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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 28 June 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. TERMS : Kimrle rnnv. , ier year. .... a 00 .... n m Clubs of Ten, to one Postofllce cimm f Fifteen, tii oiih Postofllce 25 00 Clubs of Twenty. to one Fostnlllo & 60 Dallas, Fort Worth and Somer ville belong to a racing circuit, and they give 88000 each for purses. Every once in a while somebody attempts to bring Judge Gresham to the front as a presidential quantity. That doctors and dry goods clerks may be flattered, we will state that Judge Foraker is said to look like them. ' The Santa Fe railway has formed a combination, for shipping purposes between St. Louis and Texas, with the Texas and St. Louis railway. 1'ostmasteh GitESHAM does not like the ugly abbreviation Oreg. for Orego , and no letter, will hereafter be forwarded bearing such superscrip tion. It is charged that Air. Uandall, when speaker, organized the commit tees in favor of the protectionists, and' it is believed he would so organ ize them again. John Sherman has announced in favor 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. — 28 June 1883

r J3 'r r T THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. it at en of HnbMc-riptlon to Daily: rniiv. cm ner annum, if paid In advance. Per mouth. $1.00. Advertising Kates furnished on application. A" parwrs will ne stowied when the tenn of f jrrrilllon XIlr. Illness niiicrwisfl uitii ru- Parties cliaiiKiiiB tli-ir address are romi-sted to give the old as well as uie new autirras. Addrvss STATESMAN I'CJBUSUIKG CO. Wm. P. Gaines, President and Manager. i.-.t..rii m-fiirv of the Statesman No. ISO Nassau Street. New York. Aro Golf In charge Fred II cokes and Mabel Moore have returned to Sherman as man and wife. Who will take hold and secure the instruction of a cotton or woolen factory in Austin ? Live-stock men should apply to the secretary of the capital state fair association for copies of the premium lists for the fair to be held next Oc tober. , The attention of farmers is invited to the attractive premiums oiler?' b the Capital State Fair Association for farm products. They must and will secure a...

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. — 28 June 1883

-J niK STATESMAN AUSTIN, TKXAS. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Married : At the bride's residence last 'even ing at 8 o'clock, Mr. .S. II. Durham and Mrs. Jennie Gray. No cards. The Last Days. Tonlay will be the last opinion day but one in the supreme court: and there will doubtless be piles on piles of them delivered to-day. Friday will be the last day during this term. Sent Home. Yesterday Mr. T. T. Rogers, of Clarksville, Red River county, and Mr. E. L. Martin, of Gilmer, Upshur county, were discharged from the lunatic asylum and sent home. Mr. Rogers came to the asylum in Janua ry, and Mr. Martin in March, and uow go home cured. Clectiou. The following officer of Lone Star Lodge, No. 1, A. O. U. W.. was elected for the term ending Dec. 21, 1S83: R. R. Underhill, M. V.; D. C. Sandal, F.; E. E. Lederle, O.; Norval Wilson, Rec.; D. Friedman, Fin.;.I.S. Davis, It.; M. Davis. Ge.; F. W. lirower, 1. W.; V. C. Thomas, O. W.; G. Iler.ey, Trustee. Still at Large. Sheriff M. M. Ilornsby, who went to...

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. — 28 June 1883

c V J 7 -7 i THE COl'IwTS. Dislr Ciirt. A. 8. Walker. r-isttliig; J- I Hart. Clerk Mi-N1AY. In the case f Strayhorn. ex-tax collector of Williamson county, sued on his official I onil, judgment wad rendered on the enliit of the jury as follows: For 81" '.J8.35, against Stray horn, and agaiuot the sureties for k M. Brown, convicted recently of the theft of a check of 825 from Mrs. Greeley. and further indicted for stealing $20 in money and a diamond ring from the same lady, and of em fmlezzling some pictures which one J. S. Pierce, it will be remembered, was indicted for stealing from Mrs. Edna White, withdrew his motion for a new trial, and was sentenced to the peuitentiary for six vears. The Pierce case is set for July 16, The case of Mr. JJobo, charged with perjury as to allegations as to the workings of the Houston telegraph office, and seeking a habeas corpus, was continued. George Iteed, a white man about forty-five years of age, was placed on trial on a charge of having Februa...

