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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

J To Subscribers. All persons In arrears for subscrip- tion to Thk Weekly Statesman on October 1 will have their papers stopped without notice. 84w3t. At last the government ia being partially re-located at Washington. Senator he will yet doth. Pendleton is satisfied use McLean as a scrub The Republicans of Ohio says the Toledo Bee are by no means recon- ciled to each other. .r . The Indianapolis Sentinel observes "hat "the Republican press is so unani- mously for Mr. Randall one might suppose he had drawn the entire Re- publican party into the ranks of the Democracy." More confidence is now displayed by Ohio Democrats. They allowed them- selves to be put upon the defensive and 6f course this placed them at disadvantage from which they are slowly recovering. Like The Statesman the Galves- ton Print believes in cremation. The l'rinthas a pretty level head on all questions. Bat what say the people of Austin to a crematory ? Who will orjrante'j a society? "Some of the papers are trying...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. It is said Gov. Blackburr of Ken- tucky appointed 107 colonels on his staff. The war against Gov. McEnery of Louisiana Is progressing. It may de- feat his nomination. It is thoughtTToin Ochiltree is over in Europe looking around for the place that suits him best as for- eign ambassador. The fence cutters must be subdued or there well be an end to the sale of lands public and private in Texas People will not invest in lands when they are to be denied its uses. Tiie reason why Mr. Ochiltree went across the Atlantic was because Joe Mulhatton was on this side winning from him to many honors. . Tom could not stand it and he sought con solation in the bosom of royalty. Gov. Knott of Kentucky i3 said to be silent in presence of office- seekers lie does not even say he has not given the filling of a place con- sideration when he has made a bar gain months before to till it with the relatives of co-politicians. Judge Hoadly has been ordered to Philadelphia to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

THE STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT JfOTES. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Got. Ireland yesterday remitted the sentence of imprisonment of August Muehl convicted at the May term of we aiHinci court in uuaaalupe county 01 me men or some notrs. ana sen tenced to a fine of 8100 and ten days imprisonment in jail. The governor expiams: it appearing that the de fendant in the case is in feeble health past the working age and with three young children without a mother or other female to look after them for tnis reason and because it is asked by the county officials and most of the jury who convicted him the sentence 01 imprisonment in iail is remitted. STATE DEPARTMENT. The following gentlemen have been appointed by Gov. Ireland delegates to tneijouisviiie exposition: First congressional district Jack .Baker Grimes county. Second congressional district 13. A Phil pot. Freestone county. Third congressional district W. J Cavin Harrison county. Fourth congressional district 1L If. l'ark Lamar coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

'-4; V V i .-' t : -fi I f f ROYAL MXKJ J J ' Absolutely Pure- This nowrier never vanes. A marvel of !u rtlv strength and wholesornetiess: ' -More i economics! than the ord'narv kinds and can- i in l-esold In c'mH'tition witli the multitude 1 I low test xhort weight alum or phosphate I owders . Hold only In cans. KoVA i. JtA kIMO owokb Co.. 106 Wall street New York. Fattening. COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEFTONIC fa pronflwnml by scores of phy- rieUtus and by tlmunands of people who ! liave nifti it io be the best 1; no ten remedy for Debility Dyspepsia Indigestion Zone of Appetite Lose of Flesli Lung Complaint Female WeakneM Gastric Irritability Ma- Irtrlal Fever and many other diseases triiere ionics are required differing essentially from all other Serf Foods and Tonics. IT IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF the Blood and enriches 1 1 and la thoro- lorea One invlfvrant and corrective In cases o f all eh ronie maladies w Ii lcli in associated with an impoveiusui D state or THE BLOOD. Those all yield to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

