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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 May 1884

f SIX-SHOOTERS ! JUST ONE WEEK'S RECORD IS THE - PROUD CAPITAL OP TEXAS. At IJio Skating Kink, on Streets, and in the Saloons. the At about eleven o'clock Friday tent a serious dlllicultv occurred at the skating rink at Milieus opera house, between Walter Swain and Howell and Frank Brown, Jr., in ,which the six-shooter, as usual, came into play. It seems that there is some rivalry between Swain and Frank lirnwn nnd unmn HttlA fpp.Hnir ha1 A already ea engendered by Swain ""Shoving Wahead of Brown and Brown V, shoving in ahead of Swain, and mat- n . ters were aimpiy urougnt to a crisis on this occasion. From all reports Frank 1 Brown attempted to strike Swain, who, being more powerful and more active, warded off the blow and was rather getting the best of Brown, T V TT 1 11 UlVnUiOUUlUCI UlUbUUlf 1IIOUC "V n,a appearance, anu, drawing a pistol, Vitruck Swain on the back of the head. Howell Brown was promptly dis Armed by friends and further difficulty avoide I. Whatever cause for gri...

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. — 1 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, list TEXAS. The farmers are now taking heart again. TnE News is certainly anything to beat Ireland for this campaign. The cold weather had its influence upon The Statesman's ilower supply- Now the sun has learned anew the rick of shining, ho goes at it in dead earnest. " Took Gordon, should he be sacrificed, what a stain it would be upon the English people. Chenoweth doesn't seem to be up setting " Old Dave " to any remarka ble extent, as yet. It wouldn't take a man more than six weeks to cipher out the rnimus of the Gazette's hatred for the two-thirds rule. If Hen Butler and Reagan were placed on one ticket, they could get a divorce on the plea of incompatibility of temper. The nomination of Dick Oglesby of Illinois, for governor, has not weakened the republicans in the sucker state. The charitable are called upon to relieve Gordon. This is a work the British government should jealously perform itself. The Post ought not to slow up on its editorial page as it...

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. — 1 May 1884

1 n - ; STATE SPECIALS. FROM DALLAS. Dallas, April 28.--Chief of Police Arnold to-day arrested E. II. AVenrich, of St. Charles, Missouri, charged with embezzling 3(00 from the Hamilton JJrown machine company, of St. Louis, with whom ho was employed. Chief Arnold located Wenrich in Didlas last week in a large machinery hou&e, ' and notified the St. Louis parties. ! Mr. J. II. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton lirown company, arrived in Dallas yesterday, identified the sus pected party, and the arrest was made to-day. The prisoner had his young wife here with him. Mr. Hamilton W for St. Louis with Wenrich to night. A jury was secured In the case of the btate vs. P. liaum, charged with cotton swindling, and the taking of testimony begun at 3:i p. m. Only one witness was put on the stand to-day, C. 1$. Sear, agent of the Pacific express comrany at Emporia Ivansai. it is thought the trial will consume all this week and perhaps two or three of them. Among the witnesses announced to ...

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. — 1 May 1884

leasant Valley Nursery. Keur AnHtln.Tex. WM. BAD AM. Proprietor. SAD CONFLICT. OAPT. L. E. EDWARDS STABBED SIX TIMES IK THE BACK AND SIDE BY T. L. WEEN. SYR UP Hamburg Wrcu Placed Under Arrest, and Edwards Resting Easily. At about 6:30 o'clock yesteidu evening, Capt. I. E. E'l wards ami Mr T. L.. Wren, both well known land agents, had a mL-uadrstaniiiiip at the rooms of the capital city club over Child'a shoe store, growing out of a previous transaction. After some hot words the two left the room. Subsequently as Mr. Wren was on the sttircase de bc cndin? from the balcony to the side walk, the matter was resumed, result ing in Mr. Edwards assaulting Mr Wren, (striking hiui twico in lh faw. The tw o men grappled, but were quickly separated by Messrs. Fred tlarlctou and 11. IT. Brumby. "When the tussle ended Capt, Edwards was found to lie ItLICKDlKQ PROFUSELY. lie was taken back into the club rooms and physicians summon!. II was then conveyed t his home 01 Uaudaloupe street where an e...

