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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL '22 1886. OXE MAN'S GREAT WORK. 3ISHOP WHIPPLE ON THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFE. Hemorrhages. l$zX JJose, or from any cause is speedily con trolled ami utopped, Sores, Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It la coolinu, cleansing and Ileal. ng. fnloprll ' 11 is mot efflcacW for this Vald.1 a II 1 diseuso. Cold ill Mi" Heml.So. "Poii'V ExirHC Cntn-rrli Cure," spociallv prepared tomeeirwnoiicntieo, should be applied with land's Exiiact a sul Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured more cases of theseilistressingcompluHitstlian theE'-'1" 1'oiMl'a KxU-nct Plan ter 1b Invaluable in these diseases, Lunv ha"0. Pains in Kaek or cido, &c. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Line the Kiiiaet promptly. Delay is dangerous. Fij II Iii.l.rtlf dills or It'h. It l:6S is the greatest known remedy; rap idly curitij; wlien other lnedioiuft li ve failed. Foil ISxtrnct OlnlniTiil U of great service whore the removal of clothing i iiicunvoiileii'. For ...

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. — 22 April 1886

r AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 22 1S86. "WEEKLY STATESMAN. AfSTIN TEXAS. TIUHSSDAY ..APHII-ih!, IKW KATKS OK sL'ISKf ltil'TIOX. jn month l.nri lli-ee imiDlha ii-.Ht Blx month. .Mm Twelve month. lO.fm WEKKI.I'. 8Ix month. I ..VI Twelve tiionth. !.(' Isvahiabi v IN AllVANrK. Po.tMfi' free to all parte of the lulled Mates and Canada. Ketnlt hy draft on Aus'ln, P. O. money order, poMal nole, reulftereil letter or express Sample Copies eeni tree on application. MONOPOLY C ONTHOLS TIIK LAWS. AM. I'aPKH DlW'OVTINfEl) at tiik Kximiution Or THIS TlMK I'AIU Poll. Suhwrlheni will plenw observe the date on their wrappers. Snlwrllier. wiMiIni: address of paper chni;ed will ptate iu their application both the old and new tddrepB. MR. F. A. SCOTT 1. In charge of the city eub cription department of The Statesman, and all complaints or notice, of change, riven to him, or left at Oil. office, will have prompt attention. Sntiscrllper. wlm do not receive their paper regu larly, are reorient...

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. — 22 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 18S6. THE COURTS. , TUB PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1IIGIIEU COURTS. THE DISTRICT. COURT AND TICES OF TIIE PEACE. JUS- SUPBEMB COCBT. A. H. Willie, chief justice; J. W. Stay- ton, Sawnie Robertson, associate justices; nin county Chas. 8. Morse, clem. John Donaldson vs. the State, from Grayson county; motion to dismiss granted. Alexander vs. the State, from Delta; affirmed. E. Holly vs. the State, from Hood; re versed and remanded. J. G. Thompson vs. the State, from Wiss; reversed and remanded. H. B. Sanborn vs. the State, from Gray son; reversed and remanded. G. P. Rollins vs. the State, from Collin; reversed and remanded, time within wh ich to file briefs for appel lant, was submitted and granted. Court adjourned to next opinion da v. Friday, Anril 23. - COCBT OF APPEALS. Frank Dagle vs. The State, from Baylor county. Matt Harrington vs. The State, from Denton county. Gid Lyles vs. The State, from Denton county. F. Tackman vs. The State, from Wil...

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. — 22 April 1886

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APKIL 22 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. THE CI1EKOKEE STRIP. Chief Bushyliead has gotten into trouble about the Cherokee atrip. Thin is a part of the land ceded to the United States by Texas, in 18.rA together with parts of Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico, Texas getting $10,000,000 for the whole, and the commission says ''the United States as sumed jurisdiction at once upon the ac ceptance of the state of Texas of the terms offered, and has since retained it.'' The question of its possession is not now between the Indians and the white men. It is a question whether 11,;00,000 Of fer tile acres shall be occupied by cattle or men - "calves, or babies, is the real ques tion." said a congressman familiar with the subject, '"cowboys, or churches, school nnd roads, that is the question." It is authentically stated that emigre?: will throw this strip, and Oklahoma open to actual settlers at this session, account ing to the Indians for the laud. PANNING AKOt'N...

