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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

BRQ. tb . e Lwd Knob Two of the 1 bera Undiir toriout Jenten e of Death TP-ori I I heir Bsc ape. A.1 - Hrsiory of .0 Organisation in Aoooutt of the. Missour i a murder- 1 hi ta St. Loots December 29. A 8 pei oial torn uzar lo. to the PoBt-Dispatohl says: "John A ' I Wiley Matthews two of the foiir oondv tued Bald Kuobbers and W. P. Halbens 1 ;snk Johnson Wm. Bed- foid Xhos. Roouey and j(Vm. Sassen five train robbers escaped from jailihere last night. Some at present unknown person or persons from the outside cub through the brick wall of the prison uolo iked the . corridor and cells; and releed th prison" ers. Dure Walter Cadt of h Bald KoobberB and hip son William al 9 under sentenoe to hang J and a yooug ml named lluotir related so leave sua welo lound in lheir oells. made there was the people. The four Bald When the disoovery wa great exoitemeni among Knobbers i who wen sen- der it (jWlea Bd'ti hang finr the m and Will' m xde; were David Walker nn 11 iter li rDth' OhAitian county...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

U ' AND C0IR3-Y.' f FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY. A Happy Mirriage. Rev. P. Lauth. C. 8. V pastor of St. Mary's church returned from Burnet yes- terday where he united in marriage Mr 0. O'Keefe and Miss Jannie Cates daugh- of Jodge R. W. Cater. CHRISTMAS QEHM.AN At Fireman's Hall by tbe Capital German Club. Wednesday evening the Capital German olnb gave their Xmas German which was largely attended and most highly enjoyed. This club is noted for the successful en- tertainments to whioh it treats its guests and Wednesday night eclipsed ail pre- viootf ones both in point of pleasure and eleganoe. It has been looked forward to eagerly for weeks.'and now that it is past the universal wish of both entertained and entertainers is that its pleasure might be enjoyed onoe more. Tbe favors were all elegantj and chosen specially for the oc- casion there were sevtml new flgores in troduced and all this combined with a merry crowd on pleasure bent made this an unusually enjoyable affair. Christmas timea a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

a. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JANUARY 1889 i iV 1 1 ' f 1 pja !?" 5 P 5u0 Pf 100 Prl 1(10 1(10 909 j en If in stal nil wil beat 4 li .bo m mm mm. ComPreensiv8 Beport of Com- Vj. fmissioner Hall of the Land Office. .exhaustive .Review of State Land Matters with Timely and Important Suggestions. Gxnebal Land Office ) Austin Tex. September 1 1888. $ L. 8. Moss Governor Austin Tex. My Dear Sir The following tables of exhibits show the operations of this de partment for the two years beginning September 1 1880 and ending August 31 1888: Exhibit "A" shows the issue of 10584 patents covering 7580356 acres as against 1370(4 patents covering 8017729 acres for the two preceding years. At- tention is called to the item in this exhibit of 491 patents embracing 2149756 aores of oapitol lands which item is extraordi- nary and to iudicate propeily the decline work of this kind should be deducted n-)m the figures above given. IM.S natent and tiliptr fees have been and rRTt J the chief son ro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JANUARY 4 1889 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Union Market Wholesale Prices. The Union market is now prepared to ell dressed meat at the fol lowing prion: Hog 7 cents; mutton 1 cents; goats nd kids 6i)Z oente. A Thunder f torm. A thunder storm the latter part of De- cember U a novelty even in tbia latitude bat yesterday witnessed a first-class one. There were vivid flashes of lightning and angry olaps of thnnder. Case Dismissed. The ewe against Ernest Hof for theft of household gojds wan Oil ed ia Justice Calbouu's e?urt yesterday and Assistant County Attorney Hate bins disunited it for the want of evidouos. Kind Thanks. Toe Gurtnan-Amerioan Ladies' Aid so- ciety desires to return their einoere thanks to all who kindly made donations t ) them for the poor Christmas day. The cs-h donation reoeived amounted t) $o8.f0 while there ware liberal donations by mer- ohauts and others of groceries dry good and clothing. Catholic Knights. At a regular m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

