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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. DEi'ABTMEJiT KOTEls. TUESDAY. Anderson county railroad subsidy bonds, to the amount of $J00, are of fered to the board of education, and will probably be accepted when the comptroller re' urns, as they are of fered on the terms heretofore accept ed by the board. The charter of the Texas Land and Cattle company, with principal otlice at Austin, and capital of $100,000. was filed yesterday with the secretary of state. The incorporators are Warren F. Putman, Exeter, X. II.; Geo. A. Wentworth. Exeter, X. II.; Benjamin S. Harding, Des Moines, Iowa; Hubert II. Smith, Boston: "V. W. SimoLd's, Dallas, Texas, and Hayes Lougee, l'e cos, Texas. Uov. Ireland has appointed John A. Gordon, Esq., at present one of the ef ficient assistants in the attorney gen eral's office, to be district attorney of the Tenth judicial district composed ot "Wise, Jack and other counties, in place of L. C. Sparknian, Esq., re signed. Mr. Gordon is a talented young attorney and will dou...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 November 1883

THE STAfESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. HOME, FARM AND RANCH. BERMUDA GRASS. A correspondent having written Vrnf. .T. 1 Stelle. of Mobile, inouir- mir whether there be three kinds of IBermuda grass, received the follow rinir answer: "The only grass correctly bearing The common name of '.Bermuda grass' as a low, creeking grass, with hard, -oodv stems, known to botanists as rf'vnfxtmi ilartvlon. There is but one -vMrirfv of it in this country, so far as iva know, but it frrows differently on different soils. On poor soil it lies in m fincn mat Hat on the srround. while on rich soil it grows with such rank ness that the creeping stems pile upon ach other loosely often to the height of fifteen r twenty inches, and hence - mav be mown tor nay, or course. iseed dealers have occasionaly adver tised some tall growing grass as Ber muda, but it is no more the real Ber muda than oats is wheat." COLIC. The symptoms of colic, one of the most fatal diseases to a horse, is readi ly detected. The horse invar...

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. — 29 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXA9. Make fence cutting a felony; and prepare a few nice places in the pen. itentiary for unlawful fenctrs. TnE record of trotting horses with a mate, has bepn lowered second. The "little bay gelding, Frank" did it at Prospect park. TnE fence owners will be in con vention In Austin during the sitting of the legislatures; and they will not let their Interests suffer. . Gov. Stoxeman. of California, has a good chance of being the next Uni ted States Senator from Chat state, if the legislature should be Democratic Mb, Stiblinq Fisher, of Hays county, has been nominated by Demo crats as candidate for the legislature to fill the place made vacant by the resignation of S. B. McBride. Cox and the vigor of the military arm' of the state government have offered the press of "the states" more solid amusement than anything that has ever turned up in Texas. The wires give U3 a talo of horror from New Hampshire. In Texas we act in hot blood, but for cold pieces of devilt...

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. — 29 November 1883

I f 8 'he STATESMAN. AUSTIN'. TEXA3. DEPARTMENT NOTES. TUESDAY. Governor 1 reLind liaa issued a procla mation orderinsr an election on ilonaay December 24, for one represent u ive for the b3rl district, composed of the counties of Duval. Burin:., Hidal- ko. Starr. Webl) ana y.pnUi. to fill the vacancy caused by th death of Hon. A. .1. Leo. ol Hidalero. The governor has pardoned liil!-y 'ole. colored, who was si'nt to the . ! -i.i- t:iiary from Wilson county Tii iardou id to restore liini to citi zer.shin. ha havin r staved out his tor in of sentence. ' Comptroller's department. The Amtiu & Northwestern rail road company yesterday paid into the treasury 13.MJ as the one-half of one Der cent. wv able to tno t-t.uo on ac count of passerfrer earnings of tliu road from July 1. 1 2, to October 31, 1883. The contra't;! 'or .s'.ippliusr tin blind asylum for tli;i :tiarter begin ning December 1, 1SS:, were awarxUid yesterday as follows : .UUn 1$. Smith, molasses, at 75 cents. 15. K. Cape...

