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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

THE STATESMAN. ' AUSTIN TEXAS. Department Motes Gov. McEnery of Louisiana having refused to grant a requisition of Gov. Ireland the latter yesterday returned the compliment in a an asure by refus ing to honor a request 01 me j-iouis-iana governor receive! by telegram though he would probably have acted differently had a regular requisition teen forwarded. The telegram from Gov. McEnery and Gov. Ireland's re- ply are as follows the names being omittej by request tor tne present BAntouGE La. March 31 81. Govern o Tohn Ireland : Have issued and mailed this day . charced requisition for wan Tuurder or most atrocious char acter done in Ouachita. He is in jail in Texas. Please order local authorities to hold him until requisition arrives. S. D. McEnery Governor. Austin Texas April 1 '84. Governor McEnery : Your telegram about prisoner re ceived. Since your action in Carroll case am not disposed to exercise ex; iraoruinary powers at your request. John Ireland Governor of Texas. In the Carr...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 April 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS All quiet at Cincinnati. The Tost is incorrigible. The present season id fraught with the weal or the woe of Texas. Tilts Gazette's. Monday paper was the best published in the state. The Express is confining itself closely to Houston city matters. These northers are far more per- sistent than the occasion seems to call for. - Virtue is its own reward and that is why 13111 Sterrett is always a happy man. The Gazette feels lonesome eince the Post arin 311 seed for the two-thirds rule. Again the generous patrons of The Statesman are bent on editing the paper. The angry waters seem to have aroused the angry passions of the Cincinnatians. As bright and sparkling as the dew- tipped daisy is what its patrons say of The Statesman. The London Times takes the cor- rect view of the underlying causes of the outbreak at Cincinnati The Fort Worth Democrat bucks at our headline poetry. AVhat will satis- fy the sestbetic cuss anyhow ? As a lie nailer the old News is no ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

Mi m Bros & Anderson Lici Sealers and General Af eats AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and Bold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land and other state Depart ments. Correspondence solicited. OUIt NAVY. The Senate DIkumm the Defenseless Con dltlon of Our Sea Coast. Washington. D. C April 8. The a 3D ate to-day took up the considera- tion of the naval appropriation blli. Manv amendments proposed by the senate committee were agreed to. On reaching the provisions relating to ordinance. Morgan inquired what was belnar done in the way of manu Xacturinar modern guns and spoke at some length of the defenceless condi tion of our sea coast. Bayard said from the appropriation for ordnance contained in the bill one would suppose we were legislat ing for the kinirdom of Lalllput rath er than a great nation like the United States. China h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

2- TMaWamMSJaaO STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXA3. Pinks and panaies. Koastings and riots. Tub picnic season is on. Cyclones and Canimack. IIeliatrope and hellebore. Springing political ambitions. Mabjon Martin makes 'em move. Cammack is the meteor rogue or h dp.cadft. The New Orleans Figaro is a car toonist "from away back." If the sun would only ltarn the trick of shining once more. The CJazfitta has some very sound ideas on the subjeet of prohibition. X goodly crop of political disap pointments have already been planted. . We fear that dear old Item Geordie's half -shell habit has become incorrigi Me. Now what will the News and Post eet at next! "We ask with bated : breath. The papers are pitching into Mari on Martin as thousrh he was really in the race. . Governor Sterrett is pretty se vere on the Heralds young man Doremus. The Daily Clipper is a bad one. It is small but the business it carries is very loud. We will watch the crushingprocess as applied to Marion Martin with m uch interest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The pesky norther. TriE cattle king- ire still king?. TnE bread-winners don't write .books. Tns panhandle is the paradise of the stockmen. mStfT Worth Is both cheeky and The American Journalist is a splendid publication. The self-nominatied patriots have rough seas before them. What a ruction the Herald makes always when it does torn loose. jumps on our poet boys. He can stand as much of it as Joaquin Mil- ler. Logan solus isn't much but Logan as the husband of his wife is some body. Loo an and Blaine are tearing each other s vitals now. Let the good work proceed. - Free bridge and encouragement to manufactories is now the true policy for Austin. Mr. Marion Martin Bubmits to the pumping process with the docil ity of a very lamb in politics. on writing on both sides of the two-thirds rule in one article com mend us to the P.at every time. The San Antoho Times is becom- ing a real live paper. Its editorial page is particularly bright and inter- esting. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

