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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 9 October 1884

uj.ta.ium LAND DEALERS' CEN'L ACENTSJVOL. XIV. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. " Lands Examined rnd Divided. Lands Bought an. Sold. 1'atents Obtained. Taxes Paid. r , --- ! 1 Junius jteueemt?u. Investments Made. IVornnt attention to all buslne?. Ceneial Land Olliee and other State Departments. Correspondence (Solic ited. STETTRjv CELEShATED iflA Protection. No such protec tive against chills and fever ana oiner ui.seases i a ma'arlal type exists at 1 listener's Stomach Hitters. It rel.evei con stipation, liver illHO'ders, rlieumatWm, kidney and bladder ailments with certainty and mnihlitudx. A rhaiii;e, as Rnnifyintcas it is complete, soon takes place In the ucarance, as well as the seusatton, of tlm wan mid hag gard invalid who uses this standard promoter For sale by all druggists and dealers neutrally. TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER. and MALARIA. Xr"m t.i.jao sourous ariae three-fourths ot V:o .menses of tho human ruco. These tymi.toins ...

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. — 9 October 1884

Announcements. For Const-era. rilK STATKSMAfI IS AUTIIOKlZBI TO vmioiince Major Jos. I. Hyi-ri as a candidate lor t'-rniKrewt (mm the loth conivssioiial dis trict, subject to Uih action ot the democratic convention at finw Hntuiifils, AugUHt 14th WH AKK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE '.m. W. (ilasscock as a candidate for Htato Senator mm the 24th senatorial district, coin-V- wrilof Travis, Williamson and Burnet coun ty. IV tt uui'Tll mriiMiii'L'U Til U MATKrtMANtoamiouncehim as a candidate .or uie nineteenth legislature ol lexas. rer UlMtrlrt Attorney. I HEKEBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candidate for the olDce of District Attorney. ul the26ih Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, (now the tr.tli district) suujectlo the action of a demo cratic convention. James H.KOBKRTSON. For County Attorney. WE AKK AUTIIOKIZKD TO ANNOUNCE Mb K. J. Morkih as a candidate for Ci unty Attorney of Travis county. ' for laapeetar of Hide and Animals WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mr. it....

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. — 9 October 1884

A GRAND EFFORT. WELLBORN WAKES THE WELKIN WITH HIS WITCHING OEA- TOBY, LAST NIGHT. Tho Tariff and Other Living Issues Discussed in a Masterly Manner. The rourt room was literally jamm ed wi'h people Saturday, to hear the pi-ecii of the orator irom Dallas. Hutu was f carely standing room lor the inimen.w throng; aod numbers went aw; y diaappointed at the lack of BPjt Ti.o audience, too, represented ia m ..,..i....r. .1 U .1 wi -ciuiu-jjj utruicr lain cuiiuic auu relinement, the worth and wealth of the city ,f Austin. A hundred ladies were present, attracted by the growing lame or uim wellborn as a speaker or uncommon power. .Nor were they aisappointeu. There was only one cpinionj about it it was a glorious success. The great crowd hung en tranced on his utterances, and as his sonorous sentences rang through the chamber, climax on climax, they gave vent to their appreciation of the man and the principles he enunciated by repeated demonstrations of the most real and intense enthusiasm....

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. — 9 October 1884

A SOLID SPEECH. COL. MILLS' TALK AT THE COUNTY COUET HOUSE. LAST NIGHT. Able Exposition of Democratic Policy ami Prin ciples.. The court house wjw packed last night to hear the lion. Itotrer Q. Mill. Mr. Wooldridg-e called the as tmlilaire to order and presented Dr. C. fc. Morse, who introduced the orator of the evening. He said that few remarks were necessary, as all present knew that as a congressman Air. Mills had served twelve yean, and to show how people appreciate i him he had been always nominated by acclamation, and notified when last nominated by a committee consisting of one of each ol the eight connties composing his district. Applause. - Mr. Mills commenced by apostro- frtiizing liberty;that Americans pecu iarly living as they do within broad 'limits inheriting the sentiments from their ancestry who named the wilds of Eurone in Teutonic tribes, they should zealously guard this free and inalienable right aboye all others, this bting possible from the fact that Dower eomes...

