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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 August 1884

GEORGETOWN. OUTCOME OF THE OOUHTY GOHTElf- TION IS AND F02 WILLIAM SON COUNT. tilasseuck dominated for the State Senate and Faubion l'or the House. Delegates Instructed for Sayers For Congress, "Who Goes Through Like a Flash. Doings at San ilarcos General Political Notes Throughout the Country. Btieclal Tfltvnun to Ihe statesman. (lEoiioETOff-v, August 9. The democratic convention of Williamson county convened at the court-house to d;iv. After the usual praceedings, Hon. A. S, Fisher withdrew his name in favor of Hon. G. W. Gla3seock. The majority rule was adopted hy the con' vention. and the Hon. Geo. W. Glass cock was unanimously nominated as a candidate for state senator. J. II, Fubion, for representative; Hon. A. S. Wolker, for district ,t judge, and Hon, John II. Kobertaon for district attorney. and district delegates to the state con vention were instructed to vote tor Joseph D. Sayers for cangress; Win, Walsh, for commissioner or the gen eral land office: 11. M. Baker, for su...

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. — 14 August 1884

r ( Announcements. For Con crew. THK HTATKSMAN IS AUTIIOBIZEO TO announce Major Jo. D. Kayers as a candidate iorCongres from the 10th congressional dis trict, subject to the action of the democratic convention at New Braunfels, August 14th. For taM Meaator. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A, H. Fiber. of Williamson county, as a can didate for state senator from the 94th senatnr IhI district, subject to the action of a democratic nominating convention. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Oeo. W. Glasscock as a candidate for State Kenator from the 24th senatorial district, coin- lol Travis, WUllainson and Burnet coun- FEI.IX R. SMITH ATTUORIZEH THE Statbhmak tm announce him as a candidate for the Nineteenth legislature of Texas. for IMntrlet Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candidate for the office of District Attorney, of tbewfch ludlcial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, (now the lfith district) suDject to tne action oi aemo cratic convention. Jxmkh 1L Rober...

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. — 14 August 1884

REPUBLICANS. WORK OF THE COlWlY CONVEN TION ESTEKDAY DEMO CRATS AND INDEPEND ENTS INDORSED. The Congressional Conveution The DeGress Faction Itule the House. m-7 The republican county conve tion was culled to order at 12:30 p. m., yesterday by chairman Hector. Judge Hector said was full of victory for the republicau party, arid stated the object of the conven. tion t ) be the nomination of a repub lican county ticket, and for electing' delegates to the congressional sena torial, and judicial conventions. Secretary Wilson read the call Postmaster DeGress nominated Mr. Max Mans, as temporary chairman, Frank Johnson, (col.) nominated W, 11. Holland. The vote on Mr. Maas was taken, ana a division called tor. Mr. Deliress st ited had he known that Mr. Holland desired to be chair man of the convention he would not have placed Mr. Maas' name before it. Some colored gentleman thought that "the vote should proceed on, pre vious to any hesitation. Maas was elected by a vote of 77 to 54. Mr. J...

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. — 14 August 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. JUDICIAL CONVENTION. Vomlnated by Acclamation A. S. Walker Jar District Judge and James H. Robertson for Attorney. The judicial convention of the 2fith Judicial district, composed of the counties of Travis and AVilliamson, met at 1:30 P. m. yesterday at Kound finrk. It was a most harmonious af' fair. Juda-e J. N. Lvle. of Kound Book, chairman of the judicial dis trict, called the convention to order, unrt thouirn not a delegate to ', tho e convention was chosen successively temporary and perma nent chairman. Mr. josepn fchumate. of the "Quid JNunc; acted as secretary. A committee on CPKtentlals and basis of representation wiis aDnointed and reported lravis en tii cu tn ucvan vnfi Rtid Williamson six. .for district judge, Mr. U. C. Hart, ot Round Itock, placed in nomination thi nresent incumbent. J uuee A. &. "Walker. of Travis county. Seconded bv Mr. Jno. W. Parker, of Taylor. Oa motion ol Mr. John HoughtoD, of Austin, the nomination was maae oy as ...