i : -A STRANGE CHAPTEB OF CASUALI- TIES TMAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY. ' From the conductor on the Hous- ini & Texas Central railroad a Statesman representative learns the facts of a very sad accident which occurred as the train which reaches this city at half-past live was pulling nut from the Chappell Hill station The train had stopped its usual time and the conductor gave his usual iiming "all aboard" waited for any others to take the train who desired and signalled the engineer to go ahead. . M-. G. Vf. Shanks was standing on the platform durinir all this time talking with a friend and waited until the i rain had got well under way before he attempted to get aboard. He ran about half the length of the plat- form and went to jump on to it tut male a mistake and jumped be tween the two cars. He was carried Jo the track and the right leg: drawn iroin its joint at the knee ana com pletely severed. The flesh was entire- ly torn from the bone from the hip to the knee and other portions ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN sis! TEXAS. HEPATOZONE r. To bin's GHT1AT CUBES Diseases of the Liver IN ALL ITS Various Forms BUCH AS DYSPErsIA HEADACHE NEURALGIA. WATER liRABH. CONSUMTTIOIS OK ANY mBEGDLABITT OF TEE BOWLS. 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- orde ed state of the liver and is there- fore ;ecommended in all Liver Com- Elai ts. It will act thoroughly on the v( i 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 t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

X IIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. JJarion Martin mixed 'em much. Tub "Waco Examiner condemns the 'Oit. - j Dynamite and devilment! Will it p. ver cease ? j There is surely something wrong with old Ilazen. And still The Statesman meets he requirements of an exacting read ing public. The battle in the Carolinas between the people and the flames Is growing interesting. ' San Antonio is becoming nearly as famous for sensations as Dallas was a few years since. t The Martin interview is traveling. It is astonishing how much racket a little thing makaa sometimes. - It ia municipal and county indebt- elncss from which Texas has to ex nPf-t. her future difficulties in a finan- r cial way.' TnE lar heels are having another hotliineof it just now. Doubtless v:ii VsincB la aorrv. verv sorry that ho U not a South Carolinian as Post would have him. the Storms railroad accidents and steamer disasters seem to move In groups. It will be curious to note the telegraph reports now that these have commenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

I I - at ; thi I ani 1 ' ITIf lLJ dp 7 '55- 'V 1 "X ! V 1: V 1 ' ' 1 THEYTOOKVING! A CRIMHiAL QTJABTETTE BID FOND PAEEWELL TO THEIE BUEJTET JAILOB. A Got. Ireland Visits Huntsville and Pronounces its Iteforni- itory Institute Excellent. Morgan Cam mack is Once MoreCSHe Iron Grip of Justice. And the Juvenile Republicans of Palestine Say tho Old Fogies Must Go! FROM PALESTINE. The Old Fogle ami; Barnacles Mart Go. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Palestine April 7. The republi- can county convention for the selec- tion delegates to the state convention at Fort Worth met in Library hall in this city. The attendance was large and respectable most of the white mejabera of the party being present a taking part in the proceedings Donoghue secretary. Nominations for delegates to the state convention were then called lor and the following gen tlemen were selected : u. M. Dilley John Hand Joseph F. Pells Thomas Hall George W. Uurkett Martin Hiu- zie it. ii. uoya ana iretir .crown The last t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 April 1884

