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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,18SG. 1 i A BRAVE BOY. DELIBERATELY SHOOTS HIS FAT 1 1 E HA N I) SAVES HIS MOTHER'S LIFE. IIIC'II (iOM)EV ORE FOUND IN WEST TEXAS-EVENTS IN TEXAS. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Hknkiktta, Texas, January 1(1. William Tay lor, beincj somewhat under the influence of liquor, vent to liis home in this city about 2 o'clock this morning and begun a quarrel with his wife and children. Taylor soon flew into a bad state of feeling, and took his pistol preparatory to killing his family. They succeeded in taking it from him, and then he said he was going to lull them anyway, and took his wife by the uair with one hand anil a pair of scissors in the other, us if to cut her throat. While in this attitude her Bon Tom. about 1H ye,ars old. got hold of a rifle and shot his father through the breast, the ball enter ing one side of the breast and coming out on the other. The wound io not thought to be fatal. Immediately after Taylor was shot he grabbe...

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 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 21,1886 t I . j ; ' 'i '" ' j? t - i , " y ! ? 4 ' ! . ; ,f; ? - - . I I - . i full M - A : J ' ; ' j 1 1 m) . I: ;r ii i ' ' ' !' . , S . ? . ,if ill -: .' i ; . r ; , l'" I - I - I :' i . .si ' t j I . 1;l , f v n! ' 1 ;! ; ' j. ! ' i . ; 1 GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT JS (iOIXO ON IN 1KIAKTMKNT!S. Till AN EI'ITOMK OK WHAT WAS LKARNEI) YKSTEItDAV AT THK CAIMTOK. KIKCUTIVE OFFICII!. Governor Ireland's until was Inrjre yester : diiy, and, for thnt mutter, it always is, Mid it requires much patience to wade tbrouirh it nil. Letter upon every im niuable subject are received, and the fol lowinjj is n fair sample: 'Mydnkv, ( )., January !, 1HH0 To ths (.mentor of Texa;: . Please inform me of the whereabout of two men who were captured, ami one Kot nwny. There win a cattleman killed or roV.)cd of hi cattle and money. TIhso were two men supposed to lie ollicer from Texas, and they said he had left and went to Oenirmy. Now he hn re turned, and we know hi wh...

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 January 1886

TEEK rm A rm MAN VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, - JANUARY 188tf. NO. 19. USTIN fi j Y 28 WASHINGTON. ELOQIJENT EULOGIES OVER Til 12 LATE" TICE-PRESIDENT. TtH Ut.lV, IS THE HOUSE,, MAKES SOME WELL-TIMED KEMAEKS. COGRESSIONAL. REN4TE. IV ..sms(iTiiN, .January 21!. This being tlm day Appointed for til-' senate addresses in memorial of die bit.) Vice-president Hendricks, the gajlcry of i.lid Hen tit began to till at an early hour. When, ill' rt f ;V!, Hi. uo iti President pro tern Sherman, called the Semite to order, all seats in the galleries vere ix-cupitd. the larger proportion of the occu 1U to iK'ilIB lad'eri. The chair laid liotore the seriate a letter from the secretary of the treasury relating to the payment of muI tries id collectors of customs not coniiriued by tin senate. The loiter xs appropriately referred. Mr. Voi tIwvs then called up his resolution ex pressive of the senate's deep sense of its public loss In the doHtti of t lie late Vice President Hendricks. The resolu...

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 January 1886

till I it iii 5 t; Q SENSATINOAL KLOPEMKXT OF A WILLIAM SOX COUNTY MAX WITH AXOTIIKR'S WIFE. MOODY AMI S.VXKKY, TIIK ( ELK IUtATEI EVAXfi EI.ISTS, SOON' TO VISIT TEXAS. Kpm-i.il TelHKTHin to Tlie Ktah'inan. UEontsTow, Tkx., January ai.-Tht- jury was wnniil'-toil In thf L'lunton caw liy noon on tlm stlst Inst., and trm cam- wan tnrni-it mi-r to th.-ni leal nutlit, ami thi-v brought in tln-lr verdict at noon to day for niiiril-'r in tlm wcimd dVifrw, and fixed the iienalty at twrntr vi-ara in tin- pcti-iilti-ntiary. Clanton oH-i-nlifH life to hia attorney", M'wrH. Khlier and Pawn, whom lie retained. Tim ntt mule a Htroni.' ram of murder In tlie firm decree. Ilia nine-year old n, , ti-ntill--l that Iiih t.ter nwore he would kill fook and Mrs. luntim If he went to hell in three WH-ondH. It wae in iiroof for the defeniw that t link had wiluci-ii Mies l.ilinatli. ClanUm Hlep daiiuhb-r, which douot.-MK would have ha 1 conelilernhle weijht with the jury hail Clantim l-en aupportin- and prii...

