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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 June 1884

V r J 3H0T AND SLAIN. BLOODY. EHCOUFTEE AT BEOWIT- WOOD IS WHICH G. D. BEOOKS IS KILLED. How n Prisoner Suddenly As- Maultcd a llanger with a Brace of Pistols. Tlio CornOSfStoue of tho New Church at Lampasas Laid by IJishop Clregfr. Sensational Arrest at Burnet of tho Lady in tho Case" Oilier State News. n Bkownwood June 9. A bloody irazeay occurred on iaht taturoay evi ning Ltt between a member of the Hangers' force htationed at this place ana a man giving bis name as u. i) J rooks which resulted in Brooks be ing mortally wounded and the slight wounding of the ranger. The man Brooks was chiircpd with stealing a I Jyagon from if rank Keinhart. of Cisco f vile left the wagon with K AL Hughea near Clio in this county. A party irom Uisco made ailidavit against iirooks and the papers were turned over to the sheriff lor execution for which purpose Mr. Terry a deputy with Capt. Gillespie of the ranger force and one rang r went to make the arrest but before reaching the tlace where the par...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 June 1884

INQUEST HELD OVEE THE BODY OP WIL- LIAM ' WATFORD FATALLY . SHOT MAY 27. Tlie Jury Find that lcccased Died at the Hands of Uubirtb. The jury of inquest convened on Sunday last by Justice Tegenec. act- ing coroner to inquire into the causes and surroundings of the death of William Watford reassembled at Justice TegMier'u court room yes- terday. The testimony elicited was as fol- lows: ANTE MORTEM STATEMENT Taken by Justice Tgener on June 27 in the afternoon. ( William) Alick J. Watford wa3 at the time of making such declaration conscious of approaching death and believed there was no hope of re- covery. The shooting occurred on the night of May 26 to 27 on Live Oak street in the city of Austin county of Trav- is Texas. I was shot by a short heavy set y allow man a bvrber on last night; I had not given him any came for shooting me ; the same man Wat shot me called me to come to him. and when I walked toward hir 60me one else came up behind me and knocked me down and when I was srettin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

.4 i Mioxk. Mates 3 Land Dealers aad neralaccis AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sill Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and Sold. I'atout)btaincd. Taxes Paid. Lands TStdeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all bnsiness ' Uemval Lund and other State Depart ments. Correspondence Solicited. KOT1CK. In pursuance of n doeree of tlie Circuit Con r 01 (lie Un'teii ninui in nnii lor vue r inn i;ir- cmt. and IIih WesU-ni JJislricl 01 menuiwai AiiHliii iMiuruiKdHti; tlie 21st diiy of Jitimiir A. it. ikM. ami made In certain cause I eomty iiiiinbcn il I.M wlH'n-in the Mercantile 'J nut 'Viiiipany is complainant kiiu lie Austin n Nori IiwusUth Kailroail 0niaiiy et al. lire (li:fi:ii(i.int the nii(liT!ii(;m'd a-H master ap- liit (i In said cause lor u.ax ptiri ose win re- I wkimi tin' hours of It o'cIouk a m. and 1 o'clock p.m Wt-diKtHliiy.tlifl Wtli day of May A.D.. 1SK4 Hell ul lillDIIK auuiion u me nigiiesi uuiiier luxury the door of the coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

TIIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN I I 1 TEXAS.- Tie Most BrulM Pure and Perfect JUEXSKS 1 18K. THKV ABB TRANSPAHENT AND COLORLESS. iiirht If If and for softnens and endurance to the eve. Cannot be excelled .enabling tne we wer to read for hours without fatigue. In fact mey r PERFECT 81QHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all the leading physicians In Texas Governors. Senators Legislators stockmen men of note in all professions and In different branches of trade bankers me- chanics etc. can be given who have had their sUiht improved by their use. All of my spectacles are stamped on frame i A. K. UAWK.ES. PATENT EXTENSION SPRINC E y e - G I a s s Is the finest tn the world Racommended by the Medical Faculty tliroiiKhout the country. No irritation canned by their use. Demand for these New Patent Eye-glasses is daily in- creasing and orders are now being receiyed from all parts of the country. LONDON SMOKED CLASSES nt Bverv tint and shade. These classes are sent by mall to all parts of the . . .. . ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

