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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

lAUST nn ATE ;YOL XYII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JUKE 21. 1S88.-PAGES9 Td 12 NO. 30 IN WEEKLY CHICAGO he Fight for the Temporary Chairmanship Lost by the Californians. V?pew Solidly Supported by New Yorii Enthusiastic Ovation to Mrs. Logan. CjpoaiEg of the Republican Na- I tional Convention at Chicago Yesterday. Speech of Chairman Jones Noth- ing Tone Quarrel of Wise and Mahone. 8KIBMI8HIKG. June 18. Skirmishing pre- the great battle whioh will jBintimary to be foru al'y opened iu the oonvention to- mo'-row vas unusually active and ag- gtcJfivu ;" the hotel oorridors this morn- ing -A i ' arly as 7 o'clock the deoks of the lixrn hoail juarters were cleaaed for action ami G-u ie Henderson was upon the BQi-zi u'i-eoting operations. 1'he an- nounce r. : nt of Mr. Depew's candidacy 6i-i'i':; l it to have invigorated the Allison foi ''fcs. The Allison men claim that Iowa and Oikrado are in hearty co-opera- 3UEBAHI.N0 FOB DEPEW. Ckh .() June 18. The New York dele- yit'on r.iut at no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

nrrcTTV OTPi'rv CT A TFSM A V THURSDAY .TTCF. ?1 IfiRS WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. i.. A. Ki.i.is. - Pretldent Iki T. I'bvub Vice-President t vtin Ukowm Hfcretury . K. IUmbt General Manager KATES OF bUBSCKIPTION. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advsnco) t11' 00 BU months " " " J"' Threw months " " " f 90 Oniunniitil " " ' ' BIN DAT IIAII.Y. Twelve moatlie t; J) bu months - I uu WEKKLT. Hii monthe Vwttlve in nthii i'i P.wtaiie free to all parts of the I nlted Mates and ReiliU by draft on Auffin P. O. money order tont.l note retili-tered MW or exprees. bamiile e plea sent frwe on application. Twelve Pages. TIIK PAKTV CAN AT LEAST K3TAUMSII TilK PHKCEDENT. Ill diH0usslng the selection of the su- preme judges for another terra of ollioe the Uulvest m Newsmys: "Theoiiiididntnre of uu cue now on tho beech or off the ticuob ought to be submitted to any other test than personal fltbess ho long an the election la by tho party in power." Ex- actly so and ns t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 21 18S3 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Fast Time. The little steamboat has made it from the foot of the Avenue to Barton creek and ap the creek some distance and re- turn in forty minutes. The little craft behaves well and with plenty of water in the river will be a great source of pleasure to the population and one of profit to the owners. A Sad Death. Saturday at Dripping Springs twenty- five miles southwest of Austin the death of an 8-year old child of Mr. John Crow oocurred under very sad .ciromnstances. A few days before while playing with a lot of beans one was drawn into the wind- pipe and into the lung causing inflam- mation which resulted in death. Birth Day Party. Master Pope Caldwell the bright little son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Caldwell cele- brated his thirteenth birthday by giving a delightful little party last night at the family residenoe 404 west Twelfth street. There were some forty or fifty of his young friends pres...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 21 1888 12 Want of Sleep Is sending thousands annually to the insane asylum ; and tie doctors say this trouble Is alarmingly on the increase. The usuat remedies while they may give temporary relief are likely to do more harm than good. What is needed is an Alterative and Llood-rmrilier. Ayer'3 Sarsaparlllu. is incomparably the best. It corrects those disturbances in the circulation which cause sleepless- ness gives increased vitality and re- stores the nervous system to a healthful condition. Rev. T. G. A. Cote agent of the Mass. Home Missionary Society writes that his stomach was out of order his sleep very often disturbed and some im- purity of the blood manifest ; but that a perfect cure was obtained by the use of Ayer's Sursaparilla. Frederick W. Pratt 424 Washington street Boston writes: "My daughter was prostrated with nervous debility. Ayer's Sarsaparilla restored her to health." William P. Bowker Erie Pa. was cured of nervousness and s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

