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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plumed Knight — 16 August 1884

! The Plumed Knighi I Volume i. SAN ANTONIO AUGUST- 1 G. 1554. Number 3 LOCAL- PLUMES. T-"CalIaghanlsm" Is n local "Ism." Our local Mexican statesmen are all dressing better than In former years. The Jail birds who fall to get their letters better call on Sheriff Moduli to know the reason why. The Vaudeville has closed but the scent of the roses stll' cling to the Demo- cratic party Hilly Slmms. The AVhlte F.lephant had n Jollllca- tlon the other day. The number of pocket-books the Klephant has tramped on would fill tho Mayor' ofllce. It's a great municipal Institution Is theW.E. .fudge Noonan hat found Republi- canism and steady habits a turo preven- tative against the small-pox and tho de- moralizing effects of the court house Democraoy. The Express It seems has a Jail bird for a local correspondent. The political charaoter of the Kxpress Is bad enough without Its being the organ of the county Jail. Jose CaBslano Is now an Independ ent Democrat; tho last time be was a Democratic I...

Publication Title: Plumed Knight, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plumed Knight — 16 August 1884

'The Plumed Knight." SAN ANTONIO AUGUST 16 1884. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. rem riiEstDEXT: .1AMKS 0. BLAINE of Maine. roil vict. riiKMDKNr: JOHN A. LOGAN of lllluols. i'rkiiu:xtiai. elkctom : First DlstrlctJ. L. Taylor of Mnta gorda. Second Dlstrlot L. Y. Cooper of Houston. Third District J. F. Anderson of Smith. Fourth Distrlct-S. C. McCoy of Marlon. Fifth District T. H. Hannn of Grayson Sixth DUtrlct .1. W. McCormack of Dallas. Seventh District John L. Haynes or Cameron. Eighth District M. Meliner of Aus- tin. Ninth District John W. McDonald ofMcLellan. Tenth Dlstrlct-.ImncB V. Talbot of Williamson. Eleventh Dlstrlct-S. C. Slade of F.l Paso. 01l COXGHIMS TKXTII II19TRICTS JOHN 11. ItECTOK of Travis. Subscription 10 " Humid Knlghl" 25 cents during the campaign. Published weekly by James P. Newcomb. (Entered it Sen Antonio Poslodlee as second-class mailer.) Ilopubllcan State Convention Oalled. The Itepublloan State Executive Com- mittee have decided to call a State con- vention at...

Publication Title: Plumed Knight, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plumed Knight — 16 August 1884

POLITICAL SQUIBS. Ci.KVK.A.M ha too much of his brains under his chin. The I'lcmku Knkiiit will soon get Its vlser down nnd Its lance In rent. lie pa- tient friends. The tremendous task of writing Cleve- land Into greatness Is now heforo the Democrat lo newspapers. Dick IIl'rrai.d would make n Letter man In Cleveland's place; that Is Dick has still more brains under his chin. Monky Is the root of all evil. Free 'trade will take all the money out of the country henco the Democrats are re- formers. To jtxicr. signers to the Cleveland club It was distinctly understood that It would not cost anything. AccoiioiNO to the last phase of the Cleveland soundal Orover would be a handy fellow to have around. The only difference In our local Denio- rruoy Is that the party Is running the machine and the clique Isn't. Muhat Halstkad Whltelsw Jteld and others will start a campaign paper In New York to be sold at a cent. It is evident that'some of the gentle- men who signed the call for a Cleveland ...

Publication Title: Plumed Knight, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plumed Knight — 16 August 1884

Tbo Tonth of August. Tin' loth of August Is a day set apart liy the loynl people or our inountnln counties to decorate the moiiiiiuent reared to Uio memory of tlio Union men who Tell at the Nueces massacre un the 10th of Augiut 1802. On the Hth of AtiRuattjM!2 n party of It Union men all Germans except four or live met on Turtle Creek In Kerr county and proceeded to leave the Slate by nay of tbo Mexican border. This was the advance band of sotno 300 Union men who had determined to leave tbo State rather than take the Confederate oath or take sides agoliut the United States government. They wcro leaving In pursuance to a Confederate proclama- tion and did not nntlclpale any Inter- ference from the Confederate authori- ties. This advance party was guided by Jacob Kuechlcr and hod safely reached the Nueces without molestation only .keeping a look-out for Indians. Here ' J hey pitched their camp In an open grove surrounded by a thicket. The night or thd Hill of August tl.o camp was .ill...

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