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 January 1886

AUSTIN WF.FTCT.Y ST ATTTCAf A V TTTTTT7CT AV TVTTdv or. -ioo TEXAS NEWS. 1 FACTS AND OPINIONS CULLED - FIW)J STATU EXCHANGES. Athens Review. A $25,000 court house just finished fciid received for the use of the people of Henderson county. Houston Herald. Mr. Walter Tips, an esteemed citizen of Austin, and brother of Mr. G. H. Tips, f.rrived in the city this morning. Dallas Mercury. No paper in the state has ever improved s much at one jump as did Thk Austin Statesman when it changed its form to a quarto and put on its' new dress. Vhe Dally Cosmopolitan. It is to cost the city of New York $35, , 486,320 to run her municipal government this year. That sum would just about l ay the two largest cities in Texas, and v e have expanded ideas and big expecta- tions. Waco Day. If the Post gets that corset factory at Houston, it will be a tight squeeze. it Is a little suggestive that the first , murder in Atlanta, since prohibition went into effect, was committed in a drug store. The Northwes...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 January 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AirsTIN TEXAS. THl'HSDW ..lANl'AKVSH. W'6 --- -'V KATKS OK SXWIMI'TIOX. Otm1 month Threw months.. (Six months Twelve months. S I.Wi S.Mi r, ii lO.Ui wrr.Ki.y. Six month $ '' Twelve iwiutha iNVlKIAIII.r is Aiivasie. Postage free to all parta of l'iiit.-tl State and Canada. Ilemlt hy draft nn Austin, I'. O. -money order, postal note, reisU-reii letter or express-Sample copies sent free on application. Am. Papkim DiBcosTiNi uii at tiii: Kxi'iiution or the Tmr. I'aid roii. Subscrlliere will please observe Hie dute on their wrappers. KiiWriliers wishini? address of paper chanced will state lu their application both I lie old and new addrcsH. HI U.K. A. SCOTT lain rhars of the city nuh scrlptlon department of Tub Stati:bax, and all complaints or notices of chunk's plvcn to liim, or left at this oRlce, will have prompt attention. 8iiticerlier who do not receive their paper regu larly, are requested to notify the otllce. Carrier hoy are not allowed to papers. ADVKIITIMSti ...

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. — 28 January 1886

A i A. X OVER THE RANCfe. PEKSOXAL, POINTS AND NEWSY NUGGETS. DAILY KOUXW-VI' BY THE STATES MAX'S TRAIL MAX. Mr. William Coleman, a prominent cat tleman, is in the city. They are feeding cattle in Colorado, and many of the ranchmen np in the Panhandle are doing the same. San Juan (Col.) Prospector: John Dun can sold twenty-five head of cattle at an average of about $'2'2 per head all around, recently. Glendive (Mont.) Times: The cattle on the north Beaver creek are traveling southward, being driven out by the Mar quis steers. San Juan, Col., Prospector: John Cleg horn's cattle at South fork, were this week ronnded up and taken to the South farm, to feed for the winter. Givens Lane, managor of the Day Land and Cattle company, is down from the Greer county ranch and will remain until the first of next month. The Autiu cattlemen are beginning to figure on the probublo calve outcome this spring, and soon the cowboy will be on the hunt, and camp in his glory. Tho Eagl Pass Journal report...

