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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 21 July 1888

VOL. 1. NO. 7 —— — OUB TfCZST. Fob President, GROVER CLEVELAND. Fob Vice-president, ALLAN G. THÜRMAN., Fob U. S. Senator, RICHARD COKE. /RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888. Subscription $2.00 Per Year. THEtlTY The esteemed Brenham Bannei I is very considerate and gives as more I credit than we are really entitled* 'Newsy Budget of Notes ROSES. Fob Congressman, WILLIAM HENRY CRAIN. to. It says: "Jeff McLetrore is making a big success out of his new paper, Tub Richmond Democbat. Fort Bend county is unfortunately situated for the democratic party, and never since the war could the democrats be in- duced to take any interest in loca politics or get up any enthusiasm until ho went there and started his paper. 1 hey now have democratic Fob Governor, LAWRENCE SULLIVAN ROSS. I clubs, hold barbecues and expend great deal of oratory in the good the causa." If our county commissioners will invest about three hundred dollars in one of those patent road ditchers and put it to work, they wi...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 21 July 1888

y y JEFFERSON IAN DEMOCRACY. aía*. a _ . I Hempstead has the name of being |p£ft|6ílíritf tough town; an unenviable 2 puta-1 =- tion gained through the practices of Revived by the Young Men's Demo- i •. j i i « . . i r rol i ^ link «i itai4 j ^ a>a^i.a its dare-devil despeiadoes who have Published Evert Saturday. Published Weekly in the town of Richmond, Texas. E. D. Linjí, Proprietor. Jeff. Mc-Lemore, Editor and Manager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $•> 00. Six Months 1 00. Three Months 75. lately ridden rough-shod wherever fancy pointed, holding human life in little moment and spurning all law I and justice. The state rangers, how- cratic Club of Fort Bend County, 1. Equal and exact justice to all men, of whatever state or persuasion, religious or political. 2. Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations; entang- • o i •* uti iicaii* ever, have been stationed there now liner alliances with none. for some time and have put a check Support of the state govern- to...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 21 July 1888

< J* i íííi \ \ , í 1 iíü¡§, toKiiiaíion .ai By- Laws. Of í ho Cleveland ind Thnrmar: Democratic Clal> ot Fort Send County, Texas. í- v. n I hogUSniíl " one to i x- Secretary's to «am e. ¡ anoi k . ; I ty_ r *'U ¿ !*s ír-r i nptd id. ■ ilí •. SSÍOil p1.ÍK'< addicS- tí P cha: TIOS 4:, PREAMBLE, WHEREAS, Tlie Democrats r.-f Fort Bead couatv compo-v. i; . principle tax payers viso sustain tbe burdens of oar c«auity, and believing that taxation should have representation, especidlv in our county affcdivs to the end tlsat our county's just liabilities may be paid and economy unserved: that no unjust bur- dens 1:'.ay be imposed upon i'so peep! ■. and ti at honesty, integrity an.) capa- bility may be supreme in our count v government, and desiring to sacare anil perpetuate a .just, fair, wise, economical and representative- county administra- tion,—we have therefore banded our- selves together as a D mocratijj Clui , whose object shall be the meteri.-v t- y . anconient of our coun...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 21 July 1888

\ V * ^íkíinjaut! Published Every Saturday. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888. Business Notice. Mr. Jos. Andrus is authorized to solicit and receipt for subscriptions to The Richmond Democrat, ana any courtesies shown him while in the performance ot such duties will be duly appreciated by The Management. Farmers* Alliance Notice. All matters of public interest pertain- ing to the County Farmers' Alliance, will be published In The Richmond Democrat if desired, and all secretaries of sub-alliances in Fort Bend county are respectfully requested to furnish this paper with news notes pertaining to their respective alliances. FQET BEND DEMO (MI. LIKE A NIGHTY LEVIATHAN IT RISES FROM THE WAYE OF OPPRESSION, And "Tells The Truth" in Words that Echo to Every Portion of the County, ■ GO TO- S. L. SAM -FOR- Fine Boots 1 Shoes. Houston. Texas. LOCAL ITEMS- Drink Julius Winkelmeyer beer, only at Schaeffer's. Kept [4-lm Choice coffee, equal to the "'Peabody,' at 22 cents, at Ziegelmeyer's. Heaton's Screw W...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 6 October 1888

