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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

iUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1 18S8 A REPLY. Figures Presented by Judge Brack- enridga end the County - Commissioners. To the People of Travis County: Thorn a i nhlished in the Austin Statesman on October 11 and 12 oertHin tabulated statements of what purported t o L j expenditures of oonnty moneys under Judge Fulmore in the lust year of his ad ministration and under Judge Braokeu- ridt?e from the beginning of his adminis tration to Aucustlo 1888. The statement was headed: "ALARMING FIGURES! TO VOUB TENTS OH V0TEBB! AND PAVE THE COUNTY FBOM BANKBUPICY. The 'Following Comparative Statement Carefully Compiled from Offloial Re- cords Should be Read and Reflected Over by Every Man in the County They are Absolutely Correct. To the Tatpayers and Voters of Travis County: "We submit for your consideration the following comparative statement of the expenditures of the general revenue fond of Travis county for two years under the administration of Hon. Z. T. Fulmore as county ju...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKsDAY. NOVEMBER 1 1838 6 X. ft . vei gM u.y Vitj In.. CITY AND COUNTY. FBOM SATURDAYS DAILY. GovernmentaL The Co-operative Association of Pa rons of Husbandry Sn baa capital stock 100l filed a charter la the offi of the eeeretiry of star ye-terday. The Kange. htocimea report the range in fine cod dition the late rain having been of great benefit btock are fat and in better cod dition than for year fur entering an pssaing through th winter. Brighter Prospects. Mr. Ike T. I'ryor the well-known cattle man retorted from Colorado ye-terday where he has been spending the eamme He think the on'lojk for cattlemen mnch bright .-r than it ha been for some years. and he anticipates better price and more activity next season information tram his ranch as to the condition of gras an stock is very encouraging. Graft is good and cittle fat. A Card from Doctor Fields. Acstis October 'if In Tn Daili Statesman of the 23i find a card from Mr. Bart C. Giles in which te usea ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. KOVEMBER 1 1SS8 CONGRESSMAN SAYERS 'The Tariff and Other National Questions . Ably Discussed. Speeches by Mr. J. H. Copeland and Others. Tinn. Joseph D. Sayers member of I congress for the Tenth distriot arrived last evening from Georgetown where he and Attorney-general nogK ana ex- Governor Lubbook addressed several thousand people attending the barbecue at that place. In accordance wnn nis appointments Colonel Sayers also addressed a large nndienoe here last night in front of the opera house where he was enthusiastically greeted and disoassed the more important issues of the canvass with great force and clearness. When congress met there was a surplus of 130000000 in the treasury. All onr indebtedness except two amounts had been provided for. These were the 1 per cent bonds dne in 1891 and another eeiies of 4 per oenta due in 1907. These were the only evidences of outstanding obligations to be met. The secretary of tbe treasury under tne directio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1SSS 1 ' t : . ; M ii i;1 ;i ! HHEUMATI5M. Corrotenihe lid CcncttsSt TerLsionj. tovtU. Kua.. Jtlj I. ltST. gtsilon -Xr Lwu Colli au Jirt e'J;4 k. u4 t:ru a taat t bey C r:i fcctis- mi wa wai for cripri n entdN. ud wu tsn T t. Juab Oil U 1M1: tt cm lu s4 ts lew ftt wort ftt KUiU Ulr: U. can r; J pnvt l&a f St Jeot4 CU. tl 610. C. CSSCCD. H B. ! Sr'd i r-T.v-itfj cr.d I cVti Fr-v 'rf. The tbarUs A. VoclerCo. Ualto. Md. New ! New ! New ! 3Iusic Books. 0li IURMOVV 'c'!t-; L. o. m-rn. For Mncinj Closes. 1 ml set of me- lodijnseierr: ui mst tun; with explana- tion ail lent collection of v:re-i and ssca- lu EUSIi. Sos Minus' 15x I. i) ct For Primary L'iasS. isoo;: wancsl. Book II. ij cts Fcr -Medium Sosi; Manual Book III. V cts ) For Higher Classes. A n-w t of ;id Schxd Son- Boob. y L O. Sm-rson. Teaohers ill incl them useful tad attractive. JFt.L OK VICTOHY ' " ' i Tenner arc H jS.mnn. An anus'iall? e.-.d Temtran-e r.i ll.i. 1 l first rt foa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