lb AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN rHURSDAY JANUARY 4 1889 SrjjicoBsog TRADE jMARK' 'All! ..int. bntni- IEDYfPJ IT CONQUERS PAIN. XT CURES Rheumatism Neuralgia Backache Headache Toothache Sprain s. Bruises 4c. At DntfiiU and Dulwt. i MILLIONS Of Bottles Sold And In Every On A CURB The Chas. A. Vogeler Co. Have You Ever given FE-RU-?A fair trial! It not yon have made a Rreat mistake. It la not only jui such a Tonic as all men and woman need fn time to time bnt It Is confidently recommended for the cure of a large number of diseases I yon have not Read Sr. nartman's "Ills of Life" a most valuable lit tie pamphlet which you can get for no thine by sending to The Pe-ru-na Medicine Co. Columbus i ' 3et it at once. It will convince yon beyond . "tollable doubt ihnt 7 This . Great iredlcine has no superior as s remedy for Consumption and all Lung Troubles Neuralgli i Ileart Dieease Dyspepsia Cho'era Kidney Vie- ' ease. Diphtheria Malaria and Typhoid Fever. It has proved a grand success wherever tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

T AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JANUARY 4 1889 sySVu WEIGHT PURE 1M inixirlor exeAllaar.. proven In million. O' noms lor mora than aqnarwr or a century. 11 U Qtwd by the lioitd But. Uovxramnnt. En. dorod ty th heada of tha Uraat Ijnivsrfltiles ai th rJtronipMt Purest and moat Healthful. I'r Prlca's Cram Baking l'owdur dirna nut contalt Ammonia Lima or Alum. Ho only in cam. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. aiw tokk. (imcioo rr. writ Tlie Singers Christmas. It In blL'h lima to commune practicing Christ idh Mimic and to plan featlvala. DITHON A CO puMltn a la'i'B number nf CurlM-nas (Jiirols Anthem. BonitH (uartet Ac. Pleats aend for lists. Beautiful Cantatas for Girls and Boys. bona1 Tidings Hallor Iloy'a Christmas. By Hoaalrsl. iSicU. f j.10 i do. llalM of II thleln-ni. Clil'dron'a Volree and (jti'iret. HenJ. Cstter locta. fl.HO per dux. Jingla UmIIk. Peculiar and vary pretty. Leo. H. Lewla. l ct. f 4 .r do. Chrlatmaa Ulft. A Manta Ciaua btory. It-is iM tin rta. ! 40 per oz. CauKbt Nappln...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

.EEK. STAT VOL XYIII ' AUSTIN.TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 4 1S89.-PAGES 9 TOD 12 NO. 8 A STEN W ESMAN X1L V NEWYEAR Another Brilliant Annual Fete at the White House The Presi- dent's Reception. Magnificent Toilets of the Ladies. The Usual Array of Notables Civic and Military. Washington January 1. The White House has seldom if ever presented a more brilliant speotacle than it did to-day on the occasion of the president's New Year's reception. Special pains were taken with the deoorationa and the beau- tiful Baite of parlors where the rjoeption was held never appeared to better advan- tage. There was a profusion of flowers and plants and they were distributed with -charming effeot. The choicest flowers were placed in the bine parlor where the receiving party stood bat the most elab- . orate floral deoorationa were in j the east room where visitors spent !- a few moments in conversation after having paid their respeots. The walls i were banked with bright hned flowers and festoons...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TSXAB. Entered t the poeuitr.ce u necondxlaM mutter. Jfflre of pn0UctiuD Uett l'ecnn lnU tiext lo pouonKf. BTATIBMAN r-WBUSUINC COMPAN A P U'nnMlKllMlE. PrMldBOt K. J. 11 ill. Vlo)-hrHWrnt v ur u . ....... bHcretHTy W. K. IUmkt. General HantK RATES OF BUBSCIUPTION. BAILT. n Yew (invariably In advnc) $' JJJ Hlx month. " " J One montb One week a OHDIT DAILT. Twelve months. . Biz monh....v. ..fi . 1 uu WIIKLT. montns.... ..................... Twelve month 10.7S Ioti fr U ill parte of the United States Ctnd and Mexico. Komlt by draft on Austin P. O. money order Doatol note westered letur or xon-M. Bumi.le iople. mal free on i.pUction. back numberi can ce euppiuu. Twelve Pages. Tnc remarks of Emperor William at the Imperial reception yesterday were without speoial interest or iigniuoanoe This is contrary to what was expected. Tbi road improement leaven is work ing and the loaf will be ready for legisla- tiTO baking. Bread of that kind Is needed for the susten...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 4 1889 11 CITY AND COUMY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Sold Out. The Harrell brothers have sold ont their Driskill drag store to Mr. A. P. Atec formerly of Lampasas. Still in a Bad Way. Mr. Millhouse who was struck down by lightning Saturday morning is still in a bad fix ani it will be some time before he will be able to be oat. . Election of Officers. The following officers of Lone Star lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. were eltoted for the term ending Deoember 31 1389: V. H. Kleabe master workman; John Webourg foreman; G. W. Cravens over- seer; Norval Wilson recorder; Joseph Saheiber treasurer; D. Friedman reoeiver; T. Barns guide; F. Brower inside watch- man; 8. A. Carsen outside watchman. .New Year's Eve. A delightful entertainment was given by Miss Fannie Eopperl last ntght in honor of her friend Miss Nettie Boyd of Burnet. There was music singing and danoing till midnight just as the old year passed away; then all were invited into the - dicing room t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 January 1889

