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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1883

'fi ! 55f THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. From Friday's Daily. . Another ijursrlnrv occurred Wed nesday night. Yesterday morning JJr. 11. . J-.intlerman round mat iu VjaiiiripnpA hull liopn pn tared bv the gentry ana valuable jeweiry oi ms wife's taken. As in all the other cases no clue to the pang was lett by the burglars. Austin has a very efficient corps of police but this gang of men have thus far evaded their vigilance The polic- however are carefully shadowing every suspicious person noticed in the city and they will capture some of them before many sun risings. In our report of the Elgin outrage we omitted to state that the ollicer took the prisoner by train to McDade and from there by the by road. Our reporter yesterday met several par- ties from Elgin and they all substan- tiate the report of the affair as given yesterday. The excitement is still running high. There appears to be contradictory accounts about the prisoner attempting to gag the girls and Mr. ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1883

7 HOME FARMAND RANCH. Miscellaneous Votes. Grape mildew ia said to be best treated by a dusting with sulphur. Wire rope must not be coiled or un- coiled like hemp rope. When mounted on a reel the latter should be turned on a spindle to pay off the rope. When forwarded in a coil without reel roll it over the ground like a wheel and run off the rope in that way. All untwisting must be avoided. To prevent the skin from discolor ing alter a blow or fall take a little drv starch or arrowroot and merely moisten it with cold water and lay it on the injured part. This must be done immediately so as to prevent the action ot the air upon the skin However it mav be applied some hours afterward with effect. It is a Dractice among gardeners when lepotting plants to pack the earth very tightly about the roots. The gardener's reason for this is the fact that a loose soil acts as a sponge to retain too much water while very compact soil will hold little more than the plant needs. This is a wise pre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1883

F3M V i j i 0ki L1SL I TOUPEE Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of p- rl y streneth and wholMomenss. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not b? ;d in c p ti ion with the multitude of l v test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Moid nnlv in cans. Royal Baking PO vdbb Co.. I 0 W;til street New York. TUTT'S POLLS TORPID BOWELS DISORDERED LIVER and MALARIA. From these sources arise three-fourths ot the diseases of the human race. These symptoms Indicate their existence : Lou ot Appetite .Bowels costive Mlek Head- ache fullness after eating aversion lo exertion ot body or mind Eructation ot food Irritability of temper Low aptrits A feeling or bavins; neglectrd soma dnty Uizziuess Spluttering at the Heart toots before the eyes highly col- ored I rlii. COafSTIPATlOW and de- mand the use of a remedy that acts directi- on the Liver. AsaLiver medicine TBT'l' S JflLU have no equal. Their aotlon on tin- kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing all imparities...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1883

V ) r 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEPARTMENT NOTES. TUESDAY. ADJUTANT OENKKAL'S DEPARTMENT. The adjutant general has gone to the western portion the state to in- vestigate complaints about destroying fences which have been cut in vari- ous counties to open ways for cattle through large pastures to water .sources. ' The anticipated state troops en- campment which Col. Claiborne has appointed at Galveston from the 13th tul the 19th of August is exciting the esprit du corps of the young men generally to recruit and form compa- nies. There is a fascination in camp life and especially military encamp- ments to the young men of Texas. Col. Claiborne was in the city yester- day. TIIE NEW STATE CAPITOL. The capitol contractors Messrs. Taylor Uabcock & Co. have con- tracted with the Ohio Valley cement comDanv. of Louisville Ky. to iur nish the necessary silpply of their celebrated "Fern Leaf" brand of ce ment to bo used in the construction of the new capitol. It was adopted UDon its m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

