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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 May 1885

IN WEEKLY Dr. C. B Stodda.ri DENTIST. AUSTIN, - - - - TEXAS. Parties living outof the city will plaasc make their apoiutnitnts by telegraph or mtu a few days iu advance. VOL. XIII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1885. :no. 36 AUST STATE SM AN ! Price 20 Ceois. ' r! II- JV7 1 St 5 2 o I rf JWWflffl OF HEALING! CUBES CATASRH, EHEUHATISM, UEU EALGIA. PILES. V7CU1TES. BUSKS. HEM- obehages, female complaints, &c. ised Internally t Externnlly. J'rices 50c, $1. $1.75. fvild evmjiehrre. POND'S EZTEACT CO., 76 5ti Ave., N. 7. For oalc by Geo. B. Lucas & Co., Austin, Tex. T7i majority of the ills of the humvn body arise from a derangement of tht Liver, affording both the sicnnch and boteels. it order to effect a ettre, it it necessary to remove the cauee. Irregu lar and Sluggish action of the Batoetr, Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, 1'ai n in the Back and Loins, etc., i indicate thai the IAver is at fault, and tlict nature re quires assistance to enable this organ ta throw off im...

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. — 21 May 1885

THE STA'iJii&iuAN, AUSTIN. TEXAS. f3RATKS OK SUKSCKIPriOJT I lit ten of Subscription to Daily I n .iiw nor annum. If paid in advance.. ..$10.00 Tor month 1.00 Sample copies sent free on application. Addreu STATESMAN PUBLISH lNCO. Wm. P. Oainiw, President and Manager. THURSDAY. MAY. 21, 1885 13 the governor attacked wiiha mania for pardoning the coldest blood ed murderers? The fitness of Mr. Phelps' appoint- mpnt to the Court of St. James will now become apparent. Senator Hill has been loosing a vast deal of money staking daily newpapers in Colorado. The County Court is bent on run ning thines its own way in spite of any and all popular desire. Col. W. G. Mosely, of Brazoria, a gallant soldier of three wars, has bi vouaced on the everlasting camping grounds. The San Antonio and Aransas Pass Kail way is assuming realistic features What about the Austin and South eastern? Flokesville is to have the Aran sas Pass railway. Twenty miles of t.h marl-had has been placed under contract. ...

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. — 21 May 1885

1 GIRL THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AT THE OPERA HOUSE LAST NIGHT. A Wortnv Representation of the Public Schools of Austin. As Btated in yesterday's paper a large attendance was expected to view the graduating exercises of the High School pupils. This expectation was more than filled, for seldom has the auditorium been so crowded as it was last night. Scores of people had to go away, and there was not even stand ing room in the galleries or below. This large and intelligent assemblage was not only a high compliment to the youthtul company of students, but was evidently a recognition of the high importance of education in the abstract, and of the merit and good services of the Austin schools in par ticular. The exercises were opened with prayer bv llev. Dr. Goodwyn, after which, Mr. A. P. Wooldridge, president of the board of trustees, in a few introductory remarks showed how the school system of Austin had, from Its inception, steadily improved. In 1881, the year the public schools were...

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. — 21 May 1885

Wm. Walsh& Go A dm tin. Texas, MANUFACTURERS OF LIME, AND IMPORTERS OF - Portland and Jtosedale Cement, master and Hair, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gin zed Ltraia Pipe, and all kinds of building Material. 0 B. F13IIER, If. D. T. H. BRAGG, M. D Drs. Eishr & JJratjg, HOMtXOPATHIC PHTSICIAJfSAlfD 8UKI1KON8, Congress Avenue, Aust'n, Tex. Special attention to operative HMrirery.Nur- inc&l Diseases of Women, and DifUculi 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. TEMPLETON EYE-WATEft Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all diseases. Never fails, and restores Biehtwhen not entirely destroyed, it . ais the highest testimonials of efficacy, and ils certainty Is beyond dispute. Parties can have It sent to them anywhere in the United btates. Address all communications to Madame E. F. Duke, No. 11 E. Hols d'Are St., An-tin, Texas. The DR. HARLAN Mrdicatcd Baths c...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 May 1885

