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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 June 1884

f HE STATESMAN; AUSTIN, i J I TEXAS. KANSAS DEMOCRACY. Topeka, KAns., May 28. The state democratic convention to elect dele gates to the national convention, met at 4 o'clock to-day. J. S; Bufriss; of Johnson county, was elected tempor ary chairman, who, in a brief speech, pronounced for tariff reform. lie hoped the greatest po'it leal crime enacted in 1876-77 would not be forgotten, and that the nation al convention would nominate' S. J, Tilden and Thos. A. Ilendricks.which met witn mucn applause. The usual jjommittees were then appointed. The committee on resolutions rr porteJ the. following: itesolved, That the democracy of Kansas endorse and approve the tariff reiorrn measures and policies, as ex tressed in the address of JTnn. .T. n Carlisle on assuming the position of speaker oi tne national house oz rep resentatives. Resolved, that any system of taxa tinn which produces more than 81C3, 0C3 annual surplus, is an out rage on the people, and beneficial only to the cormorants who...

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. — 5 June 1884

j are me Most Bniliant, Pure and Perfect THKY ARB TRANSPARENT AND COLOHLKSS. as lltfht Itself and for softness and endurance to t be eye. Cannot be re lleri .enabling me wearer to read (or hours without fatigue, lu fact iney PERFECT 8IOHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all tha leadlne phvslcians in Texas, Governor. Henators. lKllatop. stockmen, men of note In all professions and In different branches of trade, bankers, me chanics, etc., can be (riven, who have had their sight Improved by their use. All of my sjMvtacle are stamped on frame: A. K. HAW ACS. PATEN I LA I tNblUlM brnilNli . rmki4l Eye-Glass Is the finest tn the world Recommended by the Medical Faculty throughout the country. vniM.tf.iin .unuul liv their use. Demand for these New FaUn Eye-glasses is dally tn- creasing from all and orders are now uuiug rctcijcu parts of the country. LONDON SMOKED GLA88ES ri A ttnf onH shailA These classes ..i,t hv mull to all parts of the of the United are htates. A i wrfw t lit warranted, ...

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. — 5 June 1884

1 tTTT? RT A TTT.SAf A N . i-VUSTIN, i i I I TEXAS. 'G6ED by detectives f&br York, May 31. A special fom Montreal says J no. C. Eno was . .t frested last evening at Quebec, on f e steamer Van Couver, which sails p-day for Liverpool. Detective Fahey as oeen on his track since t riaay, Ilowing him from Ottowa to lo ato, Montreal and Quebec. lie ar ei in Montreal Thursday, put up private boarding house under the toe of McCloskey, visited the offices leveral brokers, ana inquireu auoui iv York Quotations, lie win ar- ; here bv the Quebec boat to-mor- mnrnfnir. The lawyers believe lot be held unaer arrest, as ne '.nlv charired with the misappro- tipn of rifiney not an extradita offenser There was a large Mint of money and bonds in his session. Ilinckley is in Canada Jer the name of Harris. The Newspaper Train SnicAoo. Mav 31. The special J)ia furnished Washington corres- h.lnt,t. nA..ll.n K n Pkiain Ann. niton by the B. and O. li.lt. com )f, which left the capital yesterday -. IBrnin...

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. — 5 June 1884

TIIK WORlilJiGMEX. They Meet A;In at the Court House and Adjourn Without Action. At 9 o'clock last night tbe adjourned meeting of workingmen assembled at the county court house, Charles 1. Raymond in the chair, L. . Daniels acting as secretary. Alter the reading of the minutes nomina tions were declaired iu order. , Mr. ILHolley placed the name of Josephus Nalle before the meeting. Mr. M. II. Strong introduced the following : Resolved, By the citizens here as sembled, that we recognize in Mr. J. M. Odell a eentleman worthy in every way to fill the office of mayor. . ana we nereoy enaorse nis canuiuacy and pledge him our support at the polls, and during the canvass. Mr. A. C. Munson nominated Dr. Joseph CummiDgs. Mr, Ilolley spoke In favor of Mr. Nalle. Mr. Strone made an appeal in behalf of Mr. Odell. - Mr. C. D. Green seconded the nom , ination of Mr. Odell. Mr. Chas. McLaughlin nominated Col. Iiip Ford". - , CoL Stewart opposed making any nomination unless a bona ilde work v ing m...

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. — 12 June 1884

V' v V j if u n ires. Land Dealers and . Gessral Agea t$ 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, investments Made. . Prompt attention to all business in eneral Land office and other State De partmentd. Correspondence Solicited. .NOTICE. In pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court 01 me un'ieu Slates, m ana lor the Fifth Cir cuit and the Western District of the State at Austin, bearing date the 21st day of January, A. I). mm, and made in a certain cause in equity numbered M, wherein the Mercantile iruHi company is complainant and the Austin Northwestern Railroad Company et al. are defendants, the undersigned, as master ap IMiinted in said cause for that purj ose, Will be tween tile hours of 1 1 o'clock a in. and to'clock p.m weunemiay,the'2xth day of May, f, A.D..iiq USUI test bidder. lieforx the door f the county court- hoiiM: of the county of Tra...

