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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 February 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1SSG. THE MARRIAGE RING. MARRIAGE. AND DIVORCE ACCORDING TO TAI,-MAGE. THE GREATEST SEXSATIOXAL, PREACHER OF THE AGE STILL ATTRACTING CROWDS TO THE BROOKLYN TAU-EIIN'ACLE. "" The most notorious of all the notoriety vseeking and sensational preachers of these times is Talmage. It is wonderful how he retains his hold upon popularity. Crowds flock to the Brooklyn tabernacle every Sunday morning, always , sure of hearing something new and something that they would not hear anywhere else. This genus regnans of sensational theol ogy is the one soldier of the cross who never lays his armor (down. He is not es pecially eloquent, nor remarkably ortho dox, but he seems to interest those who go to hear him. Undoubtedly he is a man of ability. Ho knows a little about every thing, even to life in the slums of New York, and has a somewhat dogmatic way of expressing his views. Whether his style of preaching eyer accomplishes any thing for the cause o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 February 1886

GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING OX IN THE DKPAl'TM KNT.S. AX KPITO.ME OF WHAT WAS LEAItXKl) YKSTKIIDA V AT THE CAPITOL. Routine work occupied the attention of the insurance department yesterday. There won an aching void ir the way of public- interest in the educational depart ment. EXECUTIVE DIll'AhTMKNT. The governor yesterday received a let ter from Mr. Samuel Ksnt, of Philadel phia, Bnkini to know the whercnlioutH of Theodore UotliengaHH, or bin widow, child or children. When last heard from they were at Bremoml, Wharton county. KTATE DKl'AMMKNT. The following charters were tiled in the ollice of the secretary of utatu yv tenlay: The Angle Lumber company of IIoih ton; capital, Jji.VUHXl. Incorporator: I. M. Anglo, G. W. Anglci, (. II. Ktryker, Nel son Stryker. TexaH itolling Mills, of Houston: capi tal, lf")(l,(MM. Incorporator: ham Allen, T. W. House, O. C. Street and J. A. linker, "The kingdom of (loil and heaven, be ing the church of the living God, the church of the 11 rut born,"...

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. — 4 March 1886

SLY VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAUCH 4, 1886. NO. 24 STATESMAN. AUST1 f J P WASHINGTON. THfJ PI! EVIDENT 'SENDS AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO THE SENATE. SENATOR EDMUNDS COMPARES . THE PRESIDENT TO CHARLES TilK Tl RST, OP ENGLAND. SENATE. Wakhinoton, March 1. At 12:20 p. m., on mo tion uf .Mr. Hale, the seuato went into executive session. ' wAt 1:2:10 p. in. the senate doors reopened, and the chair laid before the sunate a lengthy message irom tho president, bearing on tlie right of a sen ator or eenalor-i to have access to papers in the ex ecutive depurimeat relating to suspensions from office. The following is the president's message to Urn somite; Kver since the beginning of the present session of the isenatti tlie different heads of the government have boon plied with various requests and de mands from committees of the senate, from mem bers of Much committees, and at last from the sen ate knell, rcnuii'.nir transmission of the reasons lor tliu (-unpen ion of certain ollicials ...

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 March 1886

2 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 1886, MASKED MEN. i:oijhi:ky at jjiiownwood on k or tiii: scoux- DKKLS KILLKIJ. C levcland, do yon renounce the devil an'l all his works? "Mali, said I oii.Tewinan Mavhnrr. The congressman ii ned a gold cai.de into the out stretched hand of the bab-, and took the train for n aflilliiton. ltHOWNWoOl) ASl) CISCO STA(i F. HEM) UI, HUT ESf A1KS TIIK I'OIUtKHS. Special telegram to The Statesman. Moi st I'i.i:a.nt, February !i7. A shootinz af fray took place about ciu-l t miles north of here last iiil-IiI between two colored men named lin k AiKiiiMin ami .Morjruu (.onion, in which th latter was killed. I he vcri!ii of the jury at the inpiet h that Morgan loirdoncame to ins oeaiii ny a pistol shot in the hand of Dirk At kinsoa. 1 he iiiurilerer is still at lart-e, lint of ficer are huntini.' for him. The catiw of the trouble ih fnipoheii to be improper intimacy he twcen Morgan and Atkinson's wife. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Hu'iwNHiMii)...