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. — 16 October 1884

LANDDEALER8 CEN'L AGENTS, AU8T1N, TEX AH. Iiuy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and l'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Ilought and Sold. 1'a.tents Obtained. Taxes raid, lands lledeemed. Investments Mada Jt'rompt attention to all buHinei" General Land Oflice and other tate Departments. Correspondence Elic ited. Protection. No such probative against chills and fever and other disenses r.f a malarial type exists a li'istetter's Stomach Hitters. It relieve i cou ti;nition liver ditto, ders, rhpuniatknn, kidney :iiil bladder ailments with certainty and promiititudr. A'-hange, as gratifyine as it is fiiniplHte, soon takes place in the apiearaiice, as well as Hie seiisatton. of tli wan and hag pan! Invalid who uses this standard promoter of l.-'Hlth andhtronKth For sale by all druggists and dealers Kenerally. Tie Great Instrnctlon Book. Richardson's RTEW METHOD. FOR THE PIAKOFOBTK, This wonderful book continues to sell Im iin'iisi Iv, and anions othrs ot the fine quality...

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. — 16 October 1884

Announcements. For Congress. THE 8TATK8MAN 13 AUTHORIZED TO lil Z. C.1 J 1'' Tnnoanee Major Jos. D. Havers as candidate , lor Congress from the Wtli congressional dis trict, subject to the action of the democratic convention at Mew Brauufels, August 14th WR AKE ACTHOKIZED TO ANNOUNCE eo. w. Glasscock as a candidate lor state j Benator from ine Mtn senatorial nisxnci, coin- ojsedoi Travis, WUUamsonaiid Burnet coun- itesT I , ff.lix b. BMim AunuiiiiM ; ior the Nineteenth legislature ot Texas. 'r District Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candidate lor the office of District Attorney, of the M. b Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, (now the . 16tii district) subject to the action of a demo cratic coo vent lop. J am ks 11. Robertson. For. County Attorney WB ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mb F. G. Mokkis as a candidate forCtUBty Attorney of Travis county. ; For lpetor of Hideo ond Anlmalw e WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mr. R. S. Caperton as a candidate...

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. — 16 October 1884

A CLASS l UAL CHAT. Or Chat About the classics witu Prot MlltAit TV 1T... .,1. Meeting Prof. M. "V. Humphreys on .. . 1" tne streets a day or so ago, a repre sentative or the statesman stop ped him for a few moments to enquire about the progress of the university and hia own departnent in particular. Has there been any improvement over last session, asked the reporter'? I think there is some improvement in the preparation for classical study over last year, responded the professor, par ticularly in Latin. There are very few students pursuing Greek. The main trouble in regard to the latter language is, that a great many young men and girls too, perhaps, who would like to learn it have nobody to give mem instruction, it is scarcely my province to teach beginners, though l am satisfied that if the elementary tuning in this study coulld be had, a liuge class in Greek could easily be formed. Does not the present tendency of studying the sciences, or those branches which presumably have a...

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. — 16 October 1884

) -i A District and County Democrat!: . Ticket. " For Conijress, Tenth District JOS.. D. SAYEliS. State Senatp. GEO. V. GLAttt-COCK. For Representatives. E. T. MOOltE. FELIX E. SMIT1L District .Tud?e. . A. S. WALKER. ' District Attornev. J. 11. KOBEUTSON. " District Clerk. . "J AS. 1'. HART. . County Judge, Z. T. FULMORE. County Attorney. F. G. MORRIS. County Clerk. FKAJJK BROWN. Sheriff. M. 1L HORNSBY. County Surveyor. JOHN E. CAMi'JiELL. County Treasurer. A. J. JERNIGAN. County Assessor. . . Tax Collector. M. II. McINNIS. Hide Inspector. R, S. CAPERTON. Public Weiftlier. JOSEPH BARN HART. Justices, Precinct No. 3. WM. VON ROSENBERG, Jiu I. 0. SAN DEL. Constable. A. J. THORP. County Commissioner, Precinct No. I J. W. BROWN, Precinct No. 2. E. CHRISTIAN. Precinct No. 3. . D. C. FACE. County Conunisstoner, Precl net No.'4 1. J. 11UUD1U11. Independent Ticket. ' For District Judire. A. S. WALKER. . Senator 24th District. . JOHN T. 11AYNES. District Clerk. JAS. P. HART. District Attorne...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 October 1884

