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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKbDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 18S8 par Qxre op Cure ICMPTTYandTeRMAJNT The ChasAVd eei.r Cd 'Bahq-Mq' YELLOW FEVEB. Method of Treatment as Practiced by a Skilled Physician. : Dr. Tgnatio Martinez has gone to Jack sonville, Fla., to offer his professional services to the yellow fevei sufferers of that plaoe. Before leaving he furnished your reporter with a copy of his method of treating the dreadful disease, which is herewith transmitted. It is offered for publication, believing that it may be of great benefit. . As heretofore stated, Dr. Martinez claims to have had unprece dented success wi-h hie method during ep idemics in Vera Cruz, Mier, Camargo and Matnmorae, Mexico. But let the descrip tion of the treatment speak for itself: TREATMENT FOB YELLOW FEVEB. When the patient begins to feel chills or fever, headache, pains in the stomaoh or loinp, symptoms with which the yellow fever oommenoes, administer to the patient a purge of caloined magnesia (2 drachms or if o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 135 ,.w v. v, DKSTIST. . II A-L Acrtx, Tin Estray JTotlca. Tae following d:r.bd animals havs been reported to ct an 1 are hereby adver tised a e-trays, to wit.- Oae gray mare foarteeti hand high, ten years old tranled LI a . oa left s'aoal-Jer aid A LT on left taigh, broke t till:- Oa : screamed. bnng:x,g neii-noors to nsr a---:-roan mr' thirteen hands high, eight jeirs I tar.ee. Tue caiid was foaud to b-e uuL.urt. old trniJ witj a fjua-e 03 saah-fcoa.aer i hu vearlicz'l'oit unbrahUed. Unt biy Ol3. branded with aa inverted took aad fork on lelt saouuer, ana apati-.i trim jj fight between two young ca OTer are Uft t-.igb, has a youtg colt. Or.e bsJ port circulated by one of the pi.-ty. Tne mire fourteen mc n:gr-, "Tcu J"" , old, brand tiQ L-.l on ie.. "nI. n5 year i-g eoli. One iron-g'y trare iir-. teea LudJ hSo, fo-t,en y.arj old, i-.-f. i an A nl acove a nook ' " . .. .. on left taoo.J old. obranded, ha veirlxif colt. Oae bay mare fou...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. YOL XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, 1 888. PAGES 9 TO 12 NO At THE STATE. Latest From the Bandits Who Held Up the Tram at Harwood. Another Storm in the Gulf Trag edy at El Paso Desperado Captured. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Cuebo, Tex., September 24. Three very Bnspioious-looking'oharaoters.whom a per bo a might suppose to be a part of the Harwood train-robbing gang, rode in, ex pecting to board the Araneas Pass vest bound train, tamed their horses over to a boy, and were intending to board the train, bat upon suspioioning that they were shadowed by the officers, tbey con cluded to defer their trip until a more fa vorable day, or go elsewhere to Ret on. At any rate they remounted their horses and pat oat. The officers, Sheriff Eilgore In oharge, took the train, hoping to inter cept them at some other station. The men are supposed to be robbers; were well armed with six-shooters and Win chesters, and kept dear of the town, bat sen...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

f &.USTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 1SSS lv) : ; i . .- L: .1 tup tTvnrri)OiTr 1; i WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUST13. TEXAS. Eutered t the poet P.c w cond clM m aer. Offlcevf pcbikatkn, IVcan etrwt. Mil to pcvtvffl . STATES-UN PrBUSUIM. tXUUASY. ' A K-'ju. Vre!dnt Hrw iio!t. .t,'"? W. K. Hay, - Oeneral JlianKi hates of srscuirTio.. D-U.T. On Year itavartablv In a-ivinc) il'1 i nt months 5 iJ Thre taoMh One mo-'b Oa week i V 1 o- ftrXDAY DAD.T. rw'v ico.tbf .. Stt moaina ... ... : iv i WIKK.LV. month Twelve m- nth Port w tre to -il T- ol tie ..$v l.'JS I nl'ed states. Canada -id Meeim. . Hain't by draft on Austin, P. O. -i'MJ order, p.iU not, (v.uiere-i Vfit'f or wnw. amiie eop'.ea ent fre oa appUcaUoa. iisKS n.aiV-M cn be sappli. d. Twelve Pages. UKEE3 COUNTY AGAIN The uit the arorney-general has brought against the Day Laud and Cattle cnipany for their alleged unlawful en closure and cse of certain lands in Greer eouiry may be the niean of hastening ths o'timata decision...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