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 January 1886

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIURSDAY.JAXITAKY 28, 1886. M W Hill 1H H tr fi II II El H If hfill WEEKLY STATESMAN. MUNICIPAL I'liOGKKSS. When a traveler first visits n city or town, he looks around him. mid, from the evidences of thrift or the reverse, size up the inhabitants. The pvople make a country a state, nnd n fortiori a city in which they reside, and hence it behooves those who really have the welfare of their cities ni.d towrii at heart to see to it that they are not behind the times. When a thoughtful man, on entering a city, dees progressive ideas adopted, ns evidenced by manufactories, buildings, street railways, nnd all those improve ments seen only in cities where energy and push are appreciated, he forms an opinion, which is apt to be a lasting one, to the credit of that lace. for the crime of turning out the barnacles and mountain mnges, nestling who have grown rich on public pap, has not taken definite or oflicial shape or form, it is sufficiently definite to see the...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 18S6. 7 CONGRESS IN SESSION. IIOAV BUSINESS IS DONE AND HOW EXC1TINQ SCENES SOMETIME OCCUK. TOE GREAT riX)01 OF BILLS AXD "WHAT BECOMES OF Til EM SOME OF. TIIE METHODS ' OF TIIE SPEAKERS. Special Correspondence to the Statesman. The forty-ninth congress is now fully entered upon its first session. The mem bers all oame bnck from their constitu encies after the holiday recess with pock ets and grip-sacks stuffed with bills, and on the first day of the re-assembling nearly 800 of these bills were launched upon the legislative sea, in the house of representatives alone. These, with the 989 introduced in a single day before the recess, make in round numbers about 1,800 measures of fered for consideration thus early in the season. The average congressman's idea of usefulness connects itself with bills, and his great remedy for all political and social defects is bills. Nearly every mem ber has a dozen or two of pet measures, and the member w...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28,1386. GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OK WHAT WAS J.EAItXEI) YESTERDAY AT THE CAPITOL. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. Tli8 charter of the Pioneer Mill com pany, of Abilcm, Tews, was filed yester day with the secretary of state. The cap ital stock of the company is $.K,OiX. In corporators: A. C. Garcia, 51. Marx and 8. D. Porter. Also, filed yesterday, the charter of the Waco Furniture company; capital Btock, $25.000. Incorporators: A. J. Carutliers, L. P. Pock and 8. W. Hlayden. By direction of Gov. Ireland, the flat; over the capitol was lowered to half-maHt yesterday, as a mark of respect to the memory of Hon. Aslibul Kuiith, a distin guished citizen of Texas, and president of the board of regents of the titate utiiver sity, whose death, at his home, near Hous ton, Texas, was reported in yes terday's dispatches. The governor will probably surest to the the univer sity regents t lint the remains bo brought here for i...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 4 February 1886

nn WEEKLY . VOI- XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. NO. 20. A XT.Q IN STATESMAN ii ; 0s V if 7 .(V., 6 T t . Ii 1 i 1 A . - :-. .WASHINGTON. ELfcOTGIlAL COUNT BILL AGAIN UNDER DISCUSSION. I.y THE. HOUSE, EULOGIES OF HEW ITT AND OTHERS UPON HENDRICKS. WASiuN i iov, February 3. -The chair laid before rtw .nsu a loiter from the secretary of war in minKkU'-rt with a recent resolution transmitting th report of Ma lor Jones, ot the corps of engin eer, riv?.f .Hog river improvements in Oregon. Amon-; .U" petitiona presented and appropri ately reVrvnd uore several: Bj !4;. Pry., from various organizations of Kaii'1.1- of Lifior, praying that the territory known as Oklftfoma uny be opened to Beltiera. Uv.M: Hluf from the committee on woman uff pro Wag for constitutional amendments extc:.:l:;i fie l ight of suffrage to women. Mr Cornell .-tated that thia report was not the unanimous judgment of this committee, and the minority reserved the right to present a written reuort in nnii...

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. — 4 February 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 188G. TRAGEDIES. TWO LOVKKS SHOOT EACH OTIIEKTO I) K AT 1 1 IX HOl'STOX. SLAIN IN SAN ANTONIO- ML'ltliKIt AT UK HMOXII -TKXAS SEN SATIONAL IT KMS, tlm motion fr a nw trial and will h wnttMirwl to ifo with tli' halanr of tlm Impvh, unlt-tv t. pW f)tmt I fortlirnniiriL' at tii rur Mint. 'I' he court room war (Tm'I'(l with utorn, hut Ui doomed r-'n tok the inalltT n-iiiHrkalilr 1'otil. Crow pN-.Mlwi hard in a manly way for a' ww trial, but the court overruled a argued motion, ami hi doom Ma annoumrd. The jude uw inrrtptihly afTet tcd by the di.arwHMe duty hU ponitioii loiu-jM-llfd him to pertorm. COl'KT OF A riEA LS. LI-T IN .al I lrff.l T-h'u'ra: to The StuU-oiuan, Hockpmn. Jttnuarv I'. Thin Jift.mMi,i at o'clt aidMM din i .km urrt-d with pi-tni-, n-.-uit-i riif in. tlx ili-.il h of Jack ( row l-v, ltifftiiitly, and prnliiildt I!j' fiifai Hmiiidin of fntrk llatitiin. of alve.-4iim. Itoth pjir!iin wri in love with Mir- Kmiiia Di-LaiiiM-y. ...