J 1 ( i r" : LAND DEALERS -AND- GErrL AGENTS AUSTIN, TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and i'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. jnd3 Bought and Sold. 1 -itents Obtained. Taxes raid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Mada Prompt attention to all businew. General Land Office and other State Uepartments. Correspondence Kyiic itod. Protection. No such protective against chills and fever ana oiner diseases i a malarial type exists as Uostetler's StonuicU Hitters. It rel.evet con stipation, liver (iisoiders, rheumatism, kidney and bbulcler ailments with certainty and iromititud. A liane, as firai if ylns as it is itnniilete, soon takes place in tiie appearance, as weil as the seusatton, ol the wan and IiaR ard Invalid wlio uses this standard promoter of health nd strength. For sale by all tlruujjlsts and dealerj cenerally. Qhcir and Sip Class Books. CHORAL YORSHlPi By L.O.EMEB30N. No better provision for the needs of choirs lias for a long tune been furnisiied. A noble coll...

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. — 23 October 1884

i I ! ) I Announcements. For Conprnw. i IRK BTATKSMAN IS AUTHORIZED TO nmmuee Major Jos. D. Sayers as a candidate orl'omrress from the loth congressional ois .rlct. subject to the action of the democratic vonveutiouat New Erauufels, Autfust 14th I SVK AriS AUTHOKIZED TO ANNOUNCE ''. W. O'asscock as a candidate for State Senator from the 24th senatorial district, om i) wed of Travis, Williamson and Burnet couu- res. - ; j FF.UX E. SMITH ATTHOBIZK3 THE Sta t ksm an to announce him as a candidate :or the Nineteenth legislature ot Texas. jfor District Attorney. 1 l IIEKKRY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A 'candidate for the offlce of District Attorney. ("of lbe2.h Judicial district, composed of 1 no nuntles of Travis and Williamson, (now the livin district) subject to the action of a demo oratlc convention. Jamks H. Kobbbtbon. For County Attorney i WE AKE AUTHOKIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mk F.O. Morris as a candidate for County Attorney of Travis county. for lumper-tar of If Men nd Aalmals WK ARE AUTHORIZED ...

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. — 23 October 1884

.J: 4 r WASTED ELOQUENCE. A Slim Catherine Under the Gu Light Greets the Stralchtont O ni ton Last Night. It was a queer n.eeliag, that of Kor . ton & Co. last night. There were no 4 glowing torchliKbts, no beating ot ' drums or Btrains of martial music, no yells of applause from enthusiastic adherents, In fact oily 150 or 200 people were assemlled altogether, and over half of those were democrats, who, prompted by curiosity, had turn ed out to listen to what these oponents of Simon pure republicism might have to say. Calling the assemblage to order. Dr. W. C. Philips in a brief talk, introduced the Hon. A. B. -Norton, the STRAIGHT-OUT CANDIDATE of the republican party tor the office of governor of Texas. An odder looking candidate for so exalted a place, perhana, was never seen. Long allowing locks that "father time" has bleached to a silvery whiteness, give to the old- man a venerable, patri- . archial look that was strangely at war with his grotesque, puerile manner, that at ...

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. — 23 October 1884

District and County Dereocratls Ticket. ' For Congress, Tenth District. JOS. 1). SAYEltJS. State Senate. GEO. W. GLASSCOCK. For Representatives. E. T. MOOltE. FELIX E. SMITH. JUiitrict Judsra A. S. WALKER. District Attorney. J. H. KOBERTSON. District Clerk. JAS. 1. HART. County Judire. Z. T. FULMORE. Connty Attorney. F. G. HORRIS. County Clerk. FRANK BROWN. ' Sheriff. M. M. UORNSBY. County Surveyor. JOHN E. CAMFBELL. County Treasurer. A. J.JERN1GAN. County Assessor. . Tax Collector. M. M.MOINNIS. Hide Inspector. H. S.OAFERION. Public Weigher. JOSEPH BAKNUART. " Justices, Precinct No. 3. WM. VON ROSENBERG, Jr. D. C. SAN DEL. Constable. A. J. THORP. County Commissioner, Precinct No. I J. W. liltUVVJN, Precinct .No. 2. E. CHRISTIAN. Precinct No. 3. D. C. PACE. County Commissioner, Precinct No. 4 T. J. HOUSTON. Independent Ticket. For District Juctee, A. S. WALKER. Senator 24th District. JOHN T. HAYNES. District Clerk. JAS. P. HART. District Attorney. BINGHAlt TRIGG. Representatives. E....

