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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 July 1884

DEPARTMENTS. LAND FRAUDS TJNEAETHED A ! WISCONSIN MAN IN THE TOILS. To Test Hie Constitutionality of The Act Retiring Pub lic Lands. Superintendent Baker, of the de partment of education, has issued the fellowing circular to the various county judges of the state: . . . AU8TIX. July 2,1881. Hon. County Judge: HtiC. 36 of tttA mw Knhnil l aw tiRivlHlu the election ot School Trustees on the first Saturday In August next: I cull your atten tion to same, and in the absence of any ex press provision In the Statute, respectfully re quest that you appoint three qualilied voters la each school district to hold such election, and give such notice of the election as you deem best. The returns should be made to J m ery respecuu uy, it. M. JiAKKK. Bup't. Public Instruction. . .1 .1:a , . . .nuuiuonai scnoiastic census re ports: Counties and town, ism Torn Greene nv Morris HB5 Khacke.'rord 43 j :ityof KaMlnid 14 City of Hullv.llo 110 Collectors Richardson, of Hopkins, auu iuorris, or Travis, set...

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. — 10 July 1884

Announcements. For tate tieaatar. WIS ARE AUTHOR1ZKD TO ANNOUI.CK A. 8. Fisher, of Williamson county, as a can- . dldate for state senator from the sMtli senator- j ial district, sulJ-ct to the action of a democratic nominating convention. WE AKE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE j ieo. W. tilasscock as a candidate for Stale Henator from the 24in senatorial mmm-v, posed of Travis, WilUamson and Burnet coun ties. . FKMX E. SMITH ATTHOK1ZES THE Btatiwm AN to announce him as a candidate for the Nineteenth legislature of Texas. for IMatrlet Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candidate for the onice of District Attorney of the 26.h Judicial district composed of the comities of Travis and Williamson (now the Wth district) subject l o the ? ' T cratlc convention. Jambs H. Robertson. ..... ..vnmlTV VOH THE OFFICE of DUtric' Ail7 of the 16th Judicial dis tention! JahwDl 8HiiiiM For County Attorney. xvu ivw iHTIIOKIZKD TO ANNOUNCE Mr F.li. Mourns as a candidate lorCounty Attorney of Travis county. ...

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. — 10 July 1884

1 I t BUTLER. CENTRAL riGUEE AT CHICAGO WELCOMED BY All IMMENSE DEMONSTRATION. Tiir Tiiotmaiul Laborinjr Men in Procession An Audi ence of 20,000. Incidents of the Ovation But lcr Speaks From the Palmer House. Conference of the New York Delegation Other Points from Chicago. Chicago, July 3. The gathering of tne democratic clans at unicago goes on, but slowly. A number of scatter ing delegates have arrived from dis- taut points, and one solid delegation that ot California are here, but as yet things in the local political world, are comparatively quiet. The sub-committee on arrange meats of the national convention, have been hard at work here for the past we.tk: but. bo lar, their labors have been in the di rection of arranging and perfecting the innumerable details of the convention. The changes in the hall are all but completed, and It is expect ed that the theatre chairs lor the del gates and other seats, will lje put into IKxsition to-night. It has been deci ded to light the hall...

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. — 10 July 1884

CHICAGO. Continued from Flint rase. ness, who had a victorious birthright in his name alone. It might be urged that he came from the wrong side of the Ohio river. 15ut if the statute of limitation was ever to run out, that plead ought to begin now. Cheers. lie contrasted Carlisle and lilaine; the first as being a man on whom even God had teemed to set his seal the other as leprous with ' accusation and covered and tattooed nil over. Applause. When the forces of Oliver Cromwell were lying on their arms wait ing oauie mey irequenuy eugaxcu in angry discussion concerning mat ters of faith; but when the order to Hnwn their line from old Ironsides, that the forces of Frince ltupert were in front, they forgot their differences and had no thought but victory, until success crowned the arms of the protector. So when the chairman of the convention would shortly give to the democratic hosts the command, to cnarsre an aiong ine line,they would lay aside all differences and (lissenlvous and bic...