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. — 6 December 1883

7) , rr- rw-zry- THE PRESIDENT'S 5IE.SS GE. To the Congress or the United States : At the threshold t rtolinorntlon I coiierntu late you on the f;vvor:ille aspect ol the domes tic and foreign aff;iir of this Koveninieiit. Our relations with other countries t-oiiliiiuo to be upon a rriendly footing. Vt'tli the Art'en tine Repuli'.io, Austria. Bclcmm. i'ii mark, Kr.i7.ti, Ilavtl, Italy, Nmlo Uo WiiiKo, and Sweden mid Norway no in cident has occurred ulik-li wills for upeeial comment. The P-c- it oiynhis of new .lines of telegraphic comiinni". t;..ii with Cen tral America and lirazil pernnll.d lnfr-haiic of messages of friendship utll Ihe covern ments of these countries. Dnrini! the year there have been perfected and proclaimed con sular and commercial treaties with s-ervia and consular treaty with Itou naiila, thus extend ing our Intel-course with the D.muliian coun tries, while the Eastern relations hav- lieen put uio!i a wiiler basis hj treaties with Con a and Madagascar. The new bo...

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. — 6 December 1883

e5 IHE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. It ia deaiel tiat the American Tjishops have asked the pope to send a y anclo to Washington. In the death of Judge M. II. Bon der, of Tyler, Texas lost one of its heat and purest citizens. Ex-Senatou Tabou says he will pay the expenses of the Republican convention if it be held in Denver. It ia thought these splendid glows in the wot, after sunset, is an effort of old Sol to set himself back to stand ard time. It was said Louisiana was for pro tection, and yet its delegation, with one exception, were original support ers of Carlisle. Fence cutting is now the great moral disease in Texas; this is in spite of the late declarations of the military power of the state. Disteic r Attorney Evans thinks Judge Mo. rill will not remain a great while on the bench; and it is said he feels confident he will be his successor. A fencis cutter should have no more quarter th;;n the man who ille gally appropriatt-s land. They ought all to be sent to Vusk to manufactur...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 6 December 1883

I i i I i I I" III" lllf T i H HI ll 3S4 THE STATESMAN. . AUSTIN. TliXAS. DEPAKTtfTT M)TF. WEDNESDAY. The offices of the several state de partments were closed yesterday noon as a mark of respect on account of the death of tho wife of ex -Gov. Roberts. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Comptroller Swain has returned from his trip to his old home in lied River county. Yesterday he deposit ed with the stato treasmer :i4,0U) Trinity county 0 per cent court hojse bonds, contracted for some time ago, and contracted for 05,000 per cent court house londs, for account of the permanent school fund. The bids lor furnishing supplies for the lunatic p.sjliim were opened yes terday. One item of E00 yards of car peting was withdrawn. The awards were concluded just before the closing of office hours. The comptroller's and other.slate offices will bo closed to-day cn account of it being Thanksgiving day. THE STATU CAPITOL ISOAJiDS. This board met yesterday to con sider the resignation of Air. Clark, superi...

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. — 6 December 1883

f c. 'J i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT NOTES. Gov. Ireland has conitn9sione J lion. J N. Denis as :i speiiul jiiflge to try, .- a the district court or AUtHponU iounty, cases in which Judge JJuck 1 art is disqualified. 6TATE DKFAIIT.MEN C. The charter of Champion C;iUl 'onipany of Colorado City. Mitchell ounty, capital stock Sl.utW.OU'J. was i led yesterday witn ths secretary of H if. iinMrieorporators areTiionrns Adair. John il. Ad tir, William Ad.ur, iieor:o M. i'xwy li wge V. S.ilmon j nd Henry W. Salmon. . Also charter of Curtin 1- ire Com vanyof Houston; and amended char ier of the Kspuela Catt'e Company, iacreailns its stock from SoUO.WW to :.ti(JO.0U0. . , . ' . r,f ct itp It urn refused to Jiia a charter of the bouthcrn iiulual Insurance lTotection-naa v-ompanj ,t Lavaca county, on the ground that t he companv beinsr an insurance coni- inmniv nith the renuire- :aents of the insurance law and be approved by the commissioner of in surance, which requires the compan...