v: ggg V -rf wrier farSTi-apl ih uainena id Aboat the Ca;ltol. The Treasury receipts yesterday amounted to 835,000, the most part belonging to the general revenue. Report fays 1 hat the Sam Houston Normal School la to be reorganized on n new footing, by the opening of the next scholastic year. The concert to be glyen at the clos ing exercises of the Blind Asylum on the 5:h of J une, promises to be of un usual interest. During the present year over 100 pupils have been en rolled. The school will reopen in beptember Dr. Denton. Superintendent of the insane Asvlura. has txen commia- sioned a delegate, by Governor Ire land, to attend the National Confer- ; ence on Charities and Corrections. i The pardon of Charles War- j ren. by the Governor resterdv brings to light an old tragedy and goea to show the varying fortunes that occur in a brief lifetime. Warren killed a man in McLennan County In 18U1. He was sentenced to be hung, but made his escape. Going East he joined a Tennessee company,...

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. — 21 May 1885

THE STAiiuAN 1 AUSTIN. TEXAS. B23RATKM F-SMJIlSCKIPriON ' ltate of Subscription to Ially t nU v. dm annum.il patd in advance.... $10.00 - rmr months 100 ,' Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO.. Wst. I'. Gainks, I "... ' rresideut and M inaeer. THURSDAY. MAY. 21, 188s ' The President tells .Sunset Cox to take au. the time he' wants to look after his book, before starting to Con stantinople. - Ex-Governor Tn uockmorton s physician thinks now that he may rp.nver- hia health : so savJ the Den ton Mirror. . TnE Dolphin has again failed to stand a trial trip, and old man Roach begins to regard her ' in a contract sense as a whale. After a long contest one of longrat on record Logan was terday. declared re-ekcted to Uuited States Senate. the . It is the unanimous verdict, that Travis county has the worst roads in the State; and they have driven a vas 4eal of trade from this community. In bad weather the wear and tear of a trio over bad roads and toll bri...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 May 1885

Dr. C. B? Stoddatd TE nn DENTIST. AUSTIN, - TEXAS. rartles living out of the city will plaaM make their apointments by telegraph or tasA a tow days In advance. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 28. 1885. VOL. XIII. NO. 37. WEEKLY AXIS IN STA SMAN. 1 fell I I IIIRKIpl..fPJr. P THE WONDER OF HEALING! CT72ES CATAFJJH, RHEUIIATBSI, EALGIA, PILES, WOUiTES, BTJESTS, HEM OESHAGZS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, &c. Used IntermtHy fc Externally, l'rices 50c, $1, $1.75. &Ad everyvhcre. ' POND'S E2T2ACT CO., 75 Gfh Ave., IT. 7. For i a'o by Geo. F. Lucas & Co , Aust:n, To . Tin majority of the ills of the human Xoif arise front a derangement of tht Silver, effecting both the stomach and towels. Zn order to effect a cvrr, it It necessary to remove the cause. Irregv lar and Sluggish action of the Boviels, Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Fat it in the Bach and Loins, etc., indicate thai tht Liver is at fault, and that natvrore quires assistance to enable this organ to ihrov off impurities. JPriclc...

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. — 28 May 1885

mm THE STATiviAN, AUSTIN. TEXAS. RATKS OK BUHSCIUrTlOM ; Rates or Subscription to Dally ii Daily, per annum, if paid in advance $10.00 per mouth - 1.00 Sample copies sent freo on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO., , Wm. P. Gaiuks, President and Manager. IHIIKHDaT. MAY. 2K, 1885 President Zaxvidak, of San Sal vador, has resigned . President Diaz, of Mexico, has been sick with typhus lever. Gen. Wolsklky has escaped hy the skin of hid teeth from Egypt. The New Orleans Exposition will, heyoad hardly a possible doubt, be re opened. Bob Inuersoll is at least in a fix. Hell has been entirely expunged from the Jiible. Col. Ciias. S. Denijy, of Evans ville, Lnd.,it is announced, will receive the mission to China. s " President Cleveland Is deter-rnineo-tQ force illegal settler fr0m the Indian re8fc:vations. Whether it i3peace or war, some body is making immense fortunes out of ductuatious in consols. The question of who attends to the prosecution of pardons, and receives fees th...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 May 1885

