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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 8 1SS6. I F O K SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION AD DYSPEPSIA -IJ S E DR. C. McLANE'S CELEBRATED vLIVER PILLS I PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. I PITTSBURG- PA. :be sure you get the genuine. ' The Counterteits aremade in St." Louie. Mo. err .3ag . L T L. WHI9KY. Ich In flavor mild and elegant In taste. It does 3t contain one drop of impure oil. Being a genuine - .arley Malt WhisVv it presses much nutriment tod is a fine tnnic fir use in malarial sections. It grestly prevents attacks of Pneumonia. A splendid tonic for weak tunes and feebleness Most excellent ir drinklne and purest for home use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distillers. Louisville. Kv. v. i Uj CO CD r o Q CO r-i o CO MAM BrV' f-HCHASOlCfl H'D BROWN'S. m Most of (he diseases which afflict mankind are origin- ally caused by a disordered condition of the L I V E R For all complaints of this kind Buch as Torpidity of the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia Indiges- tion Irregularity of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 8 1886. GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING OX IX TIIK DElAKTI KX'i'S AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEAKN'ED AT THE C AI'ITOL YKSTKHIIAV. EXKCUTIVE DKI'ABTMKNT. The governor yesterday tdgned 40.'! land natentn. of 040 acre eacn. ne amo re oeived the uttnnl batch of petitions asking Dardons. The governor yesterday received peti tions from Jeff Cain and Davb Brady convicted at the last trm of the Travi county district court asking to be par do ted. He also received the usird budget from other portions of the state. DKI'ABTMKNT OF EDUCATION. The following circular was issued yes terday by Superintendent Baker: AusTiN.Texas July ft lHHfi. I am authorized to appoint four stu dents for Nashville Normal college for term commuiiciiiir on the first Wednesday in October next to (ill the l'eabody schol- arships. Students will be required to take a pledge to teach in the public schools of Texas after graduating. Ap plicauts must be seventeen years of age and pass an exami...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 15 18S6. NO 34 THE LAWYERS. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE TEXAS B1R ASSOCIA- TION AT DALLAS. ADDRESS BY COL. I'EELEll-TIIE JUDICIARY BILL HEM ARKS BY EX-GOV. ROBERTS. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas July 13. The Texas Bar association met at the Dallas opera house at 10 o'clock this morn- iu". Hon. A. J. Peeler of Au9tin presiding. resent Dr. Cha. Moree secretary and ahout ISO members. . Action upon applications for bar membership was the first or.h r of business after which Mr. IVel-r delivered the annual address which was received ith enthusiastic appreciation: The following are extracts from the very able ad- dress of Col. Peeler: Gentlemen of the Texas Bar Association : With tlie hope of offering something of practical value I prepared aud caused to be generally circulated among the inciter lawyers and ollleers of the '"rtd throughout the state certain questions re- m to our jcdi-inl system and of vital concern ' to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 15 18S6. THE CAMPAIGN JUDGE TEKHELIi ENCOUN- TERS ONE OF HIS OPPO NENTS IN DE1JATK. GREEK MEETS tiKEEK-MvIM-FlI- IXTELL. EC TL'Ali (JLAI)IA T( K- 81111 DISl'UVKIJ. Special Telegram to the .statesman. Mrvti .Inlt- fc Thurn IIM M LTeat L'atlierlniT the Yieoi'ile of I-iiiii'?-tjrif romity at the town of TMovin Ni-.li.i- I whirl! Jnil'-'e Hancock .IllilfC I er red Lieutenant (iovernor .Martin anU other prom- inent candidates for public office wire invited to tlcllVKr addresses on t 1j - Miliiiral Jhsik-m of the liny Jilt;e Hancock was introduced in the very cour- teous and complimentary remarks liy Mayor Doyle .nniinnrlno him as a candidate for Iheliilleil States ienate. in response to which Juilt;e II uncock Paul: .t invu never before lieen announced as a candl date for the I'nited states senate nor announceil mvself for that position ; not that I do not prize It verv hi'dilv an an honor that any one mit;ht lie i.nniil of. and nroliahlv none found...