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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 October 1886

F O It SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION am DYSPEPSIA U S E DR C McLANE'S -CEI.iEBKA.TEP LIVER PILLS ! PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURG PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. Tbe Counterfeits aremade in St. Louis. Mo. Most of the diseases which afflict mankind are origin- ally caused by a disordered ccfndi t ion of tbe LIVER For all complaints of this kind such as Torpidity ol the Liver Biliousnefls Nervous Dynpopaia Indiges- tion Irregularity of the Bowels Constipation Flatu- lency Eructations and Burning of tbe Stomach (flometimes cillod Heartburn) Miasma Malaria Bloody Flux Chills and Fever Breakbone Fever Exhaustion before or after Fever. Chronic Diar rhcea. Loss of Appetite Headache Foul Breath Irregularities incidental to Females Bearing-down St STftDIGER'S flURftWTIl ia Invaluable. It isnottt-panacea for all diseases but Splint? all diseases of the LIVER will wUnb STOMACH and BOWELS. It changes the complexion from a waxy yellow tinge to a ruddy healthy color. It entirely re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 October 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21 1886. 8 f . i I t ! ! 1 f ? t i f'! 5 ; : i I is ii i i 1 is GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE DEI'ARTMKNTb. AS EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEARNED AT THE CAPITOL VKSTEIIKAV. KXEtXTIYK OFFICE. The governor yesterday received official information of the existence at Biloxi Mississippi f genuine yellow fever and he immediately issued the following pro- cl imation: Quabantine Puoclamation 1)1 tiik Gov- kbnob of Texas. No. . 'I 1 '. To all to Whom these Presents sliall dune: Whereas It has come to the knowledge of the executive that yellow fever prevails in the town of Biloxi Miss. and Missis- sippi City and may develop in other places; Now therefore I John Ireland gov- trnorof the state of Texas do by virtue of the authority vested in me by the laws of this state hereby declare that on and after this date October lit ll'i quaran- tine Khali be enforced against the said towns and against all other places that are now or shall hereafter be infect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

AUSTIN WE MAN. VOL. XX. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1886. NO. 49 :ekly AXES THESTATE OUTRAGE AND CRIME NEAR LAliEDO THE SHERIFF INVESTIGATING. CRUSHED BY TIIE I' VllS AT RUSK ASEGUUN PREACHER is luck. A HOT BMC OUTRAGE. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Laukuk October 26 A rumor is current that a double rape was committed by two men upon a ranclmro a wife and dma'iler some miles away from H.iP city I ant Sunday r-.iglil. The aherifl et-Dt n posse otit to. investigate. CONVICT KILLED. ' Special Telegram to tlie Statesman. ltDKK October 20. This aft rnonn while Funk Gaeudlo n convict who lires the penitentim switch engine was barking ahead ot a train nf car? to ri't the switch his foot slipped and ho was run over by the th'Bt car ami mangled. Ha died one hour af'orwnrds. He had only about fix weeks mot" to serve and wasconsideral a good man by llifMirhcials. 'Til 15 PARSON'S i'Ul.E Spoeiii Telegram to the Statesman. San Antonio Octobtr 211. Rev. Dr. Moody pae- lor of the Presby...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28 1886. GREATSPEECH OF JUDGE TEKKKLL AT JJAS- TKOP OX LKADIXG JUEsiTION'S or THE DAY. TIIETAHIKF )AX(iEliSOF( Oltl'OK ATK I'OWKIt AND ( KM'ltAl.- IZATIOX IN THIS (iOV-EHXMEXT. Mv FKi.mw Citizens The pending state i an v drawn tn a. close ami here where in earlier manhood I sat as a indir- to construe law 1 have now come rn your invitation to discuss tin- policies nf government wiilcn creauyaw. n a uie-ioic. democrat of the strictest sect I esteem it a pnv i lege than to address you and to expound as 1 un dersland llieni the cardinal doctrines o( demo- frurv A frequent recurrence to first principles can alone preserve good government among men for when these are disregarded to bow iM'fore the prestige and nl mour ot niiiiial rank anil patronage servi- iity lakes the place of vigilance and corruption begins if my friends i shall express views to- Eight which are not in accord with what in termed the demands of progress let my offense lie con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. ' THURSDAY OCTOKKU 'iS 1S' raov in its platform solemnly declared: "The democratic party la tbe friend of lalior and the la- burin? man and pledges itself to protect him alike atiainat tne cormuraui and the commune." That ' pledge if patiem-e shall have her perfect way win yet be redeemed and it the national democracy cannot afford tnat jirutivtion nootlwr party can. Ail alontf the of its progress for nearly a hundred var it " shown its sympathy torthe millions Vl-.o .01 m manual labor. In ISiS in nati.iual o nv taiion it declared: "This couventiun Miiiputuize cctdially with the working men of the t'nited Mates in their efforts to protect the rights and interests of the workingmen ofv the country.-' In 184 the same national democracy declared that it favored "all legislation that would tend to the equal distribution of properly to the prevention of monopolies and the strict enforce- ment of individual risrhts against corporate .buses" - IlEEl'ENIXU THE Ul'I....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

