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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 August 1871

mwMtii.ijan ""'-7 i1". " THE STATESMAN. TRI-WKEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN titn'gleeopy.aia month-.. Hngle copy. ooe noDtb.. . 3 tMI ft WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. 1 Blogleeopy.ow year..... 1. J Singw coi.y ii atataa ' Fie eoptto ouc year 19 wv ? TbaabovAflMeianrpaele. uu The Executive Committee.: . . Tbe Central ui Senatorial Executive Com- ki miuee chosen by tbe Democratic State Con- - ventioo art a followi: ; V j " '. A: 8. WALKER Chaisjum.. ; 1 it. H. BOWER." . Jun m-i-w i ' w. u. wiuoiL : a sEED. 1 Centre! Kiecuuve Committee. i . . ' iBUttTOUA. DISTRICTS.. . j . lit Distriet E.B. Pickett Liberty.- ! 2d do S. B. Bewley San Augustine' " 3d ' t -4th -..!" 6th 6th do T. K. Bonner Rate. . -.do -: Jemea W. Ewing Palestine. . do ; June H. Jones Henderson. do J. P. Douglas Tyler. ; : flo James W. Pod. Marshall.' 'Tin tiuisth '-'-do H. P.Vabry Jefferson. iioSthi. 4o..i W. B. WrigbtCUrkirille. 10th "lltb i 12th 13th. S Utb ' 15th 16th 17tb . 8th 19th - 20th iJ 21 1 do ' Wm. A. Wortham Hopk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 August 1871

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TUESDAY. .... J. AUGUST 1 187L C-PartaeBtip Niice. The ondersigned have formed a copartner- ship to be known as the Statesman Pcblish- we CoHPAirrfcfur the purpose of poblifhing piper in AastiD Texas to- be called the "DEMOCRATIC? STATESMAN" and trans- act Mich busioese ai belongs to a publishing company. - . ANTHONY DEFFENA!JfitT - JOHN 8. McEWEN - - BKKDETT C. MURRAY. ' ' CHARLES H. DEFFENBAOfiH Austin July 20 1871. FOB COiVGRESS. FOURTH DISTRICT. HON. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travia County. -j '. ' riiiT mstbict. HOS. W. S. HEBNDON ... '.Of Smith County. . SICOHD DISTRICT. HON. JOHN C. CONNER : ; Of Gray (oo County. " THIAO 0IITBICT. HON. D. 0. GIDDINGS ' Of "Washington County. ELECTION October 3d 4ib 5tb aod 6th. Oar Papr for tbe Campaign. As the Democratic Statesman is being established for the use of the people of tbe whole State it U desira- ble and proper that its friends iu every locality should take soma pains to extend its circulation. Under the cir- cumstanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 August 1871

THSTATKMW. TUBSfMY.. AUGUST 1 1871. LOCAL MATTERS. Wa suppose our work this hot weather will not be classified as Coolie labor. Soxa people beeome intoikated with sue- ceee ; hereabouts it takes something stronger. Thb latest by- word out sc'ema to be judg- ing from conversation oo the street "dry op." Th prettiest girl in Anstin has jost re- turned from school and the boys are very lnncb elated. ' i v : ' Pcbs blondes have 110000 hairs in their heads brunettes 102962; so says a chap who counted them. . Aa excellent cura for diarrhoea is the fol- lowine used in the army : equal parts of . : aaMnKA aanrt nninm -' i ayiv I a ' Th Diet ef Worms must have adjourned to this country as wa see one of our restan 'rant keepers placards in hia own band ' Worm meals at all Hours." ' " - Thb Dbmocbatio Statbsmah ought to hare circulation in Texas of at' least ten thou and soviet dorine the present campaign1. Will the Democrats see that this is realised? 'A word to the wise" &c Louisa is now...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 August 1871

. TEE STATESMAN. AUSTIN . - . TUISDIT...; ..... -AUGUST 1 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Oo city U unusually healthy. . . . i Fim boildiogti are goiog up io ur ritj in :i atarj direction. ; Tub ftreet ear .anterprise it li thougLt will bs) McceM. I i Tmm- United Siatej Court now in sjriou( .. . r... .1 ; ; Lrr ui organize a County AgicuitL-ral and j t tfecbanical Society aDd prepare In time to bar a fair next jaary - - ' tit --' ; i. j -jL. i i 1 3 fiaaoiui.. We see by tfit CIothm pub- . ' ;liibed' at Jackioo MtMiatfprtf iW onr old friend Captain Robert Joseln ii sprndiog few daja at tbat place. i . ... ""-trzr- ! . : Wib&te tbe beat aieortmeot of material 1utb"ettyfot4oing- general potter- work. Bring is) ; jonr handbill programmes and v i. ooagere aaa give ui a trial. That ence sajestic itream; the Colorado bnabout iiQccnmbed to the beat. A ; J ' icbocl boy can. eaiily ford it now and if we f . : are got bleated with a bountiful rain soon we ' - frball leon bare to nay it baa "dried np."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1871

