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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1883

0 THE STATESMAN. Al'hTIN. TKXAB. DEPARTMENT ()TES. ! THUKSDA V. EXECUTIVE DKPAUTMENT. tiov. Iri lauil ami the other members of the board who awarded to Messrs. I'reston it Son the contract for the plan of the branch lunatic asylum were called upon yesterday by Mr. Ituflini who complained of the action taken by the majority of the board as unjust to himself and Mr. Andre- wartha. The governor takes the po- sition that the board acted in the in- terest of their state in accepting the proposition of Messrs. Preston & Son to conform their own plan to the views of the board The matter may lead to further controversy. COMPTKOIXEIl'S department. Assessment rolls were received by the comptroller yesterday from Grimes liobertson Medina Cherokee. Hays Freestene and McMullen coun- ties and are beinr examined by tlio assessment clerk Mr. Iiiley. The following tax collectors settled their accounts with the .comptroller: F. M. Coulson of Archer; li. C. Wright of Jlay; C. C. Dupree of Franklin...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1883

r - . ; ..-1 - iiim .r THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - AUGUST 23 1883. Kentucky is in a fair way to se- cure a new constitution. The solid concerns of Indianapolis did a wise thing in taking up the broken banks and relieving the finan cial distress. There is force and fact in the re- mark of the New York World that there is no trouble in legitimate busi- ness; it i3 illegitimate business that suffers. The storv of the discovery of .Noah's ark on Mount Ararat lacks fascinating stvle. Joe Mulhatton ought to have been engaged for the occasion. The Wall street squeze can hurt nobody but speculators and those do- ing business on false capital. There being no expansion there can be no collapse. Grand anticipations and over esti- mation of business have led to the late failures that have shocked busi ness and monetary circles in the Northern cities. The Princess of Wales is ruining the millinery business by wearing a plain hat. The Austin lady who dresses after the manner of the Wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1883

i f royal saie 1 J Mli IF . I'lllf -via wmmm Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel of p- r1ty strength anil wholosomeness. Mors economical than the ordinary kinds and raii- not be sold In co petition with the iimltitiide flow test short weight alum or phosphate lwders. Sold only In cans. Uovai B.Ki:u ovukk Co.. 10a Wall street. New Vork. FOR BGTH mZttl AKQ MUSCLE. :rengtheninClnvgiiiNrtingxn:Fahi!n:ng. OGLDEfeuQUIDBEEFTONIC ! 'V pronoHneed by scores of phy- t'in:iM and thousands of people who ham used it to be ill best hnmrn remedy for Drldlity ftMpejmift Indioction T.os of Appet'.te Sams of Firth Luny Vomptqiitt Fenuile tfeaknexs tjimtrte Irritability Mil- ' larlal Fever and tunny other tiifieases irhere l.yiir are rcqHlmt differing essentially romHll oilier Heef J''inMlsand Tiinlrs IT IMPROVES THE QUALITY 01 ttio iiodaudenri(lranJ lsthero- fore a Que itwiaoratit nj rorreetiee Iti eases of al 1 chronic matimm (t li lets in1 Associated with an niH'ti i.iiu; '. JlTvrn 1F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 August 1883

t-de" statesman. AUSTIN TEXA3. TEEMS : Single Com- per year Clubs ot Ten. Hi one l'itin!e Clubs of Fifteen to one I'ostofnce. Club of Twenty to one 1'ostonice. $ 2 00 . 17 SO . 25 00 . 35 SO DEPAKTXEST MOTES. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Governor Ireland yesterday par- lnnl Henrv Ilerndon. sentenced to five years in the penitentiary at the May term of the district court in Fay- ette county for horse theft. In grant- ing the pardon the governor says: This boy was induced to divulge facta that led to his conviction by promises of immunity from prosecu- tion. This fact alone entitles him to pardon but it is asked by the judge and jury that tried him and many citizens and therefor a pardon is granted him on condition that it is to be revoked on the first violation of any of the criminal laws of this state and he is to serve out his full time. The governor telegraphed Dr. lilount that he saw no occasion to quarantine against 2few Orleans or any point oa the Florida coast except Pensacola and vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

