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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 December 1883

LAREDO. lleeoial to The Statesman.! Lampo, Dec. 18. Mayor Quiataua, of New Laredo, who was accused of coniilict In the Mexican National robbery, resinned hi ofllee last Saturday in favor of Alderman Itenita Garcia and skipped for Texas. Orders were received from this district jiid;:t at Monterey to arrest Pablo Quint-ana and the others. This afternoon :it 6 o'clock. a ijuliitana was crossing back to Mexico some distance up the nvur, iic wiis arresieu uy aim is now in tuiH'uy iwjf ui u; jMHiriu mexu-au cavalry corpr. TYLEK. IBprclal to the Statesman. J iiLin, ie.-:. is. itie sii rune court re Ytrsed and reman le 1 : Young et al vs. (iray Mi, rrom Husk; Williams vs. Mudirett, from Bockwall; Keal ct al vs. Steel, from Tarrant Amnnad: ( hamb.rs vs. Brown, from Johnson Morton vs. Cantorell, from Dallas; Outre et a vs. Bayers, from Hill: Texas A Mississippi Z-ierraiiroiKl vs. Koli;trds et al, from hiiimi ane et al vs Lanudoii heirs, from Navarro, iichearings refused : Cotliron vs. Mannadu...

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. — 20 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS Fence cutting has lin county. un in Col- Texas is credited with one thous and divorce decrees in the last six months. A large number o Northern cap italists are looking: after investments in Mississippi. Gen. Roseckans is the greatest doctor in the Ilouse. He prescrir b a dose for reform at everything. 'Tenntson wrote his poem on John Brown before tne queen saw in him the elements of a pour of the realm. The McK-nney Enquirer thinks the slave suit was begun as a help to the bloody starters u the coming; federal contest. ' 1 1J - T ii ere seems to be no doubt Win tensinith, the newly elected door keeper of the Democratic IIou t . was an earnest supp ter of Ochiltret He got bis reward. Tiie Chinese army oiurJU to re cruited in California. Dennis Jear nty and his sst hive be- wanting to engage in a war wlta Chi.icse for lo the.- v year.-. There are y:t Lving four Mier prisoners, O la ido C. Phelps and San? -uel Lions, of B a'.oria connty, and O. II. P. Garn...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN". TEXAS. CUEKO. iS," ciul to the Statesman. Cueko. Dec. 12. The jury rendered a verditt of net guilty in liill Thorn p son's case, lie was ably defended hy the two Senator?, Kleberg and Crain. Fence-cutters cut four mile.3 of W. II. Crain's pasture in Karnes county. State troops are in pursuit of the marauders. UROESBECK. Special to TheStatesman.l Gkoesbeck, Dec. 12. A. Evans, who sold two bales of cotton to dif ferent merchants and fled, was cap tured ia Van Zandt county and jailed here. Tom (Irommer, who killed Driver, son of Xoel A. Alford, yesterday and his accomplice, Fred Carter, were rap tured inMarlinthis morning and jailed here this evening. Alford's hist words were that they attempted to rob him. Frank Steel, who shot himself last . week, died this morning. GALVESTOS. Galveson. Dec. 13. During the past ten days rapid progress has been made in the construction of the new base ball park on Tiemont street, near the beach. The enclosure will be 650 by 375...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 December 1883

1 V:;' J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. HUTTO. Special U the Statesman. I Jl.rrro.Tr.x.. I.'c. ll.-Mr. I. W. UifK.i and Miss L. B. T:iylor were murrle.l in place to itay by Kev. ;' T. I.ylf. GROESBECK. fStuvhil to The Statesmau.l i:o..iM!ieCK. Ike 1.1. A libfl suit for .1 .... i,wm Mmi tn tliis ciiurt liy S ll.imn.,. ..... - jirnli:ill and wife, for statiiiK tliat Mrs. Mite ISr liitiiill had elop.d Willi it ma" lx-low tills i:uru. r.EUTKAM. 1 Sjcclat to The Statesman. llKiiritAM, ! M.-M'swr. Iwis, Tlmiii: & Sou liuvc imnrhased tlie Imusn and lot ai .... l- ..fi-v irnotW unit irnMierii's of M W. A. Jilmio;i. o fonrerly cngapcd in I the l ercliaiitiW'bu-i at tills plat". Mi A. W. tint! rd. llii; aKfiit ;f the Anst f- orl!iveTii rsilircinil. at tins plaee, . HDimcU KISI l-l.'K,illI'iJ ,,,.;.. ..i,.l, i .... k. Ii.u.1 Imiiilin: aim McllHHlist cliureli ar:; now m-ailii;: coiiil.l' tioii. ... . A Masonic; lii'l is now b'lliji liulltinc '"ii'l'v bad .'i-ii'lid rains for tlie past week V...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 December 1883