8 i. I i i i ! I UAll.UOAUTIlRTAB K. II. A V. C. HUrad. Arrrivesat. 7:45 p. m. " B:IO p. m. Departs at. 7 :35 a. m. 6.-00 p. m. L. A O. K. Uallrcad. DEI'AKTCBKS. I i.r me south. 12:60 a. m. - 4.00 p. mi K t the north U: a. m. 4:10 p. m. AMtU aid Svrtkweatera leaves Austin saw a. m. Arrtres at Burnet... 120 m. leaves Burnet 2:00 p. m. ArrWis at Austin. p. m. nails Close. I r both north ft south.lO:40 a. m.. 80 i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THCRSSDAT I - April 10 1884 HOUND ABOUT TOWX. No White Elephant Bay the people. fcjeveral new buildings are ia con- templation. Mr. C. A. Anderson is building a very fine residence. The syndicate road is busy hauling . ' stone daily for the capitol. Applea are scarce in this market and retailing prevails; per barrel $7. Why are not some steps taken to fix up the streets is heard on every hand. ' John V. Willson Esq. of this city w.is yebterday licensed to practice be- fore the supreme court. Senator Fowler is in the city for the purpose of defendi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

J MaddoK Bros. & Anderson! lasd Dealsers asd General Agents AUSTIN TEXAS. JJuy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Iought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed investments Made. Prompt attention to all business In uenerul Land and other State Depart menus. v;orresponaenGe solicited. IEPAT0Z0HE Dr.TobirTs CUBES Diseases of the Liver Alt. ITS Various Forms UCH AS DYSPEPSIA HEADACHE. NEURALGIA WATER BRASH. CONSUMPTION OK ANY IRREGULARIS OF THE BOWELS. THIS IS A COMBINATION of baune ana Vegetable materials and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic such as Mandrake and Alois and is far superior in its action as it never debilitates or pro- uuces any unpleasant enects. it will remove all diseases incidental to a elis- or tie ed state of the liver and is there- lore ecom mended In all Liver Com rial ts. It will act thoroughly on the live i in from two to four hours' time aui does not produce nau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. A "LEETLE too much moisture. Tom Ocuiltkee etate agent. 13 a dainty real Tiie echoes from tho coast journals all tell of battle still. Claibokne and Sterrett. agerie has tho floor. The me- The Post modestly presents its claim to "foin writinV They are generally asking for a new deal In the departments. Comftkolleu Swain i3 a very popular and deserving officer. Tue leader writer of the Tost i3 get ing lazy as summer comes on. Outside of 1'ennsylvania the Ran- dall boom is not very specially vocif erous. Jack Evans will hang on until he "catches on to" something which Uncle Sim value?. Fleming favors Sull Ross and Bar ney Gibbs. That would Lea ticket of note sure enough. TnE bric-a-biic statesmanship of ou friend Chenowelh will not stand be fore " Old Dave " on bed of roses. Senatou Fleming is interviewed and he Is opposed to the lease system and in favor of Ross and Gibbs for governor and lieutenant governor. AfiE jjampasas republicans wan Torn Ochiltre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

