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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1883

mm f ROYAL MS."? 7k ij fllf Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marirel of pu Tlty strength anil wholesomcness. More economical than Hie ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude n( low test short w.'lL-lit alum or phosphate powuers. noiuoniyin Hold only icans. Royal Baking fOWDER CO 106 Wall street. New York. KIDICUIiOfH IDEAS ARB KKTEBTAINBED APOCT PURfJATIVES IT IS DANGEROUS TO 8COUKOE THE STOM ACH TO RASP THE BOWEIJJ TO PROSTRATE THE KERVOVS SYSTEM WITH FURIOUS KVACV ANTS. NATURE HAS GIVEN A SAMPLE IN THE FAMOUS SKLTZRR SPRING OF WHAT THE BILIOUS CONSTIPATED OR DYSPEPTIC SYS- TEM NEEDS FOR ITS RESTORATION AND IN Tarrant'a Eirervmrent Mrltzer Aper- tent SCIENCE HAS IMPROVED ON NATURE COMBINING ALL THE VALUABLE INGREDI ENTS OF THE GERMAN FOUNTAIN IN A PORT- ABLE FORM. THIS AGREEABLE AND POTENT SALINE ALTERATIVE CHANGES THE CONDI TION OF THE BLOOD AND PURIFIES ALL THE FLUIDS OF THE BODY. SOLD BY ALL DRUG GISTS. rfflSTETT In chronic dvsnensla nnd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Whites and Kegroes on Trains. Galveston News.) The correspondence between Mr. Iloxie and Governor Ireland shows a business manager studious to comply with the law but at the same time to do the best possible for his company's interest. In the final decision as to providing separate cars for whites and negroes there can be no doubt that a certain amount of railroad com- petition as well as a knowledge of the value of acting in harmony with a liberal public spirit will have influence. The same cores- pondence shows the governor to be solicitous for preserving the peace and amenities of life and procuring the removal of a cause or irritation. There are two very distinct recom- Tnerv'ntinna mailn bv the COVemOr. First that separate cars shall be pro- vided; second that where this is not done immediately the company shall see that better diligence is obseryed to prevent negroes from occupying the same seats with whites. There can be but little nuestion that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1883

I' I - THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Press Telegrams. Adopted. Columbus Ohio. Oct. 27. Gov. Foster to-day issued his proclamation. declaring the judicial amendment 3doMei. " Returned to Work. TKAnsas City. Oct. 27. The re maining disaffected switchman re- turned to work this morning. The strike caused bat little inconvenience. Gold. New Yobk Oct 27. The steam- ship Fulda brought 109000 in gold bars to British North America 10- 000 to L. Von Hoffman & Co. and 615000 francs to Ilerdeldbach & Jen- kelheimer. Refused. Albany N. Y. Oct. 27 The jury in the Carroll divorce case refused the application of ex-Mayor Nolan in be- half of his daughter for a divorce on the ground that her husband has com- mitted adultery. A 81000000 Fire. Philadelphia Oct. 27. Advices from Jamaica state that part of An- tonio was almost entirely destroyed by fire October 18 caused by the care- less handling of a lamp. Losses over $1000000. Working for lien. San Francisco Oct. 27. The shoe makers of this ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIW. TEXAS. HEPATOZOXEJ Dr. Tobln'i Great Liver Medicine. Cares diseases of The Lircr la all Its Various Forms. Such as Dyspepsia Headache Neural- gia Water Brash Constipation or any Irregularity of the Bowels. This is a combination of Saline and vegetable materials and contains no mercury or any drastic vegetable ca- thartic such as mandrake and aloes and is far superior in its action as it never debilitates or produces any un- pleasant effects it will remove all dis- eases incidental to a disordered state of the liver and is therefore recom- mended in all liver complaints. It will act thoroughly on the liver in from two to four hours time and does not produce nausea or griping pains in the bowels. Deaf and Dumb Asylum. ( Austin Tex May 8 1882. J Dm. J. J. & W. U. Tobln: Dear tiirs Your Hepatozone has had a rather extended trial in this In- stitution among oQlcers and pupils; it has proven a safe and certain reme- dy in affections of the liver. It is also a va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

