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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. J)Ex AKT.HOT OTE. WEDNESDAY. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Gov. Ireland yesterday received the resignation of lion. E l." Chambers as representative in the legislature from Collin county. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. The comptroller yesterday warrant ed for payments into the treasury of about 82000 for aecoaat of the gener- al fund. Payments have been small for some time. The bill for makinsr partitions in the hall of th) house ot representatives so as I o afford lecture rooms for the university was paid. Amount S'i'M 50. The assessment rolls of Denton Houston and Williamson counties are received. Those of Denton are not yet examined. Houston county shows an increase of about S3000 and Williamson about SI 500000. ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. Adjutant General King is in receipt of numerous communications about fence cutting and other disturbances soliciting the use of rangers in ways that are impracticable. lle;will prob- ably communicate his views and those of th...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

..Vv M .... r V -7' . : ' : - t - - 1 I M STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. v ndeli FiiiLLir-j i: for Ben .;smakk Hiibt to sick as reported. ' r rirun hoar and cannot give in vet. . f.sATOii Bayard has been ap- ' - "yi to to act as mediator between ;.V jarring Democratic actions of -' -" . irnt: Laredo Times exphias that its ;..-Xas of several days have own piled i liier by delays in the mails. The 7; .C-'vVsmas takes back what it said .' ' 'J-fcuterprise. The Saa Antonio city tax is twelve on the dollar with only eight : V for general purposes; and yet ;;. :.vpre8 thinks with a fair assess- ; -v this tax could be reduced. . ' 5n: bet-t way for the Democratic ?. to succee d is to make pure nom ima. Whenever it takes up f reed it gets fiaxed. D-sinocrats :- he led only by those who have uever falt-red. Tub San Antmio Expren appears . : o be satisfied that Wartield superin v. v dent of postal routes is exercising CysoD:il pique against the manage' ' it of the Southern Paci.it; railway l "P3tt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

r V i 7 I - hi r : 1 r if royal ivasa J XJ Site ITS. S mm Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel of u rity strength anil wholesomeness. More econoniieafthan the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude sf Ibw test short weight alum or phosphate rowders. Soldonlvin cans. Royal Baking I owdhr Co.. ler. Wall street. New York. IP KATIXG WKKK A FKtOSY IT COULD NOT BE MOKK TERKIBLY PUN- ISHED THAN" BY TI1K TORTURES OK INDI- GESTION. WHY KNIJUKE THEM? EVEKY DYSPEPTIC KNOWS OU OUGHT TO KNOW THAT TAWllAXT'H KFKK.lt- TEHCKT KKITZKIt Al'Kltl EVT IS A SPECIFI') FOR THE COMPLAINT. WHY THEN SUFFER? IT IS SHEER FOI.LY. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. TUTT PELLS TORPID BOWELS DISORDERED LIVER and MALARIA. From these souroes arise three-fourths of the diseases of the human race. These symptoms Indicate thoir existence: Ia ol Appetite. Iloweli costive Hick Ilead- sxlie fullness after eating aversion to exertion or body or mind Krnctatiou of food Irritability of temper ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

v v t T J ) STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. ; TERMS: rupv. per year )'. Ten to one Fostoflice .- ? Fifteen to one Postofflce.. Twenty. ti one PoHtolllce.. 82 00 17 SO . 25 00 . 35 50 '.ul J;DEPAKJJlEa'l AOTES. 7 TUESDAY. "rEN-i KINO ON FENCE CUTTING ETO. I Adjutant General King publishes he following exposition of his views n fence cutting and other onences: ; The Deculiar condition of Texas i his time in regard to two newly de veloped species ol lawlessness one in cuttinflr wire fences throusrhout the ' westarn and northern and to some y.Mtent- in the middle and southern portions of the state and the other in the brutal and ruthless killing of steep at night and at times beating and threatening the owners and her- ders cf such sheep is attracting the attention of the people everywhere in the state and demands the most . thoughtful consideration of state and local authorities and of the people themselves in order that some safe solution and some early ending may ' be had to this ugly and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