V."V- r x . - - - - I; ' . 1 r- r- V THE STATESMAN. TRI-WKEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATES at AN insta eopy one year . .... uileeoelx uoatba J siugm wpy in munta.. f) ': WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. IDfUBOpT.OM J Ml a --l nut... I J Iiaaopla ou yaw 1 H) uvt mac ara pcle. : ; Tbe Executive Committee. ; Tba Cuttil and Senatorial Executive Com- saittea chosen by tba Democratic State Con- veution str u follows : . . A. S. WALL1X Chairman M. H. BOWERS JOHM D. ELLIOTT w. m. "Walton b. a sheed. Central Exeeative Committee. : SaVATOBlAI. DISTRICTS. 1st Diauict E. B. Pick at t Liberty. 2d do S. B. Bewley San Augustine 3d ; do T. R. Bonner Busk. 4th. do James W. Ewing Palestine. . 6tn do Jam H. Jones Henderson. 6th do J. P. Douglas Tyler. 1 Tth do Jamai W. Pope Marshall. . fib do H. P. afabry JeSerion. 9th. . do W. B. Wright ClarkerUle. : 10th do . Win A. Wortham Hopkins. 11th do 8. B. Maze y Paris. 12th do : R. L. Fulton Galveston. ; 13th do P. E. Pearesoo Richmond. 14th do . J. W. Henderson Houston ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1871

'I Tl THTJ Tl from W nam ino 04 bad d icril tiM Tna . A Geo mot j . met I of I coo bod tre 1 in I Tb. ana bar li wr- mei wu abt i not t ren talf de coi lir tk( tbt bit net str da; suj En ico 00 I no in; ex 1 ' ac w' bl I It R tr S . c m b V tU- tb a" A ar al tc h ri n. a e IT t THE STATESMAN.- ' . ' C-Putaihip Nertictv The undersigned have formed a co-partner this to be known as the Statesman Pcslbh- iko Goxpixt for the purpose of publishing a paper in Austin Texas to be called the ' 'DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" and trans- act such business as belongs to a publishing company. -. . ANTHONY DEFFESBAUGH - . JOHN 8. MoEWEN v EREDETT C. MURRAY. ' CHARLES B. DEFFUNBACGH Austin July 20 1871. FOR COXGRESS. FOURTH DISTRICT. HON. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis County' FIRST DISTRICT. - J HON. W. S. HERNDOK " ' Of Smith County. " i IICOHD DISTRICT. HON. JOHN C. CONNER Of Grayson County. THIRD DISTRICT. ' : HON. D. C. GIDD1NGS ' ' Of Washington County! ELECTION October 3d 4tb Sth and 6th. AUSTIN" THURSDAY .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1871

.4 THURSDAY AUGUST 24 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. "Thi following gentlemen are authorized gents (or the Democratic Statcsman. ; Capt. Dane Hill 1 Gen. A. R Johnson Bornet TexM- ... Pierre M. Brown Dallas Text- i Clles H. Butditt Walnot crek. John U. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. I . il. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown Eiq. Fayette county. r - Col. R. A. Rutherford Travis county. llLlL Mr. J. Habrxll offers the City Hotel and a tore room for rent. under (he proper head. Niw Corn Vial is now qnite plentiful in the market. It retails at $1 75 per bushel. Thi water in the public wells has risen several inches since the showers last week. IaisH Potatois Northern importation can bow be Obtained in Austin at one dollar a Thi law card of W. W. Martia Esq of San Marcos Hays county appear! to-day. ilr. Martin is 'well established in business i i .and needs only to be tried to be found true. '- I "Wab'8 Alabiis" were no more discord- ant or horrible than the trill of the bugle at . barracks as it f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 24 August 1871

