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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 October 1888

KLY MAN VOL XVII. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. OC I OB c!R 1 1 S8S. -PAGES9 TO 12 NO 49 WEE" STATES THURMAN The Old Roman Ureeted With Great Crowds Immense En- thusiasm in Indiana. What He Said In Hi Sneech to a Vast Multitude at Shelbyville. Shelbyville Ind. Oatober 15. Ten cars carrying Judge Thutman and party left Cinoinnati on the Big Four road kat 8:30 this morning for tho demooratio bar- beoae at Shelbyville. Extra oars on the train were oooupied by 200 members of the Euokworth olub 150 of the Tharman olnb from Cinoinnati and fifty more from the Thurman olubColumbusall uniformedbe sides a large number who did not go in the delegations. Judge Thnrman was taken to the depot by the Cinoinnati escort com tnittee and the crowd there gave him a hearty sendoff as he walked to the oar The first oar of the train was literally cov ered with bandanas and banners while enthusiastic demoorats were one and all provided with bandanas and s'rong longs As the train palled slowly through the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 October 1888

AUSTIN YTEKLY STATESMAN. THUK&DAY. OCTOBER 18 188S 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUST1. TKXAS. Entered tt the pot. fflce M seeond-tlaM mutter. Offics of pcbUctiVn Rett hecu street Beit to poftfcffite. BTATKSMAN PUBLISHING COMPANT. (.. A. Eixn Iki T. Fhtob Pittoh Brows W. R- Bahbt PrMldent Vice-President ScretArj General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION . DAXLT. One Yer (invariably 1b ivnc) I1J BU month. " " 5 g Three months " " f On.moi.tb " " " S? One week " " " -J SUNDAY DAILT. Tmlve months 'j !J Biz months - w WXZKLT. months - ZTf?X-iiiV''o'Vhe"tnl C;;K.P. O. money order noital noli reared letter or express. Sample ioplesient frei on sppUcsUon. Back numbers tan besnpplUd. OPPOSITION TO MAJOR SAVERS. The republicans of thin the Tenth con eional district in convention assembled in San Antonio last Saturday plaoed in nomination as opponent to Major Bayers for congressional honors Col. A. Belknap a prominent citizen of San Antcnio. 0 dispatch from thaf city announcing this action stated that...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. The International Route. The International and Great Northern 'Railroad eomrianv will hereafter be known 1 as "The International Ronte." Tennis Tournament. The Fairview Park Tennis olnb have eleoted Messrs. A. B. Speir jr. and Omar W. Cooper to represent them in the tennis tournament at Dallas on the 2'Jth and 30th. For Assault. Offloer ThorpSanday afternoon arrested Frank Charvis a Mexican who lives four miles northwest of the oity for assaaltiDg James Lensing. He was np before Jus- tioe Calhoun yesterday and was fined $5 andoosts. A New Organist. Mrs. Townsend having resigned her po sition as organist of St. David's chnroh to take effeot on November 1 Mrs. Crane has been appointed and will commence her duties on November 1. Mrs. Crate is a fine musioian and her appointment will afford the congregation of St. David's splendid music. District Court. In the district court yesterday Judge Key pre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1883 12 ' Not a Pimple On !!h hv. Had ir Hit Eczema. Hair nil done. Smlit rnrered iritli traitttoas. Thought his hair troahl tierer avow. Cured ha Vatieara Heat l'i at pie on hi at. 1 cannot say enough la praise of the OcnefRA liKUKUirs .My hoy when one year of a.'" whs eo'bal with e-zema that he lot all of his hair. ill ecalp was covered with eiuptions wi Ich the doc- tors said was ecald head and that his hair would never irrow again. Despairing of a cure f om phvsic.ans f begin the nseot the (Tricra Rem- ei.Ieb. and I am hippy to eay with the rno't ner lect me e a. file hair la to splendid and 'h 're is not a iilmpleon him. 1 recommend the Citi- CCHA :kkuies to mothers as the meet speedy economical and sure cure tor all skin di-eases of Infants and children and feel that every mother who Ins an alllicted child will thank me for so dli""' Miid. M. E. WOODsUM Norway Me. A Fever Sore Eight Years Cured. I must extend to you the thinks of one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATE SMAN VOL. XYII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 25 1S88.---PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 50 DEEPJWATER Mooting of the Committee of the TJew West at Dallas . Yesterday. Judge nancoek's Bill Appropria- ting $10000000 Adopt 3d fj the Committee. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas Oatober 17. The interstate deep water committee created by the late Denver deep water oonvention met in this city to-day in adjonrned session. The following members were present: Arkansas I. F. Sorrels Pine Bluff j Wm. Fishbaok Fort Bmith. Colorado Governor Alva Adams ex Governor Evans F. L. Dana of Denver; C. 0. Davis of Leadville; Senator Adair of Wilson Kansas? Howell Jones J. R. Malvene ofTopeka; W. E. Hatohison of Wiohita and E. W. Emory and Marsh M. Murder of Lawreme. ' Nebraska Bon. Champion S. CaBe Herman Koantze and William N. Nason oU)maha; 0. E. Goodall of Linooln. New Mexioo Frank C. Flame of Taosa and O. L. Houghton of Las Vegas. Iowa A. FeChamberlain of Des Moines. Missouri Sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25 188S WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Tnt.raH mt th noatoffice as wcond-clase matter. Office of publication Went Pecan street neit to postomce. BTATESMAN P0BU8HING COMPANY. L. A. Ellis InT. Pbtob PlTTOK UboW W. K. Hambt President Vice-President Secretary General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION . duly. r.. V... M.rl.Klt In v.nrAl tlO 00 Six months " " " j jJJ lln. month " 1 00 One week " " " BUNDAT DAILY. 25 Twelve months f J J nil miiiiLiiH ...... . " WKEKLT. months ........ ...$0.75 Twelvemonths -a Paetase ire to all parts or ine uniieu i uan&ua ana jnexicu. nemil OT QTBI nur.m . v. -J -1 postal note registered letter or express. Sample aoDlns sent free on application. Back numbers can be supplied. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. TOR PRESIDENT. GBOVEH CLEVELAND OF HEW YORK. FOB vice-president: ALLEN O. TflUBMAN OF OHIO. for electorh: The Bute at Large A. W. Terrell of Travis; J W. Bailey of Cooke. First Dlstrlct-A. T. McKlnney of Walker. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25 18S8 ADJOURNED. The Longest Congress on Record Takes Its Final Adjourn- mentClosing Scenes. Last Bill Introduced in the Senate Usual Resolution of Thanns Adopted. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. BENATK. Washington Ootober 20. The senate haa adjourned without day. Only seven senators had the benefit of the final prayer this session of the ohaplain Rev. Mr. Butler namely: The presiding officer Senator Ingails and Senators Allison Cookrell Mitohell Paddook Salisbury and Teller. Daring and immediately after the reading of the j oornal the senate was reinforoed by the presenoe of Senators Blaokbnfn Reagan and Sawyer. On motion of Senator Allison a committee of two senators was appointed (Allison and Salisbury) to join a like com mittee on the part of the home to wait on the president and inform him that oon dress having finished its business was ready to close the present session by adjournment at 1 o clock to-day . Senator Biaokburn presented the minorit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. TH UKSD AY. OCTOBER 25 1888 CITY AND C0U5TY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Carried Off the Prize. Mr. Will Sutor won one of the prizes at the prize shoot in San Antonio the other day. Fun for the Goobo Twirler. The keno way of running the fee racket in governmental affairs is undoubtedly fun for the able twirlers of the "goose" but it is death to taxpayers and inevi- tably depleted treasuries. "The observa- tion of this remark is in the application of it." - Justice J. A. Stewart. Mr. J. A. Stewart democratic candidate for justice of the peace in this the Third precinct is stumping around and is gath- ering in the voters and the indications are now that he will oarry every polling box in the preoinct. When elected he will make a good officer and this being patent the ballots will go in lor mm. The New President. Mr. Castlemnn's farmiog business forced him to refuse to serve another term as pres ident of the board of trade and another selection bad to be made. The