UTY SOU k..n. nnrlll'HI. 1116 t ! SliMUS ail' I .Er.t - ...! tii.n funiisli ii'ioiitM .. i,.,riii.-. in the m-r-inration and liliiod which causwhiim!liiitiiii;li!ilrh.'s.bliickliwl and iniuor skin M; ; me, especially of -i-fants- to rleaiine, vliir-ii ami lieautuv tin- 'uu. remove tan, frecklx, sunburn. nnl oilv t alter: to keep the hamta soft, whir.- and free fi m rbaisnd roughiM), prevent ronia.'iom skin and sealo diseases, and to provide .:n exquisite kin b'autiller and toii-t. Iiatli and nursery anatlve redolent with delieious f!wer oilnr-i and Outinira he din;; balsams, u-e the Cutiriir.-i Hoap. Indorsed bv iihvsleian.satid eheiiiists aa absolutelv mire and liljjtily medicinal. Salt s 1SK1-2, libo.ooo cakes. THE HERITAGE Or WGB, Misery, shame ami atrony often hfiiiioatli'd r,s sole legacy to eliildrei'1 bv parents, is ii-;-lecteri Serohila. To el'-aune the blooJ of ibis hereditary poison, and lints remove the most prolillc cause of human Milferina. to e.-:ir tin; bkin of disllp...

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. — 20 December 1883

6 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. 1 ! Dallas is to have a pork packery. Begin the new year by renewing your subscription to The States man. The number of government pen sioners is 17,961 larger than it was thi3 time last year. The farmers' congress meets at Nashville on the Wednesday after the third Monday in October, 1881. The Galveston News, by a process of reasoning, sustains the governor's proposition to cut down taxation for general revenue purposes. A counterfeit of the standard silver dollar has appeared. It is good imitation, but the letters and flsrures i.re darker than those of the genuine coin. Senator Edmunds' new civil rights bill, it is suggested, ought to be enti tled "a bill to enable all colored per sons to transfer to the federal courts any and all cases in which they a i:l:csted." 1 1 will be a great gain to the just u I ministration of the la vs and a sav i:ir in the expense to carry out the lr;uitl Tit's n-rwiiirieiidation that Uni t .-' S'.aUv di.-.trict attorney...

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. — 20 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN'. TEXAS. Church Sotlcet. . The First Presbyterian church, of which Kov. E. li. Wright ba3 ha! charge for the last twelve years, is noticeable for it3 unfinished state, only the first story having been com pleted, giving it the appearance of having been cut square across parallel with the basement. It is indeed a strange p'cture,asin massive outlines of massive stonework it seems to stare in stoic indifference at the b' -holder who may chance to rellect on its con templated grandeur and wonder at its weird incompleteness as a temple of worship. Already it has cost about $15,000, and about as much more would be required to carry out the original intention. The ground plan, whether so intended or not, is that of a cross, and the assembly room, which is perhaps the largest auditor' um in the city, will accommodate an au dience of about 000 persons. When the building is finished the basement will be used mainly for a Sunday school, for which it is more especially de...

