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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

WESTERN TBXA8. mown oountt, THE FRUITFUL FIELD FOR CAPITAL ASD THE ' laMI UttASTS HOME. A Historic Sketch and Review. crlptlve HealthTulneaa of Climate ITniall- 1ns; Wtera Perpetoal Paaturage -LsLxnrlaat Vegetation Petro lean Well. Itinera! Wealth and SedlelnaJ Waters-Excellent Ed neatlsnal Advantages and Church Privileges -- Substantial Wealth and laereastns Commercial In taraata Horal and Intellectual Tsue af BocIetT--Brownwood the County Ssat and Other Important Towns. COMPILED AND WRITTEN BY WM. E FBNKLIN, SKETCH AND DESCRfl'- iivu uisiuniAM OF TEXAS TOWNS &SIV COUNTIES I Copyrighted 1883. Brown county is geographically situated in the central portion of the state, lying- between 31 deg. 20 tain, and 82 deg. north latitude, and derives ita name from the famous Capt. Henry Brown, of Austin, a noted hero of the Mexican war. The county was organized about 1859, by J. Douglas Brown, of Austin, and William "Willis and brothers of Liampasas. Has an area of 761,400 acres and a popu...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The Luther monument at F.ialeben .was unveiled Sunday, the 11th in stant. Herds or buffalo nave been seen recently on Soring creek, in Tom Green county. Representative iliiler is for John Hancock for speaker first, and then for Carlisle. A men coal deposit has been dis covered in the famous bat guano cave in Uvalde county. Tfie Northern Pacific syndicate has secured more than tire required amount of stock to ratify the new loan. Surely the best policy in the statement of this fence cutting busi ness is to make all persons confine their own live stock to their own lands. The heirs of one William Rutledge have brought suit lor 220 acres of land now in the heart of the city of Fort Worth, and said to be worth up ward of one million dollars. Col. Ed. Cunningham's new mill in Fort Bend county has already cost $145,000, and is not yet completed. He is turning out refined sugar as good as the best made in Louisiana. The barbed wire manufacturers have resolved ...

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. — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPART A KMT AO'IES. FRIDAY. STATE DEPARTMENT. ' Governor Ireland had not returned from hia trip to Seguin, up to the closing hour of his ollice yesterday, The charter of the Sulphur Springs co-operative association of the Gran gers or Patrons of Husbandry, as they call themselves, was filed yesterday witn tne secretary 01 state. Also charter of the Santana Live Stock and Land company of Coleman county: capital stock. 8200.000. Messrs. Geo. W. Mahoney, John T. Hardie, Win. T. Ilardie. J. B. Aretho and Chapman Brasford ate named incor porators. The Messrs. naraie are members of the well known cotton factorage and commission house ot John T. Ilardie & Co., of New Or leans. comptroller's department. The books of this department show the following summary of property and values thereof as shown by as sessment rolls for the year 1883: Clowes ol property ass'd. No. Values. Land assessed In acres 101,085,974 821),U54,03 Iowa lots Railroads ass'd In miles 6....

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Boss rule will not do In the South. The Democrats have gained 8000 in Maryland. In Omaha the Democrats have made gains. Virginia is redeemed; and the fig ures are glorious.' n I Talmage compares the ballot box to the ark of the covenant. The Democratic majority in Mis sissippi, In 1882. was 17,107. Trading New York Democrats are a good set to follow in making a presidential nomination. Tiie Democratic majority last year in New Jersey was 3.073. This year it is 5,499, a gain of over 2,396. Connecticut Democrats avoid the tariff issue; or rather they are for pro tection, and they have been left. Gen. Sheridan did not like to leave Chicago, probably because it was nearer Texas than Washington. Ben Butler refuses to be inter viewed. He ought to be ashamed of his defeat with Tewksbury at his back. Will the friends of Uncle Sammy Tilden tell where he has been during " the heated days of the New York can vass? The vote last year in Maryland was 80,725 Democrat...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

