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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN.THUKSDAY. MAY i0 1836 3 TAX SALE. IN ACCORDANCK wii'i un Act of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved March 18th. 1tvl notice is hereby given that tho State and County taxes for the rear on the following described real estate situated m Travis' comity lexas being due ffud unpaid. I have this day levied upau the same under the authority given in Uhaprer . Acta ot ifciH. approvea juarcn '4th. 170. and will sell said real estate or so much thereof ns may be necessary to pay the taxes and costs due thereon for cash to the highest bidder at public auction in trout of the court house door in Travis county. City of Austin on the first Tuesday ;-i lime A. I). 'Hi' that beina the tsrst diiy of said month. The purchaser paying th: taxes and penalties due. and costs of sale Miitiiin deed lor MB leasi amount or saiu real esiuie sunn ue ueeuieu me uiiriiesi. uiuuer. .t.. This the Sd.duy of May 18S. Collector Travis County Texas. LAND. CITY OR TOWN PROPERTY. TAXES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 20 1886. I! i ! : . : t : i i Hi WEEKLY STATESMAN. T1U KSDAY.T. MAY 2U 18WI - KATES OF SUHSCIIIPTION'. DAILY. jt month f 1 MiW month Six month Twelvemonths '"' WKKKI.V. t! months '.'ij! Twelvemonth..... W INVAIIIAIII.Y IS 4IIVANCK. Postage free to all parte of the L' lilted States and Canada. Remit by draft on Aus'in P. O. money order postal note. postered letter or express Sample eopie aent tree on application. All Papkrm Discontinued at tub Expiiutiok OF THB TfMB PaM HIB. Subscribe will please observe the date on their wrappers. Subacrlliera wishing address of paper changed will ilate in their application both the old and new address. MR. f. A. SCOTT ! In charge of the city sub- scription department of The Statesman and all complaint or notlre of change given to him or left at till oftlce will have prompt attention. Babscrihers who do not receive their paper regu larly are requested to notify the ciltic. Carrier toy are not allowed to cell pap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 20 1SS6. 5 Absolutely Pure and Unadulterated. HOSPITALS CURATIVE INSTITUTIONS INFIRMARIES. And Prescribed by Physicians Everywhere CURES CONSUMPTION HEMORRHAGES And all Wasting Diseases ; DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION MALARIA. THg ONLY PURE STIMULAM3 For the Sick Invalids CONVALESCING PATIENTS AGED PEOPLE J Weak and Debilitated Women. lor sale by Druggists Grocers and Dealei j Price One Dollar per Bottle. S3" Sold ontf In lenled bottle and none genuine ex- cept socb at bear oar trade-murk label of the old chemist at above and the name ot company blown In bo tile. (JPeritonaeartothej Hocky Vomitiln (except the erriiorieei uwidib vo procure tiruui mtir umicib cHn hae Hull Dozen ient In plain cane unn.srked.Kx- preaa charges prepaid by remitting Six Dollar to The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. Baltimore TR KM 00 LET LAOARDB CO. New Orlemit La Selling Agent for Loolilana Texas aud UiaalulppU Sma i.Mtatam for our Unfailing ConwmvHon Form- IulaciwtiQ principally oj ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 20 1880. (' SOME SENATORIAL SKETCHES. 'I'M K fJ AL.IjEI V AS AX AD VANTAGEOUS POINT -F OIJSEUVATION. lM'Kf.H: MKX AS SKKN IV WASII- J N U TO N A X 1 1 O N T 1 1 K K I . O 0 1 1 O F ( OXtJHKSS-l'KKONAI. TKAITS OF EDMUXDS IIO Alt MOIt- ;ax and hkck. Washington Miiy 11. ltG. Special Correspond nr of tin stii:i.uu. No matter how much is written about public men Ht the capital they are always the chief object of intereM li those who come here and everything pertaining to them or their personal traits in always eagerly devoured by dir-tar.t renders. This curious interest in more conspiciously dis- played in Die galleries of the house nnd senate probnbly than anywhere else be- cause visitors may (lock to them at all times during sessions; and not infrequent- ly does the worshipper at the shrine of greatness find himself as much disap- pointed at the appearance or manner of his idol as was the rural New Yorker re- cently who. after having Senator Kvart...