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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

SEKLY TESI YOL XYII. . AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNIHG. AUGUST 23. 1S88. PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 41 AU STIN WJ STA CONVENTION. The Little Cavalryman Gets There Eli on Both Feet and Wheeler Too. A Political Orator and a News- paper Man Kicked Out of the Convention. Court of Appeals Hogg and Mc- Call Nominated by Ac- clamation. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas Angaat 15. The convention .assembled at 0:30 this morning. Judge Eanoock sent up the report of the com- mittee on permanent organization. On motion Hon. Thos. Corbett state land commissioner of Kentucky was in- vited to a seat on the platform. The convention refused to consider the report of the committee on organization until the committee an credentials could complete its report. J ndge Hanoook was oalled for and made a short address. He said he was not here to attaok and demolish monopolies. Monopolists are creatures of law and ths laws you make and change for yourselves. The farmer however with the utmost in- dustry makes b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY AUGUST 23 188S 2 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. Enter d at the post' mce as (wcond-claeB m-tter. Oftlre c.f publicatK n Wett 1'eean street next to jiotttflke. BTATBSMAN PUBLISIIlSli COMPANY r i t President f BTTON BHOV.N CIT"2 W. K. IIamht General Atanager RATES OF bUBSCHIl'TIO-N. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) V Blx months Three months " " " One month " " " Tiiniv Tlill.V. 5 mi i 50 1 U Twelve months ?! Six months. months ..$n.T5 Twelve months. welve months jo'i.' Z.'Zl Postage free to all parts of the Lnlted States and i.' C Hemtt by draft on Austin P. O. money order poatnl note roistered letter or express Sample eoples sent free on application. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i t w a aiithnrW.Hil to announce Juilife .las. 11 W Hurts as a candidate for county i-uige at the ensulnp election in .v vemner. Tnolt Ii'STKICT ATTORNEY I am a demo J? cratlc candidate for distilct attorney. Job II Stewaiit. . T T T K ura authorized to announce Hon Geo. W VV Glas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

s AUSTIN "EEKLY. STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23 13S3 3 ADJOURNED. Final Close of the Democratio State Convention at Dallas and the Results. Lubbock Hall and Cooper Put t .. - Through Like a Flash Lub- bock's Speech. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas August 17. The state conven- tion oonvened at the appointed hoar this morning. Nominations for state treasurer were renamed. Following the nomina- tions of Lubbock and Loving last even- ing Judge Fleming of Eastland spoke in favor of Lnbbook. Two more years is all Mr. Lubbock asks and he hoped he would have the plaudit "Well done good and faithful servant" for two years longer. Mr. Ousley of Denton made an elo- quent speech on behalf of Loving. Mr. Ware of Hood spoke warmly in indorsement of Lubbock. Mr. Pope of Harrison nominated Colo- nel George B. Zimpleman in a strong speich. Doctor Swearingen of Travis in a beautiful and rioting speech nominated Mr. MoCullough. Colonel Burgess of Guadalupe spoke earnestly for General MoCullo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. AUGUST 23 18S8 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. j . . . A Heavy Kain. j Ed. Haisler reports that a heavy rain fell i nn hi limitation ten miles sou'hwest of ' . the city Monday eveuing and eaved his cotton. The Poor Farm. Superintendent McCall was in from the interoonrHB witn tie sick avoidance of in- poor farm yesterday and reported that a feoted looftlltie8i RCa care to exolude all light rain fell there Monday aftertoon lie has thirty-seven people on the farm now several of whom are on the sick list lie has no cotton in but raired an im- mense crop of corn and small grain. Poison and the Antidotes. The following oannot fail to be useful at Borne time or other to a large number of readers: Poiion Acid Carbolic sulphurio ni- tric muriatic nitro-rnuriatio creosote Iodine phosphorous. Antidote White of egg wolt beaten op with water. A teaspoouful of mustard flour in a cup of hot water. Very thiok lime water in the oaseof sulphurio nitric muria...