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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 November 1885

1 ,. 1. SKIN I BLOOD Diseases from Pimples to Scrofula Cured by Cuticura. Hundreds of letters in our possession, copies I which may bo had by return or mail, reeat tuls story:! have be n a terrible mitferf r for years from Diseases of the Skin and lilixxl ;have teen obliged to shun public places by reason of my dlsfl gurlng humors; have had the best physicians; have sp-nt hundreds of dollars, and trot no relief until I used the Cuticura Remedies, which have cured ine, and left my skin and blood as pure as a child's. ;OVKREl WiTH MA IT KlltCim. Cuticura Keinedlex are the greatest medi cines on earth. Had the worst case of Salt Rheum In this country. My mother had It twenty j- ars. and In fact died from it. I be lieve Cuticura would have savrd her 1 if i- My arms breast and head were covered for three years, which nothing relieved or cured un til i used the Cuticura Resolvent, internally, and Cuticura and rutxura Soap, externally. Mcwakk, O. J. W. ADA MS. a EA 1, FACE AND BODY RAW. 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. — 5 November 1885

UISPA1KTAI12MT NOTES j Jknlljr Uolnes lnaud Around the State Departments. LAND BOARD. Therfctipts yesterday was $3,014.45 from salts and leases. The very e llicient clerks ia thia de partment were busy yesterday, fixing: up matters and things for the regular monthly meeting of the board to-day. Although Mr. Gibson, one of Secretary Lawrence's a sistants, has been down with the dengue several days, every thing will be in coed shape lor the meeting of the board. Fifty-one section applications were received by Secretary .Lawrence, Including one from L. T. Miller for 25,000 acres in Greer county. Mr. W. T. Gws, one of the gniss commissioners, sunt out by the state, has rendered his report to the board. which cxn not be made public till action by the board. The territory marked out for Mr. Ga3s included twenty counties in the extreme . top of the Panhandle, comprising, among other?, Wilnarger, Wichita, iiardeman. nartiy, uiiiam, "Wheeler, Ilemphill.Itandall and II ins ford. Though his re...

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. — 5 November 1885

TV r s TEXAS NEWS. MA8KED SAFE EOBBES EXPERTS SUCCESSFULLY EflTEE SAB AUTOS 10 SATE. A Arrival of Steamship lloli nzol le n at Galveston from tier many with Imm.itrra.tils An Express War at Dallas and its Result fn Bringing Down Charges. A Grayson County Man, Charged with a Horrible Crime, Skips to the Territory. " House Burned. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Beheookrhoff, October 30. -A bouse, with Its entire contents, was yesterday oa the J N. Me wart farm, ored family occupied It, but they were rented burned A col absent lire is at the time and lost everything. Th thought to b e the work of an incendiary. Big Cattle Sale. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Dallas. October 30. Mes rs.Civlne& Jones, of the Live Stock Exchange, sold yesterday to Messrs. Miller & Furlong, of New Mexico, 6,000 one and two year old heifers, for breed ing purposes. I he lot was shipped yesterday Irom wells' Point. Mr. M. Capman, a prom inent cattleman of Demtng, N. M., is In the city, lookin...

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. — 5 November 1885

Y jr f - Wonder what the average Virgi nia negro thinks of that blatherskrite, John Sherman? L.ooKd like the Servians and Bul garians are about to corns to a collision 01 the f rontitra. "When the leivea beia to turn. sinars the poet. Well, what of it They are turning now; what's going to hap pen? Who will give $100 to start a sub scription to bu'ld a depot for our rail roads at Austin? Dou't all speak at once ! Cincinnati ia getting on her good behavior. The I aw and Urder league are trying to close ihe theatres on Sundays. The German elections have taken place, and oae result is, Via govern ment party has failed to secure abso lute control of the parliament. Governor Ireland's letter to Bayard shows the Mexicans need not try to pull the wool over the eyes of the Texas executive, in quarantine matters, at least. There is now a fine chance in Montreal for philanthropists to ex pend their money. The destitution in - that city, this winte , on account of small-pox, it is said, will be...