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. — 17 July 1884

MaUos.Mskoii, LadMrsd taints AUSTIN, TEXAS. 15uy and Sell Land Certilicates. Examine and l'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands lJought and and Sold. Vatenta Obtained. Taxes raid. da lledeemed. li 'vestments Made. P.ompt attention to all l)iisi!i.'.j.- in (ieneriU Land oflice and other Siate I) partments. Correspondence Solicited SPORTING NOTES. -- Kuclng at the Chicago Driving; Park. Chicago, July 14. Eighth day of thn (Jlii'-atjo Driving p&rk summer trottins; in.';tin. V wither cilui, cool, cioiioy, me tracK raat. r irsc race z.Si class, pacing; un- linished,.Satur.!ay. 1 Jessie M.,1 10 1; j- ruz, 3 2 1 z; Chestnut Star, 3 3 2 4; NellieShaw, 4 4 0 4. 'lime, 2:20, 20, 1, b-wond race 2:21 class, trottinir x'hil. Thompson, 2 111; Zoo 1J., 1 2 s 4 2; Emma, 3 3: drawn. Time 222. inira race Z;Z7 class, trotters; un- lmished on account of approaehinjr darkntm First heat was a dead heat between 1 rank Lander and Linwood, otHiona anu rourin neats were won ly Lauder; third a...

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. — 17 July 1884

Ition . ....... t, .j tw.i I m Mil mm. NIK ana fCUM,. TBKT ABB TRANSPARENT AND COLOKIJ588. M llfrtit lt!wlf and for softness and enduran: e t tA-id for houn without fatuue. In lad Uie PERFEOT 8IQHT PRESERVERS. Testimonial from all the leading physician- Btockmenl men of note In all professions and ehanlca, etc., can te Riven, who have bad their slitht Improved by their rote. ,,,,. All oi my nm-ciade. rw bwwiiw A. K. UA WK.1 I r A. TTTTTT1H' PATENT EXTENSION ornlNli Eye-Glass Is the finwrt tn the world Recommended hy ... .....I-.., iu ,Hnfriimit t.hn cnimtrv. Ml" mniii-,n rtKuHi mi " -1 No irritation cati-i by their use. Dei n id f or these New Patent Kye-tflaws Is daily Jn creasmg and orders are now being recelyed LONDON SMOKED GLASSES tit vrv fint. and shade. These glasses u.nt hv mall to all Darts of the of I the United States. A pei Addi Bend tr cat- alogue dress A. K. HAWKES, Austlon. Texas Mb. A. K. Hawkes : Dear Blr-I take great pleasure In aylng that after having worn your n;...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 July 1884

THE COMING MAN CLEVELAKD, OF NETT TOKK, NOM INATED TOE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. I prepared port bulb re to muke p. m. NOMINATIONSRESUMED. The unfinished bigness of yester A Platform Adopted Which Can Unite All the Elements of the Democracy. oay being the call at states lor nomi nations was resulted. Mr. ilansur, of Missouri, came on to the platform and made a nomina- si complete ro of Massachusetts, and he could tell; seemed to be exciting delegates or the convention that if it forced upon spectators to anything like the degree the party the man who had rent the that Blame and some ot his rivals lor graweat of. success in New York, j the republican nomination did, in this the party would lose Massa- Bame hall, five weeks ago. ' chusetts. His district was populated At 8:25 the convention was with working men opposed to the gra-pinz greed of monopolists, and he aeclared to the convention that, tion speech. Ife said that Missouri i vouching for the labor element of the would hav...

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. — 17 July 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUBTIN. TKXAJ. Bully for Cleveland. Good bye Tammany. Phesident Grover Clevland. TnE "Widdy" Butler is a brick. It was a Waterloo for Boss Kelly. "What a blessed invention was that ice machine. Interest deepens in events trans piring at Chicago. the ticket, . With the platform and Ve can't fail to win. We go rather more than on the platform. on Cleveland at fiTTRitATi for Cleveland, Kelly last is badly beaten. When they did break they went to Cleveland in droves. Everybody is pleased with the ticket. Its a good one. New YonK furnishes a $2,000,000 failure. A mere trifle. Now, what is to prevent Gen. Boas from being nominated anyhow? Wondek if the Houston convention ' will really re-nominate Governor Bur gess. , . Copperhead Jack and "Jingo Jim." It is a ticket created to win defeat A United Front. The democracy ol the United States with the candidates chosen at Chicago will go into the battle for freedom and reform with a united front. They will battle as an unit and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 July 1884

