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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 April 1886

'1 ) AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 29 1886. it V ; if ? it St r ' i' i . t y. t v EXCLE SAM'S PRINT SHOP. THE LARGEST PRIXTIXG ESTABLISHMENT IX THE WORLD. HOW PUBLIC DOCUMENTS ARE PRINTED THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD AND SPEECHES OF CONGRESSMEN. f pecial Correspondence of the Statesman. Washington. April 21 1886. If the spirit of Franklin the founder of the Att Preservative in America is in any wise concerned about the progress of print- ing it doubtless keeps its silent vigils in over and around the "Government Print- ing office' in Washington. To say that this is the largest printing office in the world is perhaps a meaningless phrase inasmuch as no other nation under the sun has its printing done as we do ours. It requires an army of twenty five hun- dred men and women the year round to PUBLIC PKINTEK BOUNDS. ' :? turn out the work demanded by the oper- t J . htions of cotitrrei-B and t lie several de partments if the government. The gar- rulity of 325 house members and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 April 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APKIL 29 1886. - . V'" THE COURTS. TIIK IROCKKJIN(i OK TI1K IIIGIIRK COUIM'8. TIIK DISTRICT COURT AMI TICKS OK THE l'KACIi. JUS HUI'BEMK COItttT. Hon. Asa H. Willie chief justice; Hon J. W. Stayton and Hon. Hawnie RohertHon associnte justices; Chun. S. Morse clerk Thos. C. Nye et nl. vs. J. S. Murmi from Wichitn county; motion to nfllrm on certificate submitted. TIioh. '. Nye et nl. vs. It. D. Grihble from Wichitn county; motion to nflirm on certificate submitted. C'hns. K. Wynne vs. TIioh. F. Hudson from Burleson county; motion for rehear int submitted. Kaufman it limine vs. Thos. F. Hudson from Hurleson county; motion for rehear in submitted. T. A. Tidtmll et al. vs. Win. Kiehoff from Tarrant county; motion for rehear uig submitted. Fore Worth Street Hmlwuy co-npany vs Hosedalc Street Kailway company from Tarrant county; motion for leave to die transcrint by agreement submitted and granted and cause submitted on briefs and oral arguments for both...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

3BK MAN. At ju: VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. MAY 6 1886. NO. 24 w 'A. . il N' : . r r c" ! .'I 3 2:T MILWAUKEE. GREAT MOT AT BAY VIEW NEAR THE CITY "EX- CITJXG "SCENES. A MOB DRIVEN BACK 1JY COLD WA'l Kl! BEING SHOWERED l l'OX THEM. 5Ii. mi;h.e M.v 4. The l70i) employes at tli Mi;waiikiH i-Si. 1'i.ul Kailwav cctmpapy's simp at' V'e.-t Mil i. e out and' will not go back a- til Ibev are grated eight hours' work at U'n hours' jjv. ' Tin w.'ill; out was .produced hy a cro-vd of other strikers u io put in their appearance yes- terday ami mad'- e formal demand upon the men f qt'U work. Tli- committee entered the foundry iiml iei'.ii sted all hands to stand in with the others for eight hours The German and Polish. laborers were ralht-r v. illii g to comply with the demand 1 .nt the moulders nad nothing to Fay. After the committee h.id remained inside for ten minutes vithout oninim.icatiinr with the moh outside T.l.!-U nuuroerii'. ubout 3iKt the latter became im- part nt anil made a rush...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

2 flUJllil imumji - - . GENERAL GORDON! HIS DDR1-S AT MOXT(iOM' ici:yat.a.on tiik foun i- IXG or A MOXUM EXT. GENEIiOl'S TKSTIMONY AS TO XOKTITKItV "OUIMOK AXI) MJL'THKHV HKKOISM. Mns-TiHiMLicr Ala. April 2.-(-rn. J I! .Gordon. x l nlleil Slat n iialor fifim Georgia. aililrwil lame assembly here to-ilav. cat be red to witness the lah.(! if the fottfubitloii i.I a c-Mciieraie mon- ument. After thanking flm roniiniMe mi imita tinn the speaker rcfeircd I" the nriuiinflinira a "hietoric ground." "it wax the home of a rae ni latin;; the. red m" h. ceuliirie" the Spmiiih cavaliers pitched their Pn'a lure two centuries afro; it waa Hie prol-aWe birthplace of TenimM-h: but more than all here waf l'iii the "ConCeder- ate States of Aineiii a.' " "11th aniidet the praveis and hop.-. the a-iiration and apprchen pious of a proud bran- free ami Ireeduin Im inn people a christened ihe younx republic. iI'-b-lined to only four venr of nit ti-oric life a nation hut to an ep-rtutir of rHiimvn. IIhih t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

