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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THlffcSDAY. OCTOBER 11 18SS THE BALLOT. Combined Efforts of all Parties to Prevent Illegal Voting in Indiana. Opinion of, a Prpminent Member of the National 'Democritic Committee. Indianapolis, October 5. Anent the proposition of Chairman Jewett, of the demooratio state committee, to Chairman Huston, of the republican oommittee, that each should name forty-five members and the prohibitionists ten members, to con stitute a committee of 100, whoso duty it shall be to prevent illegal voting, Chair man' Huston to-day makes a reply to Chairman Jewett, wherein he says: "Yon are doubtless aware there is now existing a committee of 100, which is non-partisnn in its character, having for its president and chairman of its' execu tive committee a democrat; its attorney a prohibitionist; its secretary and treasurer a republican. X his oommittee is made equally of democrats and republicans, and has for its objeot the prevention and punishment of illegal voting and of ole...

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

4.USTLN WEEKLY STATESMAX THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11 188S CITY AND COUMY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Will Bo Brought Home. A telegram from New York yesterday states that the remains of Dr. Earle Walton will be brought home for interment, and they Bre expected to reach . here to-mor row. Dae notice will be given of the time of the funeral. Passed Away. Col. C. C. Dibreil, a well known and highly respected citizen, died yesterday morning after a brief illness. His fooeral will oacur from his late residence, 'JWJ Rio Grande street, corner of West Twenty second street, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. Webberville Democrats. The democrats in the Webberville pre oinct have organized a democratic clnb of fifty members, with L. D. Hill president and U. T. McCall secretary. Other names will be added, and all are pledged to vote for the regular democratic nominees and work for tbe success of the ticket. Not an Employe. The man Taylor who raised the ...

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. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11 lfS8 ELECTRICAL. The Use of the Subtle Agent Be coming General. Gas Being Sent to the Bear, to Keep Company With ye Ancient Tallow Dip. Eleetiioal lighting is rapidly beooming general. Terrell, Tex , talks of organizing a etook company to erect an eleotrio light plant. Messrs. Child fc Maomurdo, of Rich mond, Va., talk of erecting a $10,000 eleotrio light plant at Lexington. Marquette, Mich., has settled the ques tion of electrio ligh, and work will be commenced soon. An eleotrio lighting installation, con sisting of 450 sixteen oandle power Edison and Swan lamps, has been fitted on board H. M. S. Britannia. The cost of the work was $15,000. The electrio light dam and main build ing in Neenah, Wis., were washed away by high water last week. The dyDanios are at the bottom of the river. The loss is estimated at $38,000. ' The eleotrio light plant aboat to be e reoted at Greenville Tex., will be of thirty five aros capaoity, and will be pnt...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THUIISDAY OCTOBEK 11 1838 6 f V CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. QuarantiDO Raised. The governor yesterday raided the qnarautiae against Georgia. Stolen Cattle. Mr. Joe! Senour, of Dripping Springs, had a lot of cattle stolen from him a day or two ago, and was in town yesterday to see if ha could get any traoe of them. A Scale Trick. A oo u pi j of raral roosters, at the Hotel Orr last night, oalmly blew oat the gas, BDd shortly after the corridor ward filled with it. A search was instituted, and the dxr found from which the gas poured. A Runaway. A horse a'.taohed to the Mini institute delivery wagon was frightened yesterday afternoon on Rio Graiid street by the rapid unreeling of wire by some of the employes of the Eieotric Light company Mr. Cowob, the driver, and a boy Ware thrown from the waon. The horse tarn ad out of Rio Gran ie strcot, up Sixth, and was no', stopped until he croised the Avenn. N iar the Sttte N itional bank Mr. Hud Weir attempte...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11 18S8 JACOBS OR For JKri i i.uinudgu CUBES CHRONIC CASES OF 30 YEARS STANDI NO. NO RETURN OF PAIN. At Cruf gl.U ud Dcalan. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO Baltimore, Md. Real Estate Transfers. Abstract of title and real eBtate office of Bergen, Daniel fc Uracy, 105 East Pecan street, Austin, Texas. List of Travis conntv real estate transferred tor me ween ending uctootr b, 1SSH: John 8. Barnes et si., trustees by attornev, to L. B. lien y, :U acres Jus. Kouars league, special warranty deed i 437 50 V. x'yutrn duu nut; iu C . Ht. JJIBUUJ), IOI 12, block sib, Swifher addition, wairanty deed...-. , M. M. Hornsby, therifi and commisaloner, 300 00 ut.o. Anderson, aau acres Kuliert Foster snrvey and John Stewart survey, coronil sioner'sdeed 450 00 Central Oil company, by attorney, to G. M. Brase. lots 1. 2 and 3. out nt 5. ill. vision A, Austin, warranty deed...-. B. A. ttoeere to I. 11. Grill. "lot 50. Canter. 525 00 berry square, AiiBtin, warranty ...

