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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 February 1884

"While the lamp holds out to burn the vilest sinner may return." Legis- laters will please take notice. A few hours more and the record of the Eighteenth legislature will be made up. Will It be improved these few hours' in The Dallas Herald is surprised at the manifestation of feeling among legislators in favor of trespassing on private real estate. The agreement to fix the ad valo rem tax for revenue at 11 cents on the one hundred dollars will lead to the depreciation of state paper. The people of Johnson county got tired waiting for the legislature to carrect fence-cutting, and concluded to adopt special remedies of their own. Mb. Evabts says President Arthur can not carry New York, and Charley Foster says it is impossible for him to carry Ohio. Well, what state can he carry? The abandonment of the Nicaragua canal project may be taken as indicat ing the success of M. de Lesseps Panama canal. Capt Eads says al ready as much has been spent in begin ning the canal as it would have ta...

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. — 7 February 1884

7 v i '"N THE STATESMAN. Al SI IN, TEXAS. No tl ficitncies should be left un laid. The Second Adventist- tix Novem ber 4 as the time for us all to hand in our checks in a grand collapse. The legislature should not adjourn without profiling for the payment of all the unsettled debts of the state. . The Ulanco News sees the power of the fence-cutters in the hesittney of thelegislntnre to perfect a law against fenoe-cutting. The people of Austin arel: rtiiy sick of rowdyism and terroiistu, and public teatiment says most emphati cally that it must be stopped. Rev. 15UIU.ESON and semi-Iiev. Shaw, of Waco, have been going for each other, and the controversy leaves the former in a semi-state of collapse. The Mar-in Ball says: ''Let the s'a!e lease her grazing lands, and turn a mil ion dollars into the school fund that now gos to help fatten the cattle syndicates." Webster Gillette, of New York, has invented an Improvement in tele phones, by which he expects a con versation can be sucttsil'...

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. — 7 February 1884

T iIIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. BELTO.V. Special to llie Btateaman.l Belton, Jan. 30. In the rourt to-dav the case of the justice JMton Compress eoniany against delin quent stockholders, was decided in favor of the company. The chief point relied on by the defense was that the company while soliciting subscrip tion for the stock, made misreprensen tationa to induce parties to sulwcribe, defense claiming that the concern was represented to cost about thirty thou sand dollars and that it was to be paid -r in one-third cash, one-third in one S"ar and one-third in two years, and that now it shows to have cost 845,- 000. and that already 80 per cent, had leen assessed against the stockholders, Justice Estell ruled out the testimony offered by the defense with above re sult. Notice of appeal was given by detense. BBESHAM. (Special to The Statesman. 1 liRENHAM. Jan. 31. The town is full of thieving negroes, not less than lifteen houses have been robbed in the past week. Some of the citize...

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. — 7 February 1884

y J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Tkxas will show at New Orleans. Aourcui.TrKK ftock raising. must succumb to Tim Galveston IVint has askd the Alcalde to step to the front. What an I toasted state rights, if a few thousanil fence-cutters can paral i.e government V Mm. Mi:UituiEit, widow of (Jen. J. Raukhead McGruder, died, the other day, in Florence, Italy. The Ma ion News-Item has v 'Vi h in tSe outome of the legislative rj garding the grass question. There are live davs still left in which to hop?. Til K success of a Texas exposition at New Orlians depends upon tie Texas commissioners. I'olitical favor i'.eism, or personal reward, will not ir. 8ure success in this show. Show vi one of these Texas vcte ans who knows how dearly Texai was Itought, and we will present you a man who loves peace and order, ami demands ref'tect for law. They are all enlisted against the commune. Is it not that sinuous and ever pres ent serpent of self-interest whose self ish greed ever thrusts forward it...

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. — 7 February 1884

5 f HOWZE..II fllK STATESMAN. Al'STlN. TliXAS 1 1 ik at I hi X npir t w;ihii ln-ti I In; IiUhmI hikI imt- nuiration hit lul-il Willi ImiMiri ti-s. that uiNiiKiiriiiK Humors, iiiimiliaiini; i-.ni,iiiiis, 1 1 -1 1 1 1 iti Tortnri-v : tit Klit-uin or Etzcma I'sori asis, Tetter, Ringworm, Haty Huinr. Scrol ula, crodiloiu b res, Abscesses and Discliarg iiiK Wounds, ami ejwy spHes of lt'hiii. Hvaly and Pimply Di-aes of ttie Skin and Hi-alo are most speedily and economically cured by theCiTici it. Kkmkimks. IT IS A FACT. Hundred of letters in our jxissession (copies of wliii'li may lie had by return ma.il are our an1 lion ty lor the as-tertiou that Skin, Scalp and lllood Humors, whether Scrofulous. In- hrited or Contagion, may NOW foe pernia mntly cured by cuticiha Kksoi.vbnt, the new Blood rurilW, Diuretic and Apperient, internally, and Cctii.uka and Cutk.lra Koai-, the (?reat Skin Cure, and Beautiflers.ex t.Tiially. In one half the time and at one half the expense of any other season. GR...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 February 1884

