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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - - TEXA Texas Postal Association. The postal association of Texas con vened here to-day, Amos 1. Foster presiding, J. P. Rodney was elected temporary secretary, Col. J. C. l)e Gress being absent on account of sick ness. The following ollicers were elected for the ensuing year: Amos P. Foster, president; C. F. Daughert)', of Deniaon, W. 11. MeConnel of Jacks boro, (ieorge E. Valde, of Beaumont and J. M. .Swisher, of Corpus Christi, vice-presidents; J. C. DeGress, of Aus tin, secretary and ex-oflicio treasurer. At 3 o'clock p. ni. the committee on the revision of the constitution and by-laws submitted their report through their chairman,!!. C. Travers, of Rockdale, alter the adoption of which, and a general exchange cf ideas regarding the duties of those connected with the postal service, the association adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock to-morrow. Vhe following is the constitution al by-laws adopted: Constitution and by-laws of the Postal association of Texas, ad...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

1 ) THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. TIIUSBDAY MAY 3. 1883 Maktial law will rule in Moscow during the coronation ceremonies. The dead march may wind up the show. Tub state campaign of 1884 will Drove that dynatnite is mild to the explosive capacity of indignant pub lic opinion. Gen. IIancock, when he was the Democratic nominee for the presi dency, advised the Democrats to let the tariff question slide; and the peo ple let him elide. What do the good pious church goers think of the president going fishing on Sunday in Florida. As the darkey said "when you are in Koine you must go a roaming." Skcketakv Tellek's Indian pol icy is to kill every buck found out side of tho reservations. It would not be bad policy to kill them on all occasions, wherever they may be found. Modekn extravagance, observes a coteinporary .gives some show of truth to the saying that the bachelor who wants to marry young must either in- herit niouey, find a rich jrideor wed a country girl. It was not because Dorsey ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. It is said the president is suffering from nothing more serious than love sickness. Occasionally the Greenback par ty brings a gasp, but the spasm is evidence of its inevitable death. It is oflicially announced that the British government is in favor of as sisting emigration from Ireland. Dorsey and Wiggins are a good pair; one knows nothing about the past, the other nothing about the fu ture. Ben. Butler is getting ready for his fall canvass. The governor of Massachusetts is elected for only one year. - A cable dispatch indicates that the British government will soon make a formal request for the extra dition of O'Donovan Rossa. WrtAT Conkling said was this: In contrast with the administration of President Arthur, that of Hayes be comes respectable, if not heroic. The Mississippi river commission has not decided that it is best to turn the waters of Red river into the Atchafalaya. What will be done is not yet settled. Some people talk about making Ben ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 May 1883