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23 I8fc8 5 THE STATE CAPITOL Matters Picked Up in Our Tour of the Departments.' Important and Interesting Infor mation for County Officials and the People. TFrom Thuieday's Dally. KXEOnitV E OFFICE. The governor received no farther in formation from Matamoras yesterday relative to yellow lever. BTATE DEPABTMENI. The following charters were filed yes terday in the office of the secretary of state: The Laredo Improvement oompany capital Btook $100000. Incorporators J. P. Flynn A. V. Wilcox A. L. MoLane S. H. Bass O. Y. Brewster A. Thaison and (J. J. Maomanns. . The Waxahaohie Grain and Implement oomoany : eapital stock. 15000. Inoorpo- rators: J. M. Ragsdale J. L. Adkisson J. F. Danlap J. F. Striokland J. B. Mere ditb L. Merriweather Anson Rainey Osoe Goodman R. L. Tnmens and W. F. Lewis EDUCATIONAL DEPABTMENT. The department of education has pre- pared a oiroalar and it will be sent ont in a few days to the proper connty omcers From it is tak...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. WIUftSDAY. AUGUST 23 18S3 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Getting Along Well. The negro man who lost his flayers at Condon's gin Thursday mortiiug was doia well yesterday and Doctors John son and Frank McLaughlin think they will pull hiin through without loss of his hind. Slight Sunstroke. A oomrneroial man from New York who arrived on the Missouri Pacific last night was sufferitjg wiih something like sunstroke. Medici assistance wrs given him and the doctors thought they would brinz him around all right. TheMissss Dowds. The Misses Dowds who are interested in the Swain-Djwd arT.iir formerly lived in Corpus Christl where their parents were quite well off until the grett storm a few years ago. Thoy are nieces of Senator Jonas of Florida. Their father Mr. Dowd is in Giinsville. Justice Calnoun's. Last afternoon Mr. Walter Swain was arraigned before Justice Calhoun on the charge preferred against him the night before. Two itues-es Miss Muria K. Dowd a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1SS3 OUR NE1GHBOBS. Brief Society Notes all Around About Us. LOCKHABT. Mrs. Wiley has retorned from a visit to North Texas .... Mr. Crosby of Austin is here ready and willing to boy cotton . . . Miss King of San Marcos has been visit ing f rienas in Lookhart .... Mr . and Mrs. Lampkin of Horwood are visiting their daughter Mrs. Kay .... Mrs. R. Wilson has the pleasure of a visit from her mother Mrs. Hendrick of i"earsail tms wees... Mr. John Clark had the misfortune to get one of his fingers knocked off ttiis week while working about his gin .... Dr. Blanks and wife left this week for Denver Col. and will be absent several days. BAN MABCOS. Gid Johnson has gone to New York to buy goods The family of Dr. Ledhe have gone to join him at Austin. . . .Mrs McFherson of Kyle wes hereon Tuesday evening to meet her daughter who was ex pected from Dlaiico. . . .Mrs. L. II. Matthews after a sojourn of some months at San Antonio has returned to her hom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23 1883 8 jUU WEfOAT r PUR & IH superior excellence proven In millions of "nouns fur more than a qnarter of a century. It Is med by the United States Oovernment. En- dorsed y the heads of the Ureat Universities as the Strongest J'ureet and moBt Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Raking Powder does not contain Ammonia Lime or Alum. Ho only in cans. PRICE BAKING FOWDEK CO. SEtfYOBK CHICAGO' ST. LOUIS Proposals for Fublio Printing Binding Printing Papers and Stationery. Dkpaiitmbnt or Btatk AlIHTIN TEXAS AUgllBt 2 1888. SKAI.BI) PROPOSALS will be received at the office of H:rtury of State until l' o'clock a. m. of HAT UK DAY the KIUHTII DAY OF SEPTEMBER HtM from any suitable person or ue sons resident of this state to do such printing and binding as miy be required by law or needed by Bay department of the NUte Government ex- cept the Judiciil department and except such printing as may in done at the State printing olllceat theIH-if and Dumb Asyl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY ATESMA YOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30. 