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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

WEEKLY mi 'ATE VOL XYIL AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO S NO 43 AUSTIN SMAN DEEP WATER. Proceedings of the Denver Coil' rent ion Yesterday Perma- . nent Organization. Urady's Car didate for Chairman Defeated and Thayer of Nebraska Elected. tibial Mssram In t!ia Statesmaa. Dknveh Col. August 29. Ex-Governor Kvaus at 10:30 o'clock called the conven tiou to order. The oommittee on oreden- tiuui presented A air report which was unanimously adopted there being no contested delegations. On motion of M.-. Powell of Arkansas ;.ll ppaeohuB were limited to five minutes. Colonel Brad of Texas chairman of the oommittc oa permanent organiza tion prtMouteJ the following report: Tor permrtccut chairman Hon. P. G. Noel of Kans...p. Vine presidents Colorado Hon. Alva Aduniii; Texas Jn'j. Hancock; Missouri D. H. Arrr. strong; Kansas James L. Hill; Nebraska A. D. Voakum; Iowa W. A. f nip; Ark in-j-.n. V. 1. Powell'; New Mexico Jefferson TluyuoM Wyoming A. D. Kelly Arizona...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 1S8S WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TSXAS. Entrd at the post flic as second-claee mstter. Office cf publication .t Pecan street next to poelom.e. BTATKSSIAN PPBLISHIXi COMPACT. V. A. Bujs 1KB T. PlIYOB PlTTOX BCW W. K. DUBSY Prealdent Vlce-Piwldent fcVeretary General Hanker RATES OF feUBSCT.IPTIO-N. DAILY. One Tear riavarttbly In advance)... (Six months " " Tiro months " " " One month " " " CUXDaT DAILY. Twelve months Biz montha .....- .... .....i0 w 5 ift t 50 .... 1 Ou 3 f 1 Ot WEEKLY. months - . ...... . . . . TwaIva vt. nrha . . .f!.TS PoptAvd tree to all part ol the t oiled State a&d Ctnarta. Kemit by draft on Austin P. O. money order tKi.nl not. registered letter or exprtee. Sample topic eent free on application. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1 1 T" I V Dur'a a. a candidate fi r county judge :he ensuing election in Mveinuer. LT'OR DISlhlCT ATTOKNEY I am a demo- D cratle candidate for disti let attorney . Joe U. Stewabt. T X T E are authorized to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 1888 3 ADJOURNED. of the Proceedings of the Denver Deep Water Convention. Ilre Resolutions Adopted I'he Delegates Banqueted The Permanent Committee. -vs- .Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dknveb Col. August 31 The delegates to the deep water convention were given a rid? over the oity this morning and in consequence the convention ' was not called to order nntil after 11 o'clock. Governor Evans was the first to seoure :he floor and presented the following: Whereas It is of vital importance to all LJie vast region between the Mississippi nnu the Paoifio that a harbor deep enough u protect the fleet that will be required to h.uidle the commerce of the. whole region of the oountry nearer to it than any other AUautio seaport be constructed on the vor'!iwest coast of the Gulf of Mexico ee soon as practicable; and Whereas Such a harbor is of such great uational importance that it is worthy of an ample appropriation from oongress for Ha 1'uus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

J JL AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 18S8 1! i ! 11 CITY AM) COUMY. FBOM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Republican Convention. Colonel DeGress chairman of the state republican executive committee has de- cided to call the state convention to meet at Fort Worth on Thursday September 20. He will issue the official call some time to-day. Wants a Bridge. A petition is being circulated asking the county commissioners to have a bridge placed across Bouldin's creek immediately west of the Deaf and Dumb institute. A bridge at that point is badly needed and it should be placed there at once. Fair Exhibitors. If any of our citizens hare anything they would like to exhibit at the San An- tonio fair in November they should bo inform the eeoretary of the Fair associa- tion at San Antonio in order that a premium for same may be offered as he is now having the premium list prepared for publication and it is intended to offer a premium for every kind of meri- torious exhibit. Austin and Travis cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STAIESIAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 1888 BANDS OF STEEL. Beporta From the Great Railways of the Country. Progress and Entarprise Every- where Movements of Pas- senger and Freight - Men. J. S. Bartow has been appointed assis- tant general ticket agent of the Chiongo and Northwestern Railway oompany. John F. O'Brien has been appointed general manager of the Mexioan National Railroad company with office in the Ci'.y Of Mexico. Professor John R.Prooter is inspeoting the mineral resources of the newLouisville St. Louis and Texas railroad. W. H. Newmnn.of the Louisville South- ern who has been very sick is much better. It is stated that the Pennsylvania roads will not meet the reduced grain rates of Lake Shore and Chicago and Atlautio t j Ohio interior points. The Southern Passenger association has erantbd special excursion rates to the Southern Dental association which meets in Louisville Ky. August 28 to Septem ber 4. The annuil report of the Ohio and Mis- sissippi for the ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

