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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 March 1886

AUSTLN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 11 1886. ;'I BENMSSWCE IN DRESS. I) -- FASHIONED IDEAS COMING ONCE MOKE TO THE FRONT. spuing and summer Materials painty colors-n eay fabric's and novelties in orna- mentation. From our own Correspondent. New Yobk February 26. The most notieeable thing in the early spring as in tho more elegant winter dresses is the ab- sence of drapery.. The prettiest ball and owning toilettes have been made with gkivts straight at the back even when they were short and the trains are al- vii vs plain though full. A leng dancing drf'fs is now seldom seen; never upon a young girl. Married ladies wear them sometimes because dancing with them i more incidental less of a business iu;;i a train emphasizes their married dig- nii But the short evening dresses have been unusually short this season and very delicate in color and material. Fire white water-blue yellowish-green shell-pink and fawn-brown have all been muoh used in happy conjunction with o I liar shades ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 March 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TBXAH. THURSDAY MARCH 11 WW IIATES OF 8UHSC1MPTIOS. DAILY. ur inonth JJ VLw month flixmontbi Twelve month! uou WEKKLT. Blx month . I -"J Twelvt month u" Imvabuult in Advakcb. Portage he to J1 pu t of United State and Canada. Rmlt by draft on Aoitln P. O. money order postal not ivRbterwi letter or expr tsamvle Copies tent free oa application. AlX PaPIB" DlMONTINlfD AT Till ElFIKATlOX or ma Tim Paid fob. Subscribe will please oteme the date on their wrapper!. finbacribers wlahlnf! address of paper changed will state In their application both the old and new address. MR. F. A. SCOTT Is In charge of the city sub- scription department of Tn Htatkbmak and all omplalnu or notices of changes elven to blm or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their pawr regu- larly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- boys are not allowed to sell papers. ADVERTISING KATES. Solid nonpariel the basis f meaeure aliout seven words to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. M AKCH It. 1 StfG. SPRING finds everybody feeling dull languid slug- gish; exactly in the condition to be vastly benefited by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla T.izzia W. DeYeau. 2C2 15th st.. 6tU avc. II Rmotlvn. N. T.. savs : "Every snrinar. for years I have had intolerable headaches and have suffered from total loss of energy. I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilla last March and have not since had a head ache ; my appctito is excellent and I am strong and vigorous." "As a spring medicine Ayer's Sarsaparilla has no equal" writes A. B. Nichols Cambridge Moss. Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio says: "I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla in my family for years. 1 have found it invaluable as a cure for Lumbago and general nervous debility caused by an inactive liver and a low state of the blood." E. J. Krause Wayvllle "Wis. writes : "The use of AYER'S. Sarsaparilla has cured me of Liver Complaint." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass. U. S. A. Sold by all ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 11.18S6. 6 WEEKLY STATESMAN For The Statesman. I.IKE THE WAVKS BY HEI.1.A rilKM'll SWIPHKIt. Thi day in dark; tlm pelting rain Boats hard aualnitt the. window pane In rytlim with tlie ceaaelewi roar Of wild waves breaking on tlm snore. Thf sighing winds the rain the sea Join la one w ild ! melodr. I watch. tl.e wave ax one by one Tuey rise and vanish from the sight; From tiny caps just seen then (.'one To billows with a veil of white That rise and we tln-y onward flow Id majHHtv and volume grow Till they have reached their greatest height; When comes a Hidden gleam of light They burnt and in the common wa Lone all of their Identity. Ho with mankind. We all are naves All restleas moving to our graves. Nome tiny caps so small so low We scarce make ri-lc in the flow Of life'! great tide. From caps how strange We 11 J to mighty billows range. And yet the same fate waits us all That wait the waves of yonder sea However ureal however small We all In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 March 1886

