The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1891 Page: 2 of 8
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Daily per year....
Weekly per year
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TEXAS 18 CUirnuR w .
AUSTIN and the great encampment
will be the prime favorite next
t time enough Aus-
if you uui; o . . i
tin will pretty generally do abatis
td Hdiutant general and
bi8 assistants to scare up snakes that
Egypt was once the granery of the
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soon become the Egypt of America.
. .ho Anpninniiierit this
year gentlemen get a crowd here next
Hiontn ana Kei um;
cent on your investment at once.
Some $52000000 of national bonds
mature in about three months. What
a woeful pickle that poor old denuded
treasury will be in then to be ture.
It Is stated that England alone will
Invest not less than $150000000 In
American wheat this year. English
gold is as good in Texas as anywhere.
Chili Is going to put up a building
on an aore of ground at the World's
fair have a good exhibit and a band
of her own there. That is if things
turn out all right.
Thb Statesman's special business
edition which the reading public had
upon the breakfast table this morn-
ing speaks its own worth the people
speak its praises.
Yesterday was an exceptionally
Impressive day in church circles. The
services at the university were mark-
ed by their serious character and the
.large number of people who attended.
Better put up a fancy drill at the
enoainpuient next month boyc Twen-
ty or twenty-five ol the best companies
will be selected to attend the Colum-
bian exposition drill in Chicago in
A new publication In Austin is "The
Texas Manufacturers' Index" a weekly
manufacturing and commercial jour
tj Tt la nublished In attractive
form and taken as a whole is spark-
ling readable and Interesting.
TODAY the clerical force of the
Texas Railroad commission will report
. wa thn annlne will be coaled
up the boilers filled steam raised and
whan Senator Keagan returns iruui
Palestine everything will be ready to
laug the bell toot the whistle turn
her loose and set the machine sliding
in th rails then k out for the
cars when the bell rings.
The Memphis Appeal-Avalanche
tri vaa 11 ttArftnce to this briaht bit of
wisdom: "Close economy in munici
Dal expenditures and judicious appli
cation of revenues makes a city great."
Why confine it in its application
though? The same course will make
a government strong the same course
will bring prosperity plenty and
content into the family.
The actual voting strength of the
Farmers Alliance in the United States
Is put at 2470000 by the New York
Herald. This includes the net-roes and
members of the Democratic party.
Many a staunch unswerving Democrat
is an Alliance farmer; many a mule-
headed Republican negro is a mem-
ber of the Alliance. Good judgment
and brains will keep the one within
the lines of his party stubbornness
and ignorance will hold the other.
The Alliance will not help the third
party out very much.
Thk despotic egotistical utterances
and actions of the light headed young
despot who tyrannizes over the sober
people of Germany is fast undermin-
ing his power and influence fast dig-
ging a pit into which his foolish feet
shall step. V Indeed the tendency in
every monarchial quarter of the globe
seems to.be toward a growth of pop-
ular power a flourishing growth draw-
ing strength'and nutriment from the
eaine sources which sap the life blood
of tyranny and nowhere is there a
better field for just such growths than
Germany affords. What a magnifl
cent president for a" German republic
Bismarck would make.
The people of Texas can get some
kind of an idea as to the amount of
public money being spent here when
it is announced that the warran's
drawn by the state comptroller during
the last three months pulled exactly
$3151334.08 in cash from the Btate
treasury as well as $90490 in bonds.
This is a big round sum and to the
man of moderate means it is some-
thing appalling especially when he
reflects that all this money comes from
him and more just like him.
It having been definitely settled by
the present ecological survey that
East Texas holds within her bosom
vast qualities of iron ore tcattered
over an area of a thousand square
miles the next question is can it be
utilized? Will the manufacture of
iron in East Texas pay?
Practical manufacturers could not
answer this question until the problem
of cheap fuel no less an item than
cheap labor and transportation is also
It has been shown in the report of
the Texas geological survey so ably
conducted by one of the most distin
guished native scientists this state has
produced. Prof. Dumble that as if
in anticipation of the wants of the
iron manufacturer n t ure
ated with the ores of Eastern Texas
vast beds of lignite brown coal or
coal not so .far advanced as older
coals iu the process of carbonization.
The lignite beit of Texas underlying
the surface at a depth of a few feet to
hundreds of feet extends from the
Sabine to the Rio Grande clear across
the State in a line parallel with the
coast and belongs to the Tertiary pe
riod of geological time. The lignites
are side by bide with the iron ores of
East Texas were laid down in the
same geological age as the European
lignites and compared with them are
of superior quality because the Texas
article by analysis contains on an
average 53 per cent of carbon against
47 the .highest for any European lig
Now It has been shown in the State
Geological report on the iron oresof
East Texas just published that the
European lignites make excellent fuel
in the shape of briquettes 'into! which
the lignite is manufactured by ma-
chinery and caa be used in the manu-
facture of iron and steel.
