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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 13 April 1882

THE" WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 1 1882 EAITER. BT D w. c. BaBBB. Klulng In theewtrrn sky Comas the Bioruluc tun; HratU'riiiK the ahauVs of nlKht jladdeaiug tbe world wlla night. Plulnc from the opening sod Coin o tbv planted swrt; Ualnlnit bvamjr every honr, Klueulug tutu fruit : ud flower. Hiring from (he ret ded tomb ('me oar Havionr alalu; Jmiie cruel lU-d to sava Christ triumphant o'er tbe grave. Riding from oar grave shall we. At tbe latter dar. In Immortal bodies stand baved to uwcll at ilia right band Bluing from our grateful hearts tome glad annga of pralae; Jeaue Brother Havloar King Ceaseless homage will we hrlug. Written Banter, 1880. AN APRIL UIIIL. Tbe girl that la born on an April day 11 ui a right to be merry, itgbuome and gay; And tnat is the reaaon I dance and play And frlnk like a ni"te in a sunny ray Wouldn't you Do It, loo. If yon had been boru ou au April day? The girl that la born on an April day Ilaa alno a right to cry, they aay; And ao ...

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. — 13 April 1882

tCoflclndtd from second pttft.? red and treated at they have been by tbe legftlatare aa a part of the university ol Texan, the practical question la what substantial beneflt would it be to the main university located at Austin and to the medical department at Oaleston, If the appropriations that bare been made to support state students at the A. & M. college, and to carry on the Prairie View school were to be withdrawn. The 947,000, or at most;tbe $05,000 of availa ble fund that will have accrued by the first day of J inuary, 1883, supplemented by the subsequently accruing interest annually of $20,000, or $-29,000, aided by tbe;aonual increase of t'2000 from the sale or laaftia and the investment of its pro ceeds, will not be euflleienl means io erect the necessary buildings, buv libra ries, apparatus, furniture and other necessary appliances, ana pay proiessors lor a first-class university embracing the main university and medical deparunent alone for many years to come. The co...

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. — 20 April 1882

"HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. San Antonio does not want to be in the same congressional district with Austin. - Guiteau is growing fat. So much the better for hit easy taking off when the end comes. Tub pawenger tariff bill, bringing fare on railways to three cents a unit, is a law, and it goes into effect without delay. Houston becomes a candidate for the state democratic convention. A strong executive committee has been organized for the purpose of prosecuting the canvass. Lincoln is an aboriginal stalwart, and that is why he is the only re tained member of the Garfield cabi net. We rather think the exception reditable to the secretary of war. Jesse James' effects were sold at auction, and lively bidding is re ported. An old gripsack in which he is supposed to have carried nu oc casional change of raiment, brought $21, and other traps sold equally well. The Dallas Timet calls on the leg islature to regulate charges and ser vice, on the part of telegraph com panies. The Statesman does wish...

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. — 20 April 1882

V ) THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIX, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 20.1882 Jay (Jouli Is reported as speed liijr bis Way to Texas. .The land league of America peti tions the president to recall Mr Lowell. Tirp Grand Commaudery of Texas, Knight Templars, couvencs at Dallas to-day. IIowoate, beiujr given liberties, slipped his guard, and lias tied. He has gone to And Dorsey. And now the Uorsicana Ohserver wants "Gnat (Jurious" to commit bigamy to secure a postofllco. The editor of the Quill Is back at borne writing ou "the trip to Cali iornia." He has been to Washington and Is looking west. Tf.ru is flooded with counterfeit money made in the United States This look suspicious, just after Mr. Blaine's agents have becu man ipulating tilings iu that quarter. Acting (Jovcruor Campb ell, of Missouri, decides not to order a special election at this time, to fill the vacancy in congress, caused by the death of Hon. Thomas Allen. Kni.i,ojn a senatorial term ex pi res next March, and he will never got i...

