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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 November 1884

1 1 i XTIXE STATESMAN. AU8TIN. TEXAS. jllCRSDAY - NOVEMBKR 2T 18S4 flr: a.- a m i eparimenx iMotes. i;?'8-Trisactions in the Different f Brunches of the State Government. On account of two netrro district tiohool trustees in Harris county bav- Jing obstructed the lormation of public f schools In several populous school i communities the county judge re- lndved them irom olhce. The trustees objected to being thus removed and the county judge in order to ascertain th nrnnriptv ti t ia 'ictfn Tt-r-i f ulon.JJ. it Baker to know'if he was Went in his action. The matter was .referred to the attorney-general who 1 JndviS that. th i micro h-irl nr inikn.. Hy to make the removal nor had the t. iilerintendent of education the power J formulate any rules looking to the Ij ;moval of district school officers. The I ! jpnoxious oflicials will be made to va- .vuvwtja ksj LUfW lUU Will rAntrt ororefvlinira wpifh will h inDti K OuJ w-s AAA atAAObl ted. The governor has offered a reward I :' ft 61000...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 November 1884

r ) DR. J. T.MATHIS vtuiint nun iiuugvi (OCULIST TO STATE BLIND ASYLUM) KEMU AKTIFICIAL EYES. Austin - . - Texas. 0. K. FI ! I JI.M.U. I T. H. BUAUU M. D. Drs. Eisher & Bragg Tit H.corA'HICPHYHICIANSAXD SCBGEoX.S ti eress Aveuue Austin Tex. S. c.lnl iitcentionto operative Surgery. Hur- ukal iM. .isoI Women and lMfllcuft Clirofc l a-vs. I i-fessl6nal visits made to neiglibor- 1'iir tov.x.t. Patient treated at a tli-tauce. and HDvi:ct!Ue medicines sent to any address by iuti! 'in xpress. TIIE" - STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Till KSI'AY NOVEMBER 27. 1884. TALK WITH A STOCK MAN. 3ouio I -.m Abjutthe "NatloiwI Trail" ami the Present Status of the Cattle KaiilneDS. A r parter in making hia nocturnal ro:n last evening hnppened up on Mr. L. J. 'Wattion. ot JJurnot. one oi the tv-ii known representatives of the dtlls interest in the west. Perhaps no man m Texas is more thoroughly coriVtTi.ant with every detail of this important industry than Mr. Watson. He has bad years of experience in this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 December 1884

v f . .b ' A ' T i nn A nrnr -ji LAND DEALERS LAUD DEALERS THE A SMAN i S--7 1? ! GKrrL acents ACsri;; TEXAS. Buy B'iil .Se lj.-rxj C irtilicates Lxamirw find IVriV' t Titles. Luni ' );.t-.ui:i-ii unu V. :ded. Li-;aj J !!; hi bud ar d Svjd. J'ttU-Tiu otUined. ':' I'aid. Iriii; i .-: : to all business i i General Land oliice and other State i e 1'artme.nta. Correspondence Solicited TR.rHERVK'K ELECTRIC BELT forthe Henerittor Is made expressly forthe cure of eraiiL't'iiii-nr of tin inocreative nrKans. When- ever any debility of the generative organs oc- curs from whatcv r cause the continuous 8tre m of ELEl "1'UICITY in-rmeatinn thrnutcU the p.rts mibt reftore them to healthy artioiu There is no inistii.'ie about this instrument. Years of use have tested it and thousands of cures are testified to Weakness lroin Inois- eretion Incapacity Lack of VIor Sterility In f cl.anv tiouliluof these organs is cured. 1 not confound tiis with electric belts adver- tised to cii e nil ills from head ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 December 1884