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. — 21 August 1884

Land E::!:;::;::;::!:: AUSTIN, TEX,". Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Land3 Iledeemed. Investments Made Prompt attention to all business. General Land Oilice and other State Departments. Correspondence Solic ited. NOTICE. Ill pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court ot the L' lU-d Htah-sln and for the Firth Cir cuit ami the Weitern Dinriot of th State of . Tux as, at Au tiu, hearing date the 21st day of January, A. I. H4, and made in a certain cause in equity numbered 15 J, wherein the Mireiiaimle trust (.ompany in complainant aim me Austin . .orciiv.enit rn ituiroaai om- iiany et al. are defendants, the ui.der igntd, as daMteraij.ointed in said cause for tli.it pur I'ow, wiilhetweeu the hours of 11 o'clock A. IM.ami 1 o clock I. M.,ou Wedi.esiIuy.iheHth flay of May, A. I), Ixki.hcII at public auction to the hiiiest bidder, lief.-re theuoorof the Coun ty Court House of the ...

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. — 21 August 1884

TUg Host Brilliant Pure and Perfect LKXHE8 IN I HE. . THE ST ABB KAJJBPARENT AMD COLORLKS8. M light Itself and for softness and endurance to t he eye. Cannot be excelled .enabling tbe wearer to read for hours without fatigue. In fact tuey re PERFECT 8IQHT PRE8ERVER8. Testimonials from all the leading physicians in Texas. Uovernors. Senators, l-etilslalors. stockmen, men of note in all professions and n dillerent branches of trade, bankers, me chanics, etc, can be Riven, who have bad their sight improved by their uae. All of my spectacles are stamped on frame: a. &. ha n n. ju. PATEN T EXTENSION SPRING Eye-G lass Is the rinest tn the world Recommended by the Medical Faculty throughout the country. No Irritation caused by their use. Demand for these New Patent Kve-trlasses is dally in creasing and orders are now being received Iroiu all parts 01 the country. LONDON 8MOKED QLA88E8 Of overy tint and shade. These glasses are sent by mail to all parts of the of the United Mules. A per...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 August 1884

- 1 V THE KARTIIQUAKIJ. New Yokk. August 10. About 2:05 oVlo. k this a ti noon the resi dents in tiiU vninity w-re startled by a severe thock of earU omke lasting ibout 10 (seconds. At Hurt hour (6 p, .til J pal UlUaiD l j .vvi. i.n niJ " n ' .... . rr.i. v. V . r.m V, .. iv m.iljinl two ii'ili it li. t S t iu( ) t t KiA rv rotcu u uuiuu u i n .o ucia iiuin mic follow'ipg points: The Atlantic high lands,near Sandy Hook, Long Branch, Philadelphia, New Haven, Bos:on, Elizabeth, PlainlieM. Spring Dake.Cot tage City,Martha's Vineyard and Tort land, Me At the last point it was on ly slight, lie porta were also recei v- om many ot tne suo-omcwi uum, York. Ileports as to its duration are diverse, but the average seems to Ve aout 10 seconds. 7 An operator at Providence was i questioned as to whether he had heard ior seen anything unusual, ana ne promptly replied he had. He had his hands on the steam pipe and it had trembled violently, lie had been J looking up and down the street to dis- i ...

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. — 21 August 1884

T Announcements. For Contraa. THE 8TATKSMAN IS AOTHOKIZKI) TO announce M:r.IH. D. Havers as a candidate for Con pros Irom the llXh conpresslonal dis trict, subject t' tli action of the democratic contention at Now Brauiif els, August 14th For tM ttenator. WE ARB ACfMOHlZEO TO ANNOUNCE A. H. Fisher, Williamson county, as a can didate for state senator from the Jth senator ial 1 istrtrt, subject to the actiou of a democratic imnunaimg convention. WE AKE ALTHOKIZEI) TO ANNOUNCE (leo. W. (ilasocock as a candidate for Btate Senator from the 2h senatorial d strict, corn ed ot Travis, Williamson and Isurnet coun- The Blaine Scandal. pos ties. FEUX E. HMITH ATTHORIZEM THE Ft atkmm an to announce him as a candidate nr the Nineteenth legislature oi Texas. for District Attorney. I 1IKKERV ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A eandidare for the cifflee of District Attorney, of the; b indiclal district, composed of Ihe ronntles of Travis and Williamson, (now the lth district) subject 10 the action of a demo erot...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 August 1884

