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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885 i' - r GALVESTON. BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS RAISE THE RATES OF INSURANCE. CERTAIN" BIG COMPANIES THREAT EN TO "WITHDRAW FROM TEXAS. Special telegram lo the Statesman. Galveston-, November 30. One of the severest penalties of the big fire has just been inflicted upon ' those whose property did not burn, by an increase of fifty per cent, in the rate ofinsurance on frame dweelihgs, which class of residents may be said to comprise the entire residence portions of the city, with the exception of a dozen or so brick resi dences. It seems that no sooner had the horde of adjusters reached the stricken city than they set up an almost unanimous cry for higher rates. The predominating idea seemed that inas much as Galveston had caused their companies to sustain heavy losses, why, poor Gal veston must make up that loss to them. Other wise, certain bir companies threatened to leave the etate. It is a noticeable fact that some of the small est losin...

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. — 3 December 1885

3 STIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. - v 4 AjU WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. MR. F. A. SCOTT ia In charge of the -city sub scription department of T.ie Statesman, and all complaints or notices of changes given to him, or left at this office, will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu larly, are requested to notify the office. Carrier boys are not allowed to sell papars. RATKS OF SUHSCllIPTION. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO THE DAILT: Dally per annum, if paid in advance $10.00 Daily per month 1.00 Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. Gaines' Prefiident and Manager. Calves Satteiuteld, Vice-President. Pettoh Brown, Secretary. THUR3SDAY. ..DECEMBER 3, 1885 Enolish tories have'nt made such a big scoop after alL Thb Galveston News has been dealing in display heads of late. Up to last accounts the Parnell party had elected forty-five members of parlia ment; enongh to hold the balance of power. Thb En...

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. — 3 December 1885

si ! AUSTIN Vv'EEKLY STATE3MAX. V HE SKIPPED. A BOARDING HOUSE EPISODE. IK "WHICH AN OLD AX13 YOTJXG MAX FIGURE 1'ROBABL.E VA CANCY IX A WELL REGU LATED AGENCY. A boarding house episode is common, but such an event usually occurs in the dead hour of night, when the little stars of night are playing bo-peep away up among the constellation. TVhen the dog star makes faces at the moon and howls dismally. When darkness brood3 o'er hill top and tower, and the great world slumbers. Then it is that the BOAEDING HOCSE EPISODE. comes to the surface and startles the com munity in which it is situated. Not so, however, with the one The Statesman deals with this morning. This one, contrary to the established rule of episodes generally, occurred at about the hour of noon. It was UNDER THE GLAKE of the noonday sun, that a well-known young man organized a first-class scandal, and created no end of excitement, which caused him to leave his boarding house in a hurry. To those who saw him it was evide...

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. — 3 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. 6 TEXAS TIDIXGS. The Bastrop Advertiser has a good word for The Statesman and makes a sugges .tion that will be acted upon, .now that it is put in the shape that has long been de sired. The Advertiser says: The Austin Statesman has received its new dress and new press, and on Decem ber 1st will come out an eight page daily. Bastropians can get the. latest news six hours earlier from the Statesman and that journal should have a large circulation here, as, independent of giving the latest telegrams earlier, it is a most excellent paper. Well, the eight pages are here, and how do you like them? The Houston Age has been boycotted by the labor organizations of Houston. Uncle Daniel says that if he has said any thing he is sorry for he hopes he may be forgiven, and that he intends to fight it out on that line if it takes a century to decide the contest. In connection with this boycotting busi ness, the Laredo times rises to remark that ...

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. — 3 December 1885

J J t AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER , 1885. V" WALKABOUT. Good morning, ladies and pf ntlemen. "Walkabout is proud now. The Statesman managers hare furnished his column with new type and surrounded it with molasses candy and roses. Don't it look sweet, eh? Walkabout is not going to let his children play with his neighbor's children any longer, and as eoon as he is able he is go ing to wear a stovepipe htft. Things must compare you know. Just take another look at his column. Ain't it a beauty! Lord, but it is handsome! Walkabout has something to live for now, and he is going to live. Walkabout will make a few remarks concerning the koldiebh' home. Before a railroad reached Austin, Walkabout used to come here from San Antonio in a stage, and when he arriv ed on the crown of the hill across the river, he would have the driver stop the stage until all the passengers had time to over look Austin, and view its glistening spires and towering buildings, and in every in stance ...