THE STATESMAN. Al'STlX. TEXAS. It voKi re;i!iy seeua lhat the people lire sighing for such days as they L;:d under the Alcalde. ri'HE oruinit'ee of the prohibition I h'Miin pro'eetiou p.n ty has issued ;i i f- r a convention to lie held in ! Pttsburg. Pennsylvania, on the 21st I of May. i ... - . r lnmlanu put one hundred minicn dollar ito new ships last year. Ni.e ma !e the money to pay for them in doing the foreign carrying trade of the United States. C. P. Huntington has been elected president rf the Kentucky Central Uilrn:i.l. Thi ia Mr. Pendleton's old railway, and forms part of the true SSoiithf rn P;icilii l'itoFjcssou Gikakdeua, late of tie Post, h;i3 opened an educational insti tution in Houston for training boys and girls r.r higher education, lie :, Haiti to he ii Htfct adinira'i'.ft educator The Toledo. (.. l'vining Bee has a new head. Now, if it will just put a new advertisement at the top of th outside right lmnd column on it3 first page, Thk Statesman will feel happ C...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 February 1884

CUE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS- HEPATOZOHE Dr.Tobin's GHT1AT CURES Diseases of the Liver IN ALL ITS Various Forms, SUCH AS DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE, NEURALGIA, WATER BRASH. CONSUMPTION, . OB ANY roUUBITY 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 plaints. It will act thoroughly on the liver in from two to four hours' time aud does not produce nausea or griping painsfn 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 ...

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. — 7 February 1884

8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. A DAY OF EXCITEMENT. Begriniiiiiij in the Morninj? and End in!? at Night. lien Thompson make the Ktates rann Ofllce the Kerne of Ills Little Pleasantries Y'8fe-(!ay Thk Statesman con tainrd a short local paragraph in re gard to Mr. Thompson's assault upon V. A. 1 Jo wen, the Austin correspon dmt. of the San Antonio Expr8. It waa stati-d in that article that Thomp son made use of language . on the occasion that ought not to 1 tol erated in the presence of ladies. This is the part that he said List niht he took exceptions lo. The report was written upon the information given by persons who claimed to be present on the occasion, and who also claimed to have heard his words. After the papar had gone to press yesterday morning and while the mailing clerk - vas at worK. l'oiiceman JJrown came into the composing room and got a paper. In a short time alter Ut n Thompson came into the r ilitcrial rooms of this paper, per haps Utwem 5 and G o'clock, and found n...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 February 1884

Rev. Dr. N ew m an, of Washington 'Citv, must go. Woolen mills are to Ouilt at Jones- !r ;;nd Abilene. Joe Blackbuun will not make the strongest senator in ifee United States Nen&te. What Is the governor going to do about tha commissionership to New Orleans. As A political machine the Eight eenth legislature was a candidate -amaaher. Blackburn says that Carlise kept j - with him strictly throughout Ta senatorial struggle. The Marshall Herald observes that fence-cutting Is still going on, al though it is known that the legisla ture has made it a felony. Pence-cuttino will be very apt to run its course. The causes leading to it remain almost untouched. The Nineteenth legislature, let us hope, will be free to treat the grazing question in its proper relation to pub ic education. Some of the papers are trying to scare the governor from his decision as to who should be the commsisloner toJfow Orleans. Col. Horace Cone has taken edi torial position on the Express. Grice has to divide ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 February 1884

THE STATESMAN, AUSTIN, TEXAS. Converse, of Ohio, was the only Democrat in the House voting against the Fitz John Porter relief bill. IIev. J. D. Shaw has organized a children's Sunday school at Waco, in connection with his church of ad vanced thinkers. The legislature planted a guberna torial candidate too early in the sea' son. A wilting frost has already stricken him fore and aft, above and below. The San Antonio Light favors the nomination of A. J. Evans to the va- cant federal judgeship; and it claims the place for him because of honesty and abilty. Ex-!ov. II. li. Huimakd has been elected president of theXorth Texas & Louisana railroad company, chart ered to run from Gainesville to some point in Louisiana. It la said Congressman Mackey, of South Carolina, left his family only SKXXt in money and $5(X0 in books. Evidently he had not f xercised the pr rjgatives of a federal law maker, Jt 13 now thought tho Mexican treaty will not be called up in the Senate for weeks. Evidently...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 se...

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. — 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 t...

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. — 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,...

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. — 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 17,000 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 sig...

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. — 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 unu...

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. — 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 Fir...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

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. — 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 170,009,200 acres of la...

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. — 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 ligh...

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. — 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 35,000 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. '"; ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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