L :!TIIESmESMJiN. .-.TSUX3DAY.i..... ..'....; AUGUST 24 1671 LOCAL MATTERS. i - r Thi law od laud office card of W. H. Griffiaappearsta-day.j .Mr Griffin is live bu and we thank him for his effort ia oar bebe.lt -.:! ; W knew we tbonld shortly hare raia1 for ont barometric big-toe hai been 'impressing nt with the fact for several days patt and it rarelj ox never fails. ; j A lAxai Jang of laborers are. already at work oa the other side of Waller creek near the bridge gradiog and preparing for laying the ties for the railroad. .-..s -i -: - Tec artillery company u out on the Cap- " ilol ground drilling yeiterday. We noticed . their sew uriform got somewhat foiled dor- ."'Jog the progTertof the drill!." : i ' .Th Governor offers a reward of $500 for rth dellverr to the sheriff of Coryell county I: of George I. .Wilson charged with killing Charles Haynes la1 that county. .i .. fTo or three ..If icaa-acrobats hare been ' -' -ASlonisain? the T)effTfKa'in tfc virinitv nf ?F3eaes.BHai" for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1871

THE STATESMAN. . T im. JEi i TBI 'WEEKLY DEM.OCHATIC STATESMAN fingUeopy one yer...A..i g 00 wti ge eipr six mu.tt.a .1111 3 OO H.ile copy 01.0 isrcib 30 " WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Singlaeory.cte yea' a 3 OO Single ir. i rat-nthi... 133 Fie eopl' 01 .e yew..-.. ...".. ".""..." 10 OO "The above rauw are . fMtte. The Executive Committee. 4TBe Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mittee chosen by the D?mo;ratie State Con- vention are as follows : 1 . . .A. 8. WALKER' Chairman. M II. BOWER? . JOHN D. ELLIOTT W.M.WALTON ' B. . 8NEED. .' ' Central Executive Committee. SENATORIAL DISTB1CTS. lat District. E. n. Pickett Liberty. ' S. B. Bewley San Augustine T. R. Bonner Rusk. Jamea W. Ewing Palestine. Jamel II. Jones Henderson. J. P. Douglas Tyler. James W. Pope Marshall. H. P. Mabry Jefferson. W. B. Wright Clarksrille. Wm. A.Wortham Hopkins. S. B. Maxey Paris. R. L. Fulton Galveston. P. E. Peareson Richmond. J. W. Henderson Houston. J. M. Maxey Huntsville. Seth Sheppard Brenham. G. J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1871

THE STATESMAN. -Partnsi hi p NMkf. The undersigned have formed a co-partnership to be known as the Statesman Pi-bush- ino Comi'asy for the pnrpose of publishing a paper in Austin Texas to be called the "DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" anil trans- act Fuch bu.-ineB a lxMongs to a publishing company. ANTnONY PEFFKSBAUr.ri JOHN 8. McKWK.N KRKDKTT C. MUIIRAY. " ' - " CHARLES H. DEFFKNTAUfiH Acstix Jalj SO 1871. . ' " FOR CONGRESS". F0TJRTII DISTRICT. HON. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis County. FIRST DISTRICT. HON. W. S. HKRNDON Of Smith County. SECOKD DISTBICT. ' nOX. JOHN C. CONNER Of Grayson County. THIRD DISTRICT. HON. D. C. GIDDISGS Of Washington County. ELECTION October 3d 4th 5th and Gtb. AUSTIN. THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1871 There are some w ho deem to be famed for bad deeds have fame at alL it better than not Tax-Payers' Meeting. The Tax-Payers' meeting next Sat urday in this city will be addressed by Governors E. M. Pease and A. J. Hamilton and others. Remember if you are wortb but one hundred dollars...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1871

IMTATESMAN. AUSTIN THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. The health of the city ia good ; so say the doctors. Several dwelling houses are going up in (he western portion of the city. . . . .." Water melons and cantelopes are still in the market tut peaches are scarce. Quite fall of dew took place Saturday night the first in this section for several weeks. . The water in the two public wells near Waller creek is two feet deeper than it was before the raina of last wtek. Some young man desirous of fun and pas- time should drop a line to Mies Minnie P. L. See proper column for "wants." Now is the time to buy land cheap for cash. See Mr. R. J. Hill's advertisements in for sale column. Sevaral members of the Legislature have already arrived. The Legislature took a re- cess in June to convene on Tuesday the 12th proximo. The campmeeting at Fiskville is progress- ing finely.'-. A large number were on the grounds Sunday and Monday and much in. tereat is manifested especially by the young. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 31 August 1871

THETATESiMAN. THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Tn following gentlemen are authorized agents for the Democratic Statesman. R. D. Cude Cade's Mil! Hays county. Capt. Dane Hill 1 D . Gen A. R. Johnson BarDet- T4S- Pierre M. Brown Dallas Texa. Giles H. Burditt Walnut creek. John O. Gordon Saa Gabriel Texas ' J. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. 'J. C. Brown Esq.; Fayette county. Col. It. A. Rutherford Travis county. Captain D. C. Carrircton Leona Le n co. Eggs are making their appearance in our market at 35 cents a dozen. Waller creek was running Saturday the Grst time in six week?. The hulls of cotton seed which are bow at waste product can be made into the finest paper. Water has been rising in all tho wells of the city since the glorious rain Thursday night. Sheriff Zimpleman arrested three or four men on the streets yesterday supposed to be horsethieves. A matron says there is more love in a flour barrel than in all the roses and woodbine that ever grew. Get a piece of smoked gla33 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1871