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 15 1886. 3 For the Toilet. Ayer's Hair Vigor is indispensable to a complete toilet. It is an agreeably per- fumed dressing and renders tbe hair soft and lustrous. It stimulates weak and thin hair to renewed growth and restores faded or gray hair to its original color and beauty. "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a number of years and it has always given mo satisfaction. It is an excellent dress iug prevents the hair from turning gray insures its vigorous growth aud keeps tlie sculp white and clean." MAKY A JACKSOX. Salem Mass. " I had been pray for nearly ten years before commencing the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. Since using it my hair has been restored to its original color and very much in- creased in growth." ETHEL TROTTER Norfolk Va. " Several years ago I was afflicted with a humor in my scalp which caused my hair to fall out so that I became nearly bald. The use of Ayer's Hair Vigor cured me of the humor checked the falling out of hair an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 15 1886. 1 ) "WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. HATES OF SUlSCRITION. DAILY. One month $ 1.00 VUO lliuuiu - O'Jl Three months Kit month.. 5.0) Twelve months. 10.UO WEEKLY Six months Twelve months i ....... iv hi AnvANre. f .SO 1.00 Postage free to all parts of the United States and Canaoa Remit by draft on Austin. P. O. money order nostal note registered letter or eirss-Samule copies sent free o ai)!lcation. All Papers Discontinued at the Exj-uiation n nil Tik Paid roll. Subscribers will please observe the date on their Wrappers. Subscribers wishing address of paper changed rill state In their application both the old and new address. MB. K. A. SCOTT is in charge of the city sub fxriptlon department of The Stateshan and all complaints or notices of changes Riven to him or left at tills office will nave prompt aiiuuu. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- boys are not allowed to sell p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 15 1SSG. 5 DR. JOHN BULL'S Sfflitn'sTomcSyruD FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. The proprietor of this celebrated medicine justly olaimi for it a superiority oyer all rem- ediei ever offered to the publio for the SAFE CEKTAIN SPEEDY and PERMANENT onre of Ague and Fe ver.or Chilli and Fever wheth- er of short or long standing. He refers to the entire Western and Southern oonntry to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no oase whatever will it fail to cure if thedireotionsare strictly followedandoarried out. In a great many cases a single dese has been sufficient for a oure and whole families have been eured by a single bottle with a per- fect restoration of the general health. It is however prudent and in every case more oer- tain to oure if its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been oheoked more especially in diffioult and long-standing oases...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. - THURSDAY. JULY 15 1886. 6 WEEKLY STATESMAN UTIN TEXAS. TERKKLL AND TlIK RAILWAYS. "T'no uiaa who would encourage enmity to railways is an idiot for they are the great public highways of the people ho gaid Judtfo Terrell iu lii.t speech at Ross yesterday. He is not the enemy of rail roads but of the excesses of corporate power only. Let Judgo Terrell be clearly understood on this point and his position cannot be T.nre clearly defined than in the brilliant and eloquent speech ho made at H -ss sta tion yesterday. Tim mini who. especially in Texas could desire to destroy railroad? sertaiiilv an idiot. What would the state or its people be to-day without railroads? Where would all the smiling and thrifty towns teeming with industrious popula- tions wealth and refinement --that have arisen on our prairies be to-day but for the vast not work of iron rails thai have developed tho resources of Texas iu com paratively a few years? No Judge Ter rell does not wish to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 15 1886.' t FOR SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION AXD DYSPEPSIA XJ S E