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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 March 1884

y 3 CHE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS Feee bridge is the slogan. Either Morriao -or McDonald. San Saba ought to have a railroad But the bridge. It la the soundest policy. Tbk wouldnt-have-its are number. Let us have the Odd Fello pie by all means. y ' The tide of immigration is again turned bitherward. It seems thatLabatt's lobsters keep very quiet these days. TnEY do say that 'little Jodie" has a political bee in bis bonnet. The Victoria Advocate has cut The Statesman off. Wherefor? The last norther didn't put much vim into its work. Winter has broker up at last. The democrats of New Mexico ar all rejoicing over the downfall pale Luna. Ben Thompson's Lead villa histo was very brief but it was crowded f d of startling incidents. The young democrats of LToastn have organized a club and they jo- pose to go in for "biz". A man may eurse the newspaars as much as he pleases but he dam't run for office afterwards. The democrats of New Mexic are sanguine that the territory will ome in as a stat...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 March 1884

ffi MA frrrV V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAB. -The Statesman well thank you. is doing pretty Booth don't want the commission- ership. Modest Booth. Ben Thompson is dead now. Let him rest. God deals with him. TnE Globe-Democrat is still after Texas and thebtate is thriving. Winter has some lingering propen sities which are most annoying. The wool growers of the west are exercised over the Morrison bill. Gov. Bill Sterrett has no mercy upon the poor persecuted Herald. . Bleeding Kansas is distiessfully asking where "Where is St. John?' A talkino congressman Is an "on convenient" cuss. Galveston knows. St. John thinks Glick has made a fairish eortof a governor for a demo- . crat. . So many men are "going out of politics." It is dreadful to contem plate. Tom Cain holds Bastrop county down. Tom's grown rich and proud of late years. It is time that the people of San Antonio put the city on record as against assassination. And still the recommendation busi ness goes on burdening the mails an...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 March 1884

run statesman. AUSTIN. TEXAS The Three Lessons. There are three lessor" 1 would write 'J hree word as w ; U burning pen In tracings of eternal light I' pon the hearts of men. Have Hope. Though cloud environ now And gladness bides her face in scorn Put thou the shadows from thy brow- No night but bath its morn. Have Faith. Where'er thy bark is drt ven ule cairns aispon me tempest's mirth- Know this God rules the host of heaven The inhabitants of earth. Have Love. Not love alone for one Hut man as man thy brother call And scatter like the circling sun Thy charities on alt Thus grave these lesions on thy soul- Faith Hope and love and thou shalt find Strength wheu life's surges rudest roll . Light when thou else were blind. Schiller. King Fisher. The San Antonio Express stated In substance that Kin; Fisher was a desperate man a terror ia the neigh- borhood in which he resided and if he were regretted at all it would not be by the law-abiding element of the state; that he had a record of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Local and Other Matters. Abstract of Collections. The following are the collections of the third district Texas during the month of February 1884 : SPIRITS ETC. Retail llnuordcali S2K8 34 Wholesale " " 41 87 300 10 CIOAB8 TOBACCO ETC. Cigars 574 42 Cigarettes 1 BO Cluar manufacturers 3 00 Tobacco 7 48 Dealers in mfc'd. tobacco S3 80 680 20 FKKMKNTKD LIQUORS KTC. Beer : 128 3 Hetiil malt liquor dealers 41 6 Wbole-tale " 29 17 Brewerers 25 00 224 76 Total 81.M1 97 Blank figure for applications for special taxes will be received shortly. The new series of special tax stamps are expected dailv. and will be issued first of April for the year commencing May 1. Applications will be acted on alter April 1. - ' 1 The Commissioners. At a special meeting of the commis- sioners' court yesterday it was ordered that the county judge be authorized and requested to have repairs made on county jail heretofore recommended - by committee f physicians. ' Also the county jud...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. usrnt tbxab. BRIEF MENTION. ; Newman & Co.s delivery horse took fright last night and ran away. No serious damage was don. ... t .Justice Tegener tried the Makinsoa case for alleged loss of c.ittle yester dav. Decision was not reached. The travel on the new bridge is con stantly increasing acid the demand for freedom is still heard ia the land. In the preliminary examination of Grossman anas Locke the defendant waived examination and went to jail. A very fine specimen of Silurian fossil is at the sheriffs office taken from the rock blastings of the Brush sewer The Austin gun club bad a p ae- iice shoot yesterday afternoon. It Is not necessary to a id they did good snooting. it. Christopher who was for some time Austin correspondent of the Fort Worth Gazette is now editor of the Henrietta Shield. There was a jury trial in the assault case of M. J. lucheson for bis attack on S. Ewing and he was found guilty and taxed live dollars and costs. The farmers say the late ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TFXAU. Governor Vance Is one too many for the Virginia readjusters. One cash subscriber Is worth all the commendations ever written. Try the recipe. Two conventions and as long and as sharp a campaign as you please is our ticket. "We are obliged to an agent In Bas- trop county for an immense list of new subscribers. San Antonio gained little honor in the manner of the takiDg-off of Ben Thompson. Wv c-jt .1 B "I .. 1 1 .. 1 .1 proud tEat he is a Texan. Let all Texans excel. Marlin is the center of one of the richest couutie3 of the state. It is a progressive place. Tiie Statesman's traveling repre- sentatives are sending in heavy lists of new subscribers. Let us elect congressmen s con gressmen we want no tx-oflicio dele gates to conventions. The Express will conclude after a while that it was " a very bad night's work" for the good name of the lead- ing city of the state. Tue district judges may come to think afterwhile that they too ought to go to national con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

