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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The State Unirersltj. There was a meeting of the board of regents of the university of Texas yesterday. Tresent: Col. Ash Del Smith, president, and Dr. T. D. Woo ten, Dr. IS. Iladra, J udge James Clark, Col. M. W. Carnett and CoL E. J. Sim kins, members, and A. 1. Wooldrige, Ksq., secretary of the board. Mr. Ru iini, architect for the buildings of the university was also present during the lattej part of the proceedings. A great deal of business of detail character looking to the opening of the university promptly on the loth of September was transacted. The following statement was ob tained from the comptroller, as to the present condition of the availa ble linances of the university: Interest on the permanent univer sity fund becomes due on January, July, March and September each year. On funds now constituting the per manent university fund the annual interest is as follows: July 1,1883 $10,177 29 September, 1883 805 00 January, 1884 10,177 29 March,...

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. — 7 June 1883

J):- ml THE STATESMAN; I AUSTIN. - - TEXAS. states of 'Subscription to Daily: Daily. 910 per annum, U paid In advance. Per mouth, f 1.00. Advertising Bates furnished on application. All papers will be stopped when the term ol subscription expires, unless otherwise ordered. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. Gaines, President and Manager. Eastern agency of the Statesman No. 150 Nassau street. New York. Azro OoB In charge THURSDAY - JUNE 7. 1883 It 13 thought the Harrison presi dential tioom has subsided. St. Louis has funded a debt of iwenty-thwe millions of dollars. Hon. Charles Gibson, of Ala bama, father of Hon. Chas. Ii. Gibson, of this state, is dead. The sire was a noble and true man, and in these re spects the son is not unlike the father, The reunion of Ector's and Ross' brigades of Fitzhugh's Eleventh Texas cavalry and several other com mands of ex-Confederates is to be held at McKinney on the 7th and 8th of August next. Conkling is pronounced incurably defeated by the ...

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. — 7 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The man who wants to be United Stales senator from New Hampshire must pay roundly for the property. The pluck of Kentucky Republi cans i.s shown in the fact that Hon. William Cassius Goodloe wants to be governor of that state. Ex-Governors St. John and An thony, of Kansas, are after Mr. In galls seat in the senate. It is safe to assume that St. John will get lelt. ' Freddie Gebhardt took the in sult from Sanford, and it is said that unless he resents it at once he will be expelled from the New York clubs. Georgia is after establishing a school of technology. A committee has been appointed to visit the north ern institutions and report to the next legislat ure. The developments in Mexico con tinue to be the subject of wide com ment. They have been costly to the government, but in the end they must pay enormously. Gen.' McClellan refuses to be interviewed, because he is out of poli tics. That is the condition with all the old-timers, but it is not one of ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 June 1883

8 i i HE SOUTHERN STATES. ilare Folk, of Brownsville, Term., (invented a spiral windmill, -- li will run street and tram rifli w a f cars. At Grantville, Georgia, a boy plow ing in a tield turned up a gold watch and chain, 'supposed to have been buried there during the war. Owing to the wet season and cold weather, a large part of the peanuts planted in Virginia have rotted, and farmers are forced to replant or to abandon the crop, lhe outlook is said to be very unfavorable. A gentleman of Tallahassee, Flu., put up a fruit evaporator last week, to utilize the blackberry crop and fruits of all kinds. The capacity of the machine is twenty-five bushels per day. Vicksburg Post : The grit or sand which is taken from the artesian well now in course of construction at the Flowerree Ice-works, at a depth of Of ICO feet, is composed chieriy of minute shells, and corresponds exact ly with "bottom" such as is found in the ocean, hundreds of miles from land. Mrs. Ewing (colored), of Franklin, T...

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. — 14 June 1883

f f HI 12 STATESMAN.! AfSTiy, TKXAtt. TEKM3 : Sliigle Copy, jkt year .' 2 00 .luijoi leu, 10 one rouomce Clulmof J-'irteen CluOs ol Twenty. 17 00 ..25 00 .'.32 50 The duty ou op uni will be in creased from six to ten dollars per pound July 1. Mils. Lanutry has a $23,000 dia mond necklace, presented to her by her own Freddie. And now Postmaster Xally, of At lanta, Ga., is behind in his accounts eight thousand dollars. A City ok Mexico letter says Americans are swarming to Mexico in great numbers, either for business or pleasure. Tile IJrcnharu Banner urges the adoption of the proposed con stitutional amendments. The state Sunday school conven tion is to assemble at Fort Wnrth on the twenty-second of this month. The example of Senator Gibbs might be followed by others. He will canvass his district for the adoption of the constitutional amendments. It is believed that Judge Iloadly will be the gubernatorial nominee of the Ohio Democrats; and if so he will most certainly be elected. The...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 June 1883

