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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1883

J Continued From third Iae.l Christian Temperance society on pro- hibition. Read and referred. Bills resolutions etc. were read by caption and referred except as other- wise stated as follows: by Mr. Acker: To appropriate and jet apart for the benefit of the public free school fund of the state all es- cheated land that has been or may be hereafter sold and bought in for the state under the escheat law and to provide for the sale of said land. Mr. Cochran resolution: That as the legislature has now been in ses- sion long enough to afford all the ofli- cers of the several departments of the state government ample tune to fur- nish their reports and the comptroll- er's report so necessary for legislation on finance and revenue has not been furnished a committee of three be ap- pointed to inquire and report who is to blame in the matter and suggest remedies to prevent a recurrence of such default. The resolution' was adopted and Messrs. Cochran Upton ami MeKin- ney were named on the co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Til USUI) AY FEB. 8 1SS3 The Gazette continues to hammer away against the possible location of a lunatic asylum at Fort Worth. Dallas will h;iv to take it. The railway assessment bill passed the house yesterday. There aro tho.-e who boldly assert that tho senate will kill this or any other railway bill. We aredismctim-d to believe that a majority of tho senate have railway placa glued fust to them. But it is said ou ail sides thatsm h is a fact. TnK clouds of smoke that passed over this region tho other day came from great prairie fires In the north- went. A vast amount of range has leen destroyed. And now Spc-er of Georgia has made a protection speech in congress. It is said this was done as a part of a' trado by which he is to become United states district attorney in Georgia. The Nicaragua caual project will go over to the next congress and it it l. that the government is then asked to loan its credit for t"iiii(Oto a private corporation it will 1 ap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1883

1 X " V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TERMS -. Smile Copy per year ( tub of Tell U one I'.wlnfllce.. .. i; ju .. i lull of r litem lub of Twtuty " " rilUSBDAV FEI..8 1883 TilK Cincinnati Commercial ays Paramore'tt road the Texiw ami St. Louis has aiKsorlit-tl the Austin and .Northwestern. Live dtch'K ukn of the north went holtl a convention February 1 at Colorado City. A large ileleyation will be sent to Austin. Coxokessman Kkaoan is sixty-live years old and! he story that got started oouie time uro ir-iranling his ill health was unfounded. He is a native of Tennessee. Ami now the state treasurer of Alabama has gone and done it l'olked the state for a quarter of a million of dollars. His presence is not in Montgomery. TilK senate judiciary committee is considering a bill requiring voters to show a ioll tax receipt at least thirty day old before they may vote on any proposition to levy taxes. Official literature is apt to atTord much amusement to the critic. How does it come that the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN'. TEXAS. TERMS : Single Tony por year to Clubs o( Ten to one Poitcnice IT ' Clubs of fifteen " -il 00 lub of Twenty " so The course of the legislature in "JXtence of the dead ex-governor is 0'nently proper. The United States is worth $00.- 000000000 or 8j000.000.000 more than England and f 13000000000 more than France. The railway commission hill fixes the pay of commissioners at only $2500 This is one of the ugly fea- tures of the proposition. The lease of the penitentiaries can only be made good on the indosement of the legislature. The responsibility '.' may assume is yet to be demonstra- te. The legislature of Massachusetts has enated a law giving judges the right to have the court room cleared during the taking of immoral testi- mony. (Jen. Mandkkson the new Ne- braska senator is a Pennsylvanian by birth but retti.lml in Ohio many years and went to Nebraska in lMilfl. He is a lawyer of nliility. I'm: only states now with incom- plete senatorial contests ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

2 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Ontiiiui-d Fruin First Page.) has lost a distinguished and useful citizen who has held many positions Uith state and national of honor ami trust who has ever lxirne the reputa- tion with his Hlitk-ul friends ami en- niies of h fearless earnest anil honest man. Resolved further. That we bury all past political differences ami recognise In the character of the deceased thie qualities that marked him as an hon- orable honest man a kind and oblig- ing ucighlior. ami a tried and faithful llK'Ud. Resolved further. That we tender condolence and sNinpathv to the !- reavwl willow and familv of the de ceased and that thev r olut ions I' entered on the journals oi this ImkIv. Resolved further 1 hat out of res- pect for the iiiemor v of the deceased this hoiiv do now stand adjourn"! until half past nineo dock to-morrow (Fridavl luorninir. The motion of Messrs. Cheuowcth ami Wurbai h were withdrawn and on motion of Mr. Rosenthal the resolu tions were adopted by st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

3 XVIIIth Legislature. Twenty-Seventh Day's Pi-weed Ings. SKNATK. Austin Feb. 10. 1883. The senate met at 10 a. m. Hoa. A: W. Houston presiding and a quorum present. Prayer was offered by the chaplain. Rev. Dr. SmooL On motion of Mr. Peacock reading the journal was dispensed with. On motion of Mr. Kleberg Mr. Pat- ton was excused indefinitely on ac- count of important business demand- ing his presence at home. On motion of Mr. Fowler Mr. Per- ry was excused for the day. On motion of Mr. Pope Mr. Davis was excused until Monday the 19th Inst. On motion of Mr. Fowler the postmaster-was excused on account of sickness. PETITIONS. Mr. Kleberg from the New York Texas and Mexican railway company asking the issuance of land certifi- cates for the construction of certain portions of their route. Referred. Mr.-Jones from the citizens of Houston asking the passage of a law to prevent railroads from obstructing roads and streets. Referred. Mr. Peacock from the citizens of Morris county asking fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

V u I r ) r r r 7 I THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - . TEXAS. PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE FLOODS. The Situation at Cincinnati. Cincinnati Fb. 13. The rivrrat 11 o'dok hal risen M i'c;t II incheH and was rising slowly. It will reach sixty-live feet lfore it logins to full. The weather in cloudy and warm. Tim water-works engines are idle and there U water in the reser- voi enough for six days. A brink dwelliug-hoti.se on Ochler street was reported to have fallen this morning hut no lives were lost- Much sickneciH is found among the imprisoned eonle in the tenement houws. The n lief lioats are litis visiting all such places and ninpl'1 means are at hand to prevent utlr- ing. A TKKK1BI.K AfrlliENT. A shocking disnater is reporteil by telegram from the western part of the city lloth the freight and passenger deoots of the Cinciuuati .Southern railroittl were undermined and fell into the surrounding water carrying with them one hundred or more peo- ple. The depots were one-story frame structuT' sung on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

1 It fio Use for Them. ('areralac Orlaia Kellrta mt the raat ? That Harr Had Their la. licorice Stcphensou's Rocket" aud the magniticeut locomotives of to tiny are built upon the Mine general principle yet the ma--aUue with which the great engineer astoii- fcjtfed his age la InlerestUig now only a an U- 'ixitratiou of the beginning of the Invention. There were planters with holes In them long hefore BKNSON'S CAWINE POROUS PLAN- TER surprised both the public and the physi- cians; aud the triumph of the Capclue b mnded upon the partial successes or the utter failures of Its predecessors. Everything of value in the old porous plaster b retained In the Capclue; but at this point all comparl- Kon ends and contract begins. For example: The old plasters were slow In their action ; J he Capcln b quick and sure. The old plasters lacked the power to do more than to Impart slight temporary relief Jn eases easy of treatment; the Capclue pene- trate the system and permanently cures the troubles ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

TUE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THUSRDAY - FEU. 13 1883 The lkuislatl itt will be held re- sponsible fur the penitentiary leases since its approval is provided for. Ikkland simply desires to be placed on the saiue footing as Scot- land; and the British government is in duty bound to make such concession. If tiic tarift bill tails to pass this session as it appears It will will President Arthur t all an extra session of congress to give the tax-lurletied people relief? Joshru E. Johnston cannot lie one of the commissioners of the District of Columbia because he has Uot been a resident of the city of Washington for three years. The supremo court of the United .States ha.s decided lk.il state statutes against the intermarriage of whites and negroes is not at variance with the federal constitution. The Missouri legislature will.it is thought drop all prohibitory legisla tiou and adopt the high tariff plan. A bill w ith this object in view lias been introduced as a substitute for all . dra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

J n r t r PROCEEDINGS 0t THE R. W. GRIND EXCAKPMEJIT AND R. IT. GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Grand Encampment Slat Annual Session. THIRD DAY MORNING SESSION. The Right Worthy Grand Encamp- ment met pursuant to adjournment J. J. See in the chair and quorum present. Representatives to the grand en- campment are still arriving ami work was again done in the encamp- ment degree. The minutes of yesterday were read and approved. Grand Scribe De Lesdenier was ex- cused from further attendance on the morning session and Seth 11. Strong of Houston was appoint! graud scribe protein. The various committees were called and their reports acted upon most of which wereot minor importance to the general public The number of subordinate encamp- ment in the state of Texas is ninety- live and the membership aUut 12i. larker encampmeut No. IH 1'. 1). and Herman encampment Xo. 95 I'. D- were granted charters. The committee on grand lodge con- stitution and unfinished business re- ported favorably ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1883

1 7 ) X r THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TirUSUDAY FEU. Ii. 1W3 HOSE MATTERS. Sual Tripi-. 'ut in piw the right size to siervi at table put in a ilecp ilwh with I'iti of butter l;iil ov.r tho top. ami .set in it hot oven ouo-hall to thretMjiiiirtrrs of an hour. Th more butter the richer thn gravy. rolmcttu Flannel Cakes. One .int of buttermilk two wcll-ujatcn erys tlour enough to make a stiff batter the tlour to he mixeil. half whuat :inl half corn Hour. I'ut a Bpoonlul of e foam Into the tlour and wk a grnldle. Choeolate 'ake.- Take two rup. f l sugar oue cup of sweet milk halt' a cup of butter two and one-half cap. if tlour two rgg and three toaspoou- fuls of baking powder. DLmoIvh one- third cake of ehoeolate mix with one- half cup f the cake. tlwu 111:11 lk4 through the whoto. If you wi.sh to trive a delicate iin! yet ili.Htmct onion flavor to the ureas- inif for a fowl boil th onion t ii I teuiler 11.1ngi.1u the water twice; then chop it very small bit just as if it wens raw. Ko...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

Y THE ' STATESMAN. TEXAS. TERMS vr 1'liiTianf T ' t ' " .p...-. ........ per year. lea lo oua rirtioiuce . 1; so . uu . si ui . 'I. .It VlftM Uulw ol Tweuty " Gov. Foster of Ohio says the Republicans can carry that btate on a platfosra favoring a miloon tax. The czar has ordered his coronation throne. It will be made of black oak carved in antique Slavonic patterns and will cost over 880U). Tiik North Carolina legislature has before it a bill to establish a state de- partment of agriculture and immigra- tlon. It will probably be enacted. A bill 1-efore the A iscousin legis- lature proposes to tax express compa- nies two per cent on their gross earn- ings on goods in transit through that state. Gov. .Stephens of Georgia wishes it distinctly understood that be be- lieve a in eternal punishment. Hut he grinds away at the pardon will as if he didn't tielieve in any piini.-0.ment at all. ' Seretahy Lincoln will make no canvass for the nomination Iljs friends Bay he will bo nominated with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

Thirty-First Daj's Proceeding SENATE. Austin Feb. 15 1883. The senate met at 10 a. m. Lieut. Got. Martin presiding and a quorum present. l'raver was oflered by the chaplain. Rev. Dr. Smoot. On motion of Mr. Randolph rending of the minutes was dispensed with. PETITIONS. Mr. Davis: From the citizens of Dexter Cooke county on prohibition. Mr. Shannon from the citizens of Parker on the same subject. BILLS AND KESOLVTIONS. Mr. Travlor: A bill amendatory of of article 35 of criminal code of pro cedure. Also a bill Axing the fees of tax collators. Mr. l'errv: A bill prohibiting elect ive officers and attorneys at law from becoming sureties on bonds and recog nizances. A message from the honso an ounced the Dassaire of house bill o. 38. Tones; A bill adding articles 146b to the penal :ode. 8PKCIAL OUDKU. olution of Mr. Gooch. instruct- Ue committee on public lands to e a bill embracing provisions for sale ami lease of public school Is. Fending fourth proposition Gooch moved that the senate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

4 TT? Olf T TEXAS. ued From second Pace. I la and common arhool edtiea- lr tbe docuina be true that lha fevlit.iiM hnl lh. iwriM. representative government ue on tha lnlelllrenca of tbe Po- bat lovar of bin country eo or upport an .mendment wbtch vlr- kills frea schools in tbl state upon tbe intellleeuee of youth rest utura lloerty. irrauduer. ana giory or coudUt." can wa nut part wlib tba amall pltiaoea of tweoly-ave oantson tbo ona hundred dullara worth of our prop- erty to secure Its obJecU and bleating f Ma tblnka I bear a long and loud cry from tba people we an we will I Mr. Hill moved as a sutatitute to strike out 25 cents and inser 15 cent. Mr. Jones argued as to t6 constitu- tional effect of a maximum limit that it would not preclude a less amount when the people should desire it. Mr. Cravens argued as to the same point. If you limit to 13 cents you make a rule it is true for to-day but you must recognize that in this amendment we must legislate not only for to-day hut for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

4 T1IE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THUSRDAY - FEB. 22 1883 (Continued Krum lUird Phko.J Thirty-Second Daj' Proceed I ng. SENATE. Austin Feb. 10 18S3. The senate met at the usual hour Lieut. Got. Martin presiding.. ana a quorum present The chaplain Rov. Dr. Smoot of- fered prayer. On motion of Mr. Martin muling of the journal was dispensed with. Message frm the house announced the passage of house 1 i 1 1 No. 4'. to organize the 25th judicial district and provide time for holding district w-wt therein. PETITIONS. Mr. Randolph from the citizen- of Madison count v. asking that the "three cent per mile law" bo not rv pealed: and calling attention to tin; legislature to the unjust discrimina- tlon of railroads against persons imd places In carrvinir freight nnd praying the enactmeut of such laws as will require railroads in regulating their traine to uoiuii justice io un people. Referred. Mr. Joues: From the commission' era court of Harris county a-King for the repeal of section 1 chapteci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