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. — 28 June 1883

7 1 5 IIFORT. Hide a Country rhyi' fella What He Thinks of Home People. lvlsh to gracious some people would Irani they need a doctor and when they exclaimed Dr. E. , as lie entered lisein a cosy little village In the interior state of New York, after a tedious lide of many mile. "1 have been down the mountains to see a man, who the Lger ald wan very sick and not likely to 11 morning, unless tie had immediate id found him suffering from a rather ttack of colic, which his family might I lieved in teu minutes if they had a r sense and two or three simple reme- Ihe house. But no; they must remain as pigs, and when the least ache or Les them, send for a doctor, whether I r pay him or not." WhA doctor, what kind of simple reme dies, as y?Ki call them, do you expnet people w keep in the house?" asked his wife as she poured him a taip of hot tea. . "In this cape," answered the doctor, "if they had only put a Benson's Capcine Porous Piaster on the lit nil's stomach, he would have beeu all li...

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. — 28 June 1883

) t ) 1 THE STATESMAN, AUSTIN. - - - - fEXAS. THURSDAY JUNE 28. 1883 These dull days we hoped to have interspersed with news of war in China; but fond hopes have vanished war is averted. It h. been recognized as by no means a necessity to nominate Judge Thurman to achieve Democratic suc cess in the Ohio state election. Chalmers, of Mississippi, was the leading spirit in the "Fort l'illow massacre." Yet he relies exclusively "on the colored vote for his election. Current estimates make the wheat ; crop of 1883, 410,000.000 bushels. De- j ducting for home consumption and . seeu, me reiuamuci r not exceed 60,000.000 bushels. TnE division of Dakota is yet a live question in that territory. The selection of liismarck as the capital makes division more probable than ever before. Fence cutting is a summer past, time along the-Frio river. The peo ple of that country don't care about the grass,but they are going to have free water at any hazzard. The requisite amount of money nav al been rai...

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. — 28 June 1883

2 7 THE RAPHAEL AH IKItE GRANT. We publish below the decision of the supreme court rendered in the case of E. S. Hanrick, who sued as thej owner of the Aguirre eleven league grant, against John Cava naugh, one of the settlers. The questions decided involved the title to nearly fifty thousand acres of choice land in Williamson county, now occupied by between lifty and one hundred families, cultivating it. The opinion was delivered by the Hon. B. II. Bassett, one of the special judges, Chief Justic Willi) and As sociate J ustice West being disquali fied from sitting in the wise. opinion. E. G. Hanrick vs. John C.ivauaugh; from Williamson county. This is a suit or trespass to try uue urougnt by the appellant Hanrick against the appellee Cavanaugh. The cause was tried by a jury and resulted in a verdict and judgment for the de fendant, from which the plaintiff ap peals. The plaintiff claims title by by mesne conveyance under a con cession for eleven leagues of land em bracing the premis...

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. — 28 June 1883

- V UK STATESMAN. U'STIN TKXAS. THE HIGHER COUKTS. Reported by J. J. Lane. Supreme Court. AUSTIN TKKM 1WS3.J SYNOPSIS OK OriXIOXS RENDERED. Parties eesiring information upon matter enticeniiiiK the higher courts will receive such hy writing our court reporter. THURSDAY. The following decisions were ren dered yesterday: INTERESTING RAILROAD CASE. Onst.ions of recovery as effected by insurance, negligence, measure of inm..ua ntn Tuvufi Mnfl Pur'ilif rail- uauiogco, cv. .'- , way company vs. Levi Bros.; from Appellant alleged as a defense that the aDDellees held policies of insur ance on, the cotton destroyed or in jured, whicn nau ueen coiiecieti, anu that therefore it was not liable for such loss as the appellees might have sustained through its negligence to the extent to which appellees nau been re-embursed by the money col lected upon such policy. The court sustained a demurrer to this defense and this is assigned as error. Held : In this ruling there was no error. If the cotton h...