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 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 18S6. 3 ' HOKATIO SEYMOUR. ONE SY ONE NOTED MEN OF THE WAR TIMES ARE GOING. Fictuie of Sir. Seymour's Hume Among the Drerfleld liills X lilgniflrd and i:Hiiiiful Uid Age The House 111 Which He Died. TSpwlal Correspondence.) , Utica, Feb. 16. There is something strange 1:1 the death within four mouths of three deleael Democratic candidates for the pe4d.'uey MeClellan, Haneoc'c and Horatio Seymour. Mr. Seymour was chair man of 'the c nven ion that noinina:ed Me Clellan in 1801. Again, iu lc'OS, he was chairman of .he convention to uom nate an other Democratic presid 'ntial candidate. There, m spite of his protests, amid a tumult which persideully drowned all bis efforts to make hinise f heard so that be misfit de cline, he himsef was nominate.!. It is the only in dance iu our history in which the chief officer of a presidential convention himself received the nomination. Of late yars not much has been heard of this veneraule and distinguishe...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 1886. ; 1 i I ' i ; ? i- : t : Mi . ; i HI i ; ill r i $ 1 1 i! i WEEKLY STATESMAN AT'HTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY... . MAUCH 4, Ins KATES OF SCHSC HII'TION'. un uinnth S l-f 1'L.va months Blx mouth 5- Twelvemonths W.UU WKKKI.V. Blx months $ Twelvemonths J.u ISVAIIMHI.T IN AllVASCE. Postage free to sll mrU of I'nlted States and Canada. Kmithv draft on Austin, P. O. money order, postal note, register)! letter or exprnas Sarooli cojiles sent tree on aimutuou. All I'apkbb Diki ontinckii at the Expiration or tui Time I aid run. bubecrllwrs will please observe the date on tlieir wrappers. Sulwrllx-rs wishing address of liaper changed will state in their application both the old arid new address. MR. P. A. SCOTT Is in charife of the city sub cription department of Till! Htatkkhan, and all eomplnlnts or notices of chaises riven to him, or left at this ofllre, will have prompt attention Bubscrilsrs who do not reo-lve their paper reu larlv. are reoiieHieil...

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. — 4 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, MARCH 4,1886. 5 THE GRAND JURY. JUDGri A. S. WALKER'S CIIAliGE MONDAY. ATTENTION DIRECTED TO THE MUBDEK8 IV THIS CITY, AN DA PATIENT INVESTIGATION OUDERED. BRIBERY IN ELECTIONS TO BE LOOKED AFTER ALSO THE LAW OF LIBEL. The law makes it the duty of the judge, when the grand jury is sworn, to give the law in charge to them. The fact that our criminal law is re duced to writing, and that there can be no offence against the laws of Texas unless it be clearly defined in our statute books, makes the formal charge defining what acts are offenses of very little importance. Besides, our code is so full in its pro visions that there is scarcely any injury to the person or property of the individ ual, or any offense attacking the state in any of its operations, but what is defined as an offense and punishment provided for it. In your investigations, while every of fense fouud in our statutes requires under your oath investigation when it comes to your knowled...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 March 1886

AUSTIN' WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. CONVICT I.AIiOIt. It is a very diflicnlt political problem to decide whether it l ritht to jrolH by convict labor, when that labor computes with free labor, nnd 1imh h tendency to re duce the price of the latter, to the injury of the honrrtt workiiiKiium f tne country. The object of punishment l to reform the criminal. The law in not vindictive, and doe not puninh as a revenue for the crime committed. The whole theory of the law in that punishment shall be re sorted to only when all other remedies are exhausted to reform the criminal, a:id under this, view iihilanthroplii-ils have been puzzled to know what was best to with the criminal classes. The diflicnlt v has been to make convict labor tirolitahlu and at the same time non-competive with fr labor. There is, too, in thisconsideration r humanitarian view that ouiht to be considered. The first proposition whether a state can afford to tax its citi r.miH to support...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1886. FINE HOUSES. THE "AVKST OD" QUAUTER IN AV'ASHINGTOX. ATTTIACTIONS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL AS A WINTER HESI DENCE PALAX'ES ERECTED AND TO HE ERECTED BY WKALTIIY "BIRDS OF PASSAGE. " As in France all roads lend to rnriR, so in the United States do all roads lend to Washington, now. more beautiful than the French capital, and destined in all proba bility to be more beautiful and greater than Rome in its palmiest days. Whore a few years ago only politicians and offi cials, or those having business with the government, came to the capital, now come the wealthy and pleasure-seekers from all parts of the country, to enjoy its equable climate in winter and participate in the social pleasures which are so entic ing, so accessible and so abnndant during 'the season." The excellent sewerage and the cleanliness of the broad, smooth streets, are additional attractions for those who wish to erect fine houses in which to live "'mid pleasures and pa...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 March 1886