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 20. 1886. AYER'S Ague Cure contains an antidote for all malarial dis- orders which so far as known is used in no other remedy. It contains no Quinine nor any mineral nor deleterious substance what- ever and consequently produces no Injurious effect upon the constitution but leaves the system as he hy as it was before the attack. WE WABRANT A YES'S AGUE CUBE to cure every case of Fever and Ague Inter- mittent or Chill Fever Iieniitteut Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever and Liver Com- plaint caused by malaria. In case of failure after due trial dealers are authorized hy our circular dated July 1st 1882 to refund the money. Dr.J.C.AYer&Co.LowellMass. bold by all Druggists. THE DINGEE & CONARD CO S KEAITIVTIj EVKK-BMiuJiwu THE RAILROAD. THE SCHEME TO CO-OPERATE WITH BA.STKOP PALLEX THROUGH. Yesterday pursuant to a call of the chairman the Railroad Executive com- mittee met in the Washington Engine house at 6 p. m. The following members were pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 20 1886. 8 governmental: WHAT IS GOING O.V IN THE I) Kl'AUTM KSTS. as kimtomk of what was r.i: vllNKI AT Til K CAPITOL YKSTKIIUAV. C.'llMPTBOI.LKU'u DKI'AHTMKNT. Cliiof Clerk Mi-Cull w.u filling the posi- tion of hi Hb.M'iit cliiuf yextorday nl-tho-igti still iiiet unwell nd insiiin.i bin iiiHtructioim from lii couch in Comptrol- ler Swnin'H otllce. Sum B(re(atiii l:t;lX') were turned into the treBHurj-yHterdiiy ly the comp- troller fL'1000 to the credit of the gen- era! revenue nnd $12IKK) to the available school fund. The following circular innued yete."iliy explain itself : ExKCUTIVK I)KI'AHT.VIKNI' Circular ( linen of C'omptuih.i.kk No. 44. J Austin May 1 IhmC. To the 'tim tr IIt : The court of upponi having decided that under the act approved March .'.1 lMH.'i perxoiiH purHuiut any of the occu patioiiH on which an annual stale tax in levied (save those specially mentioned in the statute) can pay nuch state occupation tax quarterly; tax col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

WEEKLY STATE SMAN A -IT IN A 1 AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 27 1886. NO 27 VOL. XV. MURI)ERFOUL a ;i:rm.v from avilliam- fciOX COL'NTY KIL.LKD iX(;alvestox. -lMCT.YII OF THE C If I. MIS- STATE ITEM S. fyvcial TeWiam to the Statesman. ' Uai.vestiiN M.i.- !. A lirutul murder was roU:;M to light to (hy quite accidentally. While two men were tUbai'.' oft the new wharf the honk if Manuel 1'iislntm became entangled in aume beavv imj-ct ivii;t' ou the bottom. Calling his tonip.iiiion to drop his hook In the same spot they hroiiuht to Mm surface a human body from which lifn evideatly hiul been extinct only a few hours. The victim proved t . be a German farmer named Oeorg-i S;oct who came here from Taj lor Wil- llamson county Tex last Friday en route for (tirnu'iy to visit his old home. ' lie stopped at the Atlanta hnue one of the small hotels of the city und wa lust seen .yesterday evening in com- pany with Antouie Muvfuskl a German-Pole with whom ttiKt sied the greater part of his time Klov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

2 MAXWELL. PROGRESS OF THE FAMOUS Till AIi AT ST. I.OUIS- TESTIMOXY. WHAT TI1K WAITERS AND MAIDS AT THK HOTEL KNOW ABOUT HltOOKS. St. Loins .Mav 19. II. M. Brooks alls" M well on trial for the murder of C. Arthur Prell wa brought into the criminal court this inorul at 10 o'cliH-k and waited patiently for Judge Vi W aggoner to dispose if unimportant caees on th docket and call Ills own. Ths prisoner maintains his unlet demeanor and professes great relief at having been allowed liy his attorneys to make a tru fliateiuent of the man- ner in which I'reller canie to bia ileath and feels rnntldent that public opinion baa already acquitted him of Intentional crime. All the wllneawH fur the elate are present In a body and are kent under atrlct aurveinaace iiy ine sheriff. . . L. K. Hunt present clerk of the Southern hotel wa the ttret witness examined this morning and bia examination and cross-examination consumed the greater part of the morning He testified that he was the cashier of the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 27 1886. I 