r) Till: STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. RATES OF Sl'l CK1PTIOX. Weekly Statesman. 1 1. 00 per annum invaria- uiy iu auvauuc. All iwirs will be stoppel when the term of subscription expires unlessotlierwise ordered. Parties changing their address are requested to give tiie old as well us the new address. Address 8TA1KSMAX PCULIBHING CO. WM. P. GAINES TUUKSDAT - DECEMBER 4 1884. The papers very generally agree that the Studebaker wagcamust go.. At last there has been direct news from Gordon. His messenger has ar- rived at Merwal. It is training Harney Gibbs too se- verely tousebim as a prise to lil t Coke from his senatorial chair. Fraudulent entries o public lands during the last year amounting to over 500000 have been reported at "Washington. TnE oflicial vote of Kentucky is: Cleveland 152757; JJlaine 118.074; St. John 3106; Butler U5. Democratic majority over all 29322. Mu. Cleveland is the youngest man but one. General Grant who was ever elected to the presidency. "He is forty-eight ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 December 1884

v t L r V; X (j1 M X r s y WHICH WAS IT AU mrPEOVOKED MUEDEE OE JTJST- IFIAELE HOMICIDE? The Massey-Jackson Tragedy Testimony of Witnesses- Coroner's Verdict. Eelow i3 given the testimony of the 'principal witnesses in the rec.nt kill ing mention of which has appeared in late issues of The Statesman. It j will be seen that the case is somewhat ! a peculiar one I he evidence presents ! direct coniuct. lasting tue tesii- .ony of the neirro. Miles Smith it is a clear case o belt" defence Jiut it must be remembered that Smith and : the deceased had just been engaged ia a controversy and so his statements. may be received with a grain of al the run lowance. As will be seen by verdict of the coroner 3 jury given ti ...r.Towiii thut should be discharged. This was done 'Del Vralle settlement. The scene of but he will again be arrested as the the homicide was at a place about six jury's recommendation was no leeal ""l im Austin in Shepherd a reason for bis release. The testimony bottom betwe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 December 1884

.v. - I DIl. .7. T. MATHIS t uUst and Aurist. (Ctr.lT l HT.Vli: IXIND ASYLUM.) lil'jiM AKTIFiCIAL EVES. Al -TIN' Tpxas. C E. I'lSMfclt M.I). I T. H. KKA(iJ M. l. Dm. Eisher & Bragg K'Ul'lJ-ATHlC I'HYSICIANSAXD SUBUE0S8 (onirreas Avenue Aust'n Tex Si.rr:-.' attention to operative Hurgerv.Sur- xi I 'lis-n-esof Women and Difficult Chronic -. I'u.fess'onal visits made t neighbor- iiwni. 1'atienU treated at a distance and Iloiii i -ijatliic medicines sent lo any address by mail or express. TEXAS. BLOOD 5T CUE TEAGEDY AT BELTON ornoEfi shot asb SLAIH BY AN3THEK. Movllag of the German Meth- odist Conference of Lou- isiana and Texas A liino from Karuet An In- quest That Kntletl in a Very Comic Way. Record of the Supreme Court Yesterday Cases Ailirm- ed Slate "XVireliugs. BLOOD AT 1JELTON. Ii. puty Marshal Light Shoots and Kills a Deputy Sheriff. Sn-c.Inl TeleiT.-.in to Thu .Statesman. Belton November 28. About 5:30 this afternoon Deputy Marshal Light sl.ot and killed Deputy .sheriff b i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 December 1884

A -i H 4 LANDJfEALERS AUSTIN TfXAS. Buy and Sell L;.' ' Certificates. Examine and Pei it-ct Titles. ' Lands Examined and DivML Lands Bought and Sold Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Hfult miu'd. lDVtraPi!t- Prompt -Mm .ition to uii twaes in General L:m i .0'1;'-'- uid other K.'ate Departments. Correspondence ; Ho tted. Dlt. CIIEKVKR'S ELECTRIC BELT forthe cenrrator Isniuile expressly forth cure ol ucnuigoini'tit of tlie rocreiitive oixns. When ever any neuinry or rue generative organs oc- turs. Inini whiitPVt r causa tlie continuous Btre m of E1.E rrhlCITY xrmeatin tliroiicti me pans must restore mem to lieanny action. There 1h no mistake uhoiit thin iiiKtrunienr. Years of use have tested it and thousands of cures arc; testiiied to Weakness from Indis- cretion Incapacity Lack of Vigor Sterility inf et any troiilileof these orjrans Iscured. D.i uot eon found tlii wlih electric belts adver- tised to cure all ills from head to toe. Thiols lor til ONE siiecllle purpose. For circulars...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 December 1884

