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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 March 1885

Wxn. Walsh & Co. Anatin Texas MANUFACTURERS OF LIME AND IMPOKTKRS OP Portland an liosedale Cement Plaster and Hair. Fira Brick Fire Clay Gl zed Ut-jl.ii I'ipu and all kinds ol Building Material. by them was taken up. Oa motion cf Mr. Houston of Bexar it was postponed till Saturday. House bill making telegraph and telephone companies common carriers wa3 taken uo wi;h a minority com- mittee report adverse to the bill. The report was a lopted and the bill killed. W.O:o. Lost. The section wa? adopted embracing besides the 891000 the following j icems: To Alsbury Davis Day Xich- ola Thatcher Weub and the widow of David Cole 100 each; to Cooper and ; Smith S250 each and to Field $200; tonal $924jO. The items for the state lunatic Mahona a darkey for robbing William Kubin aiso colored of gooua valued at S'dd. The granl jury will doubtless get out a small bill that will land the light-liasered Edward behind prison bars. POKEK GOOD ENOUGH. In som3 of the Texas towns notably ftA.lI.BOAD T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 March 1885

THE STATiiAN AKSTI S. TEXAS. BiTEi ok sumORieriox. weekly htatesman f l 00 per anuura invaria- olj iu advance. All paners will be stopped when the term of subscription e p res mil s otherwise ordered. Parties chanKiuK tuelr address are requested to give the old as well as new address. Nil Is the time to subscribe for Thb Daily kVD Weekly Statesman. The Dally being the only morning paper published at the . ..mnnUllWSl'.ln Uh rtov riiirinz the se- nww ' -. n tzim ... ....... u .ainisnfl U " JLlUre I"U proceeuiu 5s 01 ia M kl" lucffadded to our Increased facill- ilving the latest news from all parts of World will make our Daily equal to any paper In the state. The price of our Weekly has been re- duced to one dollar per year which mak-s it tha i-heiinpst weekly paper giving the am amount of read 1 uk ma'ter In the state. During the coming essionof the legislature our Weekly will contain each week. In a con- densed form full proceedings of the legislature w want resDonslble agents In ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 March 1885

LAND DEALERS' CEW'L AGENTS AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided Lands liought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land Office and other Slate Departments. Correspondence Solic- V XXTALtTABLS TOR EHEUMATTSM KEDEALGIA 0ATAKR2 VE0AB8EITE83 PILES BOfiB EYE 8 BOSE IXETj r tc.to. ' nerAT rorrAjiATToxs of om'g xtract oox SIMSD WITH TH FUKBST AMD MOST DSUOAT.S Tsurvum roa ladies' bouooib. POND'S EXTRACT. 50.. $100. il.75. Toilet Cream 1.00 Dentifrice 50 Lip Salve 25 Toilet Soap (3 Cakes) SO Ointment... 50 Catarrh Cure 75 Plaster 23 Inhaler (Glut 50c.) 1.00 Nasal Syringe 25 Medicated Paper.... 25 Lad tea Tend pages 13 18 21 and 28 In onx New Book which accompanies each bottle of our preparation. Sent free on application f ST" Oub Nb w Pamphiet with Hibtobt or oxr A'AKTABATIONS BBKT HHiUS OH APPUCATIDK Tfl POND'S EXTRACT CO. llWest 14th 8U Sew York....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 March 1885

iWi? THE STATESMAN. AUSTIJ. XliXAS. MENTAL. CONSTIPATION CIL. IN COUN- A3 a temporary correction o evil the City Council meeting Friday may have been relatively useful but as a plan for catching villains rapists and assassins it wa3 mere child's work. All Daoers will be stopped when the term or ; These outrages have been disgracing- Austin for soma time and until The Statesman of Friday morning ar- ' BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. weekly Btatesraan 81 00 per annum invaria bly in advance. stioscnpuou e p res uui wuiucmu' ( fames cnanging meir auui ish to give iho old as wall as new address. Now UAir. ' 1 subscribe for The raiDgtd the inefficient city government ATR8MAN. The Daily -for its lack of duty in words calcula- 'lSUCa a. Uie 1 . mlt.i! inllimQtinn Tint. mg lue bta- j in $s of that one thing was done. The city go v- .i r .Hi I t i 1 . . : . i 14n booy. This tact auaea to our inurea-icu iw-iii- eruuieuu Hi i vena guiug uu m ilo tie lor giving the latest news from all parts ot Q w takin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 March 1885