THAT COVIIIIING. ThenubJic wid itiiu iiil er the ow hiuing of Pagan Ppwers by Miss Sarah Washburn. a few miles o il in the country, an aceoont of which ap Istrrd In these columns at the time. Also the mention or the arrest of II. F. Towers and Has. Gannon, upon the charge of liteling tlie character of Miss Washburn. These charges were dismissed in thecounty court on Mon day by consent of the young lady's father, upon the signing of the an nexdocuinent, by Powers and Gan nonJit explains itself : Thli'statemetit Is to certify that neither one - ol tlie undersigned ever made, t r Lit.ninl to make, any statement, uutiuuiuiou "r rtii.vt Ion deroRetorv to tlie virtue, cnastiiy anu latlibk' ol.ni-lnrnf M lu K:tr:ill .1. WaSllUliril. 1 we, nor either of us ever knew of Uuy act or instance In the life ol tne young iay named, which In any wise Impeached or remit-red doubtful ber virtue and ladylike detriment ; that any and all statements mad by lit, or iinpuie 1 w us, m n-iunrmjc w ..vMiiuni ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 July 1884

Announcements. Vor Htmtt) Ne-Mtor. VK AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A. . Fisher, of Williamson county, as a can didate lor state senator from the -Uiti senalor ial district, subject to the action of a democratic lioinlmiliUK couveutloii. WK AUK AUTHOIUZED TO ANNOUNCE lieo. W. OliutHoook as a catdidnte for Blate ht'iibtor from the 24th senatorial cliHtrict, com posed of Travis, Williamson and Burnet coun ties. . FELIX K. SMITH ATTIIOKIZKS THE 8tatkimajii te announce him as a candiaaie for Die Nineteenth legislature of Texas. for IMMtrlet Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AiS A candl.late for the offlce of District Attorney. otthh Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, (now the 1..ih district) s.ibjeclio the action of a demo cratlc convenUon. Jambs 11. ltoBERinoN. t . . i.iviuniTir VOR THE OFFICE ventlon. JamksD. Shickks. For Coaaty Attorney. WE AUK AUTHOKIZKD TO ANNOJJNCK u. f. O. Morris as a candidate for County Attorney of Travis county. For lwpeetrof Hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 July 1884

i . A. 2 i HENDRICKS. HE DELIVERS A M03T EETT.T.TAST SPEECH THE FIRST GU3T OF THE CAMPAIGN. A Conservative and Statesman like lillbrt, Capturing tlio PoiuIar Ear. He Arraigns the Corruptions of the Party In Power, and Names the Remedy. KcIioch of the Old Ticket-Political Points from Various Places and Sections. Inwanapolis, July 12. Ex-Senator Hendricks arrived early this morning and wa3 received with a sa lute, lie remained at his residence durtai? the morning, where he was the recipient of many congratulations from his friends and neighbors. A large number of congratulatory tele grams were also received. Mr. Hen dricks declines to answer positive ly whether he will accept or decline the nomination, saying it would not be proper for him to discuss the matter until he is for mally notified. It is the general im pression here that he will accept. A ratification meeting will be held this evening at which Hendricks is ex pected to make a speech. Indianapolis, July 12. At a large ly att...

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. — 17 July 1884

SPORTING. HEGATTA YESTERDAY'S EVENTS . nr spofiTDJG oieoles wrnrESS-; ED BY 30,000 PEOPLE. Teenier, of McKeesport; Oau t dau, of St. Louis, and Ilamm Entered. . Teenier Shows I Hh Poweis-One of the Finest Contests in American Waters. Trottinsr At Chicatro in "Which . Smuggler's Time at Hart ford is Beaten. Meadville, July 15. The nreliininarv heats In the Onnaut lau a rPorat.tA were witnessed bv fully 30.000 people.. . The weather was all that could be desired; but a slight breeze made the water rough, the lace tor single sculls was finished at iurk t.h first heat was s'.irnalled by the Btarter at 5 p. m. There were sixteen nt.rieH-' The first heat was won by McKay, in 21 minutes, 47 seconds; A. Ilamm, second, in 21 minutes, 50 seconds. The water was. quite rough at this time, and the breeze increased for some timA The second heat followed quickly, ni was won bv Teemer and uau inr. the others beinff so far behind as to make no effort to win, and there- hv secure a position m trie ii...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 July 1884