I f V I e f I: 12 EVERY MGIir I SCRVTCilED Dutil the skin wan raw. Body covered with scales like spots of mortu'. Cnrtd by 'he Cuticora Remedies. I m giiine f tell y n of the utraordinerj rbwi.e Tour CoTiruB IlKMr.iiiKS performed on m. -ut tlm 1st of April list I nntlrwl wnr red pimples like comlni! out all over my ixwy out tho V't notbinK of It until soma tlniM liter no when It ik'n to look like spots of mortar spottwi .n. .nd which came fl In lny" areomiMnlrn uh ii.-hinir. I would scratch cv-rr nlu.it until I wu riw then the next nli;ht the scales being furmed meanwhile were scratched off main. In vain did I consult all the doctors In the country hni wn'.iiml aid. After nlvlnif up all hopes of re covers I happened to fee an arivertlmiuent In the newaoa:ier about yonr I tiTH.'UHA rfaaKMes and i.nr. h. H il m from mv rttauA't. and obtained lmit Immediate relief. I bn to noll e that tie araly eruptlona gradually dropped off and dla aitoeared one by one anil have been fully cured. I b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

1 -" 1 A" V VOL XYIII AUSTIN.TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10 1S89.---PAGES 1 TO 8 N0.9 ST1K STATESMAN ADMIRAL LUCE Official Report of the Surrender of the Steamer Ilaytian Eepublic. The Haytian Government Ex- presses Itself Not Entirely Satisfied In the Matter. New Yobe January 2. A Speolal to the Mail and Express from the Ameri- oan consul at Fort an Prince dated December 31 says: "Articles in Haytian newspapers contain furious threats against Mr. Thompson minister of the Uuited States to Hayti. Many Americans have been arrested both men and women. The American consulate is filled with refugees. Hyppolite's army is inarching on this city 1'ort an rnuoej. I interviewed President Legitime to- 1 ' day and he said he would show no olemency to foreigners who in terfere in Haytian politics. Legi- time stated to me he would shoot 500 if neoessary. Excitement here is intense and the Americans at Fort au Prince ore in danger of their lives." OFFICIAL BEPOBT OF PROCEEDINGS. Washington. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AT1BTIN. TBXAU. Intend et tbe poetofllce u eecond-claae nutter. jmce of publlceuuD Vt Ml 1 UCAO iumi next poktofflce. STATESMAN PBBUSHINO COMPANY. A. P. WoOLDBIDOB K.J. 11 ILL E. W. Ptimift . W. It. UaUHT President . Vloe-rTnirtMit. Brcretuy General Hunger. RATES OF UB8CIUlTIOf DAILY. One Tear (iaverlebly to advance) lj JJJ six monuia Three month " " " OnemoBib " " " One week " M " SUNDAY DAILY. Twelre months . fjix nonths mm......mmm.mM.mmm s ou g w . 1 00 ...2 00 Qi. nth ...i0.7B Twelve mon'thi Portage tree te all parte of the United Btatee Canada end Mexico. pot lal note roKlatered letter or exprees. Barnule coulee eem iroe vu hiuuuhwik - ru be euuulUd. v Ynriofflre: 8. C. Beckwlth. Manager 48 Trifcim. liniiiiinir. L'hlcauo tfllce: 6U "The Hookery." Twelve Pages. Ybllow rxviB la a mora formidable foe aomotimea than armjea and navies. Tbe malady has broken oot on the American man-of-war Yantio off Port an Prinoe That vessel has Inconsequence left Hayti forborne. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

