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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 June 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIH TEXAS. rilURSDAY JUNE 29. 1882 i TERMS OF 9UBSCEIPTION. Six Months J 00 T.la Mnnlhl 3 00 ClnhnMn 17 BO Club of 11 80 00 Texas watermelon have beea oiling cheaper iu St. Louis than in Austin. Democbat8 of South Carolina are trying to induce Senator Hampton to run for governor. Thk Chinese government will pro- teat against the anti-Chinese bill ; and this is all it may do. It has grown to be a proverb in Texas that the wise politician suc- ceeds by antagonizing the Galveston News. Tub New Brauusfels Zeilung the only German Democratic paper iu the state supports John Ireland for governor Jt is asserted that John Hancock is the favorite in Falls couuty for governor. No man could make an abler one. Tiik Texas Farmer the orgau of the state grange opposes Mills and urges Lang for congressman. It is published at Bclton. The wheal harvest is well under way throughout southern Missouri and the yield is all that was expected. In Kansas the same tbiug vau be aid. Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 June 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTtS TEXAS. riiui:spAY - - I JUNE 29 1882 Thk California Democratic con' veutlon after balloting for three days nominated btoneman for gov- ernor. The lawyers of Kentucky held a bar association a few days ago bat tbey did not mix it up with a polit leal convention. The military custodians of Gar- field's tomb are principally engaged in making an exhibition of the dead man's face. When will this foolish- ucss end ? Mr. Blaine's Pan-American con- gress is going to be a failure be- cause there is notbiug that may be accomplished by such a combina- tion of republics. The Republican convention to nominate a candidate forcougress in the seveuth Ohio district sruve up in in despair alter taking 317 ballots and remaining in session three days. And now Governor Luke Black- burn follows suit General Abe Buford having led off. The are both engaged in the game of win- ning a place in heaven for the blue glass products pt Kentucky. The Light says Judge Ireland "lives too ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 June 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. TIIURSDAY JUNE 29. 1882 EXAMINATION. 1.A8T WEEK AT ST. MARY'S ACADE.nT. Th Progress T Paplls Dar- !( tho Put Term. . DUtrlku(iB f Jledals and Hon- rabla Nentlon. Examination at the above mentioned institution commenced on Monday tbe ' 6th lnt. and continued throughout tbe week a previously announced in the Statesman. It wu well attended by tbe parent and patron who without exception expressed tbe greatest satis faction at tbe manner in which tbe classes were conducted and tbe prompt and lucid answers ot tbe asholars. Examinationa are frequently the very opposite of wbat tbe word Implies. Tbe pupils are posted In advance on tbe qusstionsthe teacher intends to put to them wbat example tbey will be called upon to work and are thus prepared to make a display of knowledge ol which older persona might well be proud. That tbe examination held at St. Mary's waa not of this description was evident from the first. A programme for each day was made out...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 July 1882

'HE WHILY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 6 1882 TE11XS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Montbi....; 1 00 TwiWi Montlii t 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of U 30 00 Ex-Governor Davis issues his call for a Republican sute conven- tion. Fufpeb will be flipped out of the arniy on the same day that Uuiteau Jumps down into eternity. The secretary of the interior wants $250000 with which to com- plete the census work of 1880. Ths Texas political pot boils and soon it will flow over and out.and the liquid will make a slop all arouud. General Weaves is reported as making Democratic speeches lie does as the darkey said: "When you are roaming do as Borne does." Crawford is evidently going to be Wellborn's successor in congress ; and a right good successor he will be one highly creditable to Texas reflecting the genius of our great and growing state. An Independent paper opposes Crawford because he is a great criminal lawyer. The Independents hare no candidates noted for even any special ability and there...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 July 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - - TEXAS. TUTJIISDAY JULY 6 1882 PLAI8TED is the Democratic nomi- nee for goferiior of Maine. " Abilene baa handled one million pounds of wool during tbo present Beaaon. Thb Tyler Courier gives Judge Ireland the most unqualified en- dorsement. Tub bill admitliug Dakota as a state sleeDs. to wake no more until the next session of congress. It is estimated that two-thirds of the delegates to the couuty convcu- V tion are in favor of John Ireland. Coryell endorses the Roberts administration but is not at all in love with any third term movement Williamson county instructs for Ireland as does Bastrop county and the Potter's store precinct in Travi county. Thk Examiner says that nearly all "read the Alcalde's latest publl cation as an intimation that ho is willing; TnK San Antonio Light is satisfied all this misuuderstanding between the Alcalde and the Xew was pre concerted. "Hot as ever" was repeated ten thousand times ou the streets yet' terdar. and "hot a...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 July 1882

