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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

TJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1SSS THE IRON HORSE. Sentiment Growitg to Believe Him of Sabbath Labor. Changes in Railway Circles Earn- ings and Railway Construc- tions on the Continent. Mr. Jeff Chandler the Cot tun Belt's general solicitor is in New York. Colgate Hoyt of New York oity bag re- signed his position as direotor of the Union Pacifio railroad. The construction of the new machine shops of the Mexican National at Laredo Texas has commenced and will be pushed to completion. The people of Texas trust be careful not to get into hot wtt r among them- selves while trying to geoare deep water for their commerce. California is enjoying a boom in rail road building which will add largely to the transportation facilities and the de- velopment of the state. C. 0. Johnson late division fre'gbt agent of the Kansas City Fort Scott end Gulf railway has accepted a similar po- sition with the St. Louis Arkansas and Texas with headquarters at Little Reck. New Orleans wants a d...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 9 18S8 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY S DAILY. Cattle Thieves. Thursday evening two head of fine young entile were stolen from the pasture at St. Edward's college. Late in the afternoon a man was seen from the top of the foundation walls cf the new build- ing lurkiug about the pasture fence but no attention was p aupposed he stole th which got away and returned to the college grounds yebterday mornirg but was badly crippled. An Enjoyable Picmc. An enjoyable time was had yesterday at Wheeler's grove about a mile and a half above town by a select crowd the occa- sion being a pleasmt picnic. The crowd was "chaperoned" by Misses Annie Borne- fetd and Emma Billeisen. The day will long be remembered by all those who at- tended. The Aransas Case. Mr. M. M. Kirby wanted $15000 for four aores of land to be used for depot purposes by the Aransas Pn-s Rulroad company. The eit zens refused to pay it and uuder the law commissioners tj coudemu the propu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 9 '1888 GOOD SEED Which Save Been Sown Upon the Great Field of Life. Lessona for the Multitude by Great ' and Good Men Religious Gleanings. This is the tenth Sunday after Trinity. A true friendship is a religion rather than a sentiment. A year of pleasure passes like a fleeting breeze bat a moment of sorrow seems an age of pain. As reasonably expect oaks from a mush- room bed as great and durable profits from small and hasty efforts. The engagement of the Reverend Mau- rice H. Harris minister of Temple Israel Harlem to Miss K. Qreen of London is aunounoed. All that remains of ancient Babylon is now the property of two Hebrews ef Bag- dad who have reoently purchased it. It has reoently been decided by the su- preme court of Pennsylvania that Band ay marriages are null and void. Only those friendships which are the deliberate choice of a thoughtful mind and not the makeshifts of an nnoooupied heart are generous and true. Ex-Mayor Grace has given...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN niTRSDAY. ACOCST ft 133? (CMEAM ! In .;rr tiwlrfa' pr'ro In KilHon of t'ri r B. m If;a 'j-ner of onfiry. It la no-! by Uj I'altvl VV (-rrr nuiot. En- l're1 ' 7 tvs UTi of ti i.eat l.'Dlritlca m Vm MirttiK p-jrxt aid tn'Mt ileaittif ji. Ir. Friw'i Cf--n bixii? I- lr do Bt contain AxaartU. Li:a or A.asi. .V onlla ci. PKICE BAKIMi KTA'DE It CO. re ir no cuv.insi. n. uivit. PropTttli (or Public Priotias Binding Printing Papers and Stationer. 0u4PTi:iiT or Matb A''-?i. Ti At;yi-t i lw. SZAf.'lJ YWWt AI.S Kill b pio-lv-i at fl ofli of h-r-ury of s . evil I o .!- ic a m. of HAH'tlMi' l'.e L'WIif i-iAV Or hiiP 'KM iK!S. J" ff''j .r . woa of lic-ysa r lni of til tV V d" .'.) jnVIr.z '.U'll'j' n r.'iv V; rT'-d V lv or w.''t hj air ';ir'.f.fr.t of tn- rv.t .v.-m.7iM x- srtrillrijf iu7 b "- ' I-'. c.r!Ur;r ofK f at t.'i'r if aod L'i.'j'i AfTjsrj: to f-jrrjiii unlit;;' r: .vj to f ir.l-i ri'.b utatio r.-rr a 0 t-i iir4 'ij law or fi-'l Or ar-r d-;art-r:j -fit of t;4? nu o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