The utilization of European lignite
as fuel would seem to solve the prob
lem of Texas lignite and that of
the practicability of iron manufacture
in Eastern Texas and in Llano
for that matter which latter locality
is also convenient to the coal measures
on the line of the Texas Pacific in
Our state has the iron. She has .in
exhaustible deposits of lignite for fuel.
There is nothing now needed to trans
form the iron bearing districts of Texas
into centres of iron manufacture ex
cept capital and enterprise. Geolo
gists have pointed out the wealth that
lies locked in our hills. We can now
go ahead and develop it.
Wiping out a fixed and limited
debt to fill its place with a life long
obligation as has been the plan of the
republican government in piling up
the pension rolls as fast and even faster
than the national debt decreases is
mode of procedure of such doubtful
policy that the people are beginning to
lift up their voices against it from all
quarters of the country. It is not the
south it is Dot the old confederates or
the sons of old confederates who are
objecting. It is the people and the
mutterings of the storm of disapproval
roll In as loud or louder from the
north than they do from the south.
and the west adds its protest and the
east sends forth its deep toned objec
tions. The sentiment of this over-
burdened people could find no fitter
utterance than in the words of. the
New York World wh'ch referring to
the situation looks on the building of
this mountain on the shoulders of the
people as a calamity which causes
them to won !er if the war is indeed
oyer and the president did not make
a mistake a quarter of a century ago
when he said it was.
By requiromeut of law all county
collectors should settle with the state
by the 1st of May yet there are still
eighty six counties to report. It is im
possible for the collectors to comply
with the law in their settlements in-
asmuch as the comptroller cannot al-
low their settlement papers until
approved by the commissioners courts
and those courts do not sit until May.
It is foolish to allow such "lap orders'"
to exist on the statute books and the
law builders should chisel them into
shape at their next session.
Says the New York Journal of Fi-
nance: "The less popular and less
forceful successors of Sir John Mo-
Donald will not be able to stay the
tide demanding commercial union be-
tween Canada and the United States."
And commercial union will be one
long step towards Federal union.
Every indication goes to show a grow-
ing idea of this kind strongly rooted in
both countries. All the ideas and all
the education of the late Sir John
McDonald were Euglish and all his
efforts were directed to maintaining
and strengthening English institutions
in Canada. Thus one by one as time
pages the leaves of history it turns to-
ward a chapter which will be of undi-
vided interest to these uuited coun-
tries. CRIME AND THE ADMINISTRATION.
Gov. Hogg came into power as the
leader of the most Important economic
reform ever uudertakeu in this state.
Under his auspices representing as he
does the pronounced sentiment of the
people the machinery of that reform
has beeu put in operation.
But the governor does not stop here
n la th first cover nor who has as
sumed the leadership of the conserva
tive law abiding masses of Texas in
the matter of criminal reform. Gov-
ernor Hogg sees very clearly the in-
jury being done the state by the
present epidemio of crime and the
following utterances imputed to him
will meet a hearty echo in every nook
and corner of the state from people
who will back him in warring upon
the murderers and assassins whose
deeds have so loner disgraced the
Governor Hogg is reported to have
"I am a Democrat and expect to up-
hold the Democratic principle of gov
ernment. I am a railway commission
man. have formed the railway com
mission and expect it to do good but
above all I am a law and order man.
The reputation of lexas must be
changed. It is absolutely necessary
to us and I am here to see ic done.
Whether I am governor for two or
four years the best part of my time
wi'l be devoted to this end. The peace
officers of the state will find a friend
and backer in me.
If a man steals a horse and skips to
Canada I suppose we will have to let
him go. but if he commits murder or
anv other one of the gravest crimes he
will be brought back if it takes every
dollar iu the treasury and banks of
The governor's interference in the
Pearsall trial which he saw was drift
ing into the usual farce is a good
beginning. If Governor Hogg will do
nothing else but throw the moral
weight of his administration against
crime in Texas he will have received
the plaudits at least of the law and
order classes of society who are getting
heartily sick and tired of this murder-
ing and killing which has given us so
unsavory a reputation abroad.
"The reputation of Texas must be
changed" says the governor and the
180000 majority who put him in office
re-echo his words.- But before Gover-
Hogg or any other executive can bring
about the needed reform there must
be a change in the public opinion
which lies back of the jury box and
the judge on the bench.
