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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

AXJST EEKLY CL XYII: AUSTIN. TEXAS THURDSDAY MURHIHG. MAY 10 1S88.-PAGIS $ TO 12 HO. 24 IN W STATESMAN iff I .TEXAS TRADE. Kansas City and St. Louis Fight- ing for Its Possession and the Result. Fa iring on a Lino to Aransas Pass Cotton Belt Coming to Austin. :; -; liTeleersm to the Statesman. Dallas May 7. Knowing ones say that r!it- tight is waxing warm between St. Lotj'iaud Kansas City for the south- t it'irn tradeand that Texas is to bebene- Jitti .i by the fight. President Lott of the Arausas Pass is nnder oontraot to bpgin M e bui'ding of the Aransas Pass by June I. and ran to Austin by September 15. President Fordyoe of the Cotton Belt.is now in Texas looking to the intertst of St. Louis to an immediate con- ii."jiion at Austin. Colonel Stores w '. e road th" Kansas City ai.d Paoifio is buildirg from Kansas City : nnnHnn mifh' f.hn Denison and J If V ithita Valley railroad above Denison thr-. e roads nnder the name of the Kansas iiinl Arkansas City Railroad oompany so ns to g...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. ' HTATK.SMAN reilUMUl.NU COMPANY. . p.... . Prwrtdent BATES OF KL'HSCKII'TIO. daily. One Year (Invariably In advanc).... till month " " ' Ttire- months " " One mouth " " " IVMUT IIAI1.T. Twelve months Six months m ....Jin tin l! Ml . . 1 .. f i 1 () WKKKI.T. Six months - Wwklun i. ntlta rtai!e free to til par'a of the I M'ed 8tt.-e ai.d Canada. ... . ... .. ..a. nrrf-r. U..n If hv rirnf t nn AllwTin. I . v.. it- . potl note. roistered Mtr or express. pl. ant free on app Urntion. Sample Twelve Pages. Dom rt)iioof Brazil who iB very old ii fHriouHly ill at MiUu. i ..... likA iw.il.'HtriiuiiHm it) to ba the next craze. Witness the soents at Mad ison Square garden Holiday night. lr the Nashville Democrat knows as little about the plan of slvnlion as it does nbout the wool interests of Texm it will lie a long time before the Democrat man Teaches religions headiinart-.-rs. Bihmabok in his interview wilh Carl Schnrs faid the peace of Europe mut be mainta...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 10 188S 11 'II & 9 THE EXTRA SESSION. Continued from Puj;e 4. Senate. From Sunday's Daily. There was no session of the senate yes- terday pursuant to adjournment of that body Friday till Monday. Rous J. House mot with the speaker and a quorum present Prayer by the chaplain. The house geological bill came up esthe business ponding from yesterday. Mr. Bell of Cooke moved to postpone -to take np another bill. Carried bnt the house refuged to suspend the rules. Mr. Browning moved the previous ones tiou on the geologioal bill and Mr. Bell moved a call of the house. Absent Messrs. Battle Bell of Denton (iresaam .Latham Kennedy and Wood Mr. Latham returned. Mr. Ellison moved to excuse the ab sences. Lost ayes 35; noes 63. Thii checked consideration of the geo logical bill. House bill No. 37 came up in regular order fqr final passage. It amends the law by adding article 4674a relative to listing for taxation property temporarily removed trom the sta...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

a.. THK FLYING DOVE OF PEACE. A richly fro.-teele1uiverir.t' fly inn Dove. A dream cf Life screen calt-ntlhr. An im- ported ideal head. An imported fronted snow scene acd a full set if npguificeDt floral cards. Fonrleen artistic pieces. Sent to anyone who will buy from a elmij- jjist a box of the ennire Da. C. M'Lanh. a (.'klkmutid Livkb Fills (price 25 oIb ) And mail ns the outside wrapper from the box with 4 cents in sti mps. Write your Rddrens plainly. Flemmino Biios Pitts- bubo Pa. Dr. C. McLane's Liver Fills are a euro cure for Hick IJendache BiliousuiHH and Dyspepsia. Ihey are peculiarly Rdapted for ladiei and are absolutely safe. Pre- pared from the purest materials. u NIMlKflKIlKN'TEO ATTIfVCTIOX Over a Million D.stributed. Capital Prize 300000. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated oy tne legislature In lHtiH for Kcl- rattonal anu Charitable purprmnn ana Its iran-e-hlce made a part of the preieent State Conslltu tlon Id lw'.ii by an over helming popul.r vote. Its Gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

