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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - - TEXA TERMS : Slntfe Cony, per year......... 2 00 CluS. of Ten. lo one l'OTtofflce 17 W Clulm of Fifteen " ' 00 It is said (Jould sunk $5000 a week In sustaining the New York World. The order for the court martial of Paymaster Wasson has been tempo rarily suspended. ' The Fort Worth Democrat has been bought by Mr. Haelzle, late city editor of the Gazette. Is it not time for explanations all around as to late declarations concern ing penitentiary matter ? The winds yesterday and last night were somewhat of a relief from the " sweltering before the dog days. " TnE late exploit of the steamship Alaska, it is thought, settles it that the Atlantic may be crossed in five days. Judge Wylie is satisfied thirty days more will be required to finish the second chapter in the star route trials. Joseph Brady's mother threatened to disown him if he gave the govern ment any information preceding hi execution. Col. Moore, of Georgia, has just sold his Ophir gold mines, nea...

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. — 24 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEX A. New England Democratic jour nals are almost unanimous in their demand for tari fl reform . Laiiok numbers of cattlo have been driven from Arkansas to the prairies of western Texas. The state teacher's association ineeta this year at Galveston on June 2tith, and continues in session four days.. . Congressman Keagan has so im proved by his stay at the Arkansiis Hot Springs that he has. laid aside his crutches. The people of Hreckt:uridge,T.-xas, held a meeting altout two weeks since, and agreed to enter into a bond to contribute 810,000 towards the es tablishment of a J'rebbyterian uni versity at that place. The peoplu of .Brown wood gave Elder X. T. Uyars a reception in that place on Friday, it being his seventy fifth birthday. The declaration of Texas indepenlence was signed jn his house in Washington, Texas, March 2, 183(5. There is trouble in the Democratic camp of Pennsylvania, as well as in New York. It seems that Governor Futtison made some appoint...

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. — 24 May 1883

3 M THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. rEXA Mexico must resort to fiat money or reorganize its revenue system. Since reformation is the order of ' the day it is suggested that it is time to reform the pulpil Fiom May" 1882 toT May 1883 the American Tract society distributed 77,000,000 pages of printed matter. So fa ii the people of New York city fail to give the necessary fund to secure a base for holding Bartholdi's goddess of liberty. It is suggested that there ought to be protection for the infant industry at Tewksbury the human hide tan ning establishment. When will Sherman and Ilayes and the other Republican saints start a "boom in favor of a monument to the memory of Eliza Pinkston. ; Conkling thinks that with only three northrern states to depend on the Republican party will have to hand in its checks and retire. From the way ltoscoe Conkling has lately stirred up the monkey it cannot be said any longer that he has lost his grip on popular opinion. The civil service commission is in deep...

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. — 24 May 1883

1 J" w I ! i THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TIIUSKDAY MAY 24, 1883 Hiscock is named as the Republi can leader in the new house. ' TnK next session of the suprume lodge, Knights of Honor, will ! held In Chicago. May 2. 1884. The Republican organs are most abusive of Governor Butler, but they fail to sustain abuse with proof of misconduct. The Western Union telegraph com pany has 4G00 miles of operated wire In Texas, twice as much as it had three' years ago. . j . Senator Mahone claims that his ' relations with the administration are entirely harmonious, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. j The constitutionality of the act of the Tennessee legislature making gambling a felony is to be tested in the supreme court of that state. Texas slaughtered beef la now taken to New Orleans in refriger ating cars and is offered for sale at the French market, where it is bought as a great delicacy. An oculist of Baltimore removed a p ece of steel from the interior cham ber of the eye with a pow...

