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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY MAY 31 1S88 II CITY AND COUXTY. V FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. "All the Way from Pike." PoBtraRB(er Johnson has reoeived a lttter from Thomas Vandigriff, of Pike oounty, Mo., asking for information concerning his brother, George Vandigriff, who is sop posed to be somewhere in thi9 part of Texas. - Will Probably Not. It is reported that the supreme court in tends moviDg into their new quarters in the new capitol this week, but the inter ruption to the court necessary to remove the large library will doubtlees prevent their removal. Bobbed. The little cigar store between Carl Mayer's and B. C. Wells' jewelry stores was robbed, between Saturday night and Monday morning, of thr:e full bxes of cigarettes, amounting to nearly $10. The police were notified and have a suspioion 89 to who was the party . Jk Boj Missing. Sunday evening a boy, named Alex. Feuss, aged about 16 or 17 years, left home saying he was going to a friend's house. At night he did not return, a...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 31 18S3 12 i r . J' 0 I i I t R if i i Financial and Commercial. Orncf DiiLV awd Wfiki.y Stite-mak, i Autin, May '."i f Trads affairs remain quiet and, for the moat part, tincbanged from last we?k. T ere Is a moderate but firm d-mand In the wholesale trade, and re til era ari doing aa much aa usual at this time of the jear. Th-re la a fair business In grain and feedstuff f, and aba In provision). Ilutter and ere", which fli:tu ate more thin any other article of very-day use, have cone down o bed rocii prices, la consequence of the market having leen over stocked for drill week. Itoth are now lower than for tni last five years in this market. FIN JLU CIA Li. (Silver coin Mexican dollars .. . Mexican halves... llaxlran miftrtAFM pai Til 1 Vi.rl ...i-l...,, ... hj.nl:erR... It 1 re to dlflC New Orleans exchange W pre to ! dlsc'i tialveston exchange a P' " oi HnnrU a eirhanire a '." S '""V bt Louie exchange ' ' oac Money. Maw Vowt, May 21'. Money o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

1 S 1 I i ft ' naj1 w a w I . H ft I -2J k VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1S88. PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 2-tt-: ft ' a I l a ?1 T?4 6v U fa J 1 DECORATED. President Cleveland Present and Reviews the Decoration Pro cession at New York. "What He Said to the Reporters. The Ceremonies at Washing- ton and Elsewhere. New Yobk, May 30. Deooralion day opened cloudy and warm. Business was almost entirely suspended, and the custom house and postofllae were only open for a few honra for the entry and clearance of vessels. The city bore a holiday appear ance, flags flying at half mast from pub lic and many private buildings. All statutes in and about the city were decor ated with flowers and flags. Sport loving patrons attended athletio games, base ball matches, horse races, regattas and other amusements, of which there was an abundance. The procession was one of the largest and most successful that has ever turned out on a similar oocasion and, thousands from a!l parts of the oity ...

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. — 7 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 7 1883 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXA8. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. .... . . fTMfcient V.tS.,"h.t."' H ATES OF lU USCniI'TlON . DAILY. On Vfr (lDVriHbly In tdviinc) V" J" ?-?.!!:.,.' - ;. ":::: 53! i; moutb 1 tUMDAY DAILY. , m Twlv months '? Six niuntue WEEKLY. Six months i !g TpX'iCu; iii V"tV of' lie i?iiWd .nd CTinU by draft on Aottlo. P. O. mW pot.,l note, raftered letter or express, bsmpie ppli sent free on app Mention. ANNOUNCEMENTS. IOK DISTRICT ATTOKNEY-I am demo- F cr.tic cmUum ir Ewakt. I ITK sre uthn.wi to announce Hon. Geo. W. nnuldma lor elate senator of the Twenty-fourth dletilet. Twelve Pages. "AUhTIS'i SHAME AND THE STATE'S MISFOKTUNE." Under this heading the "Texas Land and Immigration Journal," a weekly paper published in Dallas, and of whioh Mr. John F. Elliott is editor, had in its last issue a most Bhameless and outrageous im peaohmeut of Austin. After indulging in a number of platitudes and a great deal of cant, its edi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 7 1888 3 THURMAN. The Old Koman Suddenly Loom- m ins Up for the Vice-Presidency. Gathering of the Democratic Clans at St. Louis Folitioal Gossip. St. Louis, Jane 2. The Pacifio coast delegatus have been working quietly but rigorously -to-day for the temporary chairmanship, and they bel'eve that thiy ill land it for Gevernor White. They aave called upon each national committee man that is now on the grounds and have leld him until an answer was given. The delegation report that the answers of fifteen memhers of the committee have irespondsd favorably, and had there been more members here they would have more i votes pledged. Chairman Barnaul, of the national dem l ooratic icommittep, arrived early this I morning, but could not be seen. "J Congressman Scott, the Pennsylvania f member of the committee, reached the J city this morning. To an Associated S Frees reporter ' Mr. Scott said that aW i though he had as yet no conference -with the few mem...