DR. C. McLANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS PREPARED BY . FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURGH PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE The Counterfeits sremade in St. Louie. Mo. Most of the diseases which afflict mankind are origin- ally caused by a disordered condition of the L I V E R . For all complaints of this kind such as Torpidity of the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia Indiges- tion Irregularity of the Bowels Constipation Flatu- lency Eructations and Burning of the Stomach (sometimes ctlled Hearthurn) MiaBma Malaria Bloody Flux Chills and Fever Breakbone Fever Exhaustion before or after Fevers Chronio Diar- rhoea. Loss of Appetite Headache Foul Breath Irregularities incidental to Females. Bearing-down apcW to' STflOIGEB'S AURflWTII is Invaluable. It is not a panacea for all diseases hutnurr all diseases of the LIVER mllUUHK. STOMACH and BOWELS. It changes the complexion from a waxy y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 15 1886. GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEARNED AT THK CA1MTOL YESTEItllAV. EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT. Governor Ireland and the penitentiary board left yesterday to inspect the iron furnaces at the Rusk penitentiary DEPABTMKNT OF BTATE The following charters were filed yes terday iu the ofllce of the secretary of state: The Sherman Opera House company of Sherman; capital stock 25000 The Eatrle l'aRS Ferry company of Eaifle Pass; capitnl stock 10000. The following charter was filed in the oflioe of the secretary of state yesterday: The American district telegraph com nanv. of Dallas; capital .0000. 1 he di rectors are James B. Simpson W. J. Kel ler A. H. Alford W. G. Veal W. L. Griggs D. L. Stuart. John C. Zerniz and V. 11. Cooper. The Farmors and Merchants bank of Paris and the Hed Itiver county bank of Clarksville also filed their semi-annual re ports yesterday. In the state department the First Bap tint ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

AXIS rm TATE AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 2i. 1SS0. NO 3 WEEKLY SMAN i r THE STATE. ;VA1X AND U RACK EN- III DOE VATC II IXG POLI- TICAL EVENTS. f.fll IDE AX BIG SPRINGS-A YOUNG LM)Y DRINKS LAUDANUM AND DIES. POR TERRELL. ispecianVlgram to the Stateeraau. HiiNUKinoM .Inly 20. Eii9k county has in- structed fur Terrell. tOU YELL COUNTY. Suzdal Telegram to the Statesman. Gai ksvii -i.k Inly 19. Coryell county lias en-ioie.-d lion. A. Y. Terrell fur United States sena- tor. TY LE3 FOR TERRELL. Special Telegram to the .'talesman. Wimidvim k J ily 19. This (Trier) county has In-trueied f'r Teirell whose popularity is great in ta t 'IVvh. (il!A) SOX FOR SWAIN. i'ecuit Telegram to the Statesman. Siii-.iiHAV. Julv 19.--A somewhat extended can- .") of the ( iia. fon county delegation to the state contention shotn that as Itettveen Stvuiu and Itoss a lnue majority iaror swain tor povernor. A HOT WAVE. Suerial Telegram to The Statesman. s.iN Anuui.o July 83. A hot ware is passing over the. I ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 22 1886.' GATESVILLE. TERKKLL llKLIVEKS A HOT PIIILMIMC AGAINST HANCOCK. CONVENTIONS 1IKM TH IMl'ilI- OUT THE STATE-rH-IT!CAL DRIFT. Hpecial Tele-Tarn to the Statesman. Oatki.vii.le. July 17.-.)udne Terrell e;ioke here this iiiormut: for twu nuis u lie discussed at length the tHriff and evp.-(l th- .. ..... .. .i .1.... ...... nirte lmwer ou the mil' hand am! the folly of vioI-ih-o as a remedy for any evil coy ueeiliiu: 'ortraf-izalion ami .ju.lK.io.... up oft ielwlh.tii.tliP i.uly remeilv f..r imiIic w r..ni:e .rruv l.ir nriyate ppus-rlv. iieleriliiK .to Juck'e HancocUiesald: -For two inniiths past tli na.ne ot .lorn llan.ock for the I uited Mat sen ......... i.