TILDEN. 15 A LETTEE HE DEi'INlTELY SETTLES THE QUESTION OF . HIS OAKDIDAOY. Declines the Race and Aimoim- ; ces his Public Career t Forever Closed. 1 Bombshell that will Electrify i the "Whole Conntry to-day. iJlie-lay'8 Sensational News ( from Different Sections as ! Told by the Wires. .kw Vrt)ir JnnA 11 Th A follow. a communication from Samuel J idea has been given the Associated ress : i New York June 10 1884 : Mr. Daniel Manning. Chairman of tUe teinocraliu State Committee ol lew York : In mv letter of June 18. 1880 ad- essed to the delegates from the state ' New Y ork to the democratic Monal committee. I said: 'Having now borne faithfully my 1 share of labor and care in the blic service and wearing the marks its burdens I desire nothing so ich as an honorable discharge." 1 )h to lay down the honors and !s of even a quasi party leader- p and to seek the repose of private ' the presidency I do so with ' doubt in my mind as to the vote of state of New York or of the Uni- btates. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

LOWER QUARANTINE STA TION. 'What the President of the Board Haa to Say About It. From the New Orleans Daily States. In view ot the bill introduced be- fore the legislature to increase the effectiveness of the quarantine sys- tem a representative of the States called upon Dr. Jos. Holt president of the board of health for the purpose of obtaining from that gentleman a plan of the proposed operations. Dr. Holt well known tor his genial qualities and characteristicsimpre3sed the reporter with the conclusion that when topics of interest or matters of importance to the public are demand- ed as the custodian of such informa- tion it is a pleasant duty for him to accede to the request. He stated that he was convinced that AN URGENT NECESSITY. existed for an immediate and radical cuancre in the ouarantlne system by establishing stations especially adapt- ed and designed for the reception of iniected ships. The a uestion resolved itself in locat ing a place within the waters of the Mississip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

t 4 r s r f ) DEMOLISHED. TWO TEAKS IGOLUDE THE EN GINES MASSED AND SEVERAL KILLED. A Train Man Hauled Out From the Debris Horribly Mutilated. The Blaine Boom and ltatlllca- j tion Meetings at Various Points. Micliiffln Counterfeiting Gang Broken up the Criminal Calendar. Philadelphia June 14. By a col lision with an excursion train on the Camden railway this morning. En gineers Palmer and Baxter Conductor iSmith Baggagemaster Vaughn Mail agent Wylie. and Fireman Barber were killed. Many persons are injur ed. The excursion party were of the Camden Presbyterian Churcn. Frank Fenton. supervisor of the railway and G. Edwards were also killed in the Atlantic Bail way accident. The crash was caused by the non-re ception of a telegraphic dispatch noth engines were smashed. The following were injured: ilenry Deets scalded and hip bro ken. Leonard Banche badly scalded. Frank McCormick leg broken and scalded. John McCaskv. slightly injured. Wm. McCasky internally and can- not lire. Jas. Resb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

4 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN I I t i TEXAS. The Capital City It Is a little warm. Sunshine and showers. Let us have peace. Gen. Grant. Blaine will have rough sailing in pw York. ' .' Does James G. regard it as an empty honor v The purity ot its women is the dig nity of a nation. Where now is the wretch who com- plained of the cold spring. The Blaine cock isn't crowing pre- maturely or anything is he? The present Tilden boom is not a very juicy morsel to John II. Re- gan. The name of the man who thinks he can beat Mills in his district is legion. Hot and cold. Hot the aspirations of the aspirants. Cold the reception . of the voters. Grant has lost all Interest in poli- tics. Ilia tank's busted and his en- emy nominated. Blaine may get through .New York safely; but just how it hardly seems . possible to say.' ' The Irish people turning protect- . ionists may complicate matters espec- ially in New York. The cattle men are all whirling toward Kansas and Colorado. It is harvest time with them...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

