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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 2 June 1869

(£jl REPUBLICAN. M. H. GODDIN, \lhe Fedéral Union Must and Shall Be Preserved."] PROPRIETOR VOLOME II. HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JUME 2,1869. CONSTITUTION OF THE t3TJLT3B OF TEXAS m « • [Continual.] Seo. 22. A Commissioner of the Gen. toral Land Office shall be elected by the qualified voten of the State, at the aame time, and in the same manner, as the Governor, Comptroller of Public Account*, and Treasurer may betolec.. ted, who shall hold his office for k like period of time, and shall possess the same qualifications. He shall W the custodian of Archives of the land ti- tles of the State; the register of all land titles hereafter granted; and Shall bet-form suoh other duties as may be Quired by law. Bee. 23. There shall be an Attorney General/of the State, Lieutenant Gov- ernor Collector of Public Accounts, and Treasurer, who shall be appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate. He shall hold office for the term of four years. He shall reside *t the Ca...

Publication Title: Union Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 2 June 1869

1 V ' V v f8( ME REPC8LIÍA\. . - -.^vct yuiv«k -..-, \'"Í-*S} ■ T*?í 'Ti ■ id. B. OODDIN. EDITOR. WEDNESDAY JUNE 2d, 18M. MAIL SCHEDULE. Four-horse coach from Navasota, ai rives on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat. urday, at 8 a. m., leaving for Crockett one hour after. Arrives from Crockett Monday Wednesday and Friday, at 3 p. m' Uuving for Navasota ono hour lifter. Two-horse hack arrives from Nava- sota on Sunday, Wednesday and Fri. day, at 0 p. m.; leaves for Navasota on Monday, Thursday and Saturday, at C a. m. Fare from Navasota to Crockett, $12 specie; from Navasota to Huntsville, $5. Horse mail to Homer, Angelina co. by Newport and Sumptor, leaves Huntsville on Monday at 8 a. m.; ar rives at Huntsville on Saturday at C p. m. gy- if in our published receipt for the week, we should at any time fail to insert the amount properly paid to us, on account of printing or work done in the Union Republican OpfIck, we hope that the parties paying the samo will refresh our memory- so that we .m...

Publication Title: Union Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 2 June 1869

m REPUBLICAN. I® We have several articles this Veek on the subject of "Imperialist." We hope our friends have not become alarmed. It is more insignificant than old Jacks "tooth pick extracted from , ft^aw log." These Confederates kr.ow v what a good Government is-they are ' like the Coquetish girls—seldom mean )s what they say, when they are abusing Sam, or Johnathan as n* lover of theirs. You bet they are not in favor of a loyal Monarchy -and they know they could get ho other—because the little fear alone, that us might be high Magul in these port?, would keep their heads levil on that subjeet. Imperial Governments would play the , with such fellows, a ad they . *■ w#u!d have to do as its first projectors lere have done— get to some country that was not "too hot" id the execu- tion of its laws—Rest easy Brethren. VERY IMPORTANT FOLKS. TO SOME •I 4 ilEADQUARTEKa 5tH MILITARY dist., , State of Texas, Austin, Texas, May 10,1809 ^General Order, No. 87. The following extract from tke la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 2 June 1869

B. COUBTADE, EVNTHVXLta TEX 8 ~ (Under the Maaonlc Hall.) WHOLESALE í MTAIi Dealer In Grocerie , Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. 4,'«r. >y. $20 A DAY—To Male *nd Female Asenta—to introduce the BUCKET E $20 SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. Stiob alike on both aides, and is tie only Licened Shuttle Machine in the market sold for less than $40. All others are infringements, and the sel- ler and user are liable to prosecution and imprisonment. Full particulars free. Address W. A. HENDERSON & CO., Cleve- land. O. n-24-3-m. $25 KNITTI NG MACHIN E WANTED!—Buyers and Sellers for the BR1CKFOBD FAMILY KNITTER, the most reliable inven' tion for the household ever made. It knits 20,000 .stitches a minute, runs back and forward, and sets up its own work- Parties are mrking from $3 to $5 per cay at their homes. Our new Book of Instructions is plain and ex. plicit. Bickford Knitting Machine Co., 12 Broomfield St., Boston, Ms.—tf " QVICX SALES—SMALL PROFITS o ■ CHEAP STORE Huntsville. - - . Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 15 February 1871