. . Ti!K Hawaiian govermn ni havit.-g adopted tilt; tleiioiiiinaticlis wi-ijflit linerices and diameters of the coins of the United .States is havinjr t ho mint at San Francisco ':i':o it .tl.CjO)00 in silver coins. Tin. siyns are said to be very beautiful. Mil. Randall is at Washington working with tremendoiu will for the caucus nomination for the speakership; and there are so many congres3inea wanting prominent places on committees it is hard to tell how the thing will end. England supplies the 2'j00u0(jGo people of India with salt and charges them twenty-live cents a pound equal to a tax of 3000 per cent. A poor na tive must work two days and a half at hard labor to earn enough money to purchase a pound of salt. Ma. Tildkn's nerves have been so unstrung by a steam whistle in his hearing that he has applied to the authorities to have it suppressed. How soon the old man might expire if subjected to the racket of a political canvass. He could never stand a reg- ular Democrat hurah. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

2 ' T1IK STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEL'AKTMKM" oTI. KX KCL'TI V 1J Lf i:i-A UTM EXT. Conjecture is rife ius to the cause of Ihe (iovernor's sudden departure to .Mexico. Is there any international uiiisiV Has Count Telfener nsrain dodircd the quarantine if indeed he ever dodired it at all. or did anything more than quietly come to the Kio (irande as any other unoffending man niav have done? I s there more than ordinary music or anything military in the usually i'.ik-t air of balmy Mexico's dime? Or as it is to he hoped he had has the governor drawn the SlWUXM prize in the Havana lot- t ;ry. and gone by way of Mexico to get the money to invest in some line hacienda in Chihuahua Coahiula or Xoiivn I-eon? The neople will keep an admiring eye on the exploits of the governor. STATE DEI A HTM EXT. The charter of the liayou City IJridere and Manufacturing company. of Houston capital stock fc.jO.OJO was liled Saturday with the secretary of state. The incorporators are ( . C. Wieirin. M. (J. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

3 fiROYAL MK'JSJ Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel ot pu rlly strength and wliolosomencss. More economical than the onlinarv kinds ami can- not be sold in competition with the multitude 1 low test short weight alum r phosphate Iowders. Sold onlv In can. Rovai Baking uwdeu Co.. iog W all street. New York. DO XOT HTOK.H Til K HYHTEJI. WITH VIOLENT CATHARTICS THAT HACK AXI TKAll AMI WKAKK.V TUB UNKOKTCNATE IX- VAI.II. IHIT TONIC TIIK STOMACH UKI.IKVK THK HOWKI.H KKIIL'LATK TIIK I.I V Kit AND 11 K- I'KKHHTIIK NKKVKM WITH Tnrrnilt'H t'f- fervctieoit Heltzci- Aperient wiikx THK FIKMT HVMITO.MH OF ll.t.NKSri AI'l'KAII. A MOPE liKI.KlHTr'l I. K.rKI'.l:VKHCl-..Vr llUAl'liHT IS NOT TO l!K KOI'Nll A.MI A MoltK I'OTKNT HKMKDV Poll IIVSTKI-SI A IIIl.lolS- SIH COKHTII'ATION NKia iSS li KAIIACII K !. I: ANIXiRNKKAI. DKIIIM I V . imKS NOT EX- IHT. Hol.ll HV AM. UUl'ili'iS. TORPID BOWELS DISORDERED LIVER and MALARIA. From thesu sources aviso three-fourths ol the diseased or the huma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Uusines.s men ought to consult the Philadelphia papers to learn how to to advertise from Wsmnaniaker & Drown the great dry gooils and cloth- ing house of Philadelphia. Immediately on the completion of the Northern Pacific railway its stocks havo declined. Some of the speculators in stocks are at work for in truth the road mas through a much finer country than the Union Pacific and Central Pacific. The Waco Examiner says the pro- tection party is the party of monopoly. What the West and South needs most is ready access to the best markets in the world when they are about the business of supplying their necessities. Good for the 14 As prominent Democrats mentioned for the presidency may be named Thomas F. Bayard Benjamin F. JJntler lioswcll P. Flower A brain S. Hewitt Allen G. Thurtnan Thos. A. Hendricks William S. Ilolman Joseph E. McDonald John M. Pal- mer Samuel J. liandall and Samuel . J. Tilden. There are several thousand negro voters in Ohio and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

it THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. XAS. The live stock e.'...itilion at the fair it is predicted will surpass any- thing heretofore si-en in Texas. Gen. Chant's Hero.! opposition to "Mr. Bayard ought to l.o :i very strong curd in favor ol the D-leware states- man. Are tne ladies preparing to make that portion of the fair attractive which relates especially to their in- dustries. Meyers the architect of the Texas capitol applies lor the place made vacant by the resignation of Archi- tect Hill. Freouext inquiry is made by ex- hibitors in distant states who propose to advertise what they have fi r sale at the approaching fair. "Whenever fence cutters assemble a copy of the adjutant general's letter should ba draw n on them. The read- ing of it would disperse a whole regi- ment. In spite ot the drouth it is under- stood that the farmers will make a fiue display at the fair. They will show wh it Texas is capable of doing in a drouthy year. Great satisfaction has been given to the friends' of woma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEL'AUT.MEMT OTEa. WEDNESDAY. STATE DEPARTMENT. An amended charter of the Brazos t;attle Company was filed yesterday in theotlice of tho sctTi-tsry of slate. Also the charter of Weimar In- stitute incorporated by Messrs. J. T. Ilolman 1). V. Jackson John W. Jickev and Stephen McConnuek. The crovernor'a proclamation of the adoption of the constitutional amend- ments w:u printed in me rorm or cir- culars or uosters. at the deaf and dumb asylum. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Vavments into the treasury for account of general revenue yester ikw. amount to 820.2 18i'8. i'he comptroller is warranting on the state treasury lor sums amount ing to 1 10000 to buy New York ex chancre with which to pay for Ilarri son county Texas bonds lately pur chased by the board of education for account oi tne permanent scnooiiunu The bonds are paid for one-half in silver from the state treasury. Assessment rolls of Harris Rains and Montgomery counties are re ceived. Harris shows onl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. 4.USTIN. Tr.'tAS. The Republican party in Colorado Is divided against itself. In Montana when a fellow is dry he winks to another fellow and says: "Let's drive a spike" an 1 straight way they l.ehind the screens. President Autiiuk's attentions toward the Hon. C. 1J. Farwell of Chicago are regarded ai not having greatly improve! the political oppor tunities of Gen. John A. Logan. The picture of air. Jefferson Davis taken by Capt. Marks of Austin is pronounced by all who have seen it aa the most perfect likeness ever made of the distinguished gentleman. A call is made for Oen. Crook to suppress another Apache rising. The tribe is reported as backsliding. This affords tho doughty warrior another chance to cover himself with glory. The Cleburne Chronicle advises that the state deal directly with the counties for bonds. That is tho in- terest of the law but the rings must be sa' isQed first the people next. The Bastrop Advertiser regards the programme of the Capital State ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 October 1883

8 V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEPARTMENT IVOTEf. Gov. Ireland had not returned from his trip to Mexico up to tho usual hour lor closing his oilice. It is stated he will not bo Lack till Friday. TKEASCKY DEPARTMENT. Tim treasurer yesterday paid out $29910 on account of purchase of Iwnds of Eastland county by the board of education; and about 100000 for purchase by the board of bonds of AY'ise county. The receipts in tho treasury for ths month of September were: Itevenue i859& 97 l'i miaiient school liiird howls gi;.)rio 1'eniiaiu-iir. university t.uid l.ooo Hett'.ement of estates ruicrmnii City Texas & Pacific bonds iSM-rnun l(;ily Houston & Texas Central bonds. . . Cost aiver'.Lsiiig unorganized counties Tjx account unorgani.td counties 311 M 1703 01 1110 1M 58 CO 87 48 Tot.il W The disbursements were 8 aaoicf balance in treasury 24!)7 SS49 45 COM PT KOLLEIt'S DEPARTMENT. Assessment rolls of JJowle county 8how an increase of 3(X)(XX) and those of Henderson county 8141...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