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. — 8 May 1884

r Maik.rodMer.oi!, Land Dealers &ud Gsneral Agests AUSTIN, TEX All. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. ExHtiiiu and i'erfott Titles. Lands Kxainined and Divided. Lands- lio;iht and Sdd. IVen'.s Obtained. TaxJsTaid. Jj wilts Iti-dti nieil. l.i vestments M:ule. Prompt attention to all Imsiness. (ineial Laud and other Sttt Depart inouts. Correspondence Solicited. Dr.TobiiYs CUBES Diseases of the Liver ALL ITM Various Forms SUCH AS DYSPEPSIA, UJSADAUUJS, NEURALGIA, WATER BRASH, CONSTIPATION, OB ANY IRBEGULIRITY OF THE BOWELS. THIS IS A COMBINATION of Saline and Vegetable materials, and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic, such as Mandrake and Aloes, and is far superior in its action, as it never debilitates or pro duces any unpleasant effects. It will remove all diseases incidental to a dis orde ed state of the liver, and is there fore ecommended in all Liver Com plai ts. It will act thoroughly on the live tin from two to four hours' time aud does not produce nausea ...

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. — 8 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. And still the clouds lir ger. A Mexican revolution la a quick working affair. TnE Print is on the banks sigain. Jt la a very unfortunate paper. Mu, Mitchell or the Greenville Banner retires and ia succeeded by Mr Davis. Tun Lampasas Dispatch ia very I. nod to The Statesman very good, -iiaeeu. The bright sunshine, ia good for the i rowing cotton, as well as the inter state drill. .Tt'ST now England seems to have noihfr ilvnamite scaie on. She has t hem often . ' Tirir white republican party of '.Texas is deficient in nothing so much :m in voting power. ' TnK roses are still blooming but, sdas I we have only faith upon which to baso the assertion. Mb. Hardenuuook ilnda a soft i.lace to fall upon, but Texas foots the 1 ill, and it don't matter. Will the white-haired Norton really go with the dark skinned hosts? A waiting world wait3 but to see. The statement wo publish else where as to the enormous amount of land held in this country by aliens is r,tartlin...

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. — 8 May 1884

OUR TEXAS 1(1 HE! THEIR ALABMEra MORTALITY KEAE SAN ANTONIO WOETHY OF BOME CONSIDERATION ! The Ucccnt Floods Plant a Fine Crop of German Carp Around Kyle! Galcsvillc'B "Whiskey Men Kclc gatcl Into the Background by Actual Count! And a Doctor From the Alamo City Is Punished for Indiscretion ! FROM DALLAS. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Dallas, May 2. The first through train from St. Louis, via the Iron Mountain and Texas & Paciiic rail ways, that has come through in a week, passed west to-night it had ten passenger coaches. All the Iron Mountain washouts are reported re paired. No trains have come through irom St. Louis via the Missouri l'n cific in the past two days. The biir bridge over the Verdigris river in thi Indian Territory is reported swept away. The rains to the norm and eajt the past few days are said to have been very destructive. Upwards of forty Baptist ministers left from various points in north Texas to attend the national meeting at J Jam more, wnicn assemoie...

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. — 8 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, tits TEXAS. teems : S2.C0fcr jtar; $1 lor mx nitnt! s. PUBLISHED BY S TATESM A . . PU BLIS 1 1 1 N G CO. Austin, Texas. W. P. GAIXKS, PltFSIDKNT. I J. NO. L. 11AKTO W, MANAUKll f It never rains in Texas. And still the rains descend. And still the "ads" come pouring 10. And now the pocket knife ought to go. The News now. i3 coming out rapidly Blaine is waking up the patriots in Maine. Business is very fair, for the season of the year. TnEBeltoa Journal is the dude weekly of the state. Austin will make a very creditable bhowiug at the inter-state drill. Frank IIuitD can't talk tariff to suit the Express. Few could. ' The l'ost is weak, editorially, but it doc3 do up a big telegraph service to be sure. . When Sterrttt and Cluiborne no longer fight, a great quiet steals over tbo world. Collections were good enough, yesterday, and indicate that business is prosperous; The parliament is, after all these anxious days, moving in the matter of Cordon's relief. The roar...

