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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

: i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 3 1SS6. 4?S orchitis frequently assumes a very dangerous character aud prompt measures are re- quired to arrest its progress. Aycr's Cherry Fectoral soothes and heals the irritated tissues and cures this malady when all other remedies fail. "Two years asro I suffered from a severe attnek of Bronchitis. The physician at- tending me became fearful that the disease would terminate in Pneumonia. After trying various medicines without beuefit he finally prescribed Ayer's CherryPectoral which relieved me at once. I continued to take it and in a short time was cured." Ernest Colton Logansport Ind. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles $5. A MYSTERY. STILL FURTII KR IX V ESTIMA TION" INTO A DARK AND FEARFUL CRIME. CON'TIX UKI) TESTIMONY CONCERN ING THE JIURDEIt OF El'LA PIIILLll'S SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE. When tho state resumed its lesiiraony yesterday morning Mr. George McCutch- eon a well-kno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 June 1886

8 GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING O.VJN TIIK )KlA I'T.M KV j'?. AN KIMTOMK OK WIIIT 'A K.VIIVK1) AT Til K ( AI'ITo!. YKS IT.ItI.VV. DKl'ABTVtXNr OF KIIUCUI'I. The Behind districts. cn iri-in the cities of Huiit.HvilB nu.l M jxia. H!J !e.ir RlwtraKt censm ro rtH in tlie ollicti of Ntnta riuneriir.emleiit linker yc.sterd:ty. They hIiow the filmin;': City of Mexiu. while male chiliieii within the scholastic (ieu lli'i; white females. l.!''; colored milieu. r't; ciliii'i'il female HI; total white and colored. Jill.'!. City of Jlunt.sviile. white males within the sithiilastio nut- ."; while femiili-s vilnreil nn-.les. (ill: oloroj fciii.ilurt. ' total white mid colored 27. In the .Mexift Hehoul district tho present hIiows ii Kfiiti upon the last scholastic year of 7H. Tlio Hnntsville district jfimw Tlie former comprises Hi. nil colored who nro notable to nad; the latter 17 of which It! are colored mil 1 w hite. The i'linola c unity mid D.illus city Hchool district census reports were receiv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

EEKLY TE vol. xv. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 18S6. NO 29 A STA SMAN 4 00 SI arte n is lent !;r.g at n e to s i ciiii vc tiH v-V rirh irs. iont t in Y. EDUCATIONAL COMMENCEMENT OF THE t-jO LTTU W KSTEUX UNIVERSITY. jot: P. H A X N ON 'S UROT1I ER-NE ffS ROM i. J'ASO A1D OTHER TEXAS POINTS. Sp-jciul T iU iViim to The Statesman. Gi.okiiKtow".' June 8. Monday afternoou the conest id declamation for tun H. N Graves gold mclji tool; place. Pnyer was offered by Rev. llr. M.irrv ft iS'iu-' was' sung when tlia speaking oegaii. Tin following were the speakers and llu'ir huli.ircis: T. J. ..itn-lces Walker county "Speech on tho Tri il i'i a Al'inl-n-r." J s. mraia McLennan coimtv "Death of Ben Hill." 1. K. ll.item.in Tarrant county "Reguliis to the Oartliagcuimi-i." MUSIC. M. R.T.Davis of Ellis county "Specimen of the Kliiijneiice of James Utis." A. ilult Tavlor county "Lost Soul." Ii. M. Jilc.i.'uiluugh jr. Falls county "The Fire- man' Prayer." .M. M. .ni.ean Williamson county; "The St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 10 1886. THE MARRIAGE OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND MISS FOLSOM AT THE CAPITOL. INCIDENTS OK THE KliKMONV- TIIK TOILETS AND Til K FI.O- HAL DEC OH.VTION S. "iVakiiini.toS June -.. Ylii-s Kolsoin arrived (afelv in Witeliin;.-tmi shortlv alter n: ju this niorn- iui: and was met by lol. I.amont. Then- were many ierons In the deiml when tin- train arrived. The train was composed ot fourcar and President Roberta' in ate car.the latter occupied liy Miss Pol- sum and part v. Miss Folsom presently alighted bhe was dresi-ed in black anil wore a wrap of same color In protect her from the morning air; stylish hat trim met! with white aud black ribiions ami black kid gloves. She 1m of mi'tlhim size and her manner w an shy and riwrwl. him wan escorted bv Colonel I.amont to a rarria e and driven direct to the White House where was .Mrs. Kolsom who wan dressed in black and looked a little tired and Mrs. Rogers of f-yracuse. The conductor who was Inchsrge of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JUNE 10 188ft 5 MOTHERS who discover any M'iis of impurities iu the Mood of their children should bo prompt iu the use of proper remedies.' The neg- lect of tuck care for young girls is the primary cause of most of tlio diseases which afflict women. Mrs. Harriet II. Battles South Chelmsford Mass. writes: "My daughter 12 years of age lias suf- fered lor the past year from general debility. A few weeks since we com- menced giving her Ayer's Sarsaparilla I'.nd her health has greatly improved.'1 Mrs. F. T. Robinson. Terliins st. Soracr- villc' Mass. says : " Mothers should use AYER'S Sarsaparilla in their families. It is invaluable to girls between the ages of 10 and 14 years." Sold by all Druggists. Trice $1 six bottles 1J5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co. Lowell ' Mass. U. &. A. NO FEE in ESTABLISHED 1851.1 8 1 I Lo Until Better JsT.LOVisMO.Jcu8t St. The Begular Old-Established I PHYSICIAN It 3UBQE01I Is still treating with the greatest SKILL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