THE STATJisiYiAN. AUST1K. TEXAS. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. weUy Statesman tl 00 per annum Invaria- bly in advance. All papers will be stopped when the term of iubscription expires unless otherwise ordered. Farties changing their address re requested to give the old as well as new addres3. Now U the time to subscribe for The Daily and Weekly Statesman. Tho Dally being the only morning paper published at the Capitol will contain each day during the ses- sion ol the legislature full proceedin ;s ol that body. This fact addod to our increased facul- ties tor giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Dally equal to any paper in the state. The price of our Weekly has been re- duced to one dollar per year which makes it the cheapest weekly paper giving the same amount of reading maiter in the state. During the coming session of the legislature our Weekly will contain each week In a con- densed form full proceedings of the legislature We want responsible agents in every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 March 1885

Liislaltiie Sixtieth Day's Proceedings. Austin. March 23 1885. 8EXATE. Senator Harrison for the Commit tee on County .Boundaries reported favorably House bill dividing Tom Green into six new counties. Senator Randolph for the Commit- v tee on State Affairs reported favora- ly iiouse oiu amending me jaw in ratine: i the city of Dallas. nyier tor tne committee or ni'i.M rfinii hi l i it w iirxa rtet. " J 1. J J certain county courts questions of eminent resolution requesting the Gov ernor to communicate with the na tional officers ot the Mexican Govern ment relative to having the remains of Col. Frank Johnson removed to Texas. Adopted. House bill relating to mechanics contractors builders and material men's liens was laid before the Senate. Senator Davis moved to strike out Articles 317'Ja and 3179b. Adopted. Senator Houston of Bexar moved to strike out the provlsionn relative to contract prices In aiticle 3179. Adopted. benator jS vans moved to strike out the provision in article 317...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 March 1885

r DR. J. T. MATIIIS Oculist unci Aurist. ' (OCULIST TO STATE BLIND ASYLUM.) KEEPS ARTIFICIAL KYKS. AUSTIN Texas. CS.FI M.D. T H. BKAGG.M.D Drs. Eisher & Bragg llOMCEOPATHIC PHY8ICIANS AND 8UBOEO'S Congress Avenue. Austiu Tex. Special attention to operative Surgery Fur- Rical Ulseasesof Wonieu aud.Dlfliculi Chronic cdm irnfA4iutmvLi viit miuitfl neighbor ing towns. Patients treated at a distance 2nd llomuwDathlc medicines sent to any address by mail or express. Dr. C B Stoddard DENTIST. - AUSTIN. - - - TEXAS. rarties living out of the city will please make their apolntments by telegraph or mall slew days in advance. TEMPLETON EYE-WATER Positive and Certain Cure for RE EYES all diseases. Never falls aud restores sight when not entirely destroyed. It heais the nlgnesi testimonials oi eineacy ana us certainty Is beyond dispute. Parties can have It sent to them anywhere lu the United States. Audress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke NO. llSB.Itois a' A re St. Austin Texas. TbeD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 March 1885

IIOME FAK51 AJNL ltA-NCH. rot'LTBV. pi rhirts as earlv in the morn ing and as late in the evening &3 possible. One cock may be used in the barn- yard two j ears to good advantage. Curds and ccrn-meal mixed make a good food for ducks. Milk and whey is a g09d food for chickens young or old. In crossing chickens between a large and a small breed use hens of the large breed. Whole grain fed to fowls at night is digested; fed them by day it goes to lat Instead of eggs. Take sitting hens off the nest early in the morning and feed them apart from other chickens. A hen has seen her best laying dayb when she has completed her second year. When Bigns of sickness in your fowl-yard appear give one teaspoon- ful of blue antimony in two quarts of bran twice a week. If chicks are troubled with vermin place flowers of sulphur in a tin box with perforated top and dust a little under each wiug. If the weather is warm take the mother from the chicks when they are five or six weeks old. Wean the ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 April 1885