1 v i t WASHINGTON. OFFICIAL EJVFSTIGATION INTO THE MYSTERIOUS SENATE AMENDMENT. Looking Into Pacific Hallways And to Prevent Fraudulent Claims. Itrown ot Georgia Attacks Massachusetts on the Origin of Negro Slavery. Senator Ingalls gets up a Sensa- tion by Charging Brown with Forgery. COXGICUSSIOXAL. ' SENATK. Washington June 10. The fol- lowing resolution was offered by Mr. Van Wyck and laid over till to- morrow: Resolved That the committee on jiiuicmry be directed to inquire whether the Union or Central Pacific railroad companies have become re- sponsible for or have guaranteed interest on any bonds other than these specially authorized by con- gress or outstanding at the date of the passage of the act making appro- priations for legislative executive and judicial expenses of the govern- ment for the year ending June 30 1874 and if so to what extent and under actual or alleged authority. Also whether any new stock has been issued by either of said corpora- tions in relation to sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 June 1884

council ritoci:i:iiNos. Ia Regard to the Cemetery Matter. The following majority and minor iiy reports of the cemetery committee were introduced and read at the regu- lar meeting of the council June 16 1884 and ordered published and action on the matter postponed until the next regular meeting of the city council. To the honorable mayor and board of aldermen of the city of Austin : Gentlemen: Your committee to whom was referred the matter of selecting a suitable site for a cemetery beg leave to state that thev have performed that duty to the best of their ability and herein nreaent a statement of the number of tracts of land visited ex amined together with the conclusions arrived at viz: One tract of land 3 miles east of the canitol with exten sion of College avenue containing 104 acres price 82500 offered by E. W. Khands agent. One tract of land immediately north of the resident of Mrs. Pease fronting hhoal creek containing 30 ' acres price u000. Offered by Messrp D .Cordova & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

MaddosBros. & Anderson. ! Ladlsalsrsini HAgeitsj TH E AITS TIN WEEKLY ATE 8 MAN. IM'! AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. . Lands Redeemed. divestments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land ollice and other State De partments. Correspondence Solicited VOL. XIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 26. NO. 43.1 AUSTIN TEXAS. LOGAN. JACK HAS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY OF A SPEEAD EAGLE SPEECH AND MAKES IT. KOTIUK. tn pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court ot the Uii'lcd SUUi in and for the Fifth Cir- cuit and the Wet-rii District of the State at A until). tH-jirim: date the 21st d:iv of January A. xi. "Hi and made In a certain cause In i-iiuiiy nuiiiliereil 153 wherein the Mercantile J i iimc CoiN)iiny i5ci)iii)1iiinaiit and the Austin A. Northwestern lliiiiroiwl Coniiauy et al. are defendants the uudersignud as master ap- xiiiteil in saiclCiUitw for ti.at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

.J; r THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. lis Most Brilliant. Pure and Perfect ' JLE1BF.H IW I'HE. THKV ABB TRANSPARENT AND COLORLESS. as light Itself and for softness and endurance to tiie ye. Cannot be excelled .euabluiK tn wearer to read for hours without fatigue. In tact tuey PERFECT 6IQHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all the leading physicians In Texas Governors. Senators licfslators stockmen men of note In all professions and In rti(li;rent branches of trale bankers nie- chHiiies etc. can be ulven who have had their slirht Imnroved hv their use. All of my stM-etacles are stamped on frame A. K. IlAWHr.3. PATENT EXTENSION SPRINC Eye-Glass Is the finest tn the world lucommendedby the Medical Faculty throughout the country. No Irritation caused by their use. Demand for these New Patent Kve-elasses is daily in creasing and orders are now being receiyed . from ail parts ot the country. LONDON 8MOKED QLASSE8 Of every tint and shade. These glasses are sent by mail to all parts of the of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

