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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 an...

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. — 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 o...

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. — 21 February 1884

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS HEPATOZOHE Dr.Tobin's on,n 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 guara...

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. — 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 8 100,000, 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 8150,000, 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...

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

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. — 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...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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- n...

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. — 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 negr...

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. — 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 ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 February 1884

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN, ' ; AtSTIH, TEXAS. TCEHSt Oaeyear, 9;6BiOBha,sl. 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 h...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 February 1884

f ' s SINCERE. WHAT BIMSTER WEST 81YS ABOUT MB. HEWITT'S TlflT. The Free Ship Bill Funeral of liar gig; feon Ambler Suicide of Ex-Diplomat. An Important Bill by Mr. Hancock on National Banks Introduced in the House. The Western Union Telegraph Com pany Before the Senate Committee. Special to Tb Statesman Washington. Feb. 25. Mr. Han cock introduced the following bill: 'A bill" to amend the twenty-ninth section of the national bank act Be it enacted by the senate and home of representatives of the United btats of America in congress assem bled That the twenty-ninth section of the ict of congress passed the 3rd of Jurs, 1864, the national bank act, be amended by adding inerewine ioitow lnar: "And provided, That in estimating and authorizing the amount to be ioaned, the surplus fund, and indi vidual profits may be treated as capi tal." Wasaington, Feb. Za. Tne secre tary of state received a cable this morning from Minister Foster at Madrid, announcing the death by sui cide, at Alicante...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 February 1884

V THE STATESMAN. 4.U8TIN. TKXAS. Local and Other Matters. ALL AE0TJ5D TOWN. Evervthine was exceptionally quiet last night. The south bound trains wer cn time yesterday. A runaway near the blind asylum. Xo damage done. Ben Thompson has gone to Galres ton, so rumor hath it A great deal of corn was planted in this county yesterday. The ball at Schntz's Hall last night was largely attended. Farmers say the crops are inoniit ing so far as thev are up. - The bridge reports a large collection of toll since it re-opened. Joe Flummer killed a snake eight feet long yesterday, he says. The wild geese were flying south yesterday and the night before. There were five civil cases tried in Justice Tegener's court yesterday. Well If the north wind was not a terror yesterday where will you find one. Justice Tecener had a quiet time TMterdav. But one civil case was tried. The theatre season Is nearly over. Only one or two more companies will appear. The students at the university ap pear to be progre...

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. — 6 March 1884

From a Colored Man. From the Chicago Living Church. I have been a reader of your excel lent paper for the past twelve months, ana UKe it very much, l am me oniy colored member belonging to the Episcopal church In this place. I no ticed In the issue of December the 22nd,and article on the evangelization 01 tne negroes La -le south, l nite to see consistency, and we feel for the poor, oppressed ignorant of the north, but have been taught to let charity begin at nome, ana when we have done all that we can to enlighten and christianize in our own country, then it will be required of us to go from home to show our sympathy. I agree wun you that moral training is nec essary with all classes. So Is educa tion, hut it is worthless without mor ality. The darkey here has equal share of the public funds appropriated to education with the whites, and their schools have otten been under the al- rection of northern men. and it is a subject of remark that the most in telligent darkies are some of ...

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. — 6 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Governoii Lubbock came to stay. Dick Hcbbaud is a tariff for reve nue only man. As a political complicator the nip per is fall grown. Xaxos does not seem to have thrill ed any but Galveston people. 2s' o more extra sessions, an lovest me. Governor Ireland. thou The Sulphur Springs Gazette kind words for The Statesman. has Down at Corpus they are waiting to see how the nipper brigade fares. Nobody killed in Ilempstead for a week past! Times are dull in that section. Collin county pulls into the whirl early. All her candidates are already announced. The Lieht is by lonar odds the whitest republican paper in the state. It is a bright, sparkling paper. The word-bonded John Peter Smith, of Fort Worth, occupies splendid dark-horse relation to the party. TnE Waxiehchie Mirror may dis miss all apprehensions as to any real or supposed dilemma the editor of the Statesman may be in. It nowhere appears that a single union printer has declared that he would have acc...

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. — 6 March 1884

V X .a, V 4- 1' At- 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEX An. Local and Other Matte's. WHAT I THIXK. Editor of The 8tateman : I notice in this ir.crainar's paper some persons are to civ' an enter tainment for the flooi fcullVrers; no finnl.t that SOlMcU WPll to those nhrnai and to man v at hoiue. I want however, to pres-eat the other sidn of thn Question, with the caption, "Car ity begins at home. We have in our own city tried again and again this winter to organize a Jitmevoieni so ietv. and a wire complete failure Lt anvthinir waa n;ver made. In con- seauence our poor have suffered. have been this week in a house where a wiaowed mother and four little girls had not three piecs of clothinj, but rmii tied around thein to cover themselves. The mother had been washing though almost disabled, but could not tnve ud. l reiaieu iam iu stance to al out a dozen different parties one offered to assist iu geltiajr cloth- lnc A few weeks ago our merchants were sendin? clothing, etc.. to Hay- lands' orp...