.IE - STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXA8. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly Statesman H.oo per annum Invaria- All iinw will be toppel when the term of g iWripiion expires unlessotlierwise ordered. I'atie cliaiining their address are reqm-sted to t'iv Hie old m well as the uw address. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. WM. 1. GAINES Tl'URSDAT - DECEMBER 11 1884. The national 'republican party has lieen let down easy. Ben Butleu should Cleveland's inaugural. be invited to Galveston it seems enjoys the luxury of a profligate city administra- tion. Galveston will for a deep water 87500000. press her claim appropriation of Gail Hamilton is going to write a novel of American politics. The doomed knight will be apt to catch it. A general election in Ohio costs the state about $2C3COO and the peo pie are tired of two elections in one year. They say cannibalism among civ llized men is unknown. That letJ newspaper men out. They some times chew each other up wore than thejold-time Fiji islanders. We see no re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 December 1884

'--St 1: k ft'- 11 3r ? V ' 'A. t 'si ft i ' f IJHICt' CHATS "With Cattlemen Abtut "Uncla ltuf' and the Conveullon-Tlie Wall Slreet Base a a Troth Cmalier" The Na- tional Trail During the session of Ihe cattlemen's convention. lnblv hlil in St. Louis. abaut whjiiL'hji-presa of the country j nau so much to say a reporter jor me .St. Louis Post-Diapatch iaveijfled j Ilufus Hatch or Uncle Hufus as he is fatniliaily.stylea" the well-known j "Wall street operator in' j an inter-' Vipw. Th.ir tallr wra a lirul r. M In ntnl the doings of the conventiun.and in it I llnrl ifiifnariBiivprPii hims'f of some ' verv sillv remark. A Brood deal of I what he said was not only "stull." but was really at variance with the truth. In answt-r to the question "what do you think of it ?" meaning the con- vention he answered: "1 think it has bpen child's play a mere farce. There has not been any wisdom.or even horse sense displayed in the "meeting. A bEMOCKATIC MOB from two states and one territory has com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 December 1884

1 -! J .M.P.J J. Fisher & Bragg ; LwATIitC I'l'YliK.IANSAM !Hlttil"lrt. Cnnrrv?; Avenue. Aiua'ti.T''.. - .-: a: ntior. o operative t-iirEcry Sur- - ; !ii" v.t sit Weni'-n.aud Ulftlo.il . Cl.mnie f'iifPHliw.ai vt!.it.- mvV 10 neighbor- i -x t!H. Iat'"tt lraldaf ad'Htanw. mid i mil.- i alii.- iixxittii'tfS w )' address . V UU..' it express ITJ. A. TAYLOR ' T.- it O Texas r v Core? iondnrcr .-.! it.fi. Jr. C B Stoddard TEXAS. f.irllps ftvliiz put i.f th c:tv will pleane .:.c tn.-lr a!l")intaie.'t by telegraph or mull i i;w days in advjkiiCi".- Dli. J. T. MATIIIS . 'Oculist and Am 1st. ' ..t'cHftT TO elAlH HUM) ASYLUM.; KKKfS A RTtl ICIA X. KYKS. A VSTJ" Texas. IHKMAT1:SMAN. AUSTIN TEXAN. JMt asDlV - UKCKMHEK II 1884 STATE DIIl'AUTMKNTS. r!iJr' Homo haltered -Railroad Ke- port Revi"iu from Ihe'WlilMky Traflic. OaHrtond: The John 15. Hood ' '.'anip.Confedtr.de vet':rniB a benevo- Icrx p..Jsociatioo with headquarters at AUi-.tin termed to establish a home irt tbia city for ilis:iiJ.' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 December 1884