- ...nn ruiiiifl at the masthead of ar Austin paper. Hi inlen!el randiiUy was not conceded and when the Travis county people amoni' whom we both live instructed for me bp was not hPpv I thnueht I caw symptoms of his discontent at Mexia where we Holii spone ihsi week hut It the run worm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY ?2 I8S6. AYER'S PILLS Are purely vegetable in their composition and thorough in their operation. Thry do not debilitate the Liver by excessive stim- ulation and are not irritating in their action. The importance of these Pilis in arousing the Stomach) Liver and Bow els to the proper performance of their func- tions cannot be overestimated. They will Promote the Appetite and restore health and strength to wf;ik and enfeebled systems. " For four years I was greatly troubled with Dyspepsia; part of the time so bud.y I could retain little or no food on my stomach. I commenced using Ayer's Tills dieting myself at the same time an 1 effected a permanent cure. I um now en- joying perfect health." THOMAS O. JENKINS.' Provincetown JIa.9. "For over a year I was afflicted with Liver and Stomach troubles and failed to find relief until I commenced using Aycr's Pills. Two boxes of these Pills have re- stored my Liver to a healthy condition and I can now cat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

apcti WEEKLY STATESMAN THUKSDAY JULY 22 1SS6. 1 I : " "WEEKLY STATESMAN. AISTIN TEXAS. KATES OF SUIJSCHIl'TIOS. One .aonth Three months Six months Twelve moutln.. .. f I."" i.vi v:i II'.KI WEEKLY. Bit months Twelve months 1 iNVAKIAIII.V IN MlVANCK. Postage free to all parts of the I uited States and Canaoa Remit hv draft on Austin. P. O. money order wtal note rerfslered letter or etprce.-Nimple copies sent tree oa applba'ion. All Pai-ehs Discostini'bh at the Expiration m the Time Paid roit. Siit.ecrll.eri! will please observe tlie date on tlieir wrappers. Sul.scrU.ers wishing address of paper changeu will state in tlieir application both the old ami new tddrees. Mil. K. A. bCOTT Is in charge of the city fill tcrlptlon department of The Ktatk-jian and all complaint or notice f clianea given to him or left at thii office will have prompt summon Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu larly are requested to notify the olll.e. Carrier boys are not allowed to sell papers. STATESM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

f ' ' ' ' AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY i'2 IS86. I 1! ' f i. "U rar. A. :iiBL iiu INVALUABLE FOB BTONS SUNBTJENS DIAEBHCEA CH AP- INGS STINGS OF INSECTS. PILES . SOEE EYES SOEE FEET THE WONDER OF HEALING! For Plies Blind Bleeding or Itch- ing. It is the greatest known remedy. For Burns Scalds. Wounds Braises Anil sprains it is unequalled stopping pain and healing in a marvellous manner. For Inflamed and Sore Eyes. Its effect upon these delicate organs is simply marvellous. It Is the Ladles' Friend. All female complaints yield to itB wondrous power. For Ulcers Old Sores or Open Wounds Toothache Faceache Bites of Insects Sore Feet its action upon these is most remarkable. HECOMMESDED BY PHYSICIANS I VSEB IX HOSPITALS! Catitioni POND'S EXTRACT hat been imi- tated. Vhe genuine hat the word) "POND'S EXTRACT' blown in tht glass and our picture trade-mark on surrounding buff wrapper. None ether it genuine. Alwayt insist on having POND'S EXTRACT. Take nt other prtparation. It V' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

G AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 22 1836. 4 "4w.: WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THE OUTLOOK. The prospects for Swaiu being governor of Texas brighten every day. The fol- lowvv' -.Utistics from Mr. E. O. Senter t;'iv!:.. correspondent of the Fort "Worth Gazette who has kept a close count and is familiar with the nuliject will eliow that Colonel Swain in not only not running behind but is gaining on his hief competitor. Mr. Sonter'n Htatixtics are as follows: Sixty-four counties have so far held conventions. Instructed for Swain six counties 22 votes; instructed for Kobb eight counties 20 votes; instructed for Martin three counties 17 votes; Bracken- ridge three counties 10 votes; Cook two counties 3 votes; Roberts one county 2 votes; Staytou one county 1 vote. Mr. Senter sums up the vote from the sixty-four counties which have already h'ild conventions as follows: Swain. Jtoss fi5; Martin f.0; scattering 48 hetween Giddings Brackenrulgo Cook Martin and others. Counties repr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 22 1886 J ; j I. 1?; t M 'I; I' i ' F O K SICK HEADACHE V " BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION AX J DYSPEPSIA -TJ S E- PR. C. McLANE'S -CELEBRATE! SLIVER PILLS i PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. I ! PITTSBURGH PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE "I The Counterfeits aremade in St. I.ouiB. Mo I i s Most of the diseases which afflict mankind are origin- ally caused by a disordered condition of the L I V E R . 