WEEKLY nn ATE VOL' XYII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MURHIHG. HOYEMBER 1 1S88. PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 5T AUSTIN MI LORD WEST. President Cleveland Sends Official Uoliue That He Is no Longer Wanted. Sacretary Bayard's Report to the President An Interesting Official Document. Wasb.'-oxo October 30. By direction of the president the seoretary of state to day informed Lard Sackville West that for onuses heretofore made known to her majesty's government his continuance in liia preheat offioiai position in the United States is no longer aooeptable to this gov- ernment an 1 would consequently be detri ment il to relations between the two oovr.tri? ;.. liEOI.fclABY BAYED-8 EEPOBT. The (-fODLJa of this action on the part of the Unit ! States are stated in the re- port of the seoretary of State to the presi- de ut dated the 29 ih inst. which is as fol- lows: Depabtmknt of State Wasuw.tok D. 0. Ootober 29 1888. ) To th' 1' resident The undersigned has the honor to submit.for your consid- eration the follow...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

10" AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1S88 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUST15. TSXAS. EaterJ tt the posu.Kce m "wood clwi mnr. Ofll'w ff publication Hes.t fects etret next to potb.ffi . MTATISltAK PUBUSHIMG COMPANY. b A. Zum IiiT. para Phtok Brow W. K. IUnaT Vlce-Prenld.-nt Secretary General Manager KATES OF SUBSCRII'TIO-V. DaILT. 0m 'I'U dnT4-1iblj In idvanco) Sll month " " " Tore months " " " Onmo'.b " " " On welt " " T7XDAT DilLT. Twele month Six tLonthi - 10 00 5 fl 2 50 1 On tit 1 Oil months -.. T?lv month Poatave fr to til part of the f r a1 A nil fttvlm r.:s 1.35 L'nllel Stat. Lanii v.w Haft ..n imiin. P. O. moner order ntf 1 not. rwljitri lr or xprM. Sinul Hark nam ben Twelve Pages. jfSSOUNX'Ei!BTs. WE are aathorlzl to announce Hon Geo. W. (1m(K!ocIi ol'jeorrrtown m a democrstlc rao'llMite for mate senator of the Twenty-fourth district. I TK re Instructed to announce Ed Anderfon V V ' ndl'e for connty treasurer at the ensuing -ciion in November. Tl't lire authorized to annou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THIIm vvTrr . 1868 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Base Ball. It is said the Austin Kids and Kyle Xone Stars have arranged to play another game of base ball next baturaay at Hyle Colonel Belknap. Co'.onel Belknap repnbliean candidate for oongress from tbla distriot is expected to address the people of Austin one night this week probably Friday night bat that is not certain. Death of Mrs. Sauls. Old Mother Sauls the mother of Mrs. Martin Allen of this oity and also of Messrs. James E. and Charles Sauls near Eotto died at the residenoe of Martin Allen on Wednesday the 15th instant. Mrs. Sauls was born Ootober 30 1816 in the state of Georgia and moved to Texas with her father's family (Dawson) then a large family in 1833. Two brothers only survive her. They were among the early settlers of old Nashville on the Brazos river then the frontier of Texas. Mrs. Sanls with her husband Chas Sauls was also one of the first settlers of Williamson county having move...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1888

