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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

V TOE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. T1IUSRDAY - - APll. 5. 1883 Tue bouse will hardly ref use t al- low the veteran and Confederate cer- tificates to be located on the fifty-cent forfeited surveys. The lessees throw up the sponge. Recognizing defeat they want to be released. The legislature will cer tainly gratify them. Governeii Ireland attempts to frighten the legislature at the idea of resumption by stating that an appro- priation of $500000 is necessary there for. Russia France Switzerland and Austria have agreed to establish an international detective force to deal with Anarchists Nihilists and Social ists. Tue legislature has no idea of maintaining convicts in idleness aud paying therefor $230000 annually Governor Ireland Is probably the only man who has had such a conception Mr. Shaw's Independent Pulpit is beyond all doubt an organ of infideli ty. That is what sensational preach ing leads to. But Mr. Shaw has a perfect right to preach and write as he pleases. It is to be hoped t...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

3' (Continued fnun Second rage. Mlxtr-Miath Day's Proceeding. SENATE. Austin March 31 1883. The Semite met at the usind hour lion. A. W. Houston presiding and a uuoruiu present. lTaver was offered by the chaplain Ilev. Dr. Smoot. The reading of the journal was dis- pensed with. ItEPORT9OF STANDING COMMITTEE. Judicial Districts. Mr. (iooch for committee reported favorably house ' bill to restore jurisdiction to county courts of Comanche and Uurnet coun- ties. Mr. Kleberg chairman of the free conference committee on the differ- ences between the two houses on the amendment to the Sunday law re- ported that the committees were un- able to agree and asked the appoint- ment of another like committee. lie- port adopted and Mesirs. (libbs ifeuffer and Gooch appointed for senate. BILLS XND KKmsjLUTIONS. Mr. l'eacock: A bill to repeal the sections of the law providing for or- ganization of penitentiaries that authorize the lease of same. Ite- Mr. (libbs: A bill amendinsr penal statutes atrai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. '. TiiE Democratic victory in Cleve land. Ohio is very decidetL The entire ticket was elected. . Much sickness prevails In the Ohio and the upper Mississippi valleys lately covered by overflows. The North Texan would have Dr. J. M. Fort of l'aris fill a chair in the medical 1 1 ranch of the state univer- sity. The legislature of New York has made it an offense against the dignity of the state to fish on Sunday l'oker is still permitted to U- a fashionable Sunday pastime. A socialistic manifesto is in cir- culation in the southern part of Rus- sia urging Urn populace to pillage during the coming fetes the houses of the nobles ami the .lews. Tim returns from the municipal flections in Ohio which occurred yes- terday show that the political repre- sentation though not clearly deter- mined is somewhat in favor of the Democratic candidates. The noted John Drown "the queen's gillie" a gentleman about whom more has been thought and less said than any other gen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

I ' ' -J 7 - ) i v THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DEPAUTMEM NOTES. Things Seen and Heard Aroand the unices. The comptroller deposited in the state treasury during the month of March the following amounts: (icti- eral revenue $22Sni.HI; available school fund $43&1.&; sale of public school domain $Mo(): special de- posits SIM'W; total $387J&31J. The Clay County land and cattle company of Henrietta tiled a charter yesterday. The capital stock is phiced at $250010 and the incorporators are S. F. Scott N. U. Child. 11. F. Whip- ple J. M. Hopkins John H. Foster W.II. Conover lieorge K. Wittit-h M. A. Crouse and J. and A. K. jiutcher. AJso the San Marcos water com- pany. The object is to erect and maintain waterworks in the town of ban Marcos and the capital stock is 825.000 with the privilege of raising it to SoO.uuo. The Incorporators are James and C. M. Holmes of this city; L. V. Mitchell of San Marcos and A. . J udge of baa Antonio. . ' One of the most im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

6 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. T1IUSHDAY APR. 5. 1883 Father Ryan the poet priest has lieen turned into a literarylion in Boston. ' When will the governor get his compulsory vaccination scheme in operation? At lust the ilgures for the List Texas cotton crop may be approxi- mately stated as 1 330000 bales. Tiie Paris North Texan pronounces E. It. Washburn & Co. of New York advertisers of "Sidicelica" frauds. It is thought that Frank llatton may be made postmaster genend. Organ-grinders ought to he rewarded. A bill to decrease the number of state Benators in Pennsylvania to thirty-three and of representatives "to 100 has 1een defeated. It Is said the Sabine and North- western railway is soon to be con- structed southward from Kaufman. It will be pushed to Sabine bay. No soon ku were the anti-rcsump- tlon men defetted than they began hatching schemes for establishing places which they hope to take in out of the cold. A bill which passed the senate of Colorado was defeated in the h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

