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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXA TEEMS : Single Copy, per year ...... $2 00 Club of Tea. to oue Fostofflce 17 60 Clubs of Fifteen " " 25 00 Clubs of Tweuty " " 32 60 The proposed Tilden boom does not flow with remarkable force south ward. The exports of raw cotton, valued at S157.103.746 for the seven months ending January 31; 1883, has turned the gold shipments westward. Ex-Oov. DoBSHEiMER thinks the vote of New York will be cast in the nominating convention for McDon ald, of Indiana, for presidential candi date. The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette thinks it were better to let New Jer- Bey go as a Republican state than to attempt to hold her by. giving Kobe son a cabinet position. Senator Manderson, of Nebras ka, pronounces the high license law of his state the best liquor law in the United States. The new Missouri act is patterned after it. An electric mast in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is surmounted with eight lights of $4000-candle power each. By its aid the time by watch can be read with...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - - TEXA The New York Financial and Com niercia' Chronicle fixes the cotton fcrop at 7,04.000 bales. Evek'y tax should be so contrived :as to take 'out of the pockets of the people as little as possible. The Iowa Republicans have con cluded that the temperance issue in politics is a barren ideality. Mrs. Lanotky is going back to England. Wonder how Gebbie and the male Langtry will bariuoiJze? Chin music is as free as air in this country, and England will have to learn it. It is nothing like as bad as gun powder plots. The tariff is pronounced an al straction. Certainly nothing ab stracts so much money from the pockets of the people sis the tarifT. The Herald-News is satified that Major llurke will neither buy the Dallas Herald nor the Houston Age, The figures for each are too high for him. AMEiucAN pork knocks for admis t sion to Kaiser Wilheliu's dominions. The pork can well afford to stand ex clusion if sausage and ham hold out among his subjects. The metr...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

7s- 1 THK HIBLR, ' Kriiicniber that when sun and moon unite, J hey briuK eclipse instead of life Tlirvw thou no sliadow on that sacred page, lione faults, U faults, arc sanctlned by age. 1 f mote there be 'tis better so, 1 deem, Thau magnified by critics to a beam. Not very blind are they who are devout; Far Minder those who study but to doubt. Who see not, yet believe, have faith more true With old words erring than perplexed with new. Th.m Lit tliv Rtnriv tstk-p for kpen research: Those leave unchanged for households and for Sea Shell Mormnrs. The hollow sea-shell which for '-ars hath stood On dusty shelves, when held against the ear l'roclaiins its stormy parent, and we hear The faint, far inurnmr of the breaking Hood. We hear the sea. The sea? It Is thejjlood In our own veins. Impetuous and near. And pulses keeping pace' with hope and fear And with our feelings, every shifting mood. Ix! in my heart I hear, as in a shell. The tmuimir of a world beyond the grave. Distinct, distinc...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

i 4 1 f "J TIIU - STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. TIIUSItDAY - Al'Ii. 12. 1883 It is reported that ing to America. Farnell iscom- Ex-United States Attorney Bvens; it is said, is after Col Ilayne's place at Brownsville. J udoe McComas and wife, recently killed by the Apaches in Arizona were burled at Fort Scott. A little girl, not seven years old, the daughter of the editor, is a regu lar compositor on the Black Waxy. And straightway soinc of his ad niirinir friends are naming Judge Greaham as a presidential candidate, Col. Jim Buitton, of Sherman, and W. T. Haygood, of Jefferson, both want U be state railroad engi neer. ' It is estimated that tho loss in sheep in Texas during the severe cold snells of List winter was three hun dred thousand head. It was asserted in a uieetiusr m Boston the other day that intemper ance is niakins fearful inroads on women ',is it has done on men. And now the Fort Worth Gazette will be issued every day in the weeK. The management announce the step a necessit...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

! i J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - fEXA Smallpox is very prevalent in Xashville, Tennessee. Thirteen new cases in one day. The Tyler Courier, we are sorry to say, reflects a very general sentiment when it declares that "Governor Ire land is qot giving very general satis faction as governor of this great state." T ii ere is violent opposition mani fested in the coal regions of Pennsyl vania to the employment of colored men. A labor war will ensue if the colored laborers continue to come in. It is remarkable how lovingly the negra is received at the north. The Sherman Chronicle says: "If the state railroad engineer does his duty he will have his hands full, and if he makes honest reports of bad tracks, dangerous bridges, etc., his office may pro ve of incalculable benefit in the saving of life and property." Mb. Geo. EDOAB,the well-known Shakisperian scholar and actor, pur. potes a grand two years' season of classic drama throughout the United States. He will visit the principal theatrica...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