HE STATESMAN AU81IN TEXAS. HAKVAKD conferred the degree of LL. D. on his fraudulency, H. li. Hayes, and yet its motto Js " Veritiis." Thk Compte io l'aris has published in Paris the fifth and sixth volumes of his history of the American civil war. No true university fixes a stand ard of scholarship for admission. The age standard should be fixed high. and the scholarship will take care of itself. Mrs. Lanotry sends to her hus band in Wales 3 3a. weekly. She draws so heavily on Gebbie that she can afford to remember the cast off husband. The ltepublican papers, hardly without an exception, endorse the course of the overseers of Harvard university in refusing to confer on Governor Butler the degree of LL. D, The New York Sun believes babes are now living who will see ten mil lion people living on Manhattan Island, and in support of this belief it states that the population is now sixty-four times as great as it was at the beginning of the century. It 4s estimated that the 2,443.148 ac...

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. — 14 June 1883

i 1 ) V ) TUK STATESMAN. AI'STIN. TKXArt. THE HltiliLli CODKTS. (Reported byJ. J. Lane.) (AUSTIN TKK.M I8S3.J synopsis OP OPINIONS kendered. Parties desiring Information upon matters concerning the higuer courts will receive such by wriiiuK our court reporter. TUESDAY. Supreme Court. Hou. A. H Willie, chief justice; Hons. J. W. Slaytou.C. . West, associates; C. Worse, clerk. John A cere, appellant, vs. Eliza Muyue ; lroin Clay county. suit or tresspass to try title to 640 acres of land. Held : Tfw district court erred in tinally excluding- from the consid eration of the jury, the appellant's chain ol' title to the land in suit der ived through the liuflalo llayou, Bra zos aud U railway coiupauy, aim iuo tialveston, llarrisburjf and iSan Anto iiio railway colupany, as its successor. t;ase citea in 42 Texas reports, in wlii.-h the court held that the Texas una racilic railway company succeeded to the charter privileges and rights of - the Southern Pacific railway company. As to Ella M...

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. — 14 June 1883

mc STATESMAN ' AbtrriN TEXAS. TIIXJRSDAY - June 14, 1883 The constat utionnl amendments are to be-voted on August 14th. Congressman Mills delivers the annual address at theAnnapolisAead- . Ueneb ALT! rant thinks Loth Blaine and Logan strong men for the Repu- blican nomination- 1 , ; A grand fireman's tournament for the entire 'union' Will "be held at Jo llet, Illinois, on the21stf this month. Mahone in all his glory can not hoklhia Wh in Virginia, even with the administration backing him. Poor boss, poor administration ! - Virginia's democratic convention meets at Lynchburg on J uly 25 next, At the 'November election one-half nt t.h state senators and all of the house of delegates will be chosen. Five young women, the other day, received the degree of doctor of med icine from the New York Woman's medical college. It is said several young ladies will ask admission to the New Orleans medical college, when its session begins this fall. Henry WabdBeecher isgoingto be seventy years old o...

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. — 14 June 1883

THE HIUHEIi.C OncTS. ' KKPOKlKI BV .t. J. USL AUSTIX TEKM, 1883. synopsis ok opinions bendered. Parties desiring infonnittioii Un matter!) concerning the higher courts will receive such by writing oiir court reixiner.j FRIDAY. Supreme Court. Wui. Itedus. appellant, vs. Talia ferro Uuruett, appellee; from Jlexar county. The court in this case gave no charge of its own to the jury, but contented itself with giving ana re fusing such instructions as were asked bv the respective parties. The instructions asked by each party are not siirned as they should be by the partv or his counsel. It is only by reference to- the records that the court learns that certain instructions were sriven that were asked by the appellee. There are eighteen assign ments of error, but few of which the court deem it necessary to consider. All those assignments, which being in question: The legality of Unorig inal appointment and qualilication of appellant as executor; the action of the chancery court in renderi...

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. — 14 June 1883

VlI'E STATESMAN. AUSTIN. ThXAS. Thk administration at Washington is unloading itself of Chalmers. Fifty young niidshipme. have just been graduated at the Ann;ipolia Aca demy. Justice Field is reported as say ing the Democrats are going to win in 1884. If the disorganizing element pre vail look out for nepotism even in university management. The status of the doctors remains unchanged, the Americiin Medical Association having einphacised tht old code of ethics. The Tiltk n uien are going to con centrate, if possible, on McDonald They are as determined as ever to hold Mr. Hendricks down. Says Mr. Carlisle: Kevenue for the government with incidental pro tection for labor, but no bounty foi capital, is the policy demanded by tht iutelligance and patriotism of the country. Congressman-elect Jeffokis, ol Mississippi, who is a republican, say Chalmers must come squarely intc the g. o. p. if he would gain office by republican votes. We had sus pected that Chalmers was already as irnoit a. r...