3 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 6 18S6. Hemorrhages. EfigSzX Nose or from Any causa is speedily cou- - trolled and stopped. Sores Ulcers; Wounds Sprains & Bruises It is cooling cleansing aud HeaU.iig. rldPfh 11 is moor efficacious for this VaUU 111) disease. Cold lu the Head.4o. "Pond's Exit-art L'utarih Cure" specially prepared to meet serious cases should be applied with Pond's Extract Nasal Syringe. - Rheumatism Neuralgia. No other preparation lins cured mora cases of these distressing complaints than theExIruit. Ponl Extract Plas- ter is invaluable in those diseases Lumr bago. Pains in Hack or Mde &c. Diphtheria Sore Throat Use the Exiiuct promptly. Delay is dangerous. Pl'oC H i'cl.Bleedlng or It-li'ii. It liltSt is the greatest known rniedy; rap- idly curing when oilier medicines li ve failed. Puut's Extinct Oinlme in is of great service whore the removal of clothing is incxiiveuienl. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. av"e used The Kxti-ucl will noverba with- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 6 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AtTlK TEXAK. TUCKS!) . ..MAY ' ItATKS OF UHSt lill'TlON. jp .nonth . Ln months Ml month Tveneiuontha $ J" i.:' M ltl.Utj WKKKI.T. t l month Twelve months Invahubi.t is M.vani k. I'oeta; free to all -rti of the I nitwl Htn am! Canada. . Remit lv draft on Aiia'ln P. O. money order pottl note msi-tereit letter or expren Hamuli-Coin- iwut free m application. All Papkks IiitMosnsi'tu at this Exi-iiutiok OF th K Timk Paid roll. HulHHTllwre will please observe tlie dat on their wrapper. BnhwrlWre wihlilnc adi'reM of pai-er changed will tate in their applh ation hoth the old and new addrepn. MK. FA. SCOTT la In charge of tho city auh- criptlon department of Tint StatkkmaN and all tonplalnts or notlcea of chant Riven to him ot left at thla office will have prompt attention. Bnbscrihern who do not receive their paper retni- larly are reqiiwted to notify the offlc. ( arrier- xy are not allow'! t" 'II papers. BTATEM AN ITHI.ISIIIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY G 18S6. 5 T I Is THE COURTS. THE PUOCEF.D1XGS OF THE HIGHER COURTS. THE UISTKICT COU11T AND JUS- TICES OF TilK l'EAl'K. 6UFKEME COUKT. ' A. H. Willie chief iustice; J. W. Say- ton Snwiiie Robertson associate justices; Chas. S. Morse clerk. CASES A1FIBMED. Sallie J. Harvey et al. vs. G. A. Ogilvie et al. from Limestone county. Opinion by Stayton J. J. P. Sickles et al. vs. W. L. White et al. from Wise ccunty. Opinion by Stay ton.J. Alamo Ice company vs. Yancey fc Fos- ter from Bexar county. Opinion by Wil- lie C. J.-V Peter Nelson vs. Geo. C. Altgelt from Bexar county. Opinion by Willie C. J. ' I1KVEE6ED AND SKMANDED. Henry Hamburg vs. O. P. Wood & Co. from Wheeler county. Opinion by Rob- ertson J. Joseph Keener vs. Duff Moss el al.. from Hays county. Opinion by Willie C. J. Joseph Keenen vs. Duff Moss et al. from Hays county. Dismissed without written opinion. W. A. Kerentz vs. Michael Hays from Williamson county. Opinion by Willie C. J. and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN OS TO BANTKOI'! Six years ago when Rockdale was the nearest point to Austin on the Interna tional k (treat Northern railroad for anbsidv of only f0000 - the road would hare made a direct line to Austin instead of making a circuit around by Round Rnck. mure than a score of miles out of the way. But now with the contemplated road rnnninis across from Taylor to Bastrop it (3 makes Austin more of a way station than formerly. There is a direct connection on to Galveston and Houston across from Taylor to Eltfin and saves all the circui around bv Austin. Austin nlno loses all that cotton which sh has heretofore gotten from Bastrop county and if the road is ever extended to LaOrange only thirty-two miles from Bastrop which it is sure to do a direct connection is umlu from the north ou to Galveston Furthermore if the contemplated road from Bastrop on down by Gonzales Cuero an j Goliud to Aransas l'ass is