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. — 24 May 1883

fee Siiil for EiGfyMy. Read, Mark and Inwardly Digest. ahiirvrVa w. Ma., .Ian. 14. iho. 1 have been verv sick for-overtwo years. and given up a past cure. I tried Uie most Kktllful phyxic-iaai, liut tlinv dl.l not mash the wiim part. Mv lung ami heart would UN up verv flight' an.l illstiM e very hurt. I lHt my children I never should die m p'iee uulil i hiul tried Hop ltiilr.-i. I look t iMjttles. J'li.-y bellied "e Prv l"u,tl tiitlwJ. I took I wo more, mid uni ni'll 'Iheiv was l Ki. k folka h.-n- who miw how they niu-ea me. ?l-K itilHd lirrr woo ikih uun mkj - - - , and tln-v niwd UiPni and are cured, and feel an iitaiikitu hh i no. Mltrt. Ji.'LIA O.CLttHlNO. Battmc f'RKKK Mi. h...lan. ni.tton. I have used seven hott le of Hop Bitters. Wliti.h have cured me of a severe chronic riltll cully of the kidney, called Brigiit' disease by the doctor. . Kohnkv Pkabmon. WaI.HKND. Has.. Dee. 8, 1891. 1 write to Inform you what grat relief Igot from taking your Hop Hitler. I was sntfer Ing wit...

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. — 24 May 1883

1- r fHE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. From Sunday's Daily.J DEPARTMENT IVOTES. Latest Items of Interest. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Gov. Ireland yesterday received from Gov. Bate, of Tennessee, a copy of resolutions of the legislature of that state, inviting co-operation by the legislature of Texas in inaugurat ing a riational centennial celebration of the inauguration of George Wash ington, as. president of the United States, which it is proposed to hold in 1889 in the city of New York, as the place where he was inaugurated. The nhiwt is to secure ariropriations by the several states to make the cele bration of a suitable national character. -Arnohsr other things the resolutions recite-that the assembling" citizens nt nil th states aud territories, ana 01 all th nat ions, will afford means of educational information not other tvixt altai liable. Gov- Ireland replied that the matter wmilrl-lrfi brought to favorable atten tion atihe next meeting of the legis- latureo . - -.".STATE department...

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. — 24 May 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. From Thursday's Daily.! DEPARTMENT SOTES. ' Latest Items of Interest. comptroller's department. Ex-Comptroller Brown and hia chief rfftrk whiln in office, Mr. Sneed, are still engaged in going over the books, papers and accounts of his adminis tration of its affairs. In the meantime Comptroller b wain has deemed it his duty to the public to have a statement made from the books of his predecessor as he finds them, subject of course to such cor rection as Mr. Brown and his chief clerk may bo able to establish as proper. The statement rendered Comptroller Swain by his chief book keeper after careful investigation shows debts against Mr. Brown's administration of the office of $10, 800.75, subject to credits of special deposits of $4000 and 81320.64, making 85320.64, which amount the state treasurer's deputy, Mr. Wortham, in forms us is in the treasury to Mr. Brown's credit, having been placed there some time ago to make' good any supposed deficit in Brown'...

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. — 24 May 1883

Sdfitlii for NwMi Read, Mark Mi Uurtlj Bitot. AHinsrRN'AM. MaKH., .Ian. 14, 1880. I have Iieen very sick for over two years, aii'l was given up ax past cure. I tried tli most skillful physicians, but tliey did not reali the worst part. My lungs and heart would 1111 up every night and distress me very hail. I told my children I never should diciu peace until I had tried Hop Bitters. I took two bottles. They helped ine very much indeed. I took two more, and am well . '1 here was a lot of k-k folks here who saw how they cured me, and they used them and are cured, and feel as thankful as 1 do. J1ks.Jli.ia U.CUhhim;. Batti.kCkkkk. Mich., Jan. 3I,1kw. I have used seven bottles of Hop Hitters, which have cured ine of a severe chronic diili eidty of the kidneys, called Bright disease by the doctors. liOKNKV I'kaiison. Wai.HK.vi, Kan., lee. 8, im. I write to Inform you what great relief I cot from taking your Hop Bitters.. I was sulier liu with neuraliria. dvsnensia. Kervous delid itv. and w...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1883