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. — 30 October 1884

j 1;; MaikBrsi.fi Mir m: LAUD DEALERS -AND- GEH'L AGENTS AUSTIN. TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land Certificate.!. Examine and i'ei-fect Titlea, Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes raid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all business General Land Office and other t'Mte Departments. Correspondence .Solic ited. STOMACH Protection. No such protective iipalnst chills and ferer and other olseases I a initiiirlal type exists m 1; atelier's Stomach Hitters. It reKeves con siipatlon. liver rtiso.ders, rlieuinatKin, kidney i.nil blander ailments with certainty and pimiititud-. Alliance, as gratifying as it Is '.uinpli'te, soon takes place In the apiiearanco, as well as ihe seu-atto. of the wan and hag Ki.rd Invalid who uses this standard promoter oi nn ,ua ana siren(.-in For salo by all druciflsts and dealers f euerally. l: and Mm Class Books. CHORAL WORSHIP, uauW No'belter provision for the needs o? choirs has for a long tune been furnished. ...

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. — 30 October 1884

- ,1 . Announcements. For Consrreu. THE STATESMAN 13 AUTHORIZED TO announce Major Jos. D. Bayers as a candidate lortongress from the loth congressional dis trict, subject to the action of the democratic convention at Now Brauntels, August ma WK AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE ieo. W. GlasMuck as a candidate lor State Bnator tmra the 24th senatorial district, conv p wed of Travis, Williamson and Burnet coun ties. FELIX" E. SMITH ATTIIOKIZK8 THE Btatfsman toannounce him as a candidate tor the Nineteenth leglslatiireotjrexas. Kor District Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A irniwiifnrtiinfimol District Attorney, of the 26. h judicial district. comosed o( the enmities of Travis anil Williamson, (now the 16h district) subject to the action or a aemo eratlc convention. Jambs U. Rohkrtsov. Kor I'dHMty Attorney - WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mr K. fi. Morris as a candidate for County Attorney 01 Travis county. sY"jr Inspector of Hide and Anim aln Hi WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOU MCE lr. K. 8. ...

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. — 30 October 1884

.STATE DfcPAKTMEJNTS.' j t ! - Owlni? to the absence of nearly all j f ui uio ueaus oi me various depart-! inents of the government, very little of interest; is transpiring, though the clerks are kept busy with the ordin ary routine work. 1 The Houston, East & "West Texas fllailroad company has sent in its au Jnual report which shows that the in debtedness of the road amounts to $1,204,809; total earnings, 8303,404; net gains. 3ib8,ui against Z3i,uuu last ytar. The sum of 86,000 was paid out on school certificates for Colorado coun ty, and 8781 for the city schools of Palestine, The assessment rolls of all the . connties, except four, have been sent in to the comptroller. The appropriations for payment of sheriffs, district clerks, tax collectors and other state officials i3 entirely ex hausted and henceforth they will have to be content with certificates Instead of the cash. jxo regarua trie taw iuai peruana iiu one but a public weigher to weigh produce unless by special reques...

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. — 30 October 1884

; DOMESTIC 2TOTES. Happenings and Kvmts Condcnwu from the Week's Press Dispatches. The American nunne Association metta at Pittsburg, x'u, November 19. Adams express ofiice, at 'Woon socket, 11. I, was robbed of S16.C0O in bonds and money on the 21st. Gen. Hazen.of the United States signal service, has made his annual report, in whW-h he praises the in creasing uselulness of the service. John Atkinson, of the firm of At kinson, Davits & Co., of Chicago, is fihargred with ernbe zling 8200.000 of the firm's money in epeculatioj. A three month's drouth was ended at Atlanta, (i a., on the 2ist,bya heavy rain. At Hunter's f omt, L. I., last week, Patrick Kearnan was convicted of murder in the iirst degree for killiDg Peter McCormick. B. D. Cooke & Co, Washington banke.s, failed for S150.0CO. At Galesbur?, III., en the 23rd, Frank Avery fell dead on the steps cf a hotel. - Gould has got hold of the Oregon Railway arid .Navigation company. Last week the Tennessee railroad bond ca?o...