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. — 14 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The man who keeps on saying he is out of politics is but hinting that he ought to be put in again. Register Bbuce disapproves the word "colored" as apologetic. of He wants to be known as a negro, and is proud of the distinction. Tiie citv government of New Or leans receives an immense revenue fmm th sale of rieht-of-wav for street railways. All cities should charge for such right. The London Court Journal says the fashion now is to have dark hair blue eyes, not a particle of color in the face, with bins as red as a cherry. Art puts all things within the reach of the fashionable. Senatou Sherman will direct the Ohio campaign, and should the lie- mililicana win in that Htat.a this fall the fact will be used as an argument for making him the Republican nominee in 1884 for the presidency. It is said by the officers of the De partment of Agriculture that hog cholera has practically been extermi nated. Unsuccessful attempts have been made for weeks to secure ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 14 June 1883

0 j iiSaLLijjEOt'S.MittEKS lSD i A correspondent of Uio Milliters Journal recommenda the electric light as a means of destroying: cotton worms, which are attracted by it in countless numbers and could be easily destroyed. t 'S An Indiana man started out to write 25,000 words on a postal card and hanged himself after writing 13, 000. The people out there are waiting for some other idiot to come along and finish the job. TVia oui.in nf turn nHrtt miners who took the place of strikers was blown up by giant powder, the explosion killing one of the miners and a girt. It was a dastardly outrage, but not worth a cent to party organs, as it oc curred in Iowa. The New York Mail and Express, referring to the Nashville drill, sug- hti on annnul n ;it inn nl drill lie scow bunv iui --- established, to te held at New York every third year, and to alternate be tween the west and south the other two years. As Illustrating the foreign fruit business in New York it is stated that about 3,000,000 pin...

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. — 21 June 1883

r- I T THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TERMS : Hiupl Copy, per year....... , 2 00 Clubs of Ten. to one Fostofflce 17 80 Clubs of Fifteen, to one rostoflice 29 00 Clul of Twenty, U) one Fostoftice 'St CO Gov. Hubbard has been trying to induce the bhermanites to take stock in his narrow guage system. It begins to look as though Secre tary Chandler is the revivified spirit of the Robeson navy. It begins to look as though they v are are going to lock tne aoor oi me iw pWjJJcan sanctuary against Mahone. r is said tne decision oi jusucb Miller in the Arlington case has given him much popularity in AVashington city" Tiie male (so called) Langtry is pensioned by the Lilly at 815 per week. Treddie (Jebhardt audits and pays the account. Brazos bottom planters, says the "Waco Examiner, are annoyed with a new pest, a grasshopper the size of a man's thumb. The proceedings of the star route trial, printed in small type, cover over 6000 pages, octavo size, or about 4,250,000 words. A correspondent o...

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. — 21 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. W. W. Sahdees, a young lawyer of Bonham Is charged with perjury. Thk construction of the iron fur nace connected with the Rusk peni tentiary has begun. The Comanche Chief Bays that the ore of the Russell silver mines, near Mineral Wells, assays $00 to the ton. For thirty years the electoral vote of Ohio has been cast for the Demo cratic nominee for the presidency. Gen. Toombs, of Georgia, plead, as he said, his last law case last week, and he thinks it will be his last pub lic speech. Ee-Confedebate General Rog er A. Pbtob is an enthusiastic sup porter of Governor Benjamin F. IJut er for the presidency. The Iowa Democrats declare for a tariff for revenue only. They talk out squarely, and that is the way for victory to be won. The Washington Star says Demo cratic papers are aroused by the earnestness with which Republican suDDort Mr. Randall for the i speakership. The Pennsylvania legislature in taking a ten days recess at public ex pense has raised a ho...

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. — 21 June 1883

Special Telegrams. Sax Maiiciw, June lit. The colored people o :his coiuitv met mi the Klaiico. three miles from town, in celebrate their emancipation dav. U'vy Krvhi. colored, one of the orators ot ihe d:iv, fell oil ihe stand while spiking and broke his neck. Cause, congestion of tlie brain. He died iu fifteen minutes. i .. to tha Hfutript. ennrt 1i:ih niAitniiAiiiH fiiiin - - got throuKU with the criminal dixiket by send ing six persoi s, all colored, to tlie penilerw ""iTstrlct Attorney Alex. Stednian will marry Miss Kowleit.of Carthage, to-morrow at that place. . The thermometer is away up in the nineties and the lee facrory is out ol fix, and we have not got a pound of ice in this c-uy. Houston, June lfl. The criminal court was engaged all tlie fnrenuon to-day in tlie trial of C'aTvm Smith, colored, charged witli tlie liiur ilerof anotlier negro named William Moore. Tlie killing occurred over a year ago at a negro festival out on Cypress. The jury found the man guilty, and ass...