EXTRADITION. TEXAS AND LOUISIAUA IEELABD TO M'EfEET AND M'ENEEY TO IRELAND. Ireland's Rejoinder Full Cor respondence in the Clarke- Carroll Cases. the Serene From the Severe to and All Ends Well So Far The following is the rather inter- esting correspondence between Gover- nors Ireland and McEnery touching the Clarke and Carroll extradition canes : GOV. IRELAND'S LETTER. Executive Department 1 State of Texas Austin April 1 1884. To his Excellency Hamuel D. McEnery gover nor ol Louisiana uaion uouge l. : Sir On the 7th day of March 1884 I issued requisition directed to your excellency requesting the return of to this state ne being a iugi- tive from justice. On the 30th ultimo the requisition was returned to this office bearing the following remarkable indorsement : Respectf ally declined as the of- fense charged is unknown to the laws of this state and there is no ailidavit accompanying the application that V rtfil.n fa fn. K hid icbumui xuKicivo uiui me purpose oi buusmuiuiu justic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Lent Is nearly over. Snow and curses in Kansas. Sunshine and good humor in Texas. Col. Cammack Is safe at home again. The crop prospects are fine In CoryelL The railroad spirit is again ram- pant In western Texas. Mayor Fulton of Galveston is getting into active business. Tiie Reese Erwin trial is attracting much attention in this city. ad f rta trail vvuiu maw uvn vu uu kiau Ijet all the earth keep quiet before tnem. Teiika Haute is pretty roundly democratic and it Is Iloozicr democ- racy at that. Mr. "Wash Jones doesn't seem to be afraid. He talks out in "meetin'" tArv rlaintxr Garrison no doubt felt very grate ful that he was hung by a quiet and orderly mob; Toe fight between the News and the Post is now a regular Killkenny cat squabble. The White Elephant would receive a coolish reception in Austin were it 1 to travel this way. Trvino to run a western newspaper In an eastern groove is not working out well for Fullitzer. We are delighted that the Bast...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

ft i I THE FIRE FIEND! ITS WITHERING BREATH WREAKS WIDE-SPREAD DESTRUCTION AT HUUTSVILLE. Senator Gibbs Makes His Bow as Candidate For Lieuten- ant Governor. iO - Arrant Lawlessness Sends Two Innocent Men to Their Death ! And a San Antonio Jury Gives a Child-Murderer Life Punishment. FROM DALLAS. A Hand of Thieves The CropsCotton Hwlndlr City Officer Ktc. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Dallas April 9. Detective Jack Duncan and Constable Miller a'wut daylight this morning: discovered what they took to be a number of train robbers live men in all well armed and splendidly mounted near the Texas and Pacific round house in T east Dallas. A break was mane and I two of the men captured. One of v them John Cates had a leg- broken in inree places ma protner wnuani Cates was the other captive. Their three companions escaped. Sheriff Maddox.of Tarrant county arriveu to-aay ana luentiuea the wounded man as a notorious horse and cattle thief who is wanted at J; ort Worth jail. The three fug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

THE FOREST. FULL ABD OFFICIAL ELTOET THE LUMBEEMEH'S OOIT-VEUTIOir. OF ."What They Did and What They . Did Not do The Lumber Outlook iu the . State. Better Feeling Between the Manufacturers of Lumber and Dealers Prayed. x ne meeting was caiiea to oruer hi. 2 o'clock p. m. at the ball adjoining the ltaymond house. List of memhership being called sixty-eight yards responded. The president announced a quorum pres- ent ami the meeting open for business opportunity iirst being given for deal- ' ers present not in the association to come forward and enroll upon which six yards responded and became en rolled aa members making the entire membership to date one hundred and forty-five (145). Messrs. M. E. Irwin representing Carr Ryder & Wheeler Dubuque sash doors and blinds ; Scott Lambert representing Curtis Bros. Clinton. Iowa sash doora and blinds; Messrs. L M. Temby of Houston (Anderson Temby & Co.) - John wane San Antonio and 14. Hay ward San Marcos. Thess gentle- men above menti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

J 1 -1 r THE COURTS. nrrEEESTrua decision by the SUPREME OOUET ON VALID- ITY OP DEEDS. Case Without a Precedent in tbc District Court Dev- iltry Under Duress. Krause Falls to Get a Verdict for Damages and the giry Discharged. Thomas ' J. Ragland and Maria James vs. Mary Wisrock et al. appel- lees; from Tarrant county ; validity of deed. If the deed to ltagland say the court was a regular deed of con- veyance duly and legally executed by the grantors named in it and ac- knowledged properly by Mary "Wis- rock privily and apart from her hus- band then the judgment below was erroneous and must be reversed. If on the other hand Mrs. W. had good reason to Isuppose from all the facts and circumstances surroimding the transaction and did suppose that the Instrument she was executing was a mortgage; or If through fraud she was induced to believe that the instru- ment did not convey her homestead - the property described in it and these facts or either of them were known to llagland at the ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 April 1884

