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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 February 1884

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. Local and Other Matters. "The Statesman" Appreciated. Clarendon Tex. Feb. 1. (Statesman Publishing Company. Austin Tex. Dear Sirs Your favor of the 23d instant at hand. Thanks for the favor. It will be a long while and a very cold day when I order The states man stopped. Yours respectfully James II. Parks. Mr. Lvman Warner who received such a frightful injury Tuesday by a runawav team has beeu taken to the hospital and was yesterday f eel- inar aliirhtlv better. The city physi cian who Is attending him thinks now that it is possible for him to re cover. The fracture of his skull is not so great as was supposed prior to nn extended examination. The outer bone of the forehead just above the eyes is broken considerably and if the bone beneath is not fractured or does not press upon the brain he may be able to pull through. He is not able vet to soeak but is in a state of semi consciousness. There are no further marks upon him that will cause any serious effe...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 February 1884

M CHE STATESMAN. I AUSTIN. TEXAS. Free grass remains enthroned and hla court-attendants are fence-cutters. How many members of the legisla- ture are deriving benefits from free grass? Tnrc legislature is gone but is gone but we cty governmant have our blessed with us always. The llouse seemed to have had but little respect for the Senate and yet the political purposes of the latter were openly subserved by the former. Says 'the" Galveston Print: If the legislature had been as industrous in attending to the matters which called them to Austin as they were in fixing up political slates something might have been accomplished. Legislators seemed to be after dividing all state offices excepting one among themselves. The mutual admiration society shut its doors against Messrs. Swain and Lubbock and Walsh and Templeton. The report that the proprietors of the Houston Post are loosing on their venture nine hundred dollars per month is a matter which concerns them alone. They are able to lo3e...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 February 1884

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. TEMPLE. rHnoclnl to The Statesman.l Temple. Feb. 6. Iiobert Tyler died here this evening of pneumonia His brother J. T. Tyler of George town came up Saturday. COLEMAX. Special to the Statesman.l Coleman. Feb. C County court for criminal business adjourned to day after being in session two days Most of the business before the court was gaming cases. The corner stone for the courthouse is being prepared. The stone will contain the name of the county judge and names of the county commis- ainnprs ami also the names of the contractors. The contractors say that th (niarrv near Santa Anna moun tain twelve miles from here is the finest in the state for building pur- TMlAPfl The weather has changed suddenly with a cold rain. TAYLOR. f Hneclal to The Statesman. I Taylor Feb. 6. The Taylor Hotel railroad telegraph office and interven ing space has presented a war-like ap pearance for the past day or two. it appears that a train-dispatcher a chambermaid two railroad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 February 1884

J 1 - CUE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Fbee grass is triumphant. Gone but not to be forgotten the legislature. When will these three meet again ; Senate House and governor? Cadet Alxandeb colored of Ohio Btauda ninth in his class at West Point. El Maudi lost only three hundred men in annihilating the army of Hicks Pasha. The Hungarian patriot Kossuth is now eightyone years of age and lives quietly in Milan. The most successful men in poli tics as in private life are those who ar free from complications. As pablic servants a majority of the members of the Eighteenth legis lature will not be wanted again. General Gordon has instructions to either treat with or fight El Mahdi. He will have a force of 17000 men. The free grass spirit is still at large in the land: and so lonar as he is at - large fence cutting will le his attend ant. It is explained that President Arthur's late presence at Mr. Blaine's house at a dining was a purely social matter and that it had no political significance. C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 February 1884

V 4 r I iv. r THE " STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. HEPATOZOn Dr.Tobin's CUBES Diseases of the Liver IN ALL ITS Various Forms sugn as DYSPEPSIA HEADACHE HEUKALGIA WATEIt URASII CONSUMTTION OB ANY IBMLARITI OF THE BOWELS. THIS IS A COMBINATION of SSaline and vegetable materials and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic such as Mandrake and Aloes and is far superior in its action as it never debilitates or pro- duces any unpleasant effects. It will remove all diseases incidental to a dis- ordered state of the liver and is there- lore recommended In all Liver Com plaints. It will act thoroughly on the liver in from two to four hours' time aud does not produce nausea or griping painsjn the Ijowels. Dr. Tobin having suffered for years with liver disease and after trying every Known remeay wunout success nas succeetiexi in preparing this remedy and by its use alone restoring his health now offers it to the public for the cure of all liv&r troubles and sells 11 unuer a guarant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 February 1884