1' 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN-. TEXAS. THUSRDAY APR. 19, 1883 Ten ex -governors hold seats in the United States senate. - The Statesman . la inclined to think it will be McDonald in 1881. It is hinted that Mr. Newcomb may not be able to retain his lately acquired place at San Antonio. A dynamite explosion in a public place in Boston, about the time Lord Lome reached that city, was looked upon as significant. It is the prevailing opinion that the land league convention to meet in Philadelphia on the 25th inbtant will be controlled by wise councils. Mb. Tilden did not simply lose an . opportunity, but he gave up at an hour when courage would have won; and that, in our estimation, disposes of him. ' John Sherman's head is too long to allow hiiu to give up a certain term in the United States senate for a doubtful one in the executive chair of Ohio. ' - Doiian. the murderer of Miss Hat- tie South, at Pilot Point, has been ex amined and his bond fixed at six thou sand dollars. In default he ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

VARIOUS QUACKS. Who Kath with hit) own Pet Hrhrmr Cultivate the Field or Human Mature. There have always been quacks : legal quacks, theological quacks, scientific quacks and medical quacks. Some ol them are bland, oily fellows who argue and smile the world Into believing In their favorite bit of humbug. Others are pompous and preteutious parasites. But they make it pay. Men seem to love to be swindled., stipulating only that It shall be neatly done. The dear public are equally liberal to the electric and magnetic fraud. This fellow Is a genius in his line. He will put a niiignetic belt around your waist, a magnetic necklace under your chin, or lit you out with an entire suit of magnetic clothes, warranted to serve the pur- pase of ordinary garments, and at the same time to cure all diseases, from w hooping-cough to hasty consumption. . Most of these have nOTiiore electric or mag netic power about them than resides in woolen blankets or in girdles of sackcloth. Only when applied by ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1883

... 8 V- 7' THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. T1IUSRDAY APR. 12, 1883 PEKSOML. Ex-Senator Ferry i3 said to be re gaining his health. John V. FarwelL a leading citizen of Chicago, has his life insured for 8223,000. Ilerr Krupp, the gunmaker, is to found a town Neu-Kruppiiren for his employes. Charles De Lesseps, a son of the engineer, arrived at Jscw York from AspinwalL Prof. Gabriel Campbell, of IJow- doin college, has accepted the chair of philosophy at Dartmouth. Col. Iliireinson and Mrs. Julia "Ward Howe are each engaged on a new life of Margaret Fuller. Gen. Cruft, of TYrro Haute, who was worth about S2.7HXJ0. left no will. His property will go to his brothers. George IS. Eaton, the late Demo cratic candidate for governor, has become one of the editors of the Trov(Xew York) l'ress, a Democratic journal. Senator-elect Sabin, of Minnesota, believing that his duties at Washing ton will occupy a?l his time, has given up his large and profitable business at Stillwater. Mr. II. A. W. Tabo...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

) 1 V i - r THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - fEXA TERMS: Single Copy, per year Clubs of Tea, to one 1'ostotlke.. Clubtt of Fifteen " Clubs of Tweuty " " S2 00 17 60 , 25 00 , Si SO A man who gets tight generally ex periences financial tightness. Carter Harrison may try his strength as a gubernatorial candidate. Europe will probably have a con ference congress to settle the dyna mite difficulty. The liquor trials in Iowa are pos sibly the last struggle of the prohi bition principle. Missouri's new railroad law re quires twenty days' notice to be given before raising rates of freight or fare. It is sweet to die in a great cause ; but to mistake a penitentiary lease for a great cause must be the bitter est of dying reflections. Western politicians think the ap pointment of Gresham to the cabinet is part of a plan formed by Arthur and his friends to destroy Ben Harri son's chances for president. Harrison and Gresham are at loggerheads. It is predicted by a Wisconsin ex congressman that Keifer, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

7 r' Y THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXA Alabama has established a state jureau of agriculture. To add to Dorsey's troubles, ex Gov. Lilly, of Washington, has brought suit against him for dam ag s sustained by assaalt. A census, taken by municipal au thority, of Kichmond, Virginia, puts the population at 70,634. By the census of 1880 it was 63,600. Tue convict question has not yet been settled by the New York legis lature. They need a little Texas "get up and git" in the Empire state. The Jews in Great Britain ar6 said to have more children who can read and write, in proportion to their num ber, than any other denomination. The full text of the land bill, pass ed during the last days of the legisla ture, is published in another column. It has already gone into effect as a law of the state. Seven thousand men are now em ployed on the canal work across the isthmus. Of these two hundred were, the other day, reported in hospital and fifteen dangerously sick. Professional incomes in Germa ny a...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