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. — 11 October 1888

: AUSTI WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11 1888 8 v. ; Si ?! ! ;: f EVERY Xffi 1 SCRATCHED Until the SLhi u-f is Hon: Body Covered With ScahsLlke Sjiots of Mortar. Cured bf the Cu t icu rit Item ed ies . I li.i " I;.!! tu t.ll Jim "I tli- (i'rui.nlirihry chant'" vo'ir Cltktiu Hkmed ts lrl'i med on me. AWt the 1st ot A nl Iwt I n.itiCHil enme rid nlmpln like inmini: out nil over my t-oJy, but tho iftit nothing of it until mm- time la't-r on. whm t Ix't'an to loon like spot-, cf tiiurtH ?ijittej on. and which came ft lu laers, H'OUMi'Hr.i-ii with Itcbin I would evratrh every niir'it until I wa raw. then the next nl'ht the wle, beirii; formil meanwhile, were tcratchid off a.a'.n. In vain d d 1 consult all the tloctore In the country, bui wi hout aid. After giving up all lioj.es of re. to very, I li!penrt t. see an a!vert!em-nt in tin re9;mter ahout lour tmc iiia Hkmkdik- and Iit.r'jhased them from mv "niL"-'it, and obtained almost immediate relief." 1 !ei:an t i notice that the e'a...

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. — 11 October 1888

EEKLY VOL XYII AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 11, 1 S88.---PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 48 AUSTIN W ATESMAN. GALVESTON. Excitement Over Sunday's Shoot ing Not Yet Subsided-Rev. Halversen's Statement. He Asserts Colored Policeman Shaw Was Assaulted Before He Shot Jackson. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Galveston, October 8. The intense ex citement produoed by the shooting of W. 3 . JaokBon and Otto Olhsen by Officer Wm. L. Shaw last night in front of the Seamen's Bethel, while resisting arrest, has only partially subsided. The affair has been excitedly discussed by groups of the rougher element all over the city, who un hesitatingly condemn the action of the officer, apparently ignoring the f aot that he was aoting in his legal capaoity as an officer of the peace, and protecting other law-abiding citizens in their religions exeroises. Rev. 0. Halversen, ohaplain of the Sea men's Bethel and pastor of the Scandina vian M. E. oharoh, publishes the following statement of the affair: "I...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 18S3 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Entered it the poetofflce as second-clasa matter. Office of publication, West Pecan street, next to potUiffl. e. STATESMAN PCBLlSHHiCr company. L. A. Ei.ua, I KB T. Phyob, Pttom Brown, W. K. Baubt, President Vice-President Secretary General Manager UATE9 OF HV BSCRII'TIO.V . DiO-T. On Year (Invariably In advance) 10 00 Six montha ' 5 00 Three montha " " " f " One month " " " - 1 p" One week " " " a BLKDAT DAILY. Twelve montha t 2 00 Blx montha - - 1 w WEEKLY. montha tj-j Twelve montha ' Poetave free to all parte of the I nlted States, Canada and Mexico. Kemlt by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, postal note, registered letter or express, Sample oples sent free on application. Back nmnbera can be euppll.d. Twelve Pages. GOVERNOR ROSS ON COUNTY ROADS. In his letter to tho managers of the Abilene Fair association lant week Gov ernor Rosa Raid many excellent things, bnt nothing he said will catch the pub...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11 18SS It s 7V : i 14 s. X 1 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Bite of Circumcision. Dr L. Heidingsfelder, of Houston, per- formed the rite of oircumoisioa yesterday upon the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. ; Sil ber. Severely Cut. ! Mr. Lonis Brown, one of Ed Haigler's right band men, while slaughtering cattle yesterday very severely slashed his left foot open with a long keen knife he was using. Dootor Swearingen was called and dressed the wound, whioh is a very serious one. Found Dead. Mr. John Reiley, the old fisherman, who lived in a little shanty on Barton s oreek, was found dead in his house Sunday morn ing. He died alone, and from indications e must have been dead nearly three weeks. Jnstioe Calhoun held an inquest and came to the oonolusion that he died a natural death. The last he was seen alive was last Sunday three weeks ago. .Guarding Against Diphtheria. . Another oase of diphtheria is reported in South Austin, and in this ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 11 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. OCTOBER 11 18SS 12 LONG HORNS. Round-ups of General Ictorest to Texas Stockmen. Pri eaof Cattle ana Sheep at Dif ferent Points, and Ship ment of the Same. Here in Austin the cattle market has l-eeu qoifat, with fat butcher cows Billing at from $10 to f 12, yearlings (4 to and prims beeves at private rates. Fat ho,M are eoarce at from 5 to 6 oeuU gross. SWEET WATEH BECOBD. Nolan county has 40,000 head of sheep and 1!),000 head of eattle. D. 8. Arnold bought 700 head of Bheep this week from Fred Ooddard. The excitement about the damned creek and the dun bridges ncrosj the aforesaid damned creek has Dot yet Bub sided. Dam your feelings, boys, acd do not let tho dam bridges make yoa mad. A wool buyer was in town this week baying wool, and he tried to pull the "wool" over some of our woolgrowers' eyes by telling them that if Harrison was elected he would give them 17 cents a pound for their wool. BAN ANOELO ENlEItPllISE. Kange cattle are now selling bet...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