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. — 7 June 1888

1 T HfiJT'1HrcWLi "V. CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Complimentary German. A complimentary german was given at Firemen's hall onl'oesday night to Miss Bettie Thompson, of Victoria, and Miss Julia Thompson, of Coero, Tex., which was one oi the moet sociable events of the season. . Fine Beef Cattle. Mr. R. T. Hill will ship this evening to Kansas City a train load of oattle, of the finest class that has -ever been sent from this market. They wiU be weighed at 9 o'olock this morning at Higlers stock pens across the river. Musio in Capitol Park. During the summer it would be a pleas ant recreation for oar citizens to have music on the capitol grounds. If the ladits will take hold of it (as they have done In time past) it will be an assured success. We hope they will, and without delay. , , Some Beans. Tbe Statesman has been shown some splendid specimens of striDg beans.raised by Mrs. Lloyd in West AuHtin. The pods are folly eight inches in length and well filled with excellent ...

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. — 7 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JUNE 7 1688 LETTER FROM JAPAN. From Minister Hubbard to a Citi zen of Fort Worth, Treating ot Matters of General Interest. Exhaustless Markets mlthe Popu lous East for all Our Goods Not Needed at Home. Fobt Wobth, Texas, May 29, 1888. To the Editer of the Gazette: Dear Sir My apology for offering yon for publication the enclosed oopy of a letter reoeived by me from Governor Hub bard is that it treats of matters of gen eral interest, and especially calls attention to the importance of building np the mpnnfactnring interest of Texas, so that we may reap some of the benefits of oar large expert trade to Japan. With oar foor outlets to the Paoifio coast, cheap coal, and oar native "grit" and "pluck," I predict that it will be but a few years until the name of "Texas," now made known to the Japanese by our worthy representative, will be to them as familiar as it is in Great Britain. Very Respectfully, Thomas P. Mabtin. Legation of the United States, ? To...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