1 lESMAN. - TF.XAH. fin Fourth Fair. we can't nwallow te-th and all. rtrel with rrucifylnir. . lor said he desired the reno- i re-cominitttd. and to said Ta lniikiniT the motion Saturday chewed any intention of rrtkf U upon the committw; nor did hr ntnd any reflection in his remarks to-day. As to the charge of dictation ne earn ne uiun t want 10 tui;ur mm no man should dictate to him. He did not admit the mental or moral capacity of the gentleman to dictate to nun. Mr. Woods of Lavaca npoke. say inor he did not rearret his vote with the minority. A noon as he found the two propsitlons would not he aeparated. lie joined the majority. He hoped the motion of Mr. Upton would prevail. . The motion was further discntwed by Mr. DuranL The vote by which the resolution was reconsidered was lost. Mr. Upton moved that the resolu- tion be recommitted and made spx:i;il order at 1 1 JO Wednesday. After further remarks or a some- what personal bearing by Mr. Arm- iHtead and others the house adjour...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TtXAS. TIIUSUDAY FF.M. 22. IM Mr. Carlisle is willing to let the Kentucky delegation decide between himself and Rlackbum for the sjeak- ership". Is nine cases out of ten as is sug gested by an exchange when you see a Democrat advocating a high pro tective tariff be has Boiue interest that ha wishes to bo protected. It I some individual end that ho ia sub serving. It is ritoiiAHLL- that the Austin and Southeast in railway project that was knocked in the head by the re fusal of inventors to take bond after the three cent pcruilo bill was en acted bv the seventeenth legislature J may be revived. There is some ligur- 1 1 1 1 fr.t M.ij tin posed rallwav. wild h at present wo are not permitted to make public. fltrn Vnw Vnrk I. tti-r snivikn most encouragingly us to Texas prospects Growing railway facilities in con nection with through lines of rail way it is said are doing wonders in attracting attention to this t-tato an it may bo hoped our iucreiuing degre. of pro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

L I 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THUSRDAY - FEB. 22 1883 Tub bill appropriating $75000 for Immediate additions to the lunatic asylum has passed both houses of the legislature and will go into effect without delay. JThe university bill restoring the known as of doubtful Viuiui- the university fund has passed the house and is now ready for the governor's signature. Treasurer Lubbock is no doubt a good and a conscientious man but when nature dealt out to him human propensities the supply of discretion had been absolutely exhausted. T l 1 HE CODIirUlitUUU Ul IUO pcuibiu- .-' tiarv im. it U saiiL is a fixed h'flrls- lative fact. Such an assertion is of course to have especially its moral effect upon legislators; but the Statesman does not estimate the majority of legislators as ready to succumb to individual interests when those ef the public are at stake. TnKY are making a fuss in other states as well as In Texas about restricting land-ownership. Our legislature is considering the qu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1883

V 8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAS. TMUSKDAY - - FIt. 22. 1883 HOME FARMLAND RANCH. Distemper. Is an imU'iinite terui u.sil by horse- men (ft-nerally fur all di.K;ai of a catarrhal nature. The equine family when sutTt'nnjr from any ili.-witse of the respiratory organs from a severe; cold to iiu attack of the lung lit said to have the distemper. All horses an liable to have i-ummou catarrh iu- . tluenza Btninxli-s bronchitis iineii- mouia pleurisy etc. etc. ami the symptoms which accompany each of these dLseasex require very ilillerent treatment. Heme to classify all of these mala lie un.lcr one hea l i.s not only wronjr but liable to li';ul to seri- ous errors in treatment. That form of horse liitenit;r known as ".stnin- Kles" Ls a very common occurrence e8peei:Uly itmontr yoiiritf horses the treatment of which (unless it .shoulil become complicated) is very simple. This disease usually coiumeuees with the common appearance of mild catarrh or as ixipularly expresised of xliucht colds. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 March 1883

i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TERMS : HItkI Copy prr year Hub of Tea. to oue FoUuflW. Club of Fltteen " Clubt of Twenty " .... .... " .... 33 SO The prohibitionists' convention in Kentucky hits been postponed. s HOW are legislators who advocate the confirmation of the leasf-s for the penitentiaries and convicts going to make pem.-c with their constituent? In live year from to-day convicts that may !; let out to work on the sugar plantations of lower Texas will command instead of $10 per iiionlh. S25. - Font cars ago there was not a regular cuiiiiereial bank in the City of Mexico; now tU'i-e are three with an aggregate paid np capitd of 12- 0000m i. The turning over of a state's con- victs to individual for individual benefits is a modern innovation re- volting to every sense of justice and disgraceful to humanity. Thk statement that Mr. Huntington is going to obtain control r the Houston and Texas Central railroad has been rejeated a number of times and it has hen as often denied....

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