EEKLY nn 'ATESJ VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 18, 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 49 A 1 STIN W 1AN V4 t I f 1 ' ACCIDENTS. V Wreck on the Fort Wouta and Denver Bailway One Man Killed. Mishap on the Southern Paciflo East of Houston Fatally Injured. pec: il Teleeram to the Statesman. Vt.BNON, October 10. A wreck oocnrred on the Fort Worth aud Denver railroad aev. n miles northwest of Vernon, at 3:30 o'clock this morning. Two speoial trains loaded with oattle shipped from Rivers for Henrietta were coming south, a short difettnee apart. A hot box caused the fruit, at to stop. Condaotor Pitzer sent a mm baok to flsg the seoond train. The air was fall of mist and fog. The first freight .had stopped in a oat. The engineer could not see the train ahead until within four yards length. Ho ravers- d his engine and called to his fi re ins, and others on the engine to jump. lu oabooBe of the first freight, in which wer-.; six men asleeo, was split in two, the .skit", thrown on the em...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1833 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. Entered at the postoftlce as second-class matter. Office of publication, West Pecan street, next to poetoffi.e. ""STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Ikk T Pkyob, Vlce-lsldent t ITTOH BhowH, Secretary W. R. Hambi, General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. One Year (invariably In advance) 1 10 f10 Six month ' Three months " " " ? One month " " " 1 One week " " " -J SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve months IJ JJJ 81x months 1 w WEKKLY. months Twelve months Yu". . Poetaue free te all parte of the United States, Canada and Mexico. , Remit by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, poatal note, registered letter or express. Sample eopiea sent free on application. Back nuniberB can be supplltd. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR i'jiksident: GKOVEB CLEVELAND, Or NEW YOKK. for vice-president: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. pon electors: The State at Larue A. V. Terrell, of Travis; J W. Bailey, of Cooke. First District A. T. McKlnney,...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18 18S8 GOV.JILL. The Chief Magistrate of New York State Delivering Campaign . i Speeches in Indiana. A Clear and Forcible Statement of the Democratic Position on Tariff. Mitchell, Ind!, October 12. This little town, with a population of 1,300, situated in the southern part of Lawrence county, was the point eeleoted by the demooratio state committee for Governor David B. Hill, of New York, toajnaogurate his brief canvass of Indiana. Lawrence county is thiokly populated, and Mitchell has Ion been looally famous for its large and en thusiastic demooratio gatherings. The elements were unpropitious for a large gathering to-day, a heavy rainfall having prevailed throughout southern Indiana for twenty-four hours, rendering the roads disagreeable for travel, but in spite of these drawbacks, hundreds of farmers be gan to arrive early in the day, and trains came loaded ' with' rural - passengers until at noon time a orowd of near 5,000 filled the mu...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

ACSTDf WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY OCTOBER IS 1SS3 CITY AND COUXTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DilLY. Only One Candidate. If the signs doa't fail there is bat one candidate in the field for county school superintendent, and that is Mr. Maxwell. The people wiU prepare their ballots accordingly. J. W. Maxwell is the name. District Court. Scotish Mortgage and Land Invest ment company, of New Mexico, limited, ts. J. L. Driskill and Frank Rainey. Judgment for f 2,669.37. M. A. Taylor ts. C. Gibson. Judgment for 554 37. Frank Hamilton, administrator, ts. J is. H. BtU. Judgment for $3,455.55. James H . Raymond t Co. ts. James H . BelletaL Judgment for $l;7.14. Will Open a HoteL Cal Bonner, one of the oldest and most genial of tne farmers living on Onion creek, was in town yesterday, and a Statisma.i reporter ran np against him. "Brought in cotton to-day," said the inimitable Cal, "and gaTe it away just gave it away, blame by skio." "How is the crop anyhow, old boy," asked the reporter. "The orop la Ter...