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. — 20 April 1882

T V y i w i' n L to. urit in rfiiTiilMi'"rtt a THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. JTIIUIISDAY,. APRIL 20.1882 A TRIBUTE TO ACSTI5T. f Ron l hern eltlea, Atln, lorelr qneen, Atfalu I arret tbea In thy mh of green, ll.ra lavish nature, with nnsparlng hand, Adrn and bantlne tha arnlllna land. And wravva aruund tha wanderer's aual a spell Thy heart can only feel wurda cannot tell. Thy mod eft hnmesteada, rlreled by the roar. Invite and yield to all a awaet repoae; Thy hospitality, ao freeiy slven, The wanderer a heart, lu thank, llfta np to heaven, While from hia llpa fall only word of pralae For such Una hearta. In these degenerate daya. Thy ann from grand, heroic alrea are bred ; Thv bHinming maldena, by atera Ttrtne led, With all the gracee of accomplished life That lend the hiirhrntrbarm, aa friend or wife Their pure and cultured mlnda lift them above Tha ecbamca of faehlon and tha uicka of lova. The stranecr here not lone a stranger Uvea, Hut thr.WKh responsive sympathy, ha aires...

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. — 20 April 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, ArML 20,1882 .DEPARTMENT NOTES. From Wednesday's Paly. Yesterday nothing occurred in the comptroller' oflire, treasury department or general land otUce of public interest. SECRETARY OF STATE. Yesterday the Star bottling works company, of Houston, Texas, filed charter io the olllce of secretary of state. The objoct of the company is the man ufacture, bclilirig, sale and shipment of soda water, saroaparilla, ginger ale and artificial mineral waters, syrups and ex tracts for flavoring, and for the bottling of beer, ale and porter. The capital stock is fixed at f 0,0iK), divided into shares of $100 each. The directors are It Colter, Willium 1). Cleveland and Edward Haight. There waa also filed in this office an amendment to the chartcafof the Mock Journal publishing company of Fort Worth, increasing the capital stock of the company to f .'iO.tXH). ATTORN ET GENERAL The attorney general is considering sn amendment to the ch'irter of the iS'i...

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. — 27 April 1882

1 L THE WEtKLT STATESMAN. Attorney General Boonk it talked ofui candidate for con gress. It is beld by tome that Parnell' release cancels the warrant of ar rest Ilia whereabouts is matter of conjecture. The Examiner says some people are talking of ex-State Treasurer Dora being presented as a candi date tor bis old position. Blaine is getting desperate, and is thinking about trying to be gov ernor of Maine, lie would like to more back into the senate. And now the Republicans desire to save their bacon by passing a ten years Chinese bill. The president will bardly dare refuse to sign it. The wiro of Dr. Felton, of Georgia, is said to be one of the best Informed persons in political matters in the state, and the doctor does as most wise men do ; he allows himself to be guided by the advice of his bet ter half. Secor Robeson, as senator, is trying to secure an appropriation of $10,000,000 with which to rebuild the nary. Should he succeed, and he and Cameron run the job, Brady's rapid gr...

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. — 27 April 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIX, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 27.1882 Thr Weatherford Commercial Jlerald wants Judge J. L. Camp, of Upshur county, made governor. Br June, U is thought, the Tal-nier-Sullivan railway will hare been completed orcr one hundred miles west of Laredo. Thr way the thing looked In the house, yesterday, was that railway legislation lor the baluucc of the season is "cooked." Dr. Clkvelanu left, yesterday for his home in the Golden State, lie is one ol the many very pros perous citizens of San Francisco. Bomb of Colonel Whitehead's friends speak favorably of his nomi nation by the Democratic conven tion for the position of attorney general. Yesiekday Hon. John Ireland departed lor Scguiu. It is the opin ion of not a few, that iu less than twelve months from uow he may re turn as governor. . Senatob Fair, of California, is ' said to be the richest man iu the ignited States senate ; in fact, he is uiuuced ri'JoiJU 411 the other r- i jPo'k i him urnifus bill iriviuir fpg i...

