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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 December 1885

-r "XT I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 101885. l- I I i j W publish in this number of the Statesman an article contributed to the North American Review by Governor Ire- land. It is to be regretted that the tables containing valuable statistical informa- tion was omitted from the article for reasons as we understand satisfactory to the Governor. As the review was written more for the purpose of giving information relative to Texas to persons out of the State than those within it the omission of these sta- tistics demonstrating the progress of Texas sinco 18G5 in population industrial wealth State debt rate of taxation and other matters of interest to those seeking information of Texas with a view of in- vestment or immigration is especially re- gretted. These tables necessarily formed a large part of the article and the omission made it incomplete in the scope that was in- tended. The noted pessamist of Galveston com- plains that the information it contained was well kn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 December 1885

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 1885. NOVA AXDROMEDE. As the new star of which so much has been said appears to have about finished its career as a visible object a brief sum- mary of the facts concerning it i3 here presented. These facts are derived from the most trustworthy sources including a correspondence with the accurate observer and distinguished discoverer of comets and nebulae Prof. Barnard of Yanderbilt university. The star was first seen with the aid of a powerful telescope on the l'Jth of August which was the first day of its visibility; for on the 18th there was on visible star at the place occupied by it. The star increased rapidly in brilliancy until the 1st of September when its magnitude was seven and one- half. Then it began to wane and by the 20th of September it was of the ninth magnitude. Its brilliancy has been de- creasing ever since with the exception of occasional increases followed immediate- ly by renewed diminution. Its magni- tude i3 now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

" v V - STATESMAN. 1 VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1885. NO. 13 POLYGAMY. - A TEST CASK DECIDED BE- FORE THE UXITED STATES SUPREME CO CJRT. THE WHOLE SUBJECT IS CLEARLY SIIOWM Uiy N ALL OF ITS LEGAL ASPECTS. Washington December 14. The supreme court to-day affirmed the judgement of the supreme court of Utah in the case of Anpus M. Cannon plaintiff in error against the United States. Cannon was indicted nnd'r the Edmonds law for unlawful co- habitation with more than one woman. Defendant objected to the givinc of any evidence on the ground that the indictment did not allege that he was a male person nor that the cohabitation was with women as wives. The objection was overruled and a verdict of guilty was returned and the defeudant t sentenced to pay a fine of 100 and to be imprison- ed for six months and to be further imprisoned till the payment of the fine. Justice Miller dis- sented from the opinion of the court. The principal ajiestion was as to the proper con- struct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1885. 2 WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY .DECEMBER 17 1386 The Waco Day says the Baptist Herald is to be removed to Waco without delay. This is news in Austin. Anonymous correspondence especially of a persoi al character generally goes into the waste basket. "Anon" of Kyle remember this. The effects of the Mutual Self-Endowment and Benevolent association cf Amer- ica have gone into the hands of a receiver. Mr. I. Curb is his name and Fort Worth is hi3 address. The fifth annual session of the fed eration o' organized trails and labor unions of the United States and Canada held in Washington D. C last week rep resented a constituency of 2d0.000 work- ingmen. The Fort Worth & New Orleans railroad is being rapidly pushed forward in the di- rection o? Corsicana. Fort Worth is the "nip" and Dallas the "tuck" of Northern Texas. At this moment nip is ahead. Go it nip; go it tuck! The notorious scandal of the fashiona ble Boston clergyman Rev. W. W....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1885. TEXAS TIDINGS. ' "Lips" are the subject that the States- man thinks "Uncle Daniel" is not familiar with. But "Uncle Daniel" knows a warm lucious juicy fresh plump lip from a lip that is cold and dry and hard and sharp as well as he knows a hawk from a handsaw. Houston Age. Uncle Daniel must have a journeyman who runs the Age when the old man is absent. . JIx-Mayor Grace of New York has sued the World for $100000 damages. If he gets judgment for that sum the World's leading editorial will be "O to Grace how great a debtor I'm constrained to be." Fort Worth Gazette. That is a gem of a paragraph. If you think you can excel it try it. The Austin Statesman calls the Paris Balance Wheel the "Blanco Wheel." We are glad there is a mistake. The Star In- dicator. The Statesman is. not; The compositor made the mistake 8nd the editor did not notice it until it was too late. The Austin Statesman says an enter- prising evening paper is a help to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1885. 8 T SPECIALS. AX IMPOSTER WHO HAS IJEEX SWIXDMXG THE OI)L FEEEOAVS. IJLOODY SHOOTING AFFRAY IX IN- DIAN TERRITORY JAIL. DELIV- ERY AT BRENIIAM. GAEVESTON MARINE. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Galveston December 15. Arrived: Barks Griqna from Ht. Thomas: Ella Barbadoeg. Sailed: .Steamship Princess Liverpool; bark Ibis Boston. RREDESTRIANISM. Special telegram to the Statesman. San Angelo Tex. December 14. Mons. Moline- anx walked thirteen miles and twenty-two laps in one hour and fifty minutes beating Bolder- who quit at ten miles. The purse is $5. CLOSED OUT. Special telegram to the Statesman. Bon-n am December 15. James Rochille one of our leading grocery houses was closed this even- ing at 8 p. n. bv the sheriff on an attachment for $4000 in favor ttf a St. Louis house. Liabilities and assets not known . . FIRE IN HOUSTON. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Houston December 15. At a small fire before tlavlight this morning. Ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 7. 1885. 3 GOVERNMENTAL REPORTOKIAIi ROUNDS IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEARNED YESTERDAY AT THE CAPITOL. ' IXZCCTIVB DBPABTMBST. Gov. Ireland was expected to return from New Braunfels last night. comptsollu'h dkpabthkxt. The comptroller paid in $13000 to th state treasury yesterday on account of general revenue and school fund. The following comparative statement of taxes w furnished by Mr. Harrison: Erroneous assessments this year $ 25753 SI Last year 19.48 65 Increase Sales to the state thia year. . Last year $ 6955 16 8 31316 67 20454 31 Increase.. S 10802 36 Delinquent by reason of sale for taxes J previous years '. $ 28579 71 Last year .. 241W8 27 Increase. $ 3581 44 Fees for advertising this year $ 3970 25 Last year .. .... 2902 50 Increase $ 1067 75 Insolvents ad valorem this year 3K7i3 62 Last year... 31704 55 Increase Insolvents polls this 3 ear..... 'J.aet year...'. t 6999 07 1141020 05 132.336 63 Increase .. '. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