JH V.' - iL LAi'iD DIALERS' i I '.S 1 1 ' .1 4 1 I i 1 2 S ; is p. s n er mm I 5 Guy and Sril L: n ; tificatea. Examine and ! ' ! Titles. ' fj.tr: is Kxcnii -.i.f Divided. .''cuC't iknif!-' a. -i .-- Id. ; jr'annts Obttiav ": iies Paid. :. t Lauds 1 iede-. .: i '" 'iiorupt attention to all busine s la ; ' 3&iral Land. Oiiice and other 'iate . Li-.u! mmta fxrres .adence Mcll ' ct- i. .. '-t OB. riIKlVK!i-S J' I ECTRIO BELT for the . - .-.itji l mail.- expressly for the cure of i.'i.uiui-mNtol I he rem ive organs. When- ' vr any d li t .t the ierattve organs oe- . irs irolii vh.!:. r uns the continuous Ura mof ELI ( : I tCl IX nermeatiii!? tlirouuh - inrts i:'u-l r air3 tliem to healthy action. Jk iiure lino rpKi.ke h.i.o.it tills instrument r k'i.rof tn hivH fsta it and thousands of r-s ure tiKtifici to Wi ikm-ssirom Inuls-vr-'.tni liv-apm'ty l.ack of VlRor Sterility . hi l.-ot .my troiiS'enf tue.e onrHus is cured. 1 ii-h chj.'hiimI il.m w uii electric bi-lts ailver- til to rb: a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 December 1884

- i if THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. KATES OF srsSSCKlPTIOX. Weekly Statesman i.ou per annum lnvaria- j lily lu advance. . All papers will be stopped when the tenn of subscription expires unlessotlierwise orderwl. Parties changing their ail dress are requested to kivo the old well as the new address. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. WM. P. GAINES TUlRSnAV - DECICMDEK 18. 1884. It 1a thought the Mexican pension b may be enacted before cocre;3 uujournfl. It Is estimated that fifty million pounds of bogus butter are sold in Xew York in one year. The postmaster general has Cecidr-d that the eight hour law does not cover the work of letter-carriers. The Third Plenary Council of the Catholic church closed its labors on the 10th Instant in IJ dticnore with very Impressive ceremonies. Since the development of tree cul- ture the forests of Europe have in- creased from one-sixth to one-fifth Df the entire territory. CRAiy is in Washington Ijoking after the conduct of Ochiltree. Strange as it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 December 1884

i J V. V - I t - -' A w V- 7i V r OUTRAGEOUS. Ih Manner Id Which Mr Abe William Wu Treated a Few Nlghta Since. The Statesman of Saturday gave a detailed account of the supposed iob- r"-r-bery of Mr. Abe WiMaiu3 of thi. K - ciiy who is connected with the well- known clothing (irtn of Levyson & 3 Philiipson. The alleged roblery lurns out to be a hoax. Mr. Williams has recovered the articles of whici he thought himself robbed. His watch was sent bucn to him through the mail and the overcoat was also re- tured.- In conversation with a re- porter Mr. Williams expressed hitn- ' self as feeling deeply aggrieved over the manner in which he was treated. The feeling is perfectly natural. He has good riifht to think himself wronged. The perpetrators doubtless J thought they naa pmyeu a goou jokc i -o ' ir. whs not a loke. it was an out-1 rage. It was essentially wrong TT ii 'ruel and indecent. The gentleman "'tiya he cSorit not know the names of he parties but though they may term hemselve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 December 1884