2 V Si I THE STATESMAN AU8TIN. TEXAS. A phenomina of the late volcanic disturbances in Java was the vomit ing of an immense iceburg from a cra ter. WrtEX is tno city government go ing to grade the street between the temporary capitol and the permanent capitol grounds? With yet only one appointment sunder the civil service regulations is calculated that 50000 years will be 4 required to turn the rascals out. The Richmond States asserts that Mahone is afraid to walk the streets of Richmond. lest the hatred of the people should make itself too mani fest. It is estimated that fully 175000 persons perished in the earthquakes of Java. The population of the island has been nut down at 18000000 and its area -about 50000 square miles. New York City with a population of 1300000 haw only 61052 real estate owners. It also appears that while the value of this property annually in creases the number of owners de crease. The electric arc light of 10000 can- dle power which is suspended in front th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAS. The so-call-od rulers of Egypt Anam have both passed under yoke ot "foreign mastery. and the Tkxas has a brilliant future berore It if the rights of property-holders within Its borders are protected. It leaks wt that while Bismarck wants to aggravate the Emperor 11 "ilium wants to placate France. Assistant Secretary New is think- ing of resigning. The treasury de partment has possessed no charms for fcini since Mr. Gresham got the posi- tion he hankered after. JS It is now announced that Uncle Simmy is in magnificent health weighs 150 pounds and is improving daily. Does tbis mean that the gig is up for all other candidates t Hailway development in Texas in the liiat three years affords only -glimpse of what it will bo hereafter. In the year 1900 Texas will have seven millions f f -.habitants and its rail way facilities will be trebbled. .V bill is before the Georgia legis lature which proposes to increase the interest rate trom 8 to 12 per cent. No matte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. The comptroller states that pay- ments of taxes by non-resident owners of property in the unorganized coun- ties amount to about 50000 a year. These taxes are paid optionally not necessarily to the comptroller upon assessments as made out in the tolls of the assessors of each county. The parties uniformly prefer to settle di- -ipectly with the comptroller's oilice. Tax rolls of JJel Van Zaiult and 2 Atascosa counties were received. At- ascosa county increases its assessment about tlO00O0O and JJell county over 200QO0a THE CAPITOL GROUNDS. The fence around the new capitol building's ground has been completed ana as soon as an oince at ine en- trance on the south side of the fence is finished visitors will have to get cards of admission. THE SEWER CONTRACT. The contract with "W. IJ. Brush for making the sewer to connect with the governor s mansion tne temporary capitol courthouse and jail and ex- tend along the alley ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 September 1883

TriE STATESMAN. Austin texas. DEPAKTJIEVi' A'OTES. STATE DEPARTMENT. The charter of the Temple Water Vorka company capital stock $100- UGO was filed Tuesday in the office of secretary of state. The Incorporators are T. P. Early W. II. Crain T. S. Hollinsrsworth F. F. Downs J. B. IN unneley Patrick Henry. George E. "Wilcox J. E. Moore and Otto llux- "witz. The governor appointed W. R. Craven director of theAgricultural and Mechanical College in place of J. I J. Thomas resigned. - The governor's and other oflices of the several state departments were closed at noon yesterday in respect to the deceased ex-Chief Justice Moore whose remains were buried at 5 o'clock p. in. COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT. Win. Davis collector of Henderson county settled his accounts with the ofllce yesterday. The comptroller ruled in answer to Inquiries from parties in Dallas that although merchants are entitled to advertise their business where they have paid their rearular business or occupation tax they must ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

r t ttstn Te Subscribers. ' Ail persona In arrears for subscrip tion to TrtE Weekly Statesman oa October 1 will have their papers stopped without notice. s4wJt '"" According to the every seventeen year visitation Asiatic cholera is due in this country next year. When the medical branch of the state university is established will the homoeopaths be denied a voice in its conduct r f. It is said there will be a great gath ering of millionaires In Washington A ing the coming session of congress aa ui tnem with big axes to grind. When it is often and persistently repeated that a man has retired from .poll tics it may be understood that he and iiis friends fear he has been retired and they are desperate about it. Tira "round-up" of cattle men is similar to a custom in Scotland known as "tincher a gradually diminishing circle and on the Devonshire moors it is k down as "moondift" occurring after harvest. Thk federal officeholders of Norfolk have received Mahone's ultimatum. It is tli at if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