HEW BRAUNFELS. DEMOCRATIC . KOMIJTATIUG 005 - VENTIOT IS TEE TENTH DIS TEOT SAYEES NOMINATED. 5$jeech of Senator Pfeufl'er on tho Dangrcrs of Centraliza tion in Republics. Address of Mr. Dwycr and En logy of the Distinguished Ex Lieutenant Governor, Great Enthusiasm Over Joe Sayers and His Election Con fidently Preilictcd. teneclal to The Statesman New Braunkkls, August 14. The convention was called to oider by Senator l'fcuffer, chairman of the 10th congresiional district at 10:30 o'clock. l-'KEUFKEU'S SPEECH. It la with no small degree of satis faction and pleasure that I again bt -hold an assemblage of the representa tive democrats of tne 10th congres sional district hightened by the re collection of the success which attend ed the action of former democratic conventions of this district There are many who will agree with me while they remember the outlook or cast of the political sky of this dis trict immediately after the adjourn ment or tne last convention at Austin. that 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. — 21 August 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TMUfiSDAY. August 21, 1884 Now for Tuesday next. Silas Hare will be there. Majob Elliott la filling the bill. Gen. ltoss is quiet, but not Sullen. The Statesman la not for Ireland. : Mills carried the tort at the Waco convention. The old alcalde ia finally politically side-tracked. Tiunos were done np in short metre at New Braunfels. Tiik labor unions will not elect the president this time. Ireland wiil be a bitter pill to the democracy of Texas. It might be John Peter Smith after all. If so, what of It? Texa9 will make a half crop of cot ton. That's a good deal. Shooting a thief is a harsh remedy but it cured Private Henry. judge TJIME9 was re-nominated in the Waco district forjudge. TnESan Antonio Times is very generous to The Statesman. That convention so near home Is what bothers Columbus Upson. No ring ought to be permitted to control the democracy of Texas. The king of Annam, it seems, got it in the neck, having been poisoned, What an awful stilln...

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. — 21 August 1884

THE EXPOSITION. FULL PEOOEEDIKGS OF THE LAST MEETEJG OF THE TRAVIS COUNTY SOCIETY. Magnificent Report From Dr. Phillips on Agricultural Products, "Wool, Etc At the meeting held July 20, Rev. A. K. (ioodwyn mijilo a report for Mr. W. J. Oiiphant, chairman of the com mittee on photographs and photo graphic views, to the effect that Mr. S. ii. Hill would donate a set of views to the society and that Mr. 1 1 illy er would sell the society a set giving a thorough vie of Austin for $i apiece, fran-el. This U given by way of retrospect ion, so as to better explain the next meeting's proceedings. - ine society met in tne nan 01 repre sentatives, August , witn UT. Xj. Phillips ia the chair. CoL It. J. Kwancoat moved that all the city papers be requested to publish the meetings of this society the Thurs days and Fridays immediately pre ceding the day of meeting. It was carried. Mr. B. C. Wells explained withrefer ence to the photograph question, that Mr. Ilillyer's proposition has been mis un...

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. — 21 August 1884

tV11V S'l'ATKSArAN i J. 11 Lj 0 1 IV 1 JOJULl . XU5TIIN. TEXAS. TIIUKSDAY. Anjust 21,1884 POLICEMEN AKRESTEU. Howe and DeLong Charged With False Imprisonment. On Sunday afternoon, Officer Howe arrested live or six young- lads at the depot lor swinging on the cars while in motion, the same being in violation of a city ordinance on the subject. After the little fel lows had been kept at the station for about three quarters of an hour, they were released, upon promising that they would not again )e guilty of the offense. On yesterday officers Howe and DeLong were arrested in four cases, charred with false imprisonment The parents of the little boys, whose names were 1'icxle, canter berv. iiird and ateveaon. arlve a different version of the affair. The little fellows deny that they were swinging on the cars, and claim that they baa not yet reached the depot when they met Howe with two little negro chaps. They claim to have turned back and followed the officer to the station. They assert...