1S88.--PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 42 THURMAN. Great Speech of tbe Democratic Candidate at Fort Huron Michigan. An Immenso Crowd and Great Enthusiasm The Old Bandana-State Convention. Oakland House Si. Claib Sfbinos Mich. August 22. After leaving the hos- pitable club house at Grosse Point the Thurman party had an experienoe which probably will not soon be forgotten Twenty miles of rough sailing ia a little steam yaoht that seemed almost ready to be swallowed up in the big waves made an enlivened evening. The staunch little vessel road the waves like a cork and soaroely anyone suffered from sea Biok- ness. After two hours and a half the canal at St. Glair flats was reached and from there on smooth sailing was en- joyed the party being welcomed here at five minute before 1 o'clock this morning. Judue Thurman enjoyed the trip greatly. After smooth water in the canal and St. Clair river was reached he entered into conversat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 18S8 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXA8. Rntnrrd at the Dost nice ft t cond class mutter Ottlce of publicaifin Wed l'echn etreet next to uoetolu e. STATESMAN FI3BLISUINO COMPANY. L A. Ei.ijb 5 T. Pbvob rlTTON linowN W. K. Uahut PrMlitont Vlce-Preclunt hCTttMTV General .Manner HATES OF SUHSCIill'TIOX. BAILT. One Year (invariably In advance) il v His months " " " lhr months " " " ! ii mimth " " " 1 W Twelve months t'- fjj Dl'Vm V T1AI1T fcit nior.tha 1 IX) mnnlhi ... $0.75 Twelve months. 1.35 I'oetaKO free to ail parYaoVihe lulled States and Canarla. A Hvmil by draft on Austin P. O. money order juwtnl note registered leth-r or express. Sample o..plei sent free on application. ANNOUNCEMENTS. WKae authorized to annout.ce Judw Jas. Il ilurtsa a candidate for county judge at the ensuing election in November. IjWK 1MS1KICT ATTOHNEY I am a iemo- Ji cratlc candidate for dleti let attorney . Joe II Stkwaht. WE are authorized to announce Hon Geo. W. Gl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 30 18S8 MESSAGE. A Policy of National Retaliation the Only Course Open to the flmtnistration. An Extension of the Power Con- ferred by the Retaliatory Act Requested. Washington August 25. Following is the message of President Cleveland on the fisheries question. It has created greater excitement than any measure presented to oongress for twenty years. The dem- ocrats are jubilant while the republicans are dismayed and crest-fallen: To the congress The rejeotion by the senate of the treaty lately negotiated for the settlement and adjustment of the difficulties existing between the United States and Great Britain oonoerning the rights and privileges of American fisher- men in the ports and waters of British North America seems to justify a survey of the condition to wbioh the pressing question is thus brought. The treaty upon this subject concluded in 1818 though disagreements as to the meaning of it terms have been a fruitful source of irritati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 30 18SS t CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DULY. Cattle Purchased. Ed Hairier yesterdBy purchased 15(1 held of feeding CBttle making 51)0 head more in his pasture. Is It Bumor Only? There was a quiet rumor in certain cir- cle yesterday that there is a possibility of Mr. Keys of Georgetown withdrawing trnm t.ha rftCfi for the tllHtrlOt lUUtftSIIIB favor of Hon. A. 8. Walker provided ill im mount to he n candidate. How. by whom the rumor was started could not be traced. The Grim Reaper. The sad news of the death of the mother of Mrs. John O. Johnson was received in this oity yesterday. She died at ber ho me in Burleson county where she was well known and much loved because of her Christian virtues and kind generous dis- Hh. well known in Austin uvniuvui " " and many in the city this mommg will deeply regret to learn 01 ner uem. SWAIN-DOWD. Two Badly Scared Women and One Terrified Gentleman. Testimony Taken Yesterday Be- fore Justice Calhoun The B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1888 5 