3 For all complaints of this kind such as Torpidity of the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia Indiges- A tion. Irregularity of the Bowels Constipation Flatu- leney. Eructations and Burning of the Stomach (sometimes called Heartburn) Miasma Malaria Bloody Flux Chills and Fever Breakbone Fever .xnausnon Deiore or alter f ever Uhponio liar rhoea Loss of Appetite Headache Foul Breath Irregularities incidental to Females Bearing-down Lto. STADIGER'S AURANTH is Invaluable). It is not a panacea for all disease! bntf HDF all diseases of the LIVER will & STOMACH and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 July 1886

3 ' AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 22 1886. GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING OS IN DKPA11TMKNTS. Till AV FIMTOME OF WHAT WAS LEABXE1) AT Til K CA1MTOI YE.STKKHAY. STATK DKPABTMENT. The Preachers' Aid association of Texas with principal oflice at Grand berry. Hood county filed a charter yester day in the otlice of tho secretary of state The Inter-Republics Publishing com pany of El Paso capital stock $10000 tiled a charter in the oflice of the secretary of state yesterday. Incorporators: Geo 11. Loving W. E. Kneeland I. W. Field and Geo. C. Hunt. The company will publish a newspaper at El Paso and do a general printing business. The Paris Gaslight company hied an amendment to their charter yesterday authorizing the company to erect electric lights. The state department yesterday re ceived ofllcial notice of the organization of Greer county which occurred on the loth of this month. M antrum was elected county seat with the following county officers: E. B. Duke county judge; Lewis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 July 1886

TCP ii in AOL. XV. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 29. 1SS6. ISO 36 w SMAN HOUSTON. I flllE 1JA.YOU CITY COMES TO I THE FRONT WITH A SsUJClDK. t ACCIDENT OX THE RAILS NEAR ROt'KUAlE HUT '01COOY hurt. eclal Telegram to the Statesman. riotsroN. July Yesterdav Miks Mwt n adns'rious mechanic of this city Mas nrrestrd jtid plaied In the locK-up by the city oilieial? on i count of his being erased with drink lint liming when he was visited. by tiie j.illr he was mid ou a pullet near the west window foaming '. i tlif month and Ins heav v breathing and glassy ; -it are showed that he v m dying.' While your re- l Sorter was looking at the unfortunate his wile i n- J ft reit the. HMartiivetil . When she fl;iw the condition pi 'her fuijband she was overcome with grief and ber and industrious life. Aho.it the lirst of this t ionnth Mack became siir-p'ci )HS of his w; l Pevera.1 day later discovered that she had b (pfihthful to her msrital vons. His anger ife and neen uti- heeame foused and he whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 29 1886. FUKTIIEU DISCLOSURES IX THE C.REA.T PLOT TES- TIMONY OF TYPOS. SI'EKCH THAT FIELDEV MADE EN- DORSING THE PRINCIPLES OF SOCIALISM. ( Hii Aiio Jiilv 'il. The usual crowd was liresent at JudL'e tiarv's court this morning t.eo. i). Mil- ler wa the first witness. He In a member of the Are department lie says he found the three bombs which Seller int under the sidewalk when (riven ty l.inui.'. Tbeie were also some fuses on the ground. The bombs were found in front of uitnes' lieune. On ito-s examination witness said the house was about a mile and a half distant from ilavmar- ket and that from the appearance of the earth near by the homhs musi nave neen aoanuoneii ojr some one w ho nirew mem uown in a uurry. .Iiiies c. Wilder an attornev. knew Kielden. He saw bill) on the Lake Front laet fait Hiiil heard him address a crowd there. In the course of his speech Kielden said the workinumen were Instilled in olitaiiilnL' that which wa9 theirs and ...

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