it r MkhMitm LANDDEALERS AT78TIK. TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land Certificates Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands liedeemed. investments Made. Prompt attention to all business In General Land office and other StatejDe- partments. Correspc i J co solicited. 't- - nTTALUABLH FOB EHEUMATKM SEtJEALGIA CATARRH ' 1 EQAR8ENE8S PILES 80M3 EYES SOBS rTj Fr ' etc. etc. " tnctu. rmrriiUTtoKs or pojtd'u sxtract oo- JUMBO WITH TUS PUBKST iKD HOST DML1CAT2 rXUTVMM J"OB LADLKg' BOUDOIR. POND'S EXTRACT 50c $100 $1.75. Toilet Cream 1.00 I Catarrh Cure 73 Dentifrice 50 Lip Salve 25 Plaster 25 Inhaler (Glass 50c) 1.00 Nasal Syringe 23 Medicated Paper.... 25 Toilet Soap Q Cakes) 50 Ointment. 50 I.adia raid pace? 13 IB 21 and M In oui Kew Book which accompanies each bottle of otu preparation. Sent free on Application. lrf OubNwPampht.bt wiTHHisToaroirofJi I'hwjlbations. Biwt FREE on applicathui x POND'S EXTRACT CO. ' llWeat Hth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 April 1885

THE STA'i AN-. AU3TI1S. TKXAi. RATES OK SCBM! PTION. weakly Btalesiuan. $1 00 per annum ia- Dly In advance. ' All papers will be stopped when tha'terni of subscription eiplres unless otherwise ordered. Parties chitnRing their address are requested give- the old as wvll as new address. Now Is the tl;ne to subscribe lor Tint Daily and Wf.kki-y statesman. The Daily helm; the only morning paper published at the Capitol Will co.itaiu each day during the ses- sion of the legislature full proeeediu ;s of tint body. This fact added to oar increased facili- ties for giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Daily equal t any paper in the state. The price of our Weekly lias been re- a...a tn mw fl..ll:ir mr vear. which inakrS uuim " " i ' It the cheapest weekly paper givlnK the tame amount of reading nia'ter in the state. nirin t.h pomlnir session of tlie legislature our Weekly will contain each week. In a con- densed form full proceedings of the legislature We want res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 April 1885

TURNED OUT THE TEXAS SENATE ALEX. SAMPSON IGNOMUTIOUSLY EXPFT-TET) or For Corrupt Practices and Joe Tryon a Clerlt of the House tikely to Share the Same Fate Both iu a Bml Bor. slow a Sleeic cheme to De- feat the ucket-shop Bill Pa ed Out. The readers of TnE Statesman will remember the accoutit eiven in vesterday'H issue of the stabbing of Tobias Mitchell a at. .Louis man by Alex. Sampson calendar clerk of the Senate. The sequel came yesterday. The revelations of yesterday however had no direct connection with the cutting affray. They merely followed close on the heels of that blocdy en- counter. It will be remembered that the cause of Sampson's anger was an ar- ticle in the Globe-Democrat (re-published yesterday) intimating that Sampson's integrity was not above suspicion. The sketch though on the surface of a burlesque nature conveyed a deeper meaning in the light of subsequent developments. Ilow true the insinuations were may be judged by the action of tha Senate yesterday; That ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 April 1885

Wm. Walsh & Co. Autia Texs 1IANUFAC TURERS OF LIME A.nD IMP0KTKR8 OF Portlaud and uosedale Cement Plaster and Hair. Fum Brick Fire Clay Ul zed Dram Pipe and all kinds ol Building Material. DR. J. T. MA miS Oculist and Aurist. (OCULIST TO STATE BLIND ASYLUM) KAJSr? ARTIFICIAL. AUBTIW Texas. Dr. C. 3 Stoddard AUSTIN - - - TEX.vy. Parti s living out of th city will please make their pniitmnts by telegraph or mall afow days lu advance. TEMPLETONBYE-WATER A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES t all di-eas-s. Never fails aud restores flight when not entirely destmytd. it -ais the highest test inonials ol elllcay and ns certainty if beyond dispute i'artlfs can have It sent to them anywhere in the United Status. A u dress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke NO. 118 E. Hois d'Aro St. Austin Texas. IheDlt. II A ULAN Medicated Baths cure al chronic diseasQs such as Uhfumat.sm Neuralgia Plood Poisoning etc. By the use of this Bath M-tdam Duke has performed cures where the best medic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 April 1885