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. — 22 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. A PHIL 22, 188& St, OUR N.VMML LIBRARY. HALF BUT A -MILLION BOOKS NO SHELF-ROOM FOR THEM. WHAT TIIK I.IUKAKV CONTAINS AND HOW THE VAST STOKES ARE GATHERED. Special Correspondence to The Statesman. Washington, D. C, April 13, 1888. Both houses of congress having at last passed a bill providing for the erection of a new building for the congres sional library, there in reason to believe that this much needed structure will some day material ize. For years the condition of this li brary has been a disgrace, the lack of room for arranging the books rendering many of them entirely inaccessible and useless. It is the most important and val uable library ou the continent, and the only one approaching completeness in certain important features. At the begin ning of the present yur it contained, in round numbers, 550.000 books and 180,000 pamphlets. A great part of this vast collection is stored away in boxes, in cel lars and lofts, ai.d piled up wherev...

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. — 22 April 1886

8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 1886. : , , GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING OX IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AX Kl'ITOMK OK WHAT WAS J,EAUM-:i AT TIIK CAIMTOI. YKiTKJtlAY. DKPABTMKM OF KbCCATION. Superintendent of Instruction linker hns issued eliilmrnto iunt rriet iuti- for the government of Minimi r noriiiiil M-liools, nmoiig which lire the following: Sir: In conducting the summer nor mal institute, of which yo:i have liecn ap pointed principal, you are required to ob serve the following regulations: 1st. Vou will open your institute tin ll'th du) of July, m.d close it 01 the 7th day of Aug'it. holding so-simis everyday in tho week except Sunday. lid. Vou will nniine your own pro gramme, keeping in vi'-w thi: fact that the pi iiK'i pal object of the institu'e is to instruct t wither in I h i latest anil must improved methods of leaching. A meet ing of principals of white Mir iiialswill be held on the :!Ut !i day of June next at Austin, duiiirr the scs-ion of the (State Tiachers' ...

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. — 29 April 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1886. NO. 32 USTIN THE STATH. AlI lnvD ACTION OF THE KNIGHTS ON THE MAL. LORY UOYCOTT. tiEUKKV. THE IIOISTON Ml'IlDER KH, SENT Ul FOR LILE JICXAS ITEMS. A LIFE SENTENC E. Soedal Teh-cram to the statesman. JFmr-'Tii'N , A i rit 27.--The trial of Wux Gerky,.for t o killin" of I'll Evans, a cyprian, live mouths t o coiiiiT.rm ill yesterday aud ended to-day in a "vcYdV-.t ot nii-"tv nine years iu tlie ponitfiitiary. The j i r v were irmg all night, niiio being tor b i' "in"' i t was tie must dastardly murder ever c.H,inifte(. I.ere, s. looting her without a word of vnniti'. The defense was insanity. Tim H i-.vtoti Light Guards ate drilling three l-mirs liuii.v '. pit-puring for the Vicksburg drill on the lotii pro.-:. (iO'l' HIS DESERTS. Spoei::I T-degrum to the Statesman. San Antonio, April 27. Elliott Dudley, who as-ei-t'edAlf Burb.ge some time ago to play a cruel hoax on the former's sister, obtaining 73 on a forged telegr...

