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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 October 1882

""HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY OCT. 12. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN IKELAND. of Guadalupe. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of Navarro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Ked River. FOR TREASURER F. R. LUBBOCK of Galveston. TOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALbll of TravU. fobiattornby general JOHN I). TEMPLETON of Tarrant. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE of Galvestoc. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. STAYTON of Victoria ; C. 8. WEST of Travis. FORTUS COURT OF APPEALS J. P. WHITE of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dallas ; BAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. F0RJC0NGRES3 TENTH DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis. FORJ SENATOR TWENTY-rOCBTH DIS- TRICT. A. W. TERRELL of Travis. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representatives in the Eighteenth Legialature Felix E. Smith L. B. Johnson. County Judge Z. T. Fdi.mork. County A ttroncy E. T. Moore. District Clerk John B. Gild art. County Clerk Frank Brown. Sheriff M. M. Hoknbby. Assessor of Taxes D. A. To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 October 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT. 28. 1882 BLUE BLUFF. A BARBECUE AND SPEECH niKi.ic. Jaoge Terrell cl. Trlra- Meo a ta Btanap ! tho Latter la PiwmI rirat Roaa. J. Davla la a Riw Character - naa." According to previous announcement the barbecue and political meeting took Dlace at Blue Bluff vesterdar. and. after the fashion of auch thlags proved quite an enjoyable occasion. I liere was plenty of barbecued meat to feed the large crowd with much to spare. A large delegation from Austin including most of the candidates who reside in me cuy went out and were finely entertained by the courteous managers of the iroiic. in addition to those seeking po- litical preferment there were present sev eral gentlemen from the city who went for the purpose either of a day in the wo xls or to champion the cause 01 meir favorites In the campaign pool. ine speaking began by an address from JITOOK Z. T. rULXORB candidate for re election to the office of -county fudge. Judge Fulmore ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 October 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. THURSDAY OCT. 12. 1882 PERSONAL.. Ex-Senator Barnum of Connecti- cut itrreling through the south. Gen. Butler intends to make only one speech in the Massachusetts cau- Tass. A. II. Stephens' Georgia audi ences always coutain a large pro- portion ot women. ' The Chrlstiancy scandal ended by the rrantlntr of a divorce to tne ex senator on account ot the desertion of his wife. Eratus Corning of New York owes a $130000 collection of orchids and Jar Gould has a collection worth (60000. Jay Hubbell say that his chances s a candidate for Ferry's seat in the United States senate "arc daily growing better." Gen. T. G. Baylor of Jefferson county. Virginia ownes the sabre which Johnlirown wore when cap tared at Harpers Ferry. Mayor Baker of New Orleans is In New York gathering attractions lor the Mardi Uras festivities iu the former city nest February. M. Sailer the veteran financial ed ltorof the Philadelphia PublicLtd- aer. who lately retired from th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Monthi $ 1 00 Twelre Month 3 00 Club of 10 17 50 Club of 11 80 00 - Theatrical manager in St. Louis waiit to cast Fraulc James in a pBESipENTiAi candidates are gen- erally taking a band in New York politics. TOSTMASTEB GENERAL IIOWS is in Wisconsin putting up the fences and it is said bo has succeeded suffi- ciently to insure the election of a Republican in a very doubtful dis- trict. Carpenter in accepting the Stalwart nomination tor lieutenant governor of New York in a lengthy document excused bis own treach- ery and apologized for the corrupt practices at Saratoga. - Noting the possible selection of William A. Wheeler to fill Hepburn's shoes the New York Sun remarks that should Wheeler accept the ticket would be "headed by cotem- porary forgery and tailed by historic fraud." Auabi Pasha has expressed a de- sire to be tried by the English. lie says he had rather trust bis fate to bis brave captors than to his own c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1882

j WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. i-USDAY OCT. 19. 1882 fATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of NuTarro. FOIl COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN 'ot lied River. FOR TREASURER F. R. LUBBOCK of Galveston. I COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALsH of Travia. rOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON . of Tarrant. 'JCEIEP JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE. of Galvestoc. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. 8TAYTON.. of Victoria ; a 8. WEST of Travia. FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS. J. P. WHITE of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dallas ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. FOR CONGRESS TENTH DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK ! Of Travia. rtj SENATOR TWENTT-FOCBTH DI3- ITRKJT. A. W. TERRELL of Travia. UNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r Representatives in the Eighteenth ixvuiiiture rsux a. Bmitu L. is. IOII.NSON. unty Judge Z. T. Fcijiork. uniy Auroney E. T. Moore. .trict Clerk JHN H. UiLDAUT. -unty Cietk Frank Bhown. -lessor of Taxes 1. A. Todd. Hector of Tsxes WD MiUJtii. uoty Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1882

HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCT 19 1882. POSTPONE!. A Week. The fair directors had a meeting yes- terday and decided to postpone the fair until next Tuesday the 24ih instant. This action was rendered necessary tie cause of the unfavorable weather. The fair will open next Tuesday In all its force. This will no doubt prove a great disappointment to many but if fair weather is to be secured by the postpone- ment a strong point Is gained. Advertising contracts for fair week will be carried out according to understand- ing. The postponement of the fair post- pones the execution of these contracts and the advertising will be done during the fair it being understood that adver- tisers want the bent-flta to be derived from the occasion. The luu4ii Ihtw Twelve large shows combined at Aus- tin Saturday October St. Bat-heller A Doris nave now not only the Urgent but the best sbow on earth the result of en- terprise untiring energy and liberality. They have gathered together th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY. OUT. 19. 1882 1TCBDAV .tlILEJ. Pension Hem: A lederal soUlier b applied for pension at Wash lngtou for a broken leg got in jump ing tue bouuty. Astronomical: No new comet Is srenuiue unless it has Dr. Blank's Liver PilU printed ou the tail. New Orleans Picayune. Adolphua wants to know if it it any worse lor a man to part his hair iu the middle Inau to part ma inou tache under the scenter. Who none? A family cousUlioir of a man and bis wile and three daughters all ot whom guttered Iroin obliquity of vi- lou. are poduIuiIv known aa the "squiuieU" A mau who wauts his wife to love and rekpect him will never make the mintakeol putting tils leet into ne slippers. Years of devotion will not wipe out the luoult. -Ei ver want to make a 'oman mad au' appear pleased tell herub fault: butet yer v. niter umke her pIcaKedau' appear mad tell hT dat he's good lookiuV Arkansas Traveler. The London Wot I J has statistic to prove that lawyers have lcs sic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 October 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month . 9 1 00 Twelve Months 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of M 80 00 Proclaim it from the housetops that there mast be no more ticket scratching among Democrats. The Post no more believes that Wash. Jones has any chance lor be ing elected governor ot Texas than the Man in the Moon. Thb Mexicans are beginning to learn how to drink lager beer. The brewers are now shipping beer into Mexico in carload lots. Thk accidental killing of Col. blayback of St. Louis may be taken as proof that an editorial room is not a healthy place for those who go on the war path. Thb tax-paying public can find in the thousand pages of the forthcom- ing report of the tariff commission a p retty correct record of the burdens saddled upon it lor the benefit of the barons. Thb Lansing(llch.) Journal drives a nail straight home when it remark that "protection not only does not protect labor but the laborer pays double price for what he buys on accouut ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 October 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIX ... TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCT. 26. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. FOR LIBTJTBHANT GOVERNOR MARION MAKTIN of Navarro. FOB COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Ked RiTer. FOR TREASURE R. F. K. LUBUOCK of Galveston. 1 ? FOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND urric W. C. WAL&H I of Trarla. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant JMUfCHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. H. WILLIE of Galvestor.. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. 8TAYTON. of Victoria ; . C. 8. WEST of TrarU.. FORjTlIB COURT OP APPEALS J. P. WHITE. of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT fit Dallas i SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. FORJCONQRESS TENTH DISTRICT. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis. FOR08ENATOR TWENTY-FOURTH DIS- TRICT. A. W. TERRELL of Travis. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For JtepresenUtives in the Eighteenth Legislature Felix E.. Smith iL. li. John bon. County Judge Z. T. Fclmork. i County Attroney E. T. Moore. j District Clerk John B. Gildakt. -' . County Clerk Frank Brown. I BherUS M. M. IIoknb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 October 1882

ffl tTl yy t v -r Business Directory. ARCHITECTS. J. N. PRESTOS & SON r Will furnish l'lans and Specifications for all classes of Public and Private Buildings and Superintend Erection. Y. E. UUP FIN I Architect and Superintendent. Plan and Specifications furnished lor Public and Private Buildings. Hancock b'ld. A.M.C.NIXON& R.BOSTON Architects Surveyors and Civil Engi- neers. Drawings and Estimates of all of buildings furnished. APIARIES. J. O. TAYLOR Tawler of Pure Italian Queens Deal- Id IJoe-keeprrs' Supplies Manufao C TIT of Comb Foundations. Auctioneers J. NEWMAN Clothing Furnishing Goods Boots Shoes. Sale day and n!jht. Pe- can street opposite llrcmond s Bank. Banks. JAS. II. RAYMOND & CO. Successors to Raymond & Whitis. T. H. Raymond Frank Hamilton J. R. Johnson. Congress Avenue. STATE NATIONAL BANK Eugene P.remond Pres.Wm.T.Bissell V. P.. E. T. F.ggleston Cashier. Cap- ital $100000. GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK Of Forsfer & Co. General Banking and Exchange. Dralt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 October 1882

