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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 1 1S36. 7 OVER THE RANGE. PKttSON'AL POINTS AND NEWSY NU- DAILY HOUND-UP BY THE STATES MAN'S TIIA.II. MAX. Stock cattle and feeders are unquestion ably high in comparison with fat stock. More than three-fourths of the beef nnw consumed ia Boston comes to that city dressed. Reports from Texas indicate that sev eral thousand cattle nave Deen puronaseu there for the Montana ranges. A " feast or a famine " style is no way to feed hcrses. They want their meals recularlv. and the same quantity each o - time. American cattle are firm and strong in Liverpool at 1314o, estimated dressed weight. This high figure is not likely to be sustained. The executive committee of the North ern New Mexico Stock Growers' assoeia Hon meet in Springer on Monday, April Cth, at 10 a. m. The exports of livestock and dressed meats for last week from the port of Bos ton per steamers for the English markets were 720 cattle, 4,071 quarters ot Deei. W. J. McBrea, of the PL R...

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. — 1 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 1, 1886. GOVERNMENTS WHAT IS GOING o:v IN DKPAnTMKNTS. IIIK AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAN I.KAItXEl) YESTERDAY AT THE C.'.Y 1MTO I.. There wa.i nothing- of public intercut in tlie attorney-general's oflice, the insurance department or the oflice of secretary of xtiite. ATTOUNKV OKSFKAI.'k OFncK. Some ti ne hack the county judgo of ' II irdemnn county, it in alleged, (told the four leagues of public school land licloiig ' log to the county for the sum of about forty cent per acre; or. as Commissioner W.illi figure it out, for about thirty ceatH. Application wan inailo for patent l) it itii'y wi re reruseu, me comjiii.-iuiu-i n it bein' witislied as to the Hale. In con nation with this tnitis'iction, Attorney (1 juenil Templcton yesterday received Ih following letter from the county attorney of II trdomaii county, which explains itself linn. .1 no l. Templcton, Austin, Tcxa": Dkab Hue Our county judge has sol tin county's school land for the very men ...

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. — 8 April 1886

TATESM VOL. XV, AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8 18S6. NO. 29 ITSTiN WEE KLY Ah I ! DYNAMITE. A HUPPOSEI) ATTEMPT TO 11 LOW UP THE FOIJT WO RTH DEPOT. MILlXAUY OVEKAWB SSTHIKEUS -ALL QTJIKT AN II F HEIGHT TllAiXS RUNNING. 0 ' fstwvrial Telejrram to the Stateemiii. Fobt WoiiTH, lexfts. April o- i p. in. The day opened cool and clunr, with a brink norther Wowing. The fearfnl ex citement of Sntuvdny night and Sunday had somewhat abated, but the sun aro.se upon a city of twenty thousand people still laboring under apprehension as to what tho day might bring forth. The city last night and this morning had all tho appearance of a town during the civil war when a hostjle army was ap proaching. Guards and. sentinels met, one at almost every turn, and uiilitavj uniforms and the clunking of (tabors, or the glitter of bayonets, reminded veterans of the days of 'lil-'BS. Lust night the city was guarded by fully four hundred men, including neatly three hundred militia. The conn'i'nics present '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. — 8 April 1886

1 T ! T - i ' ' " FT g"T Fl A r AUSTIN' WEEKLV STATMANHPAyV' ARTti's T'l 886 'v f n if h , bIogd ( L- .II POSSEOPOKFlCKIWAMHUfell r ,y ir.D MY ISTKIKKRS AT FORT "WOKTII. v nPPff'Klt KILLED AND TWO OTHERS MOHTALLY WOUNI)-KO-A8SAMSINATION'. i .' gpocial Telegram to the Statesman. Fobt Wobth, April 3. What had bebii ma.linted has come to pap. Thestrikintf Knights of Lrbor and officer of the law have rnet in deadly conflict. Two officer ' fatally wounded, and a third shot through both hip, are the casnalitie on the aide of the law. On that of the striker, so far a can be ascertained, only one is wonnded. It bad been announced, yesterday, by the ofllcers of the Missouri l'acinc, that ' train would moire to-day, or there would be bloodshed. The strikers, on the other hand, had put it down as a Mettled foot that no train would be allowed to pass over the Missouri -l'aciao line until the demand of the strikers for arbitration was Bcceded to. It will be remembered thit there are only six men...

