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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 I...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 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...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 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, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 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 passe...

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. — 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 th...

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. — 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. A...

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. — 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 e...

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. — 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 a...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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...

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. — 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...

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. — 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. Ch...

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. — 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 inter...

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. — 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 g...

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. — 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 co...

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. — 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 estin...

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. — 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 portio...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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 o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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