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. — 29 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. 'APRIL -29. 1886. STATE ITEMS. EXECUTIVE COMMITTED OF KNIGHTS EE AVE OA LVES TON FOR HOME. STR1KEK4 ARItKSTKl- AT J'AI.K-TIXE-MAIL, HOBHF.Il (T)N' VKTKI). Special Telegram to The Matesinas. Ualvfto. April H. Heavy rains vIMti'd this w tliin thin afternoon. Mmn. Iloux, !Stnitli, ('initially and Mark, com- irinlnir the executive com mittM- of district aewni ily No. TH Knight of l.almr, left (or their homes this mornlnif, after three days' apparently (utile labor over the Mallory lycitt or mine other matter. The presence of (he executive hoard at tracted verv little attentioo outside of a email cir cle of kniiihte, which demonstrates that the public Interest in the lalmr troubles, at least in the .al veeton hoycotl matters, ia rapidly waiiini.'. It in iinderetocid that the executive hoard wait unable to Uansact any business of importance hv reason of the absence of Master Workman Fanner, who as detained from beliif peut by I lie Fanners' Alli ance mee...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 29 1836. 3 Ha Hemorrhages. EsJSZS; Nose, or from any cause ia speedily con trolled and atopped. Sores, Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It is1 cooliiiK, cleansing aud Healing. To to lth 11 18 moBt effloaolous for this KdCLlal ill, disease. Cold in the Head.&o. "Pond'e Extract Catarrh. Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases, should be applied wiUiPond'a Extract Nasal Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation lias cured more cases of these distressing complaints than the Extrnrt. Pond'n Extract Plan ter is invaluable in these diseases, Luro bago, Fains in uack or side, e. Diphtheria, Sore Throat Use the Exliuct promptly. .Delay i; dangerous. Pi ) B I nl.IUeellnr or Itf-hlng. It ,G5 is the greatest known remedy; rap idly curing when other medicines hive failed. Poii't's Extract Ointment U of great service where the removal of clothing is Inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nippies. ?,r NI others who once used 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. — 29 April 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. 4USTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. ..AI'HILSfl. iwi HATKS OF SUHSCHIPTION. DAILY. jm month $ 1.00 lL.-ee months Bix month o.(i Tn month 1V.U) WEEKLY. r I j months t .M Twelve months l.ov Invariahi.y iw Advance. Pos tags free to all tiarte of the I'nited Statu and Canada. Remit by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, pcxWl nots, reiiintered letter or express Sample copies sent tree oa application. All Paper Dibcontiniiu at the Eximiution or thk Tins Paid roit. Subscribers will please observe the date on their wrappers. Subscribers wishing address of paper changed will elate In their application both the old and new udrees. MR. F. A. SCOTT ia In charge of the city sub scription department of The Statesman, and all complaints or notices of changes Riven to him, or left at this office, will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu larly, are requested to notify the office. Carrler Kiy re not allowed to sell papers. 6TATEHMAN I't'W-ISHINO CO. W. P. Cai...

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. — 29 April 1886

(r AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, AP1UL 29 18S0. r. a. V v r- t - I r 4 4 .W . I A 1 11 governmental; WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LFARNED AT THE CAPITOL YESTEll DAY. COMPTBOIXEB B OrFICE. The earn of $9,000 was deposited yes l" .terday with the treasurer to the credit of the permanent school fund, and $8,000 to gsneral revenue. . LAND DEPABTMENT. ; Some half dozen applications for land by actual settlers were tiled with the secre , tary of the board yesterday. I STATE DEPABTMENI. " Messrs. R. S. Mann, Jos. Nugent, D. Van Wert, J. T. Niohols and A. B. Byles, of i , Mansfield, Tarrant county, as incorpora- tors of the the "Mansfield Mills Cora . pany," filed their charter yesterday. Their capital stock is $10,000. Also the "Lampasas Improvement Com pany," of Lampasas. Its incorporators are Walter Acker, L. 8. Darrow, J. O. Rus sell, J. C. Matthews, F. R. Malone, George R. Taylor, C. N. Witcher and Henry Exall, and its capital stock is $10,000. EXECU...

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. — 29 April 1886

I g AUSTIN WEEKLY BTATESMAJ.. lliuiwuAi, Airman tn, aqq". " r . : ; i WEEKLY STATESMAN. TO THE PVBI.IC. My official relations and interest in Tin Btatehman Fobliahing compHuy censes with this edition of the paper. My constant attention to its editorial department nan materially interfered with important private and professional bum netts interests of mv own. I withdraw in order that I may give my undivided atten tion to the practice of law. I came to Texan to restore my health, which its fine climate has accomplished, and to attend to private intercuts and to practice law, I never intended to edit a newspaper, but for considerations proposed by my law firm I concluded to do so. The task has been a difficult one. Unacquainted with men and public affairs of the state, I had to be very cautious feel my way, as it were. I have done my best, and begging the public to take into consideration the en vironments mentioned, I leave with it the judgment on my course. If I have no complished an...

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. — 29 April 1886

'1 ) AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1886. it V ; if ? it St r ' i' i . t y. t v EXCLE SAM'S PRINT SHOP. THE LARGEST PRIXTIXG ESTABLISHMENT IX THE WORLD. HOW PUBLIC DOCUMENTS ARE PRINTED, THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD AND SPEECHES OF CONGRESSMEN. f pecial Correspondence of the Statesman. Washington. April 21, 1886. If the spirit of Franklin, the founder of the Att Preservative in America, is in any wise concerned about the progress of print ing, it doubtless keeps its silent vigils in, over and around the "Government Print ing office' in Washington. To say that this is the largest printing office in the world is, perhaps, a meaningless phrase, inasmuch as no other nation under the sun has its printing done as we do ours. It requires an army of twenty five hun dred men and women the year round to PUBLIC PKINTEK BOUNDS. ' :? turn out the work demanded by the oper t J . htions of cotitrrei-B and t lie several de partments if the government. The gar rulity of 325 house members, ...