H g ; AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1883 ' . n "rrmTT i vi nTTVTmv Isoriptions. Ha holds thht tr nonm i I rvriTlvr ruiMiTP f t.. . : i., I i : - I II Y J A I 1 I I I I V ' I V 1 . . . . n I I I I r Mi Ml h I J uvuu, raimpi i wna reuurveu I J" I?1IPI!TP ; FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Happy Hearts. Cards are oat for the murringe of Miss Fannie May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Speed, to Mr. Yiotor Oatnian, a prrmi nent young gentleman who lives near Webberville. The ceremony will occur at the Tenth Street Methodist church, next Thursday evening, at 6 o'olcck. More Bloody Work. Dispatches rom Hopkins county Sun day prompted the following from Gov ernor Ross yesterday: Sheriff Hopkins County, Sulphur Springs: I see by dispatches that a band i f masked men have been shouting Into the houses ol peacalde citizens. If true, what has been done towards the detection of the guilty patties i If you need help let me know. L. f$. Koss, Governor. The desperado element in this glorious c...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 September 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 1838 12 A FORGER. A Gay YounK Man Plays Fast and Loose. Handy With the Pen, He Hakes In the Ducats and Is Baked. From Wednesday's Dally. Mr. R. F. Taylor is his name. For two sessions or more he was a pnpil at the Institute tor the Blind, and, recover ing his eight, he was pnt to work in the office. He stood hiKi and was muoh respected by all. He had been partially blind, and, re covering his sight, the glare and glitter of the world were too much for him. 'Tis the old, old story; deception, mis representation, forgery and the Jail. Tis a strange tale. Up to last month Young Taylor was well thought of, and no man suspected him of wrong doing. Taylor is the man of whom The States mam some time in May last published an Item, relative to his having fallen heir to $20,000 by the death of a relative some where in one of the states. The events of the past few days shows this to have been oue of Mr. Taylor's pleasant flim-flams. He never fell...