. ' t ttcttv wrvvrv ct a TircAt i v TTTTrRST) A Y. .TIINE 10.1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. K.VTE1 OK Sl'HSCHIl'TIOX. DAILY. 'fiu .nnnth $ l.mi 5.(l 1UI TLree mnth 8li months Twelv months WKKKLV. months Twelve months lut'.uimiv IT ADVANCE. Pcnrtaip frw to all part of the tult-.l StaU and Kmittiy draft on Au.'.in. I'. 0. money order portal note. registered Mter or Murr.-.y copies M-nt tree on uppili .on. All Papeii- IIimosiini ko at thk Kxpiiiaik - w Tmr PaiII mH. Huhecrlliera will I'leaee observe tlie (lute on theii wrappers. tiuhscriliers winning address of pajH-r channel will state In their applic ation itoin in om .m u.-- iddress. Xf K. A. SCOTT Is iu charge of the dty ul) cnption department of Tiik (matkhmak and all TOinplalnU or nodies of change given to him or left at this office will have prompt attention. BiibcrilM who do not receive their paper regu- larly ate requested Ui notify the onlce. Cairlei- oy are not allowed to "ell papers. STATESMAN rniMSIIIN" CO. W. I' liAiNK" .'reside...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JUNE 10 1SS6. 5 AYER'S Ague Cure contains nn antidote fur all malarial dis- orders which so fur 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 liy as it was before the attack. VTE WARRANT AYER'S AGUE CURE to cure every case of Fever and Ague Inter- mittent or Chill Fever Itemittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever and Liver Com- plaint caused by malaria. In case of failure after due trial dealers are authorized by our circular dated July 1st 1882 to refund the money. Dr. J. C.Ayer&Co. Lowell Mass. bold by all Druggists. ADDITIONAL RETURNS. THE RESULT OF THE lTYTClATniil HELD AT RURAL POINTS. Within the limits of precinct; No. 3 outside of the city are three voting places Pecan Springs Govalle and Sei- der's Spring and at the two first named primaries were held Saturday with fol- lowing res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 10 1886. ft WEEKLY STATESMAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. LEGIKLATUUE. A T the request of hi personal anil political il- friends Mr. Frank M. Maddux hao consented to become a candidate liefore the democratic county r..nvanil.-n i.f Tri.vls ronntv. for nomination as a candidate fur the twentieth legislature to it-present laid county In that body. f" EXTLEMKN: Yours askim; me to becomes J eandidat fortlie legislature has lieen received 1 f-el L'ratinml at a petition numerously signed and I here express my grateful acknowledgements to each one of you. In accordance with yourro quest 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the twentieth leulnlatilM subject to the action of the democratic convention. Your obedient servant E. T. Mooue. AsuriN March 5 1M. Messrs. John Hevll Joseph Koyers I.em Wood ward and others: GENTLEMEN: In answer to your request presented to run a tew days since soliciting me to become a can lidate tor the twentieth legislature i will say t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