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. — 8 April 1886

ff ? f .1 1 A STOiiY OF SUCCESS. POTTER t PALMER,,. LANDLORD . OF THE', FAMOUS PALMER MOUSE. 1 One of Chicago's MIDInnnireK A Great Fortune Title Won How He Succeeded. The Interior of the liniionnpil IIotnL How lie Ulicd h New Knglnrer. . ' .1 ISprctal Correspondence.! -' , Chicaoo, March 23. Probably not one 'a o thousand of the multitude of travelers who enter the' greAt'poi'tola oT Chicago's greatest hotel is able to recognize the elderly, but erect and Active, man who occasionally hurries by a busy man, with his bauds full of papers, a hijjh hat, none too new or glossy, worn well back upon his head, clothes severely plain, small but kindly eyes, and a pinched mouth whose hnrd lines., are ever ready to break into . a smi'.e of good niture. This man is Potter' Palmer, builder and landlord of the hotel whic h is by many pronounced the- greatest in the world. The story of his life is a story of success of two successes, in fact of a great fortune twice won. Like most of the self mad...

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. — 8 April 1886

1 . WEEKLY STATESMAN. AHSTIN TEXAS. TUOKSDAV .APKIL H, In RATES OF 8UIfIITIOV. Un monrti t '! lift n T ttlx month Mm Twelve month. lO.tW wurKi.r. Blx months . Twelve months 1 ivvAiinHi.r i Advakci. Pontage free t 11 part of the United 8UU and vanada. Remit br draft on AiuUn, P. O. money order, postal not. regiu-ri ieur or ii -.r-eopin aenl free on application. Al.L PAPEBU DlUMlMHa'BD AT Till EXPIRATION na ! TfMK PaMJ fOR. Subscriber will please oleerve the date on their wrappers. . it ... i.. 1. 1 . miiArMM at ititiipr rh in Ll'd will state in their application both the old and new nddrees. MR. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of the cltr sub scription department of Tiik Htatemhak, ana aii omplaints or notices f changes (riven to him, or left at this offlcs, will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paiwr regu larly, are requwttnd to notify the office. Carrier joy tare not allowed to sell papers. ADVKKTIHINH KATES. Solid nonparlul tlie Haeis ef measure, about seven wo...

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. — 8 April 1886

- V AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1886. Hemorrhages. from the ms.Stoiuach. Nose, or from any cause is speedily cii- iroueu ana stoppou. Sores, Ulcers Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It is cooling, cleansing and Heul.ng. Pataifh It is mot pfflcac'ou1" for this Uaiai 1 11 j disease. Cold iu tlio Head.&o. 'Pond's Extract Catarrh Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases, should be applied with. Fund's Kn 1 act Nasal Syringe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured more cases of these distressing complaint than the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas ter is invaluable in these diseases, LuiU' bago. Pains in Back or hide, &e. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, 'Use the Exu! act promptly. Delav is dangerous, Pl'cC B "'Weeding or Ki lling. It ntJoi is the greatest known remedy; run- . idly curing when other medicines li ve failed. PuikI' Extract Ointment i of great service where the removal of OJoiliiug is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. hav. liter...

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. — 8 April 1886

' . rr.TTTTTC-rV A V APRFF.P IftKfl. G AUSTIN WEEKLY Si AiflaMAflu iiimvo. - - : i i I 3' i I ! t l - I J. M ! t ' i WEEKLY STATESMAN. COl" STY KOADS AND convicts A communication published in The Statesman yesterday, signed with the in itials "D. A. T.," on the subject of county roails. enest thHt th comity should have team, wairimn. plow. ncriiern in a word, every implement and appliance tie cessary to the expeditious conduct of work on the roads, meaning county road. Hi first sutfKontion in that a practical lUi4Ui(iH8 man should be appointed super intendent of roads by the county conimia aiontra, antf that he should be furnished with those teams and thirty men to do the work, and also camp equipage for the ne cessary transient home of himself and the hands under him. Tim suggestions of this correspondent are well worthy of consideration and adoption, but the same correspondent closes by saying he favors "convict labor on the roads, which would lesson the cost greatly." '"D. A. T."...