Stands by Logan SporIM l'-ispatrh to th World. v asminoton. .rviarcn zi. uenera Grant wad found this morning In a private rarlorupon the sunny front if tho Arlington noteL lie wassoat- d in nil easy chair near a small table covered with visiting cards. When approru-hed by your correspondent he was -waiting to nave a late oreaKiast served lie talked freely about the political situation. In answer to an inauiry he said: "1 have not taken any active part in nolit.'ri thin winter. I have been shut i in a sick room. I have had to de- V pt-nd largely upon the three newspa- lers I read at Dome ror my iacts. What papers are those?" "Tho Times Tribune and Commer- cial Advertiser. Each one has a dif- f feren'i candidate and by studying I them uii I have arrived at a certain coiK-rtisLon." - "You were interviewed at Portress Monroe?" .. "Not with my knowledge. The editor of a Norfolk paper sent up to me a written request to pay his res pects A3 A VIRGINIAN' He sa;.d he was tho editor of a Nor-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

CUE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. ' The county election in Travis Isn't on yet. The flood scare is still the sensat ion .of the day. The lights o democracy glittered at Waco yesterday. Fence cutters In Medina county are trying to terrorize witnesses. Hex knowing their cause unjust never make a very clean fight for it. The storm fiend not to be partial paid its respects to Ohio the other - day. - Floods and cyclones are running ' riot in the south. Have we a Jonah aboard ? TnK Post says it is most decidedly " not an independent paper. We should say so Indeed. 1 Gen. Geant has a good opinion of . Senator Payne. The senator is doubt- less obliged immensely. TnE Kaufman Star shineth for all that region of country and it emits ' no half blown ray either. Texas is rich and great enough to hold two conventions if two are found to be better than one. TnE Cleburne Chronicle la a darling paper with a level head. It says some good things in good style and very timely. TuE-Dallas republicans are fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. HSTJN - - - TEXAS HEPATOZOtJE Dr.Tobin's CUBES Diseases of the Liver IN ALL ITS Various Forms SUCH AS DYSPEPSIA HEADACHE NEURALGIA WATER BRASH. CONSUMPTION OB AMY IREEGULABITT 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- Elaints. It will act thoroughly on the ver in from two to four hours' time and 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 mat atter ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

I THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEX ap. Baylor's alL appointment just bangs The two-thirds mtn are in the ma- jority. Is there no open O'Dynamite Rossa? grave portal for WnAT a pity it is Payne has a son Oscar. that Senator The foot and mouth disease is ex ercising the western legislatures. Black Jack and the plumed knight It's a combination truly. The Longvlew New Era knocks for an exchange with the Statesman. It shall have it. Let Fitz John Porter be reinstated It will not hurt anybody and will do Mm a deal of good. Let Bismarck and Tom Ochiltree fight it out and be done with the fuss It grows monotonous. Stewart Miller and Lanham de- clare they do not want to go to the national convention. Mark. The editor of the San Saba News has held his place "just one year" and writes a leading article on the subject. The Sharon-lliu business grows in nastiness. It will soon be banished to the rolice Gaztto papers we hope. Politics make strange bedfellows and Blaine and Logan in the same lit tie " tr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. M M IK TEXAS The Gazette is wild on free grass. The new state-house will be a gor geous structure. Tub two-thirds iu'.e has not been abrogated as yet. Should the Sabin rurnor pro7e re liable. Ahl then. Iiie lateness of the spring in iexas 19 almost unexampled. Foob Alfonso is in the toils. lie needs another Prim badly. Democratic papers jibing at Til den are oil the true course. "Will the country never be quit of thU Jeanette nastiness? We can tell more about it after the executive committee meets. The Globe Democrat's love for Texas surpasseth that of woman. If we are to have two conventions why not locate one of 'em at Austin ? The Fort "Worth Gazette doesn't want the life of Ben Thompson writ ten. The News reiterates "The pistol it must co." It is going on with its hellish work. The shamrock will glisten with its glad greeness when Gladstone's death is announced. The Fort Worth Gazette of all the papers in the state ought to fight the two-thirds rule. KnoDE Island ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. AU8TDC. TXXAa. Sax Antonio ow. Is reasonably quiet STo commissioner C brook. yet Poor Har- Iob. Foster Is at W the daisies. laBt safely un- Tjlbx'vs a brass band at Brown- wood aad are happy. ' Tji .land board is not exactly re using on a bed of roses. .' SToM OoniLTKKK is rather parroty $srt djjpiiflod legislator. Of ii ii p. ii ii mm TWAioh is the Post for? Two C&rda or anti two-thirds? f TTiwa Butler breathes but that is ta the sign of life about him. ' Unu two thirds rule has kept many sSort fetlock out of the race. jT all hazzards and at any sacrifice swM cutting must oe discontinued. :'; F" ' ; Jbsmxt Lunsfobd is doing whaling foot work on the San Antonio Light. iXaa Galveston News' Monday edl . iSm& was not either a great or a good iS or tha Improved character of 1W special telegraph service of Tub STATESMAN. ' ' ; v2ffw Orlsahs In danger from the iTsat flood'! Indeed a startling an- -teancement V b3rUBS U getting to be a good deal fcf -curiosity as to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DALLAS. Special Telegram toTl.s Statesman. Dallas March zH. Information hiving been received here from Wash- ington that all the Texas representa- tives in congress were opposed to the pass.itje of the bonded whisky exten- - man Wellborn of this district : "The -commercial interests of this country demand the passage of the bonded whisky extension bill. Conr lering the depressed state of tradd -s failure might precipitate a panic." Sam Klein of the wholesale firm of -i Friebersr. Klein fc Co.. of Dallas and Galveston was the leading spirit in getting up the petition. A call was to-day issued by a l.ire number of republicans for a county convention on April 12th to thoowe delegates to the state convention and to send delegates to the district con vention which is to send delegates to Chicago. There are two wings to the party which is as badly split in the "county as in the city. 1 he chairman of the executive committee of one wing John A. Mann recently ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 March 1884

THE .STATESMAN. H'STlJt TEXAS MouiasoN will do admirably. 1 k only old Ullallen w ere on the stage now. A fresh presidential boom would ake. ' Ik only the Tost would discuss the two-thirds rule a little. The Statesman's special service grows better and better daily. The wit of the Examiner is flashing bright and it is altogether lovely. "Waco hath her water troubles just as Dallas has her wicked whiskey rows. ' The great floods will again.tax the benevolent nerve of the country se- verely. Artiiur i3 the "dudest" president who ever made things pleasant in the . mansion. By the way. what of the Dallas grand jury? Is it still after the gay .gamboliers? ' The grand army made Logan a sen- ator. It will haraly be able to make him president. There is a far-away dreamy look about the Express these davs which is very touching. Coke is very justly very severe upon the federal judges who have figured .Jn Texas at odd times. Good bye to Jack Evans as a politi cal factor. Jack's day has passed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

A NEW ENTERPRISE. Yesterday Mr. James Farwell of Dayton Ohio was in this city for the purpose of looking up a site for a large ' agricultural implement manufactory lie was seen by a Statesman repre-j seatative and an interview had as to his plans and purposes. lie represents Ohio capitalists and their desire is to establish in Texas a large manufactory of different farming im- plements that will supply the trade in Texas and Arkansas. They expect to expend he said about halt a million dollars in the erection of buildings and half as much more in machinery It is their l.urpoee if possible to se- cure a water-power that will run the works and it was for this purpose he come to Austin to examine the Colora- ' il2re ba( not Tet matte a full rV.igation of the matter but if he mJfi secure suitable water power he airtight very likely the comp ny might locate their works near Austin. lie was yery much pleased with Aus tin as a city She was healthy ana pleasantly located and in these re- gar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