WEEKLY nn 'ATESMAN. VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURDSDAY MORNING. MAY 17 1S88.---PAGES 1 TO 8 HO. 25 AUSTIN S INGERSOLL. . The Great Freethinker D all vers An Oration Over the Late Rosooe Conkling. Tdo Usual Brilliant Sentences and Rounded Periods Ketro- . spect of Slavery. Albany N. Y. May 9.-rFollowing ia Colonel Robert O. Ingersoll'u oration over HoBooe Conkling: COLONEL INOEB30LL's ORATION. Rosooe Conkling; a great man an ora- tor a statesman a lawyer a distinguished citizen of the republio; in the zenith of i s fame and power has reaohed his jour- r iy's end and we are met here in the city 0 ' his birth to pay our tribute to his worth aad work. He earned and held a 1 :oud position in public throughout. He blood for independence for courage aad above all for absolute in tgrity and his name was known and honored by many millions of his fellow men. The literature of many lands is noh with the tributes that gratitude ad- miration and love have paid the great ivid honored dead. These t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

- i WEEKLY STATES3IAN. ACSTIS. TJJXA8. STATESMAN PCBUSUISG COMPANY v l. a. euj Ere!!n In T. Pbtob - - lce-Preelilmt Fttoh Bbo - - - Secretary W. K. lliur Uenerml In' Twelve Pages. RATES OF SUUSCRII'TIO.N. CULT. One Year (invsrUbly In dvnc) ? fclx monlhi " " " " Thro months " " " f ' One month mm" 1 "J SUMDAT IUILT. Twelve monthe r bix months - - WKKKLT. Pit months Y D Twelve rauntha 1 Potire free u til part ol the I nited States sad CKMnU hj draft on Anotln I'. O. money order poeul note reentered letter or express. fcamDle optet sent free on a;p Ucatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. F OR DISTRICT ATTORNEY I am i demo cratic candidate fur district attorney. Jul 11. bTEWABT. "WTK are authorized to announce Hon. Geo. W V tilasecock of Ueoryetown as a deroociatl candidate for state eenaior of the Twenty-four diet let. Tiii matching of the Chicago boodlers to the state prisoa at Juliet yesterday was a triumph of law and justice. Boodlkism isn't so very fanny after all The supreme court of Illinois yes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

I WASHINGTON. Townshend of Illinois Makes a Speech ia Favor of Tariff i Reform. Another Dissertation on the Tariff Policy of the Democratic Party. FIFTIETH CONQUERS. BOUSE. Washington May 12. House met this morning at 11 o clock. On motion of Mr. Logan of Louisiana (he bill was passed extending the limits of the port of New Orleans bo as to in- clode a portion of the parish of Jefferson. ' On motion of Mr. Rogers of Arkansas senate bill was passed granting tight of way through the Indian Territory to the Fort smith and El .Paso Kaiiroad com pany. The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill and Eaugen ol Wisconsin concluded his speech in op pesition to the bill. Mr. Townshend of Illinois spoke in support of the bill. The issue he said was not between protection and free trade. The only issue raised by the bill was whether congress would reduce a high tariff created during the war which was wholly unnecessary now and produced distress amone the masses ot tne people T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 17 1888 THE EXTRA SESSION. Full Proceedings of Both Houses Yesterday. Bills end Resolutions Introduced and Passed Yesterday Other Matters of Importance. 3enate. From Tbursciav'a Dally. The senate met at 9:30 o'clock; quorum present and President pro tern Woods in the chair. Prayer by thechaplnin Dtctor Smoot. Beport by Senator Jarvis for finance committee A substitute for senate bill No. 4t being en act to amend oivil statutes regulating the foe of tax collectors. Senator Bell reported back noose bill No. 48 for correction. The sptcial order was taken op it being senate bill No. ' 24 regulating the collection of taxes on per- sonal property and determining the nntnre of the lien of such taxes. The senate got tangled np on amend- ments to the bill and hung fire in discus- sion for two hours ill the amendments were voted down. The bill was defeated by 13 ayes to 15 nays. Concurrent resolution to get the Texas delegation to insist in congress and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 17 1888 5 v CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. TP The New Depot. Mayor Nails has received a latter from Mr. EJwia Gould under date of May 4 which states authentically that the new union depot will be bfgon in a' very few days probab.y before the close of the drill. The Capitol Received. The fall board met the capitol conti act- or yesterday afternoon atd all the details incident 10 the reoepiion of the oapitol In its inoompletn bat al- most and virtually finished condition were disouestd and 6 e tiled. The contractor and the oapitnl board then signed the document of transfer of the building to the oharge of the state and Texas is in charge of the finest state capitol bnildiag in the anion. The state reserves 800000 aorej of land it being 10 per cent of tie oapitol lands which are to be he'.d back nntil the entire completion of the balding under the terms of the ntiirinsl pnntri.nfc. TKo &tafa uiDina 10000 aores of land on account of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