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. — 3 December 1885

8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. GOVERNMENTAL. KEPOIITOIIIAL. ItOUNUS IX THE DEPARTMENTS. AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEARNED YESTERDAY AT THE CAPITOL. THE STATE LAND BOARD, in session yesterday, awarded bids to lease for about 900 sections of land, of which Mr. Charles Goodnight gets 700 sections and the St. Louis Cattle company 40 sec tions, the balance being distributed among small stock owners. Mr. Goodnight was before the board and made a vigorous protest against the report of Grass Commissioner Stephens, which, he said, had done him a very grave injustice. He had offered to lease the lands accepted by him under the five per cent. law. He had committed no unlawful depredations upon state timber, or com mitted any unlawful acts, the report to the contrary, notwithstanding. He was ready for an investigation of charges made against him, and if necessary, would foot the bills. He acknowledged he had school lands under fence, and that the timber on the land was some...

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. — 10 December 1885

-V m'W n i IN n'l II IIP TIIIMI ,i ( - V' " IN nn "3 M 5 H H VOL. xv. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1885. NO. 12 c MESSAGE or GKOVEK CIEVEIiAXD, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED HTJLTJS. EXHAUSTIVE SHOWING OF CONDITION OF THE GOVERNMENT. THE GREAT ISSUES OF THE DAY ABLY HANDLED BY PRESIDENT. THE VIEWS ON THE TARIFF, CHINESE, INDIAN AND OTHER PROBLEMS. , RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN CO IN TRIES CONSPICUOUSLY PRESENTED. Washington, Dec. 8, 1KS5. The President's message, after the usual preliminaries, sets out as follows: The constitution, which requires .those chosen to legislate for the people to annually meet in the discharge of their solemn trust, also requires the president to give to congress information of the etate of the union and recommend to their consid eration such measures as he shall deem necessary and expedient. At the threshold of a compliance with these constitutional directions, it is well for ns to bear in mind that our usefulness to the peo ple's interests will be promote...

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. — 10 December 1885

r . ) AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 1885. STATEJJEWS. MORE NEWS ABOUT THE MUTUAL. ENDOWMENT SAVINDIiE. OUR LAREDO SPECIAL ABOUT RIOTING IX MONTEREY OTJtEJ? TEXAS t IIARGEI AVITII OUTRAGE. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Tyler, December 7. Tony Jenkins was arrested and out in jail here to-dav, cnarired with outraging, yesterday, Julia Talleafeiro, a girl only eleven veara oid. BRIDGE liURNED. Special Telegram to the Statesman. S w n etw ate r, December 7. The bridge across Sweetwater creek was burned last nisrbt, causing the east bound passenger train to be delayed three hours at this place, this morning. A PROMINENT SUIT. Special telegram to the Statesman. Palestine, December 7. The district court is now en"a"ed in the trial of the suit of the Cox heirs, add Reagan and Ward, involving seventeen acres and valuable improvements in the southern suburbs of the city. The suit was decided in favor of the heirs at the last term of the court, but the judgment was reverse...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10,1885. 3 GOVERNMENTAL. UEFORTORIAXi BOUNDS IX THE DEPARTMENTS. AX EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEARXEUYESTERDAY AT THE CAPITOL- -T-; l i LAND BOABDf j ; Yesterday morning, promptly at 10:30, the state land board convened in session 'with Treasurer Lubbock, Attorney-General Templtton, Comptroller Swain and Land Commissioner Walsh present. After some preliminary remarks Colonel j iempleton saiu. "Before the board proceeds with the regular business I desire to call attention to the governor's letter, replying to the resolution of the board, and which was published in the public prints. The let ter, I think, contains a rellectioii upon the attorney-general, and is calculated and has created the impression that the office has been neglecting its business, and I have thought it proper to make this communication, which I will read if there is no objection." No objection being raised by any of the members tha attorn y general pro ceeded to read, in a cal...