c-A. Jo. V THE 5 / JKC f M. H. GODDIN, EDITOR [The Federal Union - t '' ' ' ' - Must atid Shall Be Preserved.] 4fD PROPRIETOR. VOLOME III. HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1871. NUMBER 27. THE OFFICIAL ORGANi OF THE 30th JUDICIAL DISTRICT, AND THE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE. POSITIVELY NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED IN THIS PAPER HERE- ""©« AFTER, UNLESS ACCOMPANIED WITH THE CASH. REMEMBER. EXCEPT, SUCH LEGAL HATTER AS IS PROVIDED Br THE PUBLIC "©B PBINTINQ 'ACT, TO BE PAID FROM THE PROCEEDS OF SALES. .Tiinnr™oi.>f. Thirtieth District. Hon. J. R. Burnett, Judge. Residence Huntsville. Hon. W. E. Home, Dist. Aty. Residence Hunstville. COUNTY OFFICERS: W. B. Rome, Dist. Clerk. M. Butler, Sheriff. A. J. Rape, Surveyor. Dr. H. C. Oliphint, Treasurer. CITY OFFICERS: M. H. Goddin, Mayor. Aldermen, H.C..01iphint, A.T MO Kinney, John Courtnde, Joshua Houston, (Col.) John Clark, „ E. B. King, Marshal. Republican Executive Committees. p1r8t congressional district. Chairman, Hon .1. II. Morrison, P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 15 February 1871

* W THE HMJINHIMK FoviDaDirM. il. ooddin, May 26, 18S7. « | be just and fear not.] For President -iu 1872, mm l GRANT, Subject to tho nomination of the Na- tional Republican Convention. HUNTSVILLE TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1871. Ta« Official Groan of this 30tii Jud. Dist; AMD TIB Citr or Hl:STaVII.LK. . M. H. Q0DDI2V. EDITOR. Tumi >3.00 *'• i o.«™,ut. NOTICE. In order to insure timely insertion, all legal- advertisments must, be liando e<J in at this ottieo by 4 o'clock Mon- day evenings, as wo go to press early Wednesday morning. There is quite a demand for juries those days in many trivial cases. In this there must be a hope in that way to override law and justice. Qur friend J. L. DicKSon of Anderson, Orimea county, writes us us follows : "I am pleased to say, that tho District Gourt is largely attended, and that Judge James It. Burnett is disposing of business very rapidly, uqd giving, universal satis- 1 J. L factioh. (/Signed" J. Lawenee Dienson, Clera." We are glad bo s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 15 February 1871

zvwr THE UKION REPUBLICAN. Grimes I SHERIFF SALE. i By virtue of an order ofsale No. 78, Iesu- I ed by the clerk of the District court of ¡ Walker county, in favor of Susan P. Smith- THE Ofc F1CIAL ORGAN OF THE j or y8 yft g, Dunn, W. R. Wooten and 8. 30TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, I S. Moore for two hundred and nineteen ia> Composing tue Counties of ' dollars and thirteen cents, with interest "San Jacinto," Walker, j thereon from 2d day of February, 1889, at Madisov -a rate Of eight per ceut, per annum ; X will * ' . Sell at Public sale, before, the court bouse — 7 I door, in the town of Huntsville, Walker LOCAL MATTERS. j county, on the firs! Tuesday in March, A. i D. 1871, for cash and within the hours pre- scribed by law for Sheriff sales, the fol- lowing desoribed tract of land, to .wit:' That portion of Thomas II. Webb 6-10 acre tract survey in. this county which lies south of Sandy creek, and fifty acres of gaid survey, on north side of said creek, • 1 nnill Ad A n AHA f vl ll Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 15 February 1871

THE Dim REHIICAN. 0 • • tí. H. GODDIN EDITOR. Communications fot the '-Union Re- publican" can be dropped at the Post office, by thove who are ashamed to be aeen entering a Radical Printing office. But be sure the money accompanies each communication. Bulb for Estimating the Printer's Fees. Count the lines of the writ- ten instrument, including lines partly blank and endorse- ments ; divide the whole nums ber jby 8, and multiply the result by the number of week's publication may be required The result will be the num- ber of dollars required to pay theprinter. Thus, supposo the num ber of lines to be 65, and the number of publications 4; one-eight of 65 is 8 l-8th. Multiply 8 l-8th by 4, and the result is $32£, the prin* ter's fee. Amounts must accompany copy except in case of Sheriff sales, for which amounts an account will be opened with them for payment after sale is made. Hereafter the above notice will be strictly observed. Dec. 7th 1870. RRIVATi AND DEPARTURE OF ' MAILS AT HUN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 5 April 1871