4 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28 18S6. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. RATES OF SUIJSCKIPTION. O je month Three moatha.. Hi I months Twelve months.. Twelve months.. Six niunlhe HIM1AY DAILY. $ 1.00 8.50 5.110 10.00 . s.'.on . l.(A WKEKLY. Six immthn Twelve months 1 w Invai ia :i.r in Advance P tBe free to all parts of the United States and ;anao Remit 1)V draft on Austin. P. O. mony order costal note registered letter or express (sample copies sent tree iib application. AlX PAI'Kn DISCONTINUED AT TUB Exi'IBATION ivuv TnlM 1JAM FOH. bubBCrilwrc will please observe the date on their wrappers. flnrllr wiahlntr address of paper chanwd B'iafts Pntif by; it is only e evident iu will state id their appacauon nmn ui ...u a.m u . . o ou against republicans nud half-breeds Hint makes us dignify tho slander with this answer. 1 lie report is a willful lie out of the whole cloth mid we stand prepare to prove it. Calvin Sattkukiklp Peyton Bkown A MALICIOUS LIE MAILED. To the Public...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY." OCTOBER T8 886. 5 I. A SENSATION. 1 Why ia it that three bottles of B. B. B. 8re sold . . ."' . . 1.1 1 milir anil a Aliama lowne ui any uiuer uum icun:..j wice as much consumed in tne aiaie 01 neuria ) any other preparation? .So one need lase our ora nut Bimpiy as tne aruggwiB. ir Ho le. Thev are com Detent witnesses bis nouses a Atlanta are biivina B. B. B. in live and ten gross anil mime of tliem buy as oltn as every two (months. Why these unprecedented sales here at ihome with so little advertising? Modesty forbids lus making a reuly. Had B. B. B been before the "public a quarter or half a century it would not he necessary to be bolstered up with crutches of page advertisements now. Merit will conquer and down money. $100 WORTH $50000. For four years I have been a Biifterer from a iterrible form of Rheumatism which reduced me so low that all hope of recovery was given up. I have suffored the most excruciating pain day and nii'ht. and often whil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THC1ISDAY OCTOBEIt : 8 336 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. KAILItO.VD TIM K TAHLK. H. A T. C. RAII.KOAD. l'ASSENdKH TI1AI.SS. -Leav Austin at. 10:30 a. in. - Arrive at Austin.... MIX Ell TIIAINS. U.eave Austin at Arrive at Austin. KIIEKII1T THAIS'4. Leave Austin at Arrive at Austin 5:1.1 j. m 8:10 p. m :' n. m. r : 0 a. m. 4:1b p. m. A (i. N. ItAILKOAD. UKI'AIITl'IIKH. for the ."orih... or the Soutu ..111:.': a. m. .. ft : I ."i p. in. .. liM.'l a. III. . . ii:.tf p. in. AI'STIN t NOI1TI1WKSTEKS. Mall ami Kxpress leaves T ::t a. .iccoiuiiirvlatiou leaves -J::in p. m Mall and express arrivs 5:15 p.m. Accommodation arrives lmsd a. Bl'RXET AND MASON HTAtiE USE Laves Iltirnet 12 in. ArriveD at Mwn 12 p. m. " " Ilurnet 1 p. m. Ollira at Western lintel llurnet Texan. IIU11SET AND LAMPASAS STAGE LISli. leaves Ilurnet 1 p. in. Arrives at llurnet 12 p. in. Leaves Lainpaas 7 a. in. Arrive) tit Lampasas Hp. in. FAIRVIEW PA UK AND SOL'TII SIDE. IIAM.V. Kairview Park Omn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