"Labor omnia vincit" said Iho strikers in one of their late circulars; but labor did not vincit worth a cent in this last big fizzle. The home of Alexander II. Ste- phens is for sale at S10.000. This in cludes his library which is said to have cost glb.OOu. JUUOK JEREMIAH S. BLACK Was sick w ith kidney troubles and in one week before his death three surgical operations were performed upon him. The former private secretary to Jen. Santa Anna says it was the pur- pose of the late Maximilian to abdi- cate establish a republic and declare himself president for the first four years. When a fellow gets tired of life and determines to commit suicide he goes to San Antonio so as to be able to leave this world without regrets. It is now known as the "City of Sui- cides." ' It is stated that a plan is under con- sideration by Adjutant-General Drum U. S. A whereby it may be possible to organize a federal militia and en- able the president in case of emer- gency to call out at short notice 200-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

i 1 .A. THE A!" AS. TJir r;si. Lv:. .oiv. - ai: 1 l.r t.V ;:yi: CO tlli 4 lil;ill li.j (.1 . Ti.t. ; Can vvn la!:. ; that the cotton it. UOU.-i to ll: t . Of dl) i .' i l .l '. lur. !" .. . r 1! ti to .Urn: I li rV.II';i II I: .1 in-; ( '!' craph t'.;.ii wiiicii viy.o!-: $i2uoii'.(.iti - of (jeoi-;':i S. ( " ;;; ii " In His ypv.vh v. sunivoi s v i' -J- h. mar.d in L b'; W. Duke co.it-li'd often hear it Kill ! both sides :( lie ( - This plea may i e cieut. Jiut I aiii to believe that p; sound both sue s history will so d .Mor the '.till- and thai DlsOUSSlG liu'Olli investigation the Is concludes that it is ? strateJ that' tin; ti n. chu go i-i tiie uiclli' oine of I ho Tiiii laud Architect u husr demon- is iip for ii d of pnvuiiog public buildin possible archil- tained by a. co .would lluosv open to the tects and buiM :s. it x-ya the best vi:i:-i! can only be ob- inpetiiivc system that all government work pLiieiie s cf the arciii- r.i of 1 ( iiinfrv. Tub V..- Coin ubus ea.t .iinercs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TKKMS : Silicic Copy per year.. .. 2 00 .. 17 50 Clubs of Ten to oue Post office.. Clubs of Fifteen to one Postofllco 25 00 Clubs of Twenty to one Postofllce 35 60 DEPARTMENT KOTES. F.JtfcCUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Gov Ireland has written to the president of the United States urging the appointment of a joint cowtnia- sion to Settle the question of the claim of Texas to Green Territory. STATE DEPABTMENT. The charter of the Lampasas street railway and transportation company; capital stock 50000 was filed Batur- day with the secretary of state. The incorporators are J. S. Jackson Geo. M. Snodgrass and S. D. Snodgrass. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Geo. Wolff tax collector of Lam- pasas county settled his accounts with the office yesterday. The rolls of Cameron and Starr counties were received making sixty- two counties in all received to date. The Increase in property values in Cameron county is about $500000 and Starr about 8300000. The awards were made for supplied ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

