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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 January 1883

J i V J 'a(o a. THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. JAN. 4 1883 OsTBicn farming may be one of the future industries of Southwestern Texas. Oris 814UU)UX) of old bonds of Tennessee have been refunded in new 60-3-4-W bonds. .j As evidence thut insanity is on the Increask Mr. and Mrs. Scoville have been reconciled. TnqOhio legislature meets to-day; and grinding will at once begin on the liquorf question. Senator Logan's tirade in the enatlu against justice to Gen. Fitz- John Porter had no effect in changing any opinion. The latent newsnrner marriage is that; of the Commercial and the Ga- etfn 8WCrllt33IiaIL under the name "of Commercial-Gazette. Ajsd now the rumor comes that Langtry is going to bring suit for a divorce and that she and Freddie twain will be made one. Ohio tried prohibition and now a heavy license tax is regarded as the only thing that will hereafter be of ' avail against the evil influence of whisky. McDonald of Indiana might suc- ceed were not Hendricks domiciled in the sam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 January 1883

THE AU8Ty. TEXA THE SOUTHERN ''Utht MlmEHen McKennie a young lady residing hi Dooley county Georgia weighs 373 pouiula. . ..... - - Billl&hf:- dead at'.Talljotton. Georgia.': lie was a mule ami hml passed his thirty-ninth yeitr. At Wlnnsboro' North Carolina. An- drew and Thomas Houlwar brothers fought! and . the former was fatally stabbed. AtSkipwith Mississippi a religious controversy ended in tlder Johnson fatally scabbing a OUn named Cheat era. - The Jorrtti fW -acfcoolopuliaioa aKniif Rr.m.000. and nays annually over g(XA0f:Plc.oinmoD3cho1 (j ucation. ..;.' -J J l ' i v-nn villa rTenn.) Chraniolei- Tire three men who are in Jail at .London iintf Saturday o.f-harug twiiiiitttk-the crime. -- The colony "of Kuii-Tngees in liddleaJx.CouUtv. Virginia ermtpoeW of eiehty people has leen prosperoo from the start several months ago unri will next vestMie seH-nppotina The colonists. yhd. pre said to "niakel another large party . Nashville-American i" . A 5Si: of northern Capitalists a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 January 1883

f t- 1 V VXS LIKE A CHARM' i J '.tJint relief In all cases of Eheum gm and bcLiUca. Mlxsd with a Bttle molasses or honev wiB i rir speedily the worst cue of Cousa Cold or J El arouucaa. rxtrriKM and Dveeotery la manner AO !i ; iiii bat tu action la never euoceeded by Hco'tit pates and (rlplncs la children. eJ tacit their auraeuia. KiLLiiiG AT.-t.'s .nVi'(i relief In Diphtheria and ac 'ascUs n ofluo ih-imt. Curee s- ttfr woEen Joints and remorse erlek III ths hook at OkAUb H-s o qtcl la the world for barns acalda or t&cajuooe ot luo skin Oa.es Cnnker. Bora Month HndneiW. Tooth- eeae and iracu . .. Van Diarr-l Hands and ChtEMalos Bore Viln and l.rut 'Inns of the 8km. Bprsias and trs.na c! auj oi the nuc'-e of hJ body. It works hue acoarm ia every ailment pec EaVtOaawaa &IL A bottle ." Ttenne'e Pnln Ktllina- Marl Oil Itt tfca I ou". or on bond for Immediate nee ' In caeof an i-nierencv w ill of tea aava a Ufa Of air... a and te.l.. ai aicfcure. Ko'd by pructfata. Grocers and De...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

A gilded youth of Chicago threat- ens to out Gebbie. Mrs. Langtuy was tolerably well rrc ived at Chicago. Iler Gebbie waa the re too. The likeness of Mrs. Langtry and Mr. Freddie grace a page of the Na- tional Police Gazette. Ttndall says that men and women existed on this earth W.OOO.OOO years b.-fore the date of Adaia and Eve. . The legislature will asked to create a new county out of portions of Lampasas Brown Comanche and Coleman. . The people-who play with Mrs. Langtry do not mix with her. Ihe Lilly and Gebbie stay at one hotel the actors at another. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATE SMAN. VOL. XII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 11 1883. NO. 23. It Is said there are a tew who wish they had not made themselves promi nent in urging the passage of the ordi nance giving right-of-way to railway tnuia along Cougress Avenue. Bed Clou d wants 910000 for horses which Gen. Crook took from him six years ago. Docs it look reasonable that the cut-throat assassin should be paid for his ill-obtained we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

I 'v xi Jual 1 THE STATESMAN. AC8TI. TEXAS TKUMS: Mingle Copy per year tl ou Clui.u( ii'ii to uiie I'oitolUce 17 60 Clmmof tifieeu " - to tw Clubs ul iwvniy " M aw TIlUSliDAY JAN. 11 1883 Tua home having passed the Tea- dleton bill contrary to all expectation the president will make it a law; and a poor excuse of a law it will be. IT Li hinted that CoL A. T. AIcKin- ney may be chairman of the house committee ou education lie would fill the position w ith ability. Senatou Luuumm denies that be has heard or eneomaged the buzzing of a presidential bee in hid bonnet. The judge doesn't want to take chance in the "lottery of assasaina tiou." UsDZU our magnificent protection ht navigation laws which protect England's merchant marine at the expense of our own last year the ton nageof our foreign trade decreased 37513 ton. It Li understood that Chairman Kelley of the house ways and means committee w ill make no ellort to call tj his bill repealing all taxes on tobae- "CJa.to have learned the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. HOME FARM AND RANCH. Sex at Will or Breeder. Mr. D. D. Fiquet a dairyman of Houston adopted some years ag system of breeding which he thought would give him heifers when he wanted them and bulla when he wanted bulla. Ilia method of pro- ceedure has been published time and again and his success so far as reports have been stated are invariable. He ays It I wish a heiter from any chosen cow I do not let her go to the bull during her iirat approaching frenzy I It tnu uetrum pass through unimproved but begin immediately to prepare for its return. Ihus my bud is kept in a lot or enclosure to himself lie is fed bountif ully upon corn-meal grain rye oats heat pro- ducing food lie is restrained rigidly in the exercise of his creating powers lie is allowed to erve no other cow until the chosen animal has been dis- posed of. iA to the cow she is permitted to ruX t pasture is stinted as to feed and74cd altogether upon bran root crops green food having nothing given...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TIIUSRDAY -JAN. 11 1883 Tub latest Republican ticket for the presidency is Edmunds of Vermont and Wilson of Iowa. State Tueasukeu fcPEEKof Geor- gia says that the List session of the Georgia legislature cost $ 19.898. Senator Jonks of Nevada admits that there is no Republican of suttl- clent strength to secure on election In 1884. . Governou Stephens of Georgia has occupied the gubernatorial chair for nix weeks and has issued forty- wo pardons. WniLETne puuiicatioiToT Dorsey's 1 stters establish the fact that he is no tool the public mind remains satisfied that he is no ordinary thief. Dr. Asiibf.l Siiitu was a member -ot the school superintendents conven- tion at Houston. Did he too sub- scribe to the Baldwin theory ? After the other fallows who want to be senator from Illinois chew each other up David Davis may be rolled into the seat they so much want. The Philadelphia Bulletin was im- with the idea that Gambetta v as feigning severe sickness. News p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

r J saajaasjsemBB fj THE STATESMAN. ACSTI. TEXAS. THE DEPARTMENTS. Thinjn Seea nd Heard Around the Offices. The county judges of sixty-seven counties have failed to forward the certiticateg of election and qualifica- tion of county ollicers to the secretary of state as required by law. although they have been furnished with blanks for that purpose. This might occa- sion serious troble to parties buying land in other states from residents in the counties from which the returns have not been received as the secre- tary of state could not certify to the otl'icial character of any of the olllcers In said counties and without such cer- tificate deeds or other documents could not be used in the courss of the state. The secretary of the board of educa- tion. Major O. X. Ilollingsworth is preparing his report for the printer tie Living waited as long as he could fir fftMjttic8 from tardy counties. Thf.'" approximated from data Rjgaud: iJyprobable that the incoin- inAfcretary of Ktat.e will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

c i ft r u t THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TU.USRDAY JAN. 11 1883 The wires tell of great floods In Europe Ge. Grant's dinner in honor of the Japanese prince cost $2000. The Illinois liquor dealers aro or- ganizing for work before the legisla- ture. Three car loads of Scotch beef cat- tle of the Angus Poll breed have been Bhipped to Corpus Christl from South Farmington ilassachusets for breed- ing purposes. Congressman Upson was heard from yesterday in the house. lie was In a belligerent frame of mind; that is. he wanted a strong army to light the labor unions of the country. We are ornr he snoke yesterday lie should have spoken on some other day. Cholera is reported to be raging op the isthmus of l'anama. Whether the disease that has broken out there Is the real Asiatic plague or not the appearance of cholera in the United States during the coming year need surprise no one. It is coming this way from the east. Tnic liu-mst fruit seller in Xew Or- 'S JoaiHu being asked what became of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

4 II i 'U f ;.aK t i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Fins Dajr'n Pre41sa. SENATE. Austin Jan. 9 1883. Lieutenant-Governor Story called the senate to order shortly after noon. The roll was called una lie v. ur. Amort ottered the following prayer: O Lord our rather which art in Heaven Thou wno an me creator d preserver or nil ininjrs we mans Thee for the light or this morning; we thank Thee lor health and life nd strength; we thank Thee that in Thy providence Thou has brought to- getiier this body this morning. We pray Thee that as they enter upon the Uutu before them they may have the fear of tod before their eyee; that they may have that wisdom and judg- ment an-'"icretlon that shall enable them to Jothat which shall be for the best intflu of the commonwealth and for the glory of God for Christ's sake. A'eu." The credentials of all senators hut two wem lTeoented and MitToath of otlice adu '"istered. Uk.CTKT-OOVKItXOK'S ADD BUS. UuUeUieu'' nla: Upon youJAMoililintf at the capitol of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 January 1883

8 v. r X A TlIJi STATESMAN. ArSTIN. TEXAS. TIIUS11DAY -.JAN. 11 1883 CUIMtM OP riUKUL Out from yonder belfry welling Cumes the ever-" ilconie culme 'Willi a geuile prelude (filing Ol tile ceilnelein lllghl u( tilde Kindly telling how our days are dying iiow vur )e.m with restless speed are flying. Mcu who delve till shadow darken feci the hours are moult gone; Tbotmlitfutly tiit-y slop and hearken t As they ww t early morn. When tue weary nigui goes slowly creeping l'lcaaaul wuwU the music lo Uie weeping. Just as sweetly rolls the meaiuire W here the weary are ill rest : Wlietr tue Keupt-r hides lint treasure Aud the pure In heart are bleat; Where the solium yew tree and I lie willow blrelvu Uieir aruu above Uie Ureauilcas pillow When Miall come the hour of dying By Minie arrow shot at uoou. On a oed o( anguish 1) UiK. Or wui-u ane shall set a the boon T a v mv iiikiiiif Hinrit calcli Ihe murine iioVes that rauaoiuodMula ui lieaveu are sing ing. THE MTOL.K.M El. Sugar-toothed Dick F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

T ' V i J 1 V' t '. Twenty-five Btate legislatures are now In full blast. Edwin Booth la going to play an engagement In Berlin. He will begin . with Hamlet. Edmunds declares be does not want iybe sacrificed as a presidential can- ifrute on the altar of his party. The average salary paid to male teachers for 1882 was $38 instead of 828. This error appeared in our last Issue. Cullom and Rauin will be able to control the contest for senator before the Illinois legislature but neither can be elected without an understand- ing with the other. T ii ere are enemies in the Demo- cratic ranks who desire to encompass the defeat of Senator Hansom of North Carolina. His term expires on the 4th of March next While Bismarck opposes the in- troduction of the American hog into Germany he has allowed Herr Most to break loose and range at large on this side of the Atlantic It is said that Mrs. Frank Leslie with a number of artists and personal friends will make a tour of the south. She will herself w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TEEMS t Hingis Copy per yet i. ..... I 00 Clubs of Ten to oue Fostuffloe. .......... 17 AO Club of KUteeo " " 23 00 Club of Twenty " " M 50 THUSBDAY J AX. 18 1883 It will be called the Coke walk Over. It lu thought Cleinenceau will be Gambetta'a successor. lVo nuNt)REi thousand persons followed Gambt'tta'8 remains to 1'ere- Tue Statesman is the undoubted favorite with legislators. Why it should not be no one could tell. Oce inside space is mainly devoted to the tneKsago. It is the last from the AlcaldK and not painful to dlgoa- tion. Tse mammoth Weekly Btate- Ma' may be found in packages realy for mailing at the Statesman count-Ing-room. SENATOU JOHMiTON ought to lie permitted to put himself on the record. It Is what be wants more than anything else. Lboislators must admit that the Statesman's reportorial staff in at- tendance upon the two houses of the legislature is un equaled by any other paper. It 13 said the Princess Louise the . Marchoincss of Lom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

j r 3 THE" STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TIIUSEDAY JAN. 18 1883 Tkur Iay'a Pr41ai.ps. SENATE. ATJ8TiN.Jan.10 1883. The senate m?t at 10 o'clock Lieut. Gov. Storey presiding and a quorum present. Chaplain's prayer Almighty God Thou who rulest in heaven and also in earth we come to Thee this morn- ing feeling our dependence upon Thee for life and health and strength and every needed blessing; and we ask Thy benediction this morning upon this body its meuiliera and all of its officers. We pray Thee our Father that they may do provident in speecn that they may be discreet in conduct and that they may be wise in legisla- tion. Guide them oy Thy sniritthat all things rnay be done for the best: and Thine shall be the glory now and for- ever. Amen. On motion of Mr. Shannon reading of the journal was dispensed with. The Chair Is the committee ap- pointed yesterday to act with a joint ' committee from the house ready to re- port? Mr. Terrell The joint committee appointed on the part of the house ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

7 "f r Continued from Third Page. Inn-porting agtloet th bill the committee BnlbrtnEslely ti not annrrcMwrlly mad an Headed expoeltloB of laet and srgemant ecainst tba culm of Texas; which donbtleas waa prejudicial to tha peeaag ol to aalwUtate ana conarqnently It did not paee. Tba only BBawer to ihat lorvatalllng effort aeeeaeary la to aay tbat it look for vranuo. that tha sooth fork by Ita being louder and broader waa tbe aialn stream and. therefore nut be tha one tbat tba Una ahould ran Bp to the lOuth leTee of lonriiado. Tbe epwaj reaalon of the leglalature tn April of 1HM a pun my recommpneallOD paecd bill making pro. I .ion on the part ol Texea for a joint rem mi aalon to determine tbe line appropriated bv ney fur Ita espenae and an- thoiiaed lb governor to appoint com ruleionrr to determine and ran the lne. In conjunction with maimtwlonere that mlkbt be appointed by tha United Mt a. lnaanmch a- tbe bill In- troduced b ea. Maxey failed to be pimd bjr congreee I have made no pt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

TILE rAiiJ5ALaiN. ATJ3TTN. TEXAS. TIIUS11DAY . JAN. 18 1883 Tub public debt was reduced thir- teen iniliiund of dollars during Decern ber. The Brenham Banner asserts that economy has been the bugliear of our legislature for years. Tub war with Germany is esti mated to have cost France two prov inces a million lives and $3000000000. There are but four cities in Europe which have a population of more than a million London Paris Berlin and Vienna. IT is believed that generally the wealthy cattle men prefer buying and ih small cattle dealers leasing lands for grazing purposes. There is some little muttering but Coke Is going to be re-elected senator. Ilia earnest service in the last can vass settled this fact. TnE Houston l'obt thinks the " De- Gress system "of free schools is what the state needs. This Is what is known now as the Baldwin system. only the DeGress system is tatne to it. Governmental and legislative matters of Croat interest crowd out not only editorial matter but the e e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