fTHOKSDAY THE STATJiiDivlAN. GONE. BCT AUSTIN. TEXAS. - APKII- 2 1885. The shadows of the European war clond Lave very nearly passed away. The administration isllef t as a re- minder that the Legislature was here. The Chicago solicialist A. R. Par- .nno i aaiHti h a Lrother o Gen Parsons once of Texas. rr. -Vrrnii in Tnrniiia are in a t..A . Th Anamese have now risen against them defeat at Latrgson. El STahdi is now menaced by a rcaTTtr in.-.n riAtiflrerous foe than tne ft VKJ 1 - - Enirlisn. Another impostor. El Mak kihas arisen in the prophets rear aul Vhas become strong enough to occupy f El U'Beid. sent in wa5 : ot the NEVKil TO GOTTEN. The batch of nominations fey th President yesterday t-vi.rw intf-rHatin? one. One i vj cr very best ia Coleman .cf Missouri K!i rnr nf t.htt Rural World for Cow mis Bionor of Agriculture. Just- as we were beginning to hot blood in Europe was coins to bring on a big war and make contracts lively on this side the At.iiint.in. there keep coming thes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 April 1885

D.vy'a injrs. AUSTIN. March 30 1885. SENATE. Senator Bell offered' a resolution retaining the first Assistant Secretary mteenuavsto assist m muexinsr me the Journals. Senator Randolph offered a substi tute retaining Mr. Iui ! the Sec retary to perform the. work. Adop ted. House bill No. 170 to proylda pen sions ior Texas veterans passed with an amendment. Senator Kleberar mo vei to lndefli nitely postpone House bill regulating telegraph companies. Lost; ayes 10 nays u. The bill was then tabled. Iiouse bill restoring crimnal juris- diction of county courts of Concho Erath JJosquo and Tyler counties passed. Iiouse bucket-shop bill was laid be- iore the Senate. Senator Jerdone moved to amend by adding "the provisions of this act shall only apply to contracts for fu ture delivery when the contract shows tnere is to ba no actual delivery but only a settlement of differences. Lost and bill passed to third reading. The Senate refused to suspend the ruxes and place the bill on hnal passage....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 April 1885

MaddoKBros. Anderson. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN LAUD DEALERS CEN'L ACE NTS AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and .Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided Lands Uought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Iledeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land Office and other State Departments. Correspondence Sollo ed. trkaHoZtds. W W H W O t iKaffSRifTRACt r" WONDER OF HEALING! CTJRES CA7ASBK EIIEUl-IATISM NETJ- BALGTA PILES WOUHES EURN HEH- CHEHAGIS FE1IAL2 COMPLAINTS &c. Used Infernally & Externally. Prices 50q. $1 $1.75. toihl everywhere. POND'S EZTBACT CO. 76 5th Ave. N. 7. For Sale by Gr.o. B. Lucas & Co. Austin Tex . . 'l. fl li L SITTERS CURES ' AlLDISMSESOFTHt LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS. ALL DRUGGISTS rRICElDOLL!?. CVSES Dyspepsia General Debility Jaundice Habitual Constipa- tion 4 Liver Complaint Sick HeadaonefWIseaaed Kid neya( Etc. Etc. It contains only the Purest Drags among Whloh may be enumerated PB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 April 1885