!Mi ';:'I.';jo Tex. .o p::ii.-'iU Citro'i!s i:r p. tintanoe atid .: u vi ' .i'Ii is ire. li ' .iMii-nirs sent press. it) auy address Lt'OXI)pN & CO. kM.V.- .is- . t.-TIOX. - TEXAS. brated Sleyer "i planting. dl7 3111 for next ?;in' J. T.MATHIS Oculist and Aurlst. iiix-f 10 si An: busd asylum. KKEW ARTIFICIAL EVES TXA3. C B. Stoddard A;Sri;. - - TEXAS. tlvxj; out ot tl; city mill Mease i :t'f ili.nr inio iitin-iita py tries apU or mail l- eiv o.rfa in .Ull4iie.c. STATESMAN. AUSTIA'. TEXAb. Wtf.WAV - DKCFMUUlt 1H 14 ! XT ERE TTT MEI3TIXO i Is K-'fff.rd to the Ci I fal Corner Wono- : !'ol l.i t of the Various I omiDllte. - la uur.iuance of latt adjournment. t -..! d jK:!)liS:iei :ouc there was a iuii J '. Ti-jt-tiiij oi the corner stone commit- 'vj-n at J'j'lga Fillmore's office Wed- i .i'iv&ty. -Jujfe-e r'nltiiore .being teui- i pf.j-uiiiv fcfi7'd ii tryitijj. a case of i' !;;lu9 Hon. l 1!. Lubbock was call- ' id n iue chrtir fro tempore. . K-t-s.cn t: lUn. V. C. Wil'h. of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 December 1884

PUSHING THCAVOltK. Commissioner Walsh Announces MU Executive Committee. Other CommlttMi Appointed. The following communication fully explains itselt: Austin December 19 18S4. Vit.l Lambert ex oflic-iu Secretary . .of Executive Committee etc.: Sir Jn acoordance with a rt.'f.l' ' tlon of the meeting at J nut I-ul-niore's oilice on Tuesday ltiih 1 . m I havesi l;cted the following gentleman to act as a general committee ol ar rangements In connection with the "ceremonies ot laying the corner-store of the new capitol on the stcond day of March next. You will please notiiy these gentlemen of their selejtion.and request them to meet in the hall of the bou&ij of representatives on Tuesday next 23id iust . at 11 a. m. for organ- ization of sub-committees and lor ttintai.-tion of other business. X lite p jctiully "V. C. Walsh - Supervising Chairman. Jno. W-Kohertson A. Vi. Terrell A 1. Wooldriuge S. W. French . 1. A I. L Ik 1 kj. n. -limciauu oaiii.i . ijvworuova Z. T. Fulmore Jules Jior...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 December 1884

1 3 'I3imi I.D. 4 T. H. BBAtiG M. D ' -y' . I ; yxs. Eisher & iJragg 7 JfOEOI'ATRIC PnrSlCIAJfSAJfD SlTOOEONB ' T. ; ! Congress Avenue Aust'n Tex. ' leclal attention to ooerative Hurgerv Ht:r- leal Diseasesot Women and Difllenll Chro.iic j'.sed -Fiufessional visit made to neighbor- towns Patients treated at a distance and . '.yneupsthla medicines ent to any address uail orexpress. J. CONDON CO. i GINNING- ASSOCIATION. AUSTIN C . . . . TEX AP. i2rHave for sale the celebrated Mever Coiwu Deed fur next spring planting. dl7-aut DR. J. T. MATIIIS Oculist and Aurlst. VH.VUST.TO STATU BUND ASYLUM. KEEPS ARTIFICIAL EV KS. AI'STIX TjtxJs. Dr. C B. Stoddard AUSTIN - - - Parties living out o the inty wn iienxn tuake Uielr appointments byioiegiap or mall a lew davs In advance. THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THLIUDAt. - KtCEMIIKl! 8JJ 1S84. TAKING SUA PI-:. ..Orgaalaatlon of the Citizens' Executive ' Committee. Conformably to the no'.iee heretofore published la the Statesman and in accordance ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 January 1885

u rm m a m LAND DEALERS MaddosBrss.SAndersoflJ nPTTTn ATJS N VV"X2iX2JX.JUX O .Ji IL H 7 CSK'L AGENTS AUSTIN TEXAS. P.uy apd Sell Land Certificates Kxa;. i. le aal Perfect Titles. Lruirls Ex:itiiiDe4 and Divided lifinds Bought aad a t Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands ittvlciroed. . Jovrttaien's Made. Prompt attention to all L-usiness in Geupfii! Land oilice and other State De Piir'.uu aU. Correspondence Solicited . WW :i. T)K. f'HKEVEK'S ELECTRIC HKLT forthe generator Ismaile expressly forthe cure of di nniKfiiifiit of the irucreative'org;uis. Wlien- evrrany Hebility of the generative organs 009 mti-t.t :ausc tne COIlllUUOUQ stre 111 of r.I.htlKICITY permeating throuij- the p:irt must restore them to healthy Hetion There Is no i.!ltake about this instrument i ears of u-.c lmve tested it anil thousands of cures are testified to. Weakness trout intlis- i-n-i on iuc:M.;icny iju-K 01 Igor Sterility- ln faer y.nv trouble of these organs is cured. lo not I'oiifiiiind this with el...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 January 1885