ATJS rn a nmrr MAN; in U A u u YL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 28 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 31 J.lN WEEKLY 8 m. Kmck-Down and Drag-Out Fight in the Committee on Credentials. WISE AND MAHONE rart the Eumpua by a Whispered Eemark Unknown in its Nature. : :WY BEACH FOB OHE ANOTHER F; it While Engaged in the Noble Art of Self Defense are Separated. THE ENTIRE COMMITTEE Pikes a Hand in a General Fight Finally Quelled by the Police. NO BALLOT TAKEN. Convention Adjourns at Midnight to Resume Work at 10 O'clock Thursday. Chicago June 20. The great conven- ts n hall filled more rapidly this morning than yesterday. Uncompleted details of "rangements for seats compelled the - "geants-at-arms to keep the crowd oat sterday and nntil nearly noon to-day . ien there was nothing wantiDg and the . ger expeotant puzzled and somewhat . ary maltitade flowed into the building th great expectation visible npon every j ce. The Wise-Mahone eph-odeof yes- ' rday'a session had whetted the appetite ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 28 1688 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXA8. BTATJESMAS PUBLISHIJKi COMPANY f a riijn Pnlnent ImVfSw. VlPreid.nt Pittoh Bkowh " f-rrriary W. K. Habt General Jdanager KATES OF IsUBSClUl-riON. DAILY. One Year (la variably In advance) 1 1? Hit months " " ' Three months " " " One mouth I mi SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve months blx montba ' WEKKI.T. Six montbe T Pom. JS'e'to ail virU I.VJhe L'i'Vi St'tV. and CKe"mUby draft on Austin P. O. ".oney ord postal notJ registered letter or express. Sample jptes nt free on app licatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. F IOH DISTKICT ATTORNEY I am a emo- cratlc candidate tor uiamci auorney Jol II. bTEWAHT. t"t7"E are authorized to announce Hon. Geo. W . W (ilaoacock of Georgetown ae a democratic candidate lor state senator of the Twenty-fourth dlatiiat. FOK MIKKiFK We are author .ed to announce W. S. I.ee a candidate lor Sheriff of Travis county subject to the action uf tlie county demo- cratic convention. "LOKJIIDK 1NSPKCTOH We are author...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 23 I880 THE LEASE LAW.. The Acts of the Irrepressible and Board Illegal ut the Innocent Cattlemen Must Stand to Their Cod tracts Re- gardless of the Ille- gal Acts. 1 The following is a synopsis of the opin- ion of Chief Justice Stay ton in the snit by the state on lease contracts made by the etate to M. L. Swissen by the laud board tinder the aot of April 12 1883 and ap- pealed ttom Travis county: The leases were for six years and the ocntract prioes were 20 8 and 6 cents per aero. There was judgment below for the state and the questions presented are: First The constitutionality of that pro- vision of the statu'e providing for the leasing of the the common school lands. Second The want of power in the legis- lnture under the constitution to make the offioers of the executive department a latd board and to delegate legislative power to such board. Third That such board arbitrarily es- tablished regulations not authorized by the act. The court...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 28 1E88 Continued From First I'aiie . ably consider these bills is a willful viola tion of the sacred Ameiican principles of local self-government Rod merits the cou- demnntion of ail just men. Ihe pending bills in the senate to enable the people of Washington North Dakota and Mcntana territories to form constitutions and es- tablish state governments should be passed without unnecessary delay. The republican party pledges itself to do all in its power to facilitate the admission of the Territories of New Mexico Wyomiig Idaho and Arizona to the enjoyment of self-government as Btates; luch of them as are now qualified as soon as possible and others as soon as they may become so. The political power of the Mormon church in the territoriis as exercised is tie past is a menace to free ii.stiluionn too dangerous longer to be suffered. Therefore we pledge the republican party to appropriate legislation asserting the sovereignty of the nation in all te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STAliSMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 2S 1888 5 A NEW IDEA. For Securing a Permanant Deep Sea Port for Texas By Damming the Colorado and the San Bernard and by Chan- nel Turn Them Into ' the Brazos. To tbe Editor of the Statesman: Without niidnly disparaging the capa- bilities of other points oa the coast of Texas as possible f ature potts for large set going vessels I Invite attention to the following remarks on the feasibility of forming a port at the month of the Bra- zos river nt a comparatively less coct than at any other point of the Texas coast. It will be seen by an inspeotion of the map of Texas that every one of its numerous rivers the Brazos alone ex cepted instead of debouching directly into tbe.eea empties itself into a prac- tically land looked lake or bay into vihioli thong h there is deep secure anchorage within large sea going vessels cannot en- ter owing to an obstruction or bar across the outlet to the sea. In the per- petually recurring formation of these bars ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

1USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. JUNE 28 iSSS 6 mwm. The Republican i'ow-Wow and War Dance Comes to a Standstill. NO CHOICE YET MADE. Tha Icebertr From Ohio Loads the Racn by a Largo Majority. DEPEW WITHDRAWS. Hew York Has Decided To-Mor row to Support the "Plumed Knight." CONFERENCE OF LEADERS. (Jiiituoo Jane 22. The convention has reached thatstnite Bt which n'l in'.ero. t ia i'K proceedings cuhniuute. L'hs men who pu t t lie wires h ivo been up lit 11 fly h11 night buJ the air of thecou- v H'.tion hull ns it begun to lilt w.s full or rumors theories mi l blind guesses. Slioi iniiQ loomed op lint night because of the g.ent demonstration wnioh Funiker's sec- ond if Ueueral Hustings' nomination of Uiu O.iio seuutor's name provoked but there was n foeling in the city thut Sher iiiiiu could not win to-day and if he did no win to day he cannot win Ht all Tes- ter J-iy'd demonstration was geuernlly be- hoved t) be more of r Foraker boom tiinu a merman uoost but no one ran separata the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 2S l?es 7 What People Say at Home: Shebman Tex. May 15 1888. This is to oertify that for the past eight years I have been a great sufferer with hay fever. Have spent thousands of dollars in traveling and for medicine and fonnd no relief until I took Wm. Rndain's Microbe Killer. I take pleasure in saying that it is curing me and will cure anyone who will give it a fair trial. Respectfully C. W Kimball Shebman Tex. May 15 1888 This is to certify that I was a sufftrer for twelve months with an attack of paralysis and two jugs of Wm. Radam's Microbe Killer oured me. J. M. Cullebs H. H. Bablow Agent Sherman Tex. RADAM'S KILLER THE 6EXB1NE ARTICLE! Head the Proof: J. B. Repsdorph No. 128 Main street Houston writes his wife and his sister wife of Contractor Hausoo were cured and he is pleased to give testimony to the good of Microbe Killer. A lady from the North Side Mrs. S. D. Wilkins No. 124 Center street Houston' says she had enlarged tonsils from...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

I I. i :! i ' . i Ml ' i SORE FROM KNEE TO ANKLE. 8 tin enly a ne. FlMh a mm of rtleaim. Ls itlrr.Lol-lid on--thlrd in !). Condition hope- less. Cured by the C iticura Remedies. Kjr three years 1 w almut crippled with an awful s ir 1-st from mv kvn down to my ankle; tin akin entirely it ine and the lHsh wan one in ma of rtiseae. Some physicians pronounced It Incurable. It had diminished almiit one th'rd the six of the o her aid I w ia in a boolean condition. fter trvtne all kinds of remedies and ;ieidln li'in.lr'ds of dollars fnm which I Rut no rlif wha ever 1 wan periad-d to try your CiTu i itA IIKMKDIK- and the result as follows: After three days 1 mtlced a de hied chaniM for the hotter ant at the end of two mon'ha 1 whs com- pletely cured. My It wh wat purine) and the hone C which hvlbeen exposed for over a year) irot Hind. Thalleahbemntoumw and today ami fur nearly two years past mv leg l well as ever it was. sound In every respect and not a sln of the diseati to he seen. h. i. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