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. — 20 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. DEPARTMENT KOTES. MONDAY. EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT. Gov. Ireland yesterday l83U3d the following: proclamation: To all whom it may concern: "Whereas it has como to my knowl edge that recently the material for building f encp, consisting of posts and wire, belonging to L. 1$. Harris, of Tom Green county, and tho fencing material of other persons have been burned by evil disposed persons; and whero.m under the lawsof this state such otlences are felonies ana subject theoffender3 to punishment by con liniment in tho pfnitentiary. Now, therefore, I, Jonn Ireland, gov ernor of Texas, do by virtue of the authority vestni in me by the consti tutions and laws offer a reward of ?55O0 lor tne arrest and conviction of wny party for tho above named offen ces or th burning of any fence or lumber. In testimony whereof I have here to lsgnea i;t y n.lmo and have caused the seal or. state to be hereon impress- "ed at Austin, Texas, this the 17th d.iy or DectmUr, A. D. ibsj. ...

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. — 27 December 1883

..iff j r ) - TUE FORTY-EIGHTH COJGKESS. KENATK .. - rMb.n ffAnOTO(, flee. 24. cnw-i V,. "" " nnjn, ;,..,.,r.hnt.liiali- profiiui an em. .. f ht. UaU-, t.p- posoix ,i., to produce low wines ' without i be nav mot. I ( V ' ed I..' me, nich tK nau adjo' rued until Jan- Alter lll Senate confirmed Royal M. Johnson iu "f ib. ol sTale n pp- relating to the r, r .H.Uiou and ciecution of the lute K"' "oV)JoueiU Lal.1 on the table lor lu- ' TI ,f il'.e"'ker announced the .landing and select committees. .,,.. , -Hous- alj'wrned till January 7. COMXITTBB OS FXItCTIOMS. Turner (Ua), Chairman. iK-Vuum lluwa). Hart. COMMITTER OSC WAVS ANU Morrlsou, Chairman. ,. Mount, ,r,r,,lcK--K VST ) Kelly! HuCoclKN. V! Kussell. COM il ITI ICR OH APPUOrlUATlONS. Kamlall. Clairm u. Forney, iloliuan, Towniiid, Folleit, Keller. Kyan, ll.prr. Jinley, Hammond, ..OUItoll, lor-.helimT, Seiiey. E is. Taylor (.). Brown (led.). KIllB. Hancock, ulchins, - Huron, Camion, CalKiti. ttashhiirne, 1 ucker, Culberson (Tex.). Br...

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. — 27 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The House of Representatives at Washington is now supplied with members' deiks. The Pope wants clergymen edu cated more carefully. It will fill the churches better. Tom Ociiiltkee denies that ho was called "The Crown Prince of Texas " when he was in Europe. Mo be labor strikes have occurred under the present protective tariff system than ever before in the history of the country. A misprint misrcpreients the num ber of couaties in the state. There are, of organize 1 counties, 171; of un organized, lii'ty-four. Some of the politicians, evidently, rt-s-ud'ihe fence-cutting element and those friendly to it as a balance be- twuii political powers. Mu Caulislk wilt aauounco his committees t-. morrow, and those who get lelt may llood their disappoint ment in Christmas egg-nog. Hlaine is catching it. Harper's Weekly which has supported him, now excoriates him because of his reveiiui- distribution proposition. The Htiiunieao is made, since O'Dauucll was iiu:i, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 December 1883

DEPARTME5T NOTES. EXECUTIVE PEPAETMEST. Gov Ireland has gone to his old home in Seguine. It Is expected he will also visit Saa Antonio. comptrolleb's department. The comptroller is solicited to pur chase additional county oonas or ueu and Houston counties for the school fund, but has not yet conciurfeu to do so. The comptroller has notified the countv authorities to enu mm re- ceipta for moneys paid by the state collectors lor scnooi ceruucHu-, m- stead of raitina- for the certificates, when taken up, to be sent, as hereto fore, for vouchers, witn me receipts in hand he can make the transfers here from the available school fund to the credit of the eeneral revenue, which will prevent the depletion of the gen eral fund as there is a considerable amount in cash on hand to the credit of the available school fund. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. The clerks in this department have oreDared for the attorney-generals report a general summary of criminal matters tor the year enumg ..Novem be...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 December 1883

"V Y ! ' 5r V, AUTYSQAP TO keep the pores open, tlia oil elands and tube active, and thus furnish au outlet lor impurities In tlie perspiratiou and blxd Men causes humiliating blotches, blackheads fid minor skin blemishes, especially of ln litnts; to cleanse, whiten and beautify the skin, 1 emove tan, freckles, sunburn, and oilv matter; to keen the hands soft, white and free from haps and roughness, prevent cmitawlous skin and scalp diseases, and to provide an exquisite skin b'autilier and toilet, bath and nursery ..i..i....r rltl, lj,liff,im flfiu-er odors yd Cutlcura healing oaisams.use iin-tuucura Incorsmi ov nnysieuuis ei eueiuii. ..A'lely pure and highly medicinal, bales T-2, 1,000,000 cakes. THE HERITAGE OF WOE. Mlurv. shame and aeonv often beoueathed as a sole legacy to children bv parents. Is neg lected Scrofula. To cleanse the blood of this hereditary poison, and thus remove i..a most prolific cause of hiuns'i suffering, to clear the skill of disllgurint' Humors, itching to...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 December 1883

r. 1 7 in j- TIIE STATES5IAT AUSTIN. TEXAS. Lubuotk rorter. A very quiet but interesting social ertnt in this city Thursday was the marriage of Hon. Frank li. Lubbock, formerly frovernor and now state trwir surer ofsjTexas, to Mrs. t. E. l'orter, one of the most accomplished and in teresting ladies of Austin. The nup tials were consummated at 1J.& a.n,', Kev. Dr. Smoot omciating. at the Pres byterian church, in tho presence of it few invited friends. Those who were not present c;in readily imagine, how gallantly their distinguished friefcook charge of his newly gained prizes something certainly dearer to him than all other earthly treasures, and how the fair bride as proudly trusted her future to his sacred keep ing. Well may she confide in so noble a treasurer. That their hearts may long beat in love's unison is the Bincere wish of The Statesman. After the ceremony Gov. Lubbock and Mrs. Lubbock left on the train for a brief bridal trip to San Antonia. Before leaving, however, h...

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. — 27 December 1883

4 if f ". P THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. It seems as though a bankrupt law will to raeaal by Congress. The Hoar bill looks towards such provisons v m are inost needed. ' v." In t.mk iwih of Oyt.ifnjssiiiaii D. C, 7 Hask ill, '"' Kaunas, the Republicans rjaaw orif nf (heir ault-Mt nud most ag- r .1 i . . i The statement coiacs from Waco, th.it all the rruployes, from eilitor-in-thii-f to devil. In th3 Examiner office, will uo retired Jarmcryl. VSXA. Tiiv Lt;ubi:eac btate centnd com ' nuttee of Arkansas has formally ex- coiamuni':..td S. V". i ors-y, and de-ciar-. liihi no l'-actr a citizen of that . sl at". il tjio:.-s wholy and solely to ne'-Nati'-jrial" liepubliean party with all lu iv.pit'l Hinilicance. A iter th: tic:; (.-'.'M'Kiitiioii of ience-cutting I'iiii-, would bo curious. Up to iatc it would coatain 9099 sola , n:' tho ciuestion. all Infalible- . . , 1 . 1 IVa.q T.- i 1 1 ,-. 1 1-.-, n Mirrtrpsted (19.9'JO I)laa.u. and the oa selected w ill most pro'jably 1ail to meet th...