At) WEEKLY STATE VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9. 1S88. PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 37 STIN SMAN SURRENDERED Pa l Sheridan the Little Cavalry- man Has to Yield at Last. Attar a Long Struggle His Death Conies Suddenly and Painlessly. Turticulars of the Death of the Great Commander at Non- quitt Mass. Gar. oral Schofield Succeeds Him m Command of the Army. Funeral Arrangements. Nonquitt Mass. August 5. General Siicr.iiau's death oocurred at 10:20 this evtvi ig. Previous to the sudden ap- peartuoeof heart failure at 9:30 there had been no premonitions to-day of any unfavorable change in his condition. The weathur had been warmer than usual and the general was at times a little restless on' seemed bright and cheerful. His -voio" was very strong. He took a full su);pty of nourishment slept aooasionally an usual and tha doctors and his family weru in hopeful spirits. Xt 1 o'olook Mrs. Sheridan and the doc- tors vint to the hotel for supper and soon afsi r iheir return the usual p...

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

USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THUESDAY. AUGUST 9 188S 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. TKXA8. Entered it the poeK-fflce as wcondxlau matter. Umc ot publication ei recan su-eei nen potoffl e. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Ei.ue III T. Pbyor W. K. Hambt Prmldent Vlee-PmlcVnt tVcreUry General Manager HATES OF fcTJHSCRU'TIO.N . DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advanco) 1 1" m Blx moDtna o ' Three month! " " " S" One month " " " 1 " mniT niii.Y. Twelve month! t- Slxmontha ........ ' w WEKKI.T. mnntha ....'' Twelve months Pottaue tree to all parte ol the Lnitea Biauw anu vanada. . uan.iiKiriiri.ft An a natfn. P. O. money order Doetnl note registered letter or express. Sample plea aent free on application. Twelve Pages. WHAT OF THE IKHIUATION SCHEME r We had plenty of rain last spring w had oceans of it. We bad so ninoh of a down poor everything looked 89 fresh and green and prosperous that all thought of our ever again being in sore need of rain to refresh preserve and gnarantee onr crops seemed ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1888 11 CITY AND COU.NTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Wants to Know. Mr8. A. J. OarotherB.of Giddings wonld like to learn of the whereabouts of her son Fay Carothers a printer. When he left home about ten days ago a lad named Gay Alexander was with him. Sad Death. Marguerite the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith died of diptheria Sunday morning and waj bnried in the afternoon of the same dav. She bad been Eiok hut a short time and her death was a sad blow to her sorrowing parent. Assault to Murder. Sunday afternoon so the report goes Frank Schneider and George Friohel out on Walnut oreek assaulted Col. Giles Bar- ditt and bis son George. There wus quite a fight but noone was seriously hurt. Yes- terday oomplcint wbs made against Frank Sehneider for assault to murder and againBt Frichel for carrying a pistol and aggravated aesaalt. Tliey were arrested and yesterday Justice Calhoun held them in $450 each to answer. They gave bond. Fell in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 August 1888

12 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 9 18S8 sx.3. XWJ TEXAS ?EK K0TES DENTIST Brazx Street DrUklH Hotel. Aims Texas. u NlMtKCEDKXTEII ATT II ACTIOS Over a Million Distributed IiOuisiana State Lottery Company Ienrporated ny tne legislature In 1H for Ed- cauonai ana Charitable purpoeea tnn its Iran- clilae made a part of the present State Conatltu tlon In 1379 bjr an overwhelming popultr vote. It' i' rand ex'raordinary drawings take place semi annually. (June am 1) emiier) and Its Oram! Mngle Niimher Drawings take plare on each nf the other tea iiiontlu In trie year and are all dniwn In publir- at the Academy of Music iSew Orleans I. a "We do hereby certify that we soper- viae the arrangmuenta tor all the Moium and semi-annual Drawings of the Lonl i ana State Lottery Company and In per n manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness ana in rood rami toward all iiaruoe. and we author l.e the Company to r. this certificate with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