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. — 10 December 1885

4 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1885 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. MR. F. A. SCOTT ia iu charge of the city sub scription department of The Statesman', and all complaints or notVcee of changes given to him, or left at this office, will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their. paper regu larly, are requested to notify the office. Carrier boys are not allowed to sell papars. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO THE DAILY : Daily per annum, if paid in advance $10.00 Daily per month 1-W Sample copies sent free on application, i Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. Gaines' President and Manager. Calvin Satterkiej.d, Vice-President. Peyton Brown, Secretary. THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 1885 Vandebbilt died of cerebral apoplexy. Making Alaska a penal colony is a new idea started in congress yesterday. Thk postal telegraph loomed up again in the United States senate yesterday. It is really a matter of profound interest to the country. Tna terri...

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. — 10 December 1885

-r "XT I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10,1885. 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 wa...

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. — 10 December 1885

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1885. NOVA AXDROMED,E. 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 tud...

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. — 10 December 1885

r V AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1885. TEXAS CONFERENCE. FORTY-SIXTH AXXUAL SES SI OX FIFTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. M AK ING MINISTERS C'OXFEKENX'E APPOINTMENTS CLOSING SCENES. ED?;E6D.I 8 PBOCEEDr.G8. Conference met pursuant to adjourn ment, Bishop McTyeire in the chair, and opened with appropriate religious exer cises. Journals of first day's sesion read and adopted. 60UTKEBN UNIVEESITY. Dr. H. A. Bourland, financial agent of the southwestern university at George town, submitted the annual report of that institution; also, report of executive com mittee of board of trnstees of 6aid insti tution. Both reports referred to committee on s duration. ENDOWMENT AND OUTFIT FUND. The following extract is made from the latter report: . JCotes taken bv II. A. Tiourland, - uucolIected'Oct. 28. 1884 $11,205 50 X Notes received from II. A. Bourland since Oct. 28, 1884 8,513 00 Cash donations from ail source:, a nee Oct. JW, 1884 578 HO Public collections from atjent 1! 13 Publishi...

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. — 10 December 1885

r CI AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1885. 8 SILVER. PRESIDENT CEEVEI.AXD'S RECOMMENDATIONS TO CONGRESS. HIS VIEWS ON OUR MONEY POIjICY AND SILTVE11 COINAGE. rOINTEIiS GIVEN" CONGRESS ON THE INDIAN SITUATION THE UNITED STATES. OP IlKMAKKS ON THE PRESENT CON DITION OP THE ARMY AND NAVY. WHAT PRESIDENT CLEVELAND THINKS OF THE UTAH POLYGAMISTS. Washington, December 9. Following are Presi dent Cleveland's recommendations to congress on eilver coinage and other subjects: It may be said In brief, as the result of their ef- lores, mat tne attitude or tue leading powers re mains substantially unchanged since the monetary conference of IS!, nor is it to be questioned that the views of these governments are in each in stance supported by the weight of public opinion i lie steps just taken have, therefore, only more fully demonstrated the uselessness of further at tempt at present to arrive at any agreement on the Bubject. Meantime we are accumulating silver coin, based upon ou...

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. — 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 st...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 $13,000 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 $ 25,753 SI Last year 19.48 65 Increase Sales to the state, thia year. . Last year $ 6,955 16 8 31,316 67 20,454 31 Increase.. S 10,802 36 Delinquent, by reason of sale for taxes J previous years '. $ 28,579 71 Last year .. 24,1W8 27 Increase., $ 3,581 44 Fees for advertising, this year $ 3,970 25 Last year .. .... 2,902 50 Increase $ 1,067 75 Insolvents, ad valorem, this year 3K,7i3 62 Last year... 31,704 55 Increase Insolvents, polls, this 3 ear..... 'J.aet year...'. t 6,999 07 1141,020 0...

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. — 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 G...

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. — 17 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17,1885. 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 sh...

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. — 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 deceaned,who 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, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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