constructed. Austin will lose the advantage of being on thut line Certa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY G 18S6. - i 4 V Yi I 1 LiverDlsorders "Whenever the Liver becomes torpid or otherwise gives evidence of disease the quicker It receives judicious treatment the more certain and speedy the cure. To stimulate the Liver and arouse it to healthy action there is no remedy so effective as Ayer's Tills. "I was troubled with Liver Complaint for some months and was permanently cured by the use of Ayer's Tills." T. C. Griiliu Moline 111. "I have suffered from Liver Complaint during the last year and until I com- menced taking Ayer's Pills could find nothing which afforded me relief. These Tills began to help me from the first and I am now perfectly well." W. E. Treston Gloucester Mass. PREPARED BY Sr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass Sold by all Druggists. R. D. Hunter St. Louis. M. P. Buel Chicngo. A. G. Evans. Kansas City. T. J. Daniel St. Louis. Wm UIMXTCI P i mm PiVA VN 1U1JLU U I 1U1M Wl UUll Live Stock Commission Merchants ST. LOUIS KANSASCITY AND C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 May 1886

t ; i i J n : i t V 8 GOVERNMENTAL. WJ1AT IS GOING OXIN TIIK Ii:i'AIiTMi:XTS. AN El I TOM E OF WHAT WAS J.EAltXEl) AT THE C AIMTOl. VESTE1MIAV. Tlie TexiiK fc Pacific made another pay- ment on the public nchool loan amount- ing to $ l.H7'..8!l in interest and $lfi'2t.M nitikin fund. The I'anhandlo Stork aH.-mciiition of Texan filed hu nmeiided charter. The amendment coum'Ht in loppinir off from its corporate name the word "of '1'txan" it designation lierenrter to be me ran handle Stock nciatiin. The llillriliuru Dihtrict Alliance Trans- portation ciiiiipanv tiled itM charter with i. C. Orr W. 1) Hiilliird W. Hunt T. J. Hret-dintf and 1'. A. Youiijrliluuu as in- corporators Its capital Htoek is sflO.iHKt. No business of importance was tiaus- noted in tiie otlier departments. LAN!) HOAIII). At the meeting of the land Ixmril yes- terday Kixty-nine M-ctiuiiH of scliool land and '.1.71! acres of public domain were lnas"d. An application for the lease of thirty sections of university laud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

WEEKLY VOL. XV AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. -MAY 13. 1886. NO. 25 STATESMA HORROR. A SUDD F.N STORM CAUSES A T 13 R 11 1 U L. E AN D APP A L L- IX'i; GAIj AMITY. U171I.U1.VUS DEMOLISHED AND A LATtGE XtMBER OF l'ERSONS KIL1.KD AND WOUNDED. Kansas City Mo. May U. About half past 10 this lnorniu' ominous storm clouds beam gather- ing over tliu citv. rhev first appeared in the north- east ami s.irgiiig wostwardly across the city turned eutliieiily in tneir course and dese tiding rapidly broke upon the city in terrific bursts of wind and rain that swe;d ail lighter objects Vfore thrm. The darkness wns idinost live and the people fled to the nearest sueiterund awaited with blanched facet the fury of the tempest. The clouds se"ined to graze the" toots of the highest buildings and pouied on their torrents in apparently solid masses lor the time. The storm struck the city in full force about twenty minutes past eleven and raged for half an hour "'i'lia streets were running rivers oarrving boxes a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 13 1886. POLITICAL JUDGE TEKKKJ.Li MAKES A UUILLIANT SPEECH IX NOKTII TEXAS. CEX. HOSS Ol'KN THE lil'BERXA TO III A L CAM I'AICJV ATSL'L- IMIL'K siitixt;s. Special TeleLTHin to the Ktati-Himn. Roniian Mhv K.-.Iinii!e Terrell hy invitation sdclreeeetl a larjre mitlii-uce in tlie court hoiit-e at Konliam tu nitl.t. ' lit-wtid the Instil the timet atlinonivb us that tremendous atrial quertiona are rtirrinir the minds of ntneia man aniiaiir Tliouclitful eople now explore the eituation in advance ol me IIHJCK ioilllcilill ami we euuiiKj n-n rejoiced that it in so. The only hlintl mm now are the monopolMa . whit p-fiue to we the pr-i-jiice toward which ihejr are plunging and their thiiies ho live on their prei auti ur favor. The trikere honotti-nt and even the organization)' that order tli'eni would have email slu'iiid'ance if we (lid not know that they were tjyiiiiitoiii a dieeaee deep aeated and ilang'-roiis. With our maetea educated to milri-tniifl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 13 1886. O f j Absolutely Pare and Unadulterated HOSPITALS CURATIVE INSTITUTIONS INFIRMARIES. Ano Prescribed By Physicians Everywhere. CURES CONSUMPTION HEMORRHAGES And all Wasting Diseases I DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION MALARIA. Tllg ONL PURE STIHULANl For the Sick Invalids convalescing pat! f nts. AGED PEOPLE. !j Weak and Debilitated Women. J or sale by Druggists Grocers and Dealers. Price One Dollar per Bottle. 