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. — 8 May 1884

THE MEDICOS! THEY OBGAHIZE A HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION FOB THE LONE STAB STATE. And Symbolize Their Faith in the Maxim: "Similla Sim ilibus Curantur." Pursuant to announcement, a meet ing of the representative homoeopath ists of the state was held at the hall oi me jvmgnts 01 rytmas on yester day, for the organization of a society herealter to be known as the Texas Homoeopathic Medical Association. The hall was gaily draped and f es tooned tor the occasion, and many charming and beautiful bouquets, the gift of some of Austin's fairest citi zens, shed a delicious perfume within its tastefully ornamented confines. Above the president's desk the motto of fraternity. "Slmilia Similis Simili bus" appeared in a chastely-lettered design, and had a very fine effect amid its appropriate surroundings. Amonar those present were: Mrs, Dr. A, T. Hall and Dr. S. W. Cohen, Waco: Doctors C. E. E isner, T. 11 Uragg. J. J. Gasser, E. Muisina and II. F. Fisher. Austin: Doctors M Slocum, J. C. Tu...

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. — 8 May 1884

f. s Tte Most Brilliant, Pure and Perfect LEX)? IX IHK. J tr hey Are TBAXSPAKEST AXI COE.ORl.EHH as llKht Itself and lor softness of endurance to he eye. Cannot be cxcelle.I.enabllntr the wearer to read for hours without fat line. In fart they are perfect sluht pre-M-rvers. Testimonials trom the most eminent men of the country can be elven who have had their sight Improved nyiHwkeV,PATENT EXTKNSIOV KPHING EVK GLAWS l the finest In the world, Kec- .Miinun.lui hv tliu tnxUfHl f.-uru'.tV throughout thn country. No Irritation caused by their use. Demand forthese new patent eye glasses Is dally IncreasiiiK and orders are now belnn received from all parts of the couuiry. Tncse Glasses are Ailaiiteilto Ml Con fiitiGiis of tie Eye. TESTIMONIALS! One From the CJre-at Itevlvalist, K. Ienn: Mr. A. K. HawKes. Dear Bir- I take Rreat pleasure In saying that after having worn your new, crystalled lenses and patent spring eye glasses for the past year my sight has greatly iniproveo l'ENN. One From ...

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. — 8 May 1884

i I GRADED SCHOOL WHOLE rOEE-KOON SPENT visrraro its eleven BOOMS. IN The Coming Contest, and How tho Scholars Stand lor ' the Prize. ' Yesterday morninar. through the courtesy of-Prof. J. B. Winn, super intendent fcf public schools. The Statesman was shown through the eleven rooms of the graded school building. It was, indeed, a pleasant sight to contemplate these hundreds of vounir peoDle. varvinar in aire from ; seven years up to the outside limit ; all bent upon one purpose the ac- i quirement of knowledge and each I endeavoring to out do all the balance I In its attainment. The bright, intel- I ligent faces made an impression not (soon to be forgotten. Of course, some excelled the others, as is bound to be, from the very nature ot things ; but laggards and blockheads were notice- aoly absent. k THE OOMPETATIVR RYSTF.M. J at present employed, acts as a etimu- loub vj uign amis ana nobie purposes, and beai s fruit in the form of renewed application and correspondingly in creased ...

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. — 8 May 1884

DK. CIIAKLES S. MORSE. Thi Thirty Thlr. lrs;re of Manonrjr Conferral l'mn Iliin by two Inee loni General from Wtuklngton. ""v.ilipp C. Tucker. 33 degree at Achilla H. Morn-11 33 bin.ti inspectors (reneral and active members of ths supreme cmncil of thirty-thirds xt W:fhiiigton, arrived in thn i'.y y-or(liiy ruoinin?. The nhjwtof their vi-it WdS to cooler the thirty-third drgre i inaBonry up on ('ha t S. Morse, to w hieh he wa3 -l" f M by thosuprome council in T'i- dr-irfee way cuiforreil yesterday a4ili-,t night. This is the highest inMso'un rtngree in the 'world, and is on'v i -nferred upon those whose de vv n to rmisoiiry :nd zeal in the in t '.-.m of the order recommend them fo. th MgK hono-. Mr. Morse has b t-.i- 'iiuibinfr tho Mnonic ladder" su y step tor a number of years, and uiivlnjr at last grasped its topmost romd hou!d feel irore than dout ly r' n ii tor all the tod ind trials he has eu.I .i il during the journey. Want a Position ! ! "C ! I have sent George to the Cuji-.r...