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. — 4 February 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1880. y ; TEXAS NEVS. ' , FIIOM STATE EXCHANGES. Dt tin?i Morning New. 'tatti-n and gets eight cents for it. The J' ;ui kiit and the European manufacture it into pt.ods which they soil for from fifty .vutti to one dollar, ine south, muni xr.uTirifucture more and farm less. Green r 11 lo !;mner. Tin-re is a ohunk of solid wisdom in the cboi. There is no sense in selling cot ton to be shipped north, manufactured, an i f Lipped back to us, and in the end payi.ia; double what it could be produced f;.'r. iir on the ground where it is raised. ftf-jmrent when she manufactures her own ju'oilurts. ; TELLS ITS OWN STOKY. The- Sherman Register, with its turned column rules and its monument to its own memory, affords a sad commentary upon a. town where mossbacks hold the sway, Kutor.rise is an unknown word in their WHtn'lary. S-in KjJi Weekly News. Webster's revised dictionary has the dkw words 'bulldoze,' 'boycott' and 'dude bi't it draws the line ...

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. — 4 February 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. ATST1N TKXAS. THURSDAY KKBKL'AHY 4. IBM RATE OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT. Oiw month J ' Three months J-jJ' 81 1 month n J Twelve munthi ,oa WIKKLT. Biz monlfce Twelve month I " IXTHUJItLT IK AliVAKC'I. Poataifa free to ill parta of United Ktatet ud Canada. Remit br draft on Aniitln, V. money order, poetal note, reRlatered letter or expreiw-Sample oplM tent free on application. All Parana Diwoktihukd at tiii Exhuatio v thi Tiki Paid rou. Subacribera will plenne obeerve Uie dat on their wrapper. Snbecrltioni wUhlnit ad.lreM of paper changed will eUte In their application both the old and new addreaa. DR. p. A. SCOTT lain ehari? of tlie city nub acriptton dartmHut of Tni! Htatxi-iiaji, and all omplulnta or notk-es of change riven to hlni, or left at thla ofilre, will have prompt attention. BabKribera who do not receive their paper rei;il laxly, are requested to notify the office. Carrier boya are not allowwl to sell papera. ABVKHTISISO KATKS. Solid nonparlel the ha-la ( me...

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. — 4 February 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. IT. 'J 'X i 4 - A GOVERNMENTAL. h WHAT IS GOING OX IN THE J DEPARTMENTS. AX EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LKAltSED "YESTEBPAY AT THE CAPITOL,. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Thin department yesterday received the usual number of applications asking for pardons, all of which will receive attention 1 in due time, i ; The governor yesterday appointed Chas. L. Kettler to be district attorney of the Twelfth jndioiul district, vice N. G. Kit trell, lately appointed judge of the dis trict. - ' oomptbolleh's office. . The comptroller yesterday paid into the treasury $64,000. Internal Revenue Officer Bracken was on a still hunt in the comptroller's office yesterday, and his researches are emi nently calculated to make Rome howl when he pats his feet down on a certain city. ' In this office yesterday all hands were busy with routine work and getting their pay warrants cashed. Chief Clerk McCall was busy with a big batch of drafts, and feeling sorry for the lo...

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. — 4 February 1886

.1 1 1 ; i i t i l! 'i i i , ' C WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIK WEEK IN COXiiKKSS. The past week has not been a very notable one in congress. Tha principal bills introduced mid debated were the pension bill and the bill for the admission of Dakota. The chief point of internet in the pen Mion bill neems to be the charge that it in a bid by iln supporter for the voUsof it beneficiaries. Thin charge seems to have struck home in several cnses, if one may jnde from the way the supporters of the bill squirm under this home tlirunt. The people are beginning to tire of this drain upon the treaxury, and the use of the public monies to further the polit ical ends of Home of the congressmen. The second bill, that of the admission of Dakota, is pushed by the republicans, for political reasons ulone: they are not urging its admission either for the pur pose of benefitting the state, or the United States, but because it insures them more strength in congress, and more votes in the electoral college. The ...