SARATOGA. THE "WORK OF THE NEW YORK STATE DEMOCRATIC) CONVEN TION yesterday Cleveland and Flower Factions Boss Kelly IMays Ills Part as Usual. Democratic Conventions In Tea ncsscc Georgia Michigan and Other States. Independents in Florida and Prohibitionists in Ohio A Kick Against the Tariff. SAKAToga June 18. 1 p. m. About 12:30 delegates begau to file into the hall. There seemed during me morning to us considerable contu sion as to the interior arrangements of The building and its capacity to hold the people who rightly or wrongly succeeded iu getting tickets of admis sion tnereby involving some danger or maklnir confusion for the delegates. It became evident as the hour for the convention to meet approached that while the building would be densely crowded there need be no confusion. The hall is devoid of banners or em blems of any kind. The platform was densely crowded before the convention opened and the scene was that ot a perspiring crowd in desperate efforts to cooi tne heate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

THE STATESMAN. Bossism. AUSTIN. TKXAS. The heated terra is on. The Conkling men are sullen. Galveston falls b:ck on-Eads. Blaine and Logan what a team! are free seats In all the Tiiere churches. 1'noMAS Nash can't plumed knight. paint for the Carl Sciiurz refuses to take p iflaine with his pretzels. IIahper B hot ileus won't for the man from Maine. print ClIAttLES FKANCIS ADAM3 Won't vote for the plumed knight. It is a good time to exercise precau tions against contracting colds. Butler has but a mere grip but holds on "with terrible tenacity. The Houston Journal exhibits un- mistakable feigns of prosperity. The cemetery question is develop- ing into one of a good deal of inter- eat. The anti-Walsh papers are doing that able officer real service In their raid on him. The New York state convention regards Cleveland as that state's strongest man. Bayard can carry New York be. yond a doubt Cleveland can do no more than he. Ttie state canvass promises to have about its many features of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

M FIVE MILLIONS. THE AMOUNT FOR "WHICH OOMMO- DOKE 0. K. GAEEISOU. OF NEW YORK FAILED YESTERDAY. Causes of tho Disaster Which Has Acraiu Unsettled "Wall Street. How Garrison Companion of Gould Made His Fortuno and His Anticedents. Another Heavy Failure at St L45uis and a Cotton March- out in Mobile. New York June 20. Cornelius K Garrison has assigned to John T. lerry; preferences W1000. Commo dore C. K Garrison who made assign ment. is well known as formerly dseply interested in the Pacific mail isew i;r leans ana west India ship lines is tne largest stockholder in the profitable gas companies in this city St. Louis New Orleans and other large cities. He was principal owner In the Missouri Pacific railway but sold out a few years ago to Jay Gould. He has beeu interested with the latter m numerous railroad schemes and was formerly a resident of St. .Louis. He made the bulk of his fortune prior to me rebellion. U. iv. Harrisons preferences are .Hank of California 880000; Hank of New Y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Announcement Urn For Mtate Meaator. WK ARK AUTM()K1ZKI TO ANNOUNCE A. H. Fisher of Williamson county as a can didate for state senator from the tn senator- ial district subject to the action of a democratic nominating convention. WE AKK AOTHOttlZEI) TO ANNOUNCE lieo. W. Glasscock as a candidate for State Senator from the 24th senatorial district com posed of Travis Williamson ana uurnet iwu- FELIX E. HMITII ATTIIOEIZES THE Utitmmi.v te announce him as a candidate for tlie Nineteenth legislature of Texas. For IMBtriet Attorney. i ifEitrKv announce" JliiaklV Ad A candidate Ior the nice oi District Attorney r.f the 20 h judicial d strict composed of the mintii-i of Travis and Williamson (now the HUH district) subjectio the action of dfmo- cratic convention. Jambs H. Ko bkbton. i .u a civnmiTR VDR TUB OFFICE of District Attorney of the I6th Judicial dis- trict subject to the action of a Democratic con- venuon. aro For County Attorney. WE AUK AUTHORIZED TO A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