'4 i f t ' St i7 THE STATESMAN. TBRMS 1 TBI WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Single eepr on yer - 9 M Biogleopyiz moutbi 3 OO giofla copjr one meoUu &0 . WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Single eopr one yr.... Single oofiy aix month. Tii eoptM. one year.... ' Th above rata ara tpacie. The Executive Committee. Tbe Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mittee cbosen by the Democratic State Con- vention are as follows: A. S. WALKIR Chairman. ' M. H. BOWERS JOHN D. ELLIOTT. W. M. WALTON 8. G. BNEED. y Central Executive Committee. SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. "1st District. E. B. Pickett Liberty. JLA.:. do S. B. Bewlev. San Auniin 34 '4 th 6th "6th 7th 8 th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th ISth 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22d 23d 24th 25tb 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th do do do do do do . do i do ' do do do -do do do " do ' do .do UO do do do do do do do ;do do do T. R. Bonner Rusk. James W. Ewing Palestine. James II. Jones Henderson. J. P. Douglas Tyler. James W. Pope Marshall. H. P. Mabry Jefferson. W. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1871

thestata. C-Partarahia Nalicv. The undersigned have formed a eo-partner-aaip to be koowa as the Statesman Pcblihh- reo Compakt for the purpose of publishing a paper in Auitin Texan to be called the "DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" andtrane- aet such busmen a belongs to a publishing company ANTHONY DEFFENBAUGH ' JOHN 8. MoEWEN BREDETT C. MURRAY CHARLES H. DEFFENBAUGH Acsns July 20 1871. M. PETTKNQILL CO. AdTartlatng Aieute 3T Park Bow New York are herewith au- thorized to reoeare aad receipt for advert UemenU. beoripUona te.. for the Duociatio Btatzsxas. FOR CONGRESS. FOUKTH DISTRICT. HON." JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis County IR8? DISTRICT. HON. W. S. HERNDON Of Smith County. (ICOKD DISTRICT. HOX. JOHN C. CONNER Of Grayson County. TniBD DISTRICT. HON. D. C. GIDDIXGS Of Washington County. ELECTION October 3.1 4th 5th and 6ih. ATJSTIJI" THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1871 UO.V JOIIX UAXCOCH Will speak during the present month at the following points at the date stated: Bastrop -Thursday.... September 7 Serbin S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1871

THE STATESMAN ATJSTIN THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Tai following gentlemen are authorized cents lor the Dimockatic Statumis. J. W. Cartwrigbt Stepbensville Erath Co B. A. Brown Blanco Texas. M. C. Muckola Caldwell county. Alston Dnggan San Marcos. R. D. Cade Cade's Mill Bays connty. K Whiter B-. Texas. Pierre M. Brown Dallas Texan. Giles H. Burditt Walnat creek. John G. Cordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown Esq. Fayette county. Col. R A. Rutherford Travis county. Captain D C. Carrington Leona Le.n co 'Squire Breedlove Mountain City Hays Co ' George w. lilasscock ueorgetowc. We bad a slight nortber Monday morning; the first of the season. We have noticed many members of the Legislature on the streets the past few days The Legislature will meet this day week! It is thought the session will be a'short one There hare been Tery heavy rains the past week between here and Giddings and team sters report the road as nearly impassable. A few loads of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1871

THE STATESMAN. .trSTIN v... SEPTEMBER 7 1871 THURSDAY. LOCAL MATTERS. The river Im risen about thirty inches from rcent rains and U still rising. We bare added a hundred and twenty-fire names on onr Weekly subscription book since Monday. Copies of the Wiikly Dkmocbxtic Statis- miv in wrappers ready for mailing my be bad at onr office. Onr thanks are due fr ends for lists of sub scribers to onr Whelt from several coun- ties which hare been received since onr Tuesday's issne. . A. gentleman just returned from near Georgetown tells us it has been raining aK most constantly in that section lor five or six days. The county is flooded and the camp- meeting was drowned out Thi Raw. Another delightful succession of showers gladdened our people yesterday cooling the atmosphere bracing up weaned bodies and minds as well as reviving leaves trees and vegetation generally. Tub Stagi. The stage for Giddings came in last Saturday between five and six o'clock. The up train from Houston ran into a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1871

