Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on April 17, 1900 · 1
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TIN DAILY STAT ES MAN VOL. XXIX AUSTIN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 17. 1900. PWCE FIVE CENTS NEW BOOKS Arrived. Conquest of Mexico PrescotO 3 vols... $1.50 g i conquest of Peru (Prescott), 2 g f vols 1 nfl Chamber's Encyclopedia, 8 8 vols.. .. .. '.. ........... g.00 g The Great Rebellion (Headley), g , 2 vols.. .. .. 2.50 Edward's Great West 2.00 8 History of the , British . Turf, 8 (Rice).. "..", 2 00 S Hitchcock's " Analysis of the jfi Bible.. 3.50 h Cyclopedia of Methodism (Simp- j " .. .. .. A.uv History of India (Thornton) 6 vols.. .. , 10.00 Face to Face Wi , he Mexicans "3.00 Walter Scott's Wo. 1 vols. 3.00 f Ferdinand and Isabella "-eg-' & cott), 3 vols ..00 jj The Science of Railway (Kirk- 5 man) ..... .. 12.00 Cooper's Works, 10 vols.... 5.00 Bulwer's Works, 9 vols.. .. 4.50 The Floral Kingdom (Col. Plates) , 2 00 GAM MEL BOOK CO Austin. ...... Texas Time for Spring Clothes There is such a thoroughness about our stock of spring suits that it does not permit our specializing any one as most worthy. If we were allowed to make an exception it would be to mention those cheviot suits that come in the new shades of Oxford gray they are the "swagger" suits for early spring. New hats to go with the new clothes. Harrell ; Wilcox FOOL'S HASTE IS NAE SPEED." DON'T HURRY THE WORK UNLESS YOU USE APOLIO fi. J. BEACKEHKIDGE, Vice President EL PFAEFFIN, Assistant Ciihiet JAMES E. JOHNSON, President W. B. WOKTTIAM, Cashier. First National Bank OF 1I1CTIN TFYAQ II . II IMIA I .mill x A W hm AMI 1 iwi m.i mm R. J, BRACKENRJ OGE P. J. LAWLESS, DIRECTORS T.B, WORTH AH, , S. MYRICK, JAS. R, JOHNSON. What Is San Antonio Proud Of? A True Hottie Industry, ALLCthe'stock owned by SAN ANTONIO citizens. The LARGEST BREWERY in the Sooth. Last year' output more than tnyother brewery sooth St, Lou 250,000 Kegs P. L..11EYER. Apeat For ABStin. ELECTION RETURNS From the Primaries Held in the City and County Yesterday. SEVERAL CLOSE CONTESTS. The District "Judge and the Sheriff's Race Very Close With Walker and Davis Slightly in the Lead Returns Up to Four O'clock This Morning. Up to 4:15 this moning, when The Statesman went to press, only partial returns had been received from the county and city primaries. Only a few wafds in the city had reported completely up to that hour, atid comparatively few from the county, the counting being very slow and unsatisfactory in progress. From indications at that hour, however, it was a certainty that Bailey would carry the county in his senatorial race by a good big majority, possibly 1500 for the entire county. - As to local matters, the race for district judge between Judges Frank Morris and A. S. Walker, Jr., was assuming rather a rub the neck collar appearance with the indications strongly favoring the success of Judge Walker, and it is believed that his success can be recorded. Out of seventeen boxes heard from last night the vote stood 1257 for Walker and 120(3 for Morris. This did not include a partial count from the Seventh ward, which gave Walker 125 to Morris' 169. Walker comes out of the Second and Sixth wards, which are not counted in the above estimate, with fully 250 majority. The Morris contingent expected to come out of the Tenth ward with fifty majority. In conversation with Judge Morris about 'midnight, he stated that while he and Judge Walker had run very close in the city north of the river, that he expected to carry Sotrth Austin. The Walker people are confident from the unofficial returns last night that Walker would carry the election by about 500 majority and it is believed that said estimate is correct, as Walker expects to come down from the mountains with at least 200 majority, which are almost assured him from last night's reports. . In the matter of the county attorney race the contest seems to be close between Caldwell and Faulk, as out of the seventeen boxes e-ported, Caldwell has 1021 votes