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. — 21 June 1883

y UK STATESMAN. AUSTIN - TEXAS. THURSDAY June 21, 1883 Tiie Hood Brigade reunion will be at Crockett June 27. The proposed Foraker boom not boom worth a cent. does The Kentucky court of appeals has refused the application for a new trial for Ellis Craft. Ex-Treasurer I'olk, of Tennes see, is said to be likely to get $150,- 000 per annum from the Mexican mines in which he invested the state's money. "Vattek80N has disposed of Mr. Tilden, and now the world is anxious ly waiting for him to tell who is to be thn coming man. Tray, must it be fr. McPaldV olorado Citizen is free to ad , that the "gentlemen who makes laws for us should certainly have set better examples." It has been c templating those poker indictments, It must be enpicted that somebody r--will always growl, but when a fuss is J raised abo .t the asylum board at let J rell naming iDr. "Wallace, as super intendent of the new lunatic asylum the maifestation is decidedly currish, ' J idgk Maltbee very properly re fused to con...

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. — 21 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THE HIGHER COUlCTS. REPOBTKO BT J. 3. LANK. Supreme Court. AUSTIN TERM, 1883. SYNOPSIS OK OPINIONS RENDEKKD. Parties desiring information ukiii matters concerning the liinlier courts will receive sucD ly riting our court re port er. FRIDAY. The following cases were decided yesterday : S. C. Upham vs. W. W. Chapman, iroin Hill county; judgment affirmed. West, A. J , t, A. M. Wilson vs. M. C. and J. S. Helms etal, from Collin county ; re versed and rendered :'for appellant. Stay ton, A. J. li. S. Willis vs. Leavis Moore etal, from Falls county allirmed. A. J. Stayton. A. J. Wm. Wahomond et al vs. C. II. Merritt et al, from Tom Green county, reversed and reformed, so as to decree the entire 640 acres of land subject to the lien, and ordered sold lor its satisfaction. Willie, C. J. Opinions of the court of commis sioners of appeals were adopted in the following cases: John li. Shearn vs. J. S. Davis, from Coryell county; judgment reversed and rendered. Opin...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 June 1883

.....a.. THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - TEXAS. Mining in Colorado is being re tarded by the presence yet of great quantities of snow on the mountain and consequent cold weather. The greenback lalor party, of Ohio was just forty strong in coven tion assembled. Could their party be successful, they might resolve them selves into forty theives. The Ohio Greenbackers have a state ticket in the field. They are running for office to uphold one of their very strongest principles inor dinate thirst for greenbacks as official perquisites. The Dallas Times believes, since Brother Penn returned from Califor nia to Texas without a great flour ish of trumpets, that he did not make much of an impression on the sinners oi that far off region. Some of the people of New Mexico want the capital removed from Santa Fe. Would it not be well to let the ancient city continue in this honor. Removal of a capital is no very profit able thing to the people. On the 20th of this month the Knights of Honor will celebr...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS, There are fiO.OOO Free Masons and TOO lodges in New York city. New Orleans has warded off yel low jack, but it has an epidemic of that horrid disease smallpox. Tiik latest statistics give the population of Mexico at 10.001,884 which is divided as follows: 1,882,52 Caucasians. 3.7Ci5.054 American In- lians, 4,254,308 mixed blood. It is stated, on what authority we do not know, that J. W. Throckmor ton and J. F. Miller, have announced their preference of John Hancock for speaker. For second choice Mr. Mil ler prefers Carlisle. Chalmers may as well consider his occupation as a politician gone, When two such organizations as the Republican and Democratic parties of Mississippi combine against a man, he may as well hunt the woods. Hon. George V. Julian has pub lished a letter charging Carl Schurz, as secretary of the interior under his fraudulency, Hayes, with conveying to railroad corporations land which did not belong to them. This letter of Mr. Julian's b...

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. — 21 June 1883

I i i t on Executions in Germany. J - The recent execution in lierlin of the coachman, Conrad, for the brutal murder of his wife and fo'ir children, has led to tha publication in the Ger man newspapers or some interesting statistics relative to the infliction of the death penalty in Germany, be tween lbt4 and 188 inclusive, of 218 persons condemned to decapitation, twenty-six were executed; but be tween 1809 and 1878, although no less than 428 persons were condemned, none were executed; and the executions were only resumed after the attempt of Ilodel, who perished on the scaffold on August 16, 1878. In 1879 and 1880, however, there were no execntions, and In each of the years 1881 and 1882 there were but two This year Con rad is the second prisoner whose death sentence was carried into ef fect. The executioner's name is Krauts and he has four assistants, whose duty it is to divest the victim of his outer clothing and to bind him with leather thongs to the block. Krauts deals the fat...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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