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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 2 February 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. : AUSTIN TEXAS. I THURSDAY. .FEBRUARY C, 180 CAPITOLJULLINCS Til HOI Gil THE STATE PtHTnKXT VKMTF.IID.IT And Pencil Points of (he RiiIhii Transacted. A IH Hnvh ! Houtiue Hhtlarn, (From Sunday's Daily. The reporters of Ihe Statf.kmax, in llicir usual daily nilirrimages throuch the various state otltces yesterday, in llie search after news, foniiil tho different Loads of departments nnd clerks deeply immersed in business of a routine cnturc, but a paucity of news item of an inter esting nature to the general hind ' public. C'upt. Walsh, general commissioner, remarked that he is itnre rcascd with business nt present than he ia ever been at any lime sinic hi con nection with the olllcc. Treasurer Lnh hock la also kept unusually busy, wh'le the other departments of the stale gov ernment arc equally us much engaged. The attorney general looks well since Lis protracted visit to I lie wets). Tho recent improvements In the gen eral land ollice are nearly complete. Remit...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 2 February 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN: AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. . FEBRUARY 2. 182 CITY NEWS. THE DEADLY PISTOL JI'.T 'l ITS WORK ; J. I. IIUI ( lli:. A Hndljr Wounded TOrni. Nevea Shots aud Three Wound One tlThtm Frobablr Fatal. (From Thursday's Daily. Ycstcrdny a difficulty occurred, at Thompson's ford, on the Colorado river, HiKtut two miles and a half from the city, between Mr. Frank Light and J. F. Hou clien, in which the latter was badly, pruli nbly fatally,' wounded. Seven shots were flred, two with a double barrel gun aud tl ve from a sixshooter, all by Frank Light. Three of the shots took ellect oivj in the left temple, one in tlic chin, and the other (the fatal shot) entered the right breast, passing through the lungs, break ins the breast bone and lodging in the left shoulder. The wounded man was brought to the city and placed in the Manning Intirmary, and attended by l)rs. Morris, Mathews and Wc-itn-Uidg, Ore. Kvvearinecn and McLaughlin being absent on profession!! 1 business. The facts in...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 February 1882

The stato grange meets at Bclton On the first Monday iu August IL Jv. Wyme lately sold a sto?k of 14,000 cattle ou the Pecos river tor $225,000. Congress lias beeu iu ses.iou two months aud It lias passed only aft incidental appropriation bill. The French government is lend ing all the aid it can to sustniu the fiuancial house Unit have been at fected iu the late panic Contributions to the Irish fuud grow larger all the time, but there are beginning to be generous givers ou this side of the Atlantic who would like to know where tbcinouey goes. One steamer is now on the Atlan tic conveying eighty-three Clydes dale stallions to this couutry. This breed of horses is becoming very popular in tho northern and west ern states. The Statesman acknowledges receipts of invitation to tho twelfth Momus anniversary, celebrated at Galveston, February 21,1882. Many will take occasion to visit the Island City ou this interesting occasion. Horsey is about to sell out his rattle ranche in New Mexico,...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 February 1882

T V r THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. -AT-IN........ TEXAS. filUUSD AY.. FEBRUARY 9, l88- .The Balkan Insurrection extemU over a large district in Herzegovina and Boania. M. Leon Say will bo the new French tniuisterof finance. tyLlL D. AVallack, of Waco, lias recovered from the attack of para lysis. Thb club national of Montreal has adopted rcHolutioua favoring Canadian independence. The Examiner, too, is satislied . that an extra scusiou of the lcgisla ture cannot do what is required of it in thirty day. Thb Examiner flaya the ovcruor it usually right in pardoning boys that auch youthful offenders have no buaincsa m the penitentiary. St. Louis, just to be ahead of all other places, has produced a well developed case of email pox in a horse. What in the matter with .Chicago ? Toqkthkk with the (sheriffs and then the stock men in convention Austin may, in the next few days, expect something to do away with monotony of mud. : The trial of thirty-six Nihility, be longing to the terrorist faction...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 February 1882

HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY 9.182 CHURCH BELLS. REMEMBER THE S 4.BBAT1I DAY, TO KEEP IT HOLY. Church Services and other ligleus natters. He- "Rempmiier the Sthhath dijr, to kwp It hnljr, tlx dari ahalt thua lalxir end do ell thy oi k ; but the seventh dy U the Subl.Mtti of the Lord thy (tod; In It thua blt nut do any work, thou nor thy ion, nor t!iy ilauxhter, thy man-Mrvant, Lor thy mld ervnnt, uur thy cattle, nor the stranger that iawituiu thy ' gate, for in six riaya the Lord inado heaven ud earth, the aea, and all thai In them l, and rented the aeireuth day, wheivfore the Lord blciwd tbeaeventh day and hallowed ll." METHODIST CIICKCII. Sunday A. E. ooodwyn preaeheJ from tb text John. 19, &V27. The aaurament we to-day celebrate la Intended to realize to tbe generation of eariu In some measure the arc tie preieutrd in these word: 'Tls not a lacritice, Christ offend hlmelf once forall. There Is no more sacrifice for ln, It la simply a mo mento. "We do...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 February 1882

V -J THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. fllURSDAY. .FEBKUAKY 9, 188J THE LAW OFFICE. ArAL REPORT OF ATTORSKY Interesting facts and Statistics AVhlrh Prove Interesting- Reading; The Criminal Record for the Year. The annual report of the attorney gen eral for the your Wl, was issued yester day, and from it sonic very interesting deductions, in the woy of paragraphs, are made: . TIIK COURTS. In iho imprenio court, there arc of rases in which thu statu Is interested, ten submitted on briefs and four pending. During tlio jteriod of time beginning Scptemlicr 1, Iimo, and ending Novem ber :t(), 1SH1, the following crimiiiil tiUHiness was transacted in the appel late court: Number of rases ap pealed, 4115; felonies, 271; misilemviinnrs, .'5; scire facias, till; atllrmed, 21U; re versed, 12;t; dtMinissed, li!t; total, Jl'J'.); transferred or pending, C(J This court )ins atllrmed the death penalty in seven coses. DKKACLTEU8. Suits have been brought by the attor ney general in person against ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 February 1882

Wft'lftl'V m I Xotki dancing misters say tho American . women nro the most graceful beings in the world. The slercot ypo plntcs and 20,000 copies of the United Irishman, wore slezcd tho other tiny by the Liver pool police. Thr Cuero li tilled makes the assertion that Colonel Lang U more successful in the immigration busi ness than he was in polities. The J'utt is in intul up to its neck about the failure of the "(Jnat Cjuri- ounMV ash Jones movement. There' fore, iu desperation, it catches at a straw, which lias been named . "Young Democracy." P08TMA8TKK (iKN KKA It HOWE seem determined to make Wiscon sin a Malwart state. "IJoss" Keyes wan a 11 1 nine mtiu, and he is no longer powerful. Incrndiakiks havo been at work on the property of tho Iron Mouu tain railway, and it is credited to tho employes that were lately dis charged. Tho management offers $1000 lor proof against the incendia ries. ,. There is at hist a prospect that tho import duties in Mexico will, within a short time, be...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 February 1882