and Faulk 1004, with White polling 426., ' The race for sheriff is proving to be exceptionally interesting,' but late returns last night indicated that Jim Davis had the race by a good majority, the vote for the seventeen boxes reported, however, stood 1314 for Davis and 1207 for Corwin. It was made evident last night that Ed Buleson had downed Ham Metz for assessoras he was leading from 1319 to 1121 out of the seventeen boxes reported, and the strongest Burleson boxes were yet to be heard from, and it is expected his majority will be 1500. In the race for representative, D. A. McFall and Taylor Moore were clear in the lead, with respective votes of 1019 and 1137 out of the seventeen boxes reported. Anderson had secured 433, Brown 425, Cullen 762 and Maxwell 620. For state senator Judge Von Rosenberg showed every indication of having carried the county, though his vote over Dawson will not be so large unless his strongest boxes are yet to be heard from, as the vote last night stood 883 for Von Rosenberg and 823 for Dawson, with Yett polling 553. The Dawson people are confident that boxes yet to report will aid Dawson no litltle, and he may yet pull out. It was very evident last night that Judge Matt Johnson and Neal Begley would be the next justices of the peace, though no careful poll of their votes was kept. ' The report coming from Del Valle about midnight was that they would not be able to report last nigh, but every indication was that the aee there for district judge was exceedingly close and there would hardly be twelve votes difference between Morris and Walker. This box reported a lead of 100 votes for Corwin. Manor h A not finished her count the last heard from,, and it will not be reported until today. Where there was no opposition the ticket voted the full strength of the precinct. The race for county school superintendent between Day and Brady indicated that Day would be the winner by a fair majority. The race for hide inspector lay between Searight and Young, with strong indications in favor of the first named. WEBBERVTI LE. Following is the report of the vote for candidates having opposition: Governor Payers !)3 Lifu tenant Governor Browning.. .. , 97 Attorney general Smith.. .. .. n Comptroller Finley .. .. .. 78 Love 14 State- Treasurer Robbing .. .. 99 Land Commissioner Rogan 09 Superintendent of Public Instruction-Kendall .. 08 Chief Joist Ice Supreme Court Gaines .. .. .. 08 AwfCi&te Justice Williams 59 Associate Justice Court Criminal Appeals Henderson 68 Chif f Justice Third District-Fisher ,,. 98 Railroad Commissioner Curtis , 24 Morris IS Storey g3 United States Senator Bailpy.. ., .. , , ffi Chilton 8 For Congress A. S. Burleson gg State Senator Dawson 26 Von Rosenberg .. .. , i Tett,. .... ThH If-Kislature Anderson ................. 26 Brown .. 7 Cullen... fi Maxwell 7 Me Fall S3 Moore rs District Judcf!, 26ti District-Brooks 57 District Judge, Wrd District-Morris :7 Walker , 7i District Attorney-Warren J ;.- re .. 55 County Judge . a l noun County Attorney Caldwell.. .. .. Faulk., White District Clerk-Hart County Clerk Hornshv Shtriff Corwin ,. Davis County Treasurer Jourdtin , Duncan .. .. .. Tax Assessor E1. Burleson .. .. .. Metz.. .. .. Tax Collector Kaufman County Surveyor Grooms Lee.. School Superintendent Drady Day .. .. Hide ;ind Animal Inspector Johnson .. . , heariyht .. .. ,. Young' I ' FLU E G C! 1 J R V 1 LLTC. Following is the rt port of the for candidates having opposition: Comptroller Finley Love . . ..... Railroad Commissioner Curtis Morris.. ,. Storey ., United States Senator-Bailey.. ., , ' Chilton State Senator-1- Dawson ., .. .. ., Von Rosenberg., , Yett The Legislature-Anderson.. ,. .. ,., Brown.. . .. .................. Cullen Maxwell McFall Moore, ,. District Judge, 03rd District-Morris Walker., .... ., County Attorney Caldwell ... ... Faulk White , Sheriff Corwin .. .. ,. Davis ,.; . County Treasurer Jourdan ,. ,. Duncan , ............... Tax Assessor Burleson Metz.. .. , School Superintendent Brady Day Hide and Animal Inspector SeariRht v Youngr., .. .. .. , . SS . 