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. — 4 February 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. n t: 3 '4 I' If Hi ' 1 J!EX. MACHINERY AND MODELS. IT K UK) U LEPARTM E2s TS AND THE U. S. PATENT OFFICE. CKOWTII Ol' INVENTION' AND VAST ACCUMULATION OF MODELS MEN WHO HAVE MADE FOHTUNE. The interior department is nearest, in itg relations to the people, of all the de partments of the United States govern ment. ' The public land system, the pen sion office, with its enormous disburse ment a, the patent office, the Indian bnrenn, the bureau of education, the census bureau, the geolegical surveys, and the government supervision of land grant railronds are all under the wing of this department. Its business is, therefore, enormous and its ramifications coexten sive with the boundaries of the national HI MULUROW KSS'SECSETARY OF THE INTERIOR. LO.C LAMAR SECRETARY OF THE INTCHIO domain. Besides the bureaus enumerat ed, each of which is manuged by a com missioner or director, the secretary of the interior has the gPneral supervision of...

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. — 4 February 1886

SHOT TO DEATH. NKGHO MAX KILLED SAT UKDAY NIGHT. TIIK YEltDKT OF THE J I'KY OK QUEST. in: Saturday morning a colored man, atred about f0 years, and named Harvey Vance, alia Burditt, borrowed a wiijfon and team from hU neighbor, another colored man, by the name of l'ete Jonos, for the pur pose of coming to town to purchase a few family supplied. Jenies wife, Liza, ac companied him, while Jone himself fol lowed in another wagon. IN TOWM it is said Vance filled op on whisky, and he and Jones hBd some words, the lat ter, seeing his condition, and fearing for the safety of his team, having approach ed him to expostulate and get him to go home. He failed, however, and not until some time after dark did he start Jones' wife, still with hin, and Jones, a little way behind, in another wagon. On reaching Jones' place, alxiut four miles from town, on the old Hastrop roaJ, Harvey, who was quite drunk, struck his wagon againat a tree. Join s, who had passed him and reached homo, went out to wher...

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. — 11 February 1886

M3 mm WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XV. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 18S6. w GEN. HANCOCK. DEATH OF THE OLD WAR. JUOU AT HEADQUARTERS, GOVERNOR'S ISLAND. PARTICULARS OF HIS LATE ILL NESS AND THE CAUSES OF IXX9 SUDDEN DEMISE. Xkw Yi'RK, February 9. The following 1b the official notice of the death of Gen. Hancock, which has just een rw-jived: Um kkni'b'm Island, February 9. Major Gen , era! V. S. Hancock, U. 8. A. died at 3:30 this af ternoon. (Mt'iied.) W. D. WmprLK, Assistant Adjutant (ienerul. G"n. IInn ckV death was the Tesult of a malig nant carbuncle on the back of his neck, which had confined b.ro to his bed for several days. No eeriona alarm w a felt, however, until shortly lie- i re hp expired, i ne news caused tue protoundest Borrow io commercial and tlnancial circles, as well ae anions bustmvs men generally. When the sad event wan known in the exchanges and at the cus tom house, lings w ere immediately ordered at half lnast. Ic had not been generally known that tien. Hnu...

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. — 11 February 1886

EXPLODED. FATAL ACCIUKNT IX KANT TEXAS, JSOILEU llLOWN TO ATOMS. USTWEEK'rt HMZ.AIIIMN INDIAN TEUItlTOKV TEXAS SENSA" TIONAU EVENTS. Special Telegram to The Statesman. PiTTiaiHH, February 6.-This evening it horrible accident occurred (in the east line, near (arson, abont eight miles from thii place, by the explosion of the pile driving eiiLdne. The nrlH itlar of tin explosion cannot be obtained, iiii.'tolhe unusual state of excitement that prevail. The following fact have ifa obtained relative to the heart-rending scene: This evening, about 8 o'clock, near (arson, just a tli pili driving enirtne had stopped, and arrangements were being made to begin work with the engine, it exploded, mid the hands who were around tlm engine, and those working with the engine were Mown senseless. rome were Mown into the air tlfteim or twenty feet, being crushed and mangled horrlblv. Those who were seriously hurt were brought .here thin evening In the caboose, and the agonizing groans that fell from t...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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