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. — 28 August 1884

nn , IrJ h!:;;:dri::;:li;; AUSTIN, TEX.Vi. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands liought and Sold. Put eau Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Itedeerard. Investments Made. , Prompt attention to all business, General Land Ortice and other State Departments. Correspondence Solic- NOTICE. In rnrswincc of a dnerpe of tlieCimiit Court of the t ited states in and for the Fifth Clr- cull und the WimUto District of th State of Texan, nt AU tin, tH'-nriiiK ditto the 21st dav of January, A. I. ikhj, aim iiihiIh In a certain chi.h; in equity nuiiilierwl lKt, wlwrvin the Mi-n-liuiitliu 'Irmt Company In complainant ami in.- AiiKiin He .imiweu-rn naiiroauuoin liauy ct ul. un: di'fc-ndantH, the urdiTslKni iI,h Blaster api.oinU'ii in Raul chiijw lor thai itur- !, will, Iwtwwi the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock 1. M., (in Wcilneslay, tlie2th day .; May, A. I). 1n4, noil at nultlic auction to me hl"h-t bidder, befure thedoorof the Coun ty Cour...

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. — 28 August 1884

THE- STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXA. iia.tf.rn ef HahacrlptiOH to Itolly: D It I0 per annum. If paid In advance. Per month. i.oo. dvcc Clslng Rates lurnlshed on application, A. v- PTS will be stopped when the term of a "caption expires, unless otherwise oraeren. i'tnle changing their address are requested to ive tbe old as well a the new address. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. GAINU, President and Manager. THURSDAY. Ausrust 28, 1881 Wasii Jones does not say he i going to tackle Ireland. Tbe embers of the epidemic are blazing up again at Marseilles. Tub Colorado Clipper is really ona of the liveliest newspapers in the west. Tile governor is under arrest and roust appear In Galveston on the 27th instant. TnERE have been heavy rains in the northwestern states, and a fine crop of corn Is assured. TnE Athenian bows to the decision, but it is "not at all enthusiastic over the nomination of John Ireland. So long as foreign rags, In bulk or on human beings, are imported into this country,...

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. — 28 August 1884

3 QALVffTON. BASE BALL AN$ MOTHEE HUB - BAEDS 60VIM0E IEELABD HOMEWAED-BOUKD. The Recent Lynching Turns Out A Worse Horror Than nt First Supposed. A Different Face, to Mrs. Juuer man's Story, Believed to be False. The Alleged. Outrager First As- pau.lted, and possibly an In nocent Man Mobbed. Galveston, August 23. In the second oiatcn game, base ball, between the Nifes, composed of members of the Sffdey Ililles and Washington Juard&, the Sealeys won by a score of 14 to p. ine Aines were attired in jvioioer liuooaru dresses. ujy. ireiana lelt for Austin on the earl train this morning. The city is yiKnj wcu ueseriea by visiting dele gates to the late convention, and affairs abut the hotels have again assumed upr normal condition, home doubts wether the lt the yQVxng German hov. Kifhar,i riecaaig, was a genuine lynching ft "uu 1 uo assault upon Mrs, juneman, the reported outrage, rauu hid uiacovcry ot r iecnsig s body, are already matters of history. After the frenzy of the first h...

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. — 28 August 1884

'4 . ..e..j.'ai Announcements. For Congress. - THE STATKSMAN IS AUTHORIZE!! TO snnounee Mtiior Jew. J). Snyers as a cand idate lr Coucmss from thn loth consresslonal dts tnct, mibjoct to tli action of the democratic coiiTeutianat New Brauuf els, August 14th For tat.e Meaator. WR ARE AUTHORIZE!) TO ANNOUNCE A. S. Finhor, of Wllltainvon county, as a cau didiit for stat senator from the 24th senator ial district, suhject to the action of a democratic onunatiK convention. WE ARK AUTHO KI7.ED TO ANNOUNCE Senafor'from the 2-itb senatorial dMrtrt, com- - . lirilllH.un .1 . 1 . 1 1 III I. (UflQ poeaoi gravis, nuuauw"- ties. , , miX E. SMITH ATTIIORTZES THE L.,.iuisti annniin him an a oanaiaaie for the Nineteenth-legislature of Texas. for District Attorney. . ncuviv AWITNf!K MYSELF AS A eandldatefortherfficeof District Attorney, ol the i h Judicial district composed of t he ,,,SnrTrv1sand Williamson, (now the ji.mi .ihioi-tm the action of a demo cratic convention. Jambs H. Robkbtson, ... ......