1 r THE STATESMAN.! AUSTIN. TEXAS. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. From Tliurxlay' Iiily. 4. he land ollice lorce ia kept busy on file busin w. From the new H.ig-stalT on the temporary capitol proudly lloats the glorious old stars and striiios. The receipt in the state treasurer's cSle yestt:nlay for land sale were 80OOO; lor Kent-rid revenue glo.UtJO. A gentleman of thu city received a letter from I'hitao yesterday dated tl.o 4th iast In which it va suitl that the thermometer was then twenty- eirht decrees below zero. nnl that while wood w;is S'J per cord toal was Belling at SIS per ton. JJy a liifure "Z" trettiuir into the wrong box yesterday the ntate ca.-h uai.nce was turrei'.M-u EUMimu. ne- to the bt.itement. '1 ho item ead that there were jTo.UAJ remaiu- injj in the treasury al ter the interest due was paid when it should have been vi73iua Hon. AV A. AVtri thani of Hopkins i county is the lather of Mr. N.js Wort ham chief clerk in the treas- urcr'a oihce. ilr. A ortham is editor and propr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

TUTT'S "E)?PECTORAriT I eyraipo! of Herbal and Mucilaginous pnl acta whiau permeate th. mbUnc of the Lanes cxpectorataa 111 acrid natter that collect iu tb Bronchial 'I'll lien and form a aoathtas; eoatlos; bkh raUavas ta. lr- rltatlon thnt euu.es th cough. It tliauHi the laws; of all Imparities strengthens th.m wUca enfee bled bw dUuic invigor- alee U circulation of U blood and braeeeth aervoua system. Blight eolds often end In CO a a amotion. 1 1 U ilaa(re 1 arilirt then apply the rtrntdf promptly A tuatof twenty yvirs warrant! tha assertion that no remedy hat aver been fbaad t hat l at prompt in ttaeffaetaaa TUTT'S UPECTORANT. A lail. doaa raises th phlegm euudi.. Inil imimittnn.aud ir. oa erieaJily eure themn-t ohetinnie enurh. A pleasant cordial chil- dren ak It readily. For Cranp It la Invaluable and alio.il J h in every family. In g.'V. and 1 Wattles TUTT'S PILLS ACy PlgECTLY'oN Tr LlVfcR.' tana Chills and lattr atyapepeia flick Ileaatas he IsUlous.CollcCunattpa- tlon. ltnsam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 January 1883

'1 V i 1 i r i 1 TIIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Sixth Day's Proceeding. SENATE. Austin Jan. 15 1883. The sonata was called to order at the appointed hour by the president ; a quorum being present. i'rayer by- the chaplain: Our Father which art in heaven we thank Thoe for the rest of the Sabbath day Just passed and for the light and privileges of this Monday morning and we pray Thee that as those sen- ators enter upon their duties to-day they may so deliberate and so vote that they will not fear anything when they go before their constituencies or when they go before that far more awful and terrible Judgment seat of God. We pray Thee to teach them that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and to depart from evil is understanding. We ak Thee to bless them with strength and health; bless their fami- lies and bless the commonwealth so that we shall all rejoice In the peace that cometh from Thee; and Thine shall be the praise both now and for- ever. Amen. On motion of Mr. John...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 January 1883

The " absconding state treasurer Polk Is a relative of President Polk and of Bishop Polk. It looks as though the path of Gov. Cleveland is not to be sown alto- gether with roses. An element late- ly friendly appears ready to take issue with him. The Statesman continues to make acknowlegements to that inestimable paper. Col man's ltural "World for much that appears in its Home Farm and Ranch department. Till people of Louis viUe Kentucky appreciate the services of Mr. Watter- Bon of the Courier-Journal. They sent him to congress and now they want to make him mayor. A rrss was raised about the New York legislature adjourning over from Friday to Monday. There was no precedent it was said; and now the Texas legislature make it custom. Mabsii T.Polk may have swamped the state of Tennessee but he doubt- less knows of several persons who are m deep lu the mud as he is in the mire; and he threatens to tell all about it. Edwin Booth has been received at Berlin with the warmest endorsement Il...

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