fi AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMaS. TUCKS DAY. SEPTEMBER 6 1S68 mm w cushiva KeetiDK of the Ctp.tol Hoard' Yesterday. The Stfcam Heating Apparatus IgDora&tly Endangered the Other Day. Certificate That the Completed m Btr.ct Accor dance "With the Ctr&ct. j only ten pound but on that dy I am in- Objectioas to the Boof Colonel . formed there we.e b'.en fi'ty and sixy Taylor Back of Official Action and With the Land Stands i at. yr.ta Ort-ijia't htllj 't The special capitoi board as created by tte extra emoa of the leinlitare were in ion yeWrd-iy with a full board present a follow; Gov-raor K-M Ireai'irer Lubbock Comptroller MeCall and Land ConvnUsiooer Hall. By inritit;on oprir.itn'Jent of eon-etra-rtioB Oin. R. L Walker C'oxtnU- nloneM Lee and Mclaurln hud General Hardeman superintendent of public builjiiirfi were preeeLt. I be governor iitated that tne meet iuu bad been called to cbHider Uii rtporta of the o;)erintndent mud commiaowner relative to t.ie buiidint(t end to take Rochac'....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1888 r HORRIBLE. A Denison Youth Fatally Crushed Under the Wheels of an Engine. Another Lad Has Both Legs Cut Off Wife Beating at Bonham. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Denison September 1. At 1:50 this afternoon Herbert St. John aged 17 years eon of Yurdmaster Himer St. John of the uentrai ranroau attempted to etep on the front footboard on engine No. 17 as it was moving south. He missed his footing and fell in front of the engine. Before the cogue oonld be stopped Her bert was rolled over two or three times by the engine and both feet were oanght snder a wheel and the engine passed over them crashing his legs in a horrible man- ner. Both feet were crashed into a jelly and half way np the ankle; was a mass of crashed and quivering flesh. The bones were laid bare and one of them protruded six or eight inches from the flesh. The left hand was mashed all out of shape x ne fingers being flattened oat and ground nearly off. Ab soon as pos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

I. J USTTS WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1?3S PUR E l. w ri' 0--"is--' cvi-.'. ta tt'fi. ViS m "M." r;rf :..! i. r-j- ...-.- -"-ii r w ."7 va-u 13! Of A.U rO.T la ' PEICE 2A5I"G PO"3TiZ2 CO- l-y vyrvjr.'. -j ftrf-.ft.rir r iV.-' I:- tr:'.-st. tci titriv ;ir. tit ; fri- olV - ' !" -?. rrt.-ri. tt 'rir ttt ftta:fc-T v .it hi I k . r O fti.-. -. .--.ix 'tit ;s .. is i ti A-.a::? Kit. 6 owir?- ;7fc- ?1V" fc-t trun ji "' .'!! t:.i : w.c!i"js F ' A II tr v .1.11.14 i Grand Monthly Drawing "". iit'CiiZ I7'i.'il' ill Hi iu"n fi: .na I- 7 -i 07 TsSZZS. !'. v i I. I . ? Tt '' l if. ') l J ...ill !.' r l..ni r Ttfi r j" am -..- r&:il: o? rk.Zli - ? f-h Z il-rivirXA PKIZEt. "..jfli uf V' " - 'M tf -- . sr. w : ii Vff 4-.. !'ijt "ftt it. !.: 11 A Prir kzv-.zte.3: to I :-'M.:r. N Ty. t d-sz CtiU. P.-Ji art tr. i i" On k. or ut f .rtr !if rrz. vi. tt i. wni 7 J v 17 i i or.i7. c -' . 7 .it jrj"J siir5.-. Svt. Co.itT. "j -!. s-jr 7'..-. .'. as iit.; f1-" TAL'71.'. S irt Jf .it t-'jtrt ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