I - AUSTIN WEEKI HI1 A rfPI?Qlf -A AT VI 1. AUS" 'ILL. TEXAS THURSDAY MUENIKC AUGUST 16. ISS8.-PAGES 1 TO 8 10 38 INDIANA. Gopubhoan Love Feast at Indian- tpolis Tith a Platform of the Usual Timber. Representative Hovey Nominated for Oovc mor Gen. Harri- son's Address. Imuanapolih August 8. The re publi- can stflti contention of Indianapolis jonvontd tl'.in looming in Toinlinson ball this city. Th.:-t ate 11(50 delegates and tii many alt.frn.Mtes. The convention is the largest t ver held in Indiana. At 10:25 Cutiirman J. N. Houston of the state 'entral ooDnt'it'eB rapped the convention to order. As soon as tt ;i convention was called to oi kr Senator Johnson of Wayne county r.uijf i a pro t. t sgainbt delegates being n.-owded out oi their seats by spectators. The work of foaling the delegates in their proper looaliti'.n and ejecting alternates and othi-r in -rimers proceeded amid inuoh coufus.on. Quiet -having been restored the proceed- ings of the ..mention were opened with pi -'it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

1 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1888 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Entered t the postoffic as second-class matter. Office of publication West Pecan street next to postoffic. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Ef.us President In T. Pbyob Vice-President PlTTOie Browk - Becretaxy W. K. Hahbt General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) $1 00 fell months " " " 5 Three months " " " ? J" One month " " " 1 SUNDAY DAILY. Twelvemonths t'r Six months - - 1 M WEXKLY. months - Twelvemonths Postaie tree to aU parte of the United btates and Canada. . Hemit by draft on Austin P. O. money order postal note roistered letter or express. Sample e aples sent free on app licatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. WE aie authorized to announce Judge Jas. II. Hurts as a candidate for county judge at the ensulnu election in Novemlier. 3TOK DI.srWCT ATTOKNEY I am a demo- ' cratic candidate for dlsti let attorney . Joe II. hTKWAnT. WE are authorized to announce Hon Geo. W. Gl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

austih Weekly stah&max. Thursday august 16 ishs EXECUTION. Governor Morehouse Pronounces The Final Doom of the Murderer Brooks. Xast Meeting ot Mother .Sister and Son in the Jail A Sor- rowful Scene. Maxwell Murderer of C. A. Freller at St. Louis Hanged at Last. Landgraff who Killed His Sweet- heart Executed on the Same Gallows. Si. Louis August 9. Bulletin!. Got einor Morehouse refuges to grant any fur ther respite to Maxwell. THE MOTHKB AND BIBTEB. St. Louis August 9. Upon receipt or information that Governor Morehouse refused to interfere Maxwell was removed to a new oell to guard against suioide. He has not jet been informed of the gov- ernor's decision.' Maxwell's mother and sister are at the jail weeping bitterly. When they and the condemned man meet a sensational soene is looked for. SENSATIONAL SCENES. St. Louis August 9. News of Governor Morehouse's refusal to grant a farther respite to Maxwell was conveyed to the condemned man by his confessor Father Tihan. Maxwell bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16 1888 CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Investigating tao Blight. Mr. Pommellof the experiment station r il.o Aoricnltural college at. Louis is here investigating the canse of blight iu growing cotton. Warren James. Warren James who is mixed np in that camp-meeting killing wag np before Justice Calhoun yesterday and asked for time in which to get his witnesses to- gether and it was granted. Deep Wat9r Delegates. The board of trade held a meeting last afternoon and eleoted the following dele- gates to the Dmver convention: Hon.A.P.Wooldridge Frank Hamilton W. H. Firebaugh E. M. House and A. O. Watson. Bold Burglary. At a late hoar Tuesday night a bold bad burglar foroed an entrance into the Union Depot house and mnnaged to get away with $ in money and a lot of eatables. The robbery was not discovered until yes- terday morning. The burglar left his shoes and coat and evidently he was frightened off the premises by some one passing. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 16 188S INDIAN DEPREDUION BILL. How Thoso Who Have Suffered From Indian Raids "Will Be Paid. The Bill Passed by the House and Pending in the Senate. 'n the enate cf the United States July 24 1S08. Head twice and referred to the Committee on Indian Affaire. AN ACT To provide for the adjudication and payment of claims arising from Indian depre- dations. t Be it enacted by the senate and bonse of representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled That the president is hereby authorized to nominate and by and with the advioe and consent of the senate to appoint three commissioners one of whom shall be designated as chairman and who shall hold their offices nntil December 81 1891 when the same shall expire and all the functions and privileges thereof shall cease. If either of Buid commissioners shall not be so appointed daring the pres- ent session of the senate the president may make such appointment during the recess thereof bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