6 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPAUTMEYi' NOTES. FRIDAY. STATE DEPARTMENT. An amendment to the charter of the Noble Mining company, making: a change in the directors, was tiled yesterday with the secretary of state. Also charter of the Jumbo Cattle company, of Colorado City, capital stock $300,000. Also charter of Decatur Live Stock and Land company, of Decatur, filed by CoL J. W. Booth, one of the incor porators. The capital stock of the company is fixed at 850,000. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. The comptroller is considering the question of increasing the assessment of lands in unorganized counties owned by non-residents, from 50 to vo cents per acre; out ine question will not be Dressed till another yeai , as the parties have already paid their taxes under tne oia assessment. The comDtroller. acting for the board of education, has up to date pur chased and contracted tor about one million of dollars in county bonds, all for account of permanent investment of the school fund. The bo...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. New York Democracy. Bah! Will the office-seekers continue to push the claims of the "old ticket?" Ben Butler declares himself In the gubernatorial race for 1884. Gains everywhere except in Mr. Tildcn's state. There all has been lost "Will the Democracy of the United States stand dictation of New York Democracy ? The Fort Worth Gazette says statesman is but half a man has no enemy." "A who Gen. Toombs has become a member of the church, having yielded to the wishes of Ms dead wife. New York voters were disgusted with the struggle between New York Democratic leaders for influence. Tiie money used in repairing the White House since Grant was inaugu rated president would twice rebuld the presidential mansion. Representative Throckmorton is for John Hancock for speaker, lie thinks it necessary to elect some strong revenue reformer. Gilmore Price, a grandson of Gov. Gilmore, of Virginia, wa3 amongst the killed by the accident on the Sunset train near Luling. T...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Press Telegrams. Zora Barns' Murderer. IjINCOLX, ills. Nov. 10. J ho pre liminary examination 01 umn a Carpenter for the murder of Zora Burns was concluded this, moraine. Immediately upon the closing of the prosecution. Carpenter wad released to secure bonds for appearance, when a crowd followed him home, but without disturbance. The justice, be fore whom Carpenter had a nearing, summed up the case by stating that, while the prosecution had shown the probable cause, the evidence had not been such as would warrant him In denying the accused an opportunity to rive bail to the prisoner. Bail was placed at 810,000 for his appearance at to next term of court, and the sure ties offered were approved by the court. The father of the murdered girl cre ated a sensation by making hostile demonstrations against the accused, but was restrained by ponce. The Danrille Troubles. Dantille, Va., Nov. 10. A large meeting of citizens was held in this cut uxia morning, m wm...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AU8TIN, TEXAS. DEPARTKENT JfOTES. WEDNESDAY. Gov. Ireland, since his return from JSeguin, haa taken occasion to send iiov. Medara of Coabuila a One lot of carp as a present. This is another evidence of good feeling between their excellencies following the late visit of our governor to Coahuila. May their relations continue to le thus marked by the interchange of kindly civilities, and, la the circling rebound, may tha social glass between them always vass with the touch of friendship. Querida Coahuila 1 Que rida Texas ! Viva Ireland I Viva Medara STATE DEPARTMENT, The charter of theJCapitaV.City Club was nieu yesieruay. incorporators; J. W. Drtskill, W. IS. Urush, L. E. lid wards. Gardner lluggles. George E, Pendexter, Fred Carttron, 11. II. Urumley. John ii. Armstrong. Joe II, Stewart and S. K. Walker. The ob jects of the club are literary and so- tuai. comptroller's department, Comptroller Swain and wife have gone on a brief visit to their old home in tjlarksville. ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 November 1883

t i - , Tiie government 8' ir plus for 1183 is put down at 8120,000,90"- It is said the frirja Js of Mr. S. S, Cox are in deep earnest about his elec tion as speaker. Within the last eighty year3 Con gress has spent more than 100,000,000 on the city of Y ashington. Gov. Proctor Knott, of Kea- tucky, says emphatically that he will not remit fines imposed upon con victed gamblers. The nimble Chinese are finding their way into this country just as the frolicsome boys find their way under Cole's circus tents. Aoain the Russian .Nihilists are proving active. One woman hs s been executed at Warsaw, and another took her own life to avoid such a fate. The Boston Post makes the predic tion that neither Hendricks nor Mc Donald will go on the Democratic presidential ticket unless one or the other can command the united vote of Indiana in the convention. The live stock men's convention at Chicago adopted a resolution calling for rigid inspection of all stock and meats shipped to foreign countri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 November 1883

T1IE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Mu. Carlisle grows more confi Go to the meeting: to-night, and put in your voice for good government. The Frio county fence-cutters have about exhausted the material upon which they work. "When the devil was sick he yearn ed to be a monk, and Butler, chasten ed by defeat, develops a character marked by deep piety. His Thanks-' giving proclamation is the most devo tional state paper of recent date. He shows a beautiful familiarity with the I scriptures and divine song, and his ex. hortations to the people of Massachu setts are edifying in the extreme. It evidently does Butler good to be beaten. Such a layiBg aside of the crown for the cowl has not been since the abdication of Charles the Fifth. The document of the contrite gentle- j wise the people will make it an issue, OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Spcial Corresponce to tne Statesman. "Washington, Nov. 15. Mr. "Wy maA of the treasury department, in his report, just completed, says expen ditures of the govern...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 November 1883