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. — 5 July 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN", TEXAS. TERMS : Single Copy, per year Clubs ol Ten, to one Postnflice Clubs of Fifteen, to one Pnstottice Clubs of Twenty, to one PintolHc..... . ?2 00 . 17 51) .. 25 00 .. 32 60 President Sealy. of the Santa Fe railway, says the road will not Ijass from its present nianageiuent. A move is on foot at Washington for ODeninir the museum and the Smithsonian institute on Sundays. The New York World says Ches ter A. Arthur will be the Republican candidate for the presidency in 1884 The nomiaation of Jude Iloadly in Ohio is by no means an endorse- ment of Mr. Pendleton and his plan of civil service reform. vandehbilt says he will never again be president of a railroad com pany. I Iis ambition now is to drive the fastest Aorses in the world. CocoAtf'JT culture is being entered upon in Florida to a large extent, 5t5, 0U) treei having been planted this season,. ,'Iue Grand Council of United Friends of Temperance of Texas will meet at Waxahachie July 11, proximo. on Wedn...

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. — 5 July 1883

T v ) ! THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. --- - TEXAS. " New York harbor is filling up from deposits of garbage in its witters. .United States Senator Bbowk, of Georgia, has the largest income of any man in the south. The Print says everybody in Gal veston knows who played with Was son, and who won the government's money. ' John A. Logan's silence is accept ed as indicative that he is in deep thought as to how to win the presi dency. TnE Southern Pacific railroad is shipping quantities of California wheat via the Mississippi jetties to Europe. Yellow fever, epidemic at Vera Cruz, makes it necessary to draw the nuarantine strings close along the Texas coast. The Galveston Print calls them the "visiting pedagogues." They are in the Island City, and Dr. O. M. Iloli- -rt- is among the number. Of the two hundred and eighty- Anar.hes delivered at the San Carlos agency two hundred and forty- eight are women and children. The Massachusetts medical society has lately decided, by a vote of 709 to 400, t...

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. — 5 July 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. To the Memory of ThomM K. Stiller. Hush! stay thy steps across The threshold of the door; A soul held silent requiem here. And has tied to that blest forevermore. 1 o (iod, the great oimiiioteiit power, Ills tenderest mercies we here commend ur departed brother. Aud in this hour May he tind that rest in Jesus, his friend A promise to us, who thus bereaven, tsatvatiou to all, sweet rest hi heaven. "Jtesiirreetiou is the life, saith the lord." May we not, then, be contented? J ii this promise to us given ; leaving to (iod our dead lamented, Infe at last in the fold of heaver.. Kven in his darkest hour angel nhispers from Kaisl,a,,smlle of sweet contentment, "for (iod is love." INVOCATION. O, God! we ask in thy judgment kindly Lean toward him, our departed friend, And teach us the way, that we may not go Mindly . , , . , Out of that path which thy teachings tend. Then we ask in the name of our brother. That you all your mercies bend Towards tha; far and dis...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 July 1883

r 7 .J 4 TIIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. ' Jtat-M or Nabftrrlptioa te Dally: t ully, $10 per annum. If paid In advance. Per mould. $1.00. itierttslnir Hates furnished on application. All papers will b toped when the term of ,iUcrtition expire, unle-ewrtberwise ordered Parties changing their address are requested to give the old a well as the new address. ...Idrvss STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. Oainks, President and Manager. rteiu aeciicy of the Statesman No. 160 " i-saii K'reet. New York. Aro Gotl in charge THURSDAV - - - JULY 5. 1883. On motion of Damon Y. Kilgore, a Philadelphia lawyer, his wife Carrie Kilgore was admitted to practice as an attorney in the courts of Pennsyl vania. The black eye that was given Pen dleton, because of his farcical civil service reform achievements, teaches us that the path of progress, even when it is pursued backwards, may be strewn with the bones of martyrs. Wire working for the next state canvass, commencing a year hence, it Is evident, has alrea...