Offi- too )t go rtak. hone General fave in iundred pared the iew stores fusing to has been guberna For the je may fnited recent- jng.is of Ken j-f"tl humor to It is said he has kicken from all pe- fnt. surance compa re fight against teford, and will Ion his death. P.00O. lance apostle hime in the m the Ite- Lthe use of Capital of re, la le tAslygamy. ,J indulged in Riders and abet-L' trial on toe cnarge sr. iney au qugnc to rtake the sare leap from jridge as the Door dead fool )HN, like John Sherman, offers to tne ooutn. uom proDamy St. John, as ?h. 1 THESEASOV It never raina but it pours may be aptly applied to the present Bpring season. Seldom. If ever, has there been another j ust like it, and the' effect is problematical. There has been hard lv enough sunshine this spring to thoroughly warm the earth, and the effect has been that vegetation has grown here as in more northern lati tudes, where the soil requires a long period of sunshine to warm it. The effect on growing corn has ...

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. — 28 May 1885

LOOKS LIKE AUSTIN WILL HAVE THE CELEBRATION. BIG Last Night's Meeting at tho Temporary Capitol "What "Was Done. An adjourned meeting was held Uftnriwmtative Hall last night. in to further the enterprise of a Semi-centennial Celebration of Texan Inde pendence. lVof. Wm. Besserer.of the Commit, tee on Charter, submitted a report, of which the following is a synopsis: Tin association shall be known as the Texas Semi-Centennial Celebra- j tion Association, with domicilat Aus. j tin ; its object is to celebrate tne an versary of Texan Independence, at isnn, Marcn za, isD. ice capital r.'d-i ha stfomn KM shares at $2i) eaOor. B,B?ip.riare a President, v ice-1 ream cut, ocureiai j -.'Lxjjasn rer and others that may be electtu -u reside in Austin. The charter is to remain in force ten years ; This charter was adopted and the following iioard of Directors elected : J.T. Bracken ridee, W. C. "Walsh, jt; D. Mather, O; M. Roberts, Walter Tips, C. E. Anderson, Jas. Nalle. Mr. Nalle moved the app...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 May 1885

KM BUTOHEHY. ANOTHEE GOLOBED WOMATT TEE BLBLT STABBED BY AN UNKNOWN riEND. EXPJjALNIN (3c things. ! Tlorcsby got back from San Antonio. I lie had a nrisoner a! oner with him I i who bore a strikiDjr resemblance to How a rararraph Headed "Was it a "Who Makes His Escape From the Scene ot the Crime When Will it End? Last night the fiends were on their rounds. In the early part of the night one of them visited the house of a white lady on Water stieet, and came Yery near forcing hia way into her room. Her screams for help brought aid quickly and the ruffian iled. Another was fired on by policeman Conners just after the scoundrel had rocked a house in the 8th ward, which he had made an unsuccessful attempt to enter. JJut the night s outrages were not over. Not long alter midnight the rom of a colored woman earned Irene Cross, living in the yard of Mr 8. Whittman, Was entered by one of the devils, who attempted to "take her life. The house in Which she lived had twd apartments; in One of ...

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. — 28 May 1885

Wm.Walsh Go Austin, Texan, MANUFACTURERS OF LIME, ASD IMPOBTERS OF Portland and Kosedale Cement, Plaster and Hair. Fire Brick, Fire Clay, .Cil tzed Drain 1'ipc, and all kinds of Building Material. Ca.FISnEK,M.D. 1 T. II. BIIAGG, M. D Drs. Tishr& Bragg, Homeopathic I'hysiciansand Sukgk ns, Congress Avenue, Aust'n, Tex. Hneclal attention to operative fi'inrery. Sur onc.U LHseasesof Women, audSDlMcult Chronic Cases, rrofessionul visiis moileto neighbor ing towns. Patients treated at distant e, and Homoeopathic medicines seat to any address by mall or express. TMPLTOH EYE-WnTEu A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES OI all diseases. Never Tills, and restores uthtwhen not entirely de-trnved. It l a s tno highest test'monlals o efficacy, and i(s certainty Is beyond disput-i. i'iirties can have It sent to thorn anywhere la the United Htates. Address all communications to . Madame E. F. Duke, No. 118 K. Hols d'Arc St., Austin, Tex. s. The I) It. HARLAN Medicated Baths cur a'l chronic...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 June 1885