STIN WEEKLY TESMAN VOL XYII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6 1 S88.--PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 43 STA SUNDAYNEWS. Terribla Catastrophe in Balti- mora Great Loss of Property and Life. A Kansas "Devil" in Human Form Pnys the Penalty of an Awful Crime. fearful fire. Baltimoi;!: Md. September 2 At an early hour this morning fire broke oat ia the toy w irel.o.ise of Price Hilgenberg Jfc Co. 107 Boutii Sharp street. Before the ftre.nt'E could i9ttowo-k an explosion of t'.revtoiks v. i -coked the building and cuused 'he ilim s to e pread with aUrmingrapid- ity to tho dm- house of J. H. Winkleman .t Co. en the north and the hat house of A. H. Levy i. Co. on the sonth. Searoely had the hreuiea entered the edifice ocou- piBd by the drr j house when the iusida of the building seymed to suddenly drop in. A terriftie explosion followed and tho iiu- meuHe bti'id'.tij; collapsed. The entire Jiro dt-piirtmoui by this time reached the roer e end us the attention of the men was oonoontrated oa the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

10 C5TIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1?55 5 ! TVEEKLY STATESMAN. AfiTIS. TZIAA. EsvrH t ti post-'. M rszS.Ua c.twr. O.' ' ji-V-iS W'ts i" ttrws sxt ti VtaTZsXA PCBLIsHISG COM PAST. C A- EllLM. Ill T. f-av.s W. ft- IUjut Prteel RATES OF CB'A.EIPTIO-V. Oi Year 'Ia.Tartv.iy ta niT3.i 1 .: 5 : 1 T:.r at'a'.iJ tTXSaT La." T. T""iT so4. . - 3 X 1 . . f ' i.a P'-.a tr lo'ail SW of ti I zStjA s'JU h4 Caada. btBlt St iraft AtS P- O. '37 orV pol aov riiswfd iri. ati e -;! fr oa asifcaavo- Twelve Pages. THS SZ' KO .IX POLITIC. Tae eero bai been a factor in Ameri- can politics since tie establishment of oar national jfOTtrccctct. In tie formation of osr won lerfal eoatitation the etates- tato who faced the ia of a possible 1 Kfoat Atcerina natioaality as the close of ! the war of independence and as thirteen ta:es stool for;h eicb by itself and ha- io to ora eitint cotfiictic interests ; and ambition foand no problem of soca intris?y and nine more ' diSralt u aJjajt to tin wi4hei and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1888 11 THE CAPITOL BOARD. Proceedings Had Before the Re- ception Board Yesterday. Some Affidavits on That Trouble- some Copper Hoof and Other Matters. The oapitol reoeption board held an- other meeting last afternoon with the governor Treasurer Lubbock Comptroller MoCall and Commissioner Hall present. ' The governor said the first thing was the reply of the commissioners to General Hardeman's additional charges. Seoretary Dickinson then read the fol- lowing reply: Office of Capitol Bcildino Commissioners (. Austin Tex. September 8. 188S. I Governor L. 8. Hoes Chairman of the Keception Board. Dear Sir We have examined the addi- tional memoranda of complaints made against the oapitol bnilding by Goneral Harduman at the last two meetings of the oapitol board and we fail to find anything in them that has not already been answered by ua in onr reply to his first document of complaint all of whioh was read and considered at your board meet- in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 18S8 12 j) j:ti st Brazos Street Drlakill Hotel. Austin Texas. You can stop that ecratrhlne ad fretint; by win Sealmiy'n Hy- (!r .naphtliol boa'i for Tetter Kczema King x.rm Grouni Itcli mVnll i'oieon 0k or other pkla or sc )p 1 UU direaeee that U worr.lni? yon nitrhc and day. when onc cured by UVrUAWrU thisB aiithtewill be no return tAUnAnbEiOf the troulre. If you wish to prevent eonM- PnrCTDIMrt''u ' ''catctilnt:'' diseases dur OUrrLtllllUlnif thesnmmr months (either among your family or your do- Mmeetic animals) hum feealiury 8 ulpliur t.'andles freely in your Closete Ollais Kiulien Out- rnUCADT housed Chlke.J Coops. Bird llMlUm Caires StableB JloK I'ens Ac. Abeolutelv no dareer of llie. JIMn inVO Theae rarullea are handy and al hWU JUI .' Wiv ready for immediate uwv tiTKi'iiiinili" lienson s 1'ias- ter for athea and pains ""-ftj 5 TON WAGON SCALES lion levers fttcet ir1rw ItraM 1 ar ItcKm an! H-aro box $60 and JONKHh pi llitlrt-lKli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