AUSTEi WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1 1888 12 Not a Pimple On Him h Bad with Eczema. Hair all Gone. Scalp covered with eruptions. Thought his hair would never grow. Cured b Cuticurallem- edies. Hair splendid and not a Pimple on him. I cannot enongb in praise of the CtTitrRA Eemkuie. My boy w hen one year nf age was to bad with eczema that he lost all of bie hair tils acalpwas covered with eruptions wMcb the doc- tore said wat scald head and that hie hair won Id neer grow again. Despairing of a cure f'om phvsiclans I began the uee of the Citicciu Km kiies and I am happv to eay with the most per- lett success lis hair is now splendid and there le not a pimple on him. 1 recommend the Crr.- ciiia Kbhemks to mothers at the mst speedy economical and sure cure for all ekin dl-eaees of Infants and children and t el that every mother who has an afflicted child win thank me for ao doing. Mm. M. E. AVOODol'.M Norway Me. A Fever Bore Eiht Years Cured. I must extend to yon the thanks of o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY 8 TATESMAN VOL XYlr AUSTIN TEXAS THUESDAYMOBHIHG. HOYEMBER 8 1S88 PAGES 1 TOR ' rn an t " i TRAIN THUGS A Train on the Mexican Central Held up .South of 1 Paso. $3000 Taken. Tne tot tiers Supposed to be Americans Escape With the Company's Locomotive. attendance. Then this being a politioal year and the fair holding noon the verse of election had a tendenoy to restriot the attendance and some are of opinion that the advent of the San Antonio fair enter- prise kept thousands of southern Texans from attending. The management recog nizes that the fair held too long. Three weeks is too long for a fair In Texas. The direotory will start to work on the fair of 1889 last as soon as the work of the pres ent is completed. There was no special attraction to-day. The Pueblo Indians and Liberati band oonstitated the chief features of interest. ' THE BRAZOS. a. .rarty ol Capitalists and Con tractors Gone Down to Look at its Mouth. News From Stanley and His Ex pedition by Arab Mercha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8 18S8 DAILY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TBIAH. Kilt red t the postofllc as secondclaaa mitter. Office of publication Weat hecan street next to poetofflre. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Ellis In T. Prtob f-BTTOH Bbowh W. K. Hambt President Vice-Pnwldent Secretary Genera! Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY One Tear (Invariably In advance) $' 00 Six montha " " " & Three montha " " " 2 ' One moath " " " 1 00 One week " " " SCNDAT D11XT. Twelve montha IJ jj Six montha ... 1 Ou montha .......... ...f0.79 Twelve montha Postage free t all part of the United Sutea Canada and Mexico. Kemlt by draft on Austin P. O. money order postal note registered letter or expreee. Sample aoulea aent free on application. Back numbers can beenppllcd. Twelve Pages. The campaign prevaricator hasn't been s plentiful in this canvass as osnal. Th teBtimony of Captain O'Shea in the Parnell-Times case before the oommis- ion yesterday while profoundly interest tag prov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

-tip in -fnatiiviir'wiat Bianinw int'B; I I . iw v oi rv o x octt FOREIGNNEWS Emperor William and the News- papers A.Portion of the Berlin Press Cntisizing Bim. Later Particulars of .the Wreck of the Czar's Train Twenty- one Killed. Beblin November 3. The Reiohzan- 'zelger in its issue to-night states Em- peror William's recent reply to the Berlin municipal committee in spite of the un- mistabable clearness of its meaning has caused some misleading and malioions misrepresentations in a portion of the Berlin press particularly in the free thinking and ultramontane organs. It appears these journals attempted after a precoaoerted plan to misrepresent the bearings of the emperor's statements. The emperor oommands it to be explicitly deolared it was the spirit and not the matter of the tree thinking journals which wounded his feelings. Bis majesty had oonoluded from the rela- tions in which the mnnioipal committee stand to this position of the press that they were in a position to bring ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY KOyEMBER 8 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. VROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. The University Addition. The addition to the University is going up rapidly.and it won't be long before tbe walls will be completed and tbe building ready for the roof. Geological Bureau. The eeol'jpical bureau expert in south west Texas is making good headway with his work. The mountains ot that sectioD of the state are found to be f nil of mineral wealth specimens of which will be shipped here. Mountain peats there lift tbel beadi to heighth of 6000 feet above eea level. And tbe thermometer ranges from 90 dees and over at midday to 42 uegs at night. It is a wonderf tl section of the state and needs development. The Great MacFlinn Show. At least 2500 people old and young big and little witnessed MacFlinn's 10-cent show last night. The performance was exoellent varied and highly pleasing. Mao knows bow to put up a good show and the people appreciate it. At the noon entertainment yesterday the pu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8 1888 asssawai Miii - sv v - A. WWW WT : J . PLANT TREES Beautify Your Homes and Make the City Attractive. Timely Suggestions for Property Owners and All Who Love the Beautiful. Aastio nestling in shady valleys and on sonny hillsides ia wondroosly attraotive. Naturally there is nothing to mar her beauty and oiily the horrible oondition of her streets and the sad look of suitable sidewalks detract from her loveliness. Will the city lawmakers ever give ns bet- ter ones? There is too in many plaoes a lack of shade trees. In the city there are many beautiful homos but there are mauy not so beautiful. Everybody hav- ing a home should now be adorning the front yard and highway in the vioinity with shade trees for this is the season to transplant and set them out. Shade trees should be planted along side ail the streets. Ia a oity like this where nooses are painfully white where built of stone and where the white limestone in many plaoes is left...