GOVERNMENTAL what is c;oin; ox in tiii: ui:rAitTMi:xTs. AS KI'ITOM K OF WHAT WAS I.F.AKXK1) YESTERDAY AT TIIK CAPITOL. EXECUTIVE HF.I-AHTMKNT. The following communications have passed between Governor Ireland and Secretary of State Unynrd, at Washington IJki'Aiitmknt or State, Wahiiinoton, February H, lsM. ) To Ilia Exrclli-tii y, John Ireland, Governor of the Stale of Texa", A ustln, Texas : SiB - I have the honor to enclose for your consideration, a copy of a note from tlie miuiHtur of Mexico, here, of the L'L'nd ultimo., relative to an attack, in the early part of December bint, ly a party of fif teen or twenty men upon a ranch situated near the Kio Bravo del Norte, in the state of Texas, which attack resulted in the killing of Manuel Dolgudo and the wound ing of Luis Hernandez and Francisco Ar redotido, Mexicans, the latter of whom was taken prisoner. Mr. Romero asks that the guilty persons may bo punished and semis his note, thtt its statement may aid in the investigation which...

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. — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY rm a nnirriei VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MABCIIM1. 1S86. NO. 25 V .. COL. HOXIE. OyKOF THE BOSSES OF THE GOULD SYSTEM G IVES ) HIS VIEWS. GRAND JfASTEK WOltK.M V.M POW DEIJLY ALSO HAS HIS SAY OX TIIK SITUATION. Lbiiix. Starch 8. Mr. H. SI. lto.vip, llrt vitv president of the .Missotiri-I'acillc l.'.iilvvny coui-pan-', furnishes Hit; associated press w ii ' the ful lowing et.iteinenlf. regarding tin) strike nnv exist in!.' on that company's road.' Mr. Hoxie HtiKf. '"lhe receivers who took pos ecesion of the Texas & I'ucitic riiilwiir apt oiuted their on u agents-am! made such ' iii!iiromntH w ith their employe. as Ihej deemed p uper uiul lit, us to which the management of tho Jiisso'iri-Pnci-flo inilway exeicised uo voici or control whatever. (tiruH learned, on March S, tlmt the employes of il'O Texas & lJa"illc railway 'ha' 1 inaug'.ti'iited a strike, giving as the reason, thai one of tlm em ployes of mat wail, In Marshall, Texas, sun ilisi'hai".;i'd wit...

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. — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 11 1886. GREATSTRIKE. 5.000 M EX OUT - l-XTiUE SO L TI I-AVK.STKUX GO U E I SYSTEM INVOLVED CAUSE OF TIIK WHOI.K TltOl'HMv J AY COfl.Il TIIKKATKXS (iOV. imowx, St. l.oriB, Manh B.--A U-Wwnm reeelved from Sedalla thia mornlnu Matea that Tlih employee of the Miiwouri l'mitic railway company at that pirn have Mtrurk. This malemeut caui-eil ureat alarm. It 1h iupponed ti Ik- the Inaugural tep of the irreat . Krike on Ihe Gould eyiiteiii ciintem plated by the hniehls o( l.alxir. EXTKMir.O TO LITTLE KIM K. I.rrn.K Km K, Man h .--Troutilii with the oper ate of the Texae & Ij-itl- railroad line extended to Utile Hock. All workmen In the St-I.ouIh A Iron Mountain railway's machine nhpH, over three hundred in iiniulier, plopped work, anil Iiiih Ineee la at a etandetill. All in ipilet anil orderly. ALL WKIIK KNIIillTH. Skdai.ia, Man h The Mlnmitirl Pacific anil MiHMiuri, Kanaaa Jic Texan almim strui k at 10::io to-day. Allia rhaiw, ami it in tiiipom...