8 . ! AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JANUARY iO 1889 8 ABOUTSUGAR. Professor Friend's Alleged Inven- '. tion ot the Electric Method of Eefinlng. It Turns Out to be.tfte . Most Sen- sational Swindle of the Day. Ann Abbob Miob. January 6. The persons interested in the "Eleotrio Sugar refinery" "frauds at New York have been in consultation with Sawyer &. Enowlton attorneys here for sevearl dys past. The president of the oompany has been here and met Mrs. Friend the Howards and Ealsteads all of whom live at Milan this etate. Mrs. Friend's attorney's say there was no intentional fraud bat that the company expected more than was prom- ised. She Bays the company was to furnish money to equip a refinery for refining by Friend's secret process. The oompany uegea tne renning was to ne done irom the anuar cane. This she cannot do. The oontraot her husband made was to refine sugar at 80 cents per ton or to sell oat his stock and seoret for $200000 after every- thing was tunning. The oomp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

CITY AND COUNTY. VROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. i'he United States Court. Judge Maxpy yesterday wrote Clerk Hart of the United Status coort that Judge Pardee will be here to open and hold the February term of coort. SplODdid Music. At the Mansion reception New Year's afternoon Mid evening a trio of pupils from the Institute for tho Blind furnirlied excellent music which was greatly eu- Badly Scaldod. The explosion of a Btetm pipe over at the Institute for the Biind badly soalded two ol the employe". One of them is very painfully injured about the face and down the tight arm. A Scorched Hand. Mr. David Hewlett monkeying with a skyrocket Christmas nigh hud hi hand badly osed op and he now nurses it as he profoundly ruminates on the absolute dis oord provoked by touohlng a coal of fire 3 a powder-l' aded and nimble rocket. Mineral Specimens. The geological department is filling op with specimens of gold silver and iron ore from different sections of the state. There are also samples tf coal an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

1 ' vV AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10 1889 . THE PEOPLE'S FORUM. '. Articles appearing In this eoluran re written over indlTidual responsibility and are published 8 matters that mar lie of general interest and eimply to point diechisin. The Statesman 1.1 not to be regarded as indorsing anything herein be- low contained unleae favorably commented on edi- torially. I - "The Road Question." Tbatis Count January 2 1S89. To the Editor of The Statesman. In j out issue of this date is a letter from my esteemed friend Walling which inviteB some thought and perchanoe 1 some comment somewhat in way of reply ' to one or two points he makes. But first because it is so much pleasanter to agree with a man than to differ from him I will not dispute the proposition that the cot- ton crop reoently marketed has gone where the best prices invited it. Macadamized roads all over the black lands in the northeastern portion of our oounty would cot have brought a bale of cotton to Aus- tin i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN niURSDAY JANUARY 10 1889 - 1 IV- I w t ft f!' if CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILT-l Out Again. Mr. Andrew Townsend was .able to be oat yesterday and was attending to busi ness. That Road Convention. Tbe country folks should try to send a fall delegation to the road oonvention next Saturday It U somothiug in whioh thev are. or should be. deeply mteresiea Let a fu'l representation from both oountry and oity be on band. Destroying Flames. The irin house of Mr. John W. Cloud who liven nix milea southeast Of the pity was totally destroyed by fire. Abpot 1000 bushels of seed and quite a large quantity of cotton in the seed were consumed. The oriuin of the fire U unknown. There was no iusuranoe. Wedding Bells. At. St. David's church JanuBry 8 1HM9 Rev. T. B. Lee officiating Mr. Ojto Borg- stroin formerly of Ban Antonio was mar- ried to Miss Adela Palm daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Palm and niece of Consul Swants Palm. The happy oonple left on the northbound...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

