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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 3 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTEN TEXAS. THURSDAY - AUGUST 3. 188J DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of Xavnrro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Hed River. FOR TREASURER F. K. LUBllOCK of Galvtiton. FOR COMMISSIONER (iKNERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WAL&II of Travis. FOR ATTORNEY UENERAI JOHN D. TEMI'LETON of Tarrant. FOR C HIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT ' A. II. WILUE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. ST A Y TON. of Victoria ; C. S. WEST ;of T-vta. FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS J. P. WHITE of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dalian ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. Loo an is apokeu of u a probablo Republican candidate for president. It is apparent that Colonel Wash Jones is not a success as a splitter of the Democratic party In Texas. The first step in the way of a practical civil service reform is to reform the Republicans out ot office. P The national association of vet- erans of the Mexican war will be held in Nashville September I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 3 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY. - - AUGUST 3. 1882 J ' IO.HK CITY DAYS. 1 - ' eduau rAwcrrr. Dfr are the days though far apart. Wbeo ummer'i genial aorcerles (low Full on the eliy's turbid heart JTrom w hers sine feed and deletes blow; When breezes loved hjr brook snd cladce Float peaceCul over greed's raw strife And live tbe untaoeful clab or trade Melodious hluu of ampler lifel ;Bnci dara with aoft companion eem "Ths Infrequent captive treea to greet. That devleaa from unll pavement gleam in torrid square or aullrv struct. They make the pent frrne vaguely sigh Por distant meadows rich In balm. That aweep to where the on trammeled sky Leana low and claapa them with It calm. They rouse to delicate aurprlae Thoee rare scant hrube tbe courtyard net And bid so rue faded flower aurinino A murmur a though of phantom hers. But other meaaairea tliejr tend. While gladdening thu the town' turmoil To pltuiiua Uvea that yearly bend i Below the tyranny of toll". Sad women gannt w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 3 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN . . - TEXAS. THURSDAY - - AUGUST 3 1882 "Williamson county it is eaid will send no delegates to the sena- torial convention. Thk Republicans have got the Greenbacken in tow and will ex- hibit them this fall. Louisiana is now of the opinion that It would be good policy to stop the lottery business in the state. On account of the war iu Egypt the cotton planters of the south may expect a good price for their cottou this year. - Memphis has eniorced strict quar- antine against New Orleans where 1 1 r i a lew caqcs oi veuow icvcr nave appeared. The Greeubackers think the Re- publicans are much older and big- ger men than they are and lamblike follow in their footsteps. It strikes the average citizen that the more our rivers and harbors are improved the more mouey does it take to improve them. A party that is taking measures to suppress the facts in the star route frauds can afford and does wink at Hubbell'a assessment 'rob- beries. The southern darkey has to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 10 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month f 1 00 T waive Month S 00 Club of 10 oo Club of M 80 00 Another demand baa risen In Charleston for bonds of the late Con- federate states. The candidates are making des- perate efforts to be breezy and ac- commodating. The solicitude of the Republican managers for the welfare of the Greenback patriots is truly refresh- ing these long hot August days. The Democrats of Dallas county had better heal their differences oyer Wellborn and Crawford and not give encouragement to the enemy. The Republicans and Greenback- ers in this district are bobbing up and down with great deal of anxiety about "the harmony" we hear so much of. Logan is being groomed by some of the stalwarts for the presidential race in 1884. It is not named who would be commissioned to prepare his state papers for him. High aspirations or ambition lor individual preferences should be laid aside in the district and at county conventions to be held men sel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 10 August 1882

"HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. fJIUKSDAY AUGUST 10. 1882 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR UOVKRNOR JO UN I it ELAND of Guadalupe. FOR LIIUTKNANT. GOVERNOR MARION MAKT1N of Navarro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Keil River. FOR TREASURER F. R. LUBBOCK of Galveston. FOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND Ot'HCB W. C. WALsU of Travis. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. STAYTON of Victoria ; C. S. WEST of Travis. FOR THE COURT. OF APPEALS ;j. r. white. of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dallas ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. Web Flannaoan like a good many other conscientious Republi- cans does not believe in tho Davis plan ot ruougrclism iu politics. On tuk day that Sir Garnet WoUcley left Eugland lor Egypt ArabI Bey advanced his outposts live miles nearer the English lines. The negroes of South .Carolina will give a good many thousands of votes for the Democratic nominees for state and congressiona...