1 J .SgSKKsS ' yWSieaeWWfZ?g?SSXsa HE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - - AUGUST 30 1883. The French are pushing the war into Tonguin. Because of the cheapness of copper and its great durability its use as roof- ing is urged. i-Tow is the time to begin to put live stock in condition tor exhibition at the coming fair. It is only a little over six weeks oft. Housewives can especially add to the Interest of the coming fair. An 'examination of the premium lists will show them in what line they may make exhibits. They are beginning to discover says the Denver News that the l'eu- dleton civil service law makes no pro- vision whatever for turning bad men out but rather impedes that process. i The "Wyoming people believe that I the real significance of all this sum- I mer'fl excursions to the Yellowstone ; park will be found in an effort to in- S duce the next congress to transfer the V"park to Montana control. The whole length of the railway by which the lord lieutenant of Ireland travel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pu aity. Ktieiigtb and wholesomeness. Mo re cotvwnk'altliiin the ordinary kiuds. and ca n- not be old In co petition with the raultitud e t t low test short weight alum or phnaphat e powders hold onlv In ran. Royal Bakuo owdrk Co.. 106 Vall street. New York. men ONLY "w"a wta aena H1B. in a Plain asalad EnvnloM "Dr. c5nraUiIIXJ.'8 CELEBRATED VafiaOBlP- PIONSV for C' speedy cure of Nervous end f hrataal Dabtlltr. Lost Vitality Deapondsnoy. 'JonTualan of ldaaai and the whola train of 6 la. rdarc brought on or Indiaoratloa and I"iasea. stf Draggia nae tba Ina-radlant. aiaihaaa VU. J A u if Ka a to.. MANHOOD SpaaaUf rralavrral IflL uso of f ' Italin Treat' aaiawf whlca enVctual' ..- rron Debil- ity. Last Virility. rrmUira Deemj and eti toouble4 aiim from orr-work ta4 excesses. nT arVltallM jnallad free ariia J.pyaa. i Bast Wnlliarr m acen-"- BURN HAM'S PAMPHLET FREC BY BURN HAM BROS YORK. PA. sraataara. urln( dliiMiaat Uta lilooi SV...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

"X. 7 ) (V- ! THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - - AUGUST 30. 1883. Senator Lapuam who succeeded Senator Conklinjr has a son who is clerk of his vmmittee at 80 a day. Senator Mahone is in the same boat. Congressman Washburn of Min- nesota say that Minnesota will pre sent the name of William Windorn again at the next presidential conven- tion. Mns. Hayes is working a book mark for President Arthur to reward him for refusing to travel on Sunday. What is she aoirnz to do about the fishing spree V The women of Boston seem to be losing what little interest they at first took in exercising the inestimable "right" of voting. Only forty of them have thus far this year come forward to be assessed for a poll tax. TriE .Brotherhood of Telegraphers are not gushing over tho Knight3 of Labor as much as they were some weeks ago. The Knights did not un- lock their strong box and the Broth- erhood therefore charge them with having caused the failure of of the "strike. The strike not only failed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

s w'- PErAllTJfKM AOTCR. I : STATE DEPARTMENT. i:The charter of the l'agoda bath company" of Galveston capital stock 825000 was filed Friday with the sec- retary of state. The incorporators are leo. ilurdock Euiile E. Steger F.J. Demeritt C. A. Holmes and Jas. Ravey. EXECUTIVE DEI' A KT MEN T. Governor Ireland yesterday par- doned John Gray sentenced by the district court of Galveston county to ten vears in the penitentiary lor rolj- bery. Having already served out his term the pardon is granted on appli- cation of citizens ami because of his good conduct in prison to restore him to the rights of citizenship. CO.UPTUOLLEU'S DEPARTMENT. The assessment rolls of Aransas Eurleson Calhoun Dimmit Hood Gillespie Orange and l'arker counties were received yesterday. They all show a large increase in values the largest being $13jO000 in l'arker county. The rolls of Dallas county it is believed will show an increase of .about S3.OiJ0.00O. Samples from bidders for the con- tracts to supply the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 August 1883