3T gold only In lealed bottles and none genuine ex- ceptancb utwar our trade-mark i.ibel oltlieoldclioiuiit u above nd tlie name of company blown In botde (7 Persons ennt of tbe Rocky kTsunmius (except the Terrltnrlest unable to procure It from their dealers Ipreae charge prepaid by rviuitUog Blx Dollar to The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. Baltimore Vu TItHMOL'LET LAGARDE k CO. New Orleam L Selling Agent for Loolslaua Texas aud MiaalailppU Sena t-cent $tamp for onr Un) 'ailing CmttumpUon Form- ulaconltting principally of raw beef uteak and onr tchi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AXSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY ... MAY 13 It KATES OF 8UHSCKIPTION. iiaii.t. jm month 9 1Ln month! f-jJ tilx months Twehemonti.s """ WIEKI.T. Hj month Twelve montns Tuu.l. I.UIV TM AllVANrC. Postage free to all tmrt of the United fctatee Mid Canada. Remit by draft on Austin P. 0. money order poetal note reK'sred letter or express bamule copies aeni iree ob iiijjmuwu. Au Papihk Discontimi'KD at thi Expiration o tub Tihk Paid run. Siibscrllwrt will please olwerve the date on their wrappers. gnhscriliers wishing' address of paper chanced will state in their application both the old and new address. MR. F. A. SCOTT la in charge of the city auh- acrliition department of Tin Statesmaw and all complaints or notice of changes riven to him or lft at tl!s office will have prompt attention. Snbscrlliera who do not receive their paper retf laxly are requested to notify the office. Carrier toy are not allownd to sell pa)ers. STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. CiAiNEK President and Manager...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY 13. 1886. TAX SALP LAND. I CITY OR TOWN PROPERTY. TAXES ASSESSED. STATE TAXES tw ACCORDANCE with an Act of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved Mnrnh iRth. nntii ia h hat the State and County taies for the year 1885 on the following described real estate situated in Travis county Texas being Jue anaunpaiu x -" "j uuoi m oui.uuiiijr given m aapier ou Acts ot loy approved Marcn 4th;'i879 and will sell said real estate or so muoh thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and costs due thereon for cash V the highest bidder at publio auction m front of the court house door in Travis county City of Austin on the first Tuesday i June A. D. 1886 that being the first day.of said month. The purchaser paying the taxes and penalties due and costs of sale jnd execution deed for the least amount of Baid real estate shall be deemed the highest bidder. A. R. MORRIS 1 This the 3d day of May 1886. Collector Travis County Texas. OWNERS. Unknown rj Vrm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY 13 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. KOSS AS!) THE EXAMINER. Gaatral Ross denies that lie has an or- gan and says he is ot responsible for what any paper says. This practically repudiates the Examiner whose editor will now cool off. The misfortune is Col. Bartow has gone too far and loft no gap behind him through which to retreat from the support of a leader who thus throws cold water upon him. Always leave your- self a loophole colonel. Do as Tu Satkhman has done. We that doleful destiny? If they are let them neglect the golden opportunity now so liberally offered to them. If they are not and desire to stand men amongst men a city among cities then let them grasp the importance of this whole question and build a road from Bastrop to Austin that finally must become a link in the great railway system from south and southeast Texas. Tiik Paris News published at General Mu xey's home announces that he is in the race for senator. We all knew he would he. Bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 13. 