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. — 27 December 1883

A ( ) THE STATESM AN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DR. A. WALT HER, leei. Diseases of Women and Children a specialty. Ofllce over SamosU's dnig store, dec9 ' AUSTIN', TEXAS. BAILKOAll TIUK TAJBLF. H, A T. C. Kollroad. Arrrlvesat. 7 a. m " 8:10 p. m. Departs at 7 :35 a. m. " e :00 p. m. I. O. X. Kallroad. " DEPABTUBKS. For the south : 12-50 a. m, " " 4.00 p. ml For the north 11 :15 a, m, " " 4:10 p. ni. Anstln and Korthwestern, Leaves Austin. 8:00 a. m. arrives at Burnet.. Leaves Huruet. .. ... arrives at Austin.. . .12:30 m, . 2-oo p. m. . bf-u p. m Stalin Clone. For Doth north & south. 10:40 a. m., 30 a. m E TOO have a stock of hol'day poods, TUe most elegant Hue of Hrtislic Christ- mas cards ever brniii'ht to this cltv. irenis of lirt every one. Also a splendid assortment of the II nest albums, oil paintings, cbroinus, allo types, picture frames, lcket books, purses, pocket albums, memoranda and diaries. Kv- erytning we nave is ot tne latest and richest pattern, and we projtose to sell as l...

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. — 27 December 1883

J-THE 8 i V STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. D ursard Percy Gaines. The riiinains of this noble youjjf man, whio were brought, here tor burial irom lUckt-ttstown, Mew Jer sey, where he died on the morninK of th 17t.ii in it., were laid away yebter- Uy la t he cemetery in this city with arpropriute ceremonies, bespeaking not ouy the universal love lvit 'or the (lf":"!if-ed, but the general syuipa thy.wbtoS ail desireil to express for the Viii rabie parent and lond brother no have been so sadly be reaved bv this sudden and unexpect ed dispensation in God' providence, Lt is seldom th f so sad an even' in . all its circumstances h:i3 sorrowed this community, where anioog eo W4Tiy warm friend3 the deceased had grown up and ripened into manhood only to b cut oil in the very flower of hu .i-M tu;lness at the early age of but twentv-two years. Alas, how Btraiiijt-lv is the cup of earthly joy . t-oinetini!H dashed with sorrow. The remains, which had been taken upon their arrival here Sunday even it...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 January 1884

J 1 i. ' ' I .v - : ' V r ! 4 THE StATESMAK. 4,'ISTm. TEXAS. WASHINGTON. Xew Gathered A-boat the Capital CItT. wtirr.rroX Jan. 8, Tho banking and In. Ihn aetieral question of "ly.'0" , Prevent h contrt4.mculUii:a bank cur iVnrv k brletiv d;ctiie4. Messr rotter. Z S Kr.niuirout. Democratic raomlien , of ci..diy ... tavor i liUt.on, ud a. OatlKlUK . . . " ... tit.-. ! he propUi to li.tro.iuca a ' .ii. t veai m r rent bonds, an providing that ine cir Mr. rwfr i'v"7" . year iclr- i per cent uouu, f-,, .,, iM, Sllh. u a ion issued oo such onAhaXino iet to ui. A bill a.inorlzin the ir National Bank of Fort Worth, fexas, toin crease Its capital stock, to not exceeding ,- The House committee ou 'n "t!: termltied ibat the Chalmers-Mann .teJ ' shall bo considered on prima facie right on M . Ml .1 1. The Uouse committee cm ...,.n.. Hi.u.iiatttt.1 in & ffeO airlculturo this general way inesuu- lectof pU'ro pneumonia in ca-ue. W1QMH1 U lW wmo""".," r--r ai I,.., catto to visit Washington .l"...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 January 1884

f r i Hi: STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Iris Express want feme tutt'rig Uekled Without dslay. J. Tub El Faso Daily Times belongs to the tim thsvt er JIof.ris Raxqkr baa been expelled from the Liverpool cottoa association. Tire Fort Worth Gazette would have fence cutt h huDg certainly liot until dead, ' Dcdedom is trjinjf to push knee breeches. At the same time it should begin to cultivate calves. Qite an excitement has been cit ated in New York at the uaexpected disappearance of the noted, restaura teur, Delmonico. - .A. FjwnsylvanIan having been killed in a mock duel, it is thought ud , visable to make the tootk duel part of the code in Virginia. Til E Brewster investigation may send the oM Cudo, ru.Eei and all, to the rear. Thru a blind selection could not give the country a poorer attorney-general. : The McDonald boom got a set back when the Indiana editors solemnlyj resolved it vvuj unsafe to nominate him. That is what made Henry Wat lerson so desperate. , Pacific railroad stock , h...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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