8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXA9. TERMS : Ul.ln tii rns vagp S2 00 Clubs of Ten to one Pontofflce 17 60 Clubs of Ftfteeirto one Postofflce.... Club of Twenty to one Postofflce.... 25 00 36 60 DEPARTMENT KOTES. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Gov. Ireland suggests that it is pre- mature for the counties to sell jail and courthouse bonds b;lore the re- sult of the vote on the constitutional amendments is announced. The sug- gestion is made by him as a member of the school board as there are inqui- ries addressed to the board as to whether the school fund will not be invested in county bonds. If the amendments are adopted he states the board will take them at par and the counties should not sell them in the meantime at a discount. The bonds he says should not be issued at a higher rate than 7 per cent. The amendments will give the board the power to purchase them. . COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Upon the return of the attorney general Comptroller Swain will prob- ably lay letore him a statement of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

Tof'Subscribers. All persis in arrears for subscrip- tion to 5tie AVeekly Statesman on Octjjfter 1 will have their papers stoppejfw ithout notice. s4 w3t. Kansas Is making twenty-six bush- of wheat to every man. woman and child in the state. C. P. Huntington a33erts that it Is his intention to have the Southern Pacific work shops located at Hous- ton. .The Republicans in Ohio may be defeated through the aid of Gen. Durbin Ward and the lies tola on the Democratic nominee. The boss Deinc- D Cr crats are doing what they can how- ver to insure failure. TuE-Age talks about the Houston of the future with a million inhabi- tants. The condition attached is there should be twenty-four feet of water at the foot of Main street. Will Uncle Dan please tell us how ships drawing twenty-four feet of water are ever going to get by Galveston ' The annual surplus of the govern- ment is about $138000000. In the- next eight years the government can only redeem $304241900 because only that amount of bond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1883 DEPAUTJIEJiT NOTES. EXECUTIVE DEPA RTM EST. The governor is reticent on the sub- ject of an extra session but in out- ride circles the impression somehow obtains that one will be called in No- vember. Congressman James F. Miller of (Srazales called upun the governor Msterday; but no special significance it attached to the visit. STATE DEPARTMENT. The charter of the Crockett Town Hall association capital stock 810W) M iia filed Saturday with the secretary u2 state. ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT The attorney-gen ral in reply to in- quiry concludes that a county carrnoi have two count seats. LAND DEPARTMENT. The amount of fees received in the land office during last month was 0 1500. The commissioner has not yet ) -ceived written notice from the Texas Pacific of their final agreement for a lesuryeyof the Texas Pacific reser- v ution. BOARD OF EDUCATION. This board met yesterday at the in- stance of the comptroller to decide Kathni....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

TUE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. FARMERS AT FAIRS. Farmers should especially take a deep Interest in tho coming Capital State Fair. By meeting at that time and consulting on the results of the year they.v;Ql learn each other a vast deal for mutual Lenetit in the future. The thrifty farmer is always pleased to combine business with pleasure and he has in this occasion it appears an admirable arrangement for both. The most conspicuous if not the most i-Qutrtant item of business conveni- aQd the ono1 most prominently advanced as a reason for attending is f3 opportunity of securing the new- est and best agricultural machinery and improved live stock at reasonable prices. At this fair the dealers in implements for farmers will dis- play their wares and make sales direct to the users on their demonstrated Wjerits. Beyond this is the valuable ieutal culture afforded by an inter- change of views and experiences of learning why one man succeeds where another fails and of that general sharpening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