STATEsmJvn THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1885. AUSTIN .VrEr.rvir WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. MR. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of the city sub- scription department of The Statesman and all complaints or notices of changes given to biui or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu- arly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- boys are not allowed to sell papers. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO THE DAILY I Daily per annum if paid in advance $10.00 Daily per month 1.00 Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PIT.LISHIXG CO. Wm. P. Gaines President and Manager. Calvin Satterkield Vice-President. Petton Brown Secretary. THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 188S Last Fiidny was the coldest day that London has had for five years. ''The little brown jug"' is a candidate for the "dry route" in Georgia since lo- cal option has got a footing in that state. An "anxious enquirer" desires to know whether Sam Jones of Georgia the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 171885. Vt GOVERNMENTAL. REPORTOIIIAIi ROUXUS IN THE DEPARTMENTS. AX EPITOME OP WHAT WAS I.KAIIXED YESTEItDAY AT THE CAPITOL.. rXTCCTITE DEPABTMZST. On February 14 1885 an act was passed by the forty-eighth congress to provide for the erection of a public building in the city of Tyler which authorized the secretary of the treasury to purchase a site for and cause to be erected thereon a suitable building with fire-proof vaults therein for the accommodation of the United States courts postoffice and inter- nal revenue and other government offices at said city of Tyler with the provisos giv- ing to the United States good title to said site by the 6tate of Texas. Accordingly Governor Ireland yesterday issued his proclamation ceding to the United States a certain piece of ground in Tyler whereupon to erect said government buildings. This cession of jurisdiction is granted and made under the express condition that the state of Texas shall retain...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 December 1885

T AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1885. 6 SUICIDED. EX-U. S. MARSHAL M'KEE CUTS HIS THROAT AT DALLAS. THE REVOLT IN XUEVO LEON ANJJ THE FIGHT AT . MONTEREY. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas December 12. This forenoon the report ppread that Major James A. HcKee ex-United State marshal of the northern district of Texas had corninittt'd suicide hr cutting his throaty at his residence No. 8tfJ liroad street Great excitement followed thereon. A Gazette reporter Batiffyiny himfielf that the report was true repaired to the residence of the deceased. He was met at the door by Air. J. A. McKee jr. a son of the deceanedwho stated fiat his father took his own life by cutting his throat with a pocket knife before he arose this morning. About ten weeks ao he was seized with denjruc and had been confined'to his bead until a few days ao when he got up and seemed to be rapidly recovering his strenith. On yesterday he went down town aud attended to some business and the family ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