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

1 "A.. AUSTIN VVEKlvLY S TAlY ?MAX TITCTISPAY N0ra:&mEir?TO3 i ii J! I 1 1 . CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Dangerously 111. Mr. J. 8. Crawford reoeived a telegram yesterday afternoon from Black Jaok Grove flopkina oounty saying his daugh- ter Mrs. Blaok of that plaoe was danger- ously ill. A Pastor Resigns. Reverend Dootor Howard has resigned the pastorate of the First Baptist ohuroh of this olty to take effeot Deoember 31. The resignation was aooepted by the ohnroh. . Governmental. The Texas and Paoifio Railroad com- pany paid $4640.75 interest andl546.91 sinking fnnd doe the school fond. Revenue deposits by me oompiruncr were fM89 to revenue and $310 to the sohool fnnd. Traveling Together. For the week ending yesterday County Clerk Brown issued the following mar- riage licenses: Henry Smith and Hulda Kruger. Frank M. Sanford and Mary Brydson. John W. Bellew and Charlotte Gregg. Charles Haskell and Margaret Harri- son. J. W. Combes nnd L. J. Stewart. Henry Brueder and A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

4 ! AUSTIK WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKfeDAY. NOVEMBER 8 1888 SUNDAYJTEMS. Terrible Coal Mine Explosion. Seventeen Men Killed and Injured. A Catholio Bishop Consecrated. General News Foreign and Domestic. . An App Uling Mine Catastrophe ? Williamspobt Penn. November 4. j The officers of the Kettle Creek Coal Mining company belonging in this oity sre in reoeipt of information that .terrible explosion ooonrred at their mines ;in Clinton oonnty on the line of the Philadelphia and Erie railroad last even jng. Superintendent George L. Miller jupon hearing a heavy report at the new No. 2 drift prooeeded to the spot when he 'r at onoe saw a violent explosion had taken plaoe. The necessary arrangements were qoiokly made to oarry air to the faoe of the work and men entered the mine to learn the partionlars of what had oooarred An appalling state of affairs was found fnside. Of twenty-one men who had been working in the drift only three or four jjaoaped death or injury. After an hour tard work four...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKfcDAY. SOVEMIJEK 8 183 8 SCRATCHED 28 YEARS! .4. Scaly Itching Skin Disease with Endless Suffering Cured by Cuticura Remedies. If I had known of tbe Citicuba Rimkdies ventyeight years ego It would have saved me . ) (two hundred dollars) aud an Immense u ount ut suffering. My disease (Psoriasis) com- ; nced on my bead In a spot not larg-r than a . int. It spread r idly all over my body and got i ader my nails. The scales would drop off of me -. 1 tbe time and my suturing was endless and Itbout relief One thousina dollars would not tempt me to have tbls disease over again. J am a jor man but feel rich to be relieved of what r we of the doctors said was leprney some ring- ortn psoriasis etc. I tooK and bar- iparillas over one year and a balf but no cure. I sut to two or three doctors and no cure. I can- H p aise tbe C'iticuba Revedies too much 'i bey have made my skin as clear and tree from ales as a baby's. All 1 used of them was three i-s of CuTicuBt and ...