r Jay-Eye-See will see the fast ones and go them still better. "Who wants to buy Linda in Texas . while the fence cutters ply their nip pers' - Vnn e rerv five miles of fence de stroyed property values in Texas are reduced $500uuu. People of Austin have you deter mined to make the local exhibit at the fair what it should be V Farmers Bhould make the agri- cultural exhibit at the fair the most complete ever seen in Texas. Gov. Butler says he will be re- elected by 40000 majority. Senator Iloar has yet time to leave the state. The fence cutters are the present ban of Texas and their auxiliaries are the incompetent and untrue ofli- cials. Applications for space at the fair are more numerous at this stage than ever before in the history of the as- Bociation. In Iowa the Democrats have gained immensely. It is now a doubtful state the first time in its history it has been so. Who is ambitious to be city dad from the fifth-iard? Who is a candi- date for immortality? Do not all apeak at onc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. JohnKelley was cheered vocifer- ously at Buffalo and it wa wise to leave bis name off the rolls. The canvass in Massachusetts is getting interesting. Kobinson can beat Butler singing Sunday school hymns but liutler can discount him quoting sciipture. Mr. Henry Studnicka analytical chemist and high authority in such matters finds the Louisiana sugar cane in an unusually ripe condition for this season of the year which he attributes to the very extraordinary and prolonged drought which has prevailed in that section. In response to numerous inquiries from parties interested the postoflice department has ruled that where a publisher sends a newspaper to a per- son without an implicit or expressed request the fact tbat the party ad dressed take the paper from the nostottice'does not of itself create a liability to pay for it. An attempt is being made to con- test the seat of Gen. E. T. Lewis con-Kri'ssman-elect from the sixth dis trict of Louisiana on rather...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THE SOUTULltf STATES. There has lxien but one nun in Conyers Ga. since last April. A com oan v is onrunixine in Vicks- burg for the iiiirjiose ol' starting broom factory. The Albany Miss. fanners are busy makinc no their sort-huia cane anil sav it is turning out line. A farmer of Metcalfe county Ky. sold his tobacco crops th; product of four acres ou the scaffold for fc.juu. Pass Christian. Miss. reports two throws of a cast net recently made catching 250 fish in one and 227 in the otlier. The postmaster at Vidalia La. has been arrested on a charge ot roblung registered letteis. He acknowledged the crime. Mrs. Johu Barnes of Worthville Ga. was found dead 3XJ yards from her houso in a vegetable patch. Heart disease was the cause. Judge IJetts of Alabama has made his bond it has oetn approval iy ine governor and he is now organizing the department of agriculture. An uncommon stalk of cotton was exhibited in Natchez recently. It was SBVen--feet high with l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. tUSlIX. TEXAS. A St. Louis court litis decided that Sunday Bhaving is a work of neces- sity. Though Verner announces an open and warm winter it may be just as well for prudent people to look after the usual supply of winter fuel. The cause of greenbackism is as lead as it3 once venerable champion Peter Cooper. The few troubled spir- its which still adhere to it are uneasy ghosts doomed for certain term to walk the earth to keen alive the memory of their folly. Tue next house will be composed of 191 Democrats and 131 Republicans giving a clear Democratic majority of fifty-seven. Randall counts on seventy in caucus. Cox on sixty-eight and Carlisle on nicety-one. Here are thirty-eight more than there are Dem ocrats in the house. Hp. Gfouoe Knapp made it a rule In conducting the St. Loui3 Kepubli can to give his employes good sala ries and to never discharge one so long as he" performed his duty or was iiot guilty of any act of insubordina tion or intrigue. When his emplo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

Iflf Absolutely Pure- Tills powder never varies. A marvel of j.u rlty strength and wliolesomeness. More economical than tUe ordinary kinds and can- not be old in competition with the multitude I low test Blmrt weight alum or phosphate Iowdi rs. Bold only in runs. lEo v a l ii a king owdkk Co. lMl Wall street New York. 10 XOT STOKJl THE SYSTEM WITH VIOLKNT CATIIA ItTlCS THAT HACK AND TKAK AND WEAKEN TIIR LNKOItTUNATK IN- VALID BUT TO.NR TIIK STOMACH It KLIKY K TIIK ll(WK.IJ HKCUI.ATE TIIK I.I V Kit AI KK- KI1KH1IT11K NKKVKH WITH TnrillUt'M F.t. fervieent Heltr.er Aperient whk.v THK KIKHT SYMPTOMS OH lUSri AI'I'KAIt. A MP:E I'KI.KiUTKl I. . KtFKKVKSI'KNT 1IRAUOHT 1H NOT TO UK KoUNI AND A MoHK. HVtV.net RKMKUV FOR IIVHI'Kl'SIA IIII.IOI S- NKSrt CONSTIPATION NKIIVOUS II KADACH K COLIC ANUOKNKKAI. HKHI1.ITV POKS NOT KX- IWT. SOLO BY ALL WU'UISISTS. In chronic dysiiepsia and liver eomplaiiit and In chronic constipation and other obsti- nate diseases Hostetter's Stomach Hitters is beyond a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TnEttE arc 1000000 more Demo cratic voters in the Northern than in the Southern states.- The Post is a black letter Demo- ratic paper and yet it supports Ran- tlall for the speakership. The New York newsdealers have noreed to sell the dailies that have made reductions only at the old price. A good pointer on the next pres idency is. that out of the thirty-eight wtates twenty-five of them have Dem ocratic administrations. Tiik Examiner thinks Tom Ochil trppV well known intimacy wilh the nf Wales ouirht to make him sound on the tariff question. Commissioner Price has issued an order that the Indians must neither dance nor practice polygamy. They vrill keep on dancing and marrying just the same. MoGinnis. of Philadelphia was de clared insane and saved from the gal lows while Wallace of Savannah was hunir. But McGinnis killed his mother-in-law. We do not want to believe it that Ihe governor has been over in Mexieo looking after a land transaction while ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. A Miss Henderson of I'ierro Dako- ta is called the "man killer. Itie fourth man to whom she was engaged has died before the wccMing. Mr. U. A. Sala s.iys: "America may be politically a republic; but socially and sentimentallj.it is the Women s Kingdom. From Cape Cod to the Golden Gate the American woman is queen." "Ouida" is described as a stout plain-faced woman.with an abundance of yellow hair and a thorough disdain for her fellow-creatures. Her com- panions are usually dog and horses which she believes have reasoning powers as well as men. She douts the theologic notion as to existence of souls. Mr. Joshii Terashima Munenori the Japanese minister to this country has been granted leave of absence from his post on account of continued ill health and will in a few days return to Japan. Mr. Xaito will act as charge d'affairs until the minister shall be able to resume the discharge of his duties. Mme. Minnie Hauk tells a Boston reporter that autograph writ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 11 October 1883

l VJILKT OS THK HAWMIOI HE. To rat. or not ti -:it. thut'. Hie iu-itliii : S lii-ilii-r 'tis belter n t lit whole. ti sull" r TW shir ami slaps of ral'iistiou wallers Or lo take arms again' le set of trollops. Am'. ty slioolilil!. end lo llle 10 SUP i Yiu more ; and by a fart to say we end The lu-ults ami the thousand usual shocks Vi ho dines Is heir to 'tis a consummation II. vmit v to e WlSlieu. in rat iu iiiiic To wio I perchance to shoot; ay there's the rub ; jr-r by that shot what ofllcrrs may come A nd drau us to a station house. M .ist irie us a pause. There's the respect rr rn....u.lu....i.itilini' with tin law : i.r who would boar the fare tin; bolts aud I i.'e iu tne Tombs In Murderers' Kow 1 .e loss of Utterly tlie law's delay 1 ie infamy of prisoii. ami I he lies I ide up bv ras-ally n iHirti rs t linn In. liim'K tiik'ht Wlti fillii-tus IliaKI! T v slmplv slarvinis ? Who would further bear 1 ih; sneer and snubs of a slu'iuK scamp L it that the dread of something more tha...

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