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. — 5 July 1883

PRLSS 1 ELLGRAMS. The Ballot. Concord, X. II.. July 3. The only change in the ballot to-uay was in fa vor of Ex-!ov. Bell, who gained two votes. Trade Dollars to be Legal Tenders. Harkisbukg, July 3. The senate to-dav passed a resolution requesting congress to make the trade dollar a legal tender. Cyclone Keported. New York, July 3. It is reported that the town ot Cromwell. -,onn was destroyed by a cyclone yesterday, and fourteen lives lost. Particulars are wanting, and the story is generally discredited. Indians Engage in a Free Fight. Little Kock. July 3. A flirht oc curred at an Indian dance, at Bird Creek. I. T.. last night. Over 100 Pawnees, with drawn revolvers and knives, took Dart. Two Indians were killed and others wounded. No Conference. London. July 3. Lord Fitziuau- rlce, under foreign secretary, stated in the commons this aiternoon, that the government has no intention, for the present at least, of proposing an in ternational conference on the subject ot quarantine agai...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 July 1883

? 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The day we celebrate is just at hand, and the small boy is on the qui vlve in anticipation of violating city ordinances. The new company that is going to give Austin cheap gas appears to be a live organization. It is what the city has needed. Owing to dioiculty in securing perfect marole the Washington monu ment, at the federal capital, will be delayed in construction. If the proposed tax amendment to the constitution be adopted, confisca tion for taxes due on private property will be a lively business two years hence. The Russians are stealthily but steadily pushing on into Asia, and are nearinar India. England is at last contemnlatine the movement with alarm. " It is thought that the iirst session of the University will open with at least four hundred students. If so its inauguration will be an unparal leled success. "CiiiiiSTn Magee, a Pittsburg boss, says Senator Cameron will not be a candidate for re-election, and that the differences in the Re...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 July 1883

THE 1IIUHEU COURTS. Supreme Court. lACSTIif TRKX i&o. J 8TNOrSI3 OK OPINIONS RENDERED. TReiHirted by J. J. Lane. Parties desiring information upon matters concerning the higher courts will receive such by writing our court reporter.l FRIDAY. F. W. Mayers vs. J. A. Easter wood; from Johnson county. Question of arbitration of land controversy. In dications were that the parties in tended to arbitrate under the statutes, but they had only one arbitrator while the statute provided for two, and an umpire in case of their disa greement. Held: The parties in tended such an arbitration its would be enforcible by the courts, and to have known the law applicable to their agreement. "The award of the arbitrator," say the court, "is substantially the agree ment of the parties, for they each empowered the arbitrator to ascer tain and declare the term3 of the agreement, and by his award when fairly made they ought to be as much bound as though they had made an agreement directly between them ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 July 1883

8 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - - - - TEXAS. THE HIGHER COUKTS. BEPOBTKD BY J. J. IASK. AUSTIX TEEM, 1883. SYNOPSIS OF OPINIONS RENDEKED. Parties desiring information upon matters concerning tlie higher courts will receive such by writing our court reporter.J Supreme Court. In the case of the state vs. Wygall et aL. every point, says the court, dis cussed by counsel was fully deter mined hv the decision of this court in the present case when formerly be fore it upon appeal. See state vs. Wygall, 5 Texas Keports. We see no reason to differ from our predecessors in the conclusions at. wnicu utey ar rived. Held: When the court refused to allow the appellees to intervene in th Knit, in uuestion. their remedy " was not that of proceeding with their own cause: but of appealing and as serting their rights in the very suit from which they have been improper It excluded. Further held, as to the- point raised that appellees were entitled to preier ence in iudarments aeainst the state. that even ad...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 July 1883