0 CITY AND COUX TY. FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY.. Another Cashier. Mr. R. M. Fnrror of the Merchants' baak Atlanta says to hive inon-y is to nave it. In tlio ose of Dootor t lgeri liuckli berry Ccdial for nil bowel troubles he saves doctor' bills and prevents pania of suffering. Legislative Notes. The ofHcere of the hiuse pna'ed with muriluge certain roles of the house en the orctly door facings. Tne legislature will adjourn Tu.sdsy. Heun'.or Houston gut that nmnidii.eat to pay county clerks tor recording school lands tacked on the appropriation bill yextnrday. and it was a just one. Tin i-euate asset! to third readily jes- teiday the l.onse bill provhiiig f r me.th'r Asylum to be hunted in South- west TexiiJ. The bill nom. how sne-ms tj be in so:newhat if u jumble as there is a inotiou pending in the house to reooa- xider the vote assing it. UDdor the cir- cumstances some of the iiiembt-rs of the house will call it back from the seun'e to- morrow. BLIND INSTITUTE Concert By tho Fupilp ut W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN DAILY STATESMAN. MAY 17 NERVES! NERVES!! What terrible visions this little word brings before the eyes of the nervous. Headache Neuralgia Indigestion Sleeplessness ' Nervous Prostration All stare them in the face. Yet all these nervous troubles can be cured by using (elery fiibound I For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. THIS GREAT NERVE TONIC Also contains the best remedies for diseased con- ditions of the Kidneys Liver and Blood which always accompany nerve troubles. It is a Nerve Tonic an Alterative a Laxative and a Diuretic. That is why it CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL. $1.00 a Bottle. Send for full particular. WELLS RICHARDSON & CO.. Proprietors BURLINGTON. VT. The best and surest Remedy for Cure of -ill -J n ...1 .1 1. ir nnir flAmnfrpment l)f c inu uucnwB vouku j j ! . ... . . t : Wa Liver Kidneys stomaca una ouweis. dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation BHioua Complaints md Malaria of all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of 19 1 El It Is pleasant to the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

PURS ltH')irliir htwwiiii rwi M n Win mss f or mr thin sqiinrtrtrof cntnry. It It ed by the L'nltd Status Uovnrnment. ttudorsed br the hewls of ttie Ureat Univurattlmi aa th 8tronKM' Purest and most Hxaltliful. Dr. 1'riceV Cream Ilaklni; l'owtlrir dona nut contain Ammonia Lime or Alum. Hold mlr In Cana. PKIOa BAKINd HOWDKR CO. u NlMtKCKOKNTKl ATTII ACTION Over a Million u strimuea Capital Prize $300000. Louisiana State Lottory Company Iriwirporated ny the ueirislsture In 1WIH for Ed- cstlonai and (Jhailtnble purposes unci it" frnn- chise mail" a part of the prtwnt Plate Constitu- tion in inJIl hy an over he inline populir vote. Its (irand Single Number Drawings take place monthly and the Orand Quarterly Drawings regularly evry three montha (Mitrch June Sep- tember an 1 Lecenilier.) "We do hereby certify that we anper- vise the arrw-eiiien; f..r all the Monthly and y.iirtrly Drawing of the Lionul- ana State Luttnrv Cnr.;.anv and In pera'n manure and control the Drawl'inrs themselves ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