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

AXTSTI N WEEKLY TATESMAN. 8 YQL XYH A.USTIK. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. HOYEMBER 8 1S88.--PAGES 9 TO 19 PA NEW YORK; Chairman Bribe and the National Democratic Ticket Still Hold Out. NO CONCESSION. They Say They Concede Nothing Until Beviaed Returns Are Received. THE REASON "WHY. The Facts Upon Which Their Action Is Based They Still Claim the State. KINGS COUNTY. Errors Claimed in the C-ounty Though to What Extent Not Known. BE PUBLICANS CHAJJGE The Democrats Will Attempt to Steal the State What the World Says. New York Nbw Yobk November 7. The Evening World in a late extra quotes Chairman Brioe of the demooratio national oom. mittee as having said: "We oonoede nothing and from the latest returns there ' is a fair indioatlon that Cleve land has oarried New York state." This is what they say at national demooratio headquarters and it was Riven out as the official utterance of the national oommittee to the oro wd of anxious visitors who . thronged the parlors this morning in searoh of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1888 10 ! s WEEKLY STATESMAN. AT7ST1N. TJIXA8. Entered at the poatofflce as aecondclasi mutter. Office of publication Wet i'ecan etreet next to poetoffice. BTATISMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. (i. A. lun I KB T. Pbvob Ftton Bbowm W. B. Hambt PvaaMnnt Vice-President Becretarj General Manager BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAO.T. One Tear (invariably In advance).... 8lx months " " ' Three monthi " " " One month " " " n " " etmDAT SAILT. Twelve months ? 5 Biz months 1 ...110 00 .. 8 00 .. 2 50 ... 1 00 25 WIKKXT. tn.TB 125 the United States months 1 Twelve months . Postage fre te all parts of Canada ana jipxicu. . Itomit by draft on Austin P. O. money order postal note relstered letter or express. Sample iopiea sent free on application. Back numbers can be anppllid. Twelve Pages. WHAT DID IT ? The man who doesn't know how and why the election result is as it appears to be will be extremely hard to find. The "I told you so's" in politios are more nu- merous ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

.1- CITY AND COUNTY. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8 1888 WROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. AX : ; ' i -rue ifiifAMi 1 iiii. naii-UII FROM WEDNESDAY'S DAILY. KICKER. A Few Strenuous Protests Against Things in General whioh Judge Walker sod Major owwin received the following: At St. Elmo for dintrint 1nnW A. R Walker received 9 votes: in the Fifth mrA. Death's Doine-a I M ? I hrvd ma wA A1 A t en - no. I T: J a a i sooti-retorT' i'g: 'pMr iS; joa. eor Biir Rwofit Pntntnea. Kouns. 23: Eighth wn. I7r nif sinM w.rt. w " I.. "1"" .io..' iuo ajcaeri 0 I o r b-i I vi. UEWIIWa was ntffnlV f nr nmm . .... I nh H lim a .i r L J J 1 . f 1 1 1 1 i : I . - . I . w u iiirm. The sweet potato crop in this county ""' r "m s aquihuu roeocoiea colored man a devout member "There are neirsnanfr whiVh dnlnnH. this year is a large one. The crop ha. 2 ;5 Webberville 40; BoU Creek of the Methodist church and his death ingZlZZtd .knnk h! Jnr. ..j h. .ioM ulman sohool house. 32. has crerfttd a -;.- . wvumu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1888

1USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8 188S 12 AN'ABLE ADDRESS Delivered Before the Travis Coun- ty Teachers' Institute by Professor Lowery. The Subject of Educating the Youpg and the Qualifica- tions of Teachers. Professor Lowery on being elected president of the Travis County Teachers institute delivered the following address: Ladies and Gentlemen I thank you very cordially and sincerely for the honor and confidence implied in selecting me to preside over the deliberations of so iutel- Ugekt a body of men and women as the Travis County Ueaohers' institute it is an honor upon which I place no ordinary valuation. I can only trust that your confidence has not been misplaoed. I know that there are among you many far more worthy of the honor and certainly mnoh more competent to disoharge in a proper manner the duties of the position than I am. I would be glad to feel that I possess even in a moderate degree some of those qualities that so responsible a position demands but I assu...

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