V s ) 7 -7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDA.Y SEPTEMBER 6 1883 . This telegraphers lost 8400000 by the strike; Jebe Black died with the Demo- cratic watchword on his lips: "A tariff for revenue only 1" O'Donnell Informer Gary's ne- messis l on his way to England where he is to ba tried and of course convicted and executed.. It may be noted as a curious thing that Ohio does not want the cholera. An Ohio man cannot bear the idea of being called to an account Ixifore his Maker. - Mrs. David Davis is reported happy wife. If the bodily possession of a husband makes her happy she certainly can say she has all she wants. But one member or Mr. Buchanan's cabinet survives Jacob Thompson secretary of the interior. Simon Cam- eron U the last remnant of Mr. Lin- coln's cabinet. One of the objects of Mahone in having his convention declare for Mr. Arthur is to Becure his delegates recognition in the presidential conven- tion. The more immediate purpose however is to command the distribu- tio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. Al'bTIN. TEXAS. . DEPARTMENT MTE8. comptroller's department. A. F. Bass collector of Gonzales county and W. X. Adams collector of Brown county settled their ac- counts with the comptroller yester- day. The rolls of Brown Frio and Za- valla counties have been received but havn to be examined. The comptroller received the fol- lowing opinion of the attorney gen- eral as to the payment of assessors: Austin August 28 1883. Hon. W. J. 8 wain. Comptroller: Dear Sir In your communication you ask the opinion and advice of this office as to whether the assessors are to be paid for the assessments made for the current year the commission hv article 4724 of the revised statutes as amended by chapter 45 of the laws or the eignteenm irgisi.ii. me or the commissions provided by that article before the amendment was made. It is my opinion that they are to be paid under the article as amended. By an examination of articles 4717 4718 4719 4720 and 4721. it will be seen that the duties...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

7 "75 r f i PI y Absolutely Pure. TBI nowdor never vanes. A marvel of iu Uly strength and wholesomeuess. More economical th:in tlie ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in comnctition with the multitude 'f low test short weight alum or phosphate jiownprs. coin nniy in rani hoy ai uaki.ni; J OWUKU CO.. ICO Wall street New York. J While other Baking Powders are largely adulterated with Alum and other hurtful drugs lias 6een JS-e? unchanged in all its original purity and strength. The best evidence of its safety end effectiveness is the fact of its having received the highest testimont- uls from the most eminent chemists in the 'United States who have analyzed it frtm its introduction to the present time. No Xther powders show so good results by the true testths fEST OF THE OVEN. ' I f IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER MADE BV STEELE & PRICE Chicago III. and St. Louis Mo. aanfftHarers f Laputla Y'ftrt Gem Dr. Prlri Ppirrltf SHIP YOUR COTTON TO Wm. D. Cleveland HOUSTON. Prompt sales...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

V '"- X X X tiie statesman. AUSTIN. TKXAS. The doctors of Georgia want an in ebriate asvlum established In that state. At one time nearly all the live stock kept in New Mexico consisted of sheop and goats. At present the old sheep raisers are selling off their sheep and investing in cattle. Alabama coal mines are to some exteat-vorked by convicts. It must be an unhealthy business since the montlfty death rate is eighty-seven to the 1000 convicts engaged. The Pcnsylvania legislature had been in session on the 1st of Septem ber 213 days costing the state $729- 000. Such is Republican rule in a great state which demands Democratic presidential nominees. The Courier-Journal says that if Mr. Tilden would agree to become a candidate for the presidency no other aspirant would come before the Democratic convention. Let Watter- son trot him out and see if no person will dare oppose him. T - The total visible supply of cotton for the world is 1794917 bales of which 103917 bales are American a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 September 1883

'"i I Mil IM. DEFAKTXE.VJ.' M)TES. rECLTIVE DEl'AKTMEXT. The governor is in frequent receipt of letters from parties complaining about the cutting of their fences ana asking for the assistance of the rang- ers to prevent depredations. He says it would be about as easy for the live polioeinen of Austin to protect every citizen here as for the rangers to watch every man's ienco in the coun- try lie sent the adjutant general to Hopkins county some time ago to in- quire into the facts of complaints irorn that quarter and it was found that one large stockman had fenced in live thousand acres lor private pas- turage and after using the fYee p;is- turage outside turned his cattle inside his own enclosure. This was the cause of tho complaint. The governor has a letter from Mr Hall one of tho board investigating land frauds in which the writer states that he has two more counties to ex- amine and will soon be ready to re- port to a meeting of the board in .Austin. The governor yesterday pard...

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