. : ) 2 xj T Cocks furnished iu any numbers for tags now ob baud. Every bird guaranteed steel-test and brst class. BEER! SXCELSIOR BEER. Drink Excelsior WALTER TIP PS Congress Avanua Dealer. In f Hardware Agricultural Implements WAGON MAKERS' And a c k s m i ths' Materials. ddlers' and Shoemakers' Findings Paints And Oils Etc. Etc. Etc. HEP A TIZ1NE! IDT TOBI2ST3 Great Liver ires Diseases of tie Liver Such Dyspepsia Headache Neuralgia Water Brash Constipation or am Irreinlarity or tue Bowels. This is a combination of Salino and Vegetable materials and contains no mercurv or anr drastic vegetable cathartic. ioch as Mandrake and Aloes and it far superior in its action any unpleasant effects. It will remove dered atate 01 ma liver ana is mereiore recommenaea in an iiver com- plaint. It will act thoroughly on the liver in from two to four hours time and does not produce nausea or griping pains in tne Dowels. Dr. Tobin. having suffered for rears with Liver disease and after try- lnr BTer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 October 1882

( 9 r ) HI WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - TEXAS. Tkk Jeaunette expedition accord- ing to the testimony ao far elicited seems to bare been conducted from the beginning ail right or as near right at polar expeditions may ever hope to be conducted. Speaker Keifeb lost his own town and county in the late election in Ohio and was elected in his dis- trict only by a few hundreds where he was elected two years ago by a majority of over 3000. He therefore lacked about 2500 votes of being vindicated. The fowl show at the fair dem- onstrates what even a few modest premiums will do towards making a creditable exhibition. The show of fowls was never surpassed at auy southern fair. These premiums are special. Thoso offered by the asso- ciation would not have secured the presence ot a sick trio of duugbills. At it is there is a show ot fowls that would do credit to any fair. The New York Tribune attributes the result In Ohio not to the temper- ance question but to the intemper- ance of the Republican...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 October 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.- OCT. 26. 1882 CAFITOI. COLLING. lis Department. The charter of the co-operative mar riage a id birthday endowment associa- tion of Coraicana was filed in the secre tary of state's office yesterday. The charter of the Raines county co operative association f. or IX. was filed In the secretary of state's office yesterday. The object of the asso iation is to do a ?9oerai mercantile ousmea at Jmory exaa. Capital stock $10000. Twenty-six railroad telegraph and steamboat companies have failed to make reports of their quarterly gross receipts lor me quarter ending at-ptemner au 1883 Tbe comptroller has sent notice to the delinquent compauies to report promptly and accompany the report by a ' remittance of one per cent tax on the gross receipts as required by law. The comptroller has written to Charles Vord county treasurer Galveston coun ty that he will purchase Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe railway bonds issued by Galveston county to the amount ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 November 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. 81x Month ... 1 00 Twelve Months 8 00 Club of 10 17 BO Club of 13 30 00 To-day and to-morrow devote yourself to the fair. Hon. G. Wash Jones is growing desperate. He not ouly sees bis own defeat but that of Davis aud he takes lemonade to excess. Senator Coke is satisfied that I he fight in 1884 will be made mainly upon the tariff issue a struggle be- tween monopolists aud ant i-mouopo-lists. It is reported from Burnet coun- ty that Hon. G. Wash. Jones is play- ing opposition to Mr. Davis that he may hold on to a few adherents still left him. It is too late in the day for II ou. G. Wash. Jones to play non-affiliation with Mr. Davis. They belong to the Independent band and their course is towards the briny bead- waters of Salt river. The Euglish war office is pre paring the war medal to be given to the troops engaged in the Egyptian campaign. The design on tho re- verse will be a Sphinx with the word " Egypt" and the dale 1882. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. -.- TIIA3. THURSDAY. NOV. 2. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FORUOVIHNOR JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. akaaaaaaa I FOR UBUTINANT GOVKRNOR MARION MARTIN l Of NTHTO. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. 8WAIN of Red Rirer. FOR TRBA8CRKK F. R. LUBBOCK of GaJrestton. OR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OPITICB. w. a WAL&II of TrarU. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL '- JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE of G&lvestoc. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. J.W.STAYTON of Victoria ; IC. 8. WEST of Travla. FOR TUE COURT OF APPEALS J. P. WHITE. of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT ofDallaii r BAM A. WILLSON fcof Cherokee. FOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis. FOR SENATOR TWENTY FOCRTU TRICT. A. W. TERRELL of Trayis. DIS- COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representatives in the Eighteenth Legislature Felix L. bMiTii Ij. is Johnson. County Judge Z. T. Fui.mokk. County AtUoneyE. T. Mooru. District Clerk John It. Gildart. County Clerk Frank Brown. Sheriff M. M. Hohnsbt. Aas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. SYNOPOSIS Or OPINIONS. Tyler Term 188.' Keportrd rbr the BtaU-aman. apraaao Ctnrt. Thomas vs. Thomas ; appeal from Ma- rion coutny. On motion to attlrni on certificate. Parties appealing causes to the supreme court should be careful in seeing that the endorsement of the clerk of the district court showing who ap- plied for the transcript and to whom the same was delivered is signed officially by the clerk of the district court L'n- leas this is done the cause canntt be filed. This ruling is made in accord- ance with the rules of the supreme court and lias been strictly adhered to ever since the adoption of said rules. Quite a number of cases lose their places on tne docket in consequence of a failure to comply with this rule. This Ha me rule applies to certificates for af- firmance. Iteference to rule three rules for the supreme court. Certificate dismissed. Gould C. J. Wright vs. Blackwood et al appeal from Travis county. The evidence pre- sentin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 November 1882