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. — 6 December 1883

Beauty Soap. ri'O ken the pores open, the :1 ilanil.H ami L lubes active, and tl " furnish an outlet for Impurities in lh' i'i ; i nation mm nmi which causes Immiliatiim li'olchcs. blacUhuul and miii'ir itkin blcmWhe-. especially of in fants; to cleanse, whiten an1 heuutifv Ilc-skiti. rwinove tan, freekl'-s. stmlnii n. ami oilv T tiller; to keep the hands (soft, v. Sir - ami froo from chaps and roimli!ie-,s, prevent onta'.:ious skin and scalp diseases, and lo provide a:i exquisite skin b-aittilier ninl toilil. hath and nursery i anative redolent with delicious llowcr odors Slid Cuticura he'liu-i balsams, use tlicCiiticura Soap. Indorsed liv i.liysi. iaia. and ihcniisls as absolutely pure aril liifihly medicinal. .Sales l.obo.otio caKrs. Misery, shame and aeony often bcitieallteil us a sole U'caey to children by parent, is n K lected Scrofula. To cleanse the, bloo-l or this hereditary poison, anil thus remove the most proline cause of human Miffcriii';- to Wear the Hkin of disliuuris...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 6 December 1883

STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. liKV. Ji'KA!. Caui.v declares that lie English language is rot strong tnongh for him wh -u hi? talks about tien. Mahone. A darkey' ii Chicago has laid Prof. Sullivan on his buck The tUrkey may 1x3 invited to make his 1 mi i3 Piston. Tjik proposition to increase the ma 1 icipal .school t.ix may be carried. yr: : '" in the-public schools biM lvi n ii.atlu :v eunv.issi r in its l.ivor. ' New York Democrats appear to le in tin way of Dcni ;:ratic success, 'hey d;:n.ui I nominees, ami then they destroy them, because of their own tlis.wiis-IonH. As the work of "barbarian!1," the circuliir sent out by the Chinese gov- rnment to Ion ian w crs in regard to the complications in Tonqiiin reails -veil, ami not only presents a very trong ease against Franee, but breathes the spirit of war. Tin-; Tort Worth Gazette says: There is au ominous siloace at Aus lin about r-idu-ttioa of taxes. The j.-ovcrnor i- on record for reduction, luit ha may h ive to revise his iews. pact...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 6 December 1883

Llm m "iTTW WASHINGTON. Special to The Statesman. Washikotox. Dec. l. rublic oninion, as exDressed by loading politicians of the Union here to-night, Is that the organization of the heuse throws the weight of responsibility on the Democrats of the South and West. The vote of Carlisle, which is chiefly from those sections, and the large font,hern element in the house are developments JIi.it lead bitter high tariff Democrats and Itcpulillcani to de- Clare 111 puonc iiw:r wut-re uxi:ut-iiit-iii runs liigu that u is a reorKmuzauou oi tn conieu-vnu-v. This incendiarism will subside with the temporary high tide of feeling, but the fact remains trie same, aim it is asst;riei io-nictii that if the Southern leaders prove to be able and broad and liberal they will hold the bal ance of power and even dictate in the next presiucniuu corneal. SEW YOKK. fSpecial to The Statesman. I Nkw Tork. Dec 1. The Masonic Temple, on the corner of Twenty-third street and Sixth avenue, was partially destroyed ...

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. — 6 December 1883

The statesman. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEi'AI'TXKM' SOTEh. TUESDAY. The comptroller has an application to purchase 840,000 of lied River lounty bonds for account of the school fund, lie deposited with the 1 reasurer yesterday S52.000 of Bexar -ounty bonds which ho purchased tome time ago for trio board of educa tion. A. ju.ltrmjnt of the state asaiost Cordray, ex-lax collector of Wharton ounty. for S7'.00. was sold for S3001 Contract r McDonald reports that lie has laid oft the foundations for the Terrell asylum and is n'ady for the concrete work. There will be a meet ing of the bard to act unon his re pirt and that 'of Capt. McLu'in, the Buperirawnlciit of construction. t LAND DKPAIITMENT. There was a brief - session of the state land board yesterday. They fixed 4 o'clock p. in. as the hour at which surveyors shall close their books of reri:try on the day prior to the ten days bt-l'oro the board meets to consider applications from land purchasers. The board, by resolution, required that int...