14 V, V I -lO Ut -? : r i u " U J V a r )1 V X, the statesman: AUSTIN, TEXAS. TERMS ; Single Copy. neie con; ub of Tt per year... . Clubs of Ten, to one PmUiBIcb. ... S2 00 ... 17 80 ... 2S-00 ... 32 60 Oulw of Fifteen Clubs of Twenty. r THE RESOURCES, CIVILIZATION . ATD PROGRESS OF TEXAS" BY COUNTIES. ..' - Examined on Foot and' In the Saddle. BY W. C. HKIX'HKK, Or nBOIWIETOWjtf, TEX., . Entered according' to' act of Congress in the year 1883, by W. C Belcier, in the office ' ' ' , ' the Librarian of Congress, at .Washington. " . . ' :; RUSK COtJiS'TY. ' ' , AN INVITING FIELD FOR " CAPITAL " ", AND LABOR A HOME-FOR THE POOR ;.. AND A FORTUNE FOR THE INDUS ' " TRIOUS ONE HUNDRED COLD ', SPBINOS EXCELLENT FIJfANCIAL i CONDITION SOILS AND TIMBER . : X.UXURIANT WILD NATIVE CLOVER " HEALTHY COUNTRY IRON; POT- TER'S CLAY AND COAL FRUITS OF . ALL KINDS. . CULTIVATED PRO ; DUCTS BCPEIUOR. EDUCATIONAL ' - ADVANTAGES-i-VALUABLE STATI TICAL INFORMATION RAILWAY FACILITIES , AND. , BALANCE -OK ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1883

J - TH STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXA And now the call it snivil service. Ex-Gov. Johx McEnery's Lou. isiana land grab amounts to 92,281 acres; so th Picayune foots it up. It is suggested that in divorce suits, where adulVry is charged, the offen der's case shall be put in the hands of the grand jury. The False Prophet of the Soudan has not been so badly crushed as the reports implied. He is making things lively in Upper Egypt. One of "the best evidences that it requires brains of no ordinary sort to run a newspaper is, that Jay Gould f ailed as a newspaper man. Keim's sole fault, it appears, was that he was a stalwart. The presi dent has forgotten his friends. It Is likely they will remember him. The introduction of the American hog into Germany disturbs the minds of a great many people. No wonden there are so many hogs in American society. That mind does not pay as well as matter is shown in the fact that Sul livan can make more money on a single prize fight than any hard working editor c...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1883

J IJE STATESMAN.! AUSTIN. TEXAS. From Thursday's Dally.l DEPARTMENT NOTES. Latest Items of Interest. DEPARTMENT OK EDUCATION. Secretary B iker of the hoard of ed Ul'Mluu una uutu iriiv ivtun 1115 i-ular: Dear Sir: The state board of ed iicatiou has appointed you principa of a bummer normal institute for I teachers, as will appear iroin rtrculais sent this day to your ad dress. When you file a satisfactory report in this olliee you will receive from the state, in compensation for your services, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars. THo .l.ionr nf tha institute la to - I 1IU V "J n V . ' - 'aui i ..ianna arul art nf teahinir ' w u - CJ ucuurcJing to the latest improved method, and you are required to de vote the entire term to that purpose You will open the institute on the becond day of July and continue it for a term of four weeks. The hoard must look to you to notify the teach eiB in your dL-trict. Urge them to7 attend your institute, and make it an honor to the great cause of ...

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. — 31 May 1883

4 THE i r STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THUSRDAY - MAY 31, 1883 The war between the alopaths and the homcepaths is bringing out points as to the capability of both to kilL Mrs. Blaine designates the presi dent as "the New York dude in the White House." Now we know just what Mr. Blaine thinks about him. A bill prohibiting free passes be ing granted to any one except railroad employes and officers passed the New York assembly before adjournment- It is asserted by some, and denied by others, that Secretary Chandler still gives allegiance to Blaine. While Bomesayhe(is a serpent in Arthur's political household, others ussest that in going into the cabinet he signed away his old friendships. l. A treaty of peace Detween Chil and Peru has been signed and con firmed, the disputed provinces by its terms being ceded by I'eru to Chili for ten years; and their allegiance, after that period is to be left to a vote of the people of the provinces. Chili will be apt to retain them perma nently. Gen. Ck...