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. — 27 April 1882

u Y t v.. 7 A r i. THK WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. fllURSDAV, APRIL 27. 18 DEPARTMENT NOTES. From Sunday' Daily.) The board of education wu in seasioiJ yesterday consuliing with Dr. furry, ili reference to aid to be contributed to tbl irte khooii from the Pea body fumt, nviiiiuK ucnuiic w mm uone. i Commissioner SiMtigbt la his report ti the leKiMlature, naytt: During tlie lear tbli office haa heel nierany nwweu wun letter and proape luses from manager of availed benev leut. pbilauthroplc, religious, and inatri- hiuuim aiu association, organized and chartered in otber state, alt confessedly without capital, and all professedly not Insurance corporation, and therefore claiming exemption from aute aunervi alon and atate taxation, but nevertheless propoatDK to isau.i Ufa pollclea. or matrl niooial policies, under tbe name ofeerti eate of merul.en.blp, to collect premium under the name ol leesofadnilssloo.duea and mortuary or Matrimonial ae menu, and promlainir to Da dsath io... or...

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. — 27 April 1882

1 1 7 THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 27.1882 For the Statiska!!. Alt JACI.XTO DAT. to m TmuN nuiiiiuorniniu rito- LUTIOM; AND, THKUt UH TUM, TO ALL wuo hkhoicallt viuirr tub ATTUM or LIF1 AMD HCMAHrrr. Hill, hall, ya noble heroes, all, enrrlyor of that bead. Who year ego. on thli gled day, with gallant heart and haod, A feariee aa the traaty eteel of yonr avenging bend, The naughty tyrant routed, with hi murderoae command. And feve to na, at your blood-coat, thl lair and fertile land I u. How dark and tbreal'mngdawned that day I Yet ye. In aomin-re few, Bsaolvi-d your all at elake to place, the path ol right purae TbeeaKim' flight four way did point, and at the Cue ye now. Not earing that therr aambere were aa ten to one to yon; And, then and there, the butcher of the Alamo y tw I Oh I might of right end high reaolTet What won der ye perform I The men of pure and brave Intent can ride and qnell tne attirm Of hale and strife, and frand anil force, though with he...

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. — 4 May 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Mr. Gould is accompanied by Liu wife and daughter. Revolution in Russia is not one of things just now highly probaUe. Thk Dallas Herald specially dis claims bciug the organ of corpora tions. Mr. Jkfkkkson Davis Las been in New Orleans speaking before the Southern Historical society. Galveston and Houston having pooled issues on deep water, can now dictate to the entire Texas coast Thk brightness and kindness and generosity of one McCollum ever lends interest to the expressions of the Examiner. In Galveston they are refusing to take street car tickets, because a bushel of them are not worth in trinsically a dollar. Mothers-in-law should learn a lesson from the lute act of violence on the part of Edwin Prcscott, ol West Somerville, Mass. And now the Statesman is scan ning the field in search of a Demo crat who may beat our distinguished representative in congress, Hon. George Washington Jones. Qcken Victoria's expressed opin ion is that attempts on h...

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. — 4 May 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, - TEXAS. rilUESDAY, MAY 4.1882 Thb Republicana of Tennessee have nominated Governor Hawkins for re-election. It la stated positively that Second Assistant Vnatmaster timer is to step down and out. Arguments in the Mason case were closed, but the court will not decide before Mar 8. Further news as to the storm in northern Texas will be looked for and read with interest rw June the fifth the first eun of the campaign will be fired, by state election in Oregon. Da. Lamson confessed his guilt just before stepping off into the great unexplored hereafter. Goitkau has become wonderfully resigned to his fate since learning that Mrs. Scoville is to lecture. Blaine's plume, in this South Amnriran investigations. lOOkS a great deal like a white feather. TJnw that the editors hare crone to California, the people throughout Texas may expect better papers ior a week or two. President Arthur will have to lam this new anti-Chinese bill to save even a corporal's guard o...

