The Austin Evening News (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 5, 1875 Page: 2 of 4
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thai Iiis nunio
Washington Juno 1. The Postmas-
ter General is about making an extoii-
tAo Vostom trip to see for himself how
MsBLIJfiSy iWtivity Htill characterizes
m&ZJjaSyj thoflQan8olKKf (lie Indians. A Stand
yVe clip tho following item fiom
E&orgetown Democrat dated to-day :
Mln tlio hc.ut iifiii.i!i;iii
r4 """" "u van
jmr -prospect i0i iliu International
l.K.ti. N " . ... .J -" w.v
Wiprppoiiy-Jiolclers to be liberal to
rrmnni'itvin nrniimimn i n. .
Kfy'1 0 1m !oHttcd. Let tin's
TV!""? wii ucorgoiown ami not
llWlBBPllpowo limils then iiwuv
HBthoJiiiirliL visions I'm- fnm. .....
"'TiiolJoblou Commercial List iei
gJM-senfH -IhjWinil muilcet as quiet:
-ItOUIers Ol WOOl mo KlilloMuili nnvmn
in oioo up inn Modes 1)01010 lie it
..i' ii... ....... ..i:.. 1...1 . m
vi uiuiiui) t hi iinu i iiiiiui:iii turr....j
Pui-cljasiug only ibr luesmJiMPyVs -no
Njojv lor lower leejuBZ.ts ' (1
ii" .. . .. jmuiriui kii us oi cioc i-
medium ileojK: . .i...:....ki i.. .5-
k.Mv...1 .. .. Htvcua tuiii uu.iiuiuiu nun ;i
r i-rr''VJX?..... (. Itllll nil linpn rr. !...
?lply i limited bill otherwise
)ects of the trade are not very on-
Among the sales of nnw.tslied and uu-
mereh.iutiible fleeces 10001) pounds
Texas Spring aL 90 cents and 8000
pounds fnio Toxus atllL cents are report-
KDi&rurct Court oi Travis Countv.
rliCL following causes have been
(WrftFiiVrifho dnvb named in the
9kS5 3B7 :0?W Tuiadity.
0 UjWa .'0iy Wcdnobdny
18 .J.'WI' 4375 Friday
21 47(i 4401 Monday
22 4405 44280upsday
23 44S! 4445 Wednesday
24 4 140 to end Thursday.
" 11 4075
r Liruarv EsTi:itTAixsu-;NT .Tho libra-
' j(y auil.musical cnteitaininenLs of tho
Austin Iiibrary Associatipu.xvere Avell at-
tended. Last night tho Library room
wijrowdGiljLo excess." Mayor Wheeler
thoesMlout of the Society being absent
iif Ho'ustou Mr. G. W.G Browuo was
caIledfto the chair. Tligjjnusio of tho
yveilingwas botlji Yocallrafl-iutrumental
and wiW furnished by MujmS Edith Carlo-
(ou7'Bottic Grooms nmXMis's Tiny Liun.
-M.yiiMlTJlg. tlglivqycd.ivycvy iulersting
leeCuvbiTpo"n fciiolling ana-ineououslnl-ludeil
to tho inuiiia tluit'lindseizod upon
tlioljicoplo of the country upon tho sub-
jccl.'Boforo she eoncl Ittletl" she Bpoko
ui'siiliug-by-souud uujjjfipolo pot unap-
provingly of tho systoufrOupt. Jossolyn
rea(riu"excellont (jtylo Whittier's " 1'ris-
onoi' lbi'.Dobt'' also a huniorous piece on-
titlvd'lrho Young WidoV'
MUtJIKPt Crowther created at groat deal
of merriment by reciting.a hunioious
pruduetiou known as s( Tho Ghost."
Another ontortainnicnt? will bo given
ou1JSxt Friday night; SVo'aroglad to
beo tlittt'oin' citizens talco such an inter-
est in tlio affairs of tho Association. Wo
tnisf'ttiRt they will lloekqto tho room of
the Association iu siielPiiUinbers as to
make it "necossavy for tho Library Coin-
ipitteo to secure more cowiuodious (puu-
t'ers to accommadato thcHvuudieuces.