V I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 18S6. . 'SniiffiiRES IN CONGRESS. BONANZA KINGS MANU- FACTURERS RAILROAD PRESIDENTS AND BANKERS. SOME OF THE MEN WHO REQUIRE SEVEN OR EIGHT DIGITS TO EX- PRESS THEIR "WEALTH HOW THEY GOT SO MUCH AND WHAT THEY DO WITH IT. Special Correspondence of Tub Statesman. Washington March 4 1886. There are several men in the present congress whose wealth is estimated at millions though most of them are in the senate. For nearly a score of years past senatorial seats in some states have seemed to seek men of large fortune or at least a large fortune has been a great aid to men with senatorial aspirations in se- curing the object of their ambition. They say a man must be wealthy to afford a term of years in the senate with its in- cidental residence in Washington in a style consistent with the high honor and dignity of the office. Still a great many men of moderate fortune or no fortune at all are called to accept the responsi- bility and they get ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MARCH 111886. I f! 1 1 1 111 If hi it 8 i! I'i - M OVER THE RANGE. PERSONAL POINTS AND NEWSY Nl'(i- CiETS. DAILY HOUXl-t'l BY THE STATES- MAN'S TKAIL MAN. Grass in Iit-t; iiuiintr to rise. The cowboys now roam the prairies. A liigeiittlo trnde is nliout to bo consum- a'ud in thin city. About INUKfO.Oli) acres of free grass lands yet remain iinlcnsed in Texas The price of yearlings ami two year olds is on the rise wilh a linn market. Shimr Bros. ho!U 2(KH) head of 1 -year-old steers south Texan ranch delivery a' $i:i. There nr n good many steer twos in the country between tin I'eeos and Kl llHO. I'he Gol.a.l (Tux.) Guard says that S!l haH bo"ii refused for steer yearlings in it section. The f-'a i Miguel Jiive Slock association of New .Mexico will hold a special met ing at I.as Vegas March H. It taki'H nerve in a cattle-buyer to insist that young Hteers will go begging for buyers in Texas this spring. We learn that Mr. Ike Stevens lias Hold his inter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

1 N WE H VOL. XV AUSTIN TEXAS THUIiSDAY MAKCH KjyY STATESMAN. 18 1S86. Xj NO. 26 JLJK. s THE STRIKE. POSITION OF AFFAIRS OCT- SIDE THE STATE- 1IOX I iS REPLY TO STRIKERS. CO N CBHN I SU TE X A S PA( 1 EC- SITUATION FAV()K.VBt.i:. Issue with which we have nothing to do and which we cannoi possiiny armirate or control. The present strike continued Mr. Gould "originated in the discharge of an employe named Hall on the Texas Pacific which road in in the hands of the United States court. We have no more right to atU'inut to control the working ot that system than the workim m -n themselves and nuuiu w ao i-umpieieiy lucotupeivni 10 uo so as any outsider." I Regarding another aspect of the strike Mr. I Gould said: "The public may not be aware of it I hut the same 1 sue was raised when some men wore (discharged on the Wabash railway at the time MA I EMI.N I (II- LEI l.I Ll. 1.1. (. N Powderly chief of the executive committee of the ruuguta ot Labor called upi n me to secure the re instatem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