J V s 1. 1 J dHE STATESMAN. AU8TIX. TEXAS. Two tunnels on tho Pacific Northern railway cost 10000.000. And now it i3 said the corn crop of Kansas is going to be bo great as to make up the deficit caused by failure in some other states. American and English mill men are going to establish a cotton mill at Shanghai China. It will run 20- 000 spindles and 400 looms. Yellow fever is proving moro vir wlent at the Pensacola navy yard and mxlical treatment seems to be of no avail. Whv do thev not adopt the "yarb tea" treatment. Villard's excursion of foreign capitalists and newspaper men over the Northern Pacific is no small af- fair. There are four trains of nine Pullman cars each besides baggage care. - Tii'e watchful care with which Rus- sia and Prussia eye each other may at any time bring them into conflict. The effort of the former to take in Bulgaria may at any time lead to hos tilities. The tendency in England not very long ago was to keep American cattle from it markets. Now the ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

mm IPiUEIEB Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pu rily strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not b sold In competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate rowaers. ooiu oniy in cans. Koval Baklno J PWDEB CO. 106 W; all street New York. IF EATIX WERE A FKI.OW XT COULD NOT BE MOKE TERKIBLY PUN- JSHED THAN BY THE TORTURES OF I XDI GK3TION. WHY ENDURE THEM? EVERY DYSPEPTIC. KNOWS OR OUGHT TO KNOW THAT TARUAXTH KFFEK- VEMOEXT HEtTEKAI'KRIKNT IS A SPECIFIC FOR THE COMPLAINT. WHY THEN SUFFER? IT IS SHEER FOLLY. BOLD BY ALL DBUGGISTS. 17" n nriM POLLS TORPID BOWELS. DISORDERED LIVER and MALARIA. i. rS71 t"eae "ouroea arise three-fourths o( the diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate their existence: Lom ol T 1? ii?5 owl costive Hick Head- SiTili1" -version to fJlir " Eructation "''"d' Instability or temper Low l. J A or having neglected !?"d"r IMulnera fluttering at the Heart Dots before the eye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

u T STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. : capitol commissioners of Geor- h receive an annual salary of ' 5v.l corruption is said to be .iJcrowninjr features of the gleans city government. .1 f is paid that leprosy is spreading la.t country because of so much '.jjo in its manufacture being idled by Chinese." f he general opinion is that Allen L'hurman Jr. of Ohio has more ceit than brains. It is a failing jng the sons of. great men. fB internal revenue bureau com j'iho.. annual reduction in taxes aha rss rws . o:ieco anu cigars at 5..jouuuuuj Uiiuisfor rebate aggregate $3- .! said there has been less hog . - ura in thii country this year than ( many years previous. Bat the Nra is working away on the hogs 'HE removal of Shakespeare's bones Mt going to be so easily accom- X3f as anticipated. The mayor .Vt'Vn council of Stratford-Upon- '-Govvf-X'KEK the strongest ? nocrat in iYjw Jersey declines to ?. "j a candidateVfor the ofllc he has itofore held with such great honor v. has really retired.! ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