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 10 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN ... TEXAS. THURSDAY.--AUGUST 10.1882 HE IS RESTING. In memory of Rev. B.J. Smith Ihia btuubla tribute In sffectlonaU-ly Inscribed by his Irtendaud former papil. Mm. M. K. Wbiitii of Auetln Texas. He t noting t TIs vacation ! Holiday hu at hrcnn i He I resting: from his labors As hs ne'er before hath done. Life with blm was loug and useful; And with deed of love replete Let blm rest mm rests tbe faithful No'er befors wu rest so sweet. . He I resting as the warrior . . Who ha conquered all bis foes; As tbe watchman true to duty Seeks at last bla sweet repose As the brave and fear. ess hero When I he battle's strife Is done Weary k his waiting pillow Calmly sleeps at act of sun. Many trophies for the Ravlnr lie bad gathered by tbe way; They may not be known or numbered Till eternity's great day When It light so grand aud glorious Radiates our woml below When Uod's record shall be opened Tben perhaps we each may know. Lo t a throng of wbltj-rotx-d angels Pupi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 10 August 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. ACSTLX - - TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 10. 1882 fALL i'OIl PRinARIES tm Preclnc IV. 3 to Elect Dele (tea the Democratic County Convention. Ia rjursusnce to the call of the Demo cratic executive committee of Travis county a general county convention will be held at the courthouse in Austin at 13 o'clock m.. Saturday August lit 18S3 for the purpose of nominating the various county otllccrs. 1 berebv call primary meeting in pre duct No. 8 to elect delegates to the said county convention as follows : First ward Sutor'i store. (Second ward Smith's opera house. Third ward City Hall. Fourth ward llickler's Academy. Fifth ward Turner Hall. Hixth ward--Vcillachcr'8 store. .Seventh ward Sclioltz's Hall. Eighth ward Courthouse. Ninth ward TVgener's court room. Tenth ward W. U. Walker's store The above ward meeting will be belt: t 8 o'clock p. m.. Saturday August 12. In addition to the ion-colng city pn marie those Democrats residing in the country portions of precinct No. 3 will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 17 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCKIPTIOS. Six Month! f 1 00 Twelve Montbi 8 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of IS 80 00 The governor's knowledge of yel- low fever and of quarantine ought to enable htm to endure the absence of the state health officer who ac- cording to an official dispatch is " bottled" at Brownsville. For a time it looked as though Keller would fall to get a renomina- tion in his district but he did get it and he may be elected. It is said the bosses begun to send in the money and it made the political mare go ac- cording to their grinding. Cakleto.v Hunt who received the Democratic nomination for con- gressman In the first Louisiana dis- trict is said to be a gcntlemau of de cidedabllity. lie will take the place when elected of General Raudall L. Gibson who is United States sena- tor elect. The Statesman is for Terrell for the senatorship first last and all tbe time; and it is for him because he has considered bo well as seuator the public interests. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 17 August 1882

' V"V r ...... "7 m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUIiSDAY -- AUGUST 17. 1882 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. IFOROOVKRNOR JOHN IUELAND. . of Guadalupe. FOK LIBUTRNANT. UOVEKNOK .MARION MAKT1N -of Navarro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Hed Kivcr. FOR TREASURER F. IC liUBUOCK of Galveston. FOB -COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OrriCB W. C. WAL&U of Travla. FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMI'LETON of Tarrant FOR CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. STAYTON of Victoria ; C. S. WEST of Travis. FuKTl(B COUKTfcOF APPEALS. J. P. WHITE. of Guadalupe; J. M. I1UUT of Dallas ; SAM A. W1LLS0N of Cherokee. Thk Houston Post wants (Jonip- '"troller Browu to run as an indepeu dent Wonder what portion of the chap- erral region the atate health olllccr perambulates to-day? Colonel Hutcheson's with- drawal in favor of Colonel Stewart at UouBton was handsomely done. General Grant and W. II. Tres- colt will act as United States com- mUsipucrs to negotiate a comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 17 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN .-- TEXAS. rilUUSDAY- - AUGUST 17.1882 Iff HARBOR. I think It 1 over over I think It Is over at last : Voices of foeman and lover. Sweet and tb bitter have pMieil : Lite like a tempest oi ocean. Hath outblowo ita ultimate blast. There'e but a faint sobbing e award 'While tbe calm of the tide Ueepeni lee- ward And behold ! like the welcoming quiver Of heart-pulses throbbed through the river. Those lights In the harbor at lait -The heavenly Harbor at last I I feel It over over The windi and the waters turceaie : Dow tew were the daya ol the Kover That nulled In the beauty of Peace ! And diitant and dim was the omen That hinted redress or release. From the ravage of Life and Its riot What marvel I yearn for the quiet Which bides in this harbor at last? For the lights with their welcoming quiver. That throb through the sanctified river Which girdles the harbor at last The heavenly harbor at last? I know It Is over over 1 know it Is over at last; Down sail; t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 17 August 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 17. 