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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 18S8 11 CITY AND COUTY. FfiOM TUESDAY'S DAILY. An Assignment. L. E. Edwards t Co. last Saturday evening made an assignment. The Statesman, however, is informed that the trouble will be safely pashed over and the firm expects to satisfactorily settle all claims end hopes to soon resume business. Trustee Meeting. The trustees of the South Austin echool held a meeting yesterday morning and determined to open the eohoul next Mon day. They also eleoted Miss Demer as assistant teacher. The school will be run eix months. Millions of Crickets. At night around the electric lights great swarms of orickets fly about. The streets under the lights are covered with thm and the buildings near by have thousands upon thousands of them oruwling uponrthat till substantial charges are preferred their fronts. The; remind one of the grasshopper pest some twenty years ago. Honor to Whom Honor ia Due. Too much praise canaot be given Messrs. George Medaris, Wm...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 13 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 18S8 12 Contlr.u?d From Ninth Page actunl results doubtful, and c.-.rapass their disfranchisement where their votts would ba counted nnd their choice cannot be c jerceJ. The nation is cot less thin the state dependent for prosperity upon the intelligence and . MQBALlTT OF THE PEOPLE. Their common interest very early sug gested national aid in the establii-hmt-nt and endowment of schoo's and colleges in new states. Tnere is, I believe, a preteot eiigeuoy that calls for still more liberal and direct appropriations in aid of cam mon sohoul education in the states. The latest idea of the government Is a temporary exp.diuut not a permanent civil ooiidi tiou. It is adapted to the txigenoy that suggested it, bat becomes inadequate and then oppressive when applied to tired and populous communities. KKTKBAL TEUIilTOUIES are well able to bear the burdens and discharge the duties of a free common wealth in the American union. To ex clude them is ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

WEEKLY nn ATE VOL ZYII AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER-20, 1888.--PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 45 AUSTIN S SMAN POLITICAL. Domoorats iu Council in the State cf New York, and Their Proceedings. Down Ease Republicans in Con vention at Boston Other Pohtical Events. Bcvnio, N. Y., September 12. Main r? et wna the rcene of noise and bustle from early morning to-day. Every in coming train brought new delegations to ths damoorati'j convention. Tbe major ity had bands and those who had not fell in behind those who had, and marched up the ceu'ml thoroughfares of the city, while crowd of spectators lined tbe sida- aalku. 1 he lobbies, corridors and side vr.ilks of tho (.Vnessee hotel were-almost i.i passable with the througs that filled them. It wi n there that tne state odm- mii.tees, l.aunany ball, oonnty demo liijr, and Kir.fi'e oonnty demooraoy had h.'ir litudciu i.t in. , At 11 o'cioak the Elmira clobs and Jokg.ite3 foil i.ito line before the Tiille house, with thi-ir bine-clad band in fro...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 1888 "M"r . i ! i ii i i ' ; H v 5 i :i; ! V1 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TBIAS. Entered at the po-toffice as seeoiid-cl-as mutter. Offic of publication, Weit Pec-u street, next to po-toflle. Statesman peblishinu company. r i Tun President ii. T 'o. Vlce-Pre-ldent W. K. Habbt, General Jiansirer RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advvnof) Jlf W l. ...nth " ' " & Three months ' " " S jW Onemu-tli " " " 100 SCNDiT DAILY. Twelve months J? Six months - 1 w WEEKLY. month t?-JJ Twelve months :."' j Poetwe free to til parts of the U nited States and Canada. . Kenilt by draft on An.tln, P. O. money order, poetnl note, registered letter or express, -ample oplea sent free on implication. Twelve Pages. ANNOUNCEMENTS. "1TJ a e authorized to announce (? Jae. H. W Hurls a- a candidate fur county judge at :be ensuine election in Nuvember. 17OR DIsrmrT ATTORNEY I am a denio- cratic candidate for district attorney. Job II. Stewart....