;- t. : 1 atTSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10 1889 3JIMKMIhiahl r.imFa wHtuf &n use (Alls. 1 Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use 'rf.ijMii'.inmr This is the Top of the Genuine Pearl Top Lamp Chimney. AUothers similar are imitation. .This exact Label isoneachPearl Top Chimney. A dealer may say and think he has others as good BUT HEKAS NOT. Insist upon the Exact Label and Top. FOR SALT EVERYWHERE. B1AUE ONLY BY GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. Pittsburgh Pa. LIGHTNING (Segutered Trade-Mark.) HAY (iMFE WE LEAD! Would-be imitators try to follow. Shun all im.tnt.oim or so- on lied ''Untuning pattern" Knives ana accept the genuine article only which bears onr regis tared label and has our firm namo stamped' in the blade. The raanu- ; facturers of this wonderful tool I have faithfully adhered to this the moat scientific and mincnfmful pattern of Knife everdavfeed for tutting HAY or HTRAW in Mowi Kin ok or Hale and ita frreat popularity has never waned. The selection of the RKST mate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

r-. 51 l I II l.fjfgl'JjAl'q''?"''-"'''"' 'V'. J 7 7 I'' 1 8f EVERY iNIGIir I SCRATCHED Uatil the skiu wag raw. Body covered with scale like spots of mortur. Cored by the Cu'icara Remedies. I a:u e.iIii" to t!l ynn of the f xtraordiwy thmif your CuTirrn" Hkmkihks jirtrmfl cn niv A Ollt the HI OI Aril ItBI I DUIirw mimr mil iiiin:l Ilka coming out allovnr my body but tm uiithlm of l- until pom tlniH l'it-r on when It Vgio Ui look like ipoU of mortur s;ottl cm. ml which cam off In Uy-r HT'iniDanleil viih Irrt:ln7. 1 would mTut' h ev-rv n'u'lit until 1 wa raw tlmn tbo noit nlu-'it tlie m alm- tln fiiriim l mianwhil. wr scratched off again. In v.in nt I MinKnlt all tlm rioclori In the country hm wii:nt aul . Aftxr irlvln to all hopM of re covery I haiMH-ned to tee an ailvertlsanipnt In the newpa er aiKiiH your uti:uka ir.r.uir.n mm pun ha ed them from my 1riik".'l"t and obtained aim irt Immeilta'e rell-f . I bKan to nntl thai .1... aaluurnnlldiil irrJullIMllv dfODIieil off and 014' rnmu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

"" - i AUSTIN EEKLT TAT YOL XYIII AUSTIN.TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10 1S89.PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 9 W ESmAN. ) I t - r ;l Zfj A CONFESSION The Mystery of a Former Tragedy at Denison Finally Cleared Up. The Electric Fluid Creates a Sen- sation at Waco Important State Items. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Denison January 7. On the morning of February 25 188G 0. M. Kimmia en extra freight conductor on the Missouri Kansas and Texas railway returned to his room on Morton street. His room-mate Condmotor J. D. Conlisk had retired for the night but left the light burning awaiting Kimmia. When Kimmis stepped upon the porch in front of the house he notioed a man sitting on the edge of the porch with his head resting on his hand". Kimmis supposed the man was one of the boarders and passed through the ball and noticed that the door leading to his room was open. He naturally supposed that some one was id the room. He looked be- hind the door and there stood a man. The fellow sprang forward ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

r l r 4 V W AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10 1889 10 i I II i" 'A WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKIA8. Entered it the potofllc as second elms mutter. Jffic f publication Uett fecan street next to poatoffii. STATESMAN PtlBUHHINU COMPANY. A. P. WooLLBlDGK K.J.U1U. K. W. h-hKEH . W. R. Uauby President. . Vlce-Prenltiwnt. Gentral Manager. RATES OF bUBSCUIPTlON. DilLT. One Year (variably la advanw) .....110 Blxmonlln " " " Three month " " " ? On moatb " " 1 On week " " " & UMIIAT IIAUYT. Twelve month I? Blx month ...... ........ ........... oU WBBKLT. 8(x month ........... iwelve munth Poetave fr U all part ol the United States Canada and Meilco. ' Hemll by draft on Austin P. O. money order postal noli required letter or express. Hamwls copies ant fre on application. Back number can b suppUi d. New York Ofllre: B. C. Beckwlth Manager 48 Tribune building. Chicago Ofllce: 0i "The Kookery.' Twelve Pages. LEGISLATURE CONVENED. The Twenty-first legislature is in es- lon. At 12 o'...

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