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. — 13 December 1883

DEL'AUTJIENT XOTES. MONDAY. (Inv. Ireland has issued his procla watian taking I'residio county out of the category or "iromier touu ties" as affected by tl;-r Uw relative to carrying: weapons in such counties. The governor expressed th oianioTi that there can he i n question as to the validity of the tiibson land certifi cates, which he Hays were legally issued in accordance with the manda tory provisions of the law. 1 he real question to be determined i3 as to the legality or tne nies upon me iauu This seems to the. point into which the land lraud board is inquiring. Mr. l'atton the absent member of the board has arrived. The charter of the Model Machine comnanv of Waco, capital 820.000 was filed yesterday with the secretary of a a Messrs "Walter 12. Calton, Adal bert E. Osborne and George D. Street er are the incorporators. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. The comptroller yesterday pur chased for the school board g 10,000 of Clay county 6 per cent court house bonds as a further investmen...

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. — 13 December 1883

HIE STATESMAN. AUbTIN. TEX A3. OUR WASllIXGTO-V LETTEK. B Fecial CorreKpoLtleace to the Statesman. Washington, Nov. 6. 1883. United States senators passed al mott unnoticed for a while for the reason that they could not vote tor Douse officers. You could see Vance, of North Carolina, Vest, of Missouri, PUiTh. of Alabama, Leek, of Ken tucky, and K-.nna.of West Virginia, quietly lookii:-i about the hotel corri dors, poliu-lv accosted and accosting, and nothing snore. The public inter est wati cm. i i i i ia tho congressman for he h.;: t help uiako live officers of the If.v:.--, and through them 250 oth-r Mih-olUi.vr.1. The senator's infi.ui'i v,a; sought now and then. ;..r it was not always frivvu. il. ia a higher being than a cm s:mi;in. Custom right fully id ( s 'in above machine poll tics at Ui- .Hal. no matter liow he mav work Ui- "how." in ttie precincts at home. w ;i.;h pas .us;? somewhat unnoticed t'-.n senator eheweth the cud of the ' .lorable standing that he has in the i,: n...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 13 December 1883

I r THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Attention is ra!'rd to the notice signed by Maj. Joe II. Stewart, secre tary of the coming meeting of ex -Confederates who served in the Army of Northern Virginia. The French government, in com pliance with the advice of the com manding general of Algeria, has put a stop to the return of troops from Tunis. The entire effective force of France in Tunis i3 15,000 men, and these are officered by Frenchmen. ' It is reported from New Haven that the Winchester arms company of that city, the Union Metalic Cartridge company, of Bridgeport, and a large cartridge company in Lowell have combined, "and in future act together as a syndicate, controlling tho cart ridge manufacturing industry of the country." Within three years the exports of grain from New Zealand have doubled; and, though the area under cultivation is not yet large enough to cut any considerable figure in the world's food supply, it is worth while to notice the fact that a railroad now being bui...

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. — 13 December 1883

XIIK STATESMAN. THE FORTY-EIGHTH CO.VGKF.SS. WASHINGTO.M. AUSTIN. TEXAS. SHEKMAJI. fSDecial to The Statesman. Sherman. Dec. 5. It in stated licre tn-d.iv thatLohenstein's recent failure affected tho Fall River, Mass., mills to the extent of between fc'.io,ouo ana smoOO. thrcuzh fraudulent bills of lading. ST. LOL' IS. jSiicciiil to Tue Statcxmaul ST. Louih. Dec. . A large excur sion larlv. numberinar about 100 ladies and gentlemen, from Ohio. Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, li ft this city t,o-r.av fur Texas, where they go to ;r ir- 5-n.i.". Thev are nroininent and town in the vest in :i"tii.':i. I in- c!tiz. iia of ciths ,!ut mentioned. SIS SAHA. MM-cia! toTIe: s-taie.imuu.l San Saha, Dec. 0. A very line rain fell last r.;&!it, filling our cisterns and jt tving- :n iibuv.:au-e of water for stock. The weather is very favorable for stock, especially for sheep. The proas in l';oe. and sU-f'.c of ail kinds untor tl.i. uiritpr in liie rnndit'on There i a rise in this Colorado river ...