Dr. C. B Stoddard DENTIST, AUSTIN, - - - TEXAS. Tartles living out of the city will plaare make their aiKitntmPDls by telegraph or mat a few days hi advance. TIN WEEKLY VOL. XIII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 188. s a NO.. 37. STATE SM AN AITS - - J -'J w 8 in THE WONDER OF HEALING! CUBES CATAKEH, EHSTJMATISM, 1TST7 EALGIA. PILES. WOTTOTiS. BTTWNff. XTT.ur. CEEHAGES, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, &c. usea lmernauy a: Jucternalhi. Jfrices 50c.. . en, niiu evtmwnere. POND'S EZTEACT CO., 76 6th Ave., IT. 7. For Sale by Geo. B. Lucas & Co.. aus: in, fTi x. BAILEH SAUM : APERIENT CuresAdd StOfriilc-h-Sil-lf Stnm.rt. Constitiation. Biliousness. Cmihi... ncss, Indipest.or, Heartbvrt. H-ad;iche, Water-brash. oa tY all (iciucra fur Co cert ' . SENSIBLE .WNG MIR, A. well known vnn - J "fc i; -1:11,. had I born paying speoaf attention to the charms of a young' 'ady, wpo .u juii rmcrgca irom peU ;t sickness, made the folio..? -r mark: . female beauty, bound in morocco, can be obtain "1 by the ...

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. — 4 June 1885

THE STATliviANc AUSTIN. TEXAS. U RATES OF STJBSCIUPTION' TKatea of Subscription to Dally i Daily, per annum, ll paid in advance.. ..$10.00 per monUa -. 1.00 f Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO., Wm. P. Uainks, President and Manager. fore THURSDAY. . JDNE 4, 1885 Let us hope ended. the heavy raina. are "Was it not intended that the Texas capital Bhoiild be built of Texas ma terial? Rebel Kiel Is, after all, so small a man that he may le caught, rabbit whion, in a'hoose. The best; fanners report their crops in fine condition, except where the land has been badly washed by the heavy rains. The Illinois Legislature is under taking to pass a law preventing fraud ulent immoral or commercial adver tisements, under color of medicine or surgery. - . Col. FlNLYof Galveston, was named by the mayor to the city attorneyship, but the council refusal to conform, and Mr Stubbs holds on like grim death to the place. It is thought that by th9 time Sec retary "Whi...

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. — 4 June 1885

era TO THE POINT. Jr, SwearlnceiTs tetter to the Presi dent of the Loaiaiana Board of Health. In a circular from the Health De- Jartment of Texas, dated Austin, Liy 27.1885, Dr. It. M. Swearingen, State Health Officer, addresses some pretty plain talk to Hon. Joseph Holt, M. D., the Pre ldent of the Hoard of Health of Louisiana. It seems that this board has adopted a new set of rules tor the treatment and government of vessels in qu tr antitie. Dr. Swearingen enters an earnest protest againat their enforce ment. Two of the rules are as follows: 1st, persons from suspected places shall be detained for a period -of live days from the hour of departure; 2d, persons from infected places for seven days from the haur of departure. Dr. Swearin?en argues that live a-d seven days detention, ountinar the numb:-r of days consumed in the voy age from a yellow fever port, is prac tically no detention at all; and means a free pasport and absolute abolish ment of quarantine, as regards per sons, H...

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. — 4 June 1885

Wm. Walsh Co Austin, TW UN, MA.XUFA.C HIRERS OF LIME, AND IMI'OHTKHH OF Portland and Kosedale Cement, Plaster and Hair, Fire 01 tied Drain I'ipe, and all Material. Hriek. Fire Clay, kinds of Hulking C ' Mi KISIIKK, M. U. T. H. BKAGO, M. D Drs. Eishr & Bragg, Uoskkopathic Physicians A.ND Hukokons, Congress Avenue, Austin, Tex. Bpeclal attention to operative S'irgery, Sur real Dlscaaesol Women, and Difficult Chronic t ases. Professional visits made to neltfhbor Mtt towns, l'atients treated at a distance, and Homoeopathic medicines sent to any address uy mail or express. TEffiPLTON EYE-WATE8 A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all diseases. Never falls, and restores iulitwlieu m.t entirely destroyed. Jt i-a's tbe liilii-.,! testimonials of elllcacy, and Us certainty is beyond dispute. Parties can have it st?nt to tlicni anywhere In the United mates. Address all communications to Madame E. F. Duke, No. IIS K. llois d'Arc St., Aujtln, Tex;-s. The DR. II A K LAN Medicated Bat...