( ! f STATESMAN. YOL XYIL AUSTIN TEXAS .THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 28 1S88.-PAGES9 TO 12 NO. 31 AUSTIN WEEKLY ILL Ml The Agony at Chicago Ended and the Long Looked for Nomination Made. HARRISON OF INDIANA Employed to Lead the Republican Party to Its Waterloo . in November.' LEVI P. MORTON To Assist Him in That PleasiDg Duty But Little Enthu- siasm Created. BLAINE'S LAST TELEGRAM' Dated From Scotland Turns the Varying Fortunes of the Day. Chicago June 25. At 11:08 o'clock the convention was called to order when Boutelle arose to a question of privilege and said: "I find myself some what embarrassed in being thrown even into the semblance of antagonism to the representatives of the delegation from the great Jfaoiho slope who have come here manifesting such devotion to the chieftain whose bnnner I have fol- lowed with pride and affection lo ! these many years. Applause I would like on this occasion in the most appropriate and did I feel it proper in view of t'ae courtesies to which I am in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

iCSUN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JL'NE 23 1SS3 WEEKLY STATESMAN.! AlfTlN. TKXAS. I CTATKS.MAS JTBUolUNG COMPANY. L A. Eli. l're!dit I XI T. Fkyor flTTo! liluiWN w. K. LUmbv Vloe-Pre-td-ot GenerAl AlanAi-r KATES OF SUUSC'RIPTION DAT1.T. One Year (Invariably in advouo) Hi months Three month " " " One muath " " " M-'NDAY DA11T. Twelve months bix month WEEKLY. M'l i . 5 j . : 1 Hx moDths Tv1vm ill .nlha Puotaira free u nil par: of the I nlttil S'.ates aud Canada. Keratl hjr Craft on Austin P. O. n.cney order poet.1 note reirift.-r.-d Hit or express. faru-.de i lei mt free on application. Twelve Pages. THE HEPI'ULICANS ASSOl'SOK KEADY After ft week of wranlmt' the repub- lican party ha selected its champions for the comlchf conflict. Beujamiu Uar- rison and Levi V. Morton compose the national ticket now placed in the Meld by thin part It ft an unexpected ticket but an eminently respectable one. Har rinon is known from the nme won for Jim in the earlier years of our nation's history as w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 2318S8 11 - CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Something Needed. X fine mmumout iu the capitol grouads commemorative of the independ ence of Texas would be the very thin nud the elate mast have one. The Very First. Mr. J. R. Gt. Heflin who his a splendid gr Jen north of the city was iu yester- day with some very Sue aud large sweet potatoes of this year's growth. He also brought in the larjes; melons yet offered one of them weighing forty-two pounds. Mr. Heflin is making a decided suooess as a first-class gardoner. Work of Arc. Yesterday through Mr. Walter Tipps ths state was preeuted with a bast of the Honorable Gustave Soaleioher the work of Miss Elizabeth Ney. Miss Ney ranks among the very first lady soulptors in the Uuited Statos aud hur work pres anted to the state yesterday is very fine and in keeping with her repn:ation. Chosen Friends. Chas. W. Newnatn D. 6. C instituted a new counoil of the order of Chosen Friends in K..of P. hall...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 23 18S3 12 v. id What a Time People formerly hud trying to swallow the old-fashioned pill with its film ol magnesia vaiuly disguising its bitter- ness ; and what a contrast to Ayer's 11 lis that Lave been well called " med- icated sugar-plums" the only fear be- ing that patients may bo tempted into taking too many at a dose. But the directions are plain aud should be strictly followed. J. T. Teller M. D. tf Chittenanpo N. Y. expresses exactly what hundreds have written at greater length. Ho cays: " Ayer's Cathartic Pills are highly appreciated. They are perfect in form and coating and their effects aro all that the most careful physician could desire. They linvo supplanted all tho Tills formerly popular here and I think It must be long before any other can bo made that will at all' compare with them. Those who buy your pills get full valuo for their money." "Safe pleasant and certain in their action" is tho concise testimony of Ur. Oeorgo E. Wal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