I'm V WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUKSDAY. JUXE 7 1888 TTCTTV CITY AND COUNTY. FBOM SUNDAYS DAILY. Ball At San S-iba, To. Statesman acknowledges receipt of an invitation to i's staff to be present at a amod bMLaua supper, iu uo .li.. .I.irrnwis Of OtlU OdDIU HI vuo w n ylace on Tuesday, June 111. . Looking at Texas. During the lat month, May, about thirteen hundrtd s'gt.ntore-i were Bigned at the headquarters of state immigration. The following names were autographed yesterday: Max Maas, Galveston; Loui Maas, Galve,ton; John M. Jouts, Sara , toga, New York. Put in Jail. Yesterday, Alice Street, one of the demi monde of the First ward, wai op before Justice Calhoun on a charge of dealing about 3.50 from Ida Stotts and M itdda Barnhatt, two other damsels from ihat ward, bhe was bound o r to the county court aud failli g to give bond vm put iu the oouuty jail. Took Him to Locknart. The sherifl of Lockhart day before yes terday brought in and lodged iu the connty jail a Mexican whom he had oap ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 7 1888 7 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 btftured by using bound 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 Piuretic. That is why it CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL. $t.co a Bottle. Send for full particular. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors. BURLINGTON. VT. 1 The best and Barest Remedy for Care Mil diseases cansed by any derangement of g tha Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Bowels. dyspepsia. Sick Headache, Constipation, I I Billons Complaints and Malaria of nil kinds I yieiu rtauiiy tome ueueuceui muueuce ui. It Is pleasant to the taste, tones op the , ' c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY '-'MHW. HIUKSDAY. JUNE 7 188S Bab h Skin ami Scalp Cleansed, VurlfleA and Beautified by Cuticura Remedies. ( ur oldest child, now six years of age, when an Infant six months old wis attacked wlib kvliulent. mallirnant fkfn disease All erdinary remedies falllnK we called our family phybidar, whu at tempted to cure it; out it spread with almojt la credible rapidity, until 'the lower portion of the Utile fellow's person, from the middle of hia hack down to his knees, was one solid raeh. ugly, pa n fill, blotched, and malicious. We had no rest at nMit, no peace hy day. Finally, we were auvlsed totrvthe CiTici'iu KEMKints. Tne effect was simply marvelous. In three orfour weeks a com plete cure was wronght, leaving the little fellow e ieraonaiiwhlte and healthy as though he had never lieen attacked. In my opinion your valuahle rem edies saved bis life, and to day he Is a Strom:, healthy child, pertestly well, no repetition of the disease having ever oirurml. OfcO. KhMllli, A...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

WEEKLY nn 'ATE YOL XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1S88. PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 28 AU STIN 8MAN - ri ORGANIZING. The Grand Lodge of the Demo cratio Party Effects a Tem porary Organization. White, of California, Made Tern porary Chairman, Who Makes a Speech. A Fight Between the Protection and Revenue Retorm Wings of the Party To Get Control of the Committe on Platiorm The Re formers Triumph. Watterson Downs Gorman, and is Made Chairman of the Committee. The Thurman Breeze Develops Into a Regular Cyclone, Sweep ing Everything Before it. The Bandana Handkerchief Em blem of the Old Roman is worn Everywhere. St. Louis, Jane 4. Delegates, altern ates, political clubs and politicians of nigh and low degree, arrived thick and fast this morning, and St. Louis to day has assumed a crowded oondition that is always nsnal daring national conventions. As early as 7 o'clock this morning the union depot was packed, and all daring the forenoon at intervals of five and ten minutes regular a...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AIST1N. TEXAS. ls- HT TKSMAN ri'HLISIUNti COMPANY. j LA. Ei.up, 1st T. Pkvur, -CYToN Biu, vv. K. Hajibv, ... IT""'"! herniary ; General M""f j RATKS OF SUHSCIUI'TION DAII.T. dap Y..r (invariably In advance) ! V , mFmonttn ' Ttire months " One month Sl'NUAr DAILY. Twelve months "ZZfi w ! KEKKtr. nil moniiiB ... 1 Twnlve months :::. :.:;;- :.j ! ' 1 CsnX ' Jlt!LJ' V r 1..- i Twelve Pages. TUB bT. LOUIS CONVENTION. Yestorday was a day of great excitement and enthusiasm iu the national demo cratic convention in session in tit. Loui, and all the excitement mid enthusiasm centered and was focused around one oc cirtioa or one part of th"dnties ot the convention, that of nominating a vice president. il cnndidate. 'there never has been auy question but that the convention wnnld nominate Cleveland to succeed him self, but as to the second name on the ticket there his for many mouths past been the gravest discussion and an iulluite Amount of log-rolling. As it now turns ou...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY JUNE 7 ISSa 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY. Death of Mr. Woodson. Mr. J. P. Woodson, examining clerk in the comptroller's office, died Sunday night from the effeots of a severe oold. His remains were taken last evening to his home in Brownwood oonnty. Deoeased was a member of the Methodist churoh. Be leaves a wife and two little children. Deception to Bishop-Elect Grant. The pnblio reception to Bifhop-Elect A. Grant, who will arrive next Friday, will be given Friday night at 8:30 o'clock in the district conrt room in the court boose in stead of the temporary capitol as at first noted. The public are oordially invited. Judge Turner's Funeral. The funeral of the late Judge E. B. Tnmpp iMa VArv lnranlv nttpnrlprl Knndav j- " j - e"rf evening from the family residenoe, 2204 San Antonio street. Rev. E. B. W right officiated in the ceremonies at the resi denoe and cemetery, at whii-h latter Judge Hancock made an impressive eulogy on tne cnaracter...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1888