SE AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. fMaddosBros.S Anderson r jlui DialHiHlgjiisriliifflb:' AUSTIN, TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land CertiQcates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Kedeemed. jnlments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land ollice and other State De partments. Correspondence Solicited The Most BriM. Pnre and Perfect IV USE. THEY ABB TRANSPARENT AND COLORLESS. as Unlit itself and for softness and endurance tn the eye. Cannot be excelled .enabling tne wrarcr 10 read lor Hours wmiout laligue. In lacl mey PERFECT 8IQHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all the lealinn nhvalMnnn in tvym TL".'L." Dim-Knit, men 01 note in an proiessions and a uuiereni uniiK-nes ol inule, bankers, me chanics, etc., can be given, who have bad their Buciit improved Dy ineir use. All of my spectacles are stamped on frame: A. A. 11A VT ICn. UIAWKEB' PATEN r EXTENSION SPRINQ Eye-Glass Is the finest tn the world Recommen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 July 1884

Announcements. For Congress. TBE STATESMAN 13 AUTHORIZED TO announce Major Jos. I). Sayers as a candidate lorConitress from the loth congressW.ual dis trict, subject to the a tion of the democratic eonv ntiouat New Braunfels, August nth For Htate Meaator. VK ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A. p. FWher. of Williamson county, as a can didate for state senator from the i!4th senator ial d Istrlct, subject to the action of a democratic nominating convention. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Geo. W. Glasscock as a candidate for State ftenator rrom the 24th senatorial district, com posed of Travis, Williamson and Burnet coun ties. Fiil.lX E. SMITH ATTHORIZES THE Stat kwm an te announce him as a candidate for Die Nineteenth legislature of Texas. For District Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A caT'dlrinte for the office of District Attorney, of trc28.h Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, (now the 16th district) subject I o the action of a demo crat ic conventio...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 July 1884

r i CAMPAIGN. CHAIRMAN OP THE NATIONAL BE ' PUBLICAN COMMITTEE AP PEALS EOK CONTRIBUTIONS Progress of the Independent Republican Movement From Boston as a Centre. my sincere thanks for your kind letter . of congratulation. 1 regret that 1 can i make but this informal acknowledge ment just now. I can question the right of no man or body as to whom they shall elect, but will say, l am heartilv c-rateful to have found new friends in vour beautiful city. With best wishes, believe me to be, Very iruly yours, (Signed) J as. G. Blaine. FROM COLORADO. Fine Itaiu Oat West Stock and Cattle Shipments Live Panther Caught. Colorado. July 16. Last night he has lived ever 6ince. In his 80th year he professed religion and joined the ISaptist church at Elgin, ills companion is 81. and here to-day. There are seven children living the this place was visited by a fine rain, I youngest 45 years old. The deceased IJutler to Head the Greenback r Anti-Monopolist and Labor Party. Prominent Republicans Bolti...

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. — 24 July 1884

THE ; STATESMAN.! A Cloudy Affair. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Let us nominate Kos3. And still fcfrim cholera goes on. Sunstroke Texas. is a new disea.se in It is getting atong the line. warm politically all re- Tiie great demand of the present age vaccination. Will the entire state ticket be nominated? Will it? Two sun strokes in San Antonio in one day. Dreadful place. The whole of southern Europe seema to be panic stricken. ' If nominated, lloss will be elected, It is doubtful if Ireland can be. Gov. Blkgess is man in the canvass, float. the most active l'he iirm must AMicAitr.K relations seem to be one emore established between Chili and Peru. - Theiie is a world of possibilities now standing wide open in the polit ical iields. The valued correspondent ot. Tun Statesman, at Taylor, sends another good item. ' There is a very pronounced auti Ireland feeling among the democracy of Grimes county. vMiiri.sfi:Y vaccination is John Ireland's strong card, and hf plays it lor all that Is out. ' The Su...