THE UNIVERSITY SEASON.
The distinguished professors the
hopeful graduates the pretentious
sophomores now hold the boards to
the delight of an admiring public
made up partly of "grave and reverend
seniors" who at these June com
mencements are carried back to their
own college days when life seemed as
bright and beautiful as it does to the
youths who are now taking in the
form of "sheepskins" their passports
into the great practical world of reali
ties. It would be a thankless as well as
cruel task to cast a sing'e shadow on
the rosy dream of life that flits through
the brain of the average university
bey or college miss. It would be an
ticipating what time itself will do
when the young natures now imbib
ing from the fountains of classical and
mathematical learning have been
made strong by contact with the
Our interest in the hundreds of
young men and women who will in a
few day 8 be turned loose from Texas
universities and colleges to enjoy the
vacation and the society of doting
friends is deepened by the reflection
that these same youths will in
in a few years control the des-
tinies of our great state
and assume the reins of power when
we have laid them down. How im-
portant then it is that the men and
women who are to run things in Texas
twenty years from now should be edu-
cated intelligent honorable and of high
moral rectitude! That is the kind of
men and women who are to rule society
in Texas; that we of the present are at
tempting to turn out from our univer
sities and schools and while the ob
jects may not have j Lbeen f ul
ly attained a good beginning
has certainly been made.
Take our state university for instance
uitt annual commencement exercises
of which were begun yesterday by the
baccalaureate f sermon of Rev. J. Z.
Tyler of Cincinnati. There is scarcely
a county in the state where the uni
versity is not represented by some
young and rising professional man
who wields an influence in his local
ity and reflects credit on his
alma mater. So it will go on
till in the near future our
university the most distinguished
seat of learning in the southwest shall
shed abroad the refining and benign
influences of literature and knowledge
throughout the bounds ofj our great
state ana by tne genuine erudition
and ability of its professors command
attention and respect abroad.
The dictionaries and books of syno-
nyms should be amended promptly.
'Spiteful" means "Waco-News." "Ri
diculous" means the way the Waco
News vents its spite at The States-
man on the good people of Austin.
John has spoken. When they
cornered Wanamaker on the witness
stand and made him own up on the
Keystone Ibank question. In short
bis testimony went to show that he
be hadn't done anything to be scolded
In England the baccarat party is the
one which cringes under the electric
light of exposure and public criticism.
In America all of the lights that are
not employed illuminating dark Re
publican corners are turned on "the
ITEMS OF OUR NATION'S HISTORY
BROUGHT TO OUR MEMORIES IN
A PLEASING MANNER.
NEW HONORS TO CHRISTOPHER
A Monument to Maryland' Pioneer Set-
tler Maslo at the White House.
Postal Affairs The Lottery
Washington D. 0. June 10 1891
More than two hundred and fifty
years ago a little band of heroes two
hundred strong headed by Leonard
Calvert landed at the mouth of the
Potomac and gathering under a mul-
bery tree bowed in prayer to God re
turning thanks f6rhis mercies; there
they celebrated the first mass in Mary-
land and there Calvert vowed by
God's help to found a city. It was
done the name of St. Mary's being
given this capital city of the province
and Leonard Calvert became the first
governor of Maryland. A little more
than fifty years after the seat of gov
ernment was removed to Providence
re-christened Annapolis on the
Severn river and then whatever glory
may have attached to the original
capital it fast sunk to decay and to-
day the spot has but two land-marks
a church a id school for young ladies.
Nevertheless the good old state of
Maryland was wakened to the fact
that it has failed to honor the memory
of its first ruler; an order for a monu
ment was given by the legislature and
this week with imposing ceremonies
the shaft was unveiled being placed
upon the site of the old mulberry
tree which has long since crumbled
into dust. The monument is of gran-
ite thirty-six feet In height and six
feet square at its base; on the four
sides are suitable inscriptions one
paying special tribute to the memory
of the departed governor. It reads
By his wisdom justice and fidelity he
The infancy of the colony guided
It through great perils and dying
Left it in peace.
This act on the part of the state
even at this late period is a just recog-
nition of one whose efforts were for
the advancement of all interests
whereby the Btate might grow into a
Mr. George H. Calvert and
daughter who are the only direct liv-
ing descendants of the first governor
were present at the ceremonies and
Miss Calvert's hand drew the cord
attached to the canvass revealing the
stately shaft in all its stately propor-
tions. NEW HONORS TO CHRISTOPHER.