AUSTIN 'WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 10 1886. F O K SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION and DYSPEPSIA IJ S JE DR. C. McLANE'S CE L E 1$ It ATE I)- LIVER PILLS PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURGH PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The Connterteics aremade in St. Louie. Mo. UlALt WHISKT. fch in flavor mild and elegant in taste. It does at contain one drop of impure ori. Being a genuine iarley Malt Whiskv it possesses rmich nutriment ind is a fine tonic for use in malarial sections. It urej-tiv nrevents attacks of Pneumonia. A splendid A '.onic for weak limes and feebleness. Most excellent I r drinking and purest forborne use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distiller. Louisville. Kr CO Q-H C3 CD CO .rH P CO ft . Ji s 5 f-KCHASOlCl ilniuwr lw)) BROWN'S. Jill AUR&NTII Host of the diaeasea which afflict mankind are orifrin- albjr caused by a disordered condition of the L I V E R For all oomplaints of this kind such as Torpidity ol the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia Indiges- tion Ir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 June 1886

r rrrnif A XT fTTITTrCr V TTTVP. If) THURSDAY. JUNE 1886. W . . 1 J i i f t i Mi i ' ' ) i ! !i f ) i'-l ! ' hi 5 I i i: '. u "V i ' ' f i i v li GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING OX IX TIIK DKPAUTMKXT.. AN EI'ITOME OK WHAT WAS LK.YKXKD AT THE CAPITOL YiXTKKD.VY. DKI'AUrMKXl OF lil'ATH. The following charters of iueurporiition were tiled ia tlie olliee of the secretory of 8t;ite yesterday: First I3ii)l ist church nt Midland Tex. with J. J. McCulloiitfh C. V. Cmfl H. C. Getty Jan. H. Barron mid T. M. Maddel bh incorporators. Mechanics' cluh lit Burnet Tex. for literary social mid muscular development. Incorporators: J. W. Burke 0. Mahoney. riAnrirfl McKlllirllt. Jj. lJUSlZll) 0. "IISUI1 John .Smith Jameg Edwards 1'eter Herir;- ner Otto Boerner and II. J. smitn. Alvarado Holler Mill and Elevator com- pany Alvnrado Tox. with a capital stock of ifLi)()tltt and the f llowiiiK named in- corporators: O. W. Cotton J. M. Hill M. Lansour . H. Taxton A. M. Morgan J. 1. I'osey W. T. Brewer and ('. 1'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

TATE .VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JUNE 17 1836 NO 30 ITS' WEEKLY SMAN r GALVESTON. FULIi PAKTlCUI..Vr.J5 OF SUNDAY NIGHT'S STOIIAI AND DAMAGES. XilE WAVES OF THE GULF LASHED INTO ILliY 11V THE "WIXLS. Sosi'i'd T.'legram to the Statesman. (i vLVKsviiN June 14 Ods at the. (waviest sturms lhat ever visited lnuvesion leia-ul at tbir- reascn of tiin year jot tu at siiiibou n last evening mid rug'-il furiously all ulght. Tin wind bleu directly from tue east. Torrent of rain fell dur- ing the night liy niidiighr the wind had blown 111- waters into tliii liy I'.iitil the do. ks were neariv submerged. At the east end and op the gulf side of the island thirwaies washed Ihe shore vvitk alarm- in a fury encroaching further tna.i at any lime since the cre.it Hood of Iso.-. .About 4 o'clock tnis morning the tale readied I its height blowing fitly-live miles an hour for nearly Wo hours lUylig'.it touuti the city closely s.irroiiudcd on all shies' by angry wii"iH. 'i he docks were now sunuierge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