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. — 12 November 1885

OH! MY BAG! rj strain or cold attack that weak b:i i and nearly prostrates you. i4lf UlVK jmmw mm- IcHal 11 1SI Is AUSTIN EEK THE BESTTQMIC H rt npihcnn the Mnacles, . 8tdl.n the Werven, Enriches the Blood, Give New Vapor. Db J. L. Mtxbs, Fairfield, Iowa, gay- "Brown's Iron Bitter Ih the bent Iron rondicinf I have known in my 3u years' practice. I have fonw. It Hiiecially bfineticiiU in nervous or physical eilinii, lion, and in all dehilitatinc nilments that bear m heavily on the syatem.Use It freely in my own family." Uenuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tak:: no other. Made only by ItKOYVN CIIKMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, MD. Ladies' IIanu Book rueful and attractive, con taining list of prizes for recipes information about coins, etc., (river, aivny by all diialers In medicine, or mnllog to any addreas ou receipt of 2c. stamp. Powers, CM Pitt I'd 8AW MI1-L. Horse LntrlJKbi). Clover Hullo Suited to all sections. Write fo ree Illustra ted pamphlet and Drices, to th Ault...

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. — 12 November 1885

n. r anvpniH'i: charge ol tne city IUK STATESMAN, es of changes given , will have prompt requested to not if j e not allowed to sell I1 hscih tr noa i)BrIptloc to Daily i -.;r,'.nrii. ii dhih in ;lVilui;B....ii,.1Ju jje" ttuuiu... - .,v.iiiu vn1s spr.t Irfcfi on arm lcauon. Address STATESMAN PULLISUINU CO. Wm. P. Gaines, President and Manager Calvin Sattebij-d;ld, Peyton Bitowy, Vice-lYesicJent. Secretary THURSDAY .NOVEMBER 12.1&36. A theatrical reporter is generally in a critical c mdition. Courier Jour nal. Worse than that. lie is in a criti cal dram-at-i-call condition. HiGGixd, the appointment clerk in the treasury, in going down the ele vator in the department a few days since, seriously admitted that ne had not told the truth since he had been m thft deriartment. and he might have added, since his earliest recollection, The Western and Southwestern railroads terminating at St. Louis have made a rate of one fare for the round trip to St. Louis during the convention of the N...

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. — 12 November 1885

TORTURES AND BLOOD HUMORS II HUMILIATING Eruptions. ItculQK and Burning skin Tortures, Loathsome Sore, and every suectes of Itching, Mealy, Pimply, Inherited, Scroiulous and Coutageois Diseases OI 1118 UIOOU, DKin HUH fTCtip, nitu uin vi Hair, from infancy to old awe. are positively cured by Cuticura, the KWat Skin Cure. and Cutlcura Hotp, the exqusslte Skin li-autifler, externally, and iitlcura Kesolvent, the new Blood .Purifier, internally, COVEHF1' with mores. 1 have been aftlictcd since last, Ma-ch with a skin disease the do'ilors called Eczema. My face was covered with scabs and sores, and the Itching and bnrnlnjj wre r"" ' unbearable. Seeing your t;uiicura Kem x.t so highly rec ommended, concluded to give them a trtal.using the Or leura and Cutlcura Soaoexternallv, and Insolvent internally, f-r four months. I call myself cured, In grat tude lor which I mnko Luis public sta ement. Mrs. CLAKA. A. I'KEDERICK. Broad Brook, Couu. KCAI.Pi FACK, EARS AND ECK. I was afflicted with Ecz...

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. — 12 November 1885

J " r" T n ration, SB. THE the general mil supply of cy maps, at si.iw r ia uanetl counties: ngeliija, Atascosa, AU3- iastrop, jiee, li 11, uex- lowi Brazoria. Callahan, Utee. Clay. Coleman, Collin, Jaanehe, tjoncno, cryeii. feWitt, Dimmit, Duval, lis. Jiocinal, Jirath, J ay- ettet jnr, r no, Udiveaion, uiues nie. (loliadTGoozales. Guadalupe, II r- ris. Harrison. Haskell. Hays, Hood, Hunt. Jack. Jackson. Jasper, JeiTer son. Jones. Karnes. Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Knox, I.imar, Lam pasas. .Lavaca, L.eon, LADerty, .uiv Oak. Llano. Mason. Mataeroraa, Ma erick, McLennan, McMullen, Medina, Menard, Milam, Montgomery, Nacog doches, Navarro, Nolan, Nueces, Palo Pinto, Panola, Polk. Had lllver, lief u gio, ltunnels, San Augustine, San Ja cinto, San Patricio, San Siba, Shackel ford, Shelby. Smith, Stephens, Taylor, Throckmorton, Trinity, Tyler, Up shur, Van Zandt, Victoria, Wharton, Williamson, Wise, Young, Zivala. Lithograph mapj of the following named counties are sold at iilty cents ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 November 1885