r 1 1 FOR : SICK HEADACHE )t 1 BILIOUSNESS ONSTIPATION and DYSPEPSIA U S E DR C McLANFS OMIC -CELEBRATEI LIVER PILLS! PREPARED BY LEMING BROS. PITTSBURG PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The Counterfeits aremade in St.- Louis. Mo. The best and surest Remedy for Cure of all diseases caused by any derangement of the Liver Kidneys Stomach and Bowels. Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation Bilious Complaints and Malaria of all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of It is pleasant to the taste tones up the Istem restores and preserves health. It is purely Vegetable and cannot fail to fove beneficial both to old and young. As a Blood Purifier it is superior to all hers. Sold everywhere at $1.00 a bottle. m a l. A POlilTICAIi SERMON. "UNSTABLE AS WATER THOU Sn ALT N OT EXCEL." To ihe Voters of Travis County. My friends this text teaches indepen- dents a lesson. It tenches a lesson of con- sistency in the every day walk of life in our business social and religions relations. And as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 October 1886

ACSTI5 WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUBSIIAY.OCTOBEB r 1 "i GOVERNMENTAL' WHAT I fiOlXr; IX TOIK riKrAKTMEXTj. KPttftMK. iff WirT t.rAKKt at y fir. t.AVtuii. o.f. n.U Wvmh tr.i.i ro.i i furi". nowatty. rvtvrj 7rT"l.7 rfr.o-v ifjtfti(t.yr: irf.n. -f.1'iii. Th rwpv.ti v.it i .Vi.rVy of nh h'f.i in p-iul in Thr J V KiMrtfi. f.a tii-wiry 4)i.ifX0 v sr. ?.-bs of jrm rr.i. T' eor.a frt.ro'. ? jtr; p:.1 ;r.v sr. fwf. ..(fHt V to e-fXl.i! of jru.r; Tr. rvr of tat T-rv A .V-vsr. '- ITvt fcetirt.. I tauiM I Umn...-... j neih wter . I 11 WM.'U . j teniu-r ( A.'-4Hift .... i K.mni : ... I frft-tMiiv ! vt u!:n ....... ! to (... ! ?.VW . . I rt ..bier ; ii wni.r.-.n .... 1 'M"t ' p.tnt. ! Tr.i-.'j! ) ;te Ic..-.' v.i ."Hen vnr -a. . .tit 1 vr vir. A r ' nr 4.: v -vnt ...... .1..XWI m MM i.lHt n..'a p. tm a..w ir...KKi : y. i .an : .vm ; Ui . 1 1. 1 .. Hi." : If .1 H ') ..llfl I .A ' 5h wort i-to.it fcy Shm w waixaatuiy ai-1 THE IV I ARKFTS ti.Ui!.. Ti o lave-nr" if. r!irt ?..i.'..:vjr t'..Mn ';t.. i'r. Wfft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

AUSTIN KLY MAN. VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 18S6. NO. 50 WEE STATES H 'I T.j : ir - Oft Ml L .l.r. r. 7 0. -! W: u!iim 1; ra? ': lu ivy it 50: t -d i(i!t t dtti V tilled -luund. ires nl Unwed 3 wan ill tor 1-3 re- price ;tiona .!i ..7U Jc oil 01t.ll :c.v) :No. L'J; trail caL 5.. and iip'i . 'Ci9 tans f ins irkct lu- ll '! eik: jinn. "'S riccl tV.A rk-t (te- .'1 .t .llwJ is by ivo ELECTION. MAX Y hCRPRISES - DEMO- CRATIC LOSSES IX THE XOliTHEltX STATES. MORRISON AXD CARLISLE 1JOTII LEFT - REPUBLICAN GA1XS ix Virginia. SEW YOltK. Ktv Ynr.K November 3. The following have een elected to congress In the 'tenth district: iSpinela demoer.it Klcventh district; Mcrr.aman democrat Tbivieenth district: Wile democrat Fourteenth district; Stoplencker democrat Twenty-eighth district; Flood republican. CON0KKSSM1.N ELECTED. The congressional delegation torn New York state is probably as follows: First distiict Ilmmont democrat; e"c ind Canipbill democrat; third White republican ; f ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

