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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 April 1885

TATE SMAN. Dr. C. B Stoddard DENTIST AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. Parties living out of the city will please make their anointments by telegraph or mail afew days in advance. VOL. XIII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 16 1885. NO. 31. TIN WEEKLY AXIS i THE WONDER OF HEALING! CTOES CATARRH HHZUHATISII BALGIA PILES WOTJNES BURNS EEH- CRBHAGES FEMALE COMPLAINTS Ac Used Internally db Externally. 2Mces 50c $1 $1.75; Hold everywhere. - POND'S EXTRACT CO 76 5ti Ave. IT. 7. For Sale by Geo B. Lucas&Co. Austln.Tex. " cures" f jjAU. DISEASES CFTRF LIVER KIDNEYG STOMACH AND BOWKLS. ALL DRUGGISTS Dyspepsia General Debility Jaudloa Habitual Constipa- tion Iilrer Complaint Sick Headaohe Diseased Kid- neys Etc. Etc. It contains only the Purest Drngg among vrhloh may be enumerated P2ICXL7 ASS BATZ JUTO 8BOIS8 1USDSAU BTJGHU EE'S Stft It cleanses the. system thoroughly end as a PUBIFIER OP THE BLOOD la Unequaled 11 It Is not an Intoxicating beverage nor eoi It be used as such by reason of Its Cathartic Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 April 1885

THE STATHJ&afANc AUSTIN. TEXAS. n . a firmerp TPTfOV. ' Weekly Statesman. $1 00 per annum invria- bly in advance. All paper will be stopped when the term of Parties changing their address are requested to give the old as weu as new auuresa. Now la the time to subscribe for Tns Daivy and Weekly Statesman. The Dally being the only morning paper published at the Capitol will contain each day during me ses- sion of the legislature full proceeding of that hwi . This fact added to our Increased facili ties for giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Dally equal o any paper in the state. i-iTh nrtca of our Weekly has been re duced to one dollar per year which makes It the cheapest weekly paper giving the ..ma unnnnt of reading matter in the state. During the coming session of the legislature our Weekly will contain eacn ween. m u- denied form full proceedings of the legislature We want responsible agents in every county in the state to whom we make the followin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 April 1885

TIPS FOR TEXANS IMPORTANT LUTEEVIirWS in WHICH ALL SECTIONS AND ALL CLASSES ABE INTERESTED. Ocneral Dodjre of Railroad Fame Discusses Measures for l'opulating Texas And Gives Ills Views on Quar- antine the Land Bill and the Iron Horse With a Passing: Reference to Governor Ireland's Ex- pected Veto. Learning: that Gen. Dodge the rail road magnate with a distinguished party of friend had arrived in the city last night in their special car from the North a representative of The Statesman was dispatched to ascer- tain his and their views on some of the live questions that now agitate the public mind and are of vital in terest to the material prosperity of the btate. To this end the reporter proceeded to the Union Depot where he had no difficulty in locating tne oDiects or ins search alter news. On a side track in the iramediatejvi- cinity of the station a parlor sleeping car suggested the presence of the par- ty and thither he bent his footsteps sans ceremony and without hesita- tion. E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 April 1885

Wm. Walsh & Go. Aaatln Teiu MANUFACTURERS OF LIME AND IMPORTERS OF Portland and Kosedale Cement Plaster and Hair Fire Brick Fire Clay Gl -zed Drain Pipe and all kinds ol Building Material. C'K. FISHER H.D. T. H. BRAGG M. D Brs. Tisher & Uraffsr Hokceopathic Physicians and sukubons Congress Avenue Aust'n Tex. HDeclal attention to ooerative Hireerv. Sur gical Diseases of Womeo andiDlfUcult Chronic Case. Professional visits made to neighbor ing towns. Patients treated at a distance and Homoeopathic medicines sent to any address uy mail or express TEMPLETON EYE-WATER A Positive and Certain Cure far SORE EYES Of all diseases. Never falls and restores Sicntwnen not entirely destroyed. It bea: the hlfhe.it testimonials of efficacy and its certaiuty is beyond dispute. Parties can have It sent to them anywhere in the United blates. Audress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke No. llSE.Bois TA.ro St. Austin Texas The DR. HARLAN Medicated Baths cure a 1 chronic diseases such as Rheu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 April 1885