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. — 18 October 1888

t 4.USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18 188S JACOBS Oil For Sciatica... NEW CURRENT TESTIMONY. 7 Ton. Chlwfo, IU., MT II. till. I wm tim op by dooton ? ojo ud kid tolHl cntoh for SoUtlo Uunmatius: nEirod. about 1 yoon; Int oppllcotlon St. Jocobo Oil ro U(4; two oottlol co-rod. OE0S3B A. EOfiS. Bed-ridden. Iwnt Dun. wit., Hay It, 'tl. Spring of 1887 vA Uku with BcUtleo; nllorid two months; vu oonAnod to bod; vrlod MTtrol doctor without bonont. Und at JiooM Oil fccl iu card. JANHETTS WKjrjt. Lameness. Utlco, Fulton Oo., Illlnoti. Tbroo or fbnr yonn ago tu tnktn with lontnosl U hip; woo in bod port of Um; trlod Mvornl doo. ten without oanont; wot enrtd by throo or foaj ppUntlonl ol gt, Jocobo OU. WM. BAMEE. AT DRUQ0I8TS AMD SZALSia. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO., Baltlmort, Hi. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION, Over a Million Distributed. v use Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated Dy tne'iieflslature in 18B8 for Edu cational ana Charitable purpoeee, and its fran chise made a part...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

AUSTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUltoDAY. OCTOBER 18 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Streeter to Visit Texas. The Chioago Express, the accepted and acknowledged leading labor publication in the United States, is responsible for saying Colonel Streeter, the naion lubor candidate for president of the United States, will visit Texas. Married. At Saint Silas' ohuroh, Glasgow, Scot land, on Ootober 2, 1888, by the Rev. A. G. Wilkens, R. L. Brown, of Austin, Tel., to Minnie, daughter of the late Col. S. B. Lamb, Fourth. West India regiment, H. B. M. A. Cheap Bates. The International and Great Northern railway company offers cheap rates for round trip to tie Dallas fair. The rate from Austin is one fare for the round trip with the maximum of $5. At that prioe many Austinites oould afford to visit the great fair. They Got Noisy. Yesterday eveniner some rurals, half filled with the ardent, thought while tak ing iu the show they would also take ii the concert which follows. Daring th p...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

The First Symptoms Of all Lung diseases are much the same : feverishness, loss of appetite, sore throat, pains in the chest and back, headache, etc. In a few days you may be well, or, on the other hand, you may be down with Pneumonia or '.' galloping Consumption." Eun no risks, but begin immediately to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Several years ago, James Birchard, of Darien, Conn., was severely ill. The doctors said he was in Consumption, and that they could do nothing for him, but advised him, as a last resort, to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking this medicine, two or three months, lie was pronounced a well man. His health temains good to the present day. J. S. Bradley, Maiden, Mass., writes : " Three winters ago I took a severe cold, which rapidly developed into Bronchitis and Consumption. I was so weak that I dould not sit up, was much emaciated, and coughed incessantly. I consulted several doctors, but they were power less, and all agreed that I was in Con sumption. At ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 18 October 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUTteDAY. OCTOBER 13 1S83 EVERY KIGHi 1 SCR.VTCBED Until the Skin teas linn: Body Covered With Scttlta Like Spots of Mortar. Cured by the Cuticura liemedies. I ra going to t-U yon ot th extraordinary chanire your Cinci'iu Kf.ede9 p-rfu-med on me. Abont Ihe 1st of A, nl last I noticed ome red imWt like coming out all over my body, Imt tho eht no'.hiDK of IE until some time later on. when t U'i:an to loon like Boots of morta- spotted on, and which came off In layers, a -companled with itcblnir I wjuM ncratrta every nicht a-itil I waraw, then the next night the ecales, oel.ii? formed meanwhile, were ecratched off a.nln. In vain did I consult all the doctors In the country, but wi bout aid. After irivinjt up all hopes of re covery, I happened to see an Barertlment in the newspaper alwut our cvtictr Kekuie, and pirjhused them from my (Irui-irisr, and obtained alinoat Immediate relief. I Iwnan to notice that the acalv eruption" gradually dro: p d eff and dis appe...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 olub,Columbus,all uniformed,be 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 slowl...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, 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 actio...

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