THE STATnvlANc AUSTIN. TEXAS. KA.TKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly Statesman. Si 00 per annum invria- Dly In advance. All papers will be stopped when the term of Parties changing their address are requested to glvo the old as wm as new auuresj. Now Is the tl e to subscribe lor Thk Daily ajxo Weekly Btatesmax. The Dally being the only morning paper published at the Capitol will contain each day during the ses- tori ol the legislature full proceedings of that body. This fact added to our Increased facul- ties (or giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Dally equal t j any paper In the state. rThe price of our Weekly has been re- duced to one dollar per year wmcn manes It the cheapest weekly paper giving tne ' Mine amount ol reading mailer Ja the stats ?rir den&ed form full proceedings of the legislature We want responsible agents in every county In the state to whom wo make the following tberal offer: To every person who will send us 'a olub of ten eubscrlbt 9 f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 April 1885

r INDEXING THE HOUSE JOURNALS Statement of Chief Clerk Saddler. Mr. A. D. Saddler Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives in a communication to Speaker Foster claims that the journal or proceedings or March za shows that the resolution apportioning work amonjr the em ployes of the House after adjourn ment failed to pass.lancl that the Read ing Clerk Mr. Finger lnconectly stated the vote to De 43 ayes instead of 41 ayes and 29 noes a total of 70 votes and one less than the requisite number. lie also claims that Mr Finger mis-stated the ?ote on Mr Cravens' motion to table Mr. Davis' motion to reconsider the vote an the resolution. Mr. Finger he states announced to be 41 ayes and 41) noes while the actual showing by names Mr. Sad ler contends is 41 ayes and 41 noes by which under the rules the motion to table was lost ana not carried as announced. Only 70 members having voted according to Air. &aaier s show ing Mr. Finger he says made a mis take in reporting 71 voted an error w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 April 1885

7 5 'h Wm. Walsh i5 Go. Austin Texas ' MANUFACTURERS OF LIME AMD IMPORTERS OK Portland and ifosedale Cement Plaster and nair. Fire Brick Fire Clay Glazed Drain Pipe and all kinds of Building Material. DR. J. T.MATHIS Oculist and Aurist. . (OCULIST TO STATE BLIND ASYLUM) KEEPS ARTIFICIAL EYES. AusTijf - - - - - Texas. Dr. C. B Stoddard DENTIST AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. Parties living out of the city will please make their aootntments by telegraph or mail alew days la advance. TEMPLETONEYE-WATEft A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES OI all diseases. Never falls audrejtores Bight when not entirely destroyed. It beais the highest testimonials of eflicary and its certainty Is beyond dispute. 1'arties can have It sent to them anywhere In the United Utates. Audress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke No. 11 E. Hois d'Aro St. Austin Texas. The DK. HARLAN Medicated Baths cure a'l chronic diseases such as Rheumatism Neuralgia Flood Poisoning etc. By the use of this Bath Madam Duke has perf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 April 1885

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL O 1885. Colorado has two millions head of ' neat cattle. Cholera is reported to hare ap- peared In the Crimea. Suppose a free bridge issue is made In the next county canvass. "Was there ever a more beautiful or more propitious spring: season. The San Saba News announces the adjournment of the Legislature and says "Let us give thanks." Colorado has 2000000 head of neat cattle 250000 of which are west of Denver in the mountaine. Certain people are born to write and it is impossible to keep them from utteriDg on paper what they think. There is too much new fangled teaching in the schools parade and glitter Instead of solid mental im- provement. ew charter but that is about all the Iltyhas ever done under-municipal Government. It is a farce without parallel. f TnE North Texan says the Nine- teenth Legislature "will go downo its members as a body nor the people in whose name it acted." The Northwestern cattle men hav- ing stock upon Texas cattl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 April 1885

HOME FAUM AM1 KAN CI I. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. Keep a few sheep on the farm If not many. "Wool will always brinsr cash at some price and it comes off when there is little else to sell. Mut- ton always sells weD and is always good for the table. Keep sheep. Look for brains as well as feet limbs or body when buying a horBe. An animal that is sound in every member but has not a level head is never a pleasant horse and seldom a valuable one. As much variety exists among horses in regard to sense as is found in the human family. The primary object in breeding horses for your own use should be to get the kind best suited to his busi- ness and best adantfid tn th pnnntrv in which he lives; but in raising horses lor the market the first thing taken into consideration should be the class of horses that will bring the most money. A great width between and promi- nence of theeye3 indicates a teachable and tractable horse. Width between the ears indicates courage nobleness and strength of chara...

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