1882 Arabi Bey baa assumed the wear- ing of a green turban. Is It signifi- cant of fellowship with Ireland? Tus governor continues to want the state health officer. The ques- tion is did he bottle him or did the officer bottle himself? The Avalanche advertises for a congressman who will not log roll eight monlns for a river and harbor steal to the exclusion of legislation for the reduction of taxes. "Shelby" who writes letters to the Panola Watchman and other pa pers in Eastern Texas; is Hon. Will lam Ptcal Kaniey wno cuioya a clerkship In the comptroller's office. The split in the Republican party of Georgia represents two sections of a political body that was already too attenuated it was thought to hold together. The Georgia tbiug reminds one of that which we are called upon to admire in Texas. Hon. F. L. Johnson of Shelby has been nominated without oppo- sition by the Democrats of his dis- trict for the state senatorship. lie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1882

'''HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 8lx Months 9 1 00 Twelve Months 3 00 Club of 10 17 BO Club of 13 80 00 PROTECTION AND STRIKES. The St. Louis Republican has an admirable article upou the point that when the eastern manufacturers go before congress asking higher rates of tariff on foreign imports similar to what they produce that they always appeal for aid to laborers of this country by opposing competition from abroad. They argue that American labor ought to be liber ally paid ; that American operatives will not work as cheap as operatives do in England France and Uer- znnny and they ought not to be re- quired to ; that congress ought to so adjust the tariff as to keep up the price of home labor aud place it be- yond the Influence of foreign pau- per competition ; that a high duty ought to be levied on foreign manu factures to enable the employers to pay high wages to workmen. It is urged as a little singular that the strikes of laboring ciassos for livi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.- - AUGUST 21.1883 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR UOVKRNOH JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. FOR LIEUTENANT. OOVEKXOR MARION MARTIN of Xavarro. FOR COtol'l ROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Red River. for tkkasi'ke r f. K.LUm;o(jK of Uulvu.ton. FOR COMMISSIONED (IKNKKAL LAND Of nc W. C. WALsII of Travis. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarmnt. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE IStl'liEME . COURT A. II. WILLIE of Galveston. FuR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W.STAYTON. of Victoria ; C. S. WEST of Ti avis. FOHTIlK.COUitU OP.AITEALS I.I. P. WHITE. of Giliululupe; J. M. HURT .of ).ill;is;' SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. Dkmik kats m tiMt . retrieve Travis county Iroiu its polii mongrel isiii. Kaiskk Wii.iiki.m thinks England has tlouu in this Egyptian mutter a she should liavclouo. Wm. IS. Honit has lieen writing admirable letters from Texas to the Colorado Jliiifi; published at Georgetown. (lor;ilo. Iris believed Hint Russia will be cause of tho Egpythtu war reuew Lor claims whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. THURSDAY - AUGUST 17. 18ft! The temporary capital walls are nearly complete. About aeventy-flve bale of cotton were received yesterday. Price range from 10i to UX cents. Colonel Tom Ochiltree. General Grant's chief of ii all is at the Raymond. Tom is as full of truthful anecdotes as ever. He will help run the Republican conven- tion to-day. AD ACCIDENT. Little Bertha CI vera arlalr Injure. Mttle Ib-atha Givers one of the little twins of Mr. Auguat and Mrs. Williel- mina Givers about (tusk last nifrlit was run over by the float of Mr. Walker. The child was playing on Tine street in front of its parents' residtnee but the alarm of danger canio too late. The limb of the child was crushed above the knee. Dr. Mathews who is altendiog the case think although thu wound is dangerous hu can save the child. Great sympathy was manifested throughout the neighborhood when the news win spread but all hope the little child will be saved. Dr. Mathews is doing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1882

r THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - - TEXAS. THURSDAY- - AUGUST 24. 1882 THE UNIVERSITY. FULL TEXT OF THE COMP- TROLLER'S ITATGJIENT Smewlng: the status ef lite Vnlver- altr. Its Ara.lla.ble Fond Etc. Following is the statement in detail made by the comptroller to the board of university regents on Thursday : Office or Comptroller. ) AL'BTIH August 10 1S2. j lion. Ashb.4 Hmltb l'relik-nt Iloarrl or Ito- guiiU ttUUj Lolvtirslty Aur-lln Texan Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your inquiry of yesterday aaklng for tho condillou of the perma- nent and available university fund on this date and in reply luruUli ttie fol- lowing statement : 1. P1CRMANENT FUND. . On July 1 1882 there wu to the credit of periuaneut uulvenity fund : Vive percent bond.... $ 00.01)1 6.1 ttix per cent bonds lTii.not) 00 Beven per cent bond b7644 IKJ Comptroller's certificate of debt 10:i00 41 Cash for investment SlfiiSt (Mi Total $374275 73 3. AVAILABLE UNIVERSITY FUND. On September 11882 there wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY -- AUGUST 31. 