. V J THE - STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT KOTES. WEDNESDAY. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT The following correspondence. which explains itself passed yester day Detween Gov. Ireland ana Dr. Mallet chairman xt the faculty of the University of Texas: Fi: i tivk Opkiok Austin. S"'t- is 1HX3. f Prof. J. W. Mallet. Chairman of ilif Faculty of the University ol Texas: Sir: Will vou please inform me whether the faculty is receiving stu dents from other states and territo ries and on what terms ? Respectfully Jno. Ireland. Governor. Dr. Mallet replied as follows: Austin Tex. Sept. 12 1883. Ill Excellency. Gov. John Ireland executive omce state of lexas Sir I have the honor to acknowl edge receipt of vour letter of this date inquiring whether the faculty of the . university is receiving students irom other states and territories and on what terms. I beg to say in reply that two such cases nave aireauy preaeuteu uitm selves one from Illinois and one from New Mexico and that in the absence of any ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. J DE'i'ABTMENT NOTES. ' STATH 1EPAKTMEN. . he charter of the Greenville Grocer in and Lumix-c company was filed -prilav with lie secretary of state "capital stock is $20000 and V'.V k l. Crenshaw Ay". B. Sam-v'-md. It. A. MeMurtaey are aimed orators. .''eoiirrRoixEis bet artment. Assessment rolls of Callahan f Hiker uad WMelor counties were yeeivod yesterday. Callahan and i'iifrow an increase in yalue of I nut $a;ky.XXJ each. Wheeler will rot'jly nhovf c ver a million dollars r.itHsc. ' Tha Gul Colorado & Santa Te rail-i'i- company paid $475.45 as one-half osr per. cent tax due the state on 'o'l pa.w.c:rrr earnings . for the last ..S9artr tndiriK June 30. j j ;J u ; . ' f i ;u ax's ii:pa ii y s s r. '-'" f t Denton of tho luna- VI -V: :. addressed tho follow- .(''wiaiuuiitvACion to the attorney "" .'ruXiU in accordance with previous .IftKiix of tho hoard of managers: " Austin. Texas Sept. 13 KStt. VV-v'n" O. Ten pldoVi Attorney General : . "? i'lr: On lh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

7 i "V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEPABTJKEAT XOTES. 6ATCRDAT. BIO BOOST FOR TIIE STATE TJNIVER- SITY. The following' ruling: of the state comptroller is a Dig boost tor the uni versity: Office of Comptroller 1 Austin Sept. 13 1883. j Hon. Ashbel Smith President Board of Ke- - aw University ol Texas Austin Texas: ' i jr I have the honor to acknowl- edge the receipt of your communica- tion requesting that the board of re- gents be informed what the ruling of this department is in reference to the disposition to be made of the interest arising from the notes held by the university fund given for the pur- chase of the university lands. I beg to say in reply that after an exami- nation of the laws bearing upon this subject I consider the interest on the land notes held by the university fund as property and part of the available university fund and as such is in- cluded in the appropriation made in section 18 of an act to establish the university approved March 3 1881. In examining th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 September 1883

3 r j" 8 r J I it I i- 5. 1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. 1) K PA KXA K A T A OlES. TUESDAY. COMPTKOLLEIl'S DEPARTMENT. The assessment rolls of Wood coun- shovr an incroase of 3283858 and jfthmon county $205358. - ISSCKANCE DEPARTMENT. Col. Hi ewiU-r commissioner of In- Furancp furcishes certificate that the Union Insurance company of Phila- tV..4p:iia. with a capital of 8500000 and ltoss asts of 8H84.2'Jl.o3 is permitted . by the commissioner to transact busi- ' iiws iu Texas through Aug. Butler as hgi-nL ATTOUXEVfJEXERAL'S DEPARTMENT. Tlift attorri'-y general has not yet in- stituted suit against ex-Comptroller Jlrowo but vi probably do so to- dayfor a!oi:t S5C00 the amount of t Li alleged d -f icit. The ex-comptroller v.ili Etand suit as he does not ac- knowlo-dt'o the deficit as justly exi- gible against 'urn and his sureties. STAT : CAPITAL BOARD. . Thin board was in session yesterday to consider tha question of the amount of concrete necessary for the inside walla of the new ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