f ma Till: STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. T Kit MS : KiiiKli' 'ipy. per yur s- C'lllln of 'ell. to iilie I'lislollici- . IT M t'hilis ut I" i 1 1 1 1 . In hum Pustoflh-e -"i 00 'bib iif Ti'iit. In oin- I'lntiilliiM 50 IMPROVEMENT is the fashion at T J- lei . Tim: ii Kill license tidal wave has reached Iregoii. AltK the people of Texas prepared to vote higher t:ix;itinu t Thk Bichmond Nation says that the most magnificent crops ever seen in Texas are now grow ing in Whar- ton county. TiiiiJiK is something mysterious in the fact that the city council has not declared the aldermanic seat for the sixth ward vacant. What does it mean ? . Arthur and Lincoln is a ticket which is said to find great favor among Illinois Republicans. It is certainly good enough to be beaten. Count. Telfn eh will connect his railway the New York Texas and Mexican willi Houston. Houston is the railroad centei of Texas and nil have to acknowledge it. And now it is said. Prof. Hogg wants lady teachers (who receive com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAS. De Lesseps saya the Panama canal will be completed in 1888. It is proposed to finish up the Florida canal on or before the same time. The American ritle team thanks to ; the generosity of James Gordon Jien- net in sending them across the water are keeping up the credit of Ameri- can gunners. Such work is a great . deal nicer than hunting wild Apaches in Mexico. An article on the crown prince of Prussia written by Ilerr George von - Bunsen is attracting a good deal of attention. He predicts that when the crown prince comes to the throne he will abandon his father's policy and place Germany in the line of mod- ern democracy. The New York Sun thinks that Saratoga would be a proper place for the Democrats to assemble to nomi nate a presidential ticket. The Sun's Democracy is to be questioned if it insinuates that thf- body and head of Saratoza water would satisfy the ' tastes of Democrats. As usual the authorities are per- suading the public that the case of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUbTIN TEXAS. Hov niiiuy will sell out to Uncle .Sammy and then vote for the Kepulj- lican nominee. liEMKMUEitto go to the polls Au- gust 14 and vote against providing for increased taxation. Pkksident Aktih ii will be pres- ent at the opening of the Southern exposition at Louisville. Fou a multiplicity of modes by which taxation may be made oppres- sive reference is made to the proposed tax amendment to the state constitu- tion. " Greece has declared against Ameri- can pork. Greece may do well enough without - pork but pork without grease w Jl not do at all. The Courier-Journal announces that Texas has 8800000 in her treas ury. It will please correct this state- ment by putting the figures at over $3000000 in cash with a good deal more than that sum in securities. ' Tiie local rings all over the state will be using their influence on the 14th ef August to swell the vote for increased taxation. Those not under such are notified that their place is at the polls. The wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THE SHAMEFUL DISCLOSURES. Attention is called to a rather lengthy article taken from the New York Sun relative to tho influences used to bring about the nomination and election of Mr. (! irfield. The Philadelphia Record cali-t it the pre- amble of an indictment if the Repub- lican party. The Statesman does not quote all of the article leaving out for the present that portion of the expose relating to Mr. Garfield's lack of faith to Conkling. The arraign- ment is based upon the revelations of Stephen W. Dorsey who was on terms of closest intimacy with the leaders of the party and especially was he confidant and adviser of Mr. Garfield. The Indiana campaigns of October and November are clothed with a special interest on the part of those wanting to understand to what depths of infamy the Republican leaders descend in accomplishing their- oft repeated purpose of defeating popular will. There is something in them akin to these manuvers which we now see goi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

r. THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEPARTMENT NOTES. MONDAY. NO KXTKA SESSION. As there is considerable discussion about an extra session and occasional rumors about the governor's intention to call one the writer inquired ex- plicitely of (io vernor Ireland yester- day whether there was any occasion and if so what to have the legisla- ture convened. The governor replied: "1 know nothing of the extra session. This information from the fountain source ought to settle the question. STATE DEPARTMENT. The charter of the Leander Co-operative Association of Leander Wil- liamson county was filed with the secretary of state Monday. Also charter of the S. R. E. Land and Cattle located at Fort Worth with a capital stock of 8200000. The letters S. U. E. are probably abbrevia- tions for south rn real estate. There are not so many charters filed recently as sometime previous before the fees were increased. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT Strange to say there are no further advices at the adjutant gen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

6 3 The Married Flirt. No class of the women of the beau monde do more harm than do those married women who amuse them- selves bv carrying on a "harmless flirtation" a designation which is a misnomer for no fiirtation can be harmless where one of the parties to it is a maried woman. There may be nothing essentially wrong in the affair; no harm may accrue either to her otto the man upon whom she ex- ercisfs her power of attraction but herusband is made unhappy and she becomes the subject of unpleasant -Comment. It is frequently said that pretty young married women are frequently much more attractive to gentlemen than it is possible for young ladbs to lie. The reason as- signed for this is that men can talk to them with less restraint can adopt toward them a more free-and-easy tone which renders them agreeable com panions. The truth of the matter is that men mav with impunity lavish unon married women atten tions which if offered to single r women would be decidedly com mittal; and as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