Tup rf-siilt in Virginia is still uu- known. LIaynakd. In New York fails fur behind bia ticket Democratic sr-mtphers were active yesterday in New York. Teleouapiiic news is scarcest al- Tvays when it is most in demand. It is not safe to put up your money lan the acts of New York City Demo crats. 1 T7no will represent the fence cut- tern at the approaching session of the legislature? Tilden and Hendricks clubs are being forinel in nearly all the leading: towns of Illinois: and yet the old man is not a presidential factor. Two Mormon missionaries in Mis sissippi have been arnsteu lor va grancy. They have plenty of money and a test cose will be made of the afTair. Some of the Keley motor stockhold ers are ngain applying It gal screws to the inventor and it is said they are determined now to have information or blood. It is now known that inhalation of bisulphide of iron will produce in sanity. Its use in destroying insects In the vineyards of California has demonstrated this as a fact....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. ' M. 1 ... . ii-inon ei.lrivilTA i lUEvote oa mu bill in the lower house of the Wash- . . . . ..... r ' InRton Territory legislature w as Tour- teen to seven. I The Examiner endorses what The Statesman las said of Maj. Dorn and thinks him the man for the place he seeks at Washington. TnE condition of the iron trade is at last convincing soma of the iron manufacturers of I'ennsylvama that protection is a curse rather than a blessing. It is understood tho cattle men will hold a meeting in Austin during the coming session of . the legislature. Wonder if they have a bill prepared for its consideration. There will bo 401 electoral votes next year of which 201 will be nec- essary to the election of a president of the United States. The Southern states will have 153. A "Solid fc'outh" aid forty-eight other votes will elect. Geo liar a provides pensions for dis abled Confederates. One hundred dollars is allowed for the loss of the leg above the knee ; $75 for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

l - "Tore my Glesloralion to Health and Beaitly to the CUTICURA REMEDIES." f TutlfTKmiM of bottoa lad. D ISF '.IXO Humors. Humillatlne EniD- thns. itohlnir Tortures. Scrofula. Salt Jiherm and Infantile Humors cured by the Cutiiura Hemedh'S. Tifler cleanses the blood and perspiration ( impurities and poisonous elements and thus removes the cause. Cntleora. the great Skin Cure instantly al- lays Itching and Inflammation clears (.lie skin and Scalp heals Ulcers and Sores and restores the Hair Cutlenra Moap an exquisite Skin lieantl- fler and Toilet fceoinsite prepared from Cuti- cura is indispensable In treating Skin Diseases Baby Humors Skin Kleniisl:es Sunburn ami Jlough Chapped or Creasy Skin. Ccura Rcmrillr are absolutely pure and tu .only real Wood 1'nriliers and Skin lieautl tfree from mercury arsenic load zlci other mineral or vegetable poison what i 11 trfromifrA tli iitirf uh Tier rn (In usuo" uescnption 01 me cures periormeu uy me uttcura Kesoivent mtoriiaiiy auu iuu- cura a ...