18S6. ste- J ve Tb mid. i other llcate i. and1 I thf rthep I.OO.f eels.; V keti i AYER'S 1 Ague Cure contains an antidote lor an maiarmi orders which so far as known is used In no other remedy. It contains no Quinine nor any mineral nor deleterious substance w hut- ever an-! consequently produces no Injurious effect upon tlie constitution but leaves the system as he hy as it was before the attack. WE WABKANT AYEE'S AGUE CUBE to cure every case of Fever and Ague Inter- mittent or Chill Fever Koniittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever and I.iver Com- plaint caused by malaria. In case of failure after due trial dealers are authorized by our circular dated July 1st 1682 to refund the money. Dr.J.C.Aver&Co. Lowell Mass. ice 1 1 old by all Druggists. ANOTHER RA1LUOADMEKT IXG. 'CITIZEN'S MEET HEAR REPORT AND APPOINT AN EXECU- TIVE COMMITTEE. Last night in pursuance to a call in Wednesday's Statesman and inthe evening papers another citizens' mee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 13 18S6. GOVERNMEiNTAL WHAT IS GOING OS IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AV ElMTOME OF WHAT WAS I.EAHNKI) AT THE CAPITOL VESTKIMAY. HTATX DEPABTMENT. Two charter of incorporation were filed in the office of the secretary of state yeBterdiiy viz: The Menu Fire company and the Galveston Union Benevolen aKOciation. 1 The Heoretary of state received yester day official information of the orgnniza tion of Finher county which was effected April 27th last. The following organiza tion was effected: Comity seat Hohy comity judge G. W. JernigHti; district and county cleric Wm. Toggle; C. E. Kay sher iff and tax collector; assessor J. t. Lot lott; county attorney Orrin Kobertsou; treasurer J. V. Hulse; animal and hide in s pec tor J. P. George; county surveyor H M. Dillnrd. The following were elected county commissioners: l'reoinct No. 1 W. H. Wallace; No. 8. H. Carter; No 3 J. W. Dewing; No. 4 Wm. Hudspeth. Jus- tices of tho peace flo 1 G. Graham; No. 3 Z. W. Dewing; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMA VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 20. 1886. NO. 20 SWAIN. CHEAT SPEUCH OF THE FIT- T L ft E GOVERXOR AT A'LEXANDER. HIS VIKWS ON i HE LAND 1'OLICY OK TEXAS AND OTHKll I-iL'ES. Special Telegram to (lie Statesman. ' Ai.rxANitBR M.iv Ir Alexander hart a grand ba"ucne. ami pit uii- o-dav. Judge J. I. .lackson. urate le-.'.urer of the Knrghts of Labor addressed ' the people end was thou followed by Col. V. L. JVittiattgltey out representative. Col. W. J. wain arrived oa tlit mum train and after dinner mail a two hour speech to aa audience of from !i M to 8000 people. After opening 'he subject of the gubernatorial canvass lie alluded to the speech of General Kosa at .sulphur Springs aud said he was surprised that us a candidate for governor he did not discuss and declare in favor of some state policy to be pursued brlilm iu rase of his election nut instead the Oencral lias assumed the garb of a ward politician and had opend the Issues that hid passed eleven years...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY 20 1886. TERRELL. HIS GKKAT Si'KKCII TO VAST MLTJTITi:ii: AT FOUT WOI'.TH. UK WAi;i7K1 INTO M.VXKV A XII JiKSOUNCKS AXAIUIIV AM) MONOI'OIA AI.IKK. (Special Telegram to tne Statesman. Fcpiit WmiTii Miv 1s..t!ifh'i'T.T:vll mlilr'HHil avmt audience ai tin- F.irt Worth o;ier hoiine lt nl"lii in a-iiniiri'lii'iiHivf presentation nf iwxtlinf federal and nUti; tint me at present u'il iliiii.' the public lutll'i. lie alluded tilciinuitly to the fai t that h" ha'l heen mniiecteil ofih'si'-'nn upon tin' wat Hi ni.lt.il In- N'valor Max-v. lit" limi a lil-.'li T annul re-vuil fur Hint L"'ii'h'iuiin nliom tin- ;n'iiker had nominated. M'Ii"ti a leaner oi uw-enaie 10 un- ...iin hi. m.M' liiiliira.lnil ln Hiil not nominate him in stay tin-re forever an-l Hlill Imped In- would voluntanlv retire Iroui tin c:ir.M 01 piiour me. uiu recruit hi Iraiiiw-uorn by the toiN of atatf-in tin- approving uniles ol IiIh I i-xas i -lenin. i nan. .Iu.. i I tl.lt u H f I in.' o...

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