VOL. 1. NO. 18 1 \ 4 County DEMOCRATIC Ticket. o For sheriff, CLEM BASSETT. For countv judge, P. E. PEARESOJf. For county attorney, t. z. mitchell. For county clerk, JOE CHENEY. For district clerk, c. w. PAKÍÍELL. For county assessor, l. e. gibson. For county treasurer, DR. john mccloy, For county surveyor, UEOJUiE H. SCHLEY. For cotton 'veigher. . « v jokf e. n1wj1.l. For county commissioners, v yakdell fekis, no. 1. a. j. adams, - no. 3. henry farmer, no. 3. r. p. briscoe, - no. 4. ANNOUNCEMENTS For State Senator. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. G. Maetze of Austin county, as the Democratic nominee for the Senatership from the 12th senatorial district, com- prising the couuties of Fort Bend, Austin, Washington, Burleson and Waller. Al¿ rings are not endless. A drowning man will grasp at a single straw. It is only one month _from now until election day. Dr. Rutherford is the most -watchful man in Texas. Work was commenced tli's week on the railroad extension from Victo- ria to...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 6 October 1888

\( t t: Published Weekly in the town of Richmond, Texas. E. D. Linn, Proprietor. Jeff. McLemore, Editor and Manager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2 00. Six Months 1 00. Three Months 75. ADVERTISING RATES. Two inches one year #20 00. Two inch es six months 18 00. Two inches three months 9 00. Six inches six months 50 00. Six inches three months 35 00. Sslf column one year 85 00. alf column six months 60 00. Half column three months 45 00, One column one year -140 00. One column six months 00 00. One column three months. 65 00. Local notices 20 cents per line each insertion. Special rates given to regu- lar advertisers. Communications of a personal char- acter must be paid for as advertise- ments. Marriage and death notices, not ex- ceeding fifteen lines, inserted gratis, Advertisements in^-erted for a less time than three months will be charged $1 00 for first and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Legal notices will not be inserted unless paid in advance. This rule admits o...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 6 October 1888

IJil'IftESTS OF iHK TEXAS AK11 Of 1S35-6 * By Mooes Av.stiu Bryan. DEAF SMITH. On the 17th or 18th of October, 1835, "the army of the people" arrive*! at the Salado, on the roa. from (ionzalea to Han Antonio, and so< n after General Austin's tent was stretched, and the gen- eral (being in feeble health from his long iniprisjiiment) w as lying on his blankets, - resting from the fatigues of the march from Uie Cibola, firastus Smith (better known as Deaf Smith) came into the tent and sat down close to the general, saying: 1 "I have a wife and little children in San Antonio. I wam you to give me per- mission to have a talk with the officer commanding the picket guard of the Mexicans on the hill, about a mile from the camp, to know from him if I will be permitted to go to San Antonio/' Smith also informed the general that he and his brother-in-law. Arnold, had been on , a buffalo hunt on Little river for several weeks, and as his wife was a Mexican woman, and his family was in s " An...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Democrat — 6 October 1888

I ¡khüfltitl Ipkwfocrat SATURDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1S&S. o GO TO- S. L. SAM -FOR- Fine Boots 1 Shoes. Houston, Texas. Something New. THE original LITTLE LOUISIANA LOTTERY City, Bio., under the aospicee of the La. 1 Of Kanisw . State Lottery. Capital Prize $7,5oo, Whole tickets 90c. Half tickets 25c. For ticket* and general information address L L. Sherman, Houston, Texas, sole and exclusive agent for the whole State of Texas. Also authorized agent for the Louisiana State and Little Havana Lotteries. For tickets and information in any or ' all of the above Lotteries address Isaac l shebxan, 72 Main street, Houston, Texas. For small sums of $3.00 or less, oneand two cent postage stamps trill be taken. NOTICE. All persons having guns, cartridges or belts belonging to the Pearesou Guards, will save themselves trouble by returning the same at once to S. J. Winston. Batice to Subscribers. Those of our subscribers who fail to get their papers regularly, will confer a favor by informing this ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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