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. — 4 October 1888

AXJ STIN WEEKLY STATE SmAN YOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4, 1S88.-PAGES 1 . TO 8 NO 47 BILL WHITLEY Pull Acoount of the Killing of the Southwest Texas Bobber and Outlaw. A Terriflo Battle The Bandit Dies With His Cocked Pistol In His Band. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Ban Antonio, September 26. On a oot in a room of the federal oonrt building, this morning, with his handa folded across his breast, lay the remains of Bill Whitley, flic mnfrwinna mih n 1. 1 1 l 1 1 J uv mam iuuui'1, wuu wan &111CU by United States Marshal Rankin and deputy on the outskirts of Floresville last nigbik A constant stream of oitizens thronged the building this morning, all anxious to get a peep at the dead des perado. His faoe is badly spotted with powder barns, and the baok of his head ia almost jellied - with buck shot. However, those who knew him in life have no trouble in identifying him in death. Among those who looked upon the faoe of the dead robber this morning was Mr...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4 1SSS WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TBX AS. Entered at the noMofllce as ftKond-claes matter. Office of publication, Weat 1'ecan etreet, ntutt to faTATESMAN PPbLISHING COMPANY. t. A. Ellis, Iki T. Pbtob, frVTON BltOWN, W. K. iliaaT, President fewretary General Manner KATES OF SUliSC'RlI'TlON. DAILY. One Year (Invariably in advance) tW 00 Six months " " " 5 uo Three months " One month One week 1 im bun dat daily. Twelvemonth. $2 00 WEEKLY. months gn.75 Twelve months l.'J5 Postaire five to all parts of the United States, Canada and Mexico. KemltbydTttft on Anstln, r. O. money order, I , " . , . ;. . n,;, imwijjui reanctiou oi postal note, reiil9tred letttir or exjirpss. Samule I both houses. It is not practnal politics verni7fi nn im Qrf a n. eopl snnt'free on application, tack numbers for ee rennblionn9 and independent-., ' P , 0B th6 averae on sports was can besupplitd. tor even republicans ana maepeuueu , a,eged lQ mean free trgd an(J a tremen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1888 THE GALLOWS. We3ley Williams, Colored, Who Kurdered His Wife, Hanged At Marlin He Confessed the Crime and Said He Was Going Straight to Paradise. Special Teleerain to the Statesman. Marlin, Tex., September 29. The mnch talked of and heralded hanging of Wesley Williams has coine off and is now one of the events of the past. Early this morn ing people of all colors and nations com menced filling up the town. At the time set for the execution probably 3,000 had assembled. At the appointed time the prisoner was led to the scaffold, and fit 11:40 a. m. th9 drop fell. The body was lowered at 11:55 and life pronounced ex tinct. He had acknowledged his gnilt and said he was going to Jesus. Wesley Williams was a coffee-colored middle-aged negro. His frequent ill treatment of his wife had caused a state of feeling, between them very unbecom ing to man and wife. His wife was em ployed as a donnstiu in the family of Col. A. E. Watson. At the time ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 188S 4 CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Not in Hunt. The governor received a telegram yes terday denying the press reports that lawless men had been firing into the houses of peaoeable citizens in Hont county. Assaulted His Wife. Htnry Slaughter, colored, living Dorth of Austin, aeaulted his wife, so it is al leged, Tuesday, and yesterday he was ar rested by Constable Tborp. He was held to answer in $ 150 bonds, which he gave. Scooped at Last. It will be remembered that some months ago John Teagoe undertook the pleasing task of filling one Tom Young with lad down at a danoe in the Tenth ward. Ever since Teagoe has been at large, bnt yes terday morning Sheriff Hornsby ran across and scooped him in. Dread Diphtheria. Mr. Rnbe t'aperton's litt!eboy, who hfis been down with diphtheria, is reported by Doctor Bwearingen, his attending physi cian, as convalescent, and last afternoon the danger flag wan removed. A oase of the disease was r...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1SS8 5 AN ADDRESS. Brief Summary of the Fruits of Democratic Government. A Hinging Document from the Democratic State Executive Committee for the People. The democratio executive oommittee, while in session in this city, issued an ad dress to the people, of which the follow ing is a pretty free synopsis: To the People of Texas: The domooratio parly of the state of Texas, in view of the approaching elec tion, has chosen its standard bearers and put forth i's platform of principles onoe more for the consideration of the whole people, and, in vindication of its claim to continuance in the favor and ooufid noe of the people by whom it has been hon ored for so many years, the following brief statement of soma' of the most im portant facts in its history, during the period of its control ot the government, is deemed appropriate. Attention is called to the fact that its administration is eoonomio, and the following compara tive statement of state...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