V 3 r v t A, I if. i v s Little Havana, (Gould & Co.'s.) Zeolcied toy ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. NUMBER FOB NUMBER. PRIZE rOR PRIZE With 400 Additional prizes. Class 1128, MAY 9, 1883, ONLY 40,000 TICKETS AND liKM PRME8 HCIIKIX'JLE: 1 Capital Prize $15,000 y'I Capital Prize 4.000 -ja Capital Prize '.'.000 4 Prizes. 4fl0 each 1 ,60 8 Prizes. 9-0 each 1.B00 82 Frizes. lOOeacb 8,-ii0 1000 Prizes. 10 each 10,0i 9 Approximatloos to 1st prize, $100 each 000 9 Approximations to 2d prize. (50 each r 450 9 Approximations to 2d prize, too each . 450 ' 1124 Prizes as above, being the full num ber in the Koyal -Havana, and 400 Additional Prizes ol 5 each to the 400 tickets having as ending numbers the two terminal units of the num ber drawing the Capital Prize of 15,000 2.000 1,624 Prizes, amounting lu U. S. sold to $ tr.tfxi TicketM Ilalven 1. All prizes paid on presentation. For lufor mulion and tickets, apply to 8HIPSEY COMPANY, General Agents,' 1212 Broadwav. N. Y.CHy or 68 East Randolph at ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

V 5 77 1 THE STATESMAN.. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The cowboys strike in. "the Panhan - die may be regarded as a success. ''Away out there noje will dare at tempt to take their places. The postmaster general will short ly advertise, inviting proposals for printing the new postal rates, the specifications for which have been approved. The lay delegates to the next Epis copal convention of Indiana will, it is said, cast thrlr ballots for Bishop Garrett, now this state. missionary bishop in Senator Traylou is much en dorsed by his constituency. lie was a hard worker, having introduced nineteen bills, thirteen of which be came laws. Tub Boston Post, Democratic, com .plains that no Democrat who voted the regular Democratic ticket in Massachusetts in 1878 and 1879 has been named for any office by Gov ernor Butler. Delaware has increased the salary of her governor to the sum of $2500 a year. At the same price per square mile for figure-heading the executive of Texas would have an annual salary of abo...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXA DEPARTMENT NOTES. Things Seen and Heard Around the Offices. From Thursday's Daily. The c mut roller vesterdav deposited with the treasurer $11,243.27 to the credit of the general revenue fund, and $1500 to the common school fund. The governor yesterday appointed the following healtn omeers: ur A. S. Wolff, Brazos Santiago; Dr. T, S. Burke. Corous Christi: Dr. B. C, Hedges, Indianola; Dr.E.S. Weisiger, Velaaco? Dr. A. N. Perkins, Saline Pass. Also, A. L. Autrv. formerly of this city, inspector of hides and ani mals for Harris county. Capt. 8. A. McMnrray, who has been here recruiting for his company in Colorado City, left yesterday for his command. From there he is directed by the adjutant general to proceed to Fort Davis ana investigate ana re port on the informal rumors against the conduct or Lieut. usnespie, com manding Co. E, frontier battalion. The adjutant general is in re ceipt of a sample Kennedy carbine and a patent cartridge belt ana pistol hol...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The Minneapolis city council has raised the price of saloon license to $1500. Capt. "Whalley, a member of the British parliament, is looking around after a cattle ranche in Texas. The Salt Lake Tribune says that there never was a time when so many young girls were going into polygamy as at present. Prohibition received another backset in Connecticut last Friday, The legislature refused to assent to a prohibitory cunstitutional amend ment. Attention is called to f urther cor respondence between Hon. W. M. Brown and Gov. Ireland. A very pointed discussion of veracity is ap parent In the letter of Mr. Brown. There is a jack rabbit near Mo Kinney which has been chased sixty times by greyhounds, and yet the rab bit lives. The Sifters will have to go up there and look after his rabbit, ship. Tiie Belton Journal did not under stand the influences that control executive favor when it endorsed ex Comptroller Brown so unqualifiedly for the financial agency of the...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