EDR,bcrti J J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIX. TEXAS. TEEMS : Single Copy, per year Clllh of ' I'll. Ill IMie I'ostolllce chit of Fifteen, to one 1'ostoflice. .. flubs of Twenty, lo one l'altftf--... P2 On 17 tin on : so The ac(iuittiil of the star rout rs proves that the Republican party is not a party of eon fictions. MiNibTKit IU"T, wearied out with coronation ceremonies, is going to take a vacation and come across the Atlantic to rest. The Illinois supreme court has decided that a tun tract made n Sun day is just as binding as if entered into any other day. Billy Maiionk's sou does not run with the 1kss. Ho is a good Demo crat, and condemns the practices of the Read j itster gang. The Norwegian storthing has re solved that every able-Iiodied adult in Norway shall receive a musket and be taught the use of it.at the state's ex pense. McDonald puis Louisiana among the states whose delegations will be solid for him. That might be so, and even then his nomination might be veiy distant. Mlts. L...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 July 1883

J 7 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. San Francisco epicures eat Japan ese eggs. PiratjS are doing a thriving busi ness on the Hudson. And now the Turks are putting on German airs, in turning up their noses at American pork. Judge Hoadly will get every Democratic vote iu Ohio, and the bulk of the German vote. Dorsey describes the treatment he received at the hands of the admin iatration as "the gratitude of dishon est power." The people of Helton are satisfied ' the Texas and St. Louis narrow gauge railway will be built to the town in twelve months. Michigan has a new law providing for the instruction of all the pupils in the public schools as to the effects of alcohol upon the human system. The rule upon which King Hum bert, of Italy, will act, in relation to tne papal see, is that he will tolerate It so longaa"the pope keeps off his toes. The killing of the deceased wife's sisters marriage' bill will "drive the Duke of Hesse-Darmstadt, to look for a new wife in some other royal family...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 July 1883

TJIE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. rfuM i f Hob-rrlntlon to Irally: - iv am er milium if nald In advance. Per month, ftl.00. nvntli.: liate furnished on application. AH paper, will 'tM! wh.Menif."" J .i-riptlon exture. u in--" "1 t, Parties changing their address are requested ti.e nl.l as well ait the new auuress. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. WX. P. UAHCKB, Presn-iit and .Manager, ... .... .. ,..,....., ..f the Statesman No. 150 ti it xiw Y..rk. Airo Coll In charge THURSDAY, - - - JULY 12. 1883 Hhewstkk. as a reformer, Is a travesty on honesty. Of the Farsees there are only 200. .iirwi;.. th u.nrl.1 nut! 75.000 are in Bombay. How would it do lor the proposed cit.v census to take in the dogs the bipeds as well as the quadrupeds. The followers of Windoiu, in Minnesota, me badly torn up over the manner in which he has been re pudiated. "Assisted emigration." if kept up lonir enough, will convert many dis tricts in this country into a condition Badly needing assistance. It is currently...

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. — 12 July 1883

7 J THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1883. THE RESOURCES, CIVILIZATION AMD PROGRESS OF TEXAS BY COUNTIES. Examined on Foot and In the Sad dle by VT. C. Belcher, of George- town, Texas. Copyright, 1883, by VY. C. Belcher. EASTLAND COUNTY. A New County Wealthy in Natural Be sources Prodigious Progress and Devel opment Suerlor Advantigcs Minerals, bolls and Timber Inexhaustible Coal iui ami )i Finest Htone Ouarries in the State Agricultural Products, Cattle, bheep and Hogs Important Statistical Information Educational and Kailroad Facilities Social and Other Interesting features of Cisco. Eastland and Other Important Towns. This count v lies in the western part of the state, on the divide between thA Krazos and Colorado rivers, in longitude 98 degrees 40 minutes west from Greenwich, and 32 degrees 15 minutes north latitude. As late as 1874 it was first organized into a county, with an area of !KJ9 square mile. Prior to this time there was no local self-government, and t...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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