65 . 22 . 7 97 . P3 , 28 . TO . 71 , :a . 97 . o . 97 . 9S . 32 , OS . 20 , 28 . 45 vote 8 29 40 51 49 17 77 11 34 13 36 17 65 43 46 65 E7 DS 15 44 63 m 32 30 81 51 58 3S 65 HORNSBY BEND. Following ia the report of the vote for candidates having opposition: For United States Senator Bailey Chilton For State Senator Dawson Von Rosenberg , Yett.. Thi Legislature Anderson., .. ,, Brown ,, ......,.,..... Cullen Maxwell g McFall . ?.l Moore.. .. 26 For District Judge, 53rd District Morris Walker ; For County Attorney Caldwell Faulk., ,, .. White , For Sheriff Corwin , Davifs , For County Treasurer-Duncan .. 1 Jourdan .. 2 For Tax Assessor Burleson , 36 Metz 12 Superintendent of Public Instruction Brady.. .. ., 26 Day. 24 Hide and Animal Inspector- Johnson 11 Searight 28 Young , 38 30 CRKEDMOOR. Following is the report of for candidates having opposltl For United States Senator-Bailey ., Chilton ., For State Senator Dawson .. .. .. .. Von Rosenberg Yett The Legislature Anderson.. Brown.... ., , Cullen ,, Maxwell ,,, McFall., , Moore ... , Judge Fifty-third District-Morris.. ,. .. ,. ............. Walker For County Attorney Caldwell .. Faulk.. .. ,. White For Sheriff Corwin Davis.... .. .. .. For County Treasurer-Duncan ., .. ,, ..,,,...... the on: vote S7 (5 3S 14 13 4 103 16 72 30 74 42 W 17 6 24 IT'S ALL RIGHT o buy a chep stove or range if you mly want it to look nice but If It Is o do good service and still look well nd do well, beware of ch pan nnoa A good stove can not be made cheap be- us it laises lime ana material to put t together and test it for possible de-ects bvfore sending It out. A really rood stove is like whlskv th g-eta the. better you like it. i nat s tn's way with Buck's. We are showing a new line of drcor- ted Austrinn china vpnr thin tiful shape. dainty decorations, looks ikb uivimna, mil a great aeai less in irice ask to see it whether you buy t or not. To couble to snow goods. No trouble to sell goods. No trouble to deliver goods. TEAn.UlPEN & SHUMATE., "The Peacemakers." fr ft So come down and see a pair it & vi !1 m H, R, BURT S 4 iii jjy 223 East Pecan Street. You Are Nominated of those vlct tanned Kangaroo shoes. They will ease your burn-ing feet after a hard fought campaign. PRICK, $3.50. They nt, 'look and feel like $5.00 shoes. ..!. t t the value of a telephone In your home, 7 WHY NOT TELL your friends? 4- IF TOU KNOW f If you don't know, Local Manager. V. ' ask the V, iS I ' 'J i Jourdan.. ,. .. , . r,& For Tax Assessor Burleson ,. 97 Metz 17 Superintendent of. Public Instruction-Brady 62 Day.. 65 Ilidrt and Animal Inspector-Johnson ,. .. ................ 4 Searight 11 Young , 102 CARL. Following is the report of the vote for candidates having opposition: For United States Senator-Bailey 27 Chilton 10 State Senator Dawson 7 Von Rosenberg 1 Yett.. , 22 State Legislature Anderson.. .. .. 5 Brown , , ! Cullen 5 Maxwell., " 9 McFall 21 Moore ,. .. 1 Judgei Fifty-third District Morris.. ,. ,. .. .. 34 Walker. ., .. , 5 County Attorney Caldwell .. i'4 Faulk 15 White , 2 For Sheriff Corwin .... 26 Davis.. .. , 15 For County Treasurer Duncan is Jourdan;. 27 For Tax Assessor Burleson .. .. .. .. 27 Met.. 14 Superintendent cf public Instruction Brad;., ., .. 21 Day 38 Hide and Animal Inspector Johnson 1 Searight.. .. .. .. 8 Young 30 PECAN SPRINGS. Following Is the report of the vote for candidates having opposition: For Comptroller Finley 28 . Love.. .. .. 34 ' For Railroad Commissioners " Curtis fi Morriss.. 15 Stoney .. .. . 37 United States Senator Bailey 30 Chilton.. .. ?4 For State Senator-Da weon ,. 25 Von Rosenberg 30 Yett.. 10 For State Legislature A nderson . , . . . . 7 Brown, .... . , 11 Cullen 32 Maxwell.. 6 McFall 19 Moore .. 51 District Judge, 53rd District-Morris.. .. .. .. 13 Walker.. .. .. .. .. f.3 For County Attorney Caldwell .. .. .. .. 3fi Faulk'.. .. .. .. 19 White 11 For Sheriff Corwin; 13 Davis .. .. .. f 48 For County Treasurer (Continued on Page Four.)

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