1 IT f TUt I I TAXALE. IN ACCORDANCE with an Act of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved March 18th 1881 notice is hereby given hat the State and County taxes for the year 1885 on the following described real estate situated in Travis county Texas being due and unpaid I have this day levied npon the same under the authority given in Chapter 50 Acts of 1879 approved March 24th 1879 and wiU BeU 8aia real estate or 90 much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and costs due thereon for cash in the highest bidder at publio auction in front of the court house door in Travis county City of Austin on the first Tuesday in June A. D. 1886 that being the first day of said month. The purchaser paying the taxes and penalties due and costs of sale BTBoution deed for the least amount of said real estate shall be deemed the highest bidder. A. B. MORRIS This the 3d day of May 188G. Collector Travis County Texas. OWNERS. Unknown Armst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 27 1886. i - i : t WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY ..MAY 27 IBWI RATES OF 8UBSCKIPTIOX. flAII.Y. jm month $ 1-JJI VLtte month J-' Six month rMAliniontllt iv.w ti j month Twelve month IttViltlAUl V in A OVA NCR. Postage flee to all part of the United Stat an Canao n.nit hv ilr.ft on Ans'in. P. O. money order. ooetM not. registered letter or exureaa-tSaiuvie copies eni iree un in.ou.u. All I'apkiih Dikcostinlku at thb Expiration (F thb Time Paid roll. ... SUihsiTllier will plewe olwerve the date on their wrapper. SuhK-rllier wishing addre of paper changed will state In their application both the old and new addrese. MR. F. A. SCOTT 1 In charge of the city sub tcrlptlon department of Tmi Statesman and all .oiaplalnt or notice of change given to him or left at this office will have prompt attention Enbacriliera who do not receive their paper regu Urly are requested to notify the otllce. Carrier- Ay are not allowed to aell papers. STATESMAN I'CISLISIIINU ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 27 1886. -F O It- SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS. CONSTIPATION and DYSPEPSIA -IJ S JE DR. C. McLANE'S .CEL.EIJRA.TKD LIVER PILLS PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURG PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The Counterfeits aremade In St. Louie. Mo. mum NO FEE ! ! ESTABLISHED 1851. 8 1 1 Lo- Until Better J 8T.LOUlsMO.cu8t St. -v TheBegnlar.Old-EatabUslied IPHI'SICIAH it 3T7HQE01T la still tisating with the greatest SKILL & SUCCESS YOUNG MENMIDDLE AGED MEN cid all personswho by their own acts of Irapr dencc or Folly at any period of life have broug. upon themselves the evil effects following close jpon the heels of transgression of the laws uature should consult the celebrated Dr. Oar at once. Remember) Herveus diseases (with . without dreams) or debility and loss of nerv putter treated scientifically by new methods with iu'vei -failing success. t3T"It makes no difference iiu t y on have taken or who has t" Ued tocure you !3?The terrible poisons of Syphil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 27 1886. 6 I I r I WEEKLY STATESMAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. LEOIHI.iTUUE. Christian Pace and Fra.ier composing the commissioners' court are due the thanks of the county. For the spirit of liberality and fairness with Which the pro- position to purchase wan met by tke di- VT the request of hU personal and political rectory of the bridge company and es- friends Mr. Frank M. Maddox has consented )ecjftHy for Messrs. Tips nnd Bremond to become a candidate before the democratic county ... louecoiu L ....i who represented the company throui'b- cunventlrn of Travis county for nomination as a ' i j b candidal for the twentieth legislature to lepresent out mo poriuency 01 me negotiations credit m equal ineasiire is claimed. aid county in that body. ( ENTLEMEX: Yours asking me to becomes candidate for the legislature has leen received. I feel gratified at a petition so numerously sinned and I here express my urateful acknowledgments to each one of you. In accord...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY . 27 1886. 