39 niE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THUSRDAY APR. 26, 1883 The gush that goes up ia the press of the state over a were formal call upon Governor Ireland by Senator Coke Is funny indued. The estimate is that the use of postal cards has diminished the con sumption of letter . paper from 12, 000,000 to 815,000,000 a year. ' On the firstfApril there was in the United States treasury $130,277, 401.60 in gold coin and 854,475,412.30 in gold bullion; total coin and bullion, $184,752,713.90. The Mexican government denies the report that Americans can not Acquire land in that country. The error was so patent it was hardly worth denial. Word comes from Vienna indicat ing a desire in political circles in the Austrian capital for the United .States government to take steps to suppress Fenianisni. John A. Logan, it is stated, is now in training for the presidentiaf nomi nation in 1864, He trains under the Marquis of Queonsbury rules, and is certain of making a hit. An exchange aptly remarks that no...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1883

nn itni r TccTimnMV Fhiladklphia, Pa., Sept 6, 1882. Bop Bitten Co. I am T4 years old. have lived 34 years In Phil adelphia, and well kuown among Hermans. I have been troubled fi year with a white swel ling on my right foot, and getting worse every year, and very painful, and breaking out In hot weather. 1 consulted several doctors and they told me it was incurable and I would have to take It with me in the grave. Some time ago I lost my appetite, was costive, had headache, and lever, m lact was very sick . I saw in the German Democrat that Hop Bitters was what I needed. 1 got a bottle, took It one week and was as well again as ever, and to my greatest surprise right from the first, niy swelling went down gradually and I taking another bottle got entirely well of It. The wife of my neigh bor had two such swellings oo her legs and three bottles cured her. i think this is a great triumph for your bitters. JOHS Stoi.i., No. 4 Young's Alley, above Willow St. 8TIPFS1ULL, lND., NOV. 13, 1...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. TEEMS : Single Copy, per year $2 01 Clubs of Ten, to one Postufflce IT Clulw of Fifteen as o 32 so Clubs of Twenty Gen. Diaz Mexico. Is on his way back to The product of the great American porker is on the decline. O'Donovan Kossa makes an effort to caDture the land league conven tion. If it turn out as many anticipate, the czar's entertainment may be noted chiefly for dead-heada. The Llano Rural repeats the oft repeated story that paying mines have been discovered in Llano county. We hope it is correct this time. Tux San Antonio Times thinks that in the Brown-Ireland correspond ence the governor has placed himself in a position which invites criticism, The people of San Saba, as the News of that place indicates, are hopeful of securing the terminus of the Austin and Noth western railway, They also hope to secure the main western line of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe. The Statesman wishes a f ullflllment of all their brightest hopes. An exchange says: ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - TEXA John Sherman may be induced to run for governor of Ohio if he can le made to believe it would be a stepping stone to the presidential nomination. But what would a nomination be worth to him without an election. The land league convention was permanently organized yesterday. The introduction of Mrs. Delia Par- nell, " greater than the mother of the Gracchi," was the most notable fea ure of the session yesterday. The amount of bonds redeemed under the circular in regard to the prepayment of bonds embraced in the twentieth call is 81,513,550. Less than one-third of the bonds called have been presented for redemption' New York too has abolished prison contracfclabor, and it may be hoped that the governor of that state will not lend himself in resumption under such abolition to the same agencies that have controlled the convicts un der the contract system. The cultivation of the olive in Cai ifornia promises to be a great success. The trees begin bearing in ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

HIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS DuI'iik, April 28. Between one ami two o'clock this morning Springer & Tartly 's whiskey establishment was burned to the ground. Nothing was saved. Loss ultout $2100; insurance, $800. Springer and Charles Lawson came near perishing in the flames, thu latter losing 8(500. Jefferson, April 28. The man who committed the raping case was caught at Marshall, and is now iu jail. His name is Hunt. A flood ol rain has visited our sec tion, but the weather is clear to-night. Our opera house is newly and ele gantly furnished. Groesbeck, April 28 The small pox quarantine has been raised, and farmers from the west appear in town for the first time in weeks. The sheep owners organized to-day for the purpose of protecting them selves and enforcing the recent scab law of the eighteenth legislature. Weather favorable to farmers who are behind with their crops. fAPTTATT A nril 9. An nftomnf was made last night to burn up the courthouse. Quite a quan...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. From Thursday':! laily. DEPAKTMEST NOTES. , Thing Seen and Heard Offices. Aronnd the The Loving publishing company, of Fort Worth, tiled a charter yester day, with a capital stock of $100,000, divided into shares of $100 each. The i DurDOse set forth in the charter is the conducting and transaction of a general publishing and printing business at Fort Worth, and at other places in the state of Texas, to print and publish one or more papers, jour nals or periodicals. The incorpora tors and directors are A. M. Uritton, "Geo. li. Loving, W. L. Malone, John O. Ford and li. li. Faddock. The governor yesterday remitted a iudzment of- $XX). exct pt 820 and costs, entered against J. K. Aldridge, of Collm county, as surety, The comptroller deposited in the treasury vesterdav SlUoO to the credit of the interest and sinkins fund of the Sherman city bonds (Texas and -"Taciiic subsidy bonds), and $1852.40 to the credit of the interest and sinking fund of the McKinne...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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