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. — 12 June 1884

1 i THE STATESMAN. ' ACSTIN, t : : t TEXAS. lis Musi Bniliaf " Pro ani Perfect THEV ARB - TRANSPARENT AND COLORLKSS. .as light Itself and for softness and emluran e to the eye. Cannot be excelled .enablini; tn wearer to read for hours without fain, ue. I u laei uiey are PERFECT 8IGHT PRESERVERS. Testimonial from all the leading physician-) In Texas, (iovernors. Senators, 1-eK'slators xtockini'ii, men of ncte in a'l professions and in dilfeient branches of trade, hankers, me chanics, etc., can be given, who have had their sitciit improven ny tueir use. r All of ray spectacles are stamped on frame: 'PATENT EXTENSION SPRING Eye-Glass Is the fluent tn th world Tlscomroeuded by the Mellcal Faculty tlirouxiioui l"e country. No Irritation eansed by tlieir use. Demand - for these New Patent Kve-elasps is dallv in creasing and orders are now being rtceiyed , from all parts ol the country. LONDON SMOKED GLA8SE8 Of every lint and shade. These classes are dent by mall to all parte of the of the...

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. — 12 June 1884

CHICAGO. TEE AOOITY OYER AND THE PLUM I3D OIGHT OF MAIUII NOM- DtATED; The Fourth and Final Ballot Vlalne 538, Arthur . 201. Arthur, Like a Man, Tclo' graphs Ills Acquiescence and Support. Convention Fairly Ituns Over with Enthusiasm for the Standard Bearer 'b'au Given the Second Place n the Ticket by Accla Vnation, chicaoo, June 4. it was some thing after 11 o'clock when the con vention was called to order. Prayer was offered by Rev. Dr. John II. Barnes, of the First Presbyterian church, in the course of which he spoke of the vast moral and political changes which the nation had under gone as indicated by the presence of him who how bo worthily presided over he convention, and he asked a blessing on the race and the country ana the cause Which that gentleman represented. lie prayed that when the convention had dissolved it would have presented to the suffrages of the nation for the highest office in the people's gift, a candidate, who, in per sonal character, In devotion and duty, ...

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. — 12 June 1884

TIIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. "Who will care for congress now ? Upland cotton will be a full crop, Thk . patriots bused. are becoming en- Everything whirls at Chicago this morning. There was fun at yesterday. the convention There are some graphic situations in the local politics. TnE Statesman represents a fair share of business this morning. They had enthusiasm and gun powder both at Chicago on Friday. The favorite in the congressional race hasn't come to the- surface yet. ' O that the News could be In duced to support either Jim Blaine or John Ireland. The Examiner's eight page daily is now a very creditable paper indeed. It ought to ilourish. The Ban Antonio Light isn't hid under a bushel. Let it throw a ray or so at "Little" Jimmy in his darfc neas. It will pay to note the course of the Examiner under its new management, It promises to be a very vigorous paper. Blaine's nomination is satisfactory to Butler. The latter will have some thing to shoot at, and death loves a shining ...

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. — 12 June 1884

DOMESTIC. FROM GATES VI LLK. (J ATK8VM.I.R, June 4. This ercnlns Dr. Cun nlUKham, tin; well knowD plirpiioloiilst of Cory ell comity, drove Into thu rier unconscious of tho rise, lie lost Ms two horse. hack, hat and somo valuable paprs. wliicn lie win pi'j never recover, and it wan witli a leariui snug- .rl .n ........ The Kraudiuryaulourned this evening until ouiy 21. FROM SAX ANTONIO. Ban Awtoitio, June 4. Tho public gchoo exhibitions are in progress this week. The scholars evinco quito an Improvement. On tho 7th Hie closing exercises take place In tlie public hall. Dr. U IiuUspcth, of Bandera, died to-day of dropsy. The deceased was a brother 01 Mr. HiiilsiHith of the Handera Kiiternrim). Miss Ida Dohson of this city, married 0. B, HhmTi-ilk of Kl I'axo. vextertlav. Mm V. O. Kinir. New Orleans commissioner, lf.scallea ameeiinirof tho honorary commis sioners on the 20t.li to formulate plans for the work. FROM KYLE. 9tiLH, June . Capt Kyle Is busy working on his pond and will make ...

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. — 12 June 1884

THE STATESMAN. I TEXAS. Announcements. Flemino talks on his air brakes. without putting . Hancock's declination set the am bitious to thinking. Congressional ambitions are springing up all round. Senteb stirs up the monkeys whenever he points his faber pencil at 'em. Dallas can get up more marital tragedy in a given time than any place this side of Chicago. .Visitors to New Orleans will find The Statesman on file in the office of the Texas commissioner. , Senter, as an interviewer, is mucn like "Little Mack" used to be In his day, ana he is not a whit larger. The surprise is that a Dallas man has been found to confine himself to the modest allowance of two wives, not that he had two. Good heavens! am I really within reach ot a seat; in congress? is the thought which flitted yesterday through many a patriot's brain. Subscribe for TnE Statesman during the campaign. It will keep . . j i i 1 j ii you posteu wneiner you line iia pun- tics or not. .No live man can afford to be without it....

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. — 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...

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. — 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 w...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 . ...

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. — 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-...

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. — 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 characteristics,impre3sed 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 Mississ...

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. — 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...

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. — 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...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 82,500, 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...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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