7 Wonderful cures of Scrofulous diseases continually add to the reputation of Ayer's Sarsa- parilla. John McDonald 124 Suffolk St. Lowell Mass. says : " For a number of years I was great sufferer from Scrofula whlcb manifested itself in early childhood. So virulent and offensive were the sores which appeared on my body that my parents kept me from school most of the time. I became emaciated pale languid and feeble and my friends said it was Consumption. A physician in New York state recommended treatment with AYER'S Sarsa parill a to remov. the Scrofula from my blood. After takhv; six bottles I was permanently cured Sole by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass. U.S. A. NO FEE!!! ESTABLISHED 1851. B I I Lo- Until BetterJST.LOUisMO.JcustSt. -v The KegrUM Old-Establtstiea ipnSICIAlT ti 3UHGE0IJ it still treating with the greatest SKILL & SUCCESS mm wmwMmm YOUNG HEN.MIDDLE AGED MEN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 May 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 27. 1886. GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOIXG ON' IX TIIK DEPAIiTMEXTS AN K1MTOME OF WHAT V. I.K.VUXK1) AT THE A I'licU YESTKlllAV. COMPTBOLLKU UEPAKTMKST. Amounts Bjfre.itin the wui of jju.lft. a taxes due on passenger rule were paid into the comptroller' ollice yester day by the roads of the Sunset system also f'.'U.fjO from the Austin & Northwe em tax on gross earnings for the qnnrte ending March 31. Five commercial drummers paid in their occur ation tax or f:i each. The comptroller pnrclinsid yesterday for the permanent school fund Kerr county court-house and jail bond hear iiij? fi per cent interest to the amount of $8000. Comptroller Swain was found at his desk having returned during the morn ing from his trip to Krath county. Chief Clerk MoCall ha quite recovered from his recent illness and in displaying his usual promptness in dispatching bust IlBRS. The comptroller passed into the treas nry yesterday the nam of $40000 $8000 to the credit o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

WEE TATE AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 18S6. VOL. XV NO 29 AUSTIN KLY SMAN. l J V T1IBSTATE. A $20000 BLAZE AT DALLAS- THE GALVESTON ENCAMPMENT. CONDITION OF THE INJURED MEN IX Till" TERRIBLE .PALES- TINE EXPLOSION. Special Telo.'r.im t The Statesman. Pallas June 1. This mnruini? at 8:30 o'clock the flrealann sounded nndii a few minutes the whole department was out and in speed toward the scene of the ctmllasration for from the dense vol- ume of smoke it looked alarming. In twenty minutes not less than j!'JU people white Mark men women and children w ith a Rood delegation of docs were in the vicinity of the tire. The burninir huildint: -proved to he the corn mill of S . 1. Vimti!i Co. the "company" beim? lr. Kobortsou. I'herewere 7000 bushels of corn in the bnildini! hotit beln a totul loss and a car and a half of ineal withing shipment and a carload of com Blaudins on a switch of the .Missouri Facific track wore also totally destroyed. Mr. Hobertson of the firm says the loss is $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

v: TERRIiLL ! Tin: .irwiK Aiii mi lk' AlUflVKATM'KINNKV south tkxas. I I ANOTUKit AMI.K AMC-HAI!Af 1 K!:- ivrif Ainisi-.'-Ai!t" r.t or j (oiJi'iiit viK powki:. ! vK..r. Mnv ?'.- 4 '!-" "I-rr-ti riv"'1 t""" I t'an earlv i.iir 'eferdv ni'.rniiii.'. '"' d..rs--i J ";.- adW i.. t!..r...i'. I..r.ns A oftl.- !"" and cuMy : I .-'! ith i in.-t.Tiv rrr.ni.-.t ..f the -l of fir. ...I wu -.r him ""l':"'rt ."' ' vr iHr.-t..(.T viol.ntiy opposed i.i'". ' l""" '- ".. duty f lii-l.tl-0 topr-tci vete- mw '' MhiU I understand how n-n ruhidify hi" been .1.1.-1 by class l-i-i-Ui."" until '"''' M threaten-.! hut the man w rio thin.-lo d-troy individual wealth -i'l'-r by r w- Ifftfp.'l . dreaue'r ami no ffi-n'l "' ulx'"u' ''!' same law w hich prole t II- farmer n Itn li.m.M Jii.ii- must - strong enough to iih1- '"' wealth of the Vanderbllt-. or there Is no ' any of 0-. Jar (ould .truck 1 1- keynote t un safety 'when I - am n Aii-ri. an m"en.' 'i 1- tr- friend of tl- Ul-.r J'" 1-arrn him how to no vol" a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUXK 3 1SSG. J :1 4V F O K SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION anu DYSPEPSIA u s lil - DR.