! 1 l ' : OTTY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. United States Court. In this court yesterday Judge Maxey presiding the following proceedings were had: SamU. Lanahnnvs. R. R. Robinson eaitto revive judgment; judgment re- vived for the enm of $10000. The jury wu discharged yesterday. Grand Reunion. There is to be a grand reunion of ex- soldiers both confederate and federal at San Antonio on August 16. 17 and 18. There will be addreicea by prominent oldiers of both armies conoerts proces- sions etc. Reduced fare for round trip on all railroads. Everybody is invited. PHOFESSOB OSCAR MOORE. The Wonderful Two-Year-Old Prodigy at the Opera Housed Lent night Professor Ooar Moore the wonderful 2 year-old oolored boy ap- peared at Millett's ocera house and he was greetedby a very fine audience of the most intelligent people of the oity. A neat little stage had been erected about the middle of the parquet from which the little fellow spoke and answered the scores of difficult questions asked...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1888 GILESCHOSEN As the Democratic Candidate in this Senatorial District The Balloting. Particulars of the Convention at Taylor Yesterday Major Giles' Speech. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Tailob August 10. The demooratio senatorial convention met here to-day. nhnii-man Giles oftlled the convention to order at 11:30 o'olook. Hon. O. R. Gibson of Travis was eleoted temporary obairman T. B. Coch- ran of Williamson temporary seoretary and J. T. Olins of Williamson sergeant- at-arms. A committee of one from each connty A. S. Burleson of Travis; A. 8. Fisher of Williamson and J. O. Cook of Burnet were chosen on credentials and basis of representation. . ; . . r .. r . . jx uuuiiuibuoo vi uuo irom eauu uuuuiv F. M. Maddox of Travis; A. Byrnes of Williamson and B. F. Timberlake of Burnet were appointed on permanent organization and order of business. The convention adjourned until 1:30 o'olook p. m. The convention reassembled at 1:30 and reo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

TAKM AND GARDEN. tj Over a Million D.r t i i -d. PURE mn nil! " . - ' aa te. -td ft riTUit rl;v. fr'nn la rA t-.ntiea f.f m-r tr.an a ';-.rTf of tm-.ry It t n-! rf tr. raja's va' &ir.r.t. En me1 r y !W ff tr. (-eitf l"ci erriea a tr ht'r..'w f-ire-t avl ir.' lle.:f. . Jr J'rV a 'M9 iiulr.? y.iwt A'- f e'.ftit Avil. LI 74 'f Aura vi '-o;r la fjitit PfclCE fcAKir.fi PO'A'L-EK f.O r T'iM Jropoala for Public iriotina; B:d-1is Prlr.tinc Paper and -tatiocerr. Due. K-'WIHT 'J VTATf A'ti Tjeia". A-.7 :-t (KX VWtWt.W. m 'm ffii- ! r.-.e 5 offir ff srrr of v. in':l 1 i fj'i'ir a n. ' f hAl I . KimV thn K'.UTH U A i' Oj- shPfKMr.fcK l-v fr'.m -.r.rv- ii-ri.3 or aota rei.int of ir.;a jtc. t' 5o nn ;rir. J.-jif a'1 h.a urtz a rr. fi- ri'tir-i f i- or r.e..i: or r.f 'nutful of tre .-ut r .rerc.-:.r ei ;.t tl Jl'.Uitl 'lej.artnr.er.t 1 "i priiilr a may f !. a: f. ."tat print;; Tr x Uiii vA h'trti'i .Avisri: to f rrjiCt hr.ft'.JftZ lW?: wl I" f irnin ;t. ira'lo&erj nr f ri i.r1 rj or "1 t o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