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. — 13 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Unmarried marriageable girls big gin to look happy. Leap year is com ing. Congress will do a wise thing l.y raising the limit on letter weight to one ounce. The shadows of the temporary cap itol rest oa an eternal mudhole, a lpgacy from the late city administra tion. Blaine offers 81.75' to every man, woman and chil l in the United States to be made president. Who will eo him 25 cent3 better. The Republicans are watching closely and doing all they can to make the Democrats drop the tariff reform issue. They would then take it up, and in 1884 retain thereby their lease on the federal government. Organs have had their day, except those that are the organs of princi ples. A paper that assumes the role of personal organ soon gathers its own winding sheet about, and lays itself away in permanent rest. TnE Examiner speaks out nobly when it says: And now let U3 all be thankful that Culberson and Wellborn voted lor Carlisle. Let us hereafter only re member that...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 13 December 1883

lilf SOAP ri-ro keen the iMia s open. Hie oil glands anil L tilths active, and tlm furnish :m outlet f.T Impurities in the perspiration am 1 l.io.l vl.ieli causes humiliating blotches, blackheads .1 ' ..i.;.. i,i..i.iU1i.. iiitH-iritlv or m- HtHii :r,i Ibotmtilv liieskln remove tan, IrecKl-s, siiubr.t u.andodv t atter; to keen the hands sotf. whit.- and free from ch-ips and rnt'glui'-w. in 'vent contagious skin and scalp dtM-av. and provide an exquisite itkln b- autiltiT and toili I. lath and nursery wiativ redolent it li deii'ious Mower odors and CuHmra he lints balsann.nse theCtiticura H.inp. Indorsed bv physlci'iis and chemists as absolutely pure and highly medicinal. Sales 1KKI-2, l.(MM,(M0 CHKCS. IHEHERU'MiEQFWQE, Misery, shame nnd agony often bequeathed as a sole 'cgacv to children liv parent-, is ng--).., !(.! S-nif'i1;u To elemise the blood of this 3i. lil.iry fi:sn-i. and thus remove tho most 1 ji'lifleraii'-eof lia:'. '.!i sulfcring, to cl.-ar the hki:i ff (I.H'l-.'iiriir....

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. — 13 December 1883

y 4 V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS "Wednesday last at the opening of the session of the Farmers' Congress of the United .States in Louisville, Ky., President Hudson, in his annual address, among other things, said: "Our farmers do not understand w hy so much time and money are used in nurturing the manufacturing inter ests, while that of agriculture is wholly neglected. We are here to excite the farmer to the interest of his own welfare. That an unjust tax is oppressing free labor and the best interests of agriculture, none can deny. The farmer only demands jus tice. We are to show the govern ment where it errs. We must have a commissioner of agriculture in the cabinet at 'Washington. No will watch our foreign relations in respect to that interest, which must ever be greatest. He will be enabled to se cure to the farmers and laborers bet ter results. There is not a farmer in all this country who understands farming as he should. How igno rant, then, must be our cabinet and national ...

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. — 13 December 1883

Q TITE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Mb. Caklisle is the tenth speaker fun ished by Kentucky. Tue corn crop of in estimated to I e 40.000.0CO bushels short o the yieM of 1&82. This is a small amount ' in ctmparison. however, I cing less than 3 per cent of the 1,577,000.000 liUr-htl.s which was the figure for that yea -. Tit ri-tii . ii! CloiiK-Deinocntt the South, bt-fsui!--..: of Mr. Carlisle's -flee tint, ia turned over to the dem- nition bow-uf-Wi. It is not worth living in. an-,', vi t Xorth -rn men and W .ihrrn .iii iiiii find the moat allur ing (ii l.'s ...r iiniuytry :uul investment - o - her? . Tii k 1'uksioi:.nt. in hu mc-ssiiRe to Ck.isr. . h;ivi;v alludt-d to the fact, thai, "the i r.titt -iX .Stutt-ti are now par ticipati'tir ' ;i revision of the tariff of . theOttoi.. . .-i.:iiir:" iL i suggested as remura'-L-; :.tt it i.s atso nut asked n ravim 'ti. - riiinoiii t .ri'.f of these U aited S ; ' The Y hereafter r line of ' railway the Iloii-i-oned.i.v i.i-.ly Statesman wi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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