i -kubTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 181886. WASI1INGT0N. rUNKUAI CKKKMON'IKS OF TIIK LATE SKXATOK MIL- LEU IS TIIK SKXATK. . AKIFF TKSTIMOXV IIKIOKK THE C'OMMITTKH ON WAYS AND M KAN'S.. ONJItKSSlONAl- IMCOCKEIINS. llot'HK. Wakiiinutiin Marrli n.- linnii-dlHiely upon IM'inhlinK.ln inrnnHiiie (if an order made yexterihiv. Ine hnnee In a hodv pri-ieded by the Hiii-Rki-r anil cliHilnin. proceeded tn tin- wnate rhBiiiW to take part in tin- funeral len-inonii-H over (Iik remains of the lute Senator Miller of ( alafornia. I pmi re- turning from the m-nate ihainle-r Hif houe ad- journed. avasiiix(;tox xotks. TDK D1!AI HKNATOK. WAfliiiNiiTiiN. Marrli IH.-TIip remains of Senator .lilt-r will heemorted friim the family reeld-Tire ! tin i-jinitol hv a Hound of f-uliitftl liollre and a ... .... !. I I I....I.... Tin. iill 1... inul f'omilliui-i-oi uii-iom H-L'Jiill. l "r at the rapllol lV wnatora anil ri-iri-wntntlvi-8 ap- unlnleil to ai t ax nail hearerx. who will ewort them to the nenn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY.MARCH 181886. 3 TEXXS SfflE 2f L'MUEi: OF CONVICTS AN D rLACE OF CONFINE- MENT. GENERAL EEVIEW OK ALu LATE CHANGES. The report of Col. Goree superintend ent of the penitentiaries made to the board yesterday shows the following: Convicts received during the month of February: Williamson county 11; Upshur 1; Gon- zales 6; Johnson 10; Robertson 14; Ma rion 1; Shelby 1; DeWitt 1; Duval 6; Webb 4; Bell 8; Washington 1; Lime stone 1; Camp 1; Navarro 7; Bastrop 1; Bexar 18; Polk 1; Mitchell 3; Gregg 2; Cameron 2; Tyler 1; Lavaca 5; Harris 8; Denton 1; Rusk 2; and Sabine 2. Total '117. The number of discharges during the month was 5H. Number of pardons 8 as follows: L. D. O'Neal McGruder Chandler' Robert Tickle Bird Lawrence Fort Burton Ru- dolph Schmidt Sam Pitts mid Anacio ACosta. Number of deaths during the month 13 12 of whom died outside of the walls of the prison. locations; The convicts are located as follows. On farms 1186; on railroads 2!I0; Oat- ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. Al.'STlN TEXAS. TIIl'KSDAY. .MAM'H llt: 11ATKS OF HUHSCHIPTIOX. one month '.Xtf months.. 8lx months Twelve months . 1 mi il.W MM 10.U) WKEKI.V. Six month Twelve month $ .so l.un ISVAKIABI.T IN AUVANCI. Postage free to all parti of United States and i snails. Remit hydration Austin P. O. money order postal no'e registered letter or express-sample copies eul free on appliiatlon. All Papirh IJimontinueu at tub Exfiiiatios OF Tin Tim Paiu 'ok. Subscribers will please observe the date on their wrappers. Subscribers wishing address of paper chanced will state In their application both the old and new address. MR. F. A. SCOTT Is In charge of the city sub- acrlptlon department of The Statesman and all complaints or notices of change given to him or left at thl office will have prompt attention. Bubscritiers who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- b'lya are not allowed to sell miers. ADVEHTISINti IIATE.S. Solid nonpariel the b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 18 1886. ! 1 ?-A i 1 ft r T. 4 .-.V:. TEXAS NEWS. FACTS AND OPINIONS CULLED FROM STATE EXCHANGES. The Bayou city -is to have a new bank. The Athletic Base Ball club of Houston haa reorganized. Sulphur Springs is soon to have a mu- I i Geo. B. Loving has opened a land bnsi- l ness in El Paso. 1 The state fair seems to be approaching I consummation. I Waco is to have another roller-mill. It is to cost 1100000. There are only two candidates for mayor of Fort Worth. Carbon is an aspirant for the county seat of Eastland county. The Knights of Labor gave a grand ball last night in Fort Worth ' The democracy of Houston is to have a rousing mass meeting to-night. The Edwards county gold mine has failed to pan out satisfactorily. ' 'The Odd Fellows' orphan home at Cor- sicana will be a grand structure. There are 10000 cattle for sale in Mason county if prices are satisfactory. Col. J. G. Tracy has withdrawn from the mayoralty contest in Houston. The Da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 13 1886. SOM WEEKLY STATESMAN. GOVEKXOIl IHHI.AXI) AND HA1MWAI) sritSIDlKS. The Laredo Times any it is rot bo- lieved thnt Governor Irelimd ever Advo- cated I ho pii.nl ini; of ti Milmidy lo any railr ad. In ihix tl.o Time i- i-ndiy mi- ta'.:n. " h" journal of the si unie. mc- onJ M-rsioH ' the l'ourlet lit !i KialiiJui-e will bhow Hi t Ovfiior Ireland then Binntur from the !;'uni district on the '.Hh tlay oi March H7'i introduced ill the senate u kill KrnntiiiK to the International A- Great Northern Iiailroad company twenty Beetions of land lo the mile amoiurii: in the aK'ie.ite' to four million acres and exempting this land to-( t!icr with the roail lied rolling stock and other eroierty of the com- puny from all taxation .-state county and municipal for twenty- livu venrs. and periniltir.K said company to liold one half of the lands for fifteen yeuis and the remainder for twenty yenr-". It is also well known that Gov- ernor Irt li.nd was th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 18 1S86. 7 i r it if : r k i i 'uV NEWSPAPER HUMORISTS. SOME OF THE HELP THE LAUGH MEN WHO rUBLIC AND GROW FAT. 1 INTERESTING SKETCHES OF BILL I I vvn AT AfiK TWAIM. VAT DONAS ' AND GEO. W. PECK WITH PASSING MENTION- OF MANY OTIIEIt ECCEN- TRIC WRITERS. Special Correspondence of The Statesman. New Yobk March 10 188G. . Newspaper readers everywhere are quite well acquainted with the droll witty phil- osophical sometimes worldly-wise and sometimes ludicrous sketches and "yarns" I written by the galaxy of humorists men- i tioned below. Few however know any- thing of the lives or personal character- I istics of these writers who have done so J much to amuse and entertain them and J whose -contributions "in lighter vein." have been printed in newspapers great J' and small all over the land. The news- 1 paper hump-ist has his mission; and it is not a bad one. Not one of them ever wrote anything for which the world was . the Wv?rse for reading while ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 March 1886