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. — 24 July 1884

nnnflfininmmirnO complimentary to ovnor Ire- UlIIUIIIwUlwlitaiiwi judgment of men. . Jie has niaue goouu nyiu.i.uiu. Honorary commissioners were ap- j AND HONORARY ! pointed not onlv to make an exhibit be work at home, but also to show, at i THE DISTRICT C0MMISSI01JERS OF TEXAS MEET AT THE CAFITOL. Allrcsses by Governor Ireland "and Commissioner KHiott "Vliat Was Done. The convention of district and hon orary exposition commissioners met at the representative hall yesterday oibmj vxunmissioner Elliott made a lengthy speech, giving an account of his work and the progress towards enlisting the people in it. He paid a high compliment to the citizens of Galveston for their liberality in pro viding a ouiiuing for Texas, and to Sanger Bros., of Dallas, who have agreed to furnish it. He indicated the reasons that induced the plans of furnishing the county societies, and closed with complimentary allusions tu governor ireianu. GOVERNOR IRELAND. The governor made a short speech, advising the...

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. — 24 July 1884

Announcements. For Co n grew. THE STATESMAN IS AUTHORIZED TO nnmiiini MiinrJm. I). Haven as a candidal far Cohere from the mu contosloiial di trict. subject to the action ol the democratic convention at Now Braunfels, AuKOnt Hiu. For tte Meaator. WR ARK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A. H. Fisher, ot Williamson county, as a can didate for state senator from the tMth senator ial district, subject to the action ol a democratic lioniuuttmg convention. Positive and Negative. WR A HR AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNC - Jeo. VV. GlasRcock as a candidate for state Kenator from the 24th senatorial district, com posed of Travis, Williamson and Burnet coun ties. FELIX E. 8MITII ATTHORIZES THE Statesman to announce him as a candidate for the Nineteenth legislature of Texas. "or District Attorney. I HKKKRY ANNOUNCE MY8EJ.F AS A on,ii,iot for thA nfflce of District Attorney. of the 26ih Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, (now the 16th district) subjectlo the action 01 a aemo cratlc...

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. — 24 July 1884

BLAINE'S LETTER rOEMAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE EE . PUBLICAN CANDIDATE EOS THE PRESIDENCY. He Gives Ills Views on the Great Question of the Tariff. Anneals to History and Kakes t &n a Lot of Musty. Statistics. Delivers a Lecture to the South and Preaches the Usual Free Ballot Sermon. Augusta. Me.. July 18. The Hon John 15. Henderson and others, of the committee, etc.: Gentlemen In ac cepting the nomination for the presi dency, tendered me by the republican convention, I beg to express a deep serine of the honor which is conterred. and cf the duty which is imposed. I venture to accompany the accept ance with some observations upon questions involved in the contest, whose settlement may eltect the iu- tureof the nation favorably, or un favorably, for a long service of years, in enumerating tne issues upon which . the republican party appeals for popular support, the convention has been singularly explicit and felic itous. It has properly given the lead ing position to the INDUSTRIAL INT...

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. — 24 July 1884

A. 0. U. W. IIFTH ANHUAL SESSION OF GEA5D LODGE OF TEXAS. THE First Day's Session Grand Of- fleers and Representa tives Present. The fifth annual session of the grand vlire of Texas, Ancient Order ot Uni t I Worklngmen, convened at 10 a. in.- yesterday. Its jurisdiction extends over the states of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and the Indian territory. . The following- grand officers and representatives were present: GRAND OFFICERS. W. 8. Robson, of LaGrange, grand master workman. J. K. Ashby, of Fort Worth, grand fireman. J. Henry Shepherd, of Shreveport, L.. grand overseer. ' William P. Cole, of Hempstead, crnnd recorder. J. H. Taylor, of Marshall, grand r-f iver. William Holt, of San Antonio cr nd guide. Dr. J. 11. Cummings, of Austin, st md watchman. - A lexander Pope, of Marshall, past muster workman. Dr. T. XL Marks, of Marshall, state m-(ileal director. GRAND TRUSTEES. P. S. Wren, of Galveston. J. K. Ashby, of Fort Worth. FINANCE COMMITTEE. A. K. Taylor, of Houston. O. C. Drew, o...

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