■+ ÍZZ**-*'■' * .•wir^v- •* ,^. :*s J*f. J? GODDIjV, editor y [The Federal¿Union Must and Shall BePreseved.'] VOLUME III, HüKTSVIijIJi, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1871- AND PROPRIETOR. NUMBER 34. THE < UNION REP VBLICAJV" u the OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE 30th JUDICIAL DISTRICT, AND THE CITY OF HUNT8VILLE. • positively no advertisements" ■ inserted in this papes hebe" * > after, unless accompanied ' 'with the cash. remember. • ' except, such legal matter as " • ir provided by the public ' ■ pbintinq act, — to bb 'paid " ' prom the proceeds op sales. ' ."CAN NEITHER BEAD NOB WRITE." r One of the greatest shames to our «ivilization is the lerge number of our population that can neither read nor write We have not learned the results, in this regard, of the census of 1870, but according to the census of 1860, the number of persons in the United States uuabled to read and write was 2,872,111—most of them born in the Southern States or on foreign soil. More than half the population of Al- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 5 April 1871

T 6 Vil REPWtl. Fovxueo r M. II. fíobi'in, May 2Í, 186Í i be jt'st a ! fear not.] tor President in 1872, ULYSSES L HUn, Subject to the nominatip-,1 of the Na- tioaal Republican Convention. For Ccngrcss, Hon. L. W. STEVENSON, Subject to Conventional nomination. HUNTSVILLE TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. 1871. Tan Official Oku an ofthb SOtii Júd. Dist ¡ahd tub cltt of hcj.vtsvh.le. M~J1. O ODMÑi......... EDITOR TlCKM¡l$3, 00 l'eh A NXlll C'UKKBNCY. Our "sookdologor" in our ljist issue has dried Joe Kirgan tit), (lie is a lit- tle more decent now, and bad better be. We see that our Representative But" ler, is the fastest horse racer nt Austin, and that Austin is a fast place. Hon. J. P. Bu ler, one of our Repro- sentatives in the Legislature deserves credit for putting through the bill in" corporuting the Huntsville Tap R. R. Captain Butler is one of our most ener- getic and efficient Representatives. Our other Representative, Hon. R. Williams, also aided in the good worn. The governor has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 5 April 1871

f 4—5"—II- - ' ' ~ • ® ••-■ - THE IIMII! MFIIBIICAX. l-ateisifflttsi =s_ -1 *®v®Jtiiemento printed in accordance with «f l"« District ( EDITOR.1 i ,; u ni co,t one dollar for each ue directed. I M. H. GODDIN. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE 30TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, Composing the Counties or «k iy "San Jacinto," Walker, -% |g^ Orí lies and Madibon. t LOCAL M J ITERS. LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE "UNION REPUBLICAN." J, Lawrence Dickson, district olerk, . Anderson, Grimes county, Texas. 'Honry Johnson, district olerk, Cold Spings, San Jacinto county, Texas. Thomas Keesee, sheriff; and Julius Knttncr. district clerk, Uadisonville, Madison county, Texas. The above named gentlemen are au« SHERIFF'S SALE. an order ol sale, issued oat Court of Grimes County, to —r~ ,ur each we directed. X havo seised and will sell ^erUonofeirery ten lines set in this sit- asunder execution, the following described ^a£ÍLn^hi ™¡ t3!!lrM í.*lal legal dVor« pfopertr on the first Tuesday and 2nd. asemeuts bo printed weekly tou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 5 April 1871

THE OHIO!) MM From the Houston Union.) THE COALITION OP 1869. The attempt to organize what aras known m the moderate Republican party, as it was designated by those R publicans who figured in the movement or the Conservative party, as it wan called by the Duuiocrats who took stock in it, was the result of the mi- guided and misplaced philanthropy or those Republicans who put faith in Un- professional of rebels wlio pledged them selves to abide by the result* ot the war in good faith, but who have since basely belied their profusions. It was also joined by those* Democrats whu bad failed by fraud and violence to i«- gain their iost power, and who then, for the timo being, wero willing to • stoop to conquer." This coalition was a complete success in Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Missouri, (to the Democrat* ,) and so we see thai the Virginia Legislature honors the portrait of Le und insults the likeness of Thomas. The Legis- lature of Tennessee repeals the school law, and the...

Publication Title: Union Republican, The
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