i 8 AUSTIN WEEKIA STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 18.1886. GOVERNMENTAL WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE DKPAUTMEXT.S. AN EI'ITOMK OF WHAT WAS I.KAKNKII YKSTKItDAY AT TIIK (AIMTOI.. There was very littlo of importnnco in the HtHte departments yesterday. Mr. Brown the affable receiving clerk in the ccmpiroller'H ollice has no passen- ger taxed to report. Secretary Lawrence of the land hoard received nearly '-0)0 interest and first payments on lands The frontier from all accounts is very tiiet hut the labor of the frontier force is ceaseless and arduous owinir to the limited number of men who have to do a irreat deal of hard riding in order to cover the vast territory. TIlKAKI'HIill's I'Kl'A'tl'Vtlt.NT. To day the treasury department will he- gin to pay out some $10000 on revenue warrants as advertised in another column. This will leave about $:0000 outstanding In this department Treasurer Lubbock Chief Clerk Wortham Kirksey and all the other toil'ug clerks were very busy and the last of the revenu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 March 1886

nn MAN. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH i5 1S86. NO. 27 VOL. XV IN WEEKLY STATES ATCHISON. OUT I j AAV l : Y0 UT RAG ES AND VIOLENCE BY THE STRIKERS. SITIWI ION AT ST. LOUI CITY AN D OTHER 3 KANSAS POINTS OUTSIDE TEXAS. A r mov. Kb. March 23. This has been an- other eventful mid exciting (lav in. the strike. At V:lf this morning the t n men nn guard at the Missouri I'uci .If round house were surprised hy the appearance of tliirtv-llve or forty masked men. TLn euanl were corralled in the oil room hy a de- tachment of the visitors who stood guard with pis- tols drawn while the rest of the force seriously dis- tillled twelve loconivttivee which stood in the stalls. They had possession of the house ahout fifty min- utes and upon taking leave notified the imprisoned guards that thev must not attempt to leave the room until the expiration of twenty minutes. At noon there was another exciting event when 3 large number of strikers and others seized a freight train below town bound for Kansas Ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 March 1886

CONSULTATION GOVEIIXOKS OF MISSOLT AND KANSAS CONFKIi WITH COL. 1IOXIK. KESUI.T OF TIIK COUNl II.-WOKK MEN'S STATUS OK STHIKE OUTSIDK OK TEXAS. St. Lolls Msrrh 30 -Noon.-Ths rf ileal of to lloile vh iinwldcnt of the Micwiurl I'srltlc rail war to confer with Mr. I'owd.-rl.r looking to I . (. .t-il.. Luiu.na tii rhlllU. Ol I Siedy arjimtinxnt of existing Um tillws hetwwn the company ami it nniniYrnuu ... turned upon the iiropotml conference iM-tW'-en niv- 1V..-.1.. ....i uuriixinLi mill the mi road otn- vniun fli itruii n't ' . clsls. The result of this ronference is anxiously awaitwl for it will determine a many think the future polii v nf the executive committee of the KMKUta ot l.aiKjr. I lie e uruwiu "I my I"' strike to other rsllroads lieeldes the (inula south- west system ! expected aniens the effort of the Kovernora to UririR about a settlement fail. In tnat event home of the mem- ber of the committee exprcHB the opinion that lie policy will be to uradusllr extend the strike to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 March 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 25 1886. 3 OVER THE RANGE. PERSONAL POINTS AND NI5AVSY NUGGETS. DAILY I50L'XI-UP BY TIIK STATES- MAN'S TRAIL . MAX. The loco weed is killing a few cattle in some parts of New Mexico.' Stook cattle and feeders are unquestion- ably high in comparison with fat stock. John Blocker and Bud Driskill have bought 43000 head of cattle and will drive i them this season. England is again announced to be free from foot-and-mouth disease all infecttd animals having been slaughtered. It is claimed that the refrigerator beef company organized by the Marquis de Mores in the northwest . will open 100 re- tail butcher shops in New York city. The Colorado Cattle Grower' associa- tion has 534 memberswho owa over 1200 000 head of cattle and 50000 horses which represent a value of $50000000. Dahlman the owner of refrigerator works at Fort Worth has made a five years' contract for the delivery of dressed beef in England aggregating $5000000. If is estimated that bet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 March 1886