NAVY FRAUDS. TTTF. SENATE 0EDEH3 AN INVES TIGATION' OF DIETY WORK KOW VISIBLE. Imnortmit Fuiulinjr Bill Intro duced in tho House by Hancock of Texas. Morrison's Amendment to vest all Surplus Revenue Over $100000000. In- Further Debate 011 Pensions in the Senate "Wrangle over an Amendment. CONG IS KSS IONAIj. SENATE. Wasiiinoton June 23. A resolu- tion was adopted directing the com mittee on expenditures of public money to investigate the recent defal- cation in the post ollioe department and to inquire into the system of makimr disbursements and purchases of supplier" with a view of determin ing whether it embraces sufficient Baie-gtiards against defalcations and frauds. The Mexican pension bill was then taken up and Its consideration pro- ceeded with Mr. Plum giving notice Whether that bill be finished to-day or not he would to-morrow move to take "up tjje Atlantic & l'acilic land grant forfeiture bill. e The pending Question In connec tion with the Mexican pension bills was on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 June 1884

ST. JOHN'S DAY. HOW THE GEE AT MASOEIO "OHEIST MAS" WAS CELEBATED Installation of Oflicers an Grand Banquet There- after. St. John's day is to the world of Masonry what Christmas is to Chris- tianity and is eelebaated by them all over civilisation with frreat eclat. The Masons of Austin made it the occasion of the installation of oflicers- of the two lodzes here Hill City No. 456. and Austin Lodge. Mo. 12 which was followed by a banquet. THE INSTALLATION. which was public took place at the Masonic buildinsr. In the presence of upwards of three hundred ladies and eentlemen. The ceremonv. which was conduct ed by Judge William Bratnlette of the general land ollice Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge was as usual upon such occasions very lm pressive. The following are the new olhcers or the IIIXL CITY LODGE. NO. 45(5. If. 11. Underhill Worshipful Master. t . C Moore Senior Warden. Tom Murrah Junior Warden John K. Donnan Treasurer. W. A. L. Knox Secretary. J. L. Holmes Senior Deacon. L....

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

MaiMrosiMsrosE Liil Sealers and geasral agents AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and i'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands .Bought and bold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid 'jadfl Redeemed. Investments Ma Prompt attention to all business. General Lund and other Stute Depart- ments. Correspondence iiolieited. 51TH XI8VE AND MUSCLE ? " 'g ni omiTK. H II ? '' jf I in n "IWI PfBEEPF :-i::!L' kjfrJ)ib kit"- m nm&B m M lgmiJ sannnnnaass WrenBfhenin0lnyiBoraHngFtteninq 00 LDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC U pronounced by scores of phy- sl.iuns and by thousands of people who hjtve ard it to be the best known remedy fotJMy Dyspepsia Indigestion Lost of Appetite IMsa of Fleh I.ung Complaint. F.nutte Weakness Gastrle Irritability Ma- larlal Ferer and tnay oilier diseases wlurre lantern are required. differing essentially from all Oliver Beef Foods and Tonics. IT IMPROVES THE QUALITY 01 tho Wood and enriches it and Is there- fore a Una invigorant and corrective In canes...

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

118 Most Matf Pre anil Perfect LK.VHKH IV USE. -''-3 THEY ABB TRANSPARENT AND COLORLESS. M light Itself and for softness and endurance to tuft eye. Cannot be excelled .enabling tue wearer t- -ead for hours without latmue. In tact tuej are PERFECT 81QHT PRE8ERVER8. Testimonials from all the leading physician In Texas Governors Senators legislators 8to."kmen men of note In ail professions and fUtfurAut ikmnnhM tf t.nule. hankers me chanics etc. can be given who have had their .irht Imnmuprl hv their use. All of my sjiectacles are stamped on frame: A. K. 11AWKKS. PATEN F EXTENSION SPRING E y e - G I a s s Is the finest tn the world Kecommended by tu xin.iii.ni Viunitv thrniiirlioiit the country No Irritation caused by their use. Demand tnr tliese New Patent Kve-alasses Is daily in- creasniK and orders are now being received Irom all parts of the country. LONDON SMOKED OLA88E8 Of every tint and shade. These glasses are sent by mall to all parte of the of the United Mates. A perfect lit ...

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