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. — 6 November 1884

rr. J. i; - i : 1 -? ' r 'i . I. LAN DDL ALE RS uu'L ACEWTS, AUSTIN, TEXAS. ' Buy and Soil Lane Certificate. Examlnt :imi Perfect Titles. J kinds Kxkis inert K" Divided. . Lands Bought arni ;:d Sold. J "ateuta Obtained. Taxes Paid. Jit&Ia I.eiieeoied. J nvc.""tn icnts Made. iTis p", mention to all business In CearULand oilice and other State De irtments. Correspondence Solicited .... r-rsl r3 CELEBRATED sti'tter's Htoninch Milters Is a fine blood ;!!. '!rrnt. a rational eatliart c. and a suoerb :i:.ti-hiliou specific. It rallies t'te fallen en--n;iei of the debilitated, and cliccksiprenia lurs decay. Fever and ague, billlous reniit- UMjf, uyiep-iu ;u.u nowei eo.PDiamis are ainoiiK the evils which it ,-iitirely removes. In tropical countries, where the liver and bowels are organs most unfavorably 'affected by the combined iiifin-nc6 of climate, diet and water. 31 is a very necessary saieguaru. ror sale oy ail aruggisis auu aeaiers generally. ii? and Singing Cb Books. CHORM. WORSH...

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. — 6 November 1884

THE STATESMAN. ACSTIN, TEXAS. KATKS OF SDIISCRIPTIO:. Weekly Statesman, ll.no per annum, Invaria- All papers will be stopped when the tenn of siilwcripllon expires, unlcssotherwise ordered. Parties chaining their address are rcqui-slcd to tlve the old as well us the new addn-sa. "statesman PUBLISHING CO., WM. T. GAINES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBKIl 6, 1884. The president has ordered that a public square in Washington be named after the late Mr. Folger. Dr. Desciiaiips says the scarlet fe ver microbes may be easily killed by the new chemical, thymol. Foreign syndicates and capitalists now own nearly 30,000 square miles of territory in this country. The vote of Texas for Ilancock was 156,428; for Garfield 57,8J)3; Weaver 27,405. It is predicted the vote for Cleveland will go to 175,000. Bradlauii again presented him self at the opening of parliament, to be again ejected. lie will have to undergo conversion to make himself stick. The passengers and crew of the German steamer Maasdam had a nar r...

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. — 6 November 1884

STATU JHJPAKTM ISM'S The Texarknna Foundry and Ma chine works with a capital of $100,000 has tiled a charier. The sum of 53,000 was deposited yesterd ty to the general revenue fund, uompirc ner fcwain has returned from a trip to Brown and Coleman counties, lie reports a dull state of affurs intb- west, especially in re gard to tie toek interests, the range Hieing viry )oor. cattle in bad condi tion and no buyers ia the country. Mr. C. S. Harlee, of the land board, is occupying the position of chief clerk in the department of insurance, stal islics and history, made vacant by the tltMth of the late Mr. John W. h i windells. The appointment is con- jMierea a gooa one as the gentleman iurmerlj occupied the same ploce and is well qualified for the duties of the oiTiee. The Merrimac Land and "Water Company, of Seguin, capital $50,000, has been chartered. Eighteen railroads, operating in this state, have stnt in their annual re ports to the comptroller's tllice, leav ing twenty-six that 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. — 6 November 1884

J COMPLETE RETURNS OF THE VOTE CAST 15 TEE VARIOUS WAEDS OF AUSTIN. Cold Day for tlie Republic ans and Independents In the Capital Counts'. The count of the vote polled in this citv was concluded yesterday evening about 4 o'clock. Couipelte returns arc appended : FIRST WARD. Total vote, 256. Cleveland, 137; Blaine, 109; Ireland, 120; Jones, 120; orton, 9; (Jiltbs, 159; Sayers. 138; Hector, 104; Glasscock, 155; llayn:-, 81; Moore, 133; Smith, 137; Loe, 127; Walker, 241; Kobertson, 133; Trigg, 107; Hurt, 245; Fullmore, 239; F. U Morris. 151; Kent. 87; .brown, 179; lliiluian, 62; Ilorcaby. 182; Kings Miry, 57; Jernigan, 244; Metz, 197; Mclnnis, 70; Morris, 171; Xolan, 1; Campbell, 149; Caperton, 120; Warren, 111; Barnhardt, 139; Hamilton, 82; Singleton, 15; Christian, 161; Von Korsenberfc, 94; Sandel, 53; Tegtner, 120; Turnell, 122; Thorp, 94; Hopkins, 123. SECOND WARD. Total vote. 227. Cleveland, 165; IJiiine, 57; Ireland, 152; Jones, 61; .Norton, 4; Gibbs, 178: Haynes, 8; vote on oth...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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