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. — 8 April 1886

7- THErTRM-ROEtrail UNCLE' SAM'SWABT IKCOME AND WHAT IIJiPQMS WITH IT. Jkrl) ft oli sit sniTRf'ES WIIENCE THE MONEY COMES TIIE ENORMO.f'kllAjfuJ CIIJNEKY UNDEUTIIEDI KECTION OK THE SEC " r ., RETAItY. , . ppec'il i-orreepondence of The Statesman : Washington, March 31, 1886. , The sadden and alnr'miiig illness of Sec retary Manning, causing by unceasing de votion to the duties of his office, 'seems to direct attention to the treasury depart ment and its vast business' ramifications. Few people realize what an enermous flnanoial institution the United States treasury is, or what a large amount of money passes through it in the course of a year. The old saying that "Uncle Sam is rich enough to buy us all a farm," is al most literally true. People may talk as much as they like about poverty and hard times, yet there is always plenty of money in the national cash box. An indefinite idea prevails to some extent that the government ran make jut-t as much money as happens to be wanted; whi...

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. — 8 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMA1S.THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1836. GOVERNMENTAI WHAT 18 GOING ON IN TIIK DY.V VRTMENT8. AN Kl'ITOMK OF WHAT WAS LEAIWK1) YESTERDAY AT Till! CAPITOL. HTATI OCPABTMEMT. The Mcxi.an Benevolent association, of Sun Antonio, fi:d a charter in the offioe of the secretary of state yesterday. In corporaton : i.uillermo Casas, of Han Antonio, ih president; Benito Garcia, vice-president ; .1 uan Morales, secretary and Jose K. llarrajos, treasurer. In the ollice of the secretary of state yesterday thn following charters were filed: Pins l.loctrio Light company ; cnp itai. $".,0Oi); incorporators, W. H. Mar shall. D. H. Monro, Jno. H. Walker. The Times rrititin;' company, of Han Anto nio, ameiduiort. increasing capital stock from I5,()00 1. f .i MXK). Tho charter of tlio Bonito lodge No, i7 Knights ami I.adics of Honor, Car zo Hininrt, (ilcil a charter in the ollice f secretary of state yesterday. f oes of tli'j ollice for March were -',113.14. The following charter was filed in t...

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. — 15 April 1886

nn IAN. i VOL. XV, AUSTIN, TEXAS, IWRSDAY, APRIL 15 1SS6. NO. 30 WEEKLY' N icli mist 'and kino pure, use ectly been rely 'der, tlier J.S. iS Ot lute ws: l i oyal bat. rom lave I, of loua Srtbioj it. weel itor j( xrantjl upsij'l 001 re car -P. I J aoh in f eaclJ A 8 ICS out v f Ne Ohi of b. ht.ftJt Jicin list iijuri bat eve; in (i sum 1 it 5 mi iriil II :t hi I ,1 iVi: fc. in E "I -4 CONGRESS. PROCEEDINGS YESTERDAY IX THE SENATE AND HOUSE. THE HURDCASE OF OHIO-SLIGHT CESSATION OF L AKOR ARM TRATION TALK. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Wamiivoton, April 1?. A refolution offered by J'r. I.'etk wiu agreed to, appointing Senator Gib son, of Louisiana, to uiemliership of the senate committee on commerce, iu place of Senator Jones", i f Florkia, during the present temporary absence of thut senator from the senate. Mr. Morgan's resolution, recently submitted, relating to N ic;iraguan claims, was, at bis request, referred to tliu committee on Nicaraguau claims. Mr. Hiddlebarger moved to take up 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. — 15 April 1886

2 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 15 1886. - INCENDIARISM. TIIK TOUCH APPLIED TO ItAI LWAY PKOPEIITY IX EAST ST. LOUIS. MOKE TItOOI'S CALLED OL'T BY HY TIIK TICOOrs. East St. Louih, 111., April 10, 8:30 a. m. The city has been in a state of panic daring the entire niht, owin to numer ous incendiary fires, but with the presence of the militnry, which are guarding all the main lines of the track diverging from the relay depot, something like order ap pears to prevail for the day. It, is not possible at this hour to more than approximate the damage by the night's tires. They were all confined to railroad property, and the otlicers sent with troops report that about twenty to thirty cars in all were destroyed, which were loaded with meichaiidise and coal. The greatest damage occurred at the Cairo Short Line yards, about one mile from the relay depot, where probably fif teen cars were destroyed, and the mimes for a time threatened the destruction of 100 or 200 cars in the interm...