1882 Thebe Is a new at Waco. cotton compress Atlanta Georgia Las been flood- ed with bogus silver coin. A Tkrreli man has patented a (;o .11 press which can be moved with horse power. There are sixty thousand barrels of whisky in bond in Cynthiana county Kentucky - i The Express is satisfied George W. Jones' lailure as a gubernatorial candidate will be lamentable. The London Newt says Europe must buy 793000 tous of meat and 343000000 bushels of grain abroad this year. Dorsey the grandest thief of them all triumphantly holds the chairmanship of the Republican ex -ccutive committee. ' In the manufacture of cotton alone in the south the increase in apindles has been troin 300000 in 1860 to 714000 in 1880. The anti-Davis wing of the lie- publican party claims that in officer- ing the party they gained their first victory over the machine. The Davis programme of keepiug the colored Republicans against the wall was carried out and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - - TEXAS. THURSDAY.. - AUGUST 31. 1882 One year and longer before wo are to bare a cbauco to retire some of tbe oyer tcalous members of tbe city council. And now the independent pros it taking bold of tbe cudgel given them by the Upson faction with which to attack Democrats. Tiik summer vacation draws to a clone and In a few days tbe children will be weuding their ways with satchel on arm it is hoped uot un willingly to school. A new bullet-proof treasure car has been put ou the Southern Pa cific. One part is for carrying money and tbe other for carrying five or six armed guards. Tiikkk are members of tbe Austin ltv council who had thev power in Senegambia would destroy its pros- perity and put the aborigines a bun drcd years behind the Sencgambian age. Thk Express is engaged in carry ing out the programme begun by tbe Upsou men at Austin a movement to secure the election of the high priest of Radicalism aud Voodooism to congress. Akabi says an exchange...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTEN - - TEXAS. rilUUSDAV AUGUST 31. 18JW The revival meetings at the Methodist church are growing in interest. Several have professed conversion and joined the church. Services are held every day at 10 o'clock a. m and at 8 p. m. Ministers from abroad are expected soon and the meeting will likely be protracted for some time. TMsBlaaRlsfcaa. Undoubtedly we are entitled to the blue ribbon as a guzzling nation. The figures say so and flirures It is said don't lie. The consumption In the United States f "straight'' and domestic whiskeys amounts to about 70000000 gallons r annum of which about 10000000 is "straight. n "Straight" whiskey Is the pure article unmixed with any other ingredient and is not drunk to any extent in the East though in the west it is consumed. To supply this immense demand there were when last counted in 1881 as many as 04? dis- tilleries 1402 rectiflurs and 880(1 whole- sale liquor dealers. The distillers am the manufacturers the rectifier...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.- - AUGUST 31.1882 CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. SECOND AND 1 AST DAY'S aHO- ThaCpaon Delegates Still 1114 off lien. Jehu llancerlc Nomlaated hj Acclaoasstiext. Ilea. Ceerg-e Plenffer Elected Ckilrman ef District Kitcn tire f'eBaealtter ma will Lambert Elected Secretary. The Democratic congressional conven- tion was cullud to older at 9 o'clock yea- icmay morning pursuant to adjourn ment lion joiin l. uollec or William on president in llio clmir. Upon calling the roll of counties. riccreiary utiubcrt announced the 161 lowing an absent: Bandera Bexar jmuc. Loncno urn Kelt Edwards Kerr Kinney Llano Medina KunneU ami Uvalde. A majority of these counties had sent delegates to the convention and it Was known thrv worn In flio Mtv lm abstained from participating in the delib- erations of the convention. Of tin- counties unrepresented Blanco and l.lnno are known to have been for Han cot minneis nnd Concho were not represented at alL Afier the call o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1882

TY P Jjucb AUSTIN ... TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Monthi f 1 00 Twelve Months 00 Club of 10 IT (W Club of 1J 80 00 The Express oppose Judge Han- cock in just t ho same style as does the San Antonio Light. Oue would think the two were conducted by the same editor the matter being to aimiiar. . Third Assistant Postmastkr General IIazen says that the pout- office department after paying all expenses will put about one milliou of dollars into the treasury vaults on account of the fiscal year just closed. The Chinese bill according to Senator Miller of California has found much favor on the Pacific coast and has formed no issue be- tween the dominant political parties. Mr. Miller says even the Chinese ou the Pacific slope like it being shrewd enough to understand the labor problem. The British soldiers who consti- tute the rifle team that will shoot against tbo Americau team in tbo international military match at Creedmoor on Semtembcr 14 and IS have sailed from Liverpool and are e...

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