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. — 11 March 1886

AUSTLN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 11, 1886. ;'I BENMSSWCE IN DRESS. I) -- FASHIONED IDEAS COMING ONCE MOKE TO THE FRONT. spuing and summer Materials, painty colors-n eay fabric's and novelties in orna mentation. From our own Correspondent. New Yobk, February 26. The most notieeable thing in the early spring, as in tho more elegant winter dresses, is the ab sence of drapery.. The prettiest ball and owning toilettes have been made with gkivts straight at the back even when they were short and the trains are al vii vs plain though full. A leng dancing drf'fs is now seldom seen; never upon a young girl. Married ladies wear them sometimes, because dancing, with them, i more incidental less of a business iu;;i a train emphasizes their married dig nii But the short evening dresses have been unusually short this season, and very delicate in color and material. Fire white, water-blue, yellowish-green, shell-pink, and fawn-brown have all been muoh used, in happy conjunction with o I li...

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. — 11 March 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TBXAH. THURSDAY MARCH 11, WW IIATES OF 8UHSC1MPTIOS. DAILY. ur inonth JJ VLw month flixmontbi Twelve month! ,uou WEKKLT. Blx month . I -"J Twelvt month ,u" Imvabuult in Advakcb. Portage he to J1 pu t of United State and Canada. Rmlt by draft on Aoitln, P. O. money order, postal not, ivRbterwi letter or expr tsamvle Copies tent free oa application. AlX PaPIB" DlMONTINlfD AT Till ElFIKATlOX or ma Tim Paid fob. Subscribe will please oteme the date on their wrapper!. finbacribers wlahlnf! address of paper changed will state In their application both the old and new address. MR. F. A. SCOTT Is In charge of the city sub scription department of Tn Htatkbmak, and all omplalnu or notices of changes elven to blm, or left at this office, will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their pawr regu larly, are requested to notify the office. Carrier boys are not allowed to sell papers. ADVERTISING KATES. Solid nonpariel the basis f meaeure, aliout seven wor...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. M AKCH It. 1 StfG. SPRING finds everybody feeling dull, languid, slug gish; exactly in the condition to be vastly benefited by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, T.izzia W. DeYeau. 2C2 15th st.. 6tU avc. II Rmotlvn. N. T.. savs : "Every snrinar. for years, I have had intolerable headaches, and have suffered from total loss of energy. I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilla last March, and have not since had a head, ache ; my appctito is excellent, and I am strong and vigorous." "As a spring medicine Ayer's Sarsaparilla has no equal," writes A. B. Nichols, Cambridge, Moss. Henry Bacon, Xenia, Ohio, says: "I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla in my family for years. 1 have found it invaluable as a cure for Lumbago and general nervous debility, caused by an inactive liver and a low state of the blood." E. J. Krause, Wayvllle, "Wis., writes : "The use of AYER'S. Sarsaparilla has cured me of Liver Complaint." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U...

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. — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 11.18S6. 6 WEEKLY STATESMAN For The Statesman. I.IKE THE WAVKS, BY HEI.1.A rilKM'll SWIPHKIt. Thi day in dark; tlm pelting rain Boats hard aualnitt the. window pane, In rytlim with tlie ceaaelewi roar Of wild waves breaking on tlm snore. Thf sighing winds, the rain, the sea, Join la one w ild, ! melodr. I watch. tl.e wave, ax one by one, Tuey rise and vanish from the sight; From tiny caps just seen, then (.'one, To billows with a veil of white That, rise and we tln-y onward flow, Id majHHtv and volume grow, Till they have reached their greatest height; When comes a Hidden gleam of light They burnt, and in the common wa Lone all of their Identity. Ho with mankind. We all are naves, All restleas moving to our graves. Nome, tiny caps, so small, so low, We scarce make ri-lc in the flow Of life'! great tide. From caps, how strange We 11 J to mighty billows range. And yet the same fate waits us all That wait the waves of yonder sea, However ureal, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 March 1886