8 TIIE STATESMAN. s ' &.USTIN TEXAS. DEPAKTAKVl' SOTES. MATIBUAV Gov. Ireland yesterday appointed i-V.-.- . ul:i': pounds and buildings CpL Darden Jrh'U7' "nflif .nhef th bost the governor could have .v. There was a meeting of the state land board yesterday at which a good urai .i """" i serarate trials so that Leonard miht mtertt to the public was trantasted. be meJ a3 witne89. but Justice von The b ard. however adopted I one im- ll08enb heJd tb tatute und portaut VVl'nL iPu fniL r which the T application was made did surveyors ot the jp. 1W1 ! lands instead not apply to preliminary examinations of closing the registry o Ud. hnaUy . aild Q t th u Th at 4 oc.ock on th. J Jnjhda telore examination lgan at once it is the meeting ot the land board to con- i u t f hSQaping of the cross- sider them shall open he bid next examination that the defense purpose day that is the ninth fray f belore the to tttllWith tw0 theories in defense board meets for competition ds Firaf. it !n nnAnilU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

BBS THE WEEKLY STATESMAN ArSTIV.'TKXAS. TERMS s Ob year ; aaa)ths). I Address. STATESMAN PVB. CO. W. P. GAIN:- " :iuager Austin. Texas. The editor of the Laredo Times is a brother-in-law of Governor Ireland The quinine combination has been broken and the drug: goes down 25 cents per ounce. The Prince of "Wales' son Victor is aid to be a "nice young man." Both f Wales and his son take after their mothers. IF the whisky men are so poor as they would have t'ae ways and means committee believe how can they af ford to pay such large attorney's fees ? The Baltimore Day has changed hands and the morning edition has been abandoned. The Day has been one of our most highly appreciated ex changes. The Central Methodist University of the South Is to be located at Chat tanooga. Eighty thousand dollars will be spent this season in erecting buildings. W. II. Woodward wants to be commissioner to New Orleans. We hive not sized him up politically and therefore cannot venture a guess on his chances. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUsTi: TEXAS. THE CORMORANT AXD THE MCXE. COM- Papers that come to ua from other (states are discus.sinjr communism in Texas and are surprised that the spirit of the commune manifests its- self so soon in a new state. They do not understand the relations m which bring about its existence in the new- est portions of a new state when it is unknown in the older sections ot the same state. There have been two communistic periods in Texas. In early days almost everything in Texas was common. The land ; was held "by the state as a common f(and. and individuals might acquire special rights to portions of these lands by various sorts of public concessions. Land was given by the Mexican gov ernment by the republic and then by the state to actual settlers. Out ot a great fund 1ounties were profuse; ' Texas wanted settlers and land was given liberally to all who would come and engage in building up its strength There are within the limits of the states 170009200 acres of land; a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

3E STATESMAN. austin Texas. ocal and Other Matte s. DEPARTMENT 3S0TES TfEHUAV. v Ireland writes the following on the 1 nmble case: ArsTiN". Feb. 12 18S4. 3. n. Maxev u:nl hi.lmril Coke Senators Texas. u!in 4 ton l. C . itlemcn: lici-nt occurrences on lo Graide have brought into dis- a tae sixth ;iticle of the treaty 4 between the United State and JO. w weeks ajro a train on the tan Central railway in Jlexico fforty miles from the border was od and robbed. Proof appears wery clear that citizens or both gunents were engaged in the a and a few days auo a citizen of ?by the name ot Trimble was ii'd oil the liio Grande charged vhe crime namtd. I was inclined tew him to be surrendered by the eition officers but the matter wought to the attention of the Bery of state at Washington aie. acting under the direction olpresident directed Trimble's re- i"ina the matter involving an in- tuonal question 'iriinhie was ac- curly set at liberty. The atrocity otrobbery brings clearly to light thnpolic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

TTTT? RTATT7QTA"Nr I AUSTIN TEXAS. LOUISVILLE crematory. is GfoiDgr to have a The House ways and means com- i niUtee are now listening in turn to I manufacturers. J General-Grant is at last put Jlown as positively upholding Logan ;i'6r the presidency. It is regarded as extremely improb- able that Governor Murray of Utah will be appointed as h:n own suc- cessor. -Harrison the revivalist has been in the service fourteen years and claims to have made 35000 converts during that time. The people of Tennessee have evi- dently been watching things in Texas; they are praying to be saved from the affliction of a legislature in extra ses- sion. The first steel rirted cannon manu- factured by the United States govern- ment has just been computed at the Washington ravy yard and will be tested soon at Annapolis. : Along the entire Mississippi Val- ley hope and fear are in the ascendant. The loss by the floods on the Ohio is great and human suffering is eliciting the sympathy of the world. '"; Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. LAMPASAS. Special to The Statesman. Lampasas. Feb. 13. The city flee. tion will come off here next April but there is some excitement over it al ready. This has been a freezing1 coM day and coming after a weeks warm ramy weather makes it very severe on stock of all kinds. Sl SABA. ' Special to The Statesman.! San .Saba Feb. 13. The county court after two days' deliberation adopted the plans of Bristol & Clark for a new jail. The DomVmeyer hotel caught fire to-day during the severe cold norther and but for it early discovery by the proprietor would have soon been in ruins. The citizens here are very prompt and eftVctivv. in case of lire. MARSHALL. Special to the Statesman. Marshall Feb. 13. Jimmie Jones and Ed. Lancaster had a falling out yesterday on some trivial matter and a row ensued in which Lancaster was shot through the hand and Jones had hi3 head pummelled. As soon as the weather moderates they will walk up to the mayor's officers and settle i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