&.USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4 188S G CITY AND COUNTY. Ten Mora Indictments. Ten more indictments were lodged sinst Tavlor yesterday, nil for uttering I nunMrrt. His bond was fixed at 200 in each eas, making, with previous bond, a total of $4,800, failed tJ give. which he has Dostor Eariy Walton. News was received hare yesterday of the death in ie York of Doctor Earlj Walton, son of Maj. W. M. Walton, of this oity. Doctor Walton had many warm friends iu this city who will dteply deplore his death anl who extend to his bereaved relatives their heartielt sympathy in tins, the hour of their sore aflliotion. A Grand Affair. The reception Thursday night tendered Grand Master Morgan T. White, of the V. B. F. and 8. M. T., a leading colored order, was a most enjoyable affair. Editor W. Edg.ir Eiston delivered a neat and pleasing address of welooine, which was happily responded to by the newly elected grand master. The whole affair was well arranged and reil-oted credit n...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKfcDAY. OCTOBER 4 1SS8 7 JACOBS 01 l-OK UNIVERSAL USE. Late Asst. Sec'y U. Si Treas ury: "I cordially indorse St. Jacob iUCU tf V l - - . r W I I Oil of high standing tes tify to its virtues. At DraggtitJ an d Stalin. The Clias. A. Vogeler Co., Ualtimoks. Md. THAT'S ALL. A pretty gir', A French boot heel, A section of Banana peel. A sadden slip And down the goes, A vision of Embroidered hose. A von b who saw, Though half afraid, His hand put out, Upraised the maid.. Swift to her cheeks 'Ihe blushes Hew. A weddine in A raonth-or two. L'envoi. Whate'er folk9Bay, It is a fict, Embroldeiies Young men attract. Courier. A Prize Essay oa Newspapers. The souvenir 'lancing orders of the Al hanv Printing Pressman's omoa con tained the followiug contribution from "a printer s devil: Newspapers is called vehiole3 of in formation. Reporters is what is called "the staff" so many of them being "stioks." They work hard at refreshment bars. Proof-readers is men that spoil...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4 18S3 8 I) EST 1ST, Brazx Street, Drisklll Hotel. Aiaris, Tex is. Talkiog of truts, there Is nooe more relentless thin the school book irus' it praoticnlly controls the business of tie oosa'ry, ana dictates wnc djoe biu db tided ia the schools. It id s trust that in serts its hands into the pockets of the par ents of every pupil at least once a yeai, and -men is mo-e exorbitant in its de mand than any othe.. Worse than all, its agents leave a trail of corruption and bribery behind them wherever they go, nnd jrmimtigouijial nonesty aou luvetj rity, and working incalculable moral iu jary. That is a trmt that sorely ought to go. Wash ngton foit, ina. Fits -All B i stepped f reeby Dr. Kline's Oreit Nerve KeUorer. No fits after first day's usa. Marvelous cirea. Treatise and t.riul ho'.tle free to fit oaaes. Send to D-. Kline. U31 Arch street, Philadel phia, Pt. T bs ryrunf twrht.jnf the rennhlioAn oar ty hare been snuff .d out in this campaign....

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. YOL XYII AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4, 1 S88.-PAGES 9 TO 12 . HO 47 N RENOMINATED. Roger Q. Mills Nominated by Acclamation Amid the Greatest Enthusiasm. He Makes a Spaeeh in Which He Completely Demolishes His Opponent Jones. Waco, Tex., October 1. The demo cratic oonvention of the Ninth Congres sional district met in the district oonrt room this morning and was on'.led to order by Col. Geo. . Tyler, of Ball county, chairman ot the district executive com mittee. Colonel Tyler made a very neat and foroible speech, in whioh he defined the issues of tin campaign very clearly and btated the democratic position with great force. Referring to Colonel Mills, he said : "We assemb!e,gentlemen of the conven tion, under peculiar and interesting sur roundings. Representing the demooraoy of theN iuth congressional district, we have come here to select onr standard bearer in the ooming election. The demooraoy of the whole oountry have an abiding interest in the resu...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4 18S8 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. OBtcfflce as second-class muter. Office of publication, Wett Pecan street, pofltufli e. VntaffA at the Dl next to ""STATKSMAN PUBU8UlN(i COMPANY. r KrLif President 1KB T. Prvob, Vice-President V ttoh Bbowm, - Secretary W. R. Uaubt, (ieneral Uanwr KATES OK SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) Six months " " " Three months " " " One month " " " One week " " " SUNDAY daily. Twelve months Six months ..Jin (XI . 5 mi . a w .. 1 1 ..ti no WEKKI.V. months Twelve months KoHtak-'e free Ui all part of the 80.75 1.-J5 United States, Canada and .Mexico. Kemlt by draft on Anetln, P. O. money order, postnl note, registered letter or express. Samtile enples e-nt free on application. Back numbers ran beeuppli'd. Twelve Pages. THE TWO COUNTY TICKETS. The eleotion for county, state and na tional officers is very near at hand. To-day five weeks henoe and the contest will be settled. While naturally w...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIS WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKbDAY. OCTOBER 4 1888 11 CITY AND COUMY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Gillespie County Tair. The enterprising citizens of Gillespie county will hold a fair at Fredericksburg, on October 13, 14 ai d 15. It is expected to be a grand affair, and everybody is in vited. Orange Blossoms. Cards are out for the marriage, ai Nashville, Ter.n., October 9,of Mr. George A. Brotih to Miss Ida Htr;is, a prominent young ludy of that city. Cotton Worms. Cotton worms have appeared in the county, but they are not doing muoli damage. From all that can he learned the average on uplands this year will be over a half bale. In the bottoms the yield will average a be.le. Happily Wedded At Blanco City on Wednesday, Septem ber 2G, Mr. Adolph Bahn, for years a highly respecttd citizen of Austin, was married to Miss Elizbuth I. Starcke, of Bastrop county. Mr. Balm has many friends in Auetin who well wish him muoh happiness this morning, on leariiirg of his marriage. New Teachers. The count...