THE STATESMAN. TEnMS i TBI-WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Wogleopy one yr - $ 8if loopyii mouths 3 0 8inl copy. on nootb.. " 40 TTEEXLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. llHpFn Jr...; 9 3J 8ia(. eopy fix month.... 1 ! Fit ropt one year ! OO Th bee rmU are parte. tTbe Executive Committee. The Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mitUe chosen by tbe Democratic State Con- Yenlioo are at followi : ; -- A. B. WALKIB Chairman. . U. H. BOWERS . ' Jon D. FLLIOTT . VY. al. WALTON B. G. SNEED. ' :' .' . Central Executive Committee. SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 1 it district E. B. Pickett Liberty. - 2d . do .. S. B. Bewley San Augustine 3d . do T. R. Bonner Rusk.- 4th -do . . James W. Ewing Palestine. 6th .do . James K. Jones Henderson. -6th do J. P. Douglas Tyler. 7th r ;. do - - James W. Pope Marshall. 8th 7 do k II. P. Mabry Jefferson. 9ib ; do Wt B. Wright Clarksville. .- lOtb . - do . Win. A. Wortbam Hopkins. ll tb ; do -. S. B. Uaxey Paris.. 12th . do ; 'R. L. Fulton Galveston. . 13tb do :.P. E. Peareson;.-R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1871

THE STATESMAN. Copartnership Naiicr. The undersigned have formed a copartner- ship to be knowa sb the Statesman Pcblish- ixo Compact for the purpose of publishing a paper in Austin Texas to be called tbe "DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" and trans act such business as belongs to a publishing company. ANTHONY DEFFENBA.CGU' JOHN 8. McKWEN. BREDETT C. MCHRAY. CHARLES H. DEFFKNBAUGH AUSTIN July W 1871. -- ' - - Cyfl. It. PETTENGILL CO. Advertlilng Ainlt 31 rtn luw Kew Vote are barcwitu au- thorize to receive and receipt for advefliaemeota. subscriptions etc for tbe Dsxocbatio Btatssmaj CyGKOBGE P. ROW ELL k. CO. Advertiiini- Areata. 41 Park Bov. New York are herewith au thorized to receive and receipt for advertisement eiibecnptiona etc tor tbe dmmookatk aTinaxia. FOR CONGRESS. FOURTH DISTRICT. HON. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis County. FIRST DISTRICT. HON. W. 8. HERNDON Of Smith County. SICOHD DISTRICT. HON. JOHN C. CONNER Of Grayson County. - THIRD DISTRICT. HON. D. C. GIDDINGS Of Washington County. EL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1871

THE STATESMAN. THURSDAY .SEPTEMBER 14 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Thi following gentlemen are authorized agents tor the Democratic Statiibuk. J. W. Cartwright Stephensville Erath Co. B. A. Brown Blanco Texas. M. C. Muckols Caldwell county. Alston Duggan 8an Marcos. R. D. Cnde Code's Mill Hays county. Capt. Dane Hill "I . - Johnson Whitaker Buroet- M" Pierre M. Brown Dallas Tex a. Giles H. Burditt Walnnt creek. John G. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. ' J. C. Brown Esq. Fayette coonty. Col. R. A. Rutherford Travis connty. Captain D. C. Carrington Leona Le.n co. 'Squire Brjedlove Mountain City Hays Co. George W. Glasscock Georgetowc. John A. Forbes Florence Williamson Co. W. H. Borgets Seguin. We bear.' some complaining of chills and fever. " Very few vegetables those few not the best. in the market and The prairies are full of bridt. Journal. Are they by-brids? One bakery on the avenue bakes ah ut twelve barrels of flour per week. i The drouth the past summer has kille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1871

THE&TATESMAN. THURSDAY... ......... SEPTEMBER 14 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Pecans acorns and other varieties of mast are filling out rapidly since the recent rains and tbe prospecta are now good for a plenti- ful yield. We understand tbe member! of the Turn- Verein (ocietv of. Austin are making ar- rangement for celebrating the first anniver- sary of tbeir organization by a grand ball at Sbnltz'i ball on tbe 28th instant. ' . Mr. Ab. Cook has just commenced laying tbe foundation for a new brick residence on tbe corner of Metqnit and San Marcos streets. This block but recently vacant is now al- most wholly occupied with neat residences putting on city airs to a considerable extent. We see from our exchanges that fairs are to take place this fall In different portions of oor State. What is to prevent Travis connty organizing an Agricultural and Mechanical Society and arranging for the exhibition of tbe products of our fertile soil and the handi- work of our artisans mechanics wives and ...

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