To Keep Books vho&iDamiv A few
drops of any kind of psjiwcd oil will
secure books jvnd manuscriptH from tho
deteriorating ufteota o;niold and damp.
Tho species of leathefu) extensively
iVwhI bybook-biudoro oes its power of
withataudiug the eO'eots of these destruc-
tive agents to tho tar of tho brch tree
UeiulH alba Western l ural .
ii?mi n btimr JiiirfiieriJi Oi-kwi n l'h
norlciTH. V 'ffW' r--X
Xi:n- York Juno 4. Duncan Slier-
....... .. C S i
muu ivi oos unior lias decamped with
amiaxv June 4. The Al tornoy Gen-
eral has served a foiinal Hummons on
fifteen eounly ticasureis for delinipiency
in their leliuns.
Concord N. H .jio 4 The lionse
unanimously adopted a lesolution io-
questingtho Supreme Court to givo an
early hearing to tho qneslion of seats in
St. Clair Pa Juno 4 Tho miners
were compelled to quit work. A lepoit
( ifttj'i i...j j i
...n wniujii Liniu iwo somiers w
bv tho riiiilii-u. JTOTot
Xi".v York Juno
cms of tho AIjiHnujl'ho Giand 0111-
to-day. TlujPcj0'fi wut5 installed
cession UbP5 wtno 2!JG82 in tho pi o-
AjV" odnesday exclusive of bands.
.anta Juno 5. Tho negio Orange
as hung yesterday lie died fearless.
He had nothing to say but good-bye.
lie wrote a letter to his father this
morning. He concluded it by saying ho
expected to be a dead man in tour hours.
"J expect to bo slain on tho gallows and
I hope at this time to sleep as a pig in
the suiibhine"'' "When urged to correct
this last sentence he refused saying a
dead pig would know nothing aud so
Havaxa June 5. The steamer Cres-
cent City fi'oni New York ai lived hero
yejitefflay afternoon. On Tuesday at
7:30 p. at. when the steamer was oppo-
site Sombrero Light some of tho Hues
in tho forward boiler buistcd. Tho
steam escaped into the furnaces and
threw burning cinders from three of
them into the bunkors. The coal took
fire and the -bunkeis were soon' in
flames. The Humes rushed upward leu
feet high through tho von tilator to tho
upper v deck. Tho engineer closed tho
ventilator before tho wood woik abovo
ignited. No alarm was. given owing to
tho admirable disciplino maintained by
Capt Curtis. Every man was at the
post designated for him before hand for
such emergencies. In less than two or
three minutes three streams of water
were pouring on tho fire aud within ten
minutes it was extinguished.
Daudankw.c Tux. June 5. D. 1
Cloyd one of tho editors of tho Inde-
pendent was killed by It. W. Wishart
in an affray caused by an articlo reflect-
ing on Wishart. Wishart is a prominent
lawyer and a nieuibcr of tho Legislature.
SiiKKA.N'DOAir Pa. Jp 5. Persons
iu anibu&h attacked workmen. MobB are
approhouded everywhere. At a mass
meeting working men resolved to con-
tinue tho Btriko money aud provisions
Cincinnati Juno 5. liy tho explo-
sion of tho boiler of an engine on the
Cincinnati Sandusky &Cleavclaud It.
lteJn&t night Thos. L'irkiii engineer
was killed and Jos. Lees fireman mor-
tally and au engineer named Thos. Cran-
spall were severely injured.
Madrid Juno 5. Tho Carlist General
Saballi with 2000 muu has sivttackcd
Dlauco aud been repulsed with a loss of
Deficit in "he V. S. Treasury.
Tho probability of a dolicit in tho Na-
tional Treasury is eounrmod by a state-
ment iu tho Daily Bulletin purporting
to bo ollicial of receipts and expenditures
during tho first three quarters of tho cur-
rent fiscal year From tho following
table it uppers Jhnt Iho latter exceeded
tho former by about $2150000 :
Receipts. Expcnilltu res.