mm mm 1 T ROYAL rsa'oij Ik 0 Pa--s kIIp Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of p- rity strength and wliolesomeness. Mure economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in co'.-ti! ion Willi the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate rowders. Hold only in can. ItoVAl Baki.ng 'OWukb Co.. H.6 Wall street. New York. kiftmm cuildihc material r3B BQTH NERVE AND MUSCLE. S!rengtheninglnvigoratinB -Fattening. OOLDEN'SUQUIDBEEFTONIC is pronounced by scores of ptty-i-Irt.jtM and. by thousand of people who harm wnd it to he the best knnirn remedy for Ih-hHity Dyspepsia Indlyestion Toss of Appetite Tstss of Ftenh I. una Complaints Female Weakness Gastric Irritability Ma- larial Ferer and many other diseases triere tonic arm required differing essentially from all other Beef Fowl and Tonics IT IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF the Blood and enriche It and la there- fore a fine inrlyorant and corrertirc In cases of all chronic malatltea wli lull are associated with an ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1883

Y S 1 1 1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEPAKT31EST AOTES. WEDKSXDAY. Gov. Ireland has appointed W. A. Wallace Esq. district attorney for the twenty-fourth (Judge I'iLschall's) district embracing Kinney Maverick Uvalde rnd some other counties. Mr. Wallace is a prominent lawyer and has formerly served as district attorney of the same district. He is appointed to till the vacancy caused by the death of the late incumbent of the position Hon. 1'inkney Jones deceased. STATE DEPARTMENT. The charter of the Fierce education- al institute at Lulinir capital stock 8250000 was fded with the secretary of state. AlsojJiarter of the neonle's co-oper- ttffve loan association capital stock $200000 in shares of 8200 each and located at Palestine lex. lhe di rectors are John H. Hearne J. W.Oz- ment A. Teah. Geo. A. AV right W P. Calloway Wm. liroyles J. M. Con oway A. W. Grigg and G. F. Num sen of Falestine Texas. . ' Comptroller Swain warranted Wed nesday lor the payment or lorty claims for pensions...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

v 'X TllK STATESMAN. Al'KTIN. TEXAS. TKKM3 i Siiiitlc Copy per year fcj 00 Clubs ot Ten. to one rostolllce 17 so Chilis of Fifteen ti one I'otttofllire 3 0i Clubs of Twfiity. lo oue Po4tnio 3a SO Cholera is declared to exist in Campeachy and Oaxaca Mexico. The expansive power of heat can hardly be applied to editorial work. Pkobably Henry Watterson could tell the size of Uncle Sammy's "bar'1" Wonder how much Uncle Sammy paid the Tammany bosses for their endorsement. . Queen Victoria had the honor of dubbing Tom Thumb a general; . nd the title stuck to him. If the Democrats do not take Sam Randall it will not be because the Re- publicans do not give him ample en- dorsement. In the interest of civil service re- form the Republican employes of the census bureau will be transferred to the interior department as vacancies occur. - The problem with which the .Pro- tectionists are now wrestling is how Jto get rid of the government's sur- plus income without reducing the flaxes. The Republi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

Y THE STATESMAN. AUSTIJf TEXAS. HOW THE SCHOOL FUND IS DEPLETED. Again the permanent school fund is being depreciated by the runious in- vestment in bonds at a great discount. It has been announced in our depart- ment notes that the stite treasurer has bought $10000 of frontier bonds at 1.22 and that $100000 J is to be in- vested in high premium securities The transaction of last year whereby the school fund was made to lose 8450000 by such investment was sufficiently condemned by the people of the state to lead officers especially regarding the public funded interests to enter into no more such transac- tions; but instead of popular protest being regarded again the governor and treasu?e engage in a similar financial transaction. It will be re- membered that one of the declara- tions against the Roberts ad- ministration by Judge Ireland when he became a candidate was because $1414000 in cash had been used to invest in $1000000 worth of state bonds. Denunciation of this transaction w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT NOTES. STATE DEPARTMENT. Gov. Ireland's absence decapitating several Iwards of which he is the head depleted the departments of their usual interest Saturday. Besides being governor and commander-in-chief of the army of Texas he is president of the land board the board of education the penitentiary board the capitol board the tempoary capi- tal board and the state sewer board and withal is an ex-oflicio member of some of the boards of control in other matters. An amendment changing the name of the Kerr Water and Ice company to Corsicana Ice and Water company was tiled with the secretary of state. The stock of the company is 880000 in shares of $100 each. The directors are Wm. T. Brown and T. W Dodd of Tyler and Sam It. Trou. Bryan T. Barry and Leonard B. Embry of Cor- sicana. The charter of the Mineola Bridge company stock 820000 and of the Grand Temple of Honor were also liled in the state department. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Payments throu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

no THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. A bill is to 1)6 introduced in par- liament requiring better sanitary regulations on board of Atlantic steamers. The San Francisco Examiner says that Blaine is on a still hunt. He will most probably be still hunting when the race is won. This is a nice time for the importa- tion of Egyptian rags. A ship has just reached Xew York with a cargo of rags direct from Alexandria. Ohio Republicans aro trying to make the people of Ohio believe that Confederate reunions in the south mean preparation for a fresh rebellion. According to the theory of M. Fauvet of the French Academy of Sciences a rapidity in the spread of cholera is also followed by a corres. ponding rapid falling oil in its ravages. Foa honesty of sentiment Web Flanagan stands head and shoulders above all other Republicans. His famous speech at Chicago entitles mm to a place on tne next presi- dential ticket. The Ohio Republicans have al- ready reached that degree of despera- tion in which they f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN TKXAS. .DEPARTMENT NOTES. TUESDAY. There was comparatively very little of special interest transpiring in any of the departments yesterday.' But it usually requires about as much time and aMduuy oh tne part il tne re- porters to tindbut that there is nothing of public note as it d-es to report the tacts when tliey are lorluuale enougn to evoke intounition worth publish- ing. In this connection it may be of some speculative interest to state that the treasurer is not at all apprehen- sive of the robbers making a raid on the treasury coffers w ith a shadow of success. The arrangements of the vaults are such that a robbery would be utterly impossible. Just what they are it is not proper to state but the writer has carefully inquired into the mat- ter and the public may rest assured that there is no danger whatever. To express it bluntly the robbers no matter in what force or how equipped may "do their best" and cannot suc- ceed. Even if they resorted to the most de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

Y J J. ) THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. ' The Apaches left in Mexico are again raiding and depradating. ' Faithful watching is worth more than all the prayers against the intro- duction of a deadly malady into thk country. There is more Christianity in the good women of Boston establishing public water fountains than in all the church suppers. Of the three millions in the state treasury 8800000 belongs to revenue. What an argument is this for increas- ing taxation from 30 to 60 cents. The proprietor of the Belton Re- porter on account of very poor health wants to dispose of his paper and office. Printers desiring to go it alone might communicate with him. Tom Marshall who refused the Republican nomination for congress- man at large in Pennsylvania last fall says he has yet to see the first sign of harmony in the ranks of the party in that state. The heat of the last few days has been almost intolerable but it is what the agriculturists need. It allows the saving of excellent hay ripen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT NOTES. THURSDAY. - COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Tea thousand dollars in frontier bonds of 81UU0 each issued under the act of August 5. 1870 were purchas ed Tuesday by order of the iioara 01 Education for permanent investment for account of the school fund. They were purchased at 1.22 and interest. Other purchases to the amount of 1000000 will be made Bonds were presented for registry by Hon. M. Kennon Mayor of Columbus Tex. to the amount of 825000 half fif- teen years bonds and half twenty-five years bonds bearing 8 per cent in- terest and issued for the purpose of providing watpr works for the city of Columbus. Mayor Kennon represents that rains have been rather partial and that crops consequently have suffered in many sections of Colorado county. The bonds mentioned are of the de- nominations of $50 $100 and $500. It. T. Long collector of Erath " county.and F. A. Fenner collector of Victoria county settled their ac- counts with the comptroller...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 August 1883

i i f t 4 ( 1 I 1 r The statesman. AUdTIX TEXAS. DEPARTMENT NOTES. WEDNESDAY. In the case of Sam Wright tried and convicted of aggravated assault in the district court of Gonzales coun- ty July term and sentenced to a line of $500 and twelve months imprison- ment in the county jail tiov. Ire- land remits the unexpired term of the Imprisonment because ask el for by the county ollicials and a la .;e num- ber of the citizens of the co.i ity and because he has a large an;! helpless family and from a statement of Mr. Poata the sentanco appeared to be severe and the line is a heavy one. THE TOYAII FORAY. Official information from the recent cowboys foray into Toyah was re- ceived Wednesday at the adjutant general's ollice as follows: llKAIXiUARTKHS COMI'A.W "A." ) KKONTIKK BATAI.IO.N Ysleta July 21 in:). ) Gen. W. II. Kinp; Commanding Frontier Batal- ion. Austin Texas: Dear Sir On receiving telegram from Private .1. .1. Deaver who was -"' iefy by Corpond Cantly in charge of the squad at T...

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