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

7 ' i : I ) THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. The McDonald boomers remain ac- tive. Next Tuesday the elections take place. McDonald sees no reason for breaking a politicians neck on the color line. Jay-Eye-Sue has not in his last pciformances kept up his wonderful reputation. Mahone's organs are advocating the election of Mr. Randall to the speakership. Thk first barbed wire fence was fence was erected in 1861 near Da- TCDport Iowa. There are eight hundred students in attendance on the Illinois universi- ty one-fifth of them females. Pig-Iron Kelley returns from abroad improved in health and a more pig-headed protectionist than ever. Gen. Neal Dow says that the prohibitionists of Maine have made up their minds to break with the Re publican party. Some of the Republican organs are trying to account in advance of the election for the defeat of the Repub lican ticket in New Jersey. Gov. Butler never uses the word editor without saying "red nosed edi tor." The editors ought to retaliate by c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPABTMEJiT 2X0TES. TATE DEPA11TMENT. Th following is the list of dele- - gates apDOinted bv the governor to - . . 1 .... ti i : tionof America which will meet at Yicksburg Miss. Nov. 21. Other ap pointments will be made soon to nil vacancies: Anderson Ben Parker. Atascosa Mr. Bobbins. Austin N. Cochran K. Collins. Banderia Chas. Montague. Bastrop Dan Grady J. O. Higgins. Baylor II. S. Melvin. Bee L. S. Roberts. Bell Geo. C. Pendleton. Bexar J. W. Judson E. H. Cun- ningham. Bosqus Richard Kimble. John Xnight. Bowie W. W. Dilliard T. II. Len- az. Brazoria M. S. Munson Geo. O. Jarris. . Brazos J. P. Avers Jas. P. Mitch- I Burleson A S. Broadus. II. K. I "White. Caldwell S. Barnett Jacob Ellison. Callahan C. W. Merchant E. L. Huffman. Cameron J. R. Lathram. Camp John A. Tapp J. B. Davis. Cass S. A. Wadloy J. II. Sniper. Chambers Jas. Jackson Joe La- fare. Cherokee B. B. Reagan J. B. Long. Collin W. A. Rhea S. D. Halter. Colorado James Frazear J. C. Kindred...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. The Louisville exposition will close next week. Yellow fever has disappeared at IMazatlan but at San Bias it is raffing violently. The Waco Day denominates Doris' international circus a "legal tender show. It is good in all its parts." It has been decreed that the Chi nese must go but they are coming in from the North west in great numbers The Czar of ltussia in ordering Count Tolstoi to draw up a constitu tion contemplates no doubt the drawing up of all who claim liberty under it. rnEsiDENT Arthur is said to have been in his younger days an ac complished jig dancer and banjoist. A little after this time next year he will be dancing off on his ear. Proposals for the erection of the world's exposition building at New Orleans call tor a structure to give 1000000 square feet of exhibition space and to cost not more than $250- 000. ' The Mormons have gained a strong foothold on the Sandwich Islands. Is said there are now nearly 4000 Mor- mons there and that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. Tt-XAS. rcatli of Cnpt. J Htlym. Capt. Josseiyn. 'twt nf ':it known nxm : i:--' slat of Ti v-'s. died in this city .Sunday nigt.t. at'l-r ; brief illness ili: was Lorn ini'-.n broke. Plymouth county. Vt. Detain ber 1 A. I). 1810. At the age of four years he removed to oodstocfc t. tMl remained there until nineteen v rs of iiife. when he went t Yir ginia. At tlie a;jj of twenty-one he ' was licensed to practice law at. W in Chester in that state by Judges Tucker. Scott and Field Went to Mississippi in WM and settled at Ox ford; was a member of the legislature from Lafayette county in In'M-M; was appointed district attorney iy (iov. McViitt: moved to J lolly Springs Miss. in 1840; represented Marshall county in 1843 41; volun- teered as a nrivate in Jell' Davis' reg lment in the Mexican war. After the battle of Monterey was coinrai.s- sioned by President i'olk as assistant commissary of subsistance with the rank of captain in the regular army; resigned after the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 November 1883

(C royal sv:i:3 1 J . Kip' Absolutely Pure. Thii nnwiliT npv.-r vnries. A marvel of Iju r-y RtreiiKth ami wliolesiimeiis. Mure . oiioiiikaltliaii the ordinary kiwis and can- nit l. sold In comtictiUon with thu nuiltitiiile ) low test short w'ii;lit alum or phosphate t .iwdi-rs. Sold only in cans. Kdyal. ItAKINO 1 ovvijkhCo.. too Wall street. New York. FINANCIAL. T OXEV. The subwriher is In a position to J irive loans over real estate on lonir tnni' ami liny laml notes to any amount at the cur rent rates. It. 1.. HItOWN Mortgage lianki-r j 'i i-.asi reran sirei-i aunuii. j-. w. uox iM-L'U-d&vMli) OSTEITE CELIBATED J Tlioiich shaken In every joint anil lilier with fvw mid iiiriip. or lifiaius rennlti'iit. the sy tern may yet he freed Iron; the malignant virus with HuKtftter's Stomach Hitters. J'rolect the system axalust it with this t'!ii'lui iit ant spasmodic whieh Is furtlH-riiiilr'! t .i.iiproiiio rem -dy fur Iivit roinplamt eons' ipftUou ii; X'Pin- debility rheuma'isui kidney ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