EEKLY STATE YOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 5 1S88.---PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 32 AUSTIN SMAN POLITICAL Meetine of the . National Demo- cratic Committee at Washington. Sub-Committeees Appointed for the Conduct of the Campaign. Washington June 27. The national demooratio committee met at the Arling- ton hotel at 10:30 o'clock last night and remained in session nntil after midnight. The committee was called to order ley Senator Gorman and proceeded atonoe to the election of a permanent chairman. Mr. Barbour of Virginia nominated Tom. H. Barnum of Connecticut and his motion was seconded by Mr. Tarpey of California and others. Whereupon Mr. Barnum was elected by a rising vote. A committee of five with Mr. Gorman as chairman was appointed to nominate a secretary and assistant secretary of the committee and subsequently reported the names of Mr. D. P. Sherine of Indiana as secretary and Mr. E. B. Dickinson of New York as assistant secretary and thev were immediately elected. At the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 5 1S88 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AU3T1S. Tit X AS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY T. A Ritju. President PtTTOH Bkowh " bwri'Uirj W R Hambv. veneral Manager KATES OF SCBSCRIPTIO.V. DAILY. One Yew (Invariably In advance) tin no S'.x months Three months " " " One month " " " SUND4T DAILT. 5 i I uu Twelve months J J Six months 1 IX WEEKLY. 5a 8lx months Twelve nionthi i Potaue free lb all parte of the L nltea siaiea Canada. . Hm It draft on Austin. P. O. money order. postal note reclstered letter or express e jplet sent free on application. Sample ANNOUNCEMENTS. TPOR DISTRICT ATTOKNEY-I am a emo- rl it.... 'Harriet nttiirnv. Jul II. bTEWAirr. IITE are authorized to announce Hon. Geo. W. V Olaesciick if Oeorvetown a democratic candidate fur state senator uf the Twenty-fourth district. "LpOH MIEKiFF- -We are authorized to announce W.s. Lee a candidate for sheriff of Travis county eulO't to lue action of the county demo cratic convention. "70K HIDE INSPECTOR W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 5 1888 DOMESTIC News of tha Country Crimes Casualties and Incidents From All Points. Another Labor Upheaval Threat- ening' Among Pennsyl- vania Wage Workers. FittbbubQi Jane 30. There is no change in the iron situation this morning. Both sides are firm and when the day tarns go off this evbnin all the mills in the west with the exception of twelve operated by non-union men will close down for an in- definite period. A dispatoh from Youngstown Ohio re- ports the mills in Mahoning valley pre- paring for protracted suspension. Not- withstanding discouraging reports made by mill men they do not seem to be worried. Almost all who were spoken to believe the suspension will not continue longer than two or three weeks. A shut down is always neoessary at this time of the year for repairs and stock- taking. The manufacturers they olaiin have used the same arguments for years and always opposed the Amalgamated as- sociation as vigorously as at present. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 5 1888 4 CITY AND COUiNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Big Tators. Mr. Jnok Wilson living near St. Elmo brouaht to Tue Statesman ollioe yester- day an Irish potato weighing two and a half pounds. A Big Yield. Mr. Isherwood living a mile east of town had an Irish potato Bent to him laet spring which he planted. A few days ago he dug the yield from this one potato and the quantity weighed eighty pounds. Will Languish. It is hot; bat Mr. Diok T. Springfield and Mr. J. R. McDada will languish in the Washington county jail as the court of appeals yesterday aftirmed the decision of the lower court in their habeas corpus case. Died. Alma Bastian the little 2-year-old daughter of Mr. Henry Bistian died yes- terday at 12 o'olook. The funeral will take plane at 8 o'clock this morning from the family residence at 1001 Han Juointo street corner of Soholz' garden. Friend of the family respectfully invited. ' Wants to Know. The uble editors who have been frant io...

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