7 i w tor . THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIX TKIAS. THURSDAY. NOV. 2. 1882 From Saturday's Daily. THE ACME OT SUCCESS WAS REACH KD YESTKRDAVY Paint of Attendance and At. Perfection in Fair weather is very rare but we attained that pinnacle yes terday and tlie thanks or everybody con cerning are due lor the lorbearenee ex- ercised by the northers and fall lains in remaining At a re-poet fill distance. The result of the continued fine weather and the unusual attractions drew an enor mous crowd. There were nearly 10000 rODle on the rroumls durw the day. ' In show parlance the attractions were worth double the price ot admission as r there were several distinct and separate exbibitionaall within the same enclosure i.one ticket admitting the holder to all The entries were increased up to the last - hours of Thursiluy and the result was a 'err creditable exhibition in everv par ticular. The mot roping contest the ' base ball game the races all were very "Interesting and inch drew its full sha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1882

THK WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Blx Month f 1 00 TwelT Month a 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of U 30 00 Caufoknians have gone to rais ing mule finding that the business paya belter than cattle-raising. Broken spans of mules sell there at from $350 to $500. In tub language of the protec tionists " an infant " means a thing about one hundred years old. strong and powerful but needing the great est care and the greatest bounties. Tub Irish members of the house of commous want that body to set aside a day for the discussion of the actual workings of the coercion act and the land bills among the Irish people. Tub next cotton exposition wil' be held in Louisville in 1883. The Courier-Journal says the citizens of Louisville had better take hold of the matter iu earnest and that they will make a grand success of it. Gkn. II. G. Wriout chief en- gineer of the United States army urges that immediate attentiou should be directed to the defense of our sea coast by erectin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1882

' THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. 1 THURSDAY. NOV. . 1882 Kjlmas ii going to inflict a Jobn 'Brown monument on Washington. Th grain gamblers are greatly . disturbed oyer the Wisconsin u- erne court decision. h A leading Canadian newspaper An referring to the approaching elec tion in this country states that it anticipates a grand "bouleversment" all along the lint to which the Bos ton Pott replies: "This we presume Is the French for a rattling Demo cratic Tlctory." Oliver Wendall Holmes a few days ago resigned the Park man pro fessorship of anatomy in the medi cal department of Harrard Univer slty. lie has held the position since 1847 but desires to devote more of bis time to literary pursuits. lie is seventy-three years old. Davis and DeGress at Schultz hall on Sunday night were a study for Christian reformers. Their followers are boasting that they will auite the German and negro vote against Hancock and Terrell. Don't count the German voto on the negro side nntil they tell yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTLN . TEXAS. THE SOUTHERN STATUS. The county jail at Atlanta contains zib prisoners. An Augusta Georgia woman gavo a pei uog a 7U funeral. Hot Springs Arkansas will be uguieu uy electricity January 1. Tennessee is cxtensirely shipping cw anu nogs 10 Morula. James B. Pace In auuouiicetl as the wealthiest man in Virginia. The late Gen. Holt of Macon. (Georgia left an estate valued at oooooo. Montgomery Alabama expects to handle 140000 bales of col ton thin season. Thomas Marsh a man who was boru without legs recently commit- ted suicide at Graham North Caro- lina by hanging. Lord Houghton of England has purchased 60000 acres of laud iu southern Florida aud intends going extensively into sugar culture in- vesting at least $1000000. Jude Lochrane of Georgia porta a walking stick which is sur- mounted by a duck's head. The bill of the duck holds a $650 sapphire and the eyes are diamonds which cost $7100 each. So says the Savan- nah Iu'ewn. ll.O. Maher United Stat...

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