emviZmt2 f .tin rt wn eAaiaf3ia&a HE.JEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. THURSDAY - - - JULY 6 1882 II 6k; Le J. Farrar of Limestone county U urged to become a candi- date for the state eenatorship from hi district. ' Tub only opponent Alexander II. Stephens will bare in the Georgia Democratic convention lor the gub- ernatorial nomination will be A. O. Bacon. Mr. Bacon announced him- self as a candidate before Mr. Ste- phens' name was mentioned. He sbqws no disposition to withdraw from the field but on the contrary has recently written a letter in which he makes a vigorous attack upon Mr. Stephens as the candidate of a cabal. A Kansas paper asserts that the people of that state have planted under the state forestry laws 93000 acree la trees. The cottonwood on account of its rapid growth has been planted most abundantly. Some 6000 acres of black walnut have been put out. These 93.000 acres of trecst if welt cared for will in a few years not only add greatly to the beauty of Kansa...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 6 July 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 6. 18.' The Meacalero ludiaus Lave re- volted against agency rule. The Brenhain Banner nays that it is evident Judge Ireland i guiuiug ground. And now Charlie Stewart is an nounced as the Fourth of July oni tor at Houston. W. Li. Lkusino ot Tom Green county U a candidate lor the attor- ney generalship. It 1 said the prohibitory laws 1 Kansas have effectually stopped the Immigration of all foreigners. Thk Urcuhaia Manner and the Wacrf Lxnmincr are trying to get up a Giddiugs gubernatorial boom. The yield of corn in MisbUsippi is being cut short because of the use of northern raised corn fur seed. W. L. Crawford made n light in Dallas county agaiut monopolies and won over Wellborn who is re- garded as the representative of rail- way Interests. Thk Israelites ol Texas will hold conlcrcnco at Houston on the ltith of July to devise further ways and means for looking after destitute refugees coming to America from Russia. Should the Alcald...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 13 July 1882

t - ' - 7 f THK WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTEN -- TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 81 r MonMu S 1 00 Twelve Month ;. 1 00 Club of 10 17 50 Club of IS SO 00 A fellow wu sent (o jail in Brooklyn for kissing bla girl ; and Mr. Beecher still walks the streets at ease. A Bin. has been reported In the home to increase the salaries of the patent office officials by' a large amount. Every effort is being made to enlarge the field for political as- sessments. Mahoxk is at borne inaugurating a more for an extra session of the Virginia legislature to attempt to enforce the partisan purposes upon which he failed seme time ago. The fact is the Republicans are demand- ing that they be reimbursed on the failure to redistrlct the state to their own liking. Hates county Democracy in- structed for Ireland. It began on the Bio Grande and swept east- wardtakiugln Bexar Comal Hayes and the- indications are that Travis will be added to the column sup- ported on either side by Williamson and Bastrop. The movement ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 13 July 1882

j turn THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTEN TEXAS. j THURSDAY JULY 18. 1882 Somk or tbB Roberts delegates want to try Storey. An exchange says Storey would carry out the Roberts policies. The New York Texas and Mexi- can railway is now completed to Victoria. And now a railway is projected to extend from Brenham westward through Gonzales. The Democrats of Menard want tbe gubernatorial nominee to be chosen from western Texas. The Hunt county Democracy instruct lor John Ireland lor the gubernatorial nomination. The tariff commission is about to orgauize as it is said to go to work. Then wo will see what we shall seo. The Statesman wants to see lion. J. D. Sayere made permanent president of the Galveston conven tion Caldwell county