- .a-. a .-J V THE STATESMAN. 4.USTIN. TEXAS. " Mrs. JJtmcnELi. may win the Fort Worth postoOice. AVhkjt will this personalism among the newspapers cease? What if Gordon's fate be that v the gallant Tewfeck Bey? of Will the county court not take hold of the free bridge question ? 11 iddleberge r turned civil ser- vice reformer is the latest curiosity. Is it not about time for us to have an extradition treaty with Mexico? It is hard to tell now what it is whether the Post or the Harden- brook. It is suggested that honest horse- bracing matches must be made in heaven. A movement ha3 been inaugurated in Boston to erect a statue of Wendell Phillips in the common. Cholera in Nubia would be far more effective against El Mahdi than tm European army with Turkish bun ners. Evidently the governor wishes this cup might pa38. If is hard to de- cide whom he should reward and worse still go bank upon a promise. One of the strongest points in Bis rmarckian philosophy is truth. Under the guise of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS HEPATOZOHE Dr.Tobin's onn AT CURES Diseases of the Liver IN ALL ITS Various Forms BUCH AS DYSPEPSIA HEADACHE. NEURALGIA WATER BRASH. CONSUMPTION OB ANY IRREGULARITT OF THE BOWELS. THIS IS A COMBINATION of Saline and Vegetable materials and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic such as Mandrake and Aloes and is far superior in its action as it never debilitates or pro duces any unpleasant effects it will remove all diseases incidental to a dis ordered state of the liver and is there- fore recommended in all Liver Com- fuaints. It will act thoroughly on the iver in from two to four hours' time aud does not produce nausea or griping pains in the bowels. Dr. Tobin having suffered for years with liver disease and after trying every known remedy without success has succeeded in preparing this remedy and by its use alone restoring his health now offers it to the public for the cure of all liver troubles and sells it under a guarantee that afte...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 February 1884

mmm 1 8 THE STATESMAN. AUBTIN. TEXAS. Local and Other Matters. HEPAKT&K.Vf J10TES. MONDAV. Tho charter of the Fort Worth Cor- Mcana & Sabine Railway Compny capital 8 100000 wan filed yesterday with the secretary of state. The in- mmnmtnra nrp MftKsrs. lv W. Van Zandt L. I). Bradley W. M. Peck J. F. Crosby G. F. Arnold. F. O. Hyatt It A. Fe'riU James Garrity C. A. Al- Jyn E. J. Stuart and Bryan T. Barry. Also charter of the Torn Green Land and Cattle Company capital 8150000 with office at San Angela or Colorado City. The comptroller states that the drummers are paying the drummers' tax about as usual. The aggregate is sufficient to cover the annual expenses of the office. Mr. llcCombs surveyor of the l'a- cilic railroad reiervation is in the city and was expected to make a report of his survey yesterday to the state land board. The board however did not meet but will probably do so this morning to receive the report if it is ready it will probably indicate wfcat h:is jilradv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 February 1884

Finger In tba Pic. From Uia Bu Ajitoalo JJiJit. Politicians in Texas are In a predic ament: they dont know about the strength of the pesky fence cutters. .Xobodv will be hurt by a new pacK new shuffle a new cut anew deal and fresh hands. At any rate that is the sentiment of farmers and working men and they u-i-an to have a "linger in the pie this time. Blood In the Democratic Moon. From the Limestone New Era. Fort Worth proposes to build a six thousand dollar wigwam to accommo date the state convention at that point. By all means let the conven- tion go to Fort Worth for there is blood in the democratic moon anyhow and it would be appropriate to hold a convention in a wigwam where the fence cutter and the pasture men can give us the genuine war whoop. The Sort of Thing He It. Brenbam Banner. The Georgetown Record thinks the politicians are splendid on dress pa rade when they want an office out when the tables are turned and newspaper man wants an office it is at once discovered that...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 February 1884