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. — 4 June 1885

,4 A WOMAN AVOUNDKD. By an Assaattln'rf liullct-More Noc turnal Crlms. Yesterday moraine a little before 4 o'clock a colored servant girl named Jane Colt man employed in the family lot Trof. Tdllichtt,of the State Univen slty, in JNoith Austin, was tired on, and wounded by seme unknown mis creant. Ine woman w& lying near Ahe wirldow.which was slightly raised, land the fiend was able to pat the mux 9 wtx ff Kta iirainin wit Viin i fuur f Lit rf the sleeping victim. The ball was a largo one forty-two calibre and en tering her left arm between the wrist and elbow passed into the breast, lnllictinir a vcrv painful, but I not fatal wound. Dr. Wooten was J culled in and extracted tho ballet, and at last account, the girl was resting easily. She Is unmarried, and ilfl O I.,... J'J ...... w n 1 .1 Her screams when shot aroused the master of the house, who, seising a pistol advanced toward her apartment As he opened thee oor, a bullet wh:z tad past his head, ann buried itself in the wall...

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. — 4 June 1885

TtEIE STATiiUANc AUSTIN. TEXAS.' - KATKSJ OF .SCIISCRfPTtON' Ktea or Subscript! ;ii to Dally I Dally, per annum, tl paid in advance.... 1 10.00 , per montlf. 1-00 Sample copies sent tree on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO.. Wai. P. Gaines, President and Manager. THURSDAY. JUNK 4, 1885 ADDRESS OF JUDiEA. W.TERRELL " Kcfure the Literary Societies OF THE UMVEBSITY OF MISSOURI, AT COLUMBIA, JUNK 1, 1883. LAW El AND GENTLEMEN : The vessel, which alter a long and utormy voyage to distant shores, re turns to the port whence it sailed, though with spars shattered and sail3 torn, is still expected to have some merchandize which it did not bear on its departure. Thus I. after anab sence of over thirty-live years return ! for the first time time to this my Alma Mater, and though bringing but little that I. can claim as my own by right o discovery, will express to you some thoughts and convictions, that .were strangers to me when I departed. Like the waves of the tempest-tossed ves...

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. — 18 June 1885

TiW WEEKEYST ATE SM AN". Dr. C. B Stodrcfad ' DENTIST, AUSTIN, - - - TEXAS. Parties living out of the city will ptoase make their anointments by telegraph or mat a tew days in advance. AXJS -r w w a- o h' i; life VOL. XIII. AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1885. NO. 39 .-,. lW0 ? Or HEALING! CTSES CATAE23, EHEUUATIS2I, 1TTU EALGIA, PILES, W0TJUL3, BTONB; EZM CEEHAGZ3, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, & iTsed Internally fc Externally. JJrices COc, $1, $1.75. ' -AWd everywhere.' ' POND'S ZZTSACT CO, 75 5th Ave.,11. 7. Tor ale by Geo. B Lticas & Oo. A Doctor's 'Wife. nR HUSBAND MAKES A CONFESSION. ' Dr. W.J. Gibbon, of Clarendon, Art, does quite a large practice and stands high as a medi cal gentleman. His wife's lingering- condition ' became so well known, that a reporter crested him on the streets of Memphis, one day, when the following dialogue was had : Doctor, I am glad to learn that your wife has regained her health after several yean of misery and suffering," " Yes, sir, she is now q...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 June 1885

t TliK STATHiSJMAINc AUSTIN. TEXAS. BATES OF SCBSCWPTtON JKates of Subscription to Dally i ' Daily, per annum, !l paid in advance.. ..$10.00 per month 1.00 CBample copies sent free on application. , Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO., Wm. P. Gaines, President and Manager. - THURSDAY . JUNE 18, 1885 Congressman Mills, of Texas, has iraraed a bill since Congress ad- iourded. the object of which, is to reduce the tariff to a revenue basis. lie will introduce it early in the com- ' inar session. ,K School lands are held to contribute! -Jgfass-nrtne cattle men. QMns. Saxon, the temperance lectu- ref, pleased the people of Jielton with one of her lectures. JJurnet county has a scholastic po pulation of 2.341. Of these 2,261 are white and 80 colored. ; ' Fort Worth having eecured the proposed railway to Waxahache anoth er to Brownwood is talked of. The Burnet B ulletin is j ustly indig nant at the proposition to put Indiana limestone in the new capitol. And now the Irish party are begin ring...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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