b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25 18S8 5 DREAD DIPHTHERIA. Perambulating Reporter's Search After Information Yesterday. The Opinion of Eminent Physi- ciansOnly Sporadic Cases in the City and Country. THE BED BEICK. On West Seventh street just in the rear of the old three-story red brick occupied as a drug store by Dootor Tobin is another red brick two stories high. In- deed it is an extension of the three-story atruoture. The seoond floor of this exten- sion is separated from the parent bcilding by a covered hallway. The old red brick with its modest extension has a history bat The States- man this morning can only barely allude to it. The front of it has looked down npon gome of the most desperate and bloody encounters ever witnessed on the frontier of the great sonthwest. Within its walls in the long ago the "Knights of the Golden Cirole" and the "Knights of Malta" held their regular stated meetings. After thera the Masons and Odd Fellows entrance to the lodge rooms be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1888 CITY AND COUnTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Fat Cattle. Mr. Ben Johnson the Blanco county onttle man caine in yesterday bead of one beef catrlu. with 100 Gay Gamblers. In Justice Culhoun's court yesterday William Campbell col. red for gambling over the gretn deposited $10 and coats for the fan. .lunchaU Washington colored for the eaine offense was tiued a like iom. Asylum Dance. The weekly dance at the Lnnatic Asy- lum last eveuiug was a highly enjoyable affair. The musio was furnished by the Blind band which was kindly tenJered oomplimeuUry by Dootor Rsiney. After the dancing the members of the band entertained the visitors with some fine vocal OLQsio. Doctor Dorset and his estimable family contributed much to the enjoyment of the occasion. District Court. In the district court yesterday Judge Key presiding the following proceeding were had: Houston and Texas Central Railroad company vs. J. W. Hulse et al.; trespas to try title. Judgment...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIit WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKbDAY. OCTOBER 25 1888 . i MOVING OiN. The Beautiful Land of Sunshine and Flowers. The Hum of Industry as the Great 4 ttoutn i orges to tne xtouv. Boyd Anderson city eleotiioian of Sher- man intends to put in a large iuoandes- cent plant soon. The Sherman Oil and Cotton oompany of Sherman has added to their mill a 200- horse power root boiler. The large roller floor mills at Sherman of the Alliance started on the 27th inst. This is a co-operative conoern owned by he Farmers' Alliance. The city of Sherman has parohased the aro light plant of the looal oompany and has purchased a Russell antomatio engine to run the same and has moved the plant to the oity water works. A company from north or east has leased a traot of land about eight miles north of Atlanta near the Texas and Pa- oific railroad. Has sunk a shaft and found coal in three stratas the lower strata four feet thick. A locomotive tested the ooal making steam satisfactorily on lbs test trip. TENNE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

J. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1S83 8 DENTIST Drieklll Hotel. Austin Tixas. BURNET BUDGET. Convlots in Jail The Cotton Business- Toe Teachers Local Items. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Bubnet Ootober 18. Three convicts are in the jail here awaiting the arrival of the state agent to take them to Hunts- ville. They are J. M. Boyett ten years; J. A. Shaw or Howard twelve years each for horse theft. Charley Williams three years for burglary. Mrs. J. R. Hudson and daughters have gone to St. Louis to attend the fair and exposition. Dootor Taylor and wife of Smithville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 8 pi tier. An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Olive of this place was buried at 3 p. m. to-day. The Teachers' Institute of this county will meet in Burnet next Saturday. Cotton reoeipts at this point to date about 3000 bales. The total .amount shipped from here last year was only 2.C00 bales. Among samples of the vegetable pro- ducts Doctor Lester of this county re- ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY . STATESMAN. VOL XYII. AUSTIH. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORHIHG. OCTOBER 25 1S88.--PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 50 DEFALCATION. Tho City- Treasurer of Cleveland Ohio Jtii'aults in Half a Million And Skips to Parts Unknown With $200000 Cash in His Pocket. Cleveland 0. Ootober 23. Thomas Axworthy oity treasurer is missing. The latest heard of him was his departure from New York foe Montreal Canada. It is olaimed he has $200000 of the city's foods with him . Mr. Axworthy has always been A. considered one of the wealthiest citizens of Cleveland and as a man above reproaoh. Eis property is now being attaohed. Mr. Axworthy is owner of real estate ships that sail the lakes ooal mines and iron f arnaoes and many other valuable investments. When at home he is a prom- inent figure on the street and at every tarn is greeted by old and young rich and poor repnblioans and demoorats. A law whioh provides that the funds of the oity mast be deposited in the bank the municipality to be credited with intere...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1533 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. F.r lmA tj ry" ?.C M iWOKfllH Clatter. Oft "1 ;-it-ik'i..ii We-t if-&a nrwi ttit u pon-ffi e "VrATESMAJ. rTBLIhHINfc COi!?A:iY. . . Ire 7. Fet'jh Mt-hn-wLt W L'. I!xkcl braerkl'ku.u-f KATES OF BjCHIIriO . imrr. j One Y-r 'lsivrikly It HV'-nc; !'.' V' ' Six n..ibt:.i 4 5 ' Tr.rir &-.r.t " " " !') Or.- ro'.ntli " " " 1 ' One w.k " " " VK2AT UAILT. Twelve mo&'.Ll t W 81i njrmtns I ui'jntt f.Tl Twlv m .nth I. hvtut fr in ii (kru of the lul'jl bute Crwi krul M-tl'0. K"i!.tt by Crtt nn Anftln P. O. motejr or4 pottil not- rwi(rd Mw or exurw. huniile ip'.-. nt (r-e on tpplkUon. bv.k nuiurwn cr. etuppll'd. UOT MICH MAJOIflTV The qrjeHtion as regards the state cam- paign in not the re-election of Governor lioeK and hia administration bat by what majority they will be inducted into a sto- ond term. Two years ago Ros received 225775 votes j Cochrane repablicanJ.l'30; Ddhjiity prohibitionist l'J18G. Roi" maj'iri'y ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25 It CITY AND COUxNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Menard County Kanch. Mr. Charlie Anderson of tbe firm of Mlddox Bros. & Anderson has returned frjm their Menard oounty ranoh and reports stock and the range in splendid condition. Attoraey-General Hogg. Attorney-general Hogg leaves next Thursday on a campaign tour to devote f.hn rflmflindflr of the tirna till the fclantinn in delivering speeches on the issues of the day. Attorney-general Hogg will apeak At Burnet 10:30 a. m.. next Fridav 2!th. and at Georgetown 11 a. m. Saturday 27th. iie win aaaress me people oi r ore vvortn Saturday November 3. Bound Overt . Frank Crawford and Frank Merely men tion of whose arreats for breaking into Barry Hawkin's barber shop was made in Sunday's Statesman wera up before Jus tice Tegener yesterday and held to answer in the sum of $200 each. They failed to give bond and were remanded to jail. They are colored and are about 16 and 17 years old respectively. D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 October 1888

AUSTEN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUK&DAY. OCTOBER 25 1888 . THE LEGISLATURE. Bepresentatives and Senators to Be Elected Next Month. The Senatorial and Representa- tive Districts With the Counties in Each. The following are the number of sen- ators and representatives to be elected this jeer: One senator for each of the following senatorial districts to-wit: No. 1 Jefferson Liberty Orange Jas- per Newton Tyler Polk Hardin Cham- bers and San Jacinto. No. 2 Sabine San Augustine Kaoog- doohes Shelby Rusk and I'anola. No. 3 The county of Harrison. No. 5 Delta Hopkins Franklin Camp and Hunt. No. 6 Kains Wood Upshnr Gregg and Smith. No. 7 Van Zindt Henderson Ander- son and Cherokee. No. 11 Wharton Colorado Lnvaoa and GoDzales. No. 12 Fort Bend Burleson 'tt'allur Austin and Washington. No. 16 Kaufman Rockwall and D i:Us. No. 19 Montague Ulay Wichita Ar- cher Yonng Throckmorton Baylor Vil- barger Greer Hardmun Knox Ha-tell Stonewall King Cottle Childress Col- lingsworth) Wheeler Hemphill Lamb L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUST WEEKLY TATE VOL ZYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MURNIKG. NOVRMPlP i irrqpaOTc - " 1 . ' --"-- I wwl. x AVJtJJIU 1 J. (J Q jQ g "J ninnni a Mr Arrival of the Grady Party Sorcli Texas and Their " Peuarture. in Tragedy in Grayson County A Boy Shot Texas To- litioal Events. SpacitJ releariim to lh Statesman. SfiKfiMAN October 25. Hon. Henry Y. Grady the renowned southern orator and editor of tua Atlanta Constitution accom p imca oy uoi. li. N. Howell associate Jitor uf the Constitution; ex-Governor V McDariels of (Horgia and Colonel Nor ton prec i lent of the Louisville and Nash ville railway and others arrived in this . city mis auerr.oon m tneir private oar over the Texas Bud Paoifio railway on a -i;;it to Texas Hud the Indian Territory. They wore rocoiv..;d at the union depot by a committee of citizens composed of J. L. Uiudolph Mayor Green 0. L. T.yoii- and Captain Thomas Forbes. Mr. Grady and his party were t-mder od oi;o of the grandest reoep tions ever accorded an honored gues...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

J'i AUSTIN VTEEKLY STATUS MAX THUE5DAY XOYDIBEB 1 II I - ! ! if i i '! I 1 r T.Y .STATESMAN i clrt fSjatoC-'- STATES I FTBLfcEIS COM J'i. ST. i. A. 2 Ixs 7- PT' - EATE Or fcCkSCBi5' Om JW irU- 7 i Kc. taxtbMM Z Z 2 . I X . i . 1 r---.''- IjsuOj V- rrri.r. 1J. tiM iitut. r&LUJ CM XiTIOXAL tDIOCRiTIC TICET. GiOVEH CXEVELA5D. CF t T4XX- AXZZS O. THtTB3AJT. w-i Ti fct LfJ A. W .TwrtJ "-'f KSSZa T. 31... cf Wftto. KjuW-5. C. f f-"11'- Tlf! Ilrirt-K C. lTt2zni iA rwrth l.-V-i"-'.T.VArf E;ia I&'ZSXYkIZ. Srr'i lr-xVV-t A. Iri 'A VVn. Jlljitfl IijV.t-'. K nr. 0at yuaMiiiir.E.I.ftftfft'rfIJs- jmit IrtitrV w. U- Cwia of 'iria- - .... STATE LDIGCBATK TICKET. L. h. fc'-n. For Liv-itt-?s'i: T. B. WH2ELEK. Attre7-0n:I: J. H. U'XrO. JOHN I. M'.fALU. For T:t-.w: FRASK li. LI" Is BOCK. !r Li.4 Cocrx.iwl'-&tr: B. M. HALL. ?if t'.p'rlx.t'rc.'lol f-3.;it iLt'JZfJtlrja: O. II. CMjPEB. k-.troC05it-J'rf.a W. !tjin. CbM Jn'-: B. K. Ouut J. L. lir.rr. iwiwuauctt. C't f Atv!-J"ta F. WLi't COXGHihI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

&USTES WEEKLY STATESMAN. THPBSDA3T.' NOVEMBER 11IS8S SACKVILLE. His Lordship Likely to be Be- called on Account of His Recent Letter. Campaign in Indiana at White Heat Both Parties Doing Their Utmost. New Yobk October 26. The Herald' Washington correspondent telegraphs to that paper as follows: "I am informed by the highest authority that while the lanzuage of the statement of the secre- tary of state especially as addressed to bis own people if not such rebuke as would compel the withdrawal of Lord Saokville West the British minister it mast make hia position so unpleasant that it wonld make his transfer both agreeable to himself and in the interest of his gov- ernment. The transfer of Lord Saokville would also be entirely agreeable to the department of state since in the event of future negotiations with Great Britain the relations between the present secre- tary and bis lordship oonld not be of a friendly and intimate oharaoter. It is therefore understood the result of the ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUSTtt WEEKLY STA1KSMAX. THUKaDAY. NOVEMBER 1 16S3 4 CITY AM) C0UTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DULY. The Grand Jury. The grand jury will not meet again until the 2Gth of ueit month. District Court. In the district conrt yesterday Judge Key presiding the following proceedings were had: The State vs. Cal Roy theft; acquitted. Not to Blame. The overseer of the work on the road south of the city says he is not to blame for that cave-in near Fairview park Mon- day nuht. He was going out jes'.erday to examine and repair the damage. Lightnings Freak. Mr. W. H. Rivers of the firm of Rivers & Co. Elgin was in town yesterday and informed a Statkjmas reporter that last Sunday during a rain and hail storm lightniug siruck the gin hoase of Mr. L. L. Pnckec. The building was slightly damaged and sime cottoa scorched and injured. Speaking at Del Valle. There wis a gathering of DjI Valle citi- zens last night and speaking in front of Mr. Given' etore by Mr. Frank Brown Mr. Geo. S. Walton Gen. V. R Hamby ...

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