AUSTIN WTTKTA STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 17 1886. 01 M! ! ! ; i : i i I I III i t !! ! 1 r I! ' A HORROR. THE ROHBEIIS' CAVE CON' TIN'UES TO GIVE UP ITS SECltETS. JTUHTHEll IJEVKJ.Ol'MEXTS (ON CERMNG A KAKK CICIM E THE 1MTTS GANG. fcoecial Teli'LTm In the Statesman. Bai Antonio June 12.-Anoth.-r chapter In the great Helot sensation u enacted hi morning Iie- lore the llexar county trara jur.v mm the allewd remain of Fra'ik Harris were exhibited haviui! beeulirouiiht here to day in a coffee tal k. J he skeleton is in (food slat of preservation hut a portion of the lower il.'ht jaw anrl the front portion of the skull are (.'one.. Over the riifht eve- soc ket Is the evident marks of hullet holes. The bones of the 'ei;s re covered with a pair ot panie which have been recoirnl.ed aa belli;; of the same color and texture ax the coat which llnrri- wore the last day lie was seen alive and wiikii ne leu at Brannon'a'lionee w hile lie started on the Journey which ended bo fatally for him. Later...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. .VJUNE 171886. ! r Headache Often indicates derangement of the digest- ive and assimilative organs. Persons afflicted with this distressing complaint may be relieved by the use of AVer's Tills. "I hSve used AyerVnillg for Tleadache to which 1 am predisposed and they in- variably relieve me of all pain." C. Webber Manchester N. H. "AVer's Tills are the best remedy I ever used for the cure of Sick Headache". They help me when all other remedies fail." Ida Skinner. 304 Thirleenth St. N. AV. Washington D. C. "Ayer's Tills invariably cure me of tho headache." John Stell Gerniantown Ta. "I have suffered for years from Sick Headache and have never found a remedy like Ayer's Pills for sure and speedy relief." R. M. Coan Kockford HI. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass. Sold by all Druggists. NO FE E 1 1 ESTABLISHED 1851. B I I Lo Until Better) 8T.LOxns.MoJcu8t St. The Begular Oli-Eitabllshed PEYSICIAN & 3TOQEQU b still treating with ths gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

- 4 7 " -AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JUNE 17 1886. ( r in l! I i WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. '.no month Three month.. tlx month : welv months. $ l.l" t.'M :.! lO.tti WEEKLY. wonthK tlv month .S.I !.(. Invariably i ivase. Poetise free to all parts of the I'liiteU btntes and Cinao Remit by draft on Ans'.in. P. O. money order postal note. reirietered letter or exir-San.i)ie copies sent free oa appllfa'.on. All Papeiis Discostini eb at the Exiiiiatiom or tub Time Taid run. Suhscrliwrs will please observe the date on ineir wrappers. Suhecrlliers wlshlne address of paper changed will state In their appllmtion both the old and new ddress. un. F. A. SCOTT is In charge of the city sub crlptlon department of The Statehmah and all complaints or notices of changes tfven to him or left at this office will have prompt niienuun fiabscrlliers who do not receive their paper regu larly are requested to notify the office furrier- toy are not allowed to sell pape...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JUNE 17 1SS6. Absolutely Pare and Unadulterated. HOSPITALS CURATIVE INSTITUTIONS INFIRMARIES. Ano Prescribio by Physicians Everywhere. CURES CONSUMPTION HEMORRHAGES And all Wasting Diseases! DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION MALARIA. TUg ONLY PORE STIMJLAM' For the Sick Invalids. CONVALESCING PATIENTS AGED PEOPLE Weak and Debilitated Women. For sale by Druggists Grocers and Dealers. Price. One Dollar per Bottle Sold only In sealed bottles and none genuine ex- cept Bacb aa bear our trade-murk label oftlieoldcliemiut u ftbovo and the untne of company blown in bottle. (Jj'PerionaeHetofthe Bocky fclountalos (except the Territories imable to procure It from tbelr dealer run have HaM Dozen Rent Id ptftln caxe unmarked Kx prvi charges prepaid by remitting Six DoUari to The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. Baltimore Kij TREMOULET. LAQARDE A CO.. New Orleans La.. bj Sclliuj Agent for LoaliUna Texas aud J&MlaiJppU fetid 9-eent stamp for our Unfailing Consumption Fwv ulatcoiutt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 17. 1886. 6 II. i ; : j i i . i n ! I: J V v i ) WEEKLY STATESMAN ANNOUNCEMENTS. . LIOIHLATUBI. AT the request o( his personal and political friends Mr. Frank M. Maddox baa consented to become a candidate before the democratic county convention of Trails county for nomination as candidate for the twentieth legislature to lepresent aid county in that body. 1 ENTLEM EN : Yours asklnz me to becomo candidate for the legislature has been received I feel gratified at a petition so numerously signed and I here express my grateful acknowledgments to each one of you. In accordance with your re- quest I hereby announce myself a candidate for the twentieth legislature subject to the action of the democratic convention. Your oliedlent servant E. T. MooitE. Abstw March 5 vm. - Tessrs. Ji.ha Bevll Joseph Rogers Lee Wood- i ward and otuers: GENTLEMEN: In answer to yr.r request hi-uoni .1 tn me a few dava since solii lliti'' Tim t become a candidate for the t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JUNE 17 18S6. F O H SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION asd DYSPEPSIA ' U S JE DR. C. McLANE'S JOHN YOUNG GOOGH'S VIEWS. WARMLY FAVORS TERRELL AND SAY'AIN. -CELEBIIATEI LIVER PILLS PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURG PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The Coimterteita uremide to St. Louis. Mo. W A L t' WUI9KY. .Ich !n flavor mild and elegant in taste. It does ot contain one drop of impure oH. Being a genuine iarley Malt Whisky it possesses much nutriment tiid ts a fine tonic for use in DOES NOT BELIEVE THAT A RE- CENT DECTSIOXJ. OF THE COURT OF APPEALS "WAS SOUND LAW. malarial sections. It Matt nrwnn attacks of Pneumonia. A splendid Honic for weak lungs and feebleness. Most excellent r drinking and purest for home use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distillers. Louisville R.T. EC CD CO l-l p r CO TlrUl O Uj CO 0 o Q 0 Galveston News. Ex-Senator John Young Gooch of Pal- estine is visiting Galveston. Mr. Gooch is one of the smartest politicians in the state ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JUNE 17 1836. 8 GOVERNMENTAL WHAT IS GOIXG ON IN THE DEPARTMENT. AN KPITOME OF WHAT WAS JKAKKI AT TH K C AIMToL VESTKItDAV. OVPABTMEST OF EDUCATION Tueuuiiur' iit of education yesterday received the following scholastic census renorts: Burnet county Total number of white children 2M2 if whom !5 cnniiot read; total number of colored clildren 21 of whom 1 cHiinot rend: total number of children 2023; total number last year 2.341. Gregg county Total number of white children (557 of whom iVi cannot read; total number of colored children 11(11 of whom 210 cannot read; total number of children 1818; total number lust year. 2.0C0. Kinney county Total number of white and Mexican children W)4 of whom 10' cannot read; totBl number of colored chil dren 62 of whom 10 cannot read; total number of children (JM; total number last year 022. Somerville county Total number of white children 81)4; total number colored children 2; totnl number of children 8'.)(i all of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