heaae k: legal ftifle quack in are bland ule the world of humbug. teutious para-tit seem to love to .y that It shall liberal to the fraud. Tills fellow Is a e will put a magnetic belt magnetic necklace under you out with an entire suit of hen warranted to serve the pur- lary garments and at the same Ul diseases from whooping-cough gumption. 'e have no more electric or mag- ibout them than resides in woolen n girdles of sackcloth. Only when i expert is electricity of the slight iiediclual agent and even theu iti ly overstated. What Is the strong- presumptive evidence In favor ir remedy? Clearly that it should epared by responsible per on of d skill in the treatment of disease. n this foundation stands BEN ;ine porous plaster ku- 00 physicians pharmacists drug' 'mists it needs no further apiol bductiou. It la the one and only d external application. Quacks pay the Capcine the compliment like aa Satan is said to hate holy the middle of the plaster for the ""CINE." Price 25 cents. (S Jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 April 1883

V f 8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TIIUSKDAY - - Al'K. 5 1883 LETTER FROX SEW YORK. Mr. Vaittlertillt's Fancy Urexs Ball $20000 for Floral Decorations . Rich Costumes Pen Sketches of New York' UllonaIre EleTen Men Worth 8-0OO000O0. Prom Our llpeclal Correspondent ) New VoitK. March 23. 1882. In this ltter your correspondent will make an elTort to entrrUvin the lulj raiders of the Statesman to the tund of a half-cluinii par.ijrraph on the long an'icipiited and iiiiu-ii-tHJked-ulxmt fancy dress lutll to lie riven on 1 '.anter Mfluday by Mrs. Wm. K. Van- (li rt)ilt at the family palatial residence at No. 610 Fifth avenue. It is cxix-i-t-ed that thia ball will ellipse mi) thin? of the kind for beauty brilliancy and rout ever given in the city. The second Moor containing wjc large - drawing rooms and a ball room that will compare in Hie with a town church will contain the greater portion of the Moral deco- rations w hich alone cost 3UU. The grand sUirea-e and the walU of the .- luanaion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TEEMS: Minnie Conv. nor Tear $2 00 Clulx ot Ten to oue PimotQce i 1'IuIhi of KUiwn 2S 00 Si BO Clubs oX Twenty The Texas Sittings investigation is awakening the echoes of a dark and hidden corner affecting legislation. In reference to the state treasurer the Panola Watchman says "there is no good sense in keeping a man In office always." Thk Dallas Times agrees with Mr. Etheridge In wanting penitentiary superintendence kindly to the cause of resumption. The Trint proposes to back the as- sertion with money that it has nearly twice as many subscribers in Galves- ton as the News. The president has gone a fishing in Florida. If the small fry bite well he will stay and ilsh on; if not he will soon return to Washington. The whisky market has been most t seriously disturbed of late. Large failures have occurred in Kentucky .and prices appear to be going lower. IT W thought now that Col. Jlaynes collector at Brownsville will bold his ofllce until the term expi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THUSRDAY APR. 12 1883 Susan 1$. Anthony haa immi grated to east Tennessee and is now writing editorials for the columns of the Knoxville Chronicle. As the New York Sun says free competition is the regulator of rail ways. Liberty is the solvent of all things in this world and the protec tory of the people. Tiieke can be no breach in the Democratic party on the tariff issue. The principle is as old as the party itself that Democrats believe in a tariff for revenue only. His FitAUDi'LENCY signifies" that ' he to willing to be made governor of Ohio. Well he may be willing but his nomination would be a good - thing for the Democratic candidate. Tub Vernon Guard is terribly severe in its denunciation of Gov I reland. It says it is Democratic but that Deinocaac does not mean sub mission to personalism in govern ment Six years ago all the traffic in and out of Birmingham Alabama was done with six two-mule teams. Kow it has three railway stations and ships 1000 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. 1'kobably 223000 Texas cattle will 1m) driven northward this year but It is estimated that not more than 50000 will he ottered on the markets the great bulk having alresuly been con- tracted by ranchmen. Thk article headed "Newspaper KthlcH" appears in the Dallas Herald us an editoriid. It Is well prepared . . 1 ... .. n i W Yl and conuuns sounu uovumc may be read with prollt by newspaper men and be studied with benellt by those who hold themselves up as models of virtue preaching to and condemning newspapers. The Illinois legislature has passed a bill declaring sleeping car compa- nies to be common carriers and ac- cording to its terms any one purchas- ing a lower berth shall have the right not to have the upper one lowered or made up unless actually needed for some one else. We shall all breathe freer when this law Is generally adopted and enforced. Tuk htockraisers of Montana say that the past winter has uot lieen hard upon the cattle and that the sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

TIIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - TEXAS. TIIUSRDAY APR. 12. 1883 It is said Arthur wants to Secor llohinaon in his cabinet. Athens in Henderson county has a negro mayor two negro aldermen and a negro for city attorney. . Mu. Vest the Missouri statesman wants Kx-Senutor McDonald to be the Democratic presidential candidate. Now sincu Tom Ochiltree has got through yith one sensation his Bilia- ry the country is waiting for the next. ' Senator Vkst thinks Joseph Mc- Donald and Chester A. Arthur will be the opposing presidential candidates la 1884. Gov. Crittenpkn says medical quacks in Missouri are killing more people than die front natural causes. He is violent on vaccination. And now since Wood-l'ulp Miller is mentioned as a presidential candi- date we may expect to see the mouse masiiueradiwr ns the elephant. Wuiut a fellow mounts the political nag in Ohio he sticks one toe in the church and the other in a saloon to hold himself steady in the ride. EuYi'T is again becoming restless and the U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEIMUTMEMT SOTES. Things Sera ami Heard AronnJ the The comptroller cancelled another Bexar c unly bond yesterday. Toe governor vestenlsy commissi). ned Capt. Samuel U. Kluil.ull aa pilot at tbe bar at Brsxos fcaiitlago. Tbe J. B. Mitchell company Died a charter yesterday to conduct a general mercantile business at Corpus Christ! with a capital ol 7r..0ti0. Tlie dlrectora are J. W. Ualwln and K. 11. and Wm. II. Caldwell. Tbe comptroller yesterday deposited Id tbe treasury from tax collector tbe urn of one hundred and four thousand Ave bundled and elghCdollsrs and eighty- eight centa all of uriilrli is stacked up in tbe vaulta wltb tbo other two and a ball million dollar. Those who are convemant with the fact are asking why th- legislature did not raise tbe salary ol tbe receiver at the land office as well as the principal clerks in the other departments. This I tbe only clerk wbo has to give a bond of 16000 and yet hit salary is only lltHK). Mr. Baker sec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIX. .... TEXAS. TIIUSRDAY APR. 12. 1883 Prince Bismarck i sixty-nine years old. Tiie legislature continues to aUl laurels to its crown. The twin relics of Keuublicantem are monopoly and protective tar i IT. The State Medical association will meet at Tyler on the fourth Tuesday of the present month. An order will soon be issued for- bidding the use of intoxicating liquors by all employes on the Gould roads. The crop prospect in Europe is any- thing but encouraging. Cniiu has been seriously injured by the severe winter. Two-tuikds of the army are quartered in eastern states and cities. Would it not bo well to send them to the Apache country? A war of extcrmiuatiuu should be waged agiiinht the Apaches. They have been the terror of the whites of Arizona for twenty years. JIelow Little ltock Arkansas they have been figuring out the profits of strawberry raising and lind the aver- age net proceeds per acre to be $154. The archbishop of Chicago has come out with a powerf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

7 1 FROM THE OLD WORLD. Krotntlia great Loudon (Eng.) Times. 1 A mom the ninny specifies Introduced to the pulilio lor the cure of il ysiepsla. indigestion derangements ' various kind mid a a gen eral family medicine untie have met with suet genuine appreciation as Hop Bitter. Intro UIH rtI H VUlllltl J I'll m umiw"i; iiliort time inor to meet the great demand for lll J pi I' .; ...- i hiive rapidly increased In favor until they are. without ipiesllou the lnt Kohir and valua- uie iiieiiicuie kuowii. ii iu-wm.o . ........ in not due to the advertising It has received; It U (amoim ly reason of It Inherent virtue. It doc all that Is claimed for It. It discharges II curative ismers without any ol tne ev fectsot other bitter or medicine being .. . .. t iIU-nM ff.ir tht most 11 ef iier- rull wouiun smallest child and weakest Invall . ........ luilil wlicrn il tn the use. rev WTt uiu ii'w" i . great discovery hits not already been hailed as V ... l ..1 u fr-f.twl It lliwa a deliverer ami w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 April 1883

I THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAH. TIIUSHDAY Al'R. 12 1883 "What Khali We do With Thcui?" Waco Texas April 2 1883. - i"o the Editor of the tttatesmar. : "With the experiences of Enghuul Franco and other nations of Europe and of some of our states notably l'ennsyivania. In the matter of steady and effective pri&on reform and the general handling of the criminal cbunes running through the I;ut thirty years especially with the wonderful ellicacy of the "t'rotton System' as applied to the very worst criminals of Ireland in humanizing civilizing and reforming them published to the world and ojjcii to the adoption of any state that desires to avail itself cheap eiloctive and humane. 1 can hardly see why there need Ihj any such question as what shall we do with. our convicts?" Make the ex- periences and achievements of other nations our oWn. Stop experimenting over the same ground that others have passed thirty years ago. Adopt what they have found ellectire. Inaugurate a sys- tem that sha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 April 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXA TEEMS : Single Copy per year ...... $2 00 Club of Tea. to oue Fostofflce 17 60 Clubs of Fifteen " " 25 00 Clubs of Tweuty " " 32 60 The proposed Tilden boom does not flow with remarkable force south- ward. The exports of raw cotton valued at S157.103.746 for the seven months ending January 31; 1883 has turned the gold shipments westward. Ex-Oov. DoBSHEiMER thinks the vote of New York will be cast in the nominating convention for McDon- ald of Indiana for presidential candi date. The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette thinks it were better to let New Jer- Bey go as a Republican state than to attempt to hold her by. giving Kobe- son a cabinet position. Senator Manderson of Nebras ka pronounces the high license law of his state the best liquor law in the United States. The new Missouri act is patterned after it. An electric mast in Minneapolis Minnesota is surmounted with eight lights of $4000-candle power each. By its aid the time by watch can be read within a r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 April 1883

V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - - TEXA The New York Financial and Com- niercia' Chronicle fixes the cotton fcrop at 704.000 bales. Evek'y tax should be so contrived :as to take 'out of the pockets of the people as little as possible. The Iowa Republicans have con- cluded that the temperance issue in politics is a barren ideality. Mrs. Lanotky is going back to England. Wonder how Gebbie and the male Langtry will bariuoiJze? Chin music is as free as air in this country and England will have to learn it. It is nothing like as bad as gun powder plots. The tariff is pronounced an al- straction. Certainly nothing ab- stracts so much money from the pockets of the people sis the tarifT. The Herald-News is satified that Major llurke will neither buy the Dallas Herald nor the Houston Age The figures for each are too high for him. AMEiucAN pork knocks for admis- t sion to Kaiser Wilheliu's dominions. The pork can well afford to stand ex- clusion if sausage and ham hold out among his subjects. The m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 April 1883

! i J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - fEXA Smallpox is very prevalent in Xashville Tennessee. Thirteen new cases in one day. The Tyler Courier we are sorry to say reflects a very general sentiment when it declares that "Governor Ire- land is qot giving very general satis- faction as governor of this great state." T ii ere is violent opposition mani- fested in the coal regions of Pennsyl- vania to the employment of colored men. A labor war will ensue if the colored laborers continue to come in. It is remarkable how lovingly the negra is received at the north. The Sherman Chronicle says: "If the state railroad engineer does his duty he will have his hands full and if he makes honest reports of bad tracks dangerous bridges etc. his office may pro ve of incalculable benefit in the saving of life and property." Mb. Geo. EDOABthe well-known Shakisperian scholar and actor pur. potes a grand two years' season of classic drama throughout the United States. He will visit the principal theatrical poi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 April 1883

1' 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN-. TEXAS. THUSRDAY APR. 19 1883 Ten ex -governors hold seats in the United States senate. - The Statesman . la inclined to think it will be McDonald in 1881. It is hinted that Mr. Newcomb may not be able to retain his lately acquired place at San Antonio. A dynamite explosion in a public place in Boston about the time Lord Lome reached that city was looked upon as significant. It is the prevailing opinion that the land league convention to meet in Philadelphia on the 25th inbtant will be controlled by wise councils. Mb. Tilden did not simply lose an . opportunity but he gave up at an hour when courage would have won; and that in our estimation disposes of him. ' John Sherman's head is too long to allow hiiu to give up a certain term in the United States senate for a doubtful one in the executive chair of Ohio. ' - Doiian. the murderer of Miss Hat- tie South at Pilot Point has been ex amined and his bond fixed at six thou sand dollars. In default he was com ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 April 1883

7s- 1 THK HIBLR ' Kriiicniber that when sun and moon unite J hey briuK eclipse instead of life Tlirvw thou no sliadow on that sacred page lione faults U faults arc sanctlned by age. 1 f mote there be 'tis better so 1 deem Thau magnified by critics to a beam. Not very blind are they who are devout; Far Minder those who study but to doubt. Who see not yet believe have faith more true With old words erring than perplexed with new. Th.m Lit tliv Rtnriv tstk-p for kpen research: Those leave unchanged for households and for Sea Shell Mormnrs. The hollow sea-shell which for '-ars hath stood On dusty shelves when held against the ear l'roclaiins its stormy parent and we hear The faint far inurnmr of the breaking Hood. We hear the sea. The sea? It Is thejjlood In our own veins. Impetuous and near. And pulses keeping pace' with hope and fear And with our feelings every shifting mood. Ix! in my heart I hear as in a shell. The tmuimir of a world beyond the grave. Distinct distinct though faint ...

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