IB WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUST1H TEXAS. THURSDAY. .FEBRUARY 16,1882 narrlafi (inr. Albert W. Tewn- cal and misa Freale Kaadelph. On Thursday, the ninth day of ; Feb ruary, at the residence of the bride's parents. Miss Fronie Randolph was mar ried to Mr. Albert W. Townaend, lioth of this city. The ceremony was per formed hv the Rev. Dr. A. K Goodwvn. of the Methodist church, and was wit- erased by a lew of the friends nnd r relatires of the contracting parties. The bride is a daughter of Mr. W. It. Randolph, a prominent citizen of Austin, nnd not enly enjoys the distinction of lieing very beautiful, but is universally admired and esteemed for her varied ac complishments and lovely disposition and character. Mr. Townsend has, for the past six years or more, Piled a very responsible position in the general land office of the state. He is a gentleman of superior business qualifications, and possesses the confidence and respect of the entire com munity. This young couple, start out in life un...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 February 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY 16.1882 SHERIFFS' CONVENTION. ii pRorMiDnui or Tin; Tt:XA III KKI t'I'N AklO IATION. 8KCOSU DAT MORNING SESSION. The convention was ca lel to onli-r at 10 o'clock a. m. yesterday by ex-SU-ritl felcnnis Cirwin, and the first president of the association. In discharging this pleasant duty Cnptain C'orwin said: Of.sti.emkx As tlie president ha I not arrived on yesterday 1 was called to i lie chair and adjourned the meeting until 10 o'clock to-day. As I see ticfore me the Imud.Homo face of our worthy presi dent. Captain Hen. F. Junes, fit Dallas, I now cad the meeting to order and will now introduce liijn to the convention. Captain Jones is from thai fearfully muddy city of Dallas, (Austin lias some mud), and if it Imd not been for the railroads, I don't suppose he would lie here now; but, as he is here in body, heart and soul, I will introduce him and let him speak for himself. Gen tlemen, your president, Ben F. Jones. Applause. I...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 February 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. .TEXAS. rilURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1 882 Oscar WiuR will sail for Eng land in April, but what a long time off is April!. MR.PARNRLl.haa been re-elect c J parliamentary leader of the IrUh ".National" party. Ths bill cstabliobinir postal av iny;a banks Is favored by the houac committee on postofllce. Tiik Indian appropriation 'bill, as reported, gives $4,9-J0,230, beiujr about $350,000 more than last year. A majority of the ways and means committee aro opposed to ho Ka9on-Morrill-Katon bill. The nihilist have mixed dyna mite with tho Czar's coal, and now"! the Czar uses wood for fuel. fiOMK close calculator has figured that It costs twenty-three dollars a minute to keep the house of repre sentatives going. Ex-SknatorConklinq is expect edin Washington this week. Quid mines sav Mr. Arthur wants to smile a stalwart smile with him. Aoain Bradlaugh presented him ejf to take the oath at the bar in the house of commons, but was re- fused permission. "''Thr Russian ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 February 1882

The question at Washington U j whether flopping Joe Brown, of Georgia, could have been beaten as a somersaultcr ou the Xeill Brown vote. His feat startled the chainplou .1 1. 1- . . ... uuuuie somersauiter David Davis Gen. Abe Bufokd, so long ideut fled with the breeding aud turf in terest ot the country, has renounced worldly things and joined the church. He is of the opinion, how ever, mat racing can be carried on 'legitimately and not Inconsistently with moral or religious principle." The experiment of lighting rail way cars with electricity ha been tried in England, and though it was by no means a prouounccd success, it has turned the attention of inven tors in this countrv to the subject The plan of making the engiue sup ply the power to generate the elec tricity necessary for lighting has been abandoned, as the current would cease with each stop of the locomotive and thus extinguish the light, rbe idea now being worked upon is to store electric energy iu a box or some other ve...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 February 1882

"HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. ..TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEB. 23, 1882 The verdict baa becu rendered by the Democracy of New York, aud Jobu Kelly must tfo. Mexico, even, is becoming alarmed at the spread of mall pox m the Uuitotl StateH Thb Houston W hu been re duced in lze, and U now one rul noin smaller titan the Statesman. Too much coutldence In cotton futuroa is what U tho matter with a good many of the New Orleans peculators. " The country mourn the fact that Ryan did not die of injuries received of Sullivan, as at oue time It was re ported would be thecaxe. Tan ArkauHus Gazette thinks there i little doubt that Sountor Garland will bo bis own successor In the United States senate. Senator Cokb got hos bill, ap propriating $100,000 lor the im. urovenieut of Galveston harbor through th senate yesterday A oooi mmy peoplo think th bouse is already a mob, and that u Consideration of the apportion m'eut bill is creating some t)xcli ment, not uumixed with coufusimi !i the lower houne of congr...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 February 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AtNTIX TK.YAS. 'Ill L' ICS DAY l-'r. II. :. I '-' STOCKMEN'S CONVENTION.- FOI HTM AXD L4IT DiT'lPIIU- NoisvlilisisuiltUfc festivities at tbe katmoud ilous llis oilii belora ware piuliuietl to lata tiour, uieinliei of the eouteuiiou were ry generally lu their rut- vesterdsy at lu appim: led hour, sad al lea o'clock a. lu. I'tesliieul Miller rallra the convention to onler. frut-erd-lu,; to tlia disposal of tbe regular niorulnj; call, lue chair anuounced lu lollowluic: COMMITTEE OH MKMOKIAL. F. S. gtoukdale, chairman ; J. M. Day, A.M. HrtUou, D. 11. Hoju.r, 11. L. Hein le),.). M. bnnpson, Joljn U. Johnrnm, X. il. M ilhis, J.N.Ketrsn, K. J. Mrd.-u. RKPouft or COMMIT TCKb. Mr. ConUe auhmltted tbe following: COMMIT!' Kuom, reb. 17, 1nvJ. Bonorsnia 4. k. illuur, 1'iesideiil of luu Cua- vuiiu : Your committee on transportation make tbe IuIIowiiik report: Owing to 111 lat-t thai Chicago. Si. Louis aud Kansas City la to-Jay ihe ureal ui irWets for our heel and liiullou, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 February 1882

tub THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. .FEBRUARY 23.1W STOCKMEN'S CONVENTION. KECOHD DtV'K PKOI'KKOIMUM. The convention was railed to order Ht ten o'clock, President Miller iu the chair, and all the olllcein and memliers in tlu ir seats. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. Governor Mayers, fr tne committee on order of business, mbinmitted the fol lowing report: Austin, February 15, lf8-.;. To tba Hod. Jame IT. Miller, President: Your committee to whom was r furred tho resolution offered by Mr. Bunt ley, have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to submit the following resolutions for tho consideration of the convention, to-wit: lUmAtxd, 1 That all resolutions shall bo reduced to writmir. and signed by the proposer and read from the secretary's desk. 3 That without leave of the conven tion, uo member shall speak m re than five minutes uoon any sinulo question, and not then until all others demotus of neakins shall have first upokcn. 3 That there shall be the following commit...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 2 March 1882

and now there it talk of combi nation among the express compa nies. And now Houston may nettle Its bonded Indebtedness, that was made uuder the rule of Radicalism, which the Post would see established all OTer Texas. General Butlrb is said to bare abandoned for the present year his designs npon the gubernatorial chair of Massachusetts, bat he will try to get into congress. Statb Trkasurbr Polk, of Ten nessee, says that the debt of that state is $27,000,000, and that the de cision rendered by the state supreme court repudiates all but $2,600,000. Tool is a great game in William son county. Any who may think we slander the good name of the people of that county will please in terriow the county attorney about it. Tub county commissioners of liar ris couuty hare reduced the county debt, and the rate of interest on the county debt; and they hare also re duced the advalorem tax, and bare abolished the poll tax. Houston is at last attacked with the paring mania. No wonder j the perambulat...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 2 March 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. niUKSDAY MARCH 2.1882 It is rumored iu London that Mr. Gladstone will shortly resiu. Tub great raiufall in the north is now being felt on the lower Mississ ippi. The rate of state taxation in Mas sachusetts is lower than anywhere else in the country. Thk Utah legislature memorial izes congress, and says a word or two for the Mormons. Since the end of the cml war the increase iu population iu the en tire country is seventeen millions. The Ohio legislature is engaged in the reapportionment business. Between shoe-string and barrel- hoop districts the labor is hard. The Maryland delegations still niak? their pilgrimages to Washing ton, although but one position re mains unfilled that of internal rev enue collector. The timid czar, because of llva SkobelofTs speech, has decided to institute measures to prevent hi- of ficials being so free with their ( pin ions upon affairs. The New York City school board decides that'when female ten. tiers marry they ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 2 March 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN.. TEXAS. THURSDAY MARCH 2. 1882 .FHllKH. We bow the bead In reverent love To Thee, great Uod, Id heaven above. We worship Thee In faith alncere, Thy gloria and Thy power revere. Teach u,ob. Lord, Thy love to feel ; Oh! teacbour toula with joy to kneel. And glorify Thy name divine. In earth and heaven may we be thine. And may thy spirit in na ahed The peiee for which Messiah bled. Austin, February, 1882. Echoes from the Religions Preaa. Baptist Courier; When a Christ Uu of any denomination receives ordiuation, be Is, from the Baptist point of view, simply recognized and designated publicly, as chosen and devoted to the work of the ministry among those whose faith and practice he represent. If he is heard and treated as a minister by people of other denominations than his own, it is because Christians know, or feel the difference between essen tials and won essentials in religion. When, therefore, this man so or dained becomes a Baptist, (or for that matte...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 2 March 1882