TATE VOL XYII. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13 1S88.--PAGES 1 TO S NO 44 AUSTIN WEEKLY SmA THURMAN. The Democratic Nommea for Vice-President En Route to New York. " Great Enthusiasm and Popular Demonstrations All Alonz the Road Addresses. Habbisbubo September 5. Desiring to enjoy an unbroken night's rest Judge Tburman and party kept the hour of their departure from Columbus to themselves. The private oar of President Brioe of the Lake Erie and Western had been plaoed at their servioe and it was attached to the Pennsylvania speoial fast through train on the Pennsylvania road and the party was whirled along at the rate of forty miles an hour. At Alioona word was received of the reception to be tendered at Harrisburg and it beoame evident that the quiet trip that had been planned oonld not be made. ' The party in the private our consists of Judge Allen G. Thurman Allen W. Tbur- man Allen G. Thurman jr. Allen O. Myers Colonel Wm. Allen Taylor.Congressman Beriah Wilkins an A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

1USTTN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 188S WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TJIXAB. Enterod t the poeUifflce as second-clasB matter. Offia o7pibUctfon West recan street next to poetofflce. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY L. A. BUJB III T. Pbtob Piytok Brown W. K. Uambt PrMlrient Vice-President . Secretary General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DilLT. One Year (invariably in advance) Six months " " " Three months " " " One month " " " BUNDAY Uill.T. Twelve months 81x monthe . 1 io on 5 on 2 ro 2 oo 1 U) WEEKLY. months 'J 'SJ T7oel'f CKUhy draft on Austin P. O. J" postal note registered letter or express. Sample eoplei sent free on application. Twelve Pages. ANNOUNCEMENTS. WJJ a-e authorized to announce Judge J as. II. Hurts a a candidal fur county judge at Ihe ensuing election in Novemlier. IvwjR D1STKICT ATTOHNEY-1 am a demo- cralic candidate for district attorney. Joe U. Stbwaiit. " A 7 E are authorized to announce Hon (eo. W. V V Glasscock of Goorfretown as a democratic candidate f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1888 RICHMOND. The Trouble Ended and the Armed Men Returning to their Homes. The Citizens Make a Full State- ment of the Difficulty and its Causes. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Richmond Se ptember 7. The test of the party who went to the "colony" re- turned to town this afternoon. They were thoroughly fatigued having been in the saddle about forty-eight hoars and with very little to eat The hardship they underwent is strikingly illustrated by an aooount of the breakfast they ate yester- day morning. On their return trip they had reached that condition that makes a man feel that the only object in life is to seoure another square meal. While riding along on the prairie some one suggested that it was about time for their meal and accordingly a calf was roped slaughtered and skinned; a fire was kindled and with- out the most remote resemblanoe to a ouokiug utensil the entire aLimal was cooked. This having bevn completed the crowd of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1S8S CITY AM) COUTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Thanks. The Statesman acknowledges the re- ceipt of an invitation to attend the soiree to be given by the Knickerbockers Wednesday the 12th inBt. California Shooting. Benj. Wiermann a well-known young man of this oity who went to Los Angeles Cal. about a year ago was shot and in- stantly killed a week ago. He was 21 years of age and has a brother living in this city. Comfortably Fixed. The chairman of the repnblioan coanty executive committee has oalled a conven- tion to meet at the ooort house Saturday September IB to elect delegates to the state convention. The comber of delegates to attend have been oomfortably fixed so as to give the city about ten majority over the entire county delegation and of course the bos- ses here in town will run "de machine" or know the reason why. The country folks should oome neelea to muse a ngui. Immigration Literature. Through the courtesy of P. J. Lawless t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 18S8 fiREAflfe&lEDY FOR PAIN. CURES Rhenmatism Neuralgia Sciatica Lumbago Haclcache Toothache Sort) Throat Swelling Sprains Bruise liurns Scalds Frost-bites. Bold by Druggists and Dealers Errrwhr. FiftyCtnta The Charles A. Vogelep Co. Balto. Md BUEHET BUDGET. A Texas Manufactory Three Hundred ' Pairs of Boots per Day. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Boenet September 5. The Marble Falls tannery has on hand now 60000 .pounds of leather ready to work up into boots and shoes. Tbe machinery is all in place and every arrangement com- ted for active preparations in the matter of skilled ... - Manager Arm- strong is now i-. iiew Orleans for the por pose of employing the necessary skilled workmen who will be taken from the south if they can be found and secured on satisfactory terms. With a complement of hands the factory will have a capacity at the beginning of 300 pairs of boots and shoes daily. The tannery is running reg- ularly and add...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 18S8 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Fat Cattle. Mr. J. W. Clark was in from Williamson county yesterday with thirty head of very fine bacther stock which he sold to Ed. Haigler the Union market man. Picked Up. A fine bay horde branded TG (con- nected) and supposed to have been stolen has been picked np ou the prairie south of town. Deputy Sheriff Piatt can Rive information about him. Painfully Injured. A little bootblack and newsboy while playing Thursday hnd his left foot very painfully injured. The flesh was torn oil the top of it exposing tlu bone. Dr. Graves sewed up the cut and dressed the wound. Yesterday the foot was badly swollen and the little fellow waa suffering greatly. His parents do not live heru and he should bo placed in the hospital until able to attend to his duties. Governmental. Business in all the departments yester- day was dull. The comptroller registered $20000 worth of Wichita county bridge bonds. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 1888 7 THE STATE CAPITOL Matters Picked Up in Our Tour oi the Departments. Important and Interesting Infor mation for County Officials and the People. (From Thursday's Dally. Relative to the troubles in Fort Bend county noted in the telegraph columns of The Statesman yesterday the governor received the following dispateh last after- noon from the sheriff of Fort Bend coontjn v Richmond Tex September 5. Governor L. S. Roes: Send me ten rarjgers at once. Trouble expected. T. J. Uarvby Sheriff Brazoria County . The following was sent in reply to the above: "Rangers cannot be ha-1. If local military are not available yon can sun J for Captain Munson. of Brazoria and ten men or he will be ordered from this ollice if von so desire W. II. Kino Adjutant-general. STATE DEPABTMENT. The Southwest Land oompany yester- day filed an amendment to its charter changing the name to the Fort Worth Land and Street Railway company. The capital stook of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1888

s AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER l:i 18SS Brazos Street DrUUll lintel. Austin Texas STATE NEWS. Items and Comments Culled From State Exchanges. Sixty-six members were added to the Baptiht church as the result of a two weeks' revival meeting at Omaha lex. A handsome new depot is to be erected 1? 'hp Tii'T"afiTial n-l Owt Nor'bTii Railway company at llauthville. The assessor of Webb county stales that the population of the county hag increased over fi000 within the past live years. Work has oommenced on the jail at Bal- liniter to coat $21000 and the court house to coat $30000 will be commenced on September 10. Work is rapidly progressing on the new jail which the county commissioners' court of Williamson county contracted Home time ago. Farmers are pouring into Mills county and land is selling more rapidly than for ten years past. Work will eoon begin on a large Hour mill and gin. It is said that the vast landed interests of the Frauklin Land and Cattle company ohielly...

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