it" -f THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AC8TI3 TEXAS. TEBB4: Oa car ; month St. Address. BTATEaMAX PC B. CO. W. P. GAINES Manager Austin. Texas. The expressions of Secretary Teller indicate that Greer county belongs to Texas. The Pecos river region is 6ald to be oieof the finest grazing regions of the globe. nmiso 1883 fourteen and one- quarter inchei of rain fell at Foit iia-cij Tru.ii;n Rnnntv: and that is called the dry region of Texas. This newspaper war about circula- tion minht h affiled in one line of UAluw WW real truth; and then valuable reading miiM mirht nrwpnt attraction to readers. The state's boasted provision f r nommon fhonU ia nothing until it is .t;iuit ia noaicniiM he one of the UVIUKU. AW uuw " " most magniQcentl founties the world has ever known. The latent office at Washington has always been self-sustaining. At this time it has an unexpended balance of 82.500.0CX). Its revenues arise from fees paid by inventors for patents. f'AvmriATES for seats in the .Nine teenth Legisl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 February 1884

THE STATESMAN. ADSXIK TEXAS. LocaFSnd Other Matte s. DEPARTMENT XOTK. WED.EHDAY. PROCLAMATION BV THE GOVEKNOIt OF TEXAS. To all whom these presents may come: AVhereas Lavs were enacted by Kg the special St-fSlon Ol the lfrnrwnui legislature which con - venetl . lanuary . and aoiourned I eb - ruary b A. 1). l4. niukiug It a telony xor any person wunin this slate to cut injure or destroy the fence of ui ku mc me giua uu luuus not his own; or to enter into a con- sniracy to commit ei'her of said of- tenses: Now therefore I John Ireland governor ot me state or Texas by virtue or tne autnonty vested in me by the constitution and laws of this state do hereby offer a reward of 8200 xor tne arre.-t aud conviction of each and every person committiDfr either of said offenses. Said reward to be paid to the person who may ferret out the crime and be the principal instrument in bringing m criminal io justice. Proclamation issued December 2. A. D 1883 pertaining to fence cut- ntr. Is hereby revok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 February 1884

4 TOE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. And it is not done. Stop wasting the school lands. Dexison is going to have a munici- pal election. Political trimming is probably the cause of it. Scab among the sheep Green canity has appeared. of Tom Mexico will add 5 per cent to im port duties on the 15th of May. TnK srovernor is sorely pressed: and that accounts for his indecision. England will meet El Mahdi; but the False Prophet is not an Arabi. Tue 250th anniversary of tlement of Maryland is to brated March 27. the set- be cele- The idea of leasing watered sections of school land at four cents per acre is supremely absurd. Axd now the royal (Jueen of Eng Und has absolutely been denominated the Widow J$rown. Thj: Galveston Print ever spark ling is one of The Statesman most welcome visitors. The Trench pres3 is satisfied Eng land will not be able to protect Egyp against the False Prophet. Valentine Baku; was sent back by El Mahdi it inav be presumed a? a comic valeiiline to England. The negro sep...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 February 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Watered school sections at four cents an acre on lease I Think of it ! The Marchall Republicans have held their co-called convention and joamed delegates to the state conven- fion. Gov. Lowry of Mississippi has vetoed the railroad supervisory bill on account of its unconstitutional jprovialons. "McDonald's visit to AYashington it is said does not strengthen his chances to receive . the Democratic presidential nomination. Gekmany has repeatedly asked that England declare a protectorate over Egypt; but it seems the frowns of .France have a contrary influence upon the government. The people will sec to it that waste of the magnificent educational fund of Texas is stopped. To throw away a possible asiiuuity of 81.200.tO0 is not to b tolerated. A Chicago reporter ha3 been con- verted by Harrison the evangelist. After having successfully tackeled such a thing the young preacher need not fear lightning. Gen. Weaveii the Greenback orator is lecturing on finance ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 February 1884

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN ' ; AtSTIH TEXAS. TCEHSt Oaeyear 9;6BiOBhasl. O ' Address STATESMAN PUB. (.'. Yf. P- GAIJiES Manager. Austin. Teton. J t : DALLAS. I Special to The Statesman. Dallas. Feb. 2i). Jerry Dwyer the leader of the theatre orchestra died a most violent death to-night from deli- rium tremens imagining all sorts of demons were after him alao that men were surrounding him with shot suns. ' Hi escaped from the nwm at onetime ; and took refuge in the basement of the opera house. Just before dying i he sprang out of the bed and ran un- J der the bed to hide from imaginary i pursuers. He was from Minneapolis ; Minnesota where his remaina are to 1 be forwarded. C. F. Doyle plumber and gas-fitter ' was to-day closed by attachment to satisfy a claim of J. F. Doyle of Lit- - tie Hock lor S875.60.' ' E. D. Wilson convicted at the last term of the district court of murder ing' Henry Johnson and given forty -"years in the penitentiary and John Dixon eight years for horse stealing. to...

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