nn ATE YOL XYIL AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORHING. AUGUST 16. 1S88.-PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 40 AUSTIN WEEKLY S G01NGH0ME. Blaine Speechifies to the Crowds Who Met Him at the Depots. Still Harping on the Same Old String His Talk in Connecticut. New Yoek August 13. Jas. Q. Blaine started on his homeward trip by the 11 o'olook train on the New York New Haven and Harlem railway which left the Grand 0 ntral depot promptly on time this morning. The party consisted of Mr. - and Mrs. Blaine Walker Blaine Miss Bisine Miss Dodge and Colonel Coppen- ger. A large crowd congregated on the' sidewalk opp.site the entranoe to the depot and when Mr. Blaine stepped from the carriage a load shont went op from the throng. A passage way was made through the mass of humanity and un- covering his head Mr. Blaine smilingly passed into the depot. Attaohed to the rear of the train was an observation oar used by the president of the road. As he ascended to the platform a sea of faces of persons standing on the elevate...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

'V v- ... AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 1618S8 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXA8. Eiiunii.i ihe noun flke ae wcond clasa matter Ofllw of publication West lecan street Lext to poatoni e. BTATESMAN VUBUSHINb COMPANY. L. A. Elub 1KB T. Piiyob frTTOJI BllOWH W. R. IUmby Preitdcnt Vice-PreMd.-rit ri'rretary General Manager RATES OF SUHSCIUPTION DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) I1" J Hli months 5 ll S 50 1 W Thre mouthe " One month " bcnday dailt. Twelve months. nn 1 00 But months. WEEKLY. months m i ..... v. .to.ri Poetate free to ail parts' of' the lolled States and i? . ... An.tin. P. O. moner order. Dostid note ivi'tstered letter or express. Sample eipies sent free on application. Twelve Pages. HIE PIluUIItniOM ISSl'E DID SOT DS- TEli.MlNK THE ELECTION. Our Dallas special charges that the con- test between Bonner nnd Pendleton for temporary ohairman of the state conven tinn. must be taken an a tent trial of tbe strength of prohibition and anti-prohibition in the co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

AUSTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16 1888 11 CIT5T AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. The Rings Recovered. Detective Chenneville recovered from mzy Tisea the two rings stolen from the residence of Mr. Joe Mayers Friday after- noon. Another Robbery. Emzy Tistm the well-known boy thief broke into Mr. Goodman's store Sunday and stold $6. He was arrested by Officer Flatt and the money reoovered. The Irrepressible Nippers. Clerk .Hart of the Uuited States oourt has been cheerfully notified by the fenoe cutters of Milam county that a gate is badly needed in one of his fences op there or his "d d fence will be out." Another Hotel Robbar. The safe of the Avenue hotel was robbed Sunday. Sergeant Palmer took the cate in hand and in a short time bad tie thief John Woods in the toils. John had keys for all the bed rooms and evi- dently was comfortably fixed for doing a wholesale business. Sergeant Palmer reoovered from him the safe drawer aud $9 of the stolon money. Robbery at the Driski...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 August 1888

s 1 . USTTN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AUGUST 16 1888 12 .1 u iiii : 1 M ; if H "i 1 i 1 i V I. ; t !!! Brazos Street Drlsklll Hotel. Austin Texas. BUIiNET BODUET. Paying up Insurance -News from Town and County Personal Items. 8pa:lcl Telegram to the Statesman. Bubnet August 13. Timberlake & Watson agents to-day paid over to VV. II Bealty $1000 the full amount of hii poliov in the Phoenix Insurance com pany on hU hotel which was burned eev eral months ago. The amount due from the Hartford company f 1400 was paid several weeks since making the full amount of Insurance $3000. At first the two companies only offered $2250 whioh was rt fused and steps taken to institute enit for the face of the policies. W. H. Boggeo ca-hier of the First National bank has gone on a trip to West Virginia and eastern point-i and H. P. Hioks is oflloiatiug as oashier in his Bteid. 8. W. Tate of Sandy Mountain one of the oldest and best citizens of Llano connty is lying dangerously sick in Bur- net with...

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