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1883 3 THE CYCLONE. Full Account of the Destruction in Cuba by the Late Cyclone. Total Loss, 810,000,000, and Eight Ilucdred Lives Lost Much Shipwreck. Havana, September .14. Io Caiaren the dain:u;e done to property by the recent cyclone ir. enormous. Forty-six lives wore lust in the oity an suburbs. Lighthouses situated ' on Ooyo Frances were completely demolished and the light-'lon.-e keeper ud two other men drowned. The situation iu Xuleta Abajo is sad, in deed. The tobnsoo orop is a total loss, uud 10,(KKi prcple left homeless and in gient mlitry. Tne greite-M damage by the storm was at Sagun an I v.t l?abella. Over 100 build ings were diuu-oyed. The sea rose six feet. Mcny ti! those who esoaped death from (!y;nt; tioibjrs were drowned. The loss of lif" iu !Sa.ua alone is over 400. A pai-i viifjti. train in Isabella running hirr,y miles (in hour was caught by the viod. Tiio rails bent as if they were n air ius. The train was precipit...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

4USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. SEPTEMBEK 20 1883 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Bida for Advertising. Comptroller MeCall yesterdsy opned the bid for advertising the sale of lands in anorgsnized counties for taxes do and they were a foilows: GalTe-ton News, 50 cn's a line. Fort Worth Gazette, 40 cents a lice. A cans Statesman, SO cents a line. UoutoD Post, 10 cents a lice. A scanning of the above li't will lead one to believe that the Post has knocked the apple, and it may torn oat a very sour one. The Ter,t Services. Last night again there w a la'ge con gregation at the gospel tent. Dr. Mc Intire dtlivered a very powrfd aLd earnest sermon, which richly afTrcted his hearers. At it close nv.ny went up for prayers, and there were four conversions. The meetings are evidently groaing jo power aLd influence. ni the good people who inaugurated, and have beea faithf all conducting them, feel mnch encouraged. There will te services again to-night, and every night this week, weath...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUK&DAY. SEPTEMBER NEURALGIA. CHRONIC Cases PROMPTLY PERMANENTLY. No Return or Pain. Cures Positively. OLD BY BEUOOISTS AND DKALEBS. The Charles A. Vogelor Co., Ualto., Md. BOEBET BUDGET. A Burglary Stolen Money Recovered Marble Falls Personal Notes. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Bubnet, September 13. A negro named Charlie Williams, who has been employed as porter in Mr. Hookwald's store, made his way into Mr. Hookwald's residence last night and stole about (20 that had been taken from the oaeh drawer on olosing up the store and left in Mr. Hockwald'a pants pocket. The offioers were notified this motniDg and kept an eye on Williams Constable Bray saw him put something under a rock baok of Atkinson's black smith shop on West Jackson street, which turned oat to be $16 of t he stolen money a $10 bill, a $5 gold piece ard a .-ilver duller. The negro had paid $3.50 in advance for a livery team, probably in tending to get away with that also . After arre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 1868 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Thinking of Fleeing. Mr. Tom Anderson, one of the most genial and hospitable of men, it is said, is thinking seriously of packing op his dads sad fleeing to the brash until after the oampaign is over. He had twenty one able and hungry oandidates to stay with him the other night, and right royally did he entertain them. Important Committee. Last night, at the business meeting of the Demooratio olub, the following com mittee was appointed to arrange for an open air meeting on Tuesday night, September 18. The state demooratio executive committee will be present: J. W. Robertson, A. voa Roienberg, J . M. Kuykendall, Walter Tips, Albert Townsend, Thos. O. Sneed, Dr. It. M. Swearengen, Frank Maddox, Dr. J. J. Tobin, Geo. F. Pendexter, R. W. Finley, W. B. Wortham, Frank Morris, A. 8. Walker, jr., John O. Johnson, W. B. Walker. Called to meet at 6 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, in otfioe of Maddox