n. 1 nm&iriicEirc rmryiar cue this peation nnarlr evry una ntMta iik. w.mA fcrt o( Uinio. I ItO.N entjni into slmoet every phy lioian's prescription fur tiiuee who need building up. r T BEST TONIC. ior Wenknews T.nKMrnde, T.nrk of :npry, Ac, it HAS NO r.OrAI and i the only Iron medicine that m not iujuriouM. t I'nrichrH tbo ISInori, In vit-oriiten the J"fm- l(etoren A-lit-,AidH UiKCutiou It does not blacken or in jure the teeth, cause heed. aclier.r produce constipation oilier Iron mi 'lieinca tio Dn. O. IT BmKi.r.T, a leading physician cf KprimrfieM. O.. nays: "Brown's Iron Bitter is a thoroughly (rod medi cine. I nse it in my practice, and rind its action exwti all or her formH of iron. In weakness, or a lew condition of the eyntem, Brown's Iron Bitters is usually a positive neceeni'.y. It is all that in claimed fur it." Genuine h.m trade mark and crowd red lines on wrapier. Tnke no ntlirr. Made only by II It OH .V IIKMM ALIO., ItAITIMOKK.MI). Lathes' Hand Book nseful and attr...

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. — 19 November 1885

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. fDIB nHDCD rnavrofouridonfliat op-Wiring- Burma (10 Spni-e Bt-V J"?,' Hmtrac'u may lK) mau'o for It. IN tW 01i-- MR. F. A. Bcott is In charge ot the city ibscriptlon department oITuk Statesman, Hnd all complaints or notices ol changes giveD to him, or left at this ilLce, will have prompl attention. Subscribers v. ho do not receive yheir paper regularly are requested to notify tue fflce. Carrier-boys are not allowed to sell papers. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Bate of Subscription to Daily i Dally, per annum, if paid in advance.... $10.00 dm month 1.00 i riample copi Address STi iddII f ATKSJLAN PUBLISHING UO. Wm. P. Gaines, President and Manager Calvin Sattkrfiklo, Peyton Bkown, Vice-President. Secretary THURSDAY KUVKMBER 19,1885 THE STANDARD DOLL-IK. There does not seem to be any con troversy, as between the bimetalists and the advocates ot the gold standard, as to the bad policy of issuing any more silver dollars until some treaty can be made with England ...

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. — 19 November 1885

SB TORTURES AND BLOOD HUMORS TTirMILTATIJfO EruDtlnns. Itching and -li Burnini; skin Tortures, loathsome Sores, find everv snwies of Itehinir. hcalv. I'lmply. Inherited, Scrofulous and Coutagfoi.s DlseastB ol the Blood, Skin and Scalp, with lss fit Hair, from infancy to old ae. are positively cured by Cutlcura, the sreat Kkln Cure, and Cutlcura Soap, the exqussite Skin Uenutliier, externally, and I uticura Kesolveut, the new lilood l'urlller, internally, COVKEEU WITH HOKES4. 1 have been afllicted since last March with a Bkln disease the doctors called Kczema. My iace was covered with scabs and sores, and the Itching and burning wore almost unbearable. HeelnK your Cutlcura Remedies sohiKhly rec ommended, concluded to give them atrlal.uslng the Cui icura and Cuticura Soap externally, and Itesolvent internallyrfor four months. I call myseI cured, in gratitude lor which I make this public sla emeiit. Mrs. CLARA A. FKEDEBICK. Broad Brook, Conn. MCALP, FACR, EARS AND KECK. I was afflicted...

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. — 19 November 1885

GOVERNMENTAL. EEPOBTOBU1. ROUNDS AMOiiG THE "DEPAETMEBT3. tJOM rTROLLEB'S DEPARTMENT . . Tne following tabulated statement shows the number of liquor dealers in this state for the vear ending J une 30. 1884; also for year ending June 30, 1885, and amount of tax paid for same time, giving comparisons: Total number dealers, 18S4 .. 1.57-2 Tax Dald.. ..$ 471,fiOO Total number dealers, 18S T&x paid.-..... ' 1 Jeer'ase 1,351 ...$ 405,300 .. b6,3O0 Tax paid $16,500 Number wholesaw uemers. Number wholesale dealers, 1885.. 35 Tax paid is I )oCIflUM3 Number beer dealers, last Tax paid - 10,500 6,003 S40 42,000 Numlxjr beer dealers, lata. Tax paid 9 40,400 uecrea.se.......- - Number quart dealers, 181...... .... Tax paid - 9 Number quart dealer, 1885.., Tax paid $ Number billiard 'tables, litsi. Tax paid - I Number biUiard tables, 1H85 Tax paid .1 Decrease 1,000 4 oe.K.'o 70,400 20.400 1.121 32,420 980 3,540 Total amount decrease ? 103,880 This falling off may be attributed to the, local ...