"HE WEEEY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MARCH 2. 1882 Governor Cameron, of Vlrgiala, pu, an end to the oyster war, and then appeased belligerence by veto ing the anti-dueling bill. Hon. John W. Daniel, late the debtcpayers candidate for governor of Virginia, has been made presi dent of a bank in Lynchburg. It is understood that the governor is about to promulgate his call for the legislature to convene in extra session. The meetiug will probably take place early in April. Tub San Antonio Express hopes that the claims of no man will be considered by the legislature when it goes to dividing the state into congressional districts. It can be only a hope. Wherever the masses speak they appear to favor the retention of the Alcade in the position he has held for more than three years with such honor to himself and profit to the state. The "third term" is a purely mythical objection. At VIcksburo, on the 22ud, the Mississippi river was twelve inches higher than ever before known, and a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 March 1882

N Q JoLbiov V i r Thb Republicans of Tennessee will hold a gubernatorial convention on the 27th of April. Thb Galveston Journal absolutely urges that the state be fairly re districtcd. Who ever heard of any thing else in a Democratic state. It ia rumored that Secretary Klrkwood will be sent to Vicuna, and Taft, of Ohio, will succeed to the position of secretary of the in terior. ' Tub Boston Herald thinks Gen eral Ben Butler will make his an nual attempt to get his legs under the Massachusetts gubernatorial mahogony. Some of the greedy speculators, who gambled so heavily in the grain market at Chicago, were badly swamped financially. They richly deserved it. Governor Roberts has been form ally announced by the Austin pa pers for a third term. Sherman Courier-Chronicle. This is a piece of fresh informa tion to the Statesman. There is a Washington rumor to the effect that a bill is preparing by a Democratic statesman, similar to the one passed the other day retir ing General Grant, to...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 March 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN.. .TEXAS. THURSDAY MAHCII 9,1882 uitii.i.itvr aciiievk:hkts I (tit TKX-ltJIO( KAtV am Tiit: ivns. No itta'o iu the American Union Rtaiuls more favorably bcforo the publio at tbis time tliau docs our owu bolovcd Texas. She haa pasecd through many days of wrcteheducM, but now is hcmlf ajfaiu, uud be comes the queen stale of the south and tho aouilavebt, while before thin century rloae the will be the empire Mate of a brilliant eUlcrhood. Though uo devasta ting war bathed Texan soil with the blood of true sous, their lives and- the people's treasuro were freely given to tho cause of the conlederute at ate, aud wheu the cruel war was over, the prowatis of her soldii rs on hundreds of fields, aud the rich booty of an uudinturbed country led the couquertr to vencauco aud to robbery, aud her days of reconstruction were quite as ad as woull have been the results of brave ami open con- fli't on her soil. Texans were degraded, doxpised, despoiled; civil liberty wa...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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