V tllE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Communism doesn't pay. No half-way policy for Texa3. The two thirds ride is measurably safe. TnE land board etill lives but it is awfully quiet. Good heavens how the boys were sold out yesterday. Cincinnati is quiet but she is busy rubbing the sore places. August is a warm month for such a convention as we will have this year. The theme great Cincinnati riot is the of themes for all men these days. Poor poor fc'aylor. He's at sea now .and has no federal chart by which to steer'. The crop reports from the immedi ate vicinity grow more and more fa vorable daily. Uncle Dan'l is always right. He's a democrat in whom there is absc lutaly no guile. Sam II and all and old Tig Iron Kejley are off the same piece of democratic " cloth. Thank goodness this is the second of April. It don't take long but it is the very devil wkile it lasts. And really has spring come at last ? lias the "btautiful" departed for this one time? "We do most sincerely hope so. As a pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DALLAS. Special Telepram to The statesman Dallas March President Op- penheimer of this Dallas Merchants Exchange on the solicitation of many businessmen to-day called a general mass-Srig of the citizens at the exchafey fr Monday at 3 p. m. to discuss and take tangible action upon several subjects regarded as of vital importance to the commercial and general welfare of the city. The most prominent topics to engage the attention of the meeting will be to take stops for the construction of aline of railway north w it from here to Grapevine and also from Dal- las noitheast to Greenville via Rock- well. The importance of impressing on the Texas Trunk railway manage- ment the necessity of extend'ng that line from its present terminus at Kemp fifty miles southwest from Dallas on towards Sabine Pass at least as far as the Long Loaf pine region the present season will also be considered. The present waking up to the situation as stated above is caused by the wide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

HE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS The etockmen are in the field. A Cjiicago blaze means blazes. The cattle crive has commenced. The gardens are blooming sweetly. Well two conventions is a good al We are at peace with the Nations c f Brazoria thank God The telegraph page of The States- van is universally admired. The Examiner Is doing the good i y act successfully these days. " What a devil of a snarl the Gazette s getting the Post Into to be sure "Well we rise to repeat the remark that two conventions is pretty good. Here's old Witrtrins turning loose .mother cvcloae at us. Blast old Viggins. Marshall Tkacy thinks Arthur .ue of the best h is ever had. presidents the nation Nat Q. is a good one and one of the best and most forcible writers of para graphs in the state. No the Tost ain't independent. The light breaks reluctantly upon an ago- nized world at last. Ice gorges are occurring in the northern rivers. They come on in Austin about the middle of August. That democratic state executive...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

6 (CONTINUED FItOM 3DPAGE.1 INSIDE TUB JAIL the scenes were spiritless. lhe . troops were lying on their arms tak ing such rest as they could get when not called for special duty. The po lice were worn out "nd were resting in such manner as v .is most comfort- able although they had frequent calls lor special duty. The prisoners were locked in a cell trembling with fear ana not one slept through the night. THE GRAVITY OF THE SITUATION has impressed everyone tcwlay. Ev erywhere solemnity prevails. The appalling loss of propertvand 1 rightful destruction of life bring the people to a realization or. the awful calamity. If anything could Intensify honest indignation directed against the first cause of the outbreak the revelations this morning have done . it. There was a notable absence of mere curios ity-seekers Hocking to the scene to- day. The place seemed to be regarded with dread and at noon even when the weather was delightful and pleas ant there was not so much travel on the stre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

illE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Granger Lano la out.of the whirl now. Lot him alone. The Paris Tress isn't just exactly noted for its brilliancy. Arthur will put money into Wash Jones' campaign it is said. The Tost is wrestling with the gov ernment telegraphy problem. .The I'rint warmly ratilies the ap- pointments to the eastern district. Rumor has it that Uncle Wash has declared himself in for "enduring" the war. ' The Examiner just stands to the two-thirds rule like a man and a dem OCTrtt. The proprietor of the Tost will be in a devil of a fix if Wash Jones comes out; Blaine is the man we have to run against next falL There cannot be a a doubt on this head. The theory that John 1'eter is to- tally without political ambition.is fast drifting away to leeward. It will be warm at Houston in more ways than one. when the con vention meets there in August. Iv the pope has any more mitres to bestow on Texas he might ahle one at Kill Sterrett and see how it works. Wash Jones will try it ano...

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