WEEKLY mi ATE II VOL XY1I. AUSTIM. TJBXAS. THURSDAY MURN1NG. MAY 17 1 S88.---PAGESTOT2" HO. 25 STIN 8MAN r EASTTEXAS. Terrible Assassination at San Au- gustineJames Hunt Slain by George Wall. Causes of the Killing Counter- feiters Going West From Texarkana. Special Telegram to the Statesman. San Augustine May 14. James Hunt deputy sheriff was shot and killed by Geo. W. Wall one btill entering just above the' heart and passing oat between the shoulder the other entering at the npper part of the right hip and passing oat about five inches below the navel. He died in a fen minutes. When the shooting ocourred B. J. Lewi? sheriff ran tip and Wall as sisted by his brothers V. C. and L. H. Wall stood him off with drawn pistols as they did others uutil they could get oil Wall is shot iu the foot but not seriously The sheriff and posse have made a raid for tne walla but failed to find tnem. uii was a fa mill mu and Hunt a stookmau International Headquarters. Speckl Telegram to the Statesman....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. eTATKS.MAN PCBMSUING COMPANY. L A Ei Hi" " Preli!ent 1KB T. Phyi'ih ViW-PrwIllMlt pto hiuik - I W. K. IJakbt Uen.ral .Wnniicr KATES OK SUHSCKU UO.N. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In dvnc) 1 1 m Mix ninnih " " " V." Thro- nmnth. " " " 'J - Ouenumth " " " tl'NDAT DAILY. Twelve months f'-' Six months 1 "J WEKKI.Y. Six months S" Twelve months '5 1'imUm free lo all parts of the united State tad CanKfln. . Kemlt hy draft on Austin P. O. monevorder poetnl note reifldtered Mter or expreee- Siuiie oplet sent free on a Ikatlon. Twelve Pages. THE TARIFF HILL. A Washington dispatch says this morn- ing that a resolution has beeu adopted by the hoTise catting off debate on the new tariff bill nftor Saturday. Whether dis- cussion is limited or not it wi'd amount to about the fame bo far as the bill becoming a law is conevrned. All along the defeat of this measure in the senate or any other legislation looking to tariff reduction has been as certain as the fate of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 17 11 THE EXTRA SESSION Full Proceedings of Both Houses Yesterday. Bills and Resolutions Introduced . and Passed Yesterday Other Matters of Importance. Senate. Ft m Sunday'a Doily. " Boll call quorum present; prayer the chaplain. by Senator Baker by request introduced a bill to repeal the drummers occupation tax. Senator Macmanus introduced a bill to provide for the investment of unexpended balanoes of public schiol money ia the bands of oounty olnjera. The bill to provide for the return of any portion of the available school fund to the state treasury was engrossed. The bill creating a board of arbitration to settle the Greer county trouble waslaid before the senate. Senator Houston thought it was wall to let well enough alone. Texas now had peaceable possession of the county and nj complaint was being made. To foroe An arbitration Greer oounty may be lost to Texas forever. Senator Lane concurred and spoke for cibly against the bill as useless...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY- MAY 17 1888 12 i 'i 1:1 t M TJIE FLYING DOVE OF PEACE. A richly froated.quivering flying Dovo. A dream cf Life screen calendar. An im- ported ideal head. An imported frosted snow scene and a full set of magnificent floral cardH. Fourteen Brtlstio pieces. Sent to anyone who will buy from a drng- gist a box of the gennine Du. V. M'Lank's Celeouatcd Livkb Pills (price '25 cts ) and mail us the outside wrapt er from the box with 4 cents in stumps. Write your address plainly. Fmkmino Enos I'nn bciio Fa. i Dr. 0. McLane's Liver Fills are a euro j cure for Kick Headache Bilionsness and j Dyspepsia. 1 hey are peculiarly adapted for ladies and are absolutely sale pared from the purest materials. Fre- u N" IMCKCKHKNT KI ATTIC A CI ION Over a million uninuumu Capital Prize $300000. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated oy tne legislature In lKiiH for Kd- ratlonal una Charitable purposes ind its fran- chle m a. lo a part of the pri tu-iit Watt) Constitu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN . WEEKLY TATESMAN. YOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 31. 