This is a commemorative age and
the tend is to masses of stone in mon-
umental form. Today an exploring
party set sail from New York sent
out by The Chicago Hera'd under the
leadership of Mr. Walter Wellman its
Washington correspondent to find the
spot upon which Columbus first plant-
ed his foot in the new world. They
will take up the original track and
with a translation of his log in hand
endeavor to find the identical spot
and there they will rear a monument.
Nassau will be their first port and
chartering a vessel at that point they
win cruise among tne rsanamas until
some definite knowledge shall be
gained. Whether success shall crown
their efforts remains to be seen. This
we do know Columbus landed and
because of his peristent efforts to find
this goodly laud we enjoy today one of
the lairest spots in all the wide world
So let monuments rise and all honor
be heaped upon the memory of the
man who tracked the ocean wave and
discovered this Eden.
This expedition may have been
torinea in recponse to the suargestion
uiaue oy cuwaru iveretc uaie iu a
letter to Secretary Tracy quite
recently tie asKS tnat a vessel be de-
tailed for the purpose of following the
entire route remaininingateach point
just as long as tne great discoverer did
and following as closely as mnv
oe iiie ueittiis oi uany me tnus much
valuable information might be gained.
THE HOME LETTER BOX.
Last January Postmaster General
Wanamaker issued a call for a design
for a letter box to be placed at the
door of residences where the carrier
may deposit mail pull the bell and not
wait fir a servant to answer thus
much valuable time might be saved
ror servants are frequently slow in
coming and to a mail carrier time is
precious. Some 700 models are now
on hand and out of that number it
would seem the commission ought to
find something suitable. The placing
oi uvico at mreet corners ror the re-
ception of packages and papers is a
wonderful convenience. I was aroused
to the depravity of man one evening
when I placed a paper on the outside
of the letter box before the other re-
ceptacles had been introduced: meet-
ing a carrier I asked "Will that be
safe?" "O no" he replied "for some-
times people come along and cut the
stamp off." He kindly took my paper
and I learned a lesson i e: not to place
temptation in the way of anyone.
MUSIC HATH CHARMS.
The first concert of the season was
given at the White house grounds on
Saturday and a goodly company
gathered to enjoy the sweet strains of
the Marine band and also catch a
glimpse of the presidential household
and friends. Mrs. Harrison had in-
vited quite a number to join her on
the portico and as it was the last Sat
urday Mrs. Russell Harrison and Mrs
McK.ee would be present during the
season the guests were more numer-
ous. Mrs. Harrison wore a pretty
black china silk scattered
nisteria blossoms and a black lace hat 1
dressed with noppiep. Mrs. MoKee's
dress was of black and olive silk com-
bined with lace a dainty lace hat
trimmed with pink buds completing
the toilet. Alter tne concert retresh
raents were served in the red room.
In olden times these Saturday con
certs were elegant affairs tho elite of
the city gathering to stroll over the
grounds decked in dainty costumes
keeping time to the witching strains of
the band; but in later years nurse
maids and children Feemed to be pos
sessors of the sward and dinataries
Prof. Sousa director of the band
has been compelled to yield all work
for a ti ue. and seek perfect rest in
other climes. He sailed this week for
Europe to remain several months. His
illness was severe and it will probably
require some time to regain his wonted
Admiral Walker is speaking some
good words for an increase of the Ma-
rine band aud also for larger compen-
sation that so first class musicians
may be induced to enlist. He says a
band aboard ship is one of the most
efficient mean of maintaining discip-
line and almost every evening in sum-
mer on his own vessel the band is or-
dered forward aud to the soul inspiring
strains the men dance some times an
hundred being on deck at once. So
they forgot the tedium of their daily
round and seem to waken to new life
CRIPPLED BUT NOT KILLED.
The law excluding lottery companies
from the mails dealt a heavy blow but
did not extinguish that nefarious traf-
fic ' for business is now transacted
through the express companies thus
transmitting their circulars and tick-
ets and receiving their remittances.
Two of the leading express companies
after 1 he passage of the law issued
orders to their employes not to receive
lottery matter but it is asserted that
these instructions are not en-
forced. An instance of the decep-
tion practio d is furnished by
a New Orleans paper which publishes
two editions daily the difference con-
sisting in the omission in one of the
lottery advertisements and inserting
it in the other; this latter sent out by
express and the former by mall. It is
proposed to bring this matter to a
test and the constitutional right of
the government to prevent express
companies from carrying this restrict-
ed matter will prove an interesting
subject for debate.
A GOOD DECISION.