8 C3 V Sa THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. TIIUSRDAY MAY 3, 1883 THE IIItillEIt COURTS. (AUSTIN TERM 1883. J Synopsis of Opinions or the Supreme Conrt. BKPORTKD BY ED. J. HAMNEB. Parties desiring Information upon matters concerning the higher courts will receive such by writing our court reporter. 1 Pointer and wife vs. Flash, Lewis & Co: from Dallas county. As appli cants did no avail themselves of the remedies provided to secure the de sired evidence, the application for continuance was properly overruled. The officer in his certificate having: stated that it was eiven under his hand and seal, it will be presumed that the original contained the seal omitted in the certified cony. The court having determined the bulance due, and rendered judgment therefor, foreclosing the lien given thereon and ordering the land to be sold to pay the same, tnere was no error. Al armed. Watts, J. Wooldridze vs. Griffith et al.; from Lamar county The law of 1876 giv ing a right or appeal rrom a mayo...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS TERMS : Single Copy, per year . $2 00 Clubs ot Ten, to oue PostofUce 17 0 Clubs of Fifteen " ' 28 00 Clubs of Twenty " " 82 60 The second Star route trial is now consuming the fifth month. Within the last half month the decline in grain values has been four per cent, '- John Sherman ought to move in the matter of raising a monumental fund for Eliza Pinkston. Col. II. L. Bently will soon be come the London, England agent of the Texas investment company. The crown prince of Germany is fifty-two years old; and yet, there is no immediate prospect of his being an emperor. John Bright thinks oaths and ' oath making have done more than any other thing to impair and destroy . a regard for truth. Good roads make valuable lands, and no country needs good roads more than Texas. From all accounts tile drainage is the secret. O'Donnovan Rossa showed his grit the other day by refusing to open a box sent to him. It contained nothing but sawdust. Political failures are ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXA THUSRDAY MAY 10, 1883 It MAY be that the czar's crown will be that of aniartyr. Tuk faculty already designated for our university would be an ornament to any institution in America. It is understood that Gen. Geo. B. McC'lellan is coming; to Texas soon, to engage in some ongineering contracts . It ia said the net income of the Texas and Pacific railway Is two and a half millions a year. This is not twj per cent on the investment. Gun". FiTzuuoii Lek is making ar rangements to hold a reunion of the survivors of the army of Northern Virginia at Maiiasas tiome lime dur ing the summer. . It was unfortunate for wouM- Billy Mahone Chalmers that Mr. Gresham was made postmaster-gen eral. He wants to grind an axe for himself, and is not after sharpening Chalmers' blade. The grand jury of the United States district court at Brownsville having examined into the charges made against Collector Haynes and Deputy Collector (Joodrich, find them free of all such charges. ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. It is thought no immediate suc cessor to Commissioner Raum will be -appointed. Cardinal McCloskey warmly en dorses the doings of the Philadelphia convention of land leaguers. According to official reports, India can raise wheat at 12 cents a bushel, and has lf5.329.200 acres in wheat. Senator Tkaylou has jut sold his ranch and stock of cattle iu Hood county for twenty thousand dollars. The ex-governors now in the sen ate are: Anthony, Colquitt.Coke, Cul led, Garland, Groome, Harris and Hawley. One hundred thousand less cattle will be taken out of Texas this year than last. A good many cattle, too, are being imported. An eight-year-old girl in New York jumped the rope one hundred and six times, and in a short time afterward died of congestion of the brain. A newspaper just,started at Jalapa Mexico, advocates the election of Gen. Diaz to the presidency for the next term. There will be more doing the same thing. There is to be an educational con gress in l...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXA TIIUSRDAY MAY 10, 1883 Minister Foster has departed for Mexico. ' A Hallettsville company will erect a telegraph line to Schulenberg. ' Senator Brown, of Georgia, is among the delegates to the Baptist convention nt Waco. Boston Democrat! would like to see Mr. Frederick G. Prince nomina ted as vice-president on a McDonald ticket. Ex-Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas, has started a new party, and wants negro to be a candidate for vice-presi dent on the ticket. Kextucky Democracy it is thought will settle the differences between Blackburn and Carlisle, and decide which one shall be a candidate lor the speakership. The directory of the Houston and Texas Central railway company re mains the same, and it is therefore presumable, all the old officers will ijj main in their places. . m 'X. The Japs patronize the wires. Last year in Japan there were transmitted two and a quarter millions of lues. satrcs. ninety-eight per cent leing in the Japanese language. The Southern ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

DEPARTMENT NOTES. Latest Items of Interest. From Thursday's Dally.l EXKCUTIVE .DEPARTMENT. Tho Villnu.inir fnrrpn(indencp. DaSS' ed between the United States secre tary of state and liovernor ireianu explains itself : Washington, D. C, May 2. 1883. Covpmnr Irphiml: The Mexican minister reports that Santana Jimenez and liasilio Flores of San Antonio, have ueen rrava by police, and with the parties, are .i:..,..i l. of Siun Ant.oniO. and have been declared contraband, ine Mexican minister asks resiorauuu iu owner on proof and punishment ot norse inieves: Vncti T "FitKT.IN'OHl'YSEN. Governor Ireland replied as fol lows: linn V T. Preliiurhuvseu: Sir I have your telegram of the 2d inst. You say the .Mexican num&i.er lucivoa that Tvr -prfv hp returned on proof of ownership and guilty parties punished, in eacnoi ineseparticuiaio inistr will undoubtedly be gratified, the con litions being fa vorable. But I am, with great re- spect.iempieu 10 osk an. jtomerw disposition does he suppise ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

7 7 3 V SomeUimg for Bverytoofly. Etai, Marl and Inwardly Digest. AHIIIU B.VAM. Mass., Jan. 14, 1HSO. I 1 have been v ery sick for over two years, and i wan given up as pal cure, i men me iiiom. skillful physicians, but they did not rea;h tue worst part. Mv luii(P aim lieart would 111! up every night ana distress me very bad. I told my children I never should die in peace iiiitd I had tried Hop Bitters. I took two bottles. They helped me very much Indeed. I took two more, anil am well. "2 here was a lot of nick folk here who. saw how they cured me, mid they used them and are cured, and feel as thankful as 1 do. Mi:. J cm a ti.l'csHiMi. 1UTTI.K Ckk.f.k, Mich.. Jan. a', 1X80. I have used seven bottles of flop JSitters. which have cured me of a severe chronic dilll culiy of the kidneys, called Brieht's disease by the doctors. Kodnkv 1'kaiihon. Wai.hk.si, has., Pee. , 1st. I write to inform you what great relief I got from taking your ilop Bitters. 1 was suffer ing with', neuralgia, dys...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

s THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. I ! gen. Sherman's personal staff will be disbanded in June. At that time 1 he will leave for his western tour of inspection, These is said to be no hope for f the recovery of Key. J. II. Curry, of Dallas. His case is' pronounced con' firmed insanity The government will send an armed Bteam yacht to Galveston for the pur pose of stopping the smuggling which is going on there. Attorney-General Brewster has made formal application to Judge Wylie to be allowed to take part in the closing argument in Star route cases. The committee for locating the new lunatic asylum has been in session at Dallas. It is thought they will put the institution on the line of the Texas and Pacific, somewhere be tween Terrell and Weatherford. The federal census makes the state debt of Kentucky over eighteen hun- dred thousand dollars when it is only one-tenth that sum. The city and county indebtedness amounts to over seventeen millions, that of Jefferson county alone being over...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 May 1883

9 Sometliii for MMi Real, Mart and Inwardly Digest. AoHiii'RXAM. Mass.. Jan. 14.1880. T have been vervsick for over two years, and was given up as pstst cure. I Wied the most skillful nlivsiciiiiiH. but thev did not rear-h tlie worst part. My lung and heart would All up every night and distress me very bad. 1 told my children I never should die in peace until 1 hsu tried lion Hitters. I took two hot lies. Thev helued ne verv much indeed. I took two more, and am well. There was a lot of sick folks here who saw how they cured me, and they used them and are cured, and feel as thankful as 1 do. Miih.Ji i.ia G.Cuhhi.m;. n.m.rit.tFir xt:..i. T-. it toon I have used seven bottles of Hop Hitters, which have cured me of a severe chronic dittl- culty of the kidneys, called itriglit's disease by ine uoctors. ii.ui--K-r i mubus, Wai.hk.vi. Kas.. Dec. ft. 1SS1. I write to Inform you what great relief I got from taking your Hop Bitters, l whs stiller Inorwith neuralgia. dvsieiia. nervous dcbil lt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. - . - TERMS : Single Copy, per year $2 00 Clubs ot Ten. to one l'oUnlce 17 60 Clubs of Klftee n " ' '5 00 Clubs ot Twenty " " 32 50 Gov. Cleveland has signed the bill repealing the Sunday law sections of the penal code in New York.. ' It is whispered around that Bishop Bowen, of the Methodist Episcopal church, holds spiritual communion ith his deceased daughter. A bill, prohibiting free passes be ing granted to any yne except rail road employes and ofliceis, has just .passed the New York assembly. And now Major Burke, of the New Orleans Times-Democrat, has made a miss in an attempt to buy the New York World. It was simply a matter of price. The Hon. Frederick G. Prince ot jjjston, wants the next national Dem- t convention held in Boston, wMeh lie B9 13 now ,in a3SUred Democratic Y, McDon-aIdToI: was a "Copperhead" candidate gjjr in 184. His opponent was v'4 Morton, who beat him by abou.. lw en" ty thousand majority. It is charged that Sam Randall is w...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