1S88.--PAGES i TO 8 NO. 27 8 Y ADJOURNED. The State Democratic Convention at Fort Worth Finishes Ud Its Labors. List of Delegates to St. Louis. The Compromise Plank Uni- 4 versally Endorsed. 6pecial Telegram to the Statesman. Fobt Wobth May 23. The demooratio state convention was oalled to order this morning at 10 o'clook by the chairman Bon. J. W. Throckmorton. The first or- der of business was additional reports from the committee on credentials whioh reports were read and adopted. ' On motion Ernest Koebig of New Brannsfels the editor of the only demo- oratio German paper in the state was in- vited to a seat on the stage. The next order of business was the elec- tion of fonr delegates from the state at large to the St. Louis convention and Mr. John Henderson of Brazos connty pat in nomination Oeorge Clark of MoLennan oounty whioh was the signal for the moBt enthusiastic oheering. Mr. J. W. Bailey of Cook...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 May 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. APBT1S. TEXAS- xi Dirnt IRniNQ COMPANY. BliilDa." - ....... . President XrZSESlr General Manr " KATES OF fcUBSCBU'TIOS . DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) W JJJ mx month. " ;; I Three month. ;" Jft SUV DAY DAILY. j m Twelve moothe : tfJ fill months " Pli month. j .j T Poeta ftJS'li' ail p'ara oV iie if nited HUM aid C& by draft on Au.tln P. O. or.W poetxl notJ rleU-rwi I"" ' pre. Sample oplet sent free on aip llcatlon. ANJOUNCEMENTS FOR DISTRICT ATTOHNEY-I m a demo- "t'candldaU for J&1B Jndldate SSmh f the Twenty-fourth dlatrUt. Twelve Pages. Mb. Blaine by his last interview ha more befogged tbe eituation than ever. Toe politioal situation begins to essnme a deeper interest as the canvass ap- proaches. ' TnHiiK is due WOe t beautiful feature about the new dcmocratio platform its brevity. But its perspicuity is as remark- able as its brevity. The muuioipal government of Peters- burg V. yesterday passed into the hand of the democrats by a fine majority ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 31 1888 3 EXECUTED. 'Six Thousand Persons Attend the Hanging of the Wife Mur- derer at Anderson. Denies His Guilt to' the Very Last Other Sensational News ot the State. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Navasota M iy 26. William H. Roe the murderer of his wife by poisoning was hung at Anderson the county seat of Gritaesoounty t j-day. Ten minutes after 2 o'olock the death warrant was read to him in his cell by W. S. Neblett depnty sheriff. At 3 o'clock accompanied by Sheriff Scott and deputies he was con- ducted to the soaffold one mile south of town. He was perfectly oalm and persist- ently declared his innocence to his spir- itual adviser Reverend Dootor Pharrar who read his statement upon the Boaffold. Hh statement reviewed the chief points brought to bear in the court of conviotion and determinedly and positively declared his innocence. He appealed to God in the presence of the' vast audience present to testify to the truth of his words. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY MAY 31 1683 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Married. Elder Junius Wilkins of the Christian church last evening performed the mar- riage ceremony which suited and made happy Mr. Paul Richon one of Austin's popular letter carriers and Mrs. Emily Martin. Portrait Gallery. In the library of the new capital build- ing are hand-ome portraits of all the governors of. Texns together with por- traits of several other distinguished Texans. Thes works of art it U Miier- stood were executed by Mr. W. U. Huddle the eminent artist of Austin. Married. Mr. Andr.w J. Zilker of the Lone Star Ice works was married yesterday morn- ing at the residence of the bride s father to Miss Ida Picht daughter of Mr. Chas. Pioht of Austin Rev. E. B. Wright of the First Presbyterian church officiating. A large number of friends of the contract- ing parties were present and extended hearty congratulations for long life and great happiness. After the ceremony a brief receptio...

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