3 THE STATESMAN. 4.USTIX. TEXAS. The "old ticket," unlike the Old Guard, surrenders, but it never dies. President Artiiuk will attempt to force his nomination by the Repub lican convention. Db. Tanner's sister lately starved to death, in Canada. Bay, now, there la nothing In blood. Prof. Greener, a colored lawyer of fame, insists that ahone's defeat has taught the negro political inde pendence. The Methodist conference held in McKinney represents about 120,000 members. Col. R. D. Allison is announced as a candidate for the legislature trom Collin county. It Is said fence cutters in Frio coun ty have organized, and that they have no fears of the rangers catching them. Under Democratic rule North Car olina has increased her annual ex penditures for public schools from $18,000 to $500,000. . George A. Davis, who has been in charge of the advertising department of the Appletons, has been arrested for embezzling a large sum of money of his employers. Senator Cameron thinks Mahone may yet...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 November 1883

V 1 Y THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT KOTES. IXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Got. Ireland has pardoned a young: German girl named Lena Gayhart, or Gay hard, about eighteen years' of age, who was sentenced for two years in the penitentiary at the November term of the Galveston criminal court, for thelt of some money and goods, all' valued at about 820, from a negro woman. The pardon is asked because ef the youtn or the onender; pecause of her ignorance 01 me ingiisn lan guage; because she was defended by an Rttoraev who was voung and inex perienced in criminal trials, and failed to get all the evidence in her behalf; because all the jury (foreman excepted) asked ior me paraoa on th dav the verdict wa3 rendered some of them having grave doubts of tho justice of the verdict under the circumstances of the rapid and insuf ficient manacr in which the trial was conducted, and having learned facts not produced on the trial; because the petition for pardon is signed by the district attorney, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AU8TIN. TEXAS. South Carolina will put an im migration agentinEnelanil. It is said Mahone did likewise telegraphed for federal troops. He made his demand directly on the president. subterranean forest has been Recovered beneath Washington city. It is supposed to have been covered with earth thousands of years ago. The people of Mobile propose to erect a monument to the memory of Admiral Semmes, commander of the Confederate war steamer Alabama. The Hillsboro bar moved for the disbarment of Lawyer Crane, who was willing to ruin the fair fame of the Land girls to bolster up the cause of his client, Tom Varnell. It is said that a movement is being started among certain New York Democrats to compel the retirement of Daniel Manning, chairman of the Democratic state committee. The Greenbackers have put their eyes on Ben Butler, and out of pure sympathy for him, it is supposed, are going to make him their presidential candidate. Misery and. helplessness love company. The Lond...

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. — 22 November 1883

4 7 i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Special Telegrams. WASHINGTON. Speeial to The Statesman.! VAsnGTON, D. C, Nov. 16. The arrival here yesterday of J. D. Dorn, of Austia, as a candidate for postmas ter of the house, endangers both his and It. G. Wintersinith's chances of f uccess. The latter, of Tyler, is a for midable candidate for doorkeeper, The Texas delegation, when all an liere, will have a caucus to decide which of the above shall be indorsed, 1 ecause in the division of tho spoils Texas need not expect, for she will liot get, two officers of the house out f th four. There u nothing positive or new re garding the Mercer colony case, ex cept that a decision may be rendered any moment after thi date, Monday leing the day for announcements. Congressman J. IT. Miller, of Gon zales, is here, aDd wants Hancock, of Austin, for speaker: lafter him Cox or Carlisle. HUES HAM. f Special to The State? in. I Brenham, Nov. 16. S. A. Ilack worth, for some time past a valued at tache of the...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THE WEATUEK 1KSTF.KUAY. The following record will show the changfs In the temperature lor yesterday as indicated at Sainoslz's rharmacy, Cougress Aveuue and Feean street: ts.ni 60.00 I 3p m 74.."0 a. m C4.oo 6 p. m "ii.oi 12 in..... tf.soj 9 p. in 07.0 Average temperature yesterday. 07. g, RAIUtOAll TIME TABLE. n.AT.C. BalLroad, Arrrivesat 7:45 a. m. " 6:10 p. m, ' Departs at 7 :Xi a. m. 6:00 p. Dl. I. A tt. IV. KalLroad, rjKPAH.TUR.Ra. For the south I2:fi0 a. m. " 4.00 p. m For the north H:i5 a. m. ' 4:10 p. m Anstln, and Northwestern, . Leaves Austin: :00 a. m. Arrives at Burnet 12:30 in. Leaves Burnet 20 p. m. Arrives at Austin. 6:00 p. ra Halls Clone. For both north & south.l0:40 a. m.. 3:00 DEPARTMENT K0TES. Gov. Ireland was visited yesterday hr Mrs. Hubby, of Houston, to inter cede for the pardon of a party of her name wno was convicted years ago ot murder in killing a man named Gard ner in Milam county. It i3 the same case in which Gov. Ilobe...