il for E Bead, Mart and Inwardly Digest. Ahhkerxam, Mans., Jan. 14, 180. I have been very Hick for over two yearn, and was given up ox past cure. I tried tlie iniwt skillful physician, but tliey did not rea?h the worst part. My lungs and heart would fill up every niiclit and distress me very bad. 1 told my children I never should die in peace until I had Iried Hop Hitters. I took two bottles. They helped nie very much Indeed. I took two more, and am well . There was a lot of aick folks here who saw how they cured me, and they used them and are cured, and feel as thankful as 1 do. Mm. Jllia G.Clhhj.no. BattmcCrrkk, Mich., Jan. 31,180. I have used seven bottles of Hop Bitters, which have cured me of a severe chronic diffi culty of the kidneys, called Bright' disease by the doctors. Kounkv 1'kabson. Walhevd, Kas., Dee. 8, 1881. I write to inform you what Kreat relief I got from taking your Hop Bitters. I was suffer ing with neuralgia, dysepsia. nervous debil ily, and woman's troubles. ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. rEXA The Ton Greefr Times argues in crease instead of decrease in the price of Texas cattle'. Thomas L. Junks is said to have the lead of Proctor Knott in the race for the governorship of Kentucky. It is now reported that Mr. Glad stone will retire from the premiership with the rank and title of the Earl of .aiiuioinian. Mr. Randall's friends are his worst enemies. The protectionists, Repub licans and all want him elected speak er of a Deocratic house The Democratic journals of New England are nearly unanimous for iann reiorm. -xne wan, mi wegei there" organs will fall in line after a while. Ex-Senator Wallace, of Penn sylvania, in reply to the question if Randall would be the next speaker of t.,. i. ..,. ..;,!. ui'nA fnrl,:.l tl,.. l,n should be." Coal in large quantities and of fine quality has been discovered in Panola county, twenty miles south of Marshall. A company is forming to develop the mines. In the federal army one man in every six becomes a desert...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TIIUSHDAY MAY 17, 1883 The Irish land act has reduced rentals by 81,000,000 a year, according to Mr. Trevelyn. nMiMsnsasaM Mk. Vandeebilt hiis gone t Europe and he took a million dollar with him for pocket change. The Enquirer says it takes a brave man to admit that he is a Republican candidate for governor of Ohio. It was Teported yesterday that thu gentlemen who were represented by Messrs. Goree and Braban as anxious its make private contracts for con victs.deny that they made any direct propositions as stated. The Apache Indians want to capit ulate, and they are holding the littli son of Judge McComas with whom they hope to negotiate peace. Chief Jus is in Mexico, and it is said he will not give up, but will resist to the bit ter end. Persons should learn a lesson by the .fate of the young lady who was killed by leaping Irom a carriage drawn by a runaway team in Cen tral park, New York. Had she re mained in the carriage a few moments longer she would...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. From Saturday's Daily.) The Old Cry of "Wolf." Every time some thoughtless boy i j .i i i t awaKi.- a ureu urug ciers. uy p-iu-longe-J pulls at the night bell, and then scampers oil with the idea that ne nas perpeiraieu a uue juivc, i lessens the chance for somebody really in need of help being so promptly served as he should be. Escaped Lunatic. T)r. Stalnaker informed a States man rrirffrit:;itivfi yesterday that a negro lunatic at the lunatic asylum escaped yesterday, and that guards were out scouring the country for him. It is not stated - as to 'whether he is dangerous or not, but people had beat Keep a kkik out ior mm. A ew Candidate. The Evening News is now on its fifth number. It is a very neatly printed paper, printed by Detfenbaugh & Co., and is sprightly in its editorial and news columns. The News gives evidence of an earnest effort to get Tip a live evening paper, and we hope It may make its three publishers millionaires. A Literary curi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TIIUSBDAY MAY 17, 1883 ' From Tuesday's Daily. THE FIKE SUNDAY. 'Cousnming Conflagration Aearly a i Quarter of a Million Swept Away. Sunday morning about 2:15 o'clock an alarm of fire was sounded for the second ward from the central fire alarm station; nut it ceased ere ? dreamy citizens living away from 1 that district eould respond, and many who were hurry, o to the second ward returned home, thinking it . was a false alarm. In about tif- : teen minutes the alarm sounded , again, this time with a vim and force that told an nearers manne arm nun , nig it was nerved by an unmistakable danger. People in the northern part r- of the city, and living on a direct line with the Avenue and Colorado street, were almost stilled by a dense smoke of burning pine, and many were ---awakened by having their rooms filled with it. This was evidence that a lire of exeat intensity was being smothered somewhere, and people began running in search of the source. For some m...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

am safial raa March ou. Jlarrli on to Victory. Under date of November 21, iHKi, Mr. Allmrt W. Handy, of Pratt and Whitney Company, Hartford, Connecticut, writes: Having lieen a great snllrer from a severe attack of Kidney disease, and endured for a long time the intense pain, many aclivs, and extreme weakness tluit always attend this dread dUoaae, Including the terriljle bac-kaohe, after trying doctors' prescriptions and many other so-calld cures, without gaining any benefit, I was dually persuaded to take Hunt's Kemedy ; and, after using It a very short time, 1 find myself entirely relieved from the back ache and other pains; and, better than all the oilier Improvements in my general health, my Kidney disease is cured. It affords me great pleasure to recommend Hunt's Kemedy to all whiAhsy be sullering as I have been, as It is a safe and reliable remedy for Kiduey disease." Honent Indorsement. Mr. C. I". Melvin, of I"roldence, Rhode Island, says: . ... "Believing, as I do, that an h...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1883

Appropriate Ftsliiny. prominent Liwyrr ami n lf.-iding i' inn of Austin went listiing the r day. This circumstance, in .f, was nothing unusual: A great sy people go lishing here now; ", tro under the shade of the trws 1 li h for a sweetheart, and come, t r f sueni ana inougniiui, wiinoin, appetite; others go out in j ?y mid fell as the vehicle. ; us them alonir over the. seal bliss, and they return and tell of v the world is not all a wilderness woe ly alxut live billions of i(-s; others go fishing around ou the (lit gallery of "her" pa's house until : old man dissolves the long parlia- nt, and they return put annua on t place where the old mans fi oot ; to! ana thers again go .irton'H or tli "ilain and turn to tell lies six acres rger than tho t'iSH and grapts the :,nday school Itooks say Joshua and eb brought hack from Canaan. ut these tw fishermen didn't tish '.its any of the above. They look a n pan and a tin bucket and went - wu to the river, and tished for the ry same thing th...

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