-C. McLANE'S .CELEBRATE!) LIVER PILLS PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURG- PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The Counterfeit are:imU in St. Louis. Mo. BARLEY m k l t ... .-tj j tn t. It does ot contain one drop of impure orl. Being a .. . .m i. i M...K mirrinlcni. iarley Malt wnnKv psoro i....... - i.id i a fine tonic frr use in malarial sections. 11 re.-tly prevent attack of Pneumonia. A splenoma Smi UV h.n and feebleness. Most excellent t .nrl nuntt for home use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distillers. LouisvMe. Kt TD IS CQ I o Uj J ;'D BROWN'S. a I CJP 2 ( -MAfll BY J '-t KCHA5CT t ijlyj 4 DID WE LIVE BEFORE t HOW THE THEORY OF PRE-EXIST. ENCE HAS TAKEN ROOT. minablo period. And then did you ever t.hlnlr of t.ha nnfuimfVK nf divHill OI1P lif into thirty or seventy years hero and an eternity on the other side of the grave! It ..f rr. fait ...lintr-a Th.l n.ilv .i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 1886. WEEKLY STATES3IAN. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION". DAILY. jo month f l"' VL mimttia titxmnntha Tweheniootht H'-1" THE DKOITH. Advices from nil sections in north west and south Texas indicate that unless rain comes inside of a week or ten days the corn crop of those sections may be set down as a total failure. Even with rain now it would probably be cut short one- balf. In fact it begins to look very much like the great ninety days' drouth whi -h fact that such a Cerberus and custodian of the public's money can not locate any crookedness except for one short period. If Colonel Hwiiin is the corrupt otlicial that the article alluded to tries to make him out. then his whole administration should be aivtor.'.ted witn traud and cor ruption and instead of five dollars bein the damages laid rive thousand would be the amount. According to Mr. Brown. Swain and Boss Tweed would make a fine pair. A complete review of the whole article shows nothing and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 3 1SS6. Laurel and cypress. rrilE Muus ajjuii'j. DEAD 8PA' Tilts cliao-m. WHICH SWOUD AND BAYONET COULD NOT BRIDGE. JrilE BLUE AX D 111 BOllAl A. HAU. MON'IOUsJTEXTURE-I'ATUIOriC UTTERANCES AT Til E CEME- TERIES A PEACE FOlt THE DEAD WHICH LIVING THEY CRAVED IN' VAIN. Decoration day broke upon the citizens lif Austin clear and bright. Not a cloud (dotted the horizon or the concave above. and the age of some of its membership kept well its place ia line throughout the fatiguing march. lue carrtHge containing Gov. Ireland Hon. John Hancock and Prof. J. J. An- derson the latter two being the orators des ignnted for the state and city cemeteries respectively may be 6aid to have closed the organized procession proper. Pri vate vehicles containing state county and city official and citizens generally stretched out in the rear of the proces- sion for a distance of three blocks the united whole forming a continuous line from the head of Congress avenu...

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

6 WEEKLY STATES3IAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. LKOIHLATUBK. AT the request of liU personal and political friend Mr. Frank M. Maddox has consented to become a candidate before the democratic county conventii-n. of Travis county fur nomination a a candidate for tlio twentieth legislature to iere-cnt said county in that body. Ci ENTLEMES: Yours asking nie to become a candidate for the JegiUnre had l-en received. I (el gratified at a petition so numerously signed and I here express my grateful acknowledgements to each one of you. In aerordanre with your re- quest I hereby announce uiy-elf a randidate for the twentieth Jegi-lafur- subject to the action of the democratic convention. Your obe.lieut servant E. T. Mooiik. Akstin March .1 InnI. Messrs. John Ilevil Joseph Koger- I.em Wood ward and irthers: GENTLEMEN: In at.swer to your request resented to me a lew days since solii itlng me to Become a candidate tor th twentieth le'i-liilure I will nay that 1 uppre. iate the honor thus conferred and while...

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