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. — 15 May 1884

Lici Dcalsrss asd general agEnts, AUSTIN, TEXAS. Ibiy and Sell Land Certificates. Kxauiino nd lVrfevt Titles, i.aiitli Kx..inined and Divilcd. IiihIh llouulit aii'l Si'M. I rents Obtained. Taxis I'.itd. It wuTs Ilt-deemed. 1 iivoFluifiiUi Made. Prompt Ht'Cfition to all bushier. Grnoral I.atid and ther !St t; Depart Kji'nw. Corresp tmlcnce Soiie.teV. Dr.Tobin's OHHA.T CUBES Diseases of the Liver ALL ITb Various Forms bUUll AS DYSl'EPSIA, -IIKADACHE, V NEURALGIA. WATER BRASn. CONSTIPATION. OK ANY 1RREGULABITT OF THE BOWELS. THIS IS A COMBINATION of balme and Vegetable materials, and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic, such as Mandrake sum Aloes, and la far superior in Its actios, as it never debilitates or pro duces any unpleasant enecta. it will remove all diseases incidental toadis orde ed state of the liver, and is there fore ecommended in all Liver Corn plai 4a. It will act thoroughly on the livf itn from two to four hours time uua. does not produce nausea or g...

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. — 15 May 1884

THE Most BmliHi, Pure sua Perfect LEMtKH 11 UK. . . ' TBRY ABB TRANSPARENT AMD COLORLESS. as light itself and for I Mtneits of endurance to the eye. Cannot he exec lli-l .enabling me trer to read for hours without, fiiUiue. In taet mej are perfect siht prem-i-vers. Testimonials f nun the mrmt miiient men of the country can D (riven who have had their sight improve" by their use. Hawk' PATKNT KXTESHION HPItINO KVK CLASS li tlinHncit In the world. Kec- omineniM by the medical faculty throughout tlie country. No Irritation caused by tlmlr use. Demand forthese new patent eye (lasses IS dally increasing and orders are now being rvceiveu irom au pans oi iuo country. These Glasses are Aiapteito All Con- Oitions of tlis Eye. . TESTIMONIALS! One From the rat Kevlvallst, W K. 1'enn: Mr. A. K. UawKes, Dear Hlr- I take ereat pleasure In saying that after having worn your new. erystallyed lenses and paU-nt spruit; eye classes for the past year my night has greatly Improved. W. E. I'ENN. One From...

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. — 15 May 1884

COWHIDE.il i . AN OUTBURST OF VTETUCrNDIG- NATION FINDS EXPRJON Df THE LASS Ami Flagan ' PowersliibIt His Many Stripes the PccaW St. Justl For more than fourteeiears has the family of Air. J. C. mburne, who lives four mues fromvn. been known in Austin. Mr. AYbwrne is a hard-working yeomanpd has raised his family with cdentious care, and in all these yean one has had aught to say aist the honor or integrity of V mem ber of it Sometime last member FLAOAN POWE made his advent in this neborhood, coming from somewhere irnncssee He settled in about hal! mile of where Washburne lived.l it was not long until reports dfatory to the character of Miss ijf Wash burne were in circulation. "A whisper 'woke the alr A mift, light tone, nU 1 Yet barbed with shame ipoe. Oh, might It perish there; No furlhirgo!" I The father began the instigation of the source of these reps, and, as a linal result, on Mondavy 5, Pow ers and a man named It Gammon were arrested on a charge SLANDER. Bond was promptly gtv...

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. — 15 May 1884

4 r . Til 13 COUltTS. SUPKEUE COURT. In this court ypstenlay a mandamus was issued ordering I Ion. W. A. Black burn, judtfts of th 17h judicial dis trict, lor ttie county of Lampasas, to - render jiidine.t iu compliance with the opinion aiiil judgment of this court, in favor .if Marei all Wells and against George V. Lit' Miuld End his sureties, on n-plevm lxnd, Hugh Lew is and O. W. liilwortb, for the sum of SM.3U0, with ten per rent, per annum interest from August 30. bl, in a case now on the docket of said court, nuni lered 473, ami entitled (Jeorge W. Lit tlelielil vs. Marshall Wells, which cause was on appeal, reversed by our said supreme court on the 5th day of June, 18&', and remanded to the said district court with directions as to its final disposition, and to that end that he set aside all orders of the said dis trict court entered up since the 6th - day of l)(;cv'iul r, 1S8., in said c;iuh v. hUh in any manner interfere, with the rendition of said judgment in ac cordan...