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. — 29 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APKIL 29 1886. - . V,'" THE COURTS. TIIK IROCKKJIN(i OK TI1K IIIGIIRK COUIM'8. TIIK DISTRICT COURT AMI TICKS OK THE l'KACIi. JUS HUI'BEMK COItttT. Hon. Asa H. Willie, chief justice; Hon J. W. Stayton and Hon. Hawnie RohertHon associnte justices; Chun. S. Morse, clerk, Thos. C. Nye et nl. vs. J. S. Murmi from Wichitn county; motion to nfllrm on certificate submitted. TIioh. '. Nye et nl. vs. It. D. Grihble from Wichitn county; motion to nflirm on certificate submitted. C'hns. K. Wynne vs. TIioh. F. Hudson from Burleson county; motion for rehear int submitted. Kaufman it limine vs. Thos. F. Hudson from Hurleson county; motion for rehear in submitted. T. A. Tidtmll et al. vs. Win. Kiehoff from Tarrant county; motion for rehear uig submitted. Fore Worth Street Hmlwuy co-npany vs Hosedalc Street Kailway company, from Tarrant county; motion for leave to die transcrint by agreement submitted and granted, and cause submitted on briefs and oral arguments fo...

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. — 6 May 1886

3BK MAN. At ju: VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 6, 1886. NO. 24 w 'A. . il N' : . r r , c" ! .'I 3 2:T MILWAUKEE. GREAT MOT AT BAY VIEW, NEAR THE CITY "EX CITJXG "SCENES. A MOB DRIVEN BACK 1JY COLD WA'l Kl! BEING SHOWERED l l'OX THEM. 5Ii. mi;h.e, M.v 4. The l,70i) employes at tli Mi;waiikiH i-Si. 1'i.ul Kailwav cctmpapy's simp at' V'e.-t Mil i. e out, and' will not go back a til Ibev are grated eight hours' work at U'n hours' jjv. ' Tin w.'ill; out was .produced hy a cro-vd of other strikers, u io put in their appearance yes terday ami mad'- e formal demand upon the men f qt'U work. Tli- committee entered the foundry iiml iei'.ii sted all hands to stand in with the others for eight hours The German and Polish. laborers were ralht-r v. illii g to comply with the demand, 1 .nt the moulders nad nothing to Fay. After the committee h.id remained inside for ten minutes, vithout oninim.icatiinr with the moh outside, T.l.!,-U nuuroerii'. ubout 3iKt, the latter became im part, nt anil...

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. — 6 May 1886

2 flUJllil imumji - - ., GENERAL GORDON! HIS DDR1-S AT MOXT(iOM' ici:y,at.a.,on tiik foun i- IXG or A MOXUM EXT. GENEIiOl'S TKSTIMONY AS TO XOKTITKItV "OUIMOK AXI) MJL'THKHV HKKOISM. Mns-TiHiMLicr, Ala., April 2.-(-rn. J I! .Gordon. x l nlleil Slat n iialor fifim Georgia. aililrwil lame assembly here to-ilav. cat be red to witness the lah.(! if the fottfubitloii i.I a c-Mciieraie mon ument. After thanking flm roniiniMe mi imita tinn, the speaker rcfeircd I" the nriuiinflinira a "hietoric ground." "it wax the home of a rae ni latin;; the. red m" h. ceuliirie," the Spmiiih cavaliers pitched their Pn'a lure two centuries afro; it waa Hie prol-aWe birthplace of TenimM-h: but more than all, here waf l'iii the "ConCeder ate States of Aineiii a.' " "11th aniidet the praveis and hop.-,., the a-iiration and apprchen pious of a proud, bran-, free ami Ireeduin Im inn people, a christened ihe younx republic. iI'-b-lined to only four venr of nit ti-oric life a nation, hut to an ep-rtutir of rHii...