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. — 28 August 1884

'4 V J: 1 MARRIED. Newport, It. L, Augmt 21. The marriage of Francis Stout, of New York, to Miss Emily Meredith Kead, daughter of General Meredith Bead, ex-minister to Greece, this morning. at the residence of the latter, was aa exceptionally brilliant affair. .Both parties have a distinguished patriotic ancestry and high ation. The ar rangements were elaborate and mag nificent. Several thousand Invita tions were sent out. A temporary addition was made to the house to ac commodate the guests. An unusually large number of dis tinguished persons abroad had been invited, including the queen of Eng land, prince and princess of Wales. king and queen of Greece, kiDg, queen and crown prince of Denmark Viscount John Meredith, Cobrald tr&onear, or the royal nay of -L'ortugai, and many others. President AriLund several members of the caoinet, lien, and Mrs. Grant. Gen, and Mrs. Sherman, aid many other 'eminent Americans are invited. Mes sages of. congratu'tion were received from President...

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. — 28 August 1884

Tie Most BniiM. Pore pud Perfect ' THET ARC BAXSl'AKKNT AND COLORLKhS. as light Itself and for softness and pnduram e to tneeye.t.-8iinoi oeexeem-,ruu.uiK tn read for hours without fatigue. In fact luey PERFECT 8IQHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all the leading physicians in Texas, (juveriKirs. bunaiont, iKisivor. tm-iimi-n. m-n of n ie iu all nrofe-Mtloas and n ditfeient branches of trade, bankers, me chanics, etc., can be given, w ho have had their SIkiii improved Dy uiuir use. All of my spectacles are stamped on frame A. K. HAWK.8. PATEN f EXTENSION SPRING Eye-Glass Is the ftpeM tn th world Recommended by the Medical Faculty tlirouRhout the country. . irrttaiinn cuikuhI tv tnelr use. Demand for these New latent Eye-glasses Is dally in creasing ana orders are now ueiug rw;ijou from all parts of the country. LONDON 8MOKEO QLA8SE8 Of every tint and shade. These glasses are sent by mail to all part of the of the United mates. A perfect 111 warranted. Beud for cat alogue Adi idreas K...

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. — 28 August 1884

JAMES C. TRACY, THE UNITED STATES MARSHAL OF THE EASTERN DISTRICT AR RIVES IN AU3TIN, i And Expects to Bear the Texan Governor Back to the Island City. Notwithstanding the fact that it has betm asserted that the capias is BiieJ by U- S. Commissoner James T Sranri, at (Jalveston, for the ariest ol Govouuxhn Ireland, for the alletr etl violation of article 5510, revised Btatiites, would never be executed. U. S. Marshal James (J. Tracy arrived in Austin yesterday morning for thut purpose. The capias was issued by U. JS. Commissioner Spann upon com plaint of Emile Francois, charging Governor Ireland with conspiring with the managers of the state penitentiary to defraud him out of his rights of citizenship; and placed in the hands of Marshal Tracy for ex ecution. It is dated August 15th, and is made returnable on the 27th, and authorize Marshal Tracy to make the arrest AJJYWIIERE IN TEXAS. Under ordinary circumstances the marshal of a federal district has no jurisdiction beyond the conii...

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. — 28 August 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THE COMING EXPOSITION Some Interesting- Motes Famished by Commlulanur Gammage. f!nl. T. T. (Jammaire. United States .-minissioner for Texas to the vnrl.l's Industrial and Universal ex m ition to b held at New Orleans next winter, furnishei the following aotesi.which will be read with interest Tn horticultural hall. 600 by 194 f,t. huilt almost entirely of glass, is nw fi.nn nleted. and in it are being I laced specimens of horticulture from Mverui 01 tne states anu mau j iui i iirn countries. The display in this building is des- t ined to excel in beauty ana quauuiy i f tlora and horticulture, istiaw s gar ten at St. Louts or the world-renowa-k-d garden at Kew, England. MACHINERY HALL i i finished, and in it are being placed lor operation many of the most beau i if ul and sclentilic specimens of ma- hinerv. XOtablv anions: them are fence-making machine, a complete set of silk looms from Winston, ionn, which will be in active operation during the expositi...

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