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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 September 1881

THE .WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY SETT 81881 1 - m 1 " TERMS FOB THE WEEKLY : SuWrlDtion for twelve months 12 00 Sulncrljitlon for six month 1.2.) AttTertleln- Bates t Square Iw w3wllm mjmj 9m ly One $1 7 Cti Ti $n $ 15 I S Two f 3 4 8 11 1 ts 84 Three 1567 .SM5M rotir Klve ft t 10 11 18 4S M 70 MX S 11 11 8 W i y. col 8 U 14 1 1ft S e 86 100 Half col 14 18 l 1ft K 90 150 175 UU tol tn 80 40 (W 75 150 0 PEICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. Ia riew of the bard times the price of tlie Whkly Statesman will hereafter lie only f'2 a year; ft. 25 for six monthM. Now la the time to subscribe. Thk duty of every man to go to the Dolls and vote for Austin on Tuesday U recognized. The people of Bastrop are going to vote solidly for Austin. Let ua add all we can to their votes. Senator Hill's wound caused Ly the recent surgical operation has healed and lie calls himself a well man again. The colored bishops of the South ern .Methodist Episcopal church have arrived In Loudon to take part in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 September 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN.' TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT 8 1881 Local and Other Matters. .Fame Soulsmitb a colored man was arretted Saturday for fait driving. He remitted the officer and yesterday waa lined 10nd coats for ao doing and 5 and coata each In two casea for fast drlvln He aettled op and left a sadder but wlier man. Sunday aome lour or hve of the colored female denlzena of the tint ward living in the neighborhood of Clabber Alley kicked up a flrst-class row aud vigorously pummeled each other for aorue minutea They were arrested and yesterday fined t5 and coat each. The letter of the comptroller la regard to the university fund published this morning under the head of "Department Notes" demolishes the assertion ol the v. voluble Mr. James P. Doutrlass. that hr la" nnt nmrlnt flinil avail. - . V .. 1 1 1 ... ..! ! t...tt.lCH. y " S UUI1U IUV UUIVCIBIIJ UUllUlUjjai T 1 t.L.a a h.irinh .tro.m .rtlr at T. en minutes to flow from the Hotel t nswlck through the sewer to the er ; a four...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 September 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. ..SETT 81881 TEXAS FACTS AND FANCIES The cotton crop of Fanniu county will be very short. Tho town of Piano has been en- tirely consumed by fire. Coal has been discovered in Gon- zales county at a depth of lorty feet. llorso stealing is more prevalent in north Texas than ever before. A coal oil lamp explosion was the cause at Sherman of Mr. ConalJy's death. The tax rolls of Dallas county show a valuation of 6000000 for the year of 1881. Jleury Lain of Giddings owns a mocking-bird which is eleven years old. The taxable wroperty of Wise county is $3350000 against $1800000 a year ago. It is said the Sabine aud Western road is to be built from Houston to JSnbine Pass. The Sunset road has presented the Columbus oil mills with a pair of $800 railroad scales. Corsicana has established a cotton exchange. Our little neighbor is oue of tho finest cottou points in the state. The Texas and St. Louis railway in reducing passenger fare to three ccuts ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 September 1881

- .0.. ttj 5 ? 0 s-XS A BAD BREATH may re.ult from aridity uf in iwhikd or inira oiiioiinoeee. ill eltner ON HI aoee 01 Tarrant's Seltier Aperient administered according to direction. will aun- plant thle anpleaaant companion with a eweet and healthful nna. It la aealino corrective peciall y euliablo fur warm weather and leave tne 1jate.n1 etrnng to do it work of reeupera- BOLD BT ALL DRCOQISTS. epl-d&wSw THE SEVENTH ANHOAL EXHIBITION OF THE CAPITAL STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL BEHELD AT THE Pair Grounds AT AUSTIN TEXAS Oommenoln'g October 18th. 1881. And Continuing Five Days. Running: and Trotting Races Every Day. Walking Match Third Day. -3-MILE EQUESTRIAN RACE BY LADIES Filth Day. Liberal Premiums offered ou ex- hibits. No entrance fee charged on.tuiinala or articles en- tered for exhibition. Railroads will Carry Passen ' gers& Freight to the Fair at Reduced Rates. For further particulars refereuce is made to the premium list which has teen revised and can be had on applic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 September 1881

f THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY SEIT 15 1881 TEEI3 FOB THE WELTI! : fnbtcrtptlon for twelve months 3.00 bubecriptlon for lix month 1.2ft Advertising Bates t Square lw tw Jsw 1ml m jsmjsmjata ly One Ti it J $7$ 6 I 8 $ 11 $! Two t 8 t 8 11 1 15 84 Tbm.. 1 B I 7 U 1H ft (0 Poor 6 8 I U IB 80 Five 6 7 10 II U ft 45 M 10 Six 6 8 13 13 90 80 60 8ft 80 Or. col 8 1 14 16 15 8 60 8ft 100 Half col 14 18 10 ft 8ft 66 W 160 175 On col 8 S 88 n 60 75 ISO S PBICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. In view of the bard timet the price of the Weekly Statesman will hereafter be only 2 1 year; fl.25 for six month Now It the time to subscribe. In 1799 the population of St. Louis was 925. Half the counties of Georgia have local option laws. A new medical college is to be opened in Baltimore this month. Gambetta is a freetrader and in- tends driving the war against pro- tection iuFraace. John Kf.lley puts a chip on his head and dares the New 1 ork re- organized Democracy to knock it off. The star ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 September 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. .TEXAS. TnunsDAY sept lmssi Local and Other Matters. ButUjr and eggs are lu demand. Tbe former owing to tbe dry weather ud coneequeut damage to tbe rmge it ex ceedlngly hard to get bold of. Tbe official ceniua report of that blessed little Tillage Tyler wu received yeaUr- day. Tbe population la 3400 and at toe election tbe other day ibe polled ao it la aid 800 votea. Thursday night Officer Sublett arrested two suiplclou character! on Eaat Tecan treet. Yesterday morning they were up before his honor tbe mayor and granted twenty-lour houra to leave town. In the room of Kuppersberg tbe man who suicided Friday night two empty laudanum vials were found and the opto Ion obtains that ne attempted to poison himself Wednesday night but took an overdose of tbe poison and threw it up. There are sixty-two telephones lu use in thlsclty. There are over forty wiles of wire up and In a abort time roauy miles more will be put In position. New instrn xuanta have beeu spo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 September 1881

! r THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. . .SEPr 14. 1881 TEXAS FACTS AND FANCIES Galveston landlords aro raising rents. The Timet wants a public park in Scftuin. The Dallas daily Gazelle has han- ded in its checks. Laredo is going to have a Presby- terian" church edifice. (ialvcnton policemen now get $75 per mouth nu iucreaxe or $15. Denison will eclebrato its ninth birthday on tho twenty-third. Wcatherford has a comprens com- pany with a capital of $70000. The Hebrews of Waco have erect- ed asyuagogue costing $12000. A Dallas marble dealer is inspect- ing tbfi marbles ot San Saba county. The cotton crop of Wharton coun- ty is reported to bo good and free of worms. IIill6bnro is on a boom in conse- quence of the approach of the Mis- souri Pacific. The Texas and Pacific road laid fifty miles of track during the month of August. Calvert boasts of having been spared a speech 011 the university question. The annual election of o dicers of the Dallas board of trade took place M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 September 1881

A. I ..J V ' . t. ' 7 0 S 5 si I p o - b 5 g u S r a Is V k P v n h U h-I dJ o g s $ A BAD BREATH may n-nlt from acidity of io tonmcD or irom Diiioiitni-a8. in etur cm a faw duaea of Tarrant's SolUor Aperiont. admlntttcrad according to direction! will tup- plut lb nnpleaaant companion with a weot ad haalthfnl one. It U naallna corrective apacla'lTinttable tor warm weuflH-r and laivra the i;iUd etrocg to do lta work of reaaura- tiOD. SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS. pl-dAwaw CURES ' 1 LSADiNd aciiNTiiTa or to-DAT eirt-ee tant moat dlaeama are canacd by disordered Kidney or Lirer. If tanreinre the Kidnera and Liver art kept In perfect order perfect health will be the remit. Thin troth haa Oi ly leen known a ahort time and for rear penplo auU'ered grvat agony wtthont bcinit able to And relief. The a dlicovory of Warnor'a Sale Kidney and Liver Car mark a new era in the trcmnient of these trouble. Mad Iron) a eimple tropical leaf of rant value it coutalnt Jnut the elrmenia necea- aary to noarlab a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 September 1881