THE STATiiifcitfAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 10 1885. Thb Czar is no Czardine. Thb Irish people were always enig- matlaL Tm President has any amount of backbone. Hiaaiws.it appears has gone to Washington to-stay. When will the new Dallas morning daily appear? Office-seeking Democrats con- tinue to mutter discontent. The St. 'Louis sensation will throw some of the European dynamiters in the shade. And now the doctors are ' talking of the probability of General Grant's recorery. The Revised Oia Testament is iu ba issued from the English press the 1st of May. Again does the ualy spectre of cholera rise in Europe this time from Spanish shores. The Czar refuses to budge and inch Instead of that his armyjs advancing in Afghanistan. The Empress Eugenie has written a book. It treats of the recollections of her own wonderful life. The Czar ardently desires peace but his armies are marching Southward Into Afghanistan all the same. Judge Teicumuller seems to hate made a good impression on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 April 1885

A SAD SUNDAY. Two Funerals Urine Morrow to the liearts of Friends and Kindred ; The funeral of Mrs. A. Biberstein which took clace Sunday morn- ing was largely attended by a sor- rowing concourse of relatives and friends. Almost the entire Hebrew population of Austin was present to pay the last act of re v- erence and respect to one who while living commanded the esteem and af- fection of all with whom she was asso- ciated. During her residence of more than a quarter of a century in Austin Mrs. Biberstein by her noble nature and gentle ways endeared herself to many and the recollection of her goodness and numberless deed3 of kindness will not soon be obliterated from the memory of her friends. She leases a hustand.and four disconso- late daughters to mourn her depart- j lire. ' Jto sadder funeral was ever seen in Justin than that of the lamented Alf. II. ltobinson. Stricken down as he was in the tarly prime of a splendid manhood es- teemed admired and loved by hun- dreds for his tna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 April 1885

IN WEEKLY STATE Dr. C. B Stoddard DENTIST AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. Parties living out of the city will plnaso make their apolntmenU by telegraph or mall afew days in advance. VOL. XIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 23 1885. NO. 32 AU8T SMAN 1 ilfei 1 o HaursMTRACTJ 77 KWflf R OF HEALING! C7BES CATAEES EHEUMATIS1I ITETT- BiTftTi TTTT'C! rTTrtTTTTTM! TTTBVTT tTT'jf. CBBHAGES FEMALE COMPLAINTS ftc iaed internally c Jxcternally. fnces 5Uo. $1 $1.75. Sod euermoWe. POND'S E2TEACT CO. 76 5ti Ave. N. 7. For Kale by Gko. B Lucas & Co. Austin Tex cures" Ml AUDlSEASESOFTIiF. LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOYELS. ALLDRUBGiSIS fRICEl DOLLAR. Dyspepsia General DeMlity Tanadiue Habitual Constipa tion Iiiver Complaint Sick Headache Diseased Kid- neys Ete.t Etc. ' It contains only the Purest Drags among Which may be enumerated PSICXL? ASS BABZ iM SISSIES IIAHSSAKX BVCS7 tXSSl IU It cleanses the system thoroughly and as PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD Is Uneqnaled. It is not an intoxicating beverage nor eai it bo us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 April 1885

THE STATii;:uAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. RATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly Statesman. 91 x per aimuui iuvria- Lly in advance. AH papers will be stopped when the term of subscription exnires. unless otherwise ordered. . Parties changing tlieir address are requested to give tne old a wuu as new auuresa. Now Is tbe time to subscribe for The Daily and Wkkkxy Statesman. Tbe Daily being tbe only morning paper published at the Capitol will contain each day during the ses- sion of the legislature lull proceedin ;s of that body. This fact added to ottr increased facili- ties tor giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Daily equal to any paper In the stale. 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 matter in the state. During the coming session of the legislature 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 April 1885