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. — 31 May 1883

I J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - TEXAS. From Sunday's Daily. THE HUillEK COURTS. f Reported by J. J. Lane. Court of Appeals. Business was disposed of yesterday as follows: W. W. Tierce vs. state; from Bosque county. Currying pistol. Certiorari granted. Terrell et al vs. Kellogg: ; from Wise county. Two cases. Ailirmed on cer tificate. L. & II. Blum vs. Egan & Bro.; from Hood county. Affirmed. L. Hernandez vs. state; from Nue ces county. Charge of theft. Af firmed. Freburg, Klein & Co. vs. Foeman & Kay; from Shackelford county. Af firmed. V. Martinez vs. state; from Nueces county. Charge of theft. Affirmed. Wilson, surety, vs. ' state; from Bosque county. Affirmed. Lee vs. Denman; from Coleman county. Affirmed. K. A. McWhorter et al vs. state; forfeited bond; from Navarro county. Reversed and remanded. Shaunessy vs.Le Gierse & Co.; from Mitchell county. Keversed and re manded. Galveston, Harrisburg and San An tonio railway company vs. Jas. M. Tenegue; from Kinney. Kev...

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. — 31 May 1883

I IK STATESMAN U'MIN - ricXAS. In our court rei orts appears the full text of a rule of practice, estab lished by the supreme court, as to mo tions to affirm on certificates not heretofore expressed in any written opinion. While some sectious of the state have been blessed with bountiful rains the country about Austin is very dry and growing crops are suffering in conseauence in a manner that will tell seriously in their product. A good deal of corn is already seriously damaged, and comoua rains would even now fail to make it productive. Proper cultivation, wherever it ha3 been Dracticed. is telling. Subsoil- in is the best insurance for good crops. It prevents the land becom ing too dry without rain and too wet with it. ' Thkre is a growing impression that Charles A. Dana, editor of the New York Sun, desires to be presi dent of the United States, and hopes to inherit the political capital of Samuel Jones Tilden good will, trade-mark, and unavenged wrongs. He regards Governor Grover...

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. — 31 May 1883

. s. THJi lktST kSli BEST, Remedy Erer Made. It Is Com pounded from IJopa, Ma!t, Iiuclin, Mandrake and Dandelion. The oldest, best, most renowned and valu able medicine in the world, and in addition it contains all the best and most effective cura tive properties of all other remedies, being the greatest liver regulator, blood purifier, and life aud health restoring agent on earth. It gives new life and vigor to the aged and Infirm. To clergymen, lawyers, literary nieu, Indies, and nil whom sedentary employments cause irregularities of the Blood, Stomach, Bowels, or Kidueys, or who require an appe tizer, Umic. and mild stimulant, it fs invaluable, being highly curative, tonic aud stimulating, without being Intoxicating. No matter what your feelings or symptoms are, or what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters. Don't wait until you are sick, but f you only leel bad or miserable use the bitters at once. It may save your life. Hundreds have been saved by so doing, at a moderate c...

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. — 31 May 1883

1 Continued front-First Yng.i school is in charge of Prof. L. II. Matthews. One of the, oldest Luai- ness nrins is White & Harris, dealers in general merchandise.. Eighteen, years .ago its business - was com ' tnenr.f!. The senior Dartner takes an 'interest in planting, and has 1551 acres of land, of which, about 600 acres are in cultivation. . . - ' i , l,J)r8.rtAiVvrri andXiOuwfyure the physicians relied on in sickness; :..mnHfactuTerol vegetable chill puis that contain no calomel, quinine,.or. '. " arsenic; will cure or money refunded; ....a -i. by-mail for one dollar per box. t m-. ' -' C.E.WOOD is. CO. is a new firm, which has recently ' taken a favorable stand in the businesi . .. . world. It offers for sale general mer- - - chandise, - embracing , everything." Should its prosperity eaualilajenergy, '- -"""its future will not be uncertain. For the accommodation of mechan- ics,'"We refer to TYT. Culver, who is a - thrifty blacksmith and ,: w6jd work '''Dian; 'repairs' " wag...