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. — 15 April 1886

SECRETARY" WHITNEY. THE CRCESUS OF CLEVELAND'S CABINET AND' HIS HOME. President-Making; and the Laboratories In Which it i Going On Laying Out the Campaign of 1888 Interior Deco rations of Mr. Whitney's Home. f-ypr-al Ccvresjosdence.l TVAsriycTOX, April 5. Fresident-mak-ir' i-' continuously gc.ing on in Washington. TlMvaip at this moment bolt a dozen lalora torls in diffeirent parts of the capital in which su''h wo:k is being done. Edmunds has one Uj. :k! las copper bay window within a stone's throw oi Blaine's big mansion. John Sher man hns another in his brown stone front looking out upon the flowers of Franklin pu:k, und away up on the hills above Wash- iugi.011 General Logan :its with his accom plished wife and looks down upon the big White House which he- hopes soon to occupy. I think if you could ponetrate the sanctum satictorvm of the president himself, you would at certain hours of the night find him and Dan Lamont with the map of the United States before them, and volumes o...

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. — 15 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 15 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TIIUKSDAY.... ....AI'KIL i:, lHNi HATES OF 8UHSCIUPTIO.V. DAILY. one month $ 1.00 Tlree month V.Vi Six months S.IK) . Twelve months W.w WXEKLT. Six months $ .SO Twelve months l.l Invariam.y in Advance. Footage free to all purls of the I'ulttd States and v annua. Remit by draft on Auc'ln, P. 0. money order, postal note, registered letter or exorees Sample cojiles sent free on application. At.t PAPERS DlM'ONTINlKD AT THE EXPIOATION or the Time 1 aid rou. Buhsrrlliers will ilewe olwerve the date on their wrappers. Pnhivrllers wishing addreps of paper changed will state in their applic ation both the old and new tuureee. MR. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of the city sub scription department of The Statesman, and all complaints or notices of changes given to him, or left at this office, will have prompt attention. Bubecrlliers who do not receive their paper regit larlv. are reuuested to notify the oflke. Carrier...

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. — 15 April 1886

5 ppfMcfl Hemorrhages. Ssss: Nose, or from any cause is Bpeedily con trolled and stopped. Sores, Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It is' cooliiiK. cleansing ami lleulmg. fofflffh most efncaciou for this Ldlal 1 II j disease, Cold In the Head. So. Pond's Kxlruct. Catarrh Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases, should be applied with Pond's Extract Nasal Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured more cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond' Extract PIuh ter is Invaluable in these diseases, Luiif tiago. Pains in Back or bide, &c. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, 1Uae the End act promptly , Delay is dangerous. FJI-- B iiiil.Rleedlng or Itching. It 1 1 Kb) is the greatest known remedy ; rap iilly ciuing when other medicines liure failed. Point's Extract Ointment is , of great service where the removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. mnce used The Kxti-nct will never be with out it. Pond1!. Extract O lUm...

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. — 15 April 1886

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1886. JUDGE TERRELL'S SPEECH. DELIVKltEP AT THE OPERA HOUSE,, IN AUSTIN, TIIUIKD.VY, AI'ltIL H, 1M-A ISE VI KW OF THE CONDITION" OF A F FA I Its. nil My Fellow Citizens: For more than thirty years I lmve lived among you, and time find again nud al ways whenever I have nsked your suffrages for office, whether legislative or judiciiil, you have shown your confidence by jour votes in electing me. My dead Are beneath thin Boil, and all that I have or hope for are inseparably connected with the peace, the prosperity and K'ory f Texan. Your confidence I would no longer deHerve, if being invited to speak to yon, I should remain silent, when public opinion excited by recent events, now, like the pendulum of a clock, swings blindly to extremes. In the history of every free people there have been times of danger, when discon tented labor on the one hand, and capital created by partial law.s on the other, thrcateties to make shipwreck of civil lib...

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. — 15 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 15. 1SS6. 4 nf freight charges that would yield, lit S expenses and repairs, a lib- 3 'in&ert on the actual value of the 1 Not one cent of interest on watered ?Xa or watered bonds or imaginary yfines'should be allowed, for every cent thus bestowed is unjustly taken from the Producing classes, whose products must v for it. Squeeze the water out of Fheir stocks and bonds; to permit toll to KB collected on them any longer is to con tinue robbery. Let charges be sufficient to enable them to pay proper compensa tion for the dangerous employment in cident to their operation, and nothing beyond. No dollar which labor has not fairly earned, or which-is unjustly de manded through intimidation, for all such expenses are saddled upon the farmer, who, in the end, must pay the fiddler, and this'he now understands. This reform, so long delayed, which session after sesiion as your humble rep resentative I attempted to secure, is oi, fiftdv being guarded...