STATESMAN VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1885. NO. 14 A ROMANCE. THE WAY A NORTH TEXAS YOUTH GOT TO THE -PENITENTIARY. . THE PISTOL. AT LAKEDO-EDITOR KILLED-HUNG AT IllCO-r TEXAS NEWS. -V Special Telegram to The Statesman. --. '. ; 4 Sherman. December 22. District court disposed of a romantic case this morning. W. P. McDowell of McKinney indicted for perjury was called from jail to answer the charge and cut maturs short by .aplea of guilty on which the jury assessed his pen- - alty at two years confinement in th state's prisiui. The romantic appears when we look back to the cause of this voting man's trouble which began in the month of July and ripened into a prosecution for felony with the above result. One George P. Bedford an operator in the Western Union tele- '"raph office at McKinney became enamored of Lula Wiley of that place" and told McDowell that he had the ladv's consent to a marriage hut her father objected and notified the clerk of that court not to issue li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1885. 2 WELLBORN. SPEECH OF THE XORTII 1 EX A 8 ORATOR IX THE HOUSE YESTERDAY. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION KILL IX THE SENATE-REMARKS OF MR. MAXEY. BEX ATE. introduced Among the bills and referred were the following: Letter to provide for the free unlimited coinage of (silver dollar!". By Mr. Ingalls: To provide for determining the existence and removal of the inability of ti e presi- dent to discharge the powers and duties of his office. A resolution heretofore offered by Mr. I5eckwas laid before the senate requesting the president to cause inquiry to be made and inform the senate whether any consular officer of the United States had since lftiH had any interest or received benefit lrom any notarial consular or commercial officials in foreign countries. Mr. Allison saw no reason for going so far back as lWiH. Mr. Ingalls said that if this was to be a partisan inquisition for partisan purposes it should be in- quired into by the senate before...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1885. MORPHINE DEATH. MRS.LENA WAIIRMAST SUF- FERING FROM "NVAKE- FULXESS TAKES AX OVEIIDOSE OF THE DE- CEPTIVE DRUG AM) DIES IX HER BED. At 4 o'clock yesterdav afternoon Justice von Rosenberg received information that Mrf. Lena "Wahrman an elderly and well kpspwn German lady of this city had died -tfner residence No. 1404 Lavaca street from the EFFECTS OF MOBPHINE. Summoning a jurv of inquest the justice proceeded to the family residence where the body of the deceised was viewed the jury impaneled and the following testi- mony taken: TilE TESTIMONY. Mr. August Wahrman husband of the deceased Lena Wahrman testified: I got up this morning at 7 o'clock and coming down stairs found her asleep; told the children to keep quiet while mother was sleeping; went out of the house and was absent perhaps an hour and a half; re- turning met Miss Moody sister of the de- ceased who wanted .to enter her room; told her I wished she would not disturb my w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1885. 8 1 FOREIGNNEWS kefokted outbreak of ciioeera at venice people eeeeikg. FRENCH PROTECTORATE OVER MADAGASCAR PACE AN D HARMONY IN PERI'. AUSTRIA. CHOLERA IN VENICE. Venice. December 23. Fifty cases of cholera have occurred in the province of Venice twelve of which proved fatal. Many people are fleeing. The Austrian government has ordered sanitary regula- tions to be enforced at the frontier. ENGLAND. A CONSPIRACY. London December 22. Advices from Spain say ' a conspiracy to establish a republic has been dis- covered at Taraona. Details of movements are withheld by government orders. FIRE ON BOARD. London December 22. A Are broxe out last evening in the cargo of the German steamer Ho- henzolleren Capt. Meirat to Bremen from Gal- veston. Fifty bales of cotton were damaged. ENGLISH POLITICS. London December 22. Earl Koseberry who was a member of Gladstone's cabinet writes that he is willing to concede home rule to Ireland on condition t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 241885. V8PEPSBA Is a danerroaa as well m distreeeinK complaint. If neglected it tends by impairing nutrition and d- prMHin the tone of the system to prepare the way mm THE EESTTGSili Qalckly and completely Care DynnepaJa in ill diiornin. iieartniirii Heichinjr. Tntintrtue l'ol.xc. It enriches and do It enricbea and parities the blood Btimu- I te the airontite. and aids the assimilation of food. I'.kv. J. T. Robsitfk the honored pastor of the First Reformed Church. Baltimore Aid. says: 'Havinsr used Brown's Iron Bitters for DvsDeDsia and Indirection I take great pleasure in recom- rr ending it highly. A Ibo consider it a splendid tonic and in vigorator. and very strengthening." Genuine has above trade mark and crossed red line rn wrapper. Take nn other. Made only by JKOVN CnCMIOALCO.. BAITIMOHE MD. ' Ladieb' Hand Book oseful and attractive con- taining list of prizes for recipes information about coins etc. given away by all dealers in medi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1885 I HT-l 111 WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY .DECEMBER 24 1885. MR. F. A. SCOTT Is in charge of the' city sub scription department of Tue statesman and an eomplaints or notices of changes pven to him or left at thia office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive tht-ir paper rejzn- arly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- oys are not allowed to sell papers. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION". BATES or SCBSCKIPTION TO TUE DAILY: Daily per annum if paid In advance $10.00 Daily per monti 1-00 Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wh. P. Gaixes President and Manager. Calvin Satteufield Vice-President. Peyton Bkown. Secretary. AgBICUITUBAL CoitMISSIONEB COLEMAN in hot water by the act of his chief clerk making unauthorized purchase. The first comptroller declines to settle the bill. A wild stallion has made his appear ance near Fort Collins Col. and made such vigorous attacks upon pedestrians...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1885. GOVERNMENTAL.. IlEPORTORIAIi KOUXUSS IT THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OF "WHAT "WAS fc EARNED YESTERDAY AT THE CAPITOL. STATE DEPARTMENT. The following charters were filed yes- terday: The Hico Baptist church of Hico Hill county and the Lone Star Agricultural and Mercantile Association of Austin County. The following books are for sale by this department viz: 1. Revised Statutes 1879 reprint with amendments and index to constitution. Price $2.f0; by mail $3.00. In hands of printer and promised for delivery about 1st of July. 2. Revised Statutes same as the above except bound in two volumes and inter- leaved. Price $5.00; by mail $ . 3. General Laws of the 16 17 18 and 19 Legislatures bound in one volume. Price $2.25; by mail $2.55. Will be ready in ten days. 4. General Laws of the 16 17 18 and 19 Legislatures. Pamphlets. For regu- lar sessions each 25 cts.; by mail 30 cts. For special sessions each 10 cts.; by mail 12 cts. 5. Special ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 December 1885