First nuni-tur 80884'285.99 $&134Si4B
Second quarter . (W461.717.1'J 5871450 LSI
Thir quarter 7(5598740.30 781U5521.00
Total 310048740.47 8252514.60
Nor does this iucludo redemptions of
flve-twoutles amounting to $1090000
which makes tho excess of oxpeuditures
That tho original estimates of tho Sec-
retary of tho Treasury huvo exceeded tlio
actual income is evident from au exam-
ination of the receipts derived from cus-
toms and internal revenue. Still tho
groBS xeceipts from internal revenue are
likely to exceed tio amount calcjijute.d
upon if wo take into account the allow-
a"c to. bo "If do for the premium on gold.
With tho call of tho sinking fund there
" "none 54Wuuuu payable Juno
11. lo meet this demand it will require
ii uinuurHcmenu ot capi
the Treasury can bear r
deficit nf nhnttf. i!tnru)
ovi table. N. Y. Graphic
tal yrcaler than
mill It fllilicirw. ...!.
deficit of about SI5.000.000 fwnm ?...
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Ni:w Orphans June 2. Tim comliiit-
leo on Information and Statistics of the
NeW OrleailR fnl I Mil nrnlmnrrn I 1
bMiwanKskMl tho.dufy of comj.iliug
ii. ntitiuimi couon crop repoil made up
fiom tjio returns from various exchanges
appointed therefor bv flu. iinM...i..
ehange submit Iho following for May
in iL'iium i() . if! nniw nn ..r .... :..
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Galveston Depai tnient Texas One
liundiedand twelve replies lee.cived
from sixly-ono counties givo an average
incicase iu acreage of this over last year
of about seven per cent. The won Mm..
nas neen gencially dry and cold and th
ciop is said to bo about tw
oiimii .uiur i l i ..... .
uiiuivnuiu uuii iu
iition. Labor abundant and
Feililzeis comparatively un-
Tin: subject of discussion of the Pecan
Stiect debaters to-night is "Which is
of the most benefit to the Stale of Texis
at tho present day Pop-corn or beueli-
1 egged Fico 1 "
J. JB. WELLS1
Hancock building Pine St. West of Avuinie.
Fino Imported Goods.
Cloths Cassi nicies Vesting and Suit Goods
of the finest quality.
All work giminntccil to give satisfaction
or no sale.
Special attention paid to Cutting. lw
.Fashionable Bother Shoj)
Who is bound to please because he bus such
an able corps of export workmen giv
ing lull satisiaetion in ouavini
Also Cuts Children's Hair.
Come and try us.
THE PARLOE SALOON
Pecan Street uIladhe u .Building
Where .Too Cordoba will always be glad
to meet bis ftiends.
Clioico Liquois aud the bebfc Havana Cigars.
Como and see mo.
FREE LUNCH from 10 to 1 P. JI.
Pine St. 100 yds. W. of Avenue
Iu addition to her regular Practice Madam
Henry has the celebrated
Medicated Hot Vapor & Water
KII EUAIATI8M NEURALGIA
ONE VAPOR BATH
Will cure a bad Cold forth with.
LUNDGIIREN & TORNQUEST
W JP3.i5t Class
Boot and Shoemakers
PECAN STltEET PLAIT'S BUILDING.
All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to or-
der in the latest btyle and warranted to give
lvcpaiiiu done lo order on bhort notice.
Of all kinds of Fire and Burglar-Proof
SAFES AND BANK VAULTS
WITH BEST .COMBINATION LOCKS.
Ai-so Uopidrs Iron and Brss Work at
the" lowest possible terms.
Old S'lUM taken in' part nayment for now
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Cor. Congress Avenue and A&li Slreet
STAR AUCTION HOUSE
Pecan Street ojvpoMlc Breiuo'ihl's Bank. '
HAVE JUST 1USOE1VJBD--A
f'rebli Sujply of
Boots Shoes Hats and
As well ab a large assortment of
XADJES DBJuWUOOJJS OP A.LL STY LPS
J. A J) J PS' SUJTS;
yjjwillic-ia selling at reniarkalily low. prices 4'
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mJJ Ton will always Jind B. P. STACY und'G.'B.
BIxAZIjEION ffJacl' to ineet.theii'iold .iiiends."aiid w:
sellf'goods lower tlml rtlie!lowe3tl V 4 ! M '
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