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. — 15 May 1884

V- 1 i THE FIRE BUGS! INCENDIARIES MAKE AN ABORTIVE ATTEMPT TO BURN A DAL LAS BUSINESS BLOCK! Hunch of Blooming Waco Girls Bravo the Breakers of the Brazos ! Mr. Willis Adams, Gentleman Assassin, Has His Trial Set for Hearing ! Kleptomania Takes a Icep Hold on tho Denizens of San Antonio ! FIRE IN DALLAS. The Festive "Fire Bus" Start a Serlou Conflagration. Special Telegram to Tbe Statesman. Dallas, May 12. About 11:30 to night incendiaries fired one of the finest brick blocks in Dallas, on Main street, between Lamar and Pogdrass in which is located tbe Exchange lixvk, three large jewelry houses, and several other line business establish ments, whilo the upper stories are occupied by law offices, real estate firms, sleeping apartments, etc. The lire department had the fire under control at midnight but at present the extent of the loss cannot be learned. It will aggregate severel thousand dollars. The heaviest loser is C. II. Clancy, manu facturer and dealer in geLtlemen's fancy goo...

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. — 15 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUT1N. TKXAii. The Statesman gjves the news. The poor soldier laJdies at Hiuston. The Dallas Iloiuld land's decadence. beiu mus Eng- The meeting of the pre a gang at Dallas was a pleasant one. The continued rains are indeed dis paraging to the farmers of Texas. The Austin schools show up linely. Next set.sion promises even better le.ulta. You can all Ugm sending forward your bull pups again. U. S. Grant, General. Eveky avenue to the beautiful city of Austin ought to be as free as the " wind that blows. It may be urged that if there Isn't much lawlessness in Mexico, neither is there much law. ..Charley Ciijson has other fish to frv. lie will not be In the race for lit utcuant governor. The rain yesterday was a damper on bu:inefls. A regular wet blanket of a day was the seventh. It isn't just out of the range of rea sonable probability that Dave Culbcr- son will be Maxey's successor. The military spirit of Texa3 has lwn revived greatly by the inter-state drill now in pr...

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. — 15 May 1884

X VAuDAUGH 1 the oajwos. or the thyis LIGHT AKTILLEBT SPIKED , WITH FTLE3I :. ', And tho Citizeiu of Austin are IndLlguaut mt Ui ' Outrago t From Sunday's dally. On Friday afternoon a detachment of the Travis light artillery, by order of Capt. A. J. Peeler, first two guns, 10 apprise me company 01 an impor tant meeting to be held that night. . Yesterday afternoen, offleers of the company were Informed by Mr. John M. iirown. an honorary member of yihe company, that the four cannons of of the the state arsenal on government land, lust west of the new capltol grounds, had been 8PIKED. by driving what are known bj rat-tall lies In them. Capt. Peeler, second lieutenant (Jeorge Calhoun and Mr. Mjran bcott, gunner, at once visited toe cannons, where the report of Mr, Urown was more than confirmed. Ihls act of vandalism will put the state to an expense of about two nunured dollars. In order to un do the work, as It will be Im possible to remove the files without cutting ut the copper sur ro...

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. — 15 May 1884

THE ART LOAN ! THE OPENING DAT OF THE WEEK'S FESTIVAL, AND WHAT WAS TO BE SEEN ! .The Concert at N ljflit Wlmt Vtir Sun;;, ami by Wh'.Mtt! Perhaps tlm Ri eiit'ist display In the ' way of art and 'woman's handiwork whii-h tisu rver tatwi plsirn in the city of Austin wan inmiu urat.l hero yiw Wd.v? in vh LhiIhii Art Lroaii la Ui JlriifRiffTholT huiMinjr. Eut-rirff t!.n Hwioun hall one is r.Mlil.Y IlKWILDEUKl). witli'ili" i.vMi'!u;-.H of artistic tiki II ihpI t; .!. .'.;.-i!..yfl on all jUt I' .i itin'H ui ;i r;fa onli-r are to b. j iro'.l all KllIlM. illl'l tll ll:5 tii.Sij'UV I n, ciilo work ia simply asloiiuaUi t op.i of the sterner sex. Then ihwr am also provided those. sub.itauUuJ romfoilH which Hifdi to all alike.' Lunch, i'-e-crwaiii, caku, etc., suplii'd tiooi jf.i tfie dny and .vtiuxiiX. A FLO WE It STAND, with a prolu.-ion of the choicest of thete Vini!',s of huaveu," ia alao . there. p.'Uiiditl over l-y a committee of l.Ulit-H, til!) llif.ltioU Of WhOSO IlaJllCH would be an ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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