.MAN. 1:1 PTION. annum luvarui- i when the term of otherwise ordered. I dress are requested I address- .ascribe for Thi r.-r published at the llay during th"sc roceedlu ;s of tha'$. mr Increased faclli- l.vs from all part of i'.y equal to iiny has I't-cn ra- kir which ma- kper givlnc e ler in the atat '. Lthe legislature. ' week. In acon he legislature. : very coum ite following Lsond ns a Weekly or the cash. Lar and wii Hue official eiy gotten up on roller the n:nne oi every free on application. AS PUBLISHING CO. WM. I. IxA.JiKS. President and Manager fjoro JMirror wants mu . - i . t vote a monument to tha jeUran and hero Col. Idi it is told has captured lie will probably hold it ;o pickle tue jsngnsnmen Idley when he bottles them funnier. ry able and voluminous re. ie comptroller is before us. Ptesman will use it freely as i)0k. It is a sound public doc- land will do to stand by. timber on the western school here it was originally scarco is iut away very rapidly. A pri- Ler from T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 January 1885

1 jtv.nat.tm. M.n ; lea ! Sl'li-s ! aiino iyskians ani Sukokonh hnii t-i I.l..in t.i .... - .hva y.n-i.r" ... i IT P lf Worn. .. :s'id II ...... vnron'.c ring. That the president f the sen. ts appoint petit 109 Settinif IOtTO ineir gll JU'.ea. sslonal v:- ' niiuie to iiehtl.ooi" : e-nmiittee of three senators to a.l with a i) inn unrnnriMtinsr Jit.ilKi-u mil i i i v.- eat l lily . I tun C. B Stodda.d DENTIST ISTIN c - - TEXAS. ties living out of the city will please 1 their anointments by telegraph or mail j.v days in advance. IE STATESMAN. AL'STl N. TEXAS. ItU.SDAY JAMUAKY 15 1885 sai Leais lroccedinj;9. SENATE. knat"rs assenibleu cold and iiiiUiiluteu. wiiu ampin inuo ; In nha&tr'hy-Huua Outside a was "....I liBr..:ille hill IDHhie an W-Ul Wntli and animation .Visitors -ami cani- ihrooKed the louby and uiuny ladies 1 the coi0 to waren tne opening jiro '. T-Aotii iv:m lulled to order bv J.ieut. Marion Martin ureclsely as the bauds f.ui...i ur.uiMti Iji ijnri-liM!k noon. '.o.' l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 January 1885

KEPOBTED IjISCASEH . CAT'CTMi The Kentucky Herd at Austin. . The follow ing telegram was received yesterday: - Vasiiixoton January 8. Gov- ernor John lrriand: Frisbie & Lake of Cynthiana Ky. shipped by railroad l)ecn:vr27 1884 consigned to Aim- tin Tt. -.h. a number of unregistered J erst y 9. They are from a herd of Jer- sey tattle pronounm! y the chief of the bureau of Miim! industry of this department affected with contagious " pituro-pnu'inoMia. All were exposed to the uis-euse unl fearing that it will develop in hoirw of theai after arrival 1 recommend the quarantine and care- ful supervision of these animals for three months. When I learn to whom they wereshiivru 1 will inform you. "(JEO. li. t.OKINO "0 ommissioner of Agriculiure." Tho Trisbie herd of Jersey cUtl reached Austin as has aire !x-;i stated in taesa cci ... i .1... Pit. -. .ml- 11 OU Xll'-SUUy LUB ulu tuntaui' an. aiVi rt. tuning m me yara or Weed & Trench lor a day and a nijriif were morel out of the city ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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