X 3 d en T V 1 THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT 22 X881 . liuurciTECfniLi: gubsurlptlon for twslre month. . Subscription for tlx month Aavenialasr BtlMi ...3.00 ... 1.26 aSm'tea m Ij Sqaar ...'fl tt84f 5-$111S AM t wo ..... Threw... Four.... rw.... Ma... . Ur. col.. Calf col. Una eol. R 11 It 84 v n IS! M 1& tu 11 tftl tut ) M M 70 BO ino 35 45 60 60 0l lit SS 85 56 III 15' 190 MCE 01 TIE TOUT IEDDCID. la flaw of the hrd time the price of ik WatiXY Htatksuan will hereafter be only fi a year; f 1.S5 for nix month. How I the time to subscribe. OcR.telegram tertiting. . are Intensely in- Ai.bfu.dy the Arthur administra tloala in force. Thk English turf men are sick of American horse. Buas ha written too much. It is worse than "shooting ofl' one's mouth." Thk ' Appletous have kold over $300000 worth of Mr. Davis' con fsderattr history. . . i m Gov. Wilts has been in northern Texas and U now on his war to western Texas seeking health. L. U. Rcavij has gon back on St ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 September 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUbTIN. .TEXAS. THURSDAY. .SEPT 2-.' 1861 Local and Other Matters. ' Breadstuff continue to advance id price and bid fair to be quite high durln the winter months. Bid for erectlag the addition to the Lunatic Afjrlum were opened yesterday but the contract will not be awarded un- til some time to-morrow. I (George wniianis ooiwiuiswuuintj mo demand for nanus was up ueiorn ui. nonor me mayor -e of vagrancy. He wu fined $5 and rosts and will work It out on the streets. McFleluT colored wa arrested in mi a warrant irom noys eounty. lie was charged with theft or hottea andwaaaent to San Marcos yes- terday. The . capital state lair next month promises to be a most creditable exhibi- tion of the agricultural resources of tbis section or the state. Every latwer should have something on exhibition. The blgb price ol grain caused uo eud or trouble among government contractors la this city and all or them we believe went back on their contract ud the government was compel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 September 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. .lllUKSDAY. ..SEPT 231881 T3XA3 PACTS AND PAN C IE 8 Dallas wants printers. El Paso is 775 foci above tide water. Fort Worth bas two flouring mills or large capacity. The cotton crop of Bandera coun ty will be an average one. About Sweet Ilome land is chang ing hands at from $8 to f 15 per acre. In the neighborhood of Sweet . Home it is thought half of the cotton crop is ready for market. The Waco Examiner admits that the defeat of Waco was for the good of education la lexas. Fires in Mcuh a county have been quite destructive and much grass ana rencing nave oeen lost. The Missouri Pacific railroad will run trains and sleeners direct from Waco to bt. Louis by tne lotn. Mr. Pierce bas accepted the prop osition oi tne people oi ironzaiea to build them a tap from his main line. The Cass county fair will be held at Atlanta in that county commeno jug irciooer i uu coauuuuig mree days. Mr. James Duncan of Castroville had his arm torn literally off by the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 September 1881

3 J 9 CO - is 0 0 4 ft UJ P o rt o CO 0 0 u 0 (Q 0) P 0 -6 0) M o a z o 0 B S 0 . o o z r- co ui a. UJ a: o X H o o THE SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OK THE- CAPITAL STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION WLL BKUKI.1) AT THE Fair Grounds -AT - AUSTIN TEXAS Commencing October 18th 1881 And Continuing Five Days. Running and Trotting Races Every Day. Walking Match Third Day. 3-MILE EQUESTRIAN RACE BY LADIES fifth Day. Liberal Premiums offered on ex- hibits. No entrance fee charged ou animals or articles en- tered for exhibition. Railroads will Carry Passen gers & Freight to the Fair at Reduced Rates. For further particulars reference it made to the premium lint which has been revised and cau be had on application to the Secretary at Aus- tin Texts. JOHN HANCOCK Pres't K. t BARTHOLOMEW Soc'y. nun ilJtwtl A RAD BREATH tna rcHnltrroni acidity of the etonukch ur from iiillnnaiu-a. In either raa ft tow Uoe of Ttnut'i Seltxtr Aperient adinlntatrrvd arcordlna; to direct lourf will mp- plaut Uil unpleaaaut co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 September 1881

i THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. IHUUSDAY .SEIT 29 1881 TEEM TOR THE WEEKLY : Subscription for twelve mouths.. HubsrriptioH fur six months ..$3.00 .. 1.25 Advertising Hateat I m'&n'ftm Mqttare lw tw 8w lm If I I '.-i I Hue Two.... Three... Konr.... Five.... M... . (Jr. col.. Half col. Oue col. t 1 1 1 3 f 4 B 6 U $ IS t I ill I I II l U M 7 U in f ar. fio 15 Jft 4S 60 11 18 IS 48 te TO 13 k) so 60 eft M 1 5 V SO 86 1U0 K SS ! 90 151) 17S I 4 6o 7& lau tau auo "l l l 5 7 10 ft 8 til 8 13 14 14 ml ul tS Si 8Bi PRICE Or THE WEEKLY BEDDCED. Id view of the bard time the price of be AVkkkly Statesman will hereafter be ouly t'l a year; $1.25 for hIx months. Now In the time to subscribe. Jay Gould's locomotives are on bemler. Ri'hhki.l Sage confides iu the couservatlHin of Mr. Arthur. Hai President Garlield lived till the 19th of November he would have been fifty years old. It is understood that Hal (Jeiger ha been elected to the legislature from KuberUou county vice K. C. Mobl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 September 1881

J. fV' r V THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN.. .TEXAS. THURSDAY. .SEIT 29 1881 A gentleman from the country brought in a bair-brecd Norman Ht.illion ycster day. In ppc arstice be wan as heavy as a thoroughbred. We understand this cross It now a favorite with many of our lock meu. r reel not No 2 In which Is situated the town of Manor held a local option elec- tion on the 30th with the lol lowing result: For local option 2i Against local option 21 The citizens ol Manor and vicinity are vtdently strong temperance folks and doubtless are bppy. Fair Nntm. Just four weeks and then the fair. 'Ihe races will be the most Interesting ever ran at any previous lair. Ladlei who enter articles for exhibi- tion can have tbelr names omitted Ironi the list of exhibitors If they desire it. The race track Is in fine order and is being improved daily. A half dozen or more racer are ou the grounds In course of training. All the buildings will be thoroughly renovated aud put in tplt-udid condition for exhibi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 September 1881

1 THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN.. .TEXAS. THURSDAY .SEPf 29 1881 Texas Facts and Fancies Frost 19th. in Masou couuly on Iho Tha San Antonio fair bcsrlns No vember 1. Local option was defeated in Del ta county. Mrs. Wilkins of Dallas is grdu ally turning to stone. In Harrison county nearly all tbc cotton has been saved There arc 160 pupils iu attendance at the Columbus acaueiny The pecau crop of Texas this year is not wortu uoawiing anoui. Bcllvillc is to Lave a new and commodious school building. The last reported victim of kcro scne was a negro girl at Dallas. Dallas .iavs her oflicials in the neighborhood of $2500 per month The C'aiital State Fair at Austin begins Tuesday the 18th of October Miss Currio Mills a daughter of Hon. H. Q. Mills has becomo Mrs. J. 1. Wood Thk people of Victoria want the machiuc shops of the l'ulmer-Sulli- van roads. The anti-prohibitionists in Lama couutv will not contest the recent local option election. The contract to build the (Jonzales taD road to c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 October 1881