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DEC EMBER 24 1885. V J WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY ..DECEMBER 24 1S83. TILE BOUNDARY QUESTION. Governor Ireland has been in corres- pondence for some time with Secretary Bayard in reference to the commission appointed to settle the boundary line be- tween the Indian territory of the United States and Texa? which involves in its final settlement the entire county of Greer on the northeastern border of Texas. The United Statos commissioners are directed to find where the hundredth mer- idian crosses Red river. The commission on the part of the United States are army ofiicers and will obey the letter of their instructions. Governor Ireland contends that these in- structions impose an unfair limitation of their duties. The finding of the place where the hundredth meridian crosses Red river the governor claims is but half of the case of the state of Texas. The question of course first to be de- cided by the commission is which fork of Red river under a f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

STATESMAN VOL. XV. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1885. NO. 15 THETATE. THE NORWOODS REPORTED RELEASED SOON AFTER THEIR ARREST. HOMICIDE IX FALLS COUNTY A YOUTHFUL. OUTRAGER AT PL AN O TEXAS ITEMS. THEY "WILL APPEAL. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Busk Tex. December 2S. Tlie holidays are over. District court was recalled having the criminal docket still on hand. G. W. Wallace who waa convicted for 1 if also It- T. Murie who was sent up for fortv-five yeas will appeal. A OZKMAN SHOT. Special Te'.egram to The Statesman. San Marcos December 2.S. Saturday evening John Ware living two or three miles down the river shot a German by the name of Charles Gro- fas. The wound is not of a 6erious nature. It seems there was some difficulty about the German passing through Ware's ate in going to his prem- ises. We understand W are left the country on the first train. The Julign and Hull difficulty has quieted down. A COMMERCIAL SENSATION "dal Telegram to The Statesman. Texabkana December 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

4 I 2 r AUSTIN cM-mtncSD7rrrlEtofi3nJER 31 1885. TEXAS NEWS. FATAL. AFFRAY 1JETWEEX A MAX AND II1S FATHER si iootixg -Affray at glen hose. ON'E MAN KILLEI-1TEMS FROM THE STATE. MRS. EAXES ARRESTED. Spe3ial Telegram to the Statesman. San Antonio December 2t. Mrs. Eanes of Austin who ia accused of murdering her five-year-old boy in that city was arrested three days atro and left for that city to-day in charge of an oflicer. She manifests no particular emotion. SHOT AND KILLED. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Gi.enrose Decemler 26. Tom Cochran shot ad killed John McClellan In a billiard room at this place yesterday at 3 p. m. over a trifling diffi- culty. Threo shots were fired by Cochran. Mc- Clellan was not armed. Cochran is in jail. Great excitement exists over the affair and lynching and a rescue are both apprehended. SAX MARCOS MATTERS. Special telegram to the Statesman. San Marcos December 2(5. Mrs. Brown the mother of our townsman A. T. Brown was buried yesterday. The newspap...

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