-0, 'V AUSTIN WEEKLY STA1ESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 7 1888 12 I.V i. APPALLING. A Dreadflal Calamity Befalls Hock dale Eleven Persons Perish in a Hotel Fire. Names of Some of the Lofat The Disaster Enveloped in Mystery. Special Telegramjto the States man. Rockdale, June 4. One of the most horrible calamities which any community could experience has befallen Kockdale. This morning at a few minutes, before 4 o'clock the Mundine hotel, a tbree-story brick building was found to be afire, and according to those who were first on the ground it was all on fire at once. Inside were thirteen souK only two of whom escaped alive. Dr. W. A. Brooks, the proprietor, was pulled out of the burning building with his hair and beard singed off aud otherwise badly burned, leaving behind him his wife and four children who perished. Mr. J. F. Briscoe, with wife and two children, also perished. Mr. Isnao Crown, of the firm of I. Bum 4 Co., also periled. Mr. 1'emberton Pierce, representing the firm of Geo. H. Z...

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. — 14 June 1888

nn a nn VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MURHING. JUKE 14, 1S88. PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 29 AUSTIN WEEKLY GLEYELAHD. He u Unanimously' and by Ac clamation Renominated by the St. Louis Con vention. ENTHUSIASM UNBOUNDED ! Brilliant Speech 38 by Collins, Dougbovty, McKenzie, Be fore tho Assembled MuHUuie. I.Ui-HTI'OOT TA1,'8 FOR TEXAS H3 Promises tho Lorje Star State Will Koll ITp 300,000 Majority. THTi PLATFORM. C.'oTBlaivrs Ko-.-;age Endorsed as tV.3 Traa Exponent of the D .i caratio Position. ACLUATIKG SPEECHES. Thiirmau of Ohio, Unanimously '.ftcnnui'i-itr.l i'jr Vice-Presi-c'.ent ol t he United SUtes. S.- .1. a :wvm il ilnt.'oi-ii' I.irll.'T The i.-.-.t.i- wis, J.i l.ruj'v' to ti'S i commit 6. The convention ,hia morning owing, rraoted meeting of the a last night and its at 9 o'oloek to-day. Hiti-nrx'-:' L,,l CMUI" :t:ea and the commit t .9 i vi.ii ia s',ni::' the seating arrange rrvt.it of she hall :V. . ' vidently gallant peo ple, : the laOtioH v. . re the first to get into ton bui'di...

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. — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THCKSDAY. JUXE li 1SS8 nTnTTV ITFQATA Y democracy to power is a first and great ) LL JVLI 0AiriOJlA.,step toward that resnlt. Thii 8tep will AVST1N. TBIAS. h t.kn this fall wih Cleveland and STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, r. a Fun. President Iri T. PRtOB, PlTTOS IiUOWN, W. K. Baubt, V lca-Prelrtf nt Secretary General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year (Invariably In advance) t'n lln fc.lv mnn(h ' O ' Thre months " " ' ? One month " " " w rSDaY DAILY. Twelve months I; ' Six months. 1 ui weeklt. . Twelve in mthsV;7V!!"7:VJV;V!V!V;7""'''". l Poetaae tree to all parta ot the Lnuea w Kemlt hy draft on Atrntln, P. O. money ordor, p... uou-, - - oplei sent free on.ai Ucatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY I am a demo cmtlc candidate for district attorney. Ju II. Stewart. I1TE are autnorizen to announce Hon. Geo. W. V (ilafecock, of Georgetown, a a democratic candidate for state senator tif the Twenty-fourth dletilat. Twelve Pages. THE WOliK OK THE CONVEN...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 14 1883 WASHINGTON. Interesting Debate in the House od the Flax Paragraph in the Tariff Bill. i Sharp Sparring Between Eayner, of Maryland, and Reed, of Maine. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. HOUSE. Washington, June 9. The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill, the pending lines being those in rela tion to flax. Mr. Browne, of Indiana, argned in favor of maintaining existing duties on flax, asserting that the average duty, 28 per of nt. fas among the lowest imposed by law on Imports. Mr. Gifford, of Dakota, and Buchanan, of N w Jersey, also Mr. Mills, defended the) bill and deprecated efforts made by others to distort every attempt at revision iuto an abuse of the poor. Mr. Lind, of Minnesota, a republican, who has heretofore supported the bill, made a plea for the protection of the linked oil industry, which would be, he said, injuriously affected by the removal of the existing duty on linseed. He told the Missouri demoorats that the s...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 June 1888