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. — 4 May 1882

""HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. niURSDAV, MAY 4. 1882 KISSING. A Casa rnra a Caalns; C'anpla Oat taa Black IwnIuii, It la not often a girl Is kissed too much and less frequently doe a boy suffer from too much of that sort of thing. It is so different from washing and ironing and cooking and sweeping down the stairs that girls have been known to seek kissing rather tban those things and often much to the neglect of them. It has never been supposed that any great dan ger lurked In kissing, even though a great deal of it be done, and if it has sometimes fatigued the very ardent for sometimes the very best things will fatigue one it has usually been a fatigue which all were willing to accept. It appears, however, that there is a great deal of danger in kissing which is cot sensibly and decently done. A story conies through the English papers of an extraordinary young German cou ple who wagered to Kiss each other ten thousand times in the course of ten hours. That seems easy enough...

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. — 4 May 1882

THE WEEEY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 4.1882 TORNADOES. SwMe IterelB Facta n Flf res Akat a Black Dr a Cyela. Gen. Ilazen, the chief signal omcer of the United States, has been giving a frret deal of attention of late yean to the subject or me very acsirucuvo cy rlonet which occasionally ocrur in the western slates. Ho Is doin ao with the view to obtaining sufficient knowledtfo of thin class of storms that some of their evils may be averted,, or at least great'y mitigated. As Texs is by no means ex empt from them, and as all who live in regions that are liable to be often visited by these destructive winds, will be inter ested to know tlist.alrcady Sergeant Fin ley is about to start out t investigate tha track of the stotms which swept over Michigan, Iowa and Illinois, on the Oth Inst Sergeant Flnh y has done some very valuable work on this subject. Last year the signal service issued, as one of Its professional papers, a very im portant monograph on I lie character of t...

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. — 11 May 1882

i J s THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTLS, TEXAS. There were 110 failures through out the country last week, as re ported by Dun's agency. A. T. Stewart's mammoth up town store, in New orlc, is to bo converted into a museum, with Forepaugh aa its mauager. The German government seems to have its hands full all the lime. First it had socialism, then the to bacco monopoly, and now it Is the insurance ring. Empikks are even more uugrate ful than republics. The munici pality of Marxe'illcs issuing Eugenic to recover a chateau it once pre sented to her imperial liirsband. Tub Methodist churches of Brook lyu are consolidating. The plan is economical, and while four minis ters are scut out upon the world, no strangers to starvation, one is made contented and happy. It was lucky that the governor's veto of the county tax bill was sus tained. Ti e adoption ot the bill would have produced eudless litiga tion, annoying to officials and detri mental to the best interests of so ciety. We publish a lette...

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. — 11 May 1882

i'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. fHUKSDAY, MAY 11,1882 Betwekv the last two annual re unions, thirty-four Texas veterans passed from the scenes of their earthly struggles. TnE president proclaim the riot act against the lawless cow-boys iu Arizona, and If they dou't disperse he will seud the troops after ihein. The Galveston Journal steps to the front in defense of Colonel Fred. D. Grant, again -t the imputation that he connected himself with a ring of electric light swindlers iu Boston. General Jkromk Bonaparte Robertson wants to lead the Wash- w . . I Ol 1.1 1 overpower the enemy, what will be come of Senator Coke, the darling ofWaco? THKjury in the cao of Hubert E. Cowart, for killing Judge Thur inoud, at Dallas, brought in a ver dict of murder in tho second degree and assessed the penalty at seven years in the peniteutiary. The Galveston, llarrisburg ami San Antouio railway, the Texas aud New Orleans aud tho Louisiana Western have been consolidated. T. W. PiVrcc, Jr., is ge...