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. — 4 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4 188S 12 EVERY Nhllfl SCRATCHED Until the Shin was Htttr. Hotly Covered With Uttths Like Spot of Mortar. Cured by the Cuticura llemedien. I (in going t tll yon or th extraordinary change '"" Ci ticuiia" Ueheu ks prfo imd on me. About the 1st of A' ril lust I noticed some red Dimples like coming out all over my hody, hut tho.;Blit nothing of it until some time Inter on, when t Ix-iran to looK like epoti of nuirta spotted on, and which came ofl in layers, accompanied with itching. I would scratch every night until 1 waaraw, then the next r.ignt the wales, being formed meanwhile, were scratched off analn. In vain did I consult all the doctors In the country, lint wl hout aid. After irivina uu all hopes of re aovery, 1 unopened to eee an a'lvertleement In the newspaper about your ( itii ika Hkhkihc. and purchased them from my truggltit, and ohtained almost immediate relief. 1 bngan to notice that the acaly eruptions gradually dro. pd ff and di...

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. — 11 October 1888

AD WEEKLY TATESMAM VOL XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 11, 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO "8 NO 48 STIN MAJORITY. The Majority Beport of the Senate Finanoe Committtee on the Tariff. Comparison Instituted Between th9 Republican Measure and the Mills Bill. Washington, Ootober 4. To-day the majority and minority repocts on the tariff bill were presented in the senate. Both are very long and explioit and are intended . for distribution as campaign documents. The majority report, repre senting the views of the republican mem bers of the oommitte on finanoe, fills eighty-nine closely printed pages, of whioh twenty-five are tabular. There are detailed comparisons between the features of the Mills bill, and also, those of the present tariff and the bill, upon whioh this is a report, making all of the essen tial points comprehensive to the average reader. The report opens with the statement that the demand for a caretui ana thor ough revision of our revenue laws is im perative. THIS' BEVISI...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11 18S3 ' I I' !:': 1 1- WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Entered at the postoffice as second-class muter. Office of publication, Wett Pecan street, next to poetom e. ""STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, r. A El us President iii T. Pryob, Vice-President Piytox Brow. W. K. HiBT, General Manager KATES OF 8UHSCIUPTIO.V . piar. One Year (invariably In advance) tlO Six months " " " Three month. " " One month " " " - 1 ' One week " " " '' SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve months I'; J! till months 1 WEEKLY. months Twelve months .v.'V." Vti Postage free t all parta of the L nited States, Canada and Mexico. ..,. Remit by (trait on Austin, P. O. money order, nostal note, registered letter or express, bample ioples sent free on application. Back numbers can be supplli d. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR rilKHIDKNT: OHOVEK CLEVELAND, or sew YonK. for vicb-wiebiuent: ALLEN O. THUKMAN, of oiiio. ron ki.eotoiw: 1 he Mate at Large A. W. Terrell, of Travle; J W. Bailey, of C...

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