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. — 7 June 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN, TEXAS. TERMS ; Single Copy, per year Chilis of Ten, to one f otoftlce.. Club of Fifteen " " Clubs of Twenty " .92 00 .17 50 .. 00 M i 80 The fare across East River bridge is one cent. The insurance premium for crossing is high. Judge Tiiukmak believes that the Democrats will carry the state ticket, and a majority of the legisla ture in Ohio this fall, and the judge is not one who is in the, habit of making idle boasts or talking to kill time. Tiierk are to be elected in Minne sota this fall a governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, attorney general and rail road commissioner, and all the present incumbents are said to be desirous of nomination. ' The council of the Democratic union veterans, at a meeting in San Francisco, on Tuesday evening, pro posed to extend their organization to ; all parts of the United States. Gen. Ilosecrans will be made head of the organization with the view, it is be lieved, of giving him a presidential boom...

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 June 1883

HM HE STATESMAN U8TTN TEXAS. ' "Beware Of poker" would appropriate legend over the of the temporary capitol. be an portal ; Maiionk promises to deliver Vir- tinia to Mr. Arthur, but h insists that in return, and in advance, all that ia Dunnhiipin in Virmnia must e 19 mvj'OWMv o turned over to him. i Bob. Ihoeksoll is satislied to be hung himself should he fail to hang the star route jury. The country m Lmou-hut iTwiinml to believe it is OULUG llM 'fixed" as CoL Bob wants it. Section 5459 of the revised statutes of the United States forbids, under rmmilitlea of not more than two years' imDrisonment or tine not exceeding onm t.h mutilation or defacement of coins. It don't make a bit of difference to the British parliament what the busi ness on hand may be, it always ud- nrhv dav. A horse race is there more important than Irish race or any other race. the The following named Republicans are hankerinir after the empty honor of nomination for speaker of the next house:' Keiler.of Ohio; I...

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 June 1883

A COMTOBTt era Kalpy Hide t'onn.ry i h Jul1 riu Tell Hhl He Think or "X i -Mom People. ' "I wish to gracious some people would learn when they aieed .doctor and when they don't," exclaimed Dr. K. , as he entered his house In a cosy little village In the Interior of the state of New York, after a tedious night ride of many miles. "1 have been down among the mountains to see a man, who the messenger said was very sick and not likely to live till morning, unless he had Immediate ' help, and found him suffering from a rather harp attack of colic, which his family might have relieved In ten minutes If they had a grain of sense and two or three simple reme dies In the house. But no; they must remain ignorant as pigs, and when the least ache or pain takes them, send for a doctor, whether they evr pay him or not." "Why, doctor, what kind of simple reme dies, as you call them, do you expect people to keep In the bouse?" asked his wife as she poured him a cup of hot tea. . "in this case," ans...

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 June 1883

HE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Kansas is to have convention. a constitutional Horatio Seymour says "the tariff is the leading issue in American poli tics." The D nver Tribune calls ex-Senator Tabor at once the shame and de- i - . e i. i ,1 risioa ui. vuiui uiu Democratic policy is to lessen taxation and revise the tariff in the interest of American labor. The Inter-Ocean estimates that the people of Chicago drink in one year liquors worth $)X),000,0Q0. Mahone's greatest consolation in seeing power slipping from his grasp is that Dezendorf got left. The Bulletin says that the incorpo ration of the town of Burnet is not killed but simply scotched." Not free trade, but freer trade, ob serves the San Francisco Examiner, is what the Democrats demand. Charley Foksteu's ambition is to be president of the United States. He will never have his desire grati . fied. ' R. B. Hays, the well-known road commissioner of Fremont. Ohio, is a candidate for re-election to that im portant oflice. An exchan...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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