B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUK&DAY. SEPTEMBER 20 18S8 THE STATE CAPITOL Matters Picked Up in Our Tour of the Departments. Important and Interesting Infor mation for County Officials and the People. I From Thursday's Dally. No charters were issued yesterday. . Toe following oironlar was sent out by Secretary of State Moore some time sinoe, bat as some of the couuty judges have not responded, attention is again called to it: "In order to avoid mistakes and delays in famishing and forwarding eleotion blacks from this office for the ensuing general eleotion to be held November 6, next, I respeotf ally request that you fur nish this department at yonr earliest con venience with the number of eleotion pre oints in yoor county." COMPTBOLLEB 8 DEPABTMENT. The following assessment rolls ceived yesterday: Parker county, increase Harris county, lncre tee Aransas county, decrease Montague county, increase Robertson county, increase husk county, increase Donley county, increase Armstrong coun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. rHUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 18SS 8 It EST I ST, B?kz S-jk, Dries Ann. Tlx STATE NEWS. Item and Comments Culled Frora State Exchanges. F. Krel w& arrested in Kaufman county and j tiled at DUum Monday on th-r charge of seudicg obeeae matter through tie mi s, which tu addressed li t youcg lady. Tier is only a small acre-ge in eottoa in t-.e ricici'y of Dei Rio. but at lat one bit; 'o the t will be realized Trie to com crop hire both b-n hetvy. Ail firming irjre is d.jce by irrigV.ioE. Chief Engineer Ltch ani Lieviag Engineer McCrickef. of the Colo- rad j ani Santa Fe. ar at Coleman. 1-jok- ing Oct a route w:th a view of ehanging the rodbed to as to intersect the Sin Ang-lj branch ahoat six miie oc"hwest of Coleman. M'idna county hu been iited by good tmdi, leering the county in better condi tion than bu been known for the last ten yean. Th winter range is cow secared beyond any duubt, wita tock water in abundance. District Jaigt Beckham, in hi charge to the gran...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

8TIJN W .QlI A Al VOL ZYII. AUSTIH, TEXAS, THURSDAY MURNIKG, SEPTEMBER 20, 1S88. PAGES 9 TO 12J NO 45 SUNDAYNEWS. The Yellow Fever Plague Still Gaining Ground in Florida. Stanley Believed to bs Safe Other and General Foreign News. New Obleans, La., September 16.- special to the Times-Democrat from Jack sonville, Fla., says: "Yesterday was in deed a sad day here. Jacksonville lost three of her most prominent and valuable citizens, and the grief felt by all at their loss is folly shown . Banks were closed ' out of respect to Mr. Engle, and other demonstrations were made to the memory of tbe others. The living can not stop long to contemplate the dead bnt in pcssifeg tribute and tears dropped on their graves. The board of health at present is badly orippled, but is doing noble work. The board consisted of Doctors Neal Mitchell, P. S. Daniel, Henry Bacon, H. 3. Engle and H. R. Kennedy. DOCTOB ENGLE IS DEAD. Doctor Daniel is very ill, and Doctor Kennedy has a very sick wife at his home, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 188S 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TBXA3. Enter d at the postofllce ae aecondclase ni'.tter. Office "t publication, Ve.t fecan etreet, next to 1 oi-ccM e. tTATKSMAS PUBLISHING COMPANY. A Zi i w President is V. Pkyob, Vice-President i'irrN Brown, - Secretary V. H. II hut, General Manai?er RATES OF bUUSCRU'TIO.N. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) v 10 00 Sli months " " " 3 ' Thr months " " " ur.-.. mt.nth " " " " SUNDAY DAILT. Twelve months J'; .ill months - 1 w WEKKI.T. months J0.75 Twelve months (reive monina I'MVV j Potaje free, to all nana of the United felatea and Canuta. , . Kemlt hy draft on Anstln, P. 0. money order, poett.l note, reul'tered letter or express. Sample e .-vies -nt free on application. Twelve Pages. KEITBMCAN' COMMITTEE B1XNDKIN i. Chftirman Quay, of the national repub lican executive committee, is making mis Ukes. One of them iB in the purchase of the servioes of the late secretary of the ordt r of the Knight...