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. — 6 May 1886

3 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. MAY 6 18S6. Hemorrhages. EfigSzX Nose, or from Any causa is speedily cou - trolled and stopped. Sores, Ulcers; Wounds, Sprains & Bruises, It is cooling, cleansing aud HeaU.iig. rldPfh 11 is moor efficacious for this VaUU 111) disease. Cold lu the Head.4o. "Pond's Exit-art L'utarih Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases, should be applied with Pond's Extract Nasal Syringe. - Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation lins cured mora cases of these distressing complaints than theExIruit. Ponl Extract Plas ter is invaluable in those diseases, Lumr bago. Pains in Hack or Mde, &c. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Use the Exiiuct promptly. Delay is dangerous. Pl'oC H i'cl.Bleedlng or It-li'ii. It liltSt is the greatest known rniedy; rap idly curing when oilier medicines li ve failed. Puut's Extinct Oinlme in is of great service whore the removal of clothing is incxiiveuienl. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. av"e used The Kxti-ucl will nove...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 6 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 6, 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AtTlK TEXAK. TUCKS!) . ..MAY ', ItATKS OF UHSt lill'TlON. jp .nonth . Ln months Ml month Tveneiuontha $ J" i.:' , M ltl.Utj WKKKI.T. t l month Twelve months Invahubi.t is M.vani k. I'oeta; free to all -rti of the I nitwl Htn am! Canada. . Remit lv draft on Aiia'ln, P. O. money order, pottl note, msi-tereit letter or expren Hamuli-Coin,- iwut free m application. All Papkks IiitMosnsi'tu at this Exi-iiutiok OF th K Timk Paid roll. HulHHTllwre will please observe tlie dat on their wrapper. BnhwrlWre wihlilnc adi'reM of pai-er changed will tate in their applh ation hoth the old and new addrepn. MK. F,A. SCOTT la In charge of tho city auh criptlon department of Tint StatkkmaN, and all tonplalnts or notlcea of chant, Riven to him, ot left at thla office, will have prompt attention. Bnbscrihern who do not receive their paper retni- larly, are reqiiwted to notify the offlc. ( arrier xy are not allow'! t" 'II papers. BTATEM AN...

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. — 6 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, MAY G, 18S6. 5 T I Is THE COURTS. THE PUOCEF.D1XGS OF THE HIGHER COURTS. THE UISTKICT COU11T AND JUS TICES OF TilK l'EAl'K. 6UFKEME COUKT. ' A. H. Willie, chief iustice; J. W. Say ton, Snwiiie Robertson, associate justices; Chas. S. Morse, clerk. CASES A1FIBMED. Sallie J. Harvey et al. vs. G. A. Ogilvie et al., from Limestone county. Opinion by Stayton, J. J. P. Sickles et al. vs. W. L. White et al., from Wise ccunty. Opinion by Stay ton.J. Alamo Ice company vs. Yancey fc Fos ter, from Bexar county. Opinion by Wil lie, C. J.-V , Peter Nelson vs. Geo. C. Altgelt, from Bexar county. Opinion by Willie, C. J. ' I1KVEE6ED AND SKMANDED. Henry Hamburg vs. O. P. Wood & Co., from Wheeler county. Opinion by Rob ertson, J. Joseph Keener vs. Duff Moss el al.. from Hays county. Opinion by Willie, C. J. Joseph Keenen vs. Duff Moss et al., from Hays county. Dismissed without written opinion. W. A. Kerentz vs. Michael Hays, from Williamson county. Opinion by W...

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. — 6 May 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN, OS TO BANTKOI'! Six years ago, when Rockdale was the nearest point to Austin on the Interna tional k (treat Northern railroad for anbsidv of only f0,000 - the road would hare made a direct line to Austin instead of making a circuit around by Round Rnck. mure than a score of miles out of the way. But now, with the contemplated road rnnninis across from Taylor to Bastrop, it (3 makes Austin more of a way station than formerly. There is a direct connection on to Galveston and Houston across from Taylor to Eltfin, and saves all the circui around bv Austin. Austin nlno loses all that cotton which sh has heretofore gotten from Bastrop county, and if the road is ever extended to LaOrange, only thirty-two miles from Bastrop, which it is sure to do, a direct connection is umlu from the north ou to Galveston, Furthermore, if the contemplated road from Bastrop on down by Gonzales, Cuero an j Goliud to Aransas l'ass is constructed. Austin will lose the advantage of being on th...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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