!ESMA AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 24. 1836 NO 31 vnr. w. EEK AUSTIN STA! W Tl Hi STORM. FULL. PARTICULARS OF THE CYCLONE AT MAXOR AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TERRIBLE DESTRUCTION OF property-some of the casttal- T1ES AND INCIDENTS. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Gkokoktown. June 21. Latest advices confirm the npprelieti-dons that the country east and south of hero suffered most from Saturday night's storm commencing at Corn Hill twelve miles from here. There too Baptist church and hardware store of T B Terry were blown down. The storm took a windin" southerly course of about one mile in width devastating everything in its path com- pletely d'tiiolitliing no less than twenty or thirty bouse;) aud barns. Between here and Corn Hill none escaped hel B wrenched from their founda- tions and more di less damaged. But the twenty or thirty mentioned were completely shattered the whole lot alitv being strewn with fragments of fur- niture and p irts of buildings. Strong timterB were bakon and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

V GREER COUNTY THE COMMISSION DFX'IDES ADVERSELY TO THE STATE. PRACTICAL EFFECT OFTI!EFM- ISO OS LOCATED VETERA CERTIFICATES. Special Teleifram to the Statesrpan. Four Wobtii. June t!t.-Th" ""'"" -I !'! iilin at Austin on the 1Mb ""in1 .TL. him- Your corresoondent is enabled to P "e the positive announcement tha lta comm"'inh c'yerwhelminijly decided that Greer county does not belong to the state of 1 exae hut that it is part and parcel of the land belor-Ving ti the federal government . Your ror respondent learns sub-rosa tjat the eomms- ion were aearlv If not unite unanimous In this conclusion. But that no official announcement can he mail until the report of the federal branch of the commission haa liean submitted to the secre- tary of war and by him approved. Cireer county has for Tears been by many people In Tciae considered part and parcel of the Lone Star state but a well-informed member of the commission 1b authority for the statement that there never was the smallest ground ...

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