V I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 18S6. . 'SniiffiiRES IN CONGRESS. , BONANZA KINGS, MANU FACTURERS, RAILROAD PRESIDENTS AND BANKERS. SOME OF THE MEN WHO REQUIRE SEVEN OR EIGHT DIGITS TO EX PRESS THEIR "WEALTH HOW THEY GOT SO MUCH, AND WHAT THEY DO WITH IT. Special Correspondence of Tub Statesman. Washington, March 4, 1886. There are several men in the present congress whose wealth is estimated at millions, though most of them are in the senate. For nearly a score of years past senatorial seats in some states have seemed to seek men of large fortune, or at least a large fortune has been a great aid to men with senatorial aspirations, in se curing the object of their ambition. They say a man must be wealthy to afford a term of years in the senate, with its in cidental residence in Washington, in a style consistent with the high honor and dignity of the office. Still, a great many men of moderate fortune, or no fortune at all, are called to accept the responsi bility, a...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, MARCH 111886. I f! 1 1 1 111 If hi it 8 i! I'i - M OVER THE RANGE. PERSONAL POINTS AND NEWSY Nl'(i CiETS. DAILY HOUXl-t'l BY THE STATES MAN'S TKAIL MAN. Grass in Iit-t; iiuiintr to rise. The cowboys now roam the prairies. A liigeiittlo trnde is nliout to bo consum a'ud in thin city. About INUKfO.Oli) acres of free grass lands yet remain iinlcnsed in Texas The price of yearlings ami two year olds is on the rise wilh a linn market. Shimr Bros. ho!U 2,(KH) head of 1 -year-old steers, south Texan ranch delivery, a' $i:i. There nr n good many steer twos in the country between tin I'eeos and Kl llHO. I'he Gol.a.l (Tux.) Guard says that S!l haH bo"ii refused for steer yearlings in it section. The f-'a i Miguel Jiive Slock association of New .Mexico, will hold a special met ing at I.as Vegas, March H. It taki'H nerve in a cattle-buyer to insist that young Hteers will go begging for buyers in Texas this spring. We learn that Mr. Ike Stevens lias Hold his in...

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 March 1886

1 N WE H VOL. XV AUSTIN, TEXAS, THUIiSDAY, MAKCH KjyY STATESMAN. 18, 1S86. Xj NO. 26 JLJK. s THE STRIKE. POSITION OF AFFAIRS OCT SIDE THE STATE- 1IOX I i,S REPLY TO STRIKERS. CO N CBHN I SU TE X A S PA( 1 EC SITUATION FAV()K.VBt.i:. Issue with which we have nothing to do, and which we cannoi possiiny armirate or control. The present strike, continued Mr. Gould, "originated in the discharge of an employe named Hall, on the Texas Pacific, which road in in the hands of the United States court. We have no more right to atU'inut to control the working ot that system than the workim m -n themselves, and nuuiu w ao i-umpieieiy lucotupeivni 10 uo so as any outsider." I Regarding another aspect of the strike, Mr. I Gould said: "The public may not be aware of it, I hut the same 1 sue was raised when some men wore (discharged on the Wabash railway at the time MA I EMI.N I (II- LEI l.I Ll. 1.1. (. N Powderly, chief of the executive committee of the ruuguta ot Labor, called upi n me to secure th...

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 March 1886

i -kubTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 18,1886. WASI1INGT0N. rUNKUAI, CKKKMON'IKS OF TIIK LATE SKXATOK MIL LEU IS TIIK SKXATK. . AKIFF TKSTIMOXV IIKIOKK THE C'OMMITTKH ON WAYS AND M KAN'S.. ONJItKSSlONAl- IMCOCKEIINS. llot'HK. Wakiiinutiin, Marrli n.- linnii-dlHiely upon IM'inhlinK.ln inrnnHiiie (if an order made yexterihiv. Ine hnnee In a hodv, pri-ieded by the Hiii-Rki-r anil cliHilnin. proceeded tn tin- wnate rhBiiiW to take part in tin- funeral len-inonii-H over (Iik remains of the lute Senator Miller, of ( alafornia. I pmi re turning from the m-nate ihainle-r Hif houe ad journed. avasiiix(;tox xotks. TDK D1!AI HKNATOK. WAfliiiNiiTiiN. Marrli IH.-TIip remains of Senator .lilt-r will heemorted friim the family reeld-Tire ! tin i-jinitol hv a Hound of f-uliitftl liollre and a ... .... !. I I I....I.... Tin,., iill 1... inul f'omilliui-i-oi uii-iom H-L'Jiill. l "r at the rapllol lV wnatora anil ri-iri-wntntlvi-8 ap unlnleil to ai t ax nail hearerx. who will ewort them to the n...

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