VALUABLE MINERALS. Summary of the Output of Metal3 and Fuels Gleaned From th9 Report ot the Chief of Mining Statistics. Too following from the offhUl rep ort of David T. Day chief of division of mining Btitistios and technology shows the metal and fuel output of the United Stites: Icon The principal statistics for 1887 were: Domestio iron ore consumed about 11300000 long tons; value at mine? $33900000. This is an increase over 1886 of 1300000 tons in quantity and $5900000 in value. Imported iron ore consumed "1194301 long tons; total iron ore consumed in 1887 about 12491- 301 long tons or 1454808 tons more than in 188G. Pig iron made 6417143 long tons; value at furnaoe $121925800. This ia an increase over 1886 of 733819 tons in quantity and $26730040 in value. Steel of all kinds produced 3339071 long tone an increase of 776569 tons over 1886; value at works $103811000. Total spot value of all iron and steel in the first stage of manu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AUGUST 3Q 188S 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Land Office Closed. Yesterday rooming ihe land offioe re- mained olid as a mark of reapeot to tlie memory of its late chief clerk Mr. D. N. Robinson. The High School. Carpenters are at work fixing np the senate chamber and hall of represent- atives in the temporary capitol building for the High Bchojl whioh opens on September 17. District Court. Brer. Hart np aboot the district court Bays very few cases thus far have been filed in his court. But then there are enough old cases on the docket to keep the oourt pretty buoy. It will not meet until the first Monday in Ootober. The Statistical Bolls. Assessor Metz is hard at work on the statistical rolls of the county. It is a difficult thing to get them in shape and it will require some time jet to compile and get tnein in proper order to turn over to the state commissioner of statistics and agriculture. A Disastrous Fire. The residence of Mr. Polk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STAlESMAX THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 1883 7 CHJCAGO. Thurman Meets an Enthusiastic Eeception An Immense Parade. Thurman's Speech to 50000 Peo pie Effect of His Bandana on the Multitude. Chicago August 25. Judge Thurman arose and breakfasted Buortly after 10 o olook. .Long before tbat time however bands and delegations called to serenade and be received by him bat the polioe men at the foot of the stairs allowed him uninterrupted rest. One of the first oall t) was Chas. Dawson a former Columbus man who brought a letter with one dozen bandanas of the Thurman pattern in fine Fans made bus. General Palmer demooratio candidate for governor of Illinois and a number of other local politicians were cordially re' oeived by him. Chief Justioe Fuller also called during the morning and had quite a cnat with the indue. . The party on Friday traveled in the private car of General Manager Spioer of the Grand Trunk and it was understood that they were guests of the road. How ever before reao...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 1SS8 UUL WEI07F PURE In Btiimrlor excellence proven In mlllinna of liniu is for ni'ire tlmri a quarter of a century. It I uwl by the United State Government. En- dorsed T the Ilea Is of the Great Universities as the Strongest Purest and moat Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream llsklnir. Powder does not contain Ammonia Lima or Alum bo only In cans. PRICK BAKING POWDER CO. SK'K YOUK CIIICAOO ST. LOUIS U V I'll EC K DENT KI) ATT It ACTION' Over a Million D.stributed. Louisiana State Lottery Company I C'rporated ny trie legislature In IBM for Ed- cntional and Charitable purposes and Its fran- chise made a part nf the present State Constitu- tion In Hill hjr an overwhelming popultr vote. It trand ex'raordlnary drawings fake place f nl-annually (June anl Decern Iter) and Its OrKiid JSlriulH Numlier Drawings lake place on oacii of the other ten months In the year and are all drawn In public at the Academy of Music ISnw Orleans La. "We do hereby certi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