WESTERN TBXA8. mown oountt THE FRUITFUL FIELD FOR CAPITAL ASD THE ' laMI UttASTS HOME. A Historic Sketch and Review. crlptlve HealthTulneaa of Climate ITniall- 1ns; Wtera Perpetoal Paaturage -LsLxnrlaat Vegetation Petro lean Well. Itinera! Wealth and SedlelnaJ Waters-Excellent Ed neatlsnal Advantages and Church Privileges -- Substantial Wealth and laereastns Commercial In- taraata Horal and Intellectual Tsue af BocIetT--Brownwood the County Ssat and Other Important Towns. COMPILED AND WRITTEN BY WM. E FBNKLIN SKETCH AND DESCRfl'- iivu uisiuniAM OF TEXAS TOWNS &SIV COUNTIES I Copyrighted 1883. Brown county is geographically situated in the central portion of the state lying- between 31 deg. 20 tain and 82 deg. north latitude and derives ita name from the famous Capt. Henry Brown of Austin a noted hero of the Mexican war. The county was organized about 1859 by J. Douglas Brown of Austin and William "Willis and brothers of Liampasas. Has an area of 761400 acres and a population of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The Luther monument at F.ialeben .was unveiled Sunday the 11th in- stant. Herds or buffalo nave been seen recently on Soring creek in Tom Green county. Representative iliiler is for John Hancock for speaker first and then for Carlisle. A men coal deposit has been dis- covered in the famous bat guano cave in Uvalde county. Tfie Northern Pacific syndicate has secured more than tire required amount of stock to ratify the new loan. Surely the best policy in the statement of this fence cutting busi ness is to make all persons confine their own live stock to their own lands. The heirs of one William Rutledge have brought suit lor 220 acres of land now in the heart of the city of Fort Worth and said to be worth up ward of one million dollars. Col. Ed. Cunningham's new mill in Fort Bend county has already cost $145000 and is not yet completed. He is turning out refined sugar as good as the best made in Louisiana. The barbed wire manufacturers have resolved to p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPART A KMT AO'IES. FRIDAY. STATE DEPARTMENT. ' Governor Ireland had not returned from hia trip to Seguin up to the closing hour of his ollice yesterday The charter of the Sulphur Springs co-operative association of the Gran gers or Patrons of Husbandry as they call themselves was filed yesterday witn tne secretary 01 state. Also charter of the Santana Live Stock and Land company of Coleman county: capital stock. 8200.000. Messrs. Geo. W. Mahoney John T. Hardie Win. T. Ilardie. J. B. Aretho and Chapman Brasford ate named incor porators. The Messrs. naraie are members of the well known cotton factorage and commission house ot John T. Ilardie & Co. of New Or leans. comptroller's department. The books of this department show the following summary of property and values thereof as shown by as- sessment rolls for the year 1883: Clowes ol property ass'd. No. Values. Land assessed In acres 101085974 821)U5403 Iowa lots Railroads ass'd In miles 6.010 745051...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Boss rule will not do In the South. The Democrats have gained 8000 in Maryland. In Omaha the Democrats have made gains. Virginia is redeemed; and the fig- ures are glorious.' n I Talmage compares the ballot box to the ark of the covenant. The Democratic majority in Mis- sissippi In 1882. was 17107. Trading New York Democrats are a good set to follow in making a presidential nomination. Tiie Democratic majority last year in New Jersey was 3.073. This year it is 5499 a gain of over 2396. Connecticut Democrats avoid the tariff issue; or rather they are for pro tection and they have been left. Gen. Sheridan did not like to leave Chicago probably because it was nearer Texas than Washington. Ben Butler refuses to be inter viewed. He ought to be ashamed of his defeat with Tewksbury at his back. Will the friends of Uncle Sammy Tilden tell where he has been during " the heated days of the New York can vass? The vote last year in Maryland was 80725 Democratic 745...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

6 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPAUTMEYi' NOTES. FRIDAY. STATE DEPARTMENT. An amendment to the charter of the Noble Mining company making: a change in the directors was tiled yesterday with the secretary of state. Also charter of the Jumbo Cattle company of Colorado City capital stock $300000. Also charter of Decatur Live Stock and Land company of Decatur filed by CoL J. W. Booth one of the incor- porators. The capital stock of the company is fixed at 850000. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. The comptroller is considering the question of increasing the assessment of lands in unorganized counties owned by non-residents from 50 to vo cents per acre; out ine question will not be Dressed till another yeai as the parties have already paid their taxes under tne oia assessment. The comDtroller. acting for the board of education has up to date pur chased and contracted tor about one million of dollars in county bonds all for account of permanent investment of the school fund. The bonds are paid ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. New York Democracy. Bah! Will the office-seekers continue to push the claims of the "old ticket?" Ben Butler declares himself In the gubernatorial race for 1884. Gains everywhere except in Mr. Tildcn's state. There all has been lost "Will the Democracy of the United States stand dictation of New York Democracy ? The Fort Worth Gazette says statesman is but half a man has no enemy." "A who Gen. Toombs has become a member of the church having yielded to the wishes of Ms dead wife. New York voters were disgusted with the struggle between New York Democratic leaders for influence. Tiie money used in repairing the White House since Grant was inaugu rated president would twice rebuld the presidential mansion. Representative Throckmorton is for John Hancock for speaker lie thinks it necessary to elect some strong revenue reformer. Gilmore Price a grandson of Gov. Gilmore of Virginia wa3 amongst the killed by the accident on the Sunset train near Luling. Tiie C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Press Telegrams. Zora Barns' Murderer. IjINCOLX ills. Nov. 10. J ho pre liminary examination 01 umn a Carpenter for the murder of Zora Burns was concluded this moraine. Immediately upon the closing of the prosecution. Carpenter wad released to secure bonds for appearance when a crowd followed him home but without disturbance. The justice be fore whom Carpenter had a nearing summed up the case by stating that while the prosecution had shown the probable cause the evidence had not been such as would warrant him In denying the accused an opportunity to rive bail to the prisoner. Bail was placed at 810000 for his appearance at to next term of court and the sure ties offered were approved by the court. The father of the murdered girl cre- ated a sensation by making hostile demonstrations against the accused but was restrained by ponce. The Danrille Troubles. Dantille Va. Nov. 10. A large meeting of citizens was held in this cut uxia morning m wmcn resolu tion...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AU8TIN TEXAS. DEPARTKENT JfOTES. WEDNESDAY. Gov. Ireland since his return from JSeguin haa taken occasion to send iiov. Medara of Coabuila a One lot of carp as a present. This is another evidence of good feeling between their excellencies following the late visit of our governor to Coahuila. May their relations continue to le thus marked by the interchange of kindly civilities and la the circling rebound may tha social glass between them always vass with the touch of friendship. Querida Coahuila 1 Que rida Texas ! Viva Ireland I Viva Medara STATE DEPARTMENT The charter of theJCapitaV.City Club was nieu yesieruay. incorporators; J. W. Drtskill W. IS. Urush L. E. lid- wards. Gardner lluggles. George E Pendexter Fred Carttron 11. II. Urumley. John ii. Armstrong. Joe II Stewart and S. K. Walker. The ob- jects of the club are literary and so- tuai. comptroller's department Comptroller Swain and wife have gone on a brief visit to their old home in tjlarksville. There was no...

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