FK031 TI1K FACUL.T ST. What the University lrofef-rs Have to May About Some liate Invents. It will be remembered that a few evenmtrs aero several students of the University were arrested for creating a disturbance at bchoiz garden mey were subsequently released by the .Recorder as there was not enough ev idence to convict tnem or tne cnarjre. - In regard to the matter the Faculty after mature deliberation and investi- gation issued an elaborate document which was spread upon the bulletin board in the hall of the building for the especial benefit of the students. The following is a condensed state- ment yet it embodies all the mate- rial points set forth: In respect of the reported disorders at Scholz Uall on the evening of April 8 by students of this institution the 1 ac- uity are . gratified to state that the disorder was not sufficient to call for the intervention of the law. But one or two of the students who are unknown are blamed for loud conversation and laughter which should ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 April 1885

Wm. Walsh d Go. Austin Texas MANUFACTURERS OF LIME AND IMPORTERS OF Portland and Kosedale Cement Plaster and Hair Fire Brick Fire Clay Gl ized Dram Pipe and all kinds of Building Material. TOWN TOPICS stray Notes Gathered Her and There by Rambling Reporters. Theeenoral delivery and carriers' s windows will be open from 8 to 12 a. order of meu (and a man who tor his i telegraphy of enabling the opening of assumed intelligence has been Belect- gome 40.CU0 new telegraph stations in eu iu Biu ixi juugwueui uu ilia ieiiow-: rauroau ana express omces tnrouffnoui O FISHER M.D. I T.H. BRAGG M. D Drs. Eisher & Bragg Homckopathic Physicians and surgeons Congress Avenue Austin Tex. Special attention to operative Surgery Sur- gical Diseasesof Women and'Dlfncult Chronic Cases Professional visits made to neighbor- ing towns. Patients treated at a distance and Homoeopathic medicines sent to any address by mall or express. m and 6:30 to 7 p m. on Sundays The spring time is here fully eman cipat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 April 1885

THE MIIB EI AID OF "THE GEEYS" A FINE ATTENDANCE AND.LIB- EEALPATEONAGE. The Beauty and Chivalry the Capital in At- tendance. of The Bazaar and Musicale last night was well attended and proved a suc- cess in every way. The programme as puDlisned was carried out with but a single exception the instrumental solo by Alias Talm who could not be present. The Quartette Club sang two splen did pieces in tneir usual line style and were roundly applauded. The vocal solo by Miss Hume was excellently rendered and greatly admired. The instrumental piece by Miss Blanche ohepherd was very finely executed. The vocal solo by Miss Simpson was sung in ner usual jrood voice of which the people of Austin are so thorough ly cognizant. . xne Dass soio Dy Mr. btacy was deep and well rendered. Miss Stella "Woeten sang exquisitely and added many admirers to her long list. The hall is nicely decorated with flags evergreens flowers and moss anu presents a reauy oeautitui ap pearance. The flower stands were pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 April 1885

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL. 23 1885. How she runs under Gibbs! Chant Is evidently improving. New Orleans is said to be the gam- bler's paradise. Tnis country would evidently benefitted by a larger cultivation be of hemp. The London Times of yesterday had some strong and convincing logic on the situation. The building of the Suakim and Berber llailway seems to have struck Osman Digma's fancy. Osman Digna is either is in a very bad way or else he is playing a deep game with the English. Russia when she casts her eagle- eye on India contemplates building up a grain monopoly for Europe and Asia. If Acting Governor Gibb3 were in office six months the collection of a common school tax might be sus- pended. Attorney-General Garland's rather primitive home at Little Rock is known as Uomminy Hill a name given by its owner. The Republican organs are saying the Michigan cataclysm was due to apathy and yet the vote in that State ' was unusually heavy. There must be Eomebody m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 April 1885

TIN WEEKLY STATE SM Dr. C. B Stodda.d. DENTIST AUSTIN - - TEX VS. Parties living out of the city will visas arte their apointments by telegraph or mall few days in advance. ..fTLlM WITH hTf VOL. XIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 30 1885. NO. 33. in em AITS iPDKirSMTRACTj THE WONDER OF HEALING! CTOES CATABSS EHZTJ1IATISM NET7- EALQIA PILES WOUOTS BTJBNS EE2J- CBBHASES FEMALE COMPLAINTS &c Vsed internally b xternally Prices 50c SI $1.75. So?J everywhere. POND'S E2TEACT CO. 76 6t& Ave! N. 7. For Sale by Geo. B. Lucas & Co. Austin Tex. CURES ALIDISEASESCFTHE LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS. ALL DRUGGISTS s rmCElDOLLAR. Dyspepsia General Deoilityt Jnnndiae Habitual Constipa- tion Iilrer Complaint Sick Headaohei Diseased Kid . neys Et. Etc. It contains only the Purest Drags among Which may be enumerated PSICZL7 ASS BASS AUD BXS3IZ3 ItAOTBAZB BUCHU EXHSA lis It cleanses the system thoroughly and as s PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD Is TJnequaled. It Is not an Intoxicating beverage nor o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 April 1885

THE STATjusivtAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. BATKS OF SUBSCKirXTON. Weekly tStaUsman. 91 00 per annum invria- uly lu advance. AU papers will be stopped when the terra o subscription expires unless otherwise ordered Parties changing their address are requested o give the old aa wen as new auuresa. Sample copies sent Iree on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. I. Gaines President and Manager. THURSDAY. - APKIL. 301885 Farms have been leartuliy waalied. ItiissiA continues to play for time. St. Louh la going to have a crema tory. England is vessels. going to building war Tub dynamite fiends still eDjoy life in London. The Colorado is an adept in getting on benders. aVill. not somebody start a beel packery at Austin ? TnE ltussian Hear is reaching out its paw te sieze Herat. Tms cemetery business should be settled without much delay. The stories of loss of life and prop erty from floods are sickening. A Crisis is evidently approaching in the XSusso-Afghan business. Anxious Democrats Pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 April 1885

A WORLD OF WATER WOBKS WEECK AND EUITT IN AND ABOUT THE CAPITAL CITY. Houses and U ridges S ept Alvay and Trains Delayed A Ruinous Itain. It was no April shower that of yes terdav. The heavy; sullen masses of black . Clouds that hung like a pall over the city all Tuesday made good their threats at last. The warm cur rents of air got in their work of con densa'ion and down came the torrents In one steady unabated stream for ten dreary hours. It must have been ten hours of intense delight to Old Jupiter I'luvius. that is to say if the old watery god has not lied the uni- verse along with all the other classic dieties that modern skepticism has forever banished. The two principal creeks within the city limits are: Waller on the east &ide and Shoal Creek on the west Doth emptying into the Colorado These are what are eenerallv termed Mwet weather" branches and in ordi nary times contain but little water. Yesterday they were rag- ing Hoods. Every ditch and gutter helped to swell the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 April 1885

Wm. Walsh Co. Austin Texas MANUFACTURERS OF LIME 15D IMPORTERS OF Portland and ltosedalo Cement "Plaster and Flair Fire Brick Fire Clay 1 7Ki Drain Pipe and all kinds ot Building aiaterlal. 0 ' B. FISUER M. D. ) T H. BBAGG M. D Drs. Eisher & Bragg lUH9t(M'XXUC PHYSICIANS AND SURGFONB Congress Avenue Austin Tex. 'Special attention to operative Surgery Sur- 'gical Diseases of Women andiDlmcidt Chronic Cases. Professional visits made to neighbor- ing towns. Patients treated at a distance and Homoeopathic medicines sent to any address by mail or express. TEMPLETONEYE-WATEfi A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all 'diseases. Never falls and retires ntwhen not entirely destroyed. It 8 1 highest testimonials of ellleacy and its rtaiuty Is beyond dispute. Parties can tiave It sent to tnem anywhere in the United (States. Au dress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke . 11 E. Hols U'Arc St. Austin Texas. The DR. HARLAN Medicated Butlis cure Rl chronic diseases such as Klieumat ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 April 1885

AFTER 8IX YBAliS. WILLIAM SMITH BROUGHT BACK TO ANSWER A OHAEGE OF MUEDEE Committed in this County iu 1879 A Fatal Feud in a Field. "William Snii'h. a joung man of about twenty-.-!- jtars i3 now on trial in the District Court. The case was opened yesterday and from a gen- tlen.an who is conversant with the fact? a Statesman reporter got the following account of the tragedy that resulted in the tilling of one man and the severe wounding of several others. The troub'e grew out of a source that has led to more Moody fights in this country than perhaps any one cause A IIORSE RACE. In February 1809 there lived as renters on the farm of Col. John 1. Ilavnra. on Gilleland Creek some ten miles east of Austin a farady named Need ham. There were old man John Netdham.his sons Uob and John and a scn-in-law named Birdwell who al so figured in the fray. On an adjoin- ing rarm lived old man Jasper Smith and his three sons Allan Jim and William the last named being then only 17 years old. It appear...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 April 1885

THE STAX.U&MAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. K.kTKS OV SUKSCUIPTIOy. ltutes of Subscription to Dally naiiv. tier annum. 11 paid In advance. ...$10.00 per month. 1.00 LBamule copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. WM P. GAINEH rresident and Manager. THURSDAY. - APKIL 30 1885. Thk toll-bridge la the incubus rest- ing upon Austin. W-t.l the Land Board continue to legislate in f a vr r of free grass V Cholera is spreading in Spain and it is said to have reappeared in l'ans. It does seem as if the Administra- tion is naming too many men of doubtful politics. Treasurer Wyman's resignation takes e ff ict May 1 when his successor Jordaa will qualify. Lord Dufferin will not stand any more of Mr. Gladstone's monkej- lng with the Indian question. A vert prominent Democrat has said very spitefully that "Mr. Cleve- land is skinning the wrong cat." Now that Oiman Uigna Is com- pletely whipped Gen. Wolseley starts for Suakirn. Graham can probably get along better without him. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 May 1885

Dr. C. B Stoddard Hi A l.'STJN. - Tl XAS. P.irtlee itvinj; out of tU city will ple-iSJ ati tl.eir hpolntim nts by telegraph or mall few days in advance. Price KtCSia VOL. XIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 7 . 1885. NO. 31. A TTCinnTAT 1 II i -v fa n JSL 'L kJ'Jl eLJL n V 1 tn s o 3 TVf K'0A'7 ." ;r HEALING! CTOES CATABE3 HIIEmiATTSY EALGIA PILES. WOUNDS BUSKS DEEHAGES FEMALE COMPLAINTS Usrd Internally fc katernnuy. J rices 50c $1 $t.7."i. SoW everywhere. POND'S EZTEACT CO. 76 5th Ave. IT. Y. y r .Sale by Geo. B. Lucas & Co. Austin.Tex '.r-.Yv. LW 114 Xia majority of the ills of the human tody arise from a derangement of the Liver affecting both the Stomach and bowels. In order to effect a cure it it necessary to remove the cause. Irregu- lar and Sluggish action of the Bowels Headache Sickness at the Stomach Pat n In the Hack and Loins etc. indicate th ai the Liver it at fault and that nature re- quire assistance to enable this organ ta throw off impurities. Prickly Ash nitterBare ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 May 1885

THE STA'umAN. AtlSTI. TKXAM. i: i m of MusscKirnoN. K:ilu of .Sul)Hcrilioii to Dully : Daily. ier annum if paid in advance $10.00 mr month I-00 Sample copKfs swit fn;e on application. Address STATKSMAJf WBIXSIIIXO CO. W.M. I'. (iAINKS President and Manager. Til URSUAY. MAY 7. 18" The spaying of heifers is going to become aa important fatun of rancli industry in Texas. The total length ol the submarine cables now in use is quoted at UH.OOO miles. The (iovernment is about to send 833000000 in gold across the conti- nent from San Francisco. To lease most of the lands the min- imum price must not be raised above what the law says it shall be. Chenoweth assumed formal charge of the first auditorship of the United States Treasury yesterday. Sin Edward Tiiohnton now Eng lish Minister at St. l'etersburg de- sires to be sent back to Washington. To make the acts of the Land JJoard constitutional it must conform its operations to what the law directs. A 1' resident must necessarily keep in har...

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