The Markets. FINANCIAL AND C03I5IEKCIAL. . Daily Statesman Office t . April 15 istn. f . Cotton tol middling....... 1 f MJiidlintr S Low mlddlliitf Freight Kale. Houston . f 3.(50 per bate. (ialvrslou 3.f0 " fJ.w Orleans 6.C0 To Boston poiiiw all rail 1.13 per cwt. Liverpool via tiaiyeslon L39 " UALVKSTON (XITTON MAKK.KT. i.ai.vkatoh April is. Clotton el receipts i THIS THIS TII18 I.ABT UAV WKKK YKAtt. VKAU iiivUvMtoii :tl 1 MT BK2i)in 7mv New Orleans. IMOi 3.''i lll!7:lM77fl M..I.1I. W .till ant 147! 3te.l!i0 rUv;uin:-l .... H 77i. liHSM 777.XM .li;iilct.r ... aw K 4l!l.aift VWrni Waiiiinxtou.. SI 1 KtfiUS Norfolk 37.1 ! ft.V-l 73U!o Jl.illiiiion! .... rv 4.t;c 04.'ji7 N.-w York ... U! !.": K.!'-I7 M7.J4.-i Boston V7i lut.i.'ori i.r.7xu riniiuiHpiiut . nil iu-7 7.4i.- Oilier ports... wju wwsi Total.... .! H.3;7 4iri:l s M?H.; Liwty'r.. 1:ik i;li 55l'.Ji:i Exports lireat lSnUiiu bales France " Channel ports Continent " 1 l7u; 4.3t " New York " Htock on hand this dav Ux4:tt Stork on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 April 1884

1 4 V 1 laiski Msrsoi Xa.sd Deilsers ani General Agents AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Lmd Certificates. Examine nni Perfect Titles. Lands Ex-tniiurd and Divide I. Lnnds Bought aaJ and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxe Paid. Lands lie loeme I. investments Mad". "Prompt atteatloa to all business In (General La ad and oiaer Sa'e Ibpurt ments. Correspondence Solicits ISTHETINfE -TO CURE-' Skin Humors. IT la at this season. wUflD tha blood $nj per- unlratum ax loaded with tinptirnie that l-billguriiiK Humor. IluniiUalum EruntUms. itching tortures Salt Rjrum or Eciema Pso- riasis. Tetter. Hinw(ii-w. Baby Uuinore. icrof- . '.? r"rulous ov i4ic5iea aud Discharg- ing Wound ami every sriecles of Itching Healy aiia PUnnlj Diseases ot tlie Skin and ncalu are pwis speedily mill economically Xt la a Faoti Hundreds of letters In our poe-tesslou (copies wiiiuii uiny oe uaa dt returu man; una our laiithority (or the assertion that Skin Scalp and Blood Humors whether Scrofulous Iaherlted or Contagious may NO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 April 1884

THE STATESMAN. ACST1N i I. TEXAS. On! that winter were gone. Oh! for the blessed sunshine. Loo an dropped out promptly. The congressmen are not going to Chicago. The Bandera Bugle is a from-the-Bhoulder paper. Wanted Information commissionership. of a lost Satubday night's norther was a terrific one for the season; TnE governor of Fort Worth is resting on his official oars. 1'iie Texas press convention meets at Dallas on the 3rd of May. The hearts of the people yesterday were with the old veterans at Paris. Each congressional district is wrest- eries. Blaine stock i3 rising and so is the determination of the democracy to beat mm. Old Ilazen may keep our share of tha nnrt. nort.hpr at home if it la all the same to him. They are now saying slyly that Charley Gibson would make a good lieutenant-governor. So he would. The Statesman advertises Kyle extensively. It has a large list there but it might be larger with vast pro priety. ' Tub battle between winter and spring has been a severe ...

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