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. — 15 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMA&THURSDAY. APKIL 15, 1836. 8- GOVERNMENTA! . WHAT IS GOIXG ON IX THE DEPARTMENTS. AN KPITOME OK WHAT WAS I.KAltXKI AT TIIK CA IMTOI. YKSTEHDAV. DKI'AHTMENT OK FDUCATION. Statistics in tha oflice of the superiu tendcnt of public instruction show: Total dnily attendiuice of white pupil of scholastic otie, 7,!!t,0;:; total daily attendance of colored pupil of scholastic age, '2.'M'2fi24. Grand total of pupils of scholastic aire, 10,!W'2Ji'M. Average daily attendance of white pu pils of scholastic aire.i 7,2.j; averajre daily attendance of colored pupils of scholastic aire, 2.ri,!)10. Grand total of average daily attendance of pupils of scholastic ae, IMAM. The scholastic census report of Hock dale lias been received at the department of education, and shows the following: NiiiiiImt of white iniilc chlldien x Number f wlill' female i lillilruli 1 1 Number of colored male children S Number of female colored clildrcn 7 Total 314 Of the whites 3 cannot read, and o...

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. — 22 April 1886

T'T, STIN: TATE VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, APRIL 22, 18S6. NO. 31. A WEEKLY SMAN SAN JACINTO '.HOW THE AXM 1 VERS All Y vVAS OH.SEUVKJ) AJ.Ji over THE .STATE. PARADES. St'EEC'llKS. IIt 'l s JMMA A N I OTHER TOKENS OK V.EMF.MliRAVCE. li.il.vc-vrov, April al. The li(M"!li nniiiienuu v if Sail .iiiHnto tiny van ji iuvally h'ikth1 I m thit it t liiy- Hanks. sdi'Mils a. el courts were ilosed, ami nianv bi.tiiiea.- plaees c)n.M' I ill noon. The pa- Vt tii Veteran l'iiemen'd B-ocini i n was tin1 tiMtiirrt if to-tluv's celebration. About every old ft.'iiiiii m the city was in tin" line. At e;.tu p. mi j-iatie;-' A. nt tt ti!H --ion artillery, tmiler a ne liiii toini ; inneil by I apt .ls-iteis, iuvo, mi e.xhihi-1 t ion of tnrnd Brills' fin tin? hire !i near the Hi at li j Intel. They used lleauimii'ti lift) b!i -1 tfs, lirint; i Ht a t:ir.;.t coasistintj: of ;i lui-ee barrel I v, ill i .1.1.! tittaebed, authored l.inl yii! ils j !H UltJ HUIl. IV, 111:$ I" inn TIKI lh'' Mi'-'el' had been nil ri...

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. — 22 April 1886

2 i 7 i i t 5 POWDERLY. TIIK LKADKIl OF KXICIIT.S OF LAI'.OR FL'LMIXATKS AfJAIXST i.OVIA). "WHAT TIIK k'MKIITS TIIKK.VTKN AfiAlNsT TIIK XKW VOKK MOXKV KIXi. I'aijflc lit New Y'iiiik. April 14 Tin- following uto j iiidcnce is se If explanatory: Si iia.ntos. I'a.. April II, Is-sti, i4 p. in . t To .lay Gould, esi ., prf pidt rit of Missouri railroad : Dear Sir- Tin1 events of the punt forty-cl hour have demonstrated t'i you the ansolute ne cessity of bringing Mil terrible t-tt iitrirl in tin southwest to a speedy termination. Vou have the power, the authority anil the means In tiring the strike to an end. I have done everything in mv power to end the strife. The gentlemen aesocialeii with the executive hoard of the knights have done the fame. Ev erything consistent w ith honor ami InanhiMid has leeli done in the interest of peui-e. N'o false notions of nrlde and dignity have ewavcd us in our di aling w II Ii you, orlhe gentlemen asso ciated with yon. In ronferenre with you on Sun day,...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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