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. — 22 November 1883

. ( i 8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEI'ABTMEJIT MOTE!. SATURDAY. Governor Ireland has appointed Cant. McLaurin supervising architect to represent the state in the construe tion of t he Terrell branch lunatic asy lum. Capt. McLaurin will leave for Terrell Monday. comptroller's department. The mayor of Mexia called at the comptroller's department yesterdayfor the purpose of selling to the school fnnii suhkiO Mexia citv bonds. Judge Carroll, of Denton, also called to Bee if he could make similar negotiations for a large amount of Denton county bridge lwnds. The bond3 cannot be suvv.nt.pd in either case, as the board of education have decided that they cannot under the law purchase trity or bridge bonds. The case of ex-Comptroller Brown will le called in the district court Monday. Some attorneys are of the nnlnion that the alleged deficit, for which the ex-comptroller is sued, must have existed in some way before Col. llrown went into otltae. The ap parent uncertainty, as to when and...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 November 1883

1 T Y I - . ' I i, Tiikkis are 101 Ucuiot.T.itic member;; ,of the House. Tiik Forty-eighth Congress will as semble at 12 ui. Momluy, December 3. Senatok Heck rays the election of Randall would destroy the chances of reforming the rovci.ue nygteifj. It is reported that Oicar Wilde is going to run for :t .sr-at in parliament from an Irinh borough. Poor Ireland ! It is said that under Mr. Gould's manipulation the cattle trade is leav ing: St. Louis and going almost whol ly to Chicago. Carlisle's friends are willing to do away with the secret ballot in can- j cus. Will others agree to vote in j open daylight ' I Ex-Vice 1'uesident AVheelek suffers from insomnia. Inhi3 perpet ual dreams he is most probably haun ted by the genius of fraud. To bee Congressman Springer spring into the speaker's chair would be high and lofty tumbling, at which the country would stand aghast. The reaction has set in strongly in Eogland against over-education, and the evils of competitive examinations are forc...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. 8ATUKDAY. EXECCT.VE DEl'AKTHBXT. Gov. Ireland has been furnished liy tie comptroller with a statement of tt e bonds of the several counties pur cl asrd ly order of the board of cdu s tion for account of the permanent Bih-iol fund. It appears that they aMMKitto SSto.'.t'.W.'JJ and cost SW,- 0.1(1, the l retinuiil paid on the m be ll g but 87115, and not fclOO.OU) as slated by i-onio of the p ipers. The purchases in the order made are as follows: cocvi v. f, istrop C':;mi'M!i ' Ian ,uail,iliie A'liiunoii IS1! E;;ill;iml Lamt.ys .-.s Jriiitli A!i.l-rwn y -i)t yiiiormio vi.m liarrisoli r.'ii Vise JUrOlU-.iinli tv.iitli ..." A iitleriii il'4IT.n'.l!l J.ilmsmi Ji -xiir AjiorST. . i'iTffn 01 7.00.1 0() . 0 (X) , i l.ruKi m t IK. ::,.u,n f.o J: fl (0 . -j c Wl .-. no .r..i (i 0 l.ono on . V,r oo . ;:n.(io) 00 I.I O) 10 . t'.V-'DS !S . l.i,.'iO 0: . l."i.OUI l' no .. a;.otio 00 . ji.ini'i on 1-iSalIe f .micron l:iti-ln-U JUrrisnn Anderson Vilsun J li'a-o velil t...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Editor Dana mw says: rascals ought to be turned out.' "The Constant Democratic organization In Austin would be a good thing. At Add-lian college the use of bangs and bustles by female students is forbidden. Billy Maiione could not do it "What will President Arthur do now about a political Moses? Some one ought to be after the mayoralty on a platform of principles by which the city should bo governed. A farmers convention, composed of delegates from all over the United States, meets at Louisville, Decem ber 6. Sam Kandall has not been taken down with a fashionable ailment. Gout has had its day; malaria is now all the go. There is talk of a world's fair be ing held in Florida. The States man has been urging a world's fair far Texas. Florida newspapers have their joke about the swamp lands. One of them says that the lands are to be sold "by the gallon." The Brenham Banner puts the value of property in Texas at 8320, 000,000. Add 8200.000,000, and the figur...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Tiie mayoralty goes a lagging. TnE fence-cutter ia a direct descend ant of his satanic majesty. Raising cotton in South Carolina with Chinese labor is pronounced a iailure. A second great bridge across the Mississippi river, ten miles above the lit. Louis bridge is mentioned. It is to be for the GouM railways. It ia believed now that Justice Cox, of Milam county, was Joe Mulhatton In disguise. If so, Joe hail his till or fun with the military arm of the state. Folly at the citizens meeting re sults in a walk over for Mr. Savior. Had the meeting boon controlled by any sort of discretion, he would have had a good tussle for the mayoralty, We do hope when Mayor Saylor sails in the next time he will pay some attention to The Statesman's de mand for improved streets. The streets of Austin, as they now exist, are a disgrace to the Capital City of Texas. A little sore throat the other night caused Mme. Adelina Patti to fail to meet her engagement at the Academ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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