After the close of our late civil war
a statute was passed limiting the an
point ment s to our police force to those
who had served in the army and had
been honorably discharged. It was a
proper way to testify to the nation's
gratitude to its defenders but after a
while it became a positive hinderance
to emciency iu a service where above
all things sound body aud great
strengtn are needed. The years skip-
ped away bringing to many of these
veterans old age. silver crowns and
weakened limbs and the community
recoguizea that something must be
done if here in this city of "magnifi
cent distances" we would have proper
guardians of the peace. Now the
court has decided that the statute is
inapplicable as a limitation upon the
power ot the commissioners to make
police appointments so we may hone
for the strongest and best on our force
that can be secured. It is hard ser
vice and requires physical and moral
courage alike to deal with the vicious
cases that hide in haunts of infamy
and too much praise cannot be bestow-
ed on a faithful aud efficient officer in
this branch of our municipal machin-
ery. Lb. Dean.
was Willing to Give Up All.
When Queen Elizabeth of England
found death approaching her she
cried despairingly "all my possessions
for a moment of time!" There are
wealthy ladies today the world over
who would gladly exchange their
riches for sound health. Many are
made well and happy by Dr. Price's
Favorite Prescription a never failing
cure for disease so common to women.
As a corrective for all functional weak-
ness it is of universal repute among
the sex aud thousands of pale worn-
out enfeebled 'victims have been
changed into vigorous women and
girls by its use. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction or price refunded. Drug-
gists have it.
AUSTIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS.
The undersigned hereby gives no-
tice that the examination of applicants
for employment in the Austin public
schools will be held in the highschool
rooms in this city beginning on Tues-
day thel 4th day of July 1891 at
0 o'clock a. m.
Subjects of examination: Reading
geography arithmetic gram-
mar composition rhetoric histo-
ry of the United States algebra
geometry natural philosophy physi-
ology civil government and theory
and practice of teaching. An average
excellence in studies of 75 per cent is
requisite to employment. Previous
experience in teaching is a qualifica-
tion of the first importance.
R. M. SWEARINGEN
President Board of Trustees.
"Two Souls with bnt a Single Tnonght.
As they sat side by side they sighed
"Oh my idol!" he said and then idled.
"Dear Luke" said she as she looked
"I will wed thee if thou wilt" and he
wilted. The honeymoon passed in an
excess of joy. Excess in eating rich
food bri ngs indi&reStinn. ifk hanHanha
and frequent attacks of dizziness. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellet will n.nrA oil
these. They are tiny sugar coated
and easy to swallow. No other pre-
paration compares with them as a liver
pill. Thev are guaranteed nnrl mm i
La Grippe Again.
During the epidemic of La Grtpp
1st season Dr. King's New Discover
f ir ConmmDtion. Coughs and Colds
r roved the best remedy. Reports from
the many who used it confirm this
statement. They were not only quickly
reiieveu oat tne disease leu no Dm
.fter results. We ask sou to givo thin
remedy a trial and we guarantee that
you will be satisfied with results or
;ie purchase price will be refundal.
: has no eciual in La Grinne or anv
Throat Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial
Lotties free at J. J. Tobin'a Drug
Store. Large bottles 50c and $L
To Itself In many important particulars Hood- I
Saisaparllla Is different from and superior toln
ather medicine. "ly I
Peculiar In combination proportion and nr. J
iration of ingredients Hood's SarsaparUta W
esses the f uU curative value of the best knoV-
emedles of the vegetable kingdom. V
Peculiar In its medicinal merit Hood's Sarsana
rllla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown.
Tecullar in strength and economy-Hood's Su
laparllla is the onljr medicine of which can trui.
be said 100 doses one dollar." Medicines In larra
and smaller bottles reouire a . .
aot produce as good results as Hood's Sarsaoarliwt
- aw. ui noma "than is
more of Hood's Sarsaparillasoldln Lowell whtra
it Is made than of all other blood purlSeri'
Peculiar in lis phenomenal record of sales
abroad no other preparation has ever attaints
such popularity In so short a time. Do not be uv
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But do no! use the dangerous alkaline
and mercurial preparations which destroy
your nervous system and ruin the digesiivi
sower of the stomach. The vegetable king.
idm givfls us the best and safest remedial
ajenlf. Dr. Sherman devoted the greater
part of his life to the discovery of this rella-
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are vegetable. He gave it the name of
Prickly Ash Bitters!
a name everyone cao remember and Jo tho
present day noth ing has been discovered that
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LIVER 'oi the KIDNEYS and (or the
STOMACH. This remedy is nowsowtS
and favorably known by all who have uh
It that arguments as to its merits are ut
less and if others who require a correow
ive to the system would but give It a trial
he health of this country would be vastly
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ASH BITTERS. Ask your druggist (or it
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It has been In v.sa many yenrs and ha
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The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1891, newspaper, June 18, 1891; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278546/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .