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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, wh...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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 Eom...

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. — 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 a...

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. — 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. 30,1885 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 Democr...

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. — 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 t...

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. — 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 diseas...

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. — 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 o...

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. — 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. ...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 833,000,000 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 kee...

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. — 7 May 1885

MORE 1KCHIBF BY THE NIGHT PEOWLEE3 HUEIr IH G STOUES AT HOUSES, SOAR ING THE SERVANTS. And Making tlie Niglit liklecus When Will it End? Sev eral Arrests. Nocturnal outrages have become too common to excite much comment or surprise. The r I'i .is continue to naint the town red 1 iheir own pe -culiar anddubolical way. It ii the same old story the room of a servant-girl or cook entered a a late hour of the night, a pistol or razor presented, screams, . threats of killing, more screams, the master of the house aroused in time to see the ruilian run away, and prolonged screams. It is certainly a singular circum stance that r ot a single one of thesa brutes has been harmed. The States man has time and again spoken of the necessity of keeping hrearms, in order to give them a warm reception, and yet, night after night, they keep up their attacks on the serving women, with the utmost impunity. Their luck in escaping, so far, has not been the result of any lack of reckless ness. At 4 o'clock...

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. — 7 May 1885

Wm. Walsh & Co. Abb tin. Tex, M A N UF ACT IJ 1 ! E H 3 OF LIME, -AMI l.Ul'UItTKKS Or Iorlliiiifl and I oMMl.do CVmciit, I'lasliT and llair. l-'iiM CI (( Uraui Pipe, sukI all Material. Pri-k. Kire I 'lay. kinds of hilildii') (1 ' K. FISH Kit, M. D. I T JI.iiUACG, M.D Drs. Eisher & Bragg, HoMtEOPATHic Physicians and Slk;koi,h, Congress Avenue, Austin, Tex. Special attention to operative Surgery, Sur meal Diseasesof Women, and Dllliciilt Chronic Cases. Professional visits nade to neighbor iiik towns. Patients treated at a distance, and Homoeopathic medicines Kent to any address iy mail or express. TBHFLBTON EYE-WATER A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all diseast s. Never falls; and restores fiulit when not entirely destroyed. It e a 1 lie highest test'moiiials of ellica"y, and l certainty l beyond dispute. Parties ran have It si lit to tnein anywhere In the Unite Males. A. dress all coinnumicatlous to Madame E. F. Duke, No. 118 K. Hois i'Aro St , Au-tlu, Tex;,- Ute ...

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. — 14 May 1885

u ADS TIN WE MAN. Dr. C. B Stodda.d AJL1A DENTIST, AUSTIN,- - - TEXAS. Parties- living out. of the city wlir ple. ate their anointments by telegraph, or mill few days in advance. STATE S i .i 1 fflBSi vol, xin, AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14 1885a NO. 35 w W y - ( o , r WONDER OF HEALING! CT7EES CATABB2, EHETJUAT1SM, NEU RALGIA, PILES. W0T7OTS, EUEITS, HE1I- QBBHAGES, . FEMALE COMPLAINTS, kz. ifstd Jnternnlly b EdemaUy. Prices 50c, 1, $1.75. hold everywhere. POND'S EZTEACT CO., 76 6th Ave., N. Y. For Sale by Geo. B.Lucas & Co., Austin, Tex. S he majority of the ills of the human Xody aril from a derangement of tkt JLlver, affecting both the ttotnaeh and bowel. In order to effect a cure, it it necessary to remove the cause. Irregu lar and Sluggish action of the Bowels, Headache, Sick nets at the Stomach, fai n tn the Sack and Loins, etc., indicate thai the Litrer it at fault, and that nature re quires assistance to enable this organ la throw off impurities. Prickly Ash Bitters a...

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. — 14 May 1885

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. RATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION Kt-ii r Subscription to Dally t DaUpfcunQiim, if paid m advance. ...$10.00 ter month 1.00 Hum pie coplos sent free on application . Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO., Wm. P. Gaines, President and Bloater. THURSDAY. - MAX 14, 1885 Midland County ganlzed. ia soon to be cr- A. IIaller Gross has declined the Consulship to Athens, Greece. Senator Traylor is widely spoken of as the next State Corap trollor. . The Texas wool growers will hold their annual association meeting at Austin, on, the first Wednesday in June. Koch has been given a fat profes sorship in the University of Berlin an evidence that cholera makes as well as unmakes men. Long residence in Japan has de stroyed the health of Consul General Van Buren. The climate is said to be trying on those not accustomed to it, The Texa3 Capitol contractors have contracted for the delivery of 21,000 head ot cattle, to ba delivered (his season, on their lands in the Pan. handle. The boome...

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. — 14 May 1885

I I 1 TUB FOE FIENDS I' ' ii Y KT.F.P UP THEIR WICKED WOfiK- ANOTHES WOMAN OEUELLY MUEDERED, Dead of Night by Some Un- known Assassin lleut on Plunder. Anouier Deed, oi Deviltry m the Crimson Catalogue of Crime. When Dr. L; Li. Johnson, a well- known citizen of thi3 city, went to market yesterday morning about six o ciock, nis usual tiinei ne naa no idea of a terrible tragedy that had been enacted on his own premises The doctor lives in a neat cottage on the corner of San Jacinto and Cypress etreeta.in the southern part of the city, tne central railway trace being lm ' mediately in front of the house. Some forty or fifty steps in the rear stood a small cabin with one room, with an alley behind, and facing towards the residence of Dr. Johnson, from which It was separated by a high fence, with a gate between. This eabin was on the Doctor's premises, and occupied by a colored woman named Eliza Shelly, and her three small children The woman was employed by him as a cook, and bad been in...

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. — 14 May 1885

Wm. Walsh i Go Avstln, Texw, MANUFACTURERS OF LIME, AND IMPORTERS OF JPortlantl and liosedale Cement, TlasteT and Hair. Fire Hrlck, Fire Clay, GU?4 Drain Pipe, and all kinds of Building Material. 'C'.FISHEB,1.D. T. H. BRAGO, M. D Drs. Eisher & Bragg, Homoeopathic Physicians and subgkons, Congress Avenue, Austin, Tex. eteal Diseases o( Women, and DHHcidt Chronic Cases. Professional visits made to neighbor iuk towns. Patients treated at a distance, and Homoeopathic medicines sent to any address by mail or express. have homicidal tendencies are allowed to board in the families of the farmers and to mingle freely with them at all time3 and on all occasions. TEiPLETON EYE-WATER . A Positive .and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all diseases, Never falls, audrejtorps Hicutwhen not entirely destroyed, it i-a;s the highest testimonials ol elllcacy, and its certainty Is beyond dispute. Parties cnu have it sent to them anywhere in the United titates. Address all communications to Madame E. F...

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. — 14 May 1885

BUSINESS FAILUKK. . Bertram, the Wholesale Grocer, SlaWeft mi At- :Tiiueiit Th business portion of our com- Tnunitv was considerably surprised about noon, yesterday, over the report of the assignment of Ii. Uertra-n, which WiW found to be true. JMr Rprtram ia ainonrz the oldf-st mer chants of Austin, and tor many yeare did a most flourishing business, in the nmiran of which he aniassea consider able wealth. The firm of Bertram, UniPaaerhoff & Moellcr was one of the largest wholesale concerns in Aus- tin. They cm business in me uunu lnr now occupied by The Statesman TiTHT.Tsmvft Company until burnt out in the tarly part of 1883, Tvfrl Bertram ha nn of late engaged in business ou .Lavaca street, in the northern part of the city. His assignment, was as stated above, in the nature of a complete surprise, as he was thought to bo possessed of ample resources to carry on his busi ness. 16 was said, however, that he never recovered financially from the fire alluded to above. As shown by...

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. — 14 May 1885

Till: STATESMAN AUSTIN. TKXAS. 11 A ll.H OF SJUIWCKII'I'ION Rate of Subscription to Dally t Dally, per annum, if paid in advance.... $ 10.00 per month .'. 1.00 Bam pie copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO., Wm. P. Gaines, President and Mauaeer. THUKSDA.V. MAT 14. 1885 Gladstone is a poor on paper. fighter, even The war cloud is disappearing, and the speculators are unhappy. The toll bridge and the assassin are both putting in hard licks against Austin. It looks on with cold neglect, while the-blood of innocent people atones for it. There does not seem to be any wild desire to lease the school lands at six cents per acre. Nevada has a law against treating. The punishment Is a fifty-dollar fine and imprisonment. The Chicago Drovers' Journal says there is no contagious pleuropneu monia in the United States. TnE great politicians, who are at Washington building edifices, it is thought may be using mud mortar. It costs the tax-payers of Austin enormous sums of...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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