c 03. 0 BE! 1 h a o 3 ia " g o Mtf- f 0 t I 3 0 3 s s THE SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OK TI1E- CAPITAL STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL BEHKI.D AT THE Fa.ii Grounds AT AUSTIN TEXAS Commenping October 18th 1881 And Continuing Five Days. Running' and Trotting Races Every Day. Walking Match Third Day. EQUESTRIAN RACES BY LADIES Second and Filth Days. Liberal Premiums offered on ex- niDiis. xno entrance leecuargeu on animals or articles en- tered for exhibition. Railroads will Carrv Passen gers & Freight to the Fair at Reduced Rates. For further particulars reference is made to the premium list which has been revised and can be had on application to the Secretary at Aus- tin Texas. JOHN HANCOCK Pres't K. C. BARTHOLOMEW Boc'r auH dAwtt TUTTS PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS CLERGYMEN. AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. 8YMPTOMSOFA TORPID LIVER. IjOM of appetite. Nauneabowe1eoaUT8 . Falnln theHead.with a dull aensutionln ' ffaTback part tmn under the ahoulder-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 October 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. 1 UURSDAY. . . .OCTOBER 6 1881 TTEIS rCS THE f EHLT : Subscription Tor twelve month fl.00 ubserlpUon for tlx month 1.23 AaverUaiac BatM I Dqaare lwjtw tw lm m tma m 1; Two fS4k8 11lHIAM Thna lo67 1ln565u Poor I I I I 11 16 4S 10 Five S 1 10 11 18 K 46 66 TO biz t Riiiatuau Ao 6f 80 ox. col 8 u 14 it is r ao k uio Hailed 14 11 0 K 85 66 90 180 176 On cM 1ft r SB 4ti K 76 150 mo im or he ieeily buded. In view of the bard time the price of he Wkkklt Statesman will hereafter be only fl a year; fl.33 foralz month. Now la the time to subscribe. Tub Democratic press seems to isTor Hon. T. F. Bayard to fill the position of president of the senate. It is said that Ouiteau is engaged to be married. At any rate he w ill shortly be led to the halter. 8ciator Mahone it is said will sot rote with the Republicans in the rganizatlon of the senate. Tour Uncle Solon Chase doesn't want any more fashion in Maine Mtd a great many people will agree with him. Col. Fred ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 October 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .OCTOBER C 188 Several children on Onion creek have died from dipthcrl-tUuriugibe it week The disc-ate It It laid wu of the most malignant form. The large atone residence uortb of the capital known aa tue'Hempbill reside nee waa aold yesterday at public auction. It waa knocked off to Dr. J. II.Fieda be bid ding four thouaand and ten dollara. And now tbe (ialveaton Am will bave to wrestle with aeveral caae for alleged libel In tbe diatrict court. Tbe cane will come up during tbe preoent term of tbe court. Tbe contractor to build the Auatin & Nort.hweatern railroad the reporter waa Informed last night would put one hun dred and aixty teama at work and put tbe road through aa rapidly ax possible. Tbe Statesman regret to learn that tbe little child aged nine months of At- torney General McLeary waa seriously acalded yesterday morning by the acci- dental overturning of a teapot. Tbe old woman who waa bitten a abort time ago by a prair...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 October 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN... ....TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .OCTOBER 6. 188 FOREIGN NOTES. iff np TEXAS FACTS AND FANCIES. Julnety divorce caei are on the Dallas docket. Collin county fair will open on wie 4in oructooer. The city council of Fort Worth will contract for water works. Much stock is being marketed be cause 01 me nig-n price ot feed. Hojr; and hominy will be scarce in aauwgiun county iiiis winter. Texas papers generally are urging janners 10 sow ail tne wheat they can. The News boasts that San Saba is doing more business than ever be fore. . The Presbyterian Synod of Texas meets In Brenham Thursday Octo per o. rori worm expects to tret a branch of the Texas aud tit. Louis railway. The cotton crop of Cherokee county will bo about ono bale to seven acres. There is earnest discussion at San Antonio about the establishment of cotton factory. a. u. juciNeeiey was killed by a man named Phillips in a gambling - uouse at Aiarsnau. Contracts for grading the Texas and Mexican railway...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 13 October 1881

THE STATESMAN. .WEEKLY DEMOG James William Bonnell and William rouniaiu. xucaa aro pumpinir air down to them and lmvn all tinnlj 11 IU diqginsr for them but it is believed iu uo liupoBsmio io rcacu ineiu uo- 'f "iev are su (located uy the gas. RATIC QMA AT 03. oi Q)2 CO u i- 0 0 LU GO o z o o a. a z z o o z r- co LU Q. c Ui X o Ul X H CD P P Id 0 0 M O P 0 0 0 (Q 0 P u C d at 0 W 0 3 o o THE SEVENTH ANNIIiL EXHIBITION OF TIIK- CAPITAL STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL BEHELD AT THE Fair Grounds AT AUSTIN TEXAS Commencing October 18th 1881 And Continuing Five Days. Running and Trotting Races Every Day. Walking Match Third Day. EQUESTRIAN RACES BY LADIES Second and Filth Days. Liberal Premiums offered on ex- hibits. No ent rance fee charged on animals or articles en- tered for Exhibition. Railroads will Carry Passen gers & Freight to the Fair at Reduced Rates. For further particulars reference Is made to the premium list which lias been revised and can be had on application to the Secre...

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