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. — 6 March 1884

' - ,:;mil , , ,, M , , - ' , ' - - - i - I . 1 FT- ('.' THE STATESMAN. AUSTIH, TE.A3. Fairplay la a jewel. New Orleans or death. Elliott. The o. a. is no. kindergarten politi cian. New Orleans? Vandell. Ahem. W. M Terrell Is already loaded for the campaign. 1KLLER as an Indian nurse is a gratifying success. The devil fly away leans. John Ireland. with New Or- .Nobody has jumped on john Peter for the last week. The fence eutter is hard to suppress, Jie s almost irrepressible. hie whacking between the News and the Tost (roes bravely on still. Elliott probably understands now how easy it is to render oneself ridicu- . lous. Catch Dick Hubbard missing a chance to blue mark a newspaper arucie. It hurts, but then great principles are never established without hurting somebody s feelings. Tae San Antonio Times b'-lieves in good typography. The Times has an exceedingly level head. vauiuiai-K peacnts. lie is Doth a vulian and a coward. We reioice that the railroad has driven the scoun drel ...

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. — 6 March 1884

THE STATESMAN. ! A CAED T0JF rE0PLE- AUSTIN. TEXAS. And still the nipper nips. The . a. is full of political guile. Nvw Orleans br'4ok. and death. Harden- Chicago is already the inundation. preparing for The reign of the mere politician in Texas is nearly over. Poor, poor Ilardenbrook! How -dreadfully has Elliott cooked his goose. BlLLnARDEXBROOKANDJACKELLI- riTT i to be commissioner to iew Orleans, no matter what the gover jior says. Tom Ochiltree is affected by abuse, about as a duck is by a spring shower. Bismarck has the wrong pig by the ear this time. TnE people persist in asserting that with a non-union force The States man is vastly improved typograph ically. Cruel people. Mongolians" in rebellion against China. It does seem as though a general edict lias gone out against the Chinese that they must go. The Dallas Times is very generous to The Statesman and its manager, in a brief paragraph which we trans cribe in this morning's paper. UaLi. Avstix Ttpoohahtc.vi. Ujtiov, Icbiu...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 6 March 1884

V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Axd also does the clipper clip. "The best laid schemes of mice and " men gang aft aglee," And still the coramlssionership hangs ro. The strain must be dread ful' The lion. John Hancock votes the aysteui of political interviewing now In vogue, a great humbug. James G. Blaise is at ' hia tricks again but thia time it IsaBayneful cup he has put to his palid lips. There isn't much poetry in the name of John Peter, but there Is mis chief and plenty of it in the man. i Dorset will look atter the conduct v of the republicans from Arknansas & New Mexico. He is for Logan. r . - r. --Xhebe is an individual in this state called Washington Jones, upon whom it always pays to keep a wary eye. . The rule in force as to the son- i employment on the Texas and Pacific ' railway of men who drink is a good one. Senator Dawes's bill tor punisn- ing tresspassers on Indian lands is pronounced a new sort of Payne killer. The pleuio-pneumonia bill made Congressman Stewart...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 6 March 1884

COUNCIL. AN INTERESTING SESSION THE LAW AND OEDEE PAETY Otf THE INCEEASE STANDS TEN TJ NINE. A Committee Appointed to Present Articles of Impeachment Against The; City Marshal. Meeting last evening, Alderman Kobertson in the chair and a quorum present. City Attorney Pendexter, reported in reference -to a resolution passed at the last meeting, tbat he concurred with his predecessor, Mr. ' "Walton, in the opinion that the city nas no ngnt to lease tne river wane to private persons to be used for private purposes. Kepons received. A REPORT WAS READ from Dr. Burt, city physician, rela tive to diseased meat and suggesting as a remedy the establishment of a slaughter house ana ma King it a mis demeanor to sell or offer to sell meat without inspection and allowing fees or 81.00 for inspecting beet and twen to-fir ionfa Aaph fnr nt.hpr animala Iteferred to the city attorney to draft ordinance. Report was read from the city marshal relative to the dehencv in the police service. He suggests a...

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. — 6 March 1884

8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers to The Weekly Statesman finding their names drop ed from our lists will know that the date to which they have paid has passed. In furtherance of the notice nni.UshPfi sfTri time since, we are - stopping all papers except those paid Statesman Publishing Co. On Monday CoL John Cardwell sev ered his long and honorable connec tion with this paper. In taking leave of him we but voice the public senti ment when we say that this announce ment will be received with regret all over the state. Standing at the head of the leading paper at the capital, and ona of the leading papers of the state, for so many and such stirring years, it would have been strange in deed had Colonel Cardwell failed to have attracted enmity. The time serving and the truckling do not take kindly to a man who holds himself aloof, but there breathes not a single being in all broad Texas but accords him the strictest integrity, unflagging faithfulness, an...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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