KLY AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING.-AUGUST 30. 1 S88.--PAGES 9 TO 12 VOL XYII. NO 42 I7 ' STIJN WEE SUNDAY Greneral and untnusiasuc en dorsement of the President's Fisheries Massage. .Decmon App.iQst the cneronee Kntion Short Items of Gen- eral Interest. Cleveland on Top. T ...- I w. . n.i . T A fit T : U democrats tliiji k: that Cleveland's Cana- dian retaliatory message will greatly s ;n ngthert his candidaoy among Irish voters S everal messages were sent to Llit! t resident commending his pluck and i c.'.riotisiu. The (iemooratic clubs in Har-ri.-on'rf ward wired congratulations add- ing: ' Tim eeu?.t has now to shoot or give an the gun A. Cimor-nt- sident of the Hendricks ;r.b telctjre.pHed: "lour able message is ! -i.-tily ci:dort.i by the Hendricks olub. ('mi people of this country are to be oon- t'VRt ili.t -.1 i i having an executive who has the oov.rugo to do the right thiDg." t.'.:-e".NToa m'donalp '. wrip tiui 't.:rnc.l i'xom Washington when i.-i;' d wln.i h tho jght of t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

10 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 18S8 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUbTlN. TKXAS. Entered t the postofflce as srcond-claea mtter. Office of publication Yi eet Pecan street next to poetoflke. STATESMAN PBBLISUING COMPANY. L. A. Ellis Ikb T. Pbvor flTTOM Bkowk W. R. IUmby President Vlce-Prer.ld.nt Secretary General Manner RATES OF tiUBSCRU'TION. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) ......810 H Six months " " " 5 10 Three months " " " S ' One mouth " " " 1 0o SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve months t" Biz months ' lJ WEKKLT. months ?n.' Twelve months l.iS Poetaue free to all parts of the United States and canaua. Kern It hv draft on Austin. P. O. money order. postal note reijlBtered letter or express. Samule eoplea sent free on application. Twelve Pages. CONDUCT OF THE CAMPAIGN. Parties represent principles. Men band themselves into parties because they believe their own interests and the welfare of the state will be subserved thereby. The great mass of the republican party though diamotric...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 18b8 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Postofflce Ruling. A new ruling of the postoflioe depart- ment provides that postal cards that are uncalled for will be returned to the writer st the end of thirty days and that adver- tised letters will be held two weeks instead of four before being sent to the dead let- tar office. Painting the City. A Mr. J. B. Smith last night finding things dull oonoluded to enliven them and to that end oheerfnlly set out to give the whole of the lower part of town a bright vtr:nilliou hue. He was getting along oomfortably with his pleasing task and no doubt would have made a brilliant success of it had not an officer cruelly scooped him in and landed him in the cooler. Heavy Rams. Mr. Charles Hicks of the Phoenix Cigar works came iu from Marfa Presidio county yesterday morning and he says it rained from Marfa to San Antonio and from the latter plaoe to Austin. Mr. Hioks was delighted with the climate ab...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1888

Si i i 4VUSTIN WEEKLY. STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 18SS 12 :! ! ! DESTIST Braa e Street PrlekUl Hotel. Ai ms Texas. THE MISSISSIPPI ALliIANCK. An Important Session Clcsed. Jackson Miss. August 2i . la reference to t e Wesson mills affair the Farmers' K:a e Alliance adopted resolutions to this tfcc' : Rttifying and confirming the action of the Copiah County Alliance but demand- ing a public retraction from Captain U; v.r managers of the mill? cf the in- jurious remarks he is reported to have mad.) against the members of the Bau- r grd Allianae both male and female. i'he disousicn on this subject was characterized by a great demonstration of fri-ltng on both sides and the debate and argument pro ar.d con consumed cant-notable time. Complimentary resoln- tiocs were passed in reference to the New l iirnit-r the organ audits editor V. A. Unit. The appeal of the four newly organized Alliances of Madison county came up and afrer an examination in which both oral and written testimony wa...

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