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKbDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 1888 11 VI H it CITY AND COUNTY. The High School. The High sohool opened yesterday with something over 100 pupils. There will be large additions daring the week, and the school this season will be well attended. The Board of Trade. The board of trade should hold a meet ing and do something abont the com plaints now being made relative to the discriminations in the shipment of cotton, Sweet Charity. The Knight Templars, of Austin, last night in session, voted $ou to tne yellow fever sufferers at Jacksonville, Florida, and it was telegraphed there last Light by air. jonn u. donnson. -Law Suit. Hon. A. W. Spaight, of Galveston, has instituted suit in the distriot oonrt for the foreclosure of a lien on the property now occupied by the Dispatch office. The lien amounts to $2,700, and suit is brought against lorn smith, 1. J. and Mrs. Murohison. Pleasant Surprise Party. There was a pleasant surprise party at the residenoe of Mr. Arthur Bailv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 18S8 154 ill ir I ij; fiii t i Sore from Knee to Ankle. Skin Entirely Gone-1 lest a Mans of Disease- Leg Dimin ished One-third in Size. Condition Hopeless. Cured hi the Cnti cura Jiemedies. For three years I was crippled from an awful ore leg from my kn e down to my ankle; tbe (kin waa entirely gone, and the 11 -eh waa one nines of disease, borne physicians pronounced It Incurs hie. It had diminished abont one-third the size of the other, a-.d I was in a hopeless condition. After tryine all kinds of remedies and spending hundreds of dollar, from w hich i got no relief w hatever, I wae pers;i axled to try your Cuiicciu RtMEDiEs.and tbe result was as follows: After three days I noticed a decided change for the better, and at the end of two months I was completely cured. My flesh wai purified, and the bone (which had been exposed for over ayeart, cot sound. 'Ihe lleeh began to crow, and 'o-day, and for nearly two years past, mv lee Is aa ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

W VOL XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO 8 HO 46 AT LY STATESMAN , T0MBEAN. Yesterday's Proceedings in the Famous $1,000,000 Case at Bonham, North. Texas. Tho Point Apparently Established That Tom Bean Whs Not an Assure od JS'sm9. Special Talc-grain to the SMvc: Bonham, September The second .'lny's proceedings iu th" Tom Uean case couimenoed promptly at y j'.ilook this morning. The firHt evidence.) intioilnctd vvas read ing tlie deposition of Mat'liuw Fletoher, F. Hnadloy, W. H. L Dm id Gentry and T. P. SLcwiir'.., of Palmyra, Mo., who 6inte-3 in eub3tnnoa tiaf Uuy knew Col inore Bean and his ihxin eons, John, Thoxas C. jnd Oscar Bu.iii, from 1834 to when tliey left Uirro v.ui went to Fuyettoville, Ark. A fiend as read from John B. Whi'u and 0. Dickinson, to Ooluiore, John an J lorn Bein, dated January PO, 1836; alo a copy of a con tract made with tuo building committee of the Episcopal char'ih, .u Vu;myra, and Colnioru Bonn auJ son -folm, and Thom...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

.I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER -27 1SSS WEEKLY STATESMAN. ACST1S. TSIAS. Entered at the pctf?!ce u wond-claes mtter. Gftc of publication, W'et Pecan street, next to poetofS.e. STATESMAN FCBUSHIStt COMPANY. L. A. Elus, In T. Pbiub. -rros Bwjh, W. H. Hat, pr1ient Vlce-Prelcnt Secretary General ilMit.Tr RATES OF bUBSCRIPTIO.N'. DAILT. One Tear (invariably 1b adTanw) -.f 10 CO Blx montta ' 5 ) Three moLtha " " " S 5" One month " u " 1 One wee " " " '-3 ITS DAT DilLT. Twelve months I- V' 8U monu.8 1 U WXTKLT. montta ........ .....tO.TS Twelve months l-5 r:Poetve free l all parta of the L nited State. Canada and Mexico. Kemlt by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, postal not, mastered letter or expreee. bamble toplea sent fre on application. Back numbers can be snpplitd. Twelve Pages. ANNOUNCEMENTS. "TE a e authorized to announce Jndge Ju. II. V Bane as a candidate for county Judge at the eneuini; election in November. WE are authorized to announce Hon Geo. W. OiaMcock, o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 18SS FORTWORTH Ttjyas Republicans Decline to Put Out a State Ticket This Time- Colonel DeGress, of Austin, and Brady,' of Houston, Promi nent Leaders. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Fo.bt Wobth, September 21. The re publican state convention was called to order this morning at 10:20 o'clock. The order was maintained by exoluding all ezoept delegates from the main floor of the hall. On calling the convention to order Chairman Brady apologized for the disorder at last night's session. The oommittee on credentials was an nounced as ready to report. Mr. Rosenthal called for the reading of the credentials on which the report was based. He was ordered to read them, bat Mr. Richard Allen, of Houston, objected to it. Colonel DeGress said that credentials from Johnson county had been sent in, which were not reported; that the reason of this was that they had been formed by Dr. Arch Coohran and he (Colonel De Gress) had detected it. It might b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 188S 4 CITY AND COUiNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Invited to Speak. The Marshall Colored Fair association have invited Governor Rosa to deliver an address at the opening of their fair next month, and, if be can spare the time, pos sibly be may do so. Mexican Independence. The Mexicans down in Hornsby Bend celebrated Mexican Independence Day in very appropriate manner. Patriotic speeohes were made by Guadalupe Diaz, Brnmo Floret. Lacing Delapnente and Eugenio Galbsn. Everything passed off pleasantly, and all bad a good time. Governmental. Yesterday was another doll day in the deDartmenta. In the comptroller's department the roll of Llano countv shows an increase in Tillies of 2341.000. Dallas oounty paid in $10,780, interest and sinking funds on her subsidy bonds, Commissioner Foster will probably ap point the state geologist to-day. Orange Blossoms. A happy wedding was that last night of Mr. W. H. Joekel to Miss Lora V. Boyce, Rev. W. W....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTI1 EEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUltoDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 1SS8 COTTON BAGGING. successful Test of the Lane Mill Product. Experiments Prove the New Cov ering to be Superior to Jute. From the Timea-Deniocrat. At the Commercial cotton press yester . day morning a pnblio test was given of the cotton cloth made by the Lane cotton mills to take the piece of jute bsgging, which, through the manipulations of the bagging trust, has been raised to an ex orbitant prioe. Last Tuesday evening a series of experiments were in with three grades of the new bagging cloth, and the ooarseet of 'the samples proved conclusively that ootton oloth oould he used for oovericg oottOL. Mr. Odenheimer, of the Lane mills, after the private test, concluded that the cloth would have to be made of a heavier grade, and woven looser, so he at onoe et to work to make a heavier sample, which was given a pnblio test yesterday, and proved satisfactory in every respeot. At 10:30 o'clock a large oonoonrse of persons interested in c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 183S c CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Governor Boss. Governor Ross will Rpeak at Sunset, on the line of Wise and Montague counties, on October 13. A Sad Affliction. . Mr. H. B. Beck, who lives a few miles s hwest of the city, has lost all four of his little children by the dread disease diphtheria. A Now Bridge Floor. It is apparent that a new floor will have to be pat down on the river bridge before long, and the sooner the able coonty com missioners give their undivided attention to the matter the better. The Grim Eeaper. Death has again invaded the household of Mr. and Mrs. William iumey, ana yesterday morning their little daughter, Mable Gray Toniey, passed away after a brief illness with diptheria. Mable was a bright, affectionate child, and very dear to mother and father. Her death follow ing so close npon that of her little brother falls with orashing foroe npon the family. She was buried yesterday after noon. The Bed C...

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