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. — 19 November 1885

: GALVESTON COHTBI xlONS CONTLKUE COME FEOM ALL PAETS OF THE OOUHTBY. TO The City Council Kesolves that tb.lD.gle and Combustible ltools Must Go. How the 141? Game Between fclosaon and Vlffnaux at Chicago Went. The President to Recommend to Congress a number of lie forms la Treasury . Galveston, November 20 Contributions for the benefit ot fire sutferers almost touched the hundred thousand dollar mark to-day, looting up the snug sum of 898,120 to- aht, of wbicu $79,094 has been paid in, and ,663 paid out to 735 recipients, who represent ween 2,500 and 3,000 individuals. The Masons of the c'ty Issued an appeal for aid to-day, as follows : Masonic TKMi'LE.Gilveston November 2'1. To the Masonic fraternity: On the 13th of this month a large portion of Galveston, compris ing mainly residences and tenement houses, was laid In ruins by one of the most destruct ive conflatrations that ever has vlsit-d an American city. It has been estimated that ovr Ave hundred houses were destroyed and nea...

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. — 19 November 1885

One of Prince Alexander's aids was killed, in Thursday's battle. But the gallant prince bore a charmed life amid the smoke of battle. Fort Worth is pretty well posted. It has two postmasters, a full supply of hitching posts, and yesterday it held two post mortems. The Gazette reports another paper coming to Fort Worth, and asks if that city is going to become a journal istic metropolis too? Do you mean to say Dallas is already ? A handfull of Texas cow-boy- could have whipped back the whole Servian army at Dragoinan pass. But the Bulgarians have lost the opportu nity of makincr a second edition of Thermopylae Intiie battle of Slivinitza Prince Alexander showed distinguished sal- Ian figt try, ridiner in the thickest of the fight. Such an example may inspire the Bulgarians to win success and drive back the invaders. It has been a funny war so far. To v i nn .wruiriH hi h rai rv i iilt rvtri v- thing before them and the Bulgarians are disastrously routed. To-morrow the Bulgarians are ...

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. — 26 November 1885

7 ox 374 0SS( Swan' hi ""1 i.'.' iters tlie system from unkuo-i emuaes, t all ncaaunii. Slitter th NerrM, Impair Digextiou, r.r EnfecblM the Sascli. BEST TONIC li iirklr andoompMely curwi.Ialiiriii,ind( hill: nd Fevrrn. ror Intermittent Irrr, I n f ituJe, Lack of Knersy, it bnx no equal. I .nriobea nd purifinatbe blood, Mimulatas tho an petite, and trerurthenn tho muwclwi and nervot It doe not injure the teeth, cause hoadurlm, o Produce combination alt other Ir'm miiri;t i'i. I'ATBr.H T. J. Keh.lt. the patriotic and ech-ilar' Citholic Uivmn, of Arkansas. Hays: "i hae used Brown' Iron Bitters with Mm jrrei-.t Qft i Inaction for Malaria, and ax a preventive t 'hill and like diaeaaea. and will always keep it :r band a a ready friend." (itinuinehaSahoTe trade mark and crnwvd red r,n wrapper. Tpke no other. Murtn nl7 iiv DKOW.N rnKMjCALt )., KAI. I IMKK, M : i.adikh- fiANu book omrm ami mtrne'ivu tainiiiff lit of pnzea for recipes, inforwition coins, etc., (riren away by all dealers in m...

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. — 26 November 1885

THE STATESMAN. AL'STl.N. 1 EX AS UtG DmCD mar bo found on fllo at Gp.P. 5 tllO rArCIf Howell Cos Newspaper Ail WIMntr Bureau (10 Spruce St.), where adwrtlatavj -ootrutti may lo niaiio for lr. IN NEW VOUii HH.F. A. Scott Js In chan.'e of the clly . s ibscriptlon department ot Ihk Statesman, uid nil complaints or notl-es of cliaugi-3 given o him, or left at tUI Mlice, will have proinul alMitloii. Subscribers ho do not receive i-Uelr paper rosulariy are requested to notify tue tllc. C'arrler-bcys are not allowed t' sell t'.Alf.i OK bliUSCRIF no? lialfn at :u(i.ripCion to Daily ; ,l!y. I r,r atijum, il paid m aUvai)ae....J10.00 i'K -iiucta l.oo r-fiioplo copl'jM er;t free on nppilcsiMoo. AKrt-sr, STA 1'K.srdAN I'liiii.iaUlMi CO. W'M. 1. tiAINKH, 1'resldeut and M iiia:.-iv I.ALVIX SAlTKItrlKLIr, fKVKj.V RliOWN, ViCrt-rYt-sidi'iit. Secretary T.'XUSUAY ftUVKMIilCrtan, I85. Thk new press of Tun Statesman hus been received, anil we wil' issue the lirbl number ol' the eigut age Daily Statesma...