ATTSTTK WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER I I ' I i BURNET. TERRELL DECLARES AS IN FAMOUS FALSEHOODS RECENT CHAKOTCN. A UEA I j INIUAN WAR D VNC.K THE DALLAS STATE I'AiK -STATK W1IJKMXJS. A Special Telegram to the Statesman. Ht iiNKT October SH. A cool nurtlit-r sprang up last niirlit and the weather bus continued rooi nil j!hv. with h co-id iirostiert for frost to -night. 1 he fnt will not hurt tlietarinersin this eei-tinn much as the top rop of nitlou ii about all gathered. 11AII.IIOAI) EXITHSION. Invitations to iiroinirient men in the state to vtuit it..m..t .in November 11. will h sent out to tmirrntv. tlin occa-ion being tilt1 Visit of the dif ferent railroad committees from (iatesville. Lam unci Austin to tills rity relative the extension of tlw Arkansas anil 'IVxbh railroad from (iatesville via Lampasas to this city and on to the gulf by way ol Austin. A I1KAUTY. The Sunday Statksman Hold like hot cakes on our streets and the typographical appearance and vuut Riiioiitit of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 18S& Hemorrhages. ll&z tlia Nose or from "any cause id speedily cou- hujjbu ana BLoppou Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises. It is cooliujj cleansing and Ileuling. ' C 3 1 3 11 h 11 is niot cmcacioun for this vuiui . ii disea80 CoW i th8 ji!adi&0. "Pond's Extract Cntunh Cure' specially prepared to met serious cases Bliould be applied with Pond' Extract Nusul Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia. No other prepnrntlon has cured more esses of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond1 Extract Pin ter is invaluable in these diseases Luiii' bago. Pains in Back or Hide. &e. Diphtheria Sore Throat Use the Ext i uct promptly. Delay is dangerous. P; " lnnMlln-niiip; or Itching. It IiCot is the greatest known remedy; nip- idly curing when other medicines lnve failed. Pond's Extract Ointment is of great service where the removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.KBe nscd The Extinct will never ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

AUSTIN "WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1880. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. RATES OF SUUSCIUPTION. DAILYl O.ie month $ J-jJ Three moathe . j-50 Blxmonths 5 T vulva months llJxfJ HI'tUllAY I1A1I.V. Twelve mnntlis S--1 Six innnlliH 1 !' WEEKLT. Six months t 's Twelve muuths ' Invariably in Advance. P jetKe free to all parte of the United State and Remit hv ilraft on AtiB'In. P. O. money order poetal note registered letter or express Sample copies sent iree on apiiauou. All Papers Discontinued at the Expiration ithx Timb Paid for. SubscrilHjrs will please observe the date on their wrappers. SuKscrihers wishing address of paper changed will state in their application botn the old and new address. MH. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of he city sun :rIption di-Hi"tirntof The Statesman and ali eomjjWuts or notices' of changes given to him or lft at this ofllce. will have prompt attention. Bubscrlhera who do not receive their paper regu larlv. are reouested to notify the olllce. Carrier b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 1886. " 5 A ; A SENSATION. ; ' l Why is it that three bottles of B. H. B. are sold In Atlanta to one of any other blood remedy and twice aa much consumed in the state of Georgia as any other preparation? No one need take our word but aimply ask the druggists. Ask the peo- ple. They are competent witnesses. Six bouses in Atlanta are bnving B. B. B. in live and ten grosB lots and some of theiu buy as often as every two months. Why these unprecedented sales here at home with so little advertising? Modesty forbids us making a reyly. Had B. B. B. been before the public a quarter or half a century it would not be necessary to be bolstered up with crutches of page advertisements now. Merit will conquer and down money. j $100 WORTH $50000. I For four years I have lieen a sufferer from a terrible form of Rheumatism which reduced me so low that all hope of recovery was given tip. 1 have suffered the most excruciating pain day and night and often wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 188(L 6 WEEKLY STATESMAN. KAILHOAD TIME TABLE. H. danger" by tat in? Mrs. Cleveland to Richmond. All tbU i the veriest bosh. i Cleveland is a slf-made man he ha von his own way in life. And uas only ued Liaiout a his secretary from the time he PULLMAN'S MODEL CITY. A T. C. RAILROAD. riw.ra tkai. wai qaa governor of New York a few Am 5AoJJ.'.'.:":!"ir.'.'Ifsi2 p. year ago. He won all hi advances with- xixed Tt:ji. ! out Lamont" aMi-tance he could dispense ' with bis itrvice with but little I-re Aartin at Arrive at Autuo p. rBtl'.HT THAI". REMAF-.KASLE ACHIEVEMENT OF ONE MAN'S BRAIN. Lr Aatin at.. Arrtv it Austin 4:1' i. in O S. RAILROAD. uiMart.uri. For t.e .rti. 44 or the fVri'o . . . .:i:27 . m . ( .3 p. m . .:;'i a m . f if p. ia inconven- ience. Orover Cleveland speaks hU con- i fiction at firt blush and need no pri- j '. vate aaiience with his paid secretary to' j enable him to make Dp hi Diind. Bat i then I.atnont is a gKd peg for r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY. STATESMAN IURSDAY NOVEMBER 4.1886. F O li SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION a DYSPEPSIA IJ S JE DR C McLANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS! PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURG PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The Counterfeits aremade in St. Louis. Mo. The best and surest Remedy for Cure of all diseases caused by any derangement of the Liver Kidneys Stomach and Bowels. Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation Bilious Complaints and Malaria of all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of It is pleasant to the taste tones tip the system restores and preserves health. It is purely Vegetable and cannot fail to n-ove beneficial both to old and young. : As a Blood Purifier it is superior to all thers. Sold everywhere at $1.00 a bottle. WHI9K-ST- h In flnvnr mild and'elegnnt In taste. It does contain one drop of impure orl. Being a genuine -ley Malt Whiskv it presses much nutriment ! is a fine tonic for use In malarial sections. It tly prevents attacks of Pneumonia. A sp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 November 1886