11 1 1 i I ' 1 I. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 25 1886 WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY .MARCH 2.'i lsH6 ItATKS OK SUBSC IMITrOX. uiii.r. urn month f l.nn 11rte month! K.Vi 8tx month R.IKI Twelvemonth 10.UI WEEKI.T. Six month I .Mi Twelve month 1 1' Invakiari.t i AllVAXCI!. Postage free to all part of United States and lunula. Remit hv draft on .Win P. O. money order postal not registered letter or express Hankie Copies sent free on application. Aix Papkiis FIihcontim at tue Expiration or Till Ti is I'aiii ron. 8uMcrlliers will please ohserve the date on their wrapper. SulMM-riliere wihlilni! adrlress of paper changed will state in tiieir application both the old and new address. MR. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of the city euh- crtptlon deaartment of The Htatki-han and all complaints or notices of changes riven to him or left at this ofllce will have prompt attention. SnbecrilHTs who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the ofllce. Carrier oys are not al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 March 1886

AUSTIN' WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 25. 1SS6. Hemorrhages. Noe or from any cause in nyeeUily oun- tml1d ami utonned. Sores Ulcers. Wounds Sprains & Bruises. It is cooling. uleausing aud Heul.ng. Poforrh 1' is most efncac'on for this tXlll 111)' disease. Cold In the Head&o. "Pond's Ellrnrl Cotiiiib. Cure" specially prepared to meet serious cases should be applied witfi Pond's Extract Nuitul Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia. lSy other preparation lias cured more case of these distressing complaints than the Eitr.ii t. Poud'i. Extract Flus- ter is Invaluable in these diseases Luni' bago. Pains in back or hide &c. Diphtheria Sore Throat .'Use the Eiuuct promptly. Delay is dangerous. Qj H I ml II J ending or Ztrli'n. It 1 CSi is the greatest known remedy; nii- idiy curing when olher medicines h vu failed. I'iiii 'h Kxtract Ointment i of giwat service where Uie removal of clothing is iticimventcn:. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipp3esJrsouce used The Fxtnirt will never he wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 March 1886

G AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY MARCH 25 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. LET I S HAVE THE KIX'OKD. The Laredo Times in answer to an ar- ticle published in Tux Statkhman lent Snrda;-. in regard to Governor Ireland's in'iod' ;:ir into the SL-r.r.'e n '. jyantiJig tho J ..U run' imi 1 ri.'r i1 c(.in;iany twenty sections of land to the mile Hays: "Tua SiATniiiA:i8 criiclo is a gross perversion of irutli. Jclia Ireland uid not aiivocHle tiie liileriiuiii.iiiil or M.y other railroad Hulniily; iudt-od liin oiiponi- tion to nil meh measures van ho uoturiouf) that tl.o T m il croud fixed nr on him the sou)iriiuet ot "Ox-Crt John." Thin is a very broad assertion of the Tiu.es. Lot us neo whether it is true or not. 1 he Times de.imi:Us the record; it Hhi.'.I have it. Itemeinher that tho Times declares Governor Ireland oppohed nil measnies apiroiiintiii public lands to build railroads and if we are not very mti''h miHtaken asserted a fw days no th.it lie did not vote f.ir any sucii measure. The Time...

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