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. — 26 November 1885

y CJORTURES JlOOD HUMORS 1 I TUMILIA.1 Eruptions, Itching ami Hurninit HkKi Tortwes. l,iatusom sorv. ..vuiwlMn( iK-hintr. hcalv. Plniltly. Inherited, ScrofcJons nnd CoutageotS Diseases of tha Blood. Skin and Scalp, with Loss of Hair, from Infancy to old ae. are positively cured by cutlcura, the ureat Skin Cure, jnd Cutlcura Hep. the exqusslte Skin Beautifier. .Ttrnaiiw. and uticura Resolvent, the new Blood Purifier, internally, rOTABEU Willi WORE I have been aflitcted since last March with a skin disease the doctors called Eczema. My face wai covered with scabs and sores, and the hn-nlnlfluMI u1mrit. 1 1 f 1 1 IHRrXCll A. BreinK your u'icuia K-nidis so highly rec ommended. concludrd to give thetn a trial.tislne the Cu icura and Cutlcura Son - ruallv, and Resolvent internally, for foui ......uns. I call mTHe'f cured, in gratitude tor which I make this public sta ement. T.,.Tf.ir Mrs.CL.AKA A. FREDERICK. Broad Brook, Couu. fcCALP, FACE. EARS AND NECK. I was afflicted with Eczemaon the...

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. — 26 November 1885

7 THE LAND BOARD GENERAL Mc0ULL00fl'3 VIEWS AS TO THE LAND PEOiiLEM. 27 uw Legislation, or tlia Kanjjers i'uggiisted Its Solution. Use lor of Strong Expressions ot Op'uiiou From Various Members I of the Board. NO DEFINITE ACTION TAKEN. Thore a piotraeied session of . the Sat. land board yesterday t'ore , noon, and another in the evening, tor 'vthe purpose of hearing the views of the t'rej grasj commissioner i :is to the situi',ion of the state's J a al af fair. The inquiry was optned by Ismd -OoiumUsion t Wals'i askiag OKN. 1 1 EN U Y M'CULLC'CII. the lirst ooumiii-sioner examined, whether, with the present local tlH cers, the state could tHecUialiy en force the land enclosure act. McCullooh I don't think w stand any chance at ail. (Tobwain.) it will be hard to pas3 a general law that will remedy the evil 3. The power of the board to do so under ,iho present law is vry questionable, even with military force, by men who have re gard for the law. At the same time, I say, the experimen...

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. — 3 December 1885

weekly : te anJ r It.: rrn VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. NO. 11 AUS IN ) f r r y t- T 1 t YELLOW JACK. TWO CASES IN Till: HOSPI TAL AT GAL VESTON. ANOTIIEIl NOltTII-TEXAS ELOPE MENT PROHIBITION DEFEATED. PROHIBITION KICKED. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Rrkxhah. December 2. Prohibition was de to feated in thia county to-day by no less than one. ten GALVESTON MARINE. . Special Telegram to The Statesman. Galveston, December 2. Arrived: BarkBoud- erveren, Liverpool, August Loeffler, Demarara. Bailed: Steamship Lampasas, New York; bark - Speeranza, Leih; brig Vera, Cork. SPLICED AT LAST. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Fort WtBrn, December 2. Another couple of runaways were married in the nation to-day. The groom was a young man, aged twenty, named J. II. Taylor, and the bride Miss llelen Ilurtianth. They hau from near Greenville. In conversation with a Gazette reporter M r. Taylor stated that this was the third trial before making good their escape. The Ke...

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. — 3 December 1885

f f J X AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. DUST TO DUST. t, OSIXG FUNERAL CERE MONIES OF TIIK LATE VI CK-PRESIDEXT. HONORS PAID TO TOE DISTIX GUISIIEO IAKI IMPRESSIVE SCEXES AT THE GRAVE. Ivdiaxapolis, December 1. The mortal remains f Thomas Hendricks were conveyed to the tomb o-day. The event was made memorable by the presence of a tremendous concourse of people from all parts of the nation to witness the simple rites which preceded their interment. A wintry eaden sky and thick atmosphere prevailed during he early hours. A heavv fog hung over the city, when day broke, but as tfie hours wore on lifted somewhat. The chief structures of the city were hidden in folds of black drapery. The life of the city was entirely suspended. The clergy, without respect to 6ect, joined in the observances. The bells of all churches tolled a requiem. The early morning trains on all the railroads brought delega tions from the national capital and all leading cities of the union, toget...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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