y ( T 7 i r r. Ajsrt (hwp t no pohtfal peace in '"Js' (MiKHnna'i. .1 HO rHWi'X ' K"'" lw ' the industries of Florida. Tukke 'o not a tew wi.j predict J)fiiK."T.-;'. ic virtr.rv in I-.wa. Hon. .) !-. McDonald will devote himself to the Ohio campaign. JtrixsK Hoa ii.Y is him and is cuing to re-enter the VasR. elf again Ohio can- Tiik levee system on the Missis- sippi ri"er. in Louisiana is reported in "excellent condition. ' Fekdt.h: 'gebiiaiu isi; Paris and liy a Ftrar.gc sort of c (incidence the Lang try is there too. The Arthur boom seems to have bmU among th hot Fprinys of the Yellowstone region. .11 Tvi proposed treaty between the United States and Mexico is again securing: a Phare of public attention. Mr. Carlisle makes fourteen speeches for the Iowa Democratic cause. Mr. Randall will hardly go to Iowa. Repeated information that the damage to the corn crop at the North is not by any means as great as was reported is gratifying. The adjutant-general has attempted to exhaust the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

v. THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. ' It is an honor to university stu dents that they have engaged first in organizing a literary society instead ! of a base ball club. T . Y- .. . I n I . . 1 .i 1: state giving all the way from 40000 to 60000 majority for the Republican candidates. Let us see how the thing turns out in October. " Great rivalry exists between St. Paul and Minneapolis and this fact will increase the material develop- ment of the country along the line of the Northern Pacific. Why should not the International get up excursions fro n fit. Louis dur- ing the coming fair week. Many per- sons would come to Texas because of cheapened rates of transportation. The destruction of the Proteus and the consequent imperiled condition of Lieut. Greely and bis men should be a final lesson as to arctic exploration No more money should be put up upon these foolish arctic expeditions. The guillotining of the murderer Holtz at Rheims France on the 18th instant was witnessed by over 5000 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. DEPAKlMKVi' AOTE.S. FRIDAY. . EXHUUTIVE DEPAUTMENT. Adjutant General King has Bub- mitted to Gov. Ireland a very full and able statement of his views of the fence-cutting troubles and the use of state troops. The matter is receiving the most serious consideration of the state officials and may occasion a proclamation from the governor. comptroller's department. Assessment rolls of Dallas and Uvalde counties are received. Dallas county shows an increase of 82166500. The rolls of Uvalde have not been examined. STATE DEPARTMENT. The charter of the St. Louis cattle company of Colorado City Texas was filed yesterday with Capt. Bains secretary of state. The company has a capital of $200000 and is incorpo- rated by Massrs. John P. Brown J. L. Lee and F. E. UdelL TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Treasurer Lubbock yesterday paid out about 840000 on warrants accu- mulated in banks during the month for various current expenditures of the government. Official transfer was made ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 September 1883

w 1 i::. - '-HE. TIE " STATESMAN. '.' .:. "ACSTIN. TKXAS." ' ' Tour Woktii may show advance- ment by establishing a crematory.' haAsiies to ashes dust lo dust says ' Vort Worth Democrat is truly f -'i';'tifully illustrated in cretnu- fj'iik story has got started tliat in -4 ; .' day Louisville remitted $(500000 il -.-:;. 7"hicago to pay margins on grain -J ' 1 provisions. iey are having bench shows in of the states. Why could there oe a show of blooded canines dur- t the coming fair week. IV' --.B refusal of Henry L. PierCB to -L:.'.: -She field against Ben Butler is a LCX."- 0- "W for the Republican party in " aiSachusetts. Consternation thereat -ivill causa the Republicans to lose :paaiay votes. 'yW: Nt I Vt. '-i' nanv. .ew i one totar organ oi . .UULlli J ILUU II w . I-. I I a. I II ' rtom- nntitirmoa tn nrcrt n run Hion of the "old ticket." Its faith . ' ; ' "urrection is certainly sublime .V'-VjUncle Sammy's revivification is ... . "r . .a : - ' ' 5 - - - '- - - tS'v i fact tha...

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