8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1886. iLj GOVERNMENTAL Af O M E M ITEMS CBoTorn IEAD- ffgl HJ P ' ! Inflrmltlea DeeuUar to their sex. bould try Mr. I J. . nancOCB Uieu hi. 11 ilF 1 n lift r 4 l.Jj k. " 1 . j sr -Bi" ta"h ' " "u 1 CREAM-'. Sundav evening about 7 o clock Mrs. Ill ... . " .1.1 l A..! I n - vt. j. Ldneman suuuemj uluihdu WHAT IS GOING OX IX THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OF YVAIIT learvgu t r.i i c vii rot. YESTERDAY. WAS STATE LAND BOAUU. Secretary Lnurence yesterday turned over the papers in several lease cases to the attorney-general. Ten applications to purchase were re ceived. The receipts were $200. Secretary Laurence yesterday received two bids to purchase and none to leaHe He deposited with the treasurer $2rf0. Secretary Laurence of the state land board received four applications to pur chase yesterday. Receipts on purchases were $800. STATE DEI'AHTMENT. The Bastrop fc Taylor Railway com pany tiled in the department of state the following amendments...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 November 1886

X. WEEKLY nn ATESMAN. VOL. XV AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY KOVEMBEK 11 1886. NO. 51 k3 JL TH EST ATE. A L1TTI7E GLKL FALLS IX THE F1KE AND BURNS TO DEATH. irjiur:u sear iiempstead--ab- I'.OTT AND MILLS' MAJORI-TIKs-IIARE ELECTED. GALVESTON THE STANLY CASE -A FOUL MUIi- DER MYSTERY d pedal Telegram to the Statesman. UAi-vE-n'ON November 9. The casiof James rtUinly ij. W.1I. Sinclair and James Xianey the jury rut u;i- il a verdict this afternoon linding for the pluiniitf damages to the amount of $'2rilHl. The former- jury found damages in the same case aiiiouiiunglo i";8()0 but this verdict was reversed by the siioenie court. Plaintiff Stanly occupied a -.mill coth.ge on leased ground which was claimed l.y the 1 Inlveston City Hallway company who eum- Dim ilv tore tin; house dow n arid piti bed in the street in onK r t ) lev its track. The company's title to the. la:. I pn..il defective and while the'jury found the ucuitil damaiges were only $i.O it is said the lawyers fee; &n expense i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 November 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11 1880. LASTECHOES. FURTHER NKWS FIIOH THE NORTHERN AN J) W EST- KRN ELECTIONS. LOOKS SLIGHTLY BRIGHT FOIl THE DEMOCRATS IN SOM K OK THE WESTERN STATES. INDIANA. REPUBUCAXS attkmptino to STEAL THE LKGISLATUKK. lNDiAKAPm.il November A Eod deal of lo- cal excitement 1h prevailing here In political circles over Ihe alleged ciiiiilmi: out by the democratic canvassing uoiinl of Mr Irvine republican candi- date for jiuL'e of fie criminal cuurt On the face of the return Irvine liad a trooil majority but when the eanva-s was completed hie democratic competitor Aver was declared elected by Beventy- one otes. Durliii! the canvass of the vole a num- ber of disputes occurred over erasures and change in tally sliecH an.l all 'hese were decided in favor of Ayera. The republicans charue thaUlieciiati'CB in the tally sheets were by the order or at least by the consent ot the canvassim? hoard. The count was the subject ol excited talk anion!; the republic...

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