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. — 11 May 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, ... TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1883 Quite ad U still quad of artillery. guarded by a The present Irish policy does not receive favorable comment from tbe London press. Lieutenant Dan nkkhowkk was received by the emperor aud em press of Itussla. Skxator,(Jokr'8 lriends are nut ou the board, moving for all tbe points in sight. This stuff about Governor Kob- erts selecting a successor is absurd iu the highest degree. The opiniou gnius ground that the slate in iroiug to buihl a house or houses for imperative use. Tub New York legislature is still iu sessiou. and therein Texan is Ibe more blessed of the two sluice. Great iutcrcst attaches to the probable illustrations, atl'ccting J'exas legislators, that may appear the Police Gazette. Secretary Lincoln, it is charg ed, is greatly uudcr the influence ot John A. Logan; hence Lincoln's de termined opposiliou to Fitz John Porter. It will be observed that the Statesman is giving the first pub lication of the laws p...

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. — 11 May 1882

t I ! t THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1882 AFTER THE ADJOCKJIJIEST. Now the country legislator Hftketh out bl little satchel From the rlo-et iu bla hidnrnm. Kollelh upliis ritra dtcsry, Ultra collar, extra necktie, Kxtra mil., mill extra .t kin its l'acka them In hU litilr satrhrl, 11 lea him from Ilia Capital City. When npnn hi. native heal her In Ilia conntr where be ranio from, VS hera the hrooka go riiipllngwawanl, Where the peach crop can't lie tru-U il : Where the iiah ami yellow puiopkiu. Cantaloupe auil watermelon, 4irow to it. wi enormous. Kind tDelr way Inlotliu .umtiima Of the editor "of pnpur. And arertulT noticed therein He la everything to all mi ll. Here the country l gislator I. at home ainoiiK hi lei low.. To the country store he lasateus, Hit him down upon a harrel, Where the clerk baa hull the slun out; "Cheap for casb" upuu a pasteboard. (lather round him then the voter Of the town and of tl county. And he telle them all the .lory Of the ...

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. — 18 May 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, - - TEXAS. THECuero Star want Judge Stay ton tent to congress. Call the primaries, aud give tho masses a full swing at the result. The Belton Journal advocates tbe candidacy of Judg6 Saunders for congress. Ckx. Porter, makes au appeal to congress to restore him to hi posi tion in the army. Tiik Dallas Times fails to pafs anything to tbe credit of the seven teenth legislature. Six thousand immigrants were received at Castle Garden on tbe lllh of this mouth. When the Irish people are treated as equals of the Kuglish then politi cal disturbance will be at an end in Ireland. The Gonzales Enquirer wants Judge Ireland made governor; aud so does the Herald and Planter, of Iavaca county. The Waco Examiner does not banker after Mr. Mills for cougrcss. Senator Coke probably prefers Colonel D. C Giddlugs. The Bremont Enterprise favors John II. Reagan for governor, but is not abl) to state whether his name could be used for tbe nomination. CoNGRKsa begins to recogn...

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. — 18 May 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1882 July 18th in fixed a tlic day for the assemblage, of the Democratic convention nt Galveston. Will the masses think nnd net for themselves in the primaries, or will they leave nil the thinking uml ( lag to the politicians aud the office seekers? A little caucus hnsinoss, proba bly, would have been nn nntido'c to the strange freak of tin body that a few day ntfo It-it a vacancy in Milletl'a opera house. Speakek Kkikkk's constituents are not so well sal'mticd that they will couiiuue thU convenient ircn tleman in congress. Judge Law rence first coinpi roller ol the treas ury, may bo asked to take the sent cow occupied hv hint. The supremo court of Maine hi decided that a Maouic lodj;c in not a charitable or benevolent institu tion, wiihiu the nieauiiijrof the laws of Maine, nnd consequently that its real and pcreoual estate is subject to taxation like other properly. Even the licpubliraii papers ad. mlt that the present house o...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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