ircTTV IVTFTv'T.Y STATESMAN. THITSDAY- JUNE U lS i - i 1 1 ! i i' !' i ; in ! Fir-t J-w for an t.'j3r, at d er-.p.-.M.zsd :. noi.t.c;-.; I eiped-eicr of a todera'e tiri? flicy. iV-.Ue he" c.i-iierei t.'t to-; cm -f i democratic m"-" ia N-.w York micr. j bet'er low t.3 tr.ey wre fotir ye& a-o. j he rg4r is I-.d.&L sid he sppi.a'ei t., I Seti'.or Tcpit 'o col-.". hi r"l-.-'.-.er.t New J..sy an 1 Conec'idt ci'.t,tf-'. j aid he woi.d hi74 lo .lone of hi- &:' ' rrr;iig tr.tra txp,n a tar.; lor revei-.e only p.atf M-. . Oomtri egre- J .:. catic-is ,.:.it t'e - litforr:. of i-4 wis tie one sj-oo which Mr. CUvel- r. i w elected: hit lt V?''':p: J t.'j.T.W.&'.iO& aai m fior-..n ".t J, hii b'r'rE cot-'.r. cor:.se itn i. if:. "AV.troo r'.-poLJ'; J: The jl of foar jei.-i! o. he ?!), ?'. zed o acttp.! IJ corc: rrw!,:.ior in the cor.veB'ioc of IM &dTo4.'- hi ''W K tfo.-m i :r oa '. ir."o pOTtr acJ then e c.ii f -a:. a pti:y to (nit cor j ht'j vit." The i-ioe of that electi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 14 ISSd CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DULY. The New Boat. Captain Pnggi has his new boat, the "Belle of Austin," launched near the bridge as the foot of Congress avenue, fiom wnion sue wm commence pleasure Irips this morning for the accommoda tion of the public. How far the little craft will range up and down tne river will depend upon the state of navigation. However, the order is, "All aboard, but not too many, for Barton Springs, Metrop o'is and intermediate points !" The Capitol Elevator. General ' Hardeman, superintendent of public buildings, yesterday arranged for the running of the elevator iu the new capitol building during the srssion of the courts. A young man named Tollman is doirg the escorting business, and yester day the elevator made a great many trips op and down. 1'his will prove a gresit improvement on the climbing-upstairs busices?, especially during the hot weather. Married. Yesterday morning at 9 o'o'ook, at the First Bap...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE U 1883 CITY ANlCOUXTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Barbecue at Manor. The Travis oounty Farmers' Alliance held a barbecue at Manor yesterday. A few of the Austin people attended, and a few who are running for county offices made some fine speeches on the grounds. Closed for the Session. The Deaf and Dumb Institute has closed for the session of 1887 8. Many of the pupils have left for their respective homes and some are still leaving. The examina tions were held during the week of the drill, durinff which time many strangers .t..4in the drill naid the institute a visit, and were highly pleased workings of the itstitution. ith the Marriage Licenses. County Clerk Frank Brown, during the week ending Saturday, June !, issued the following marriage licenses: Q. A. Yarbrough to Mips Battle M. Kern. . , Daniel Payne to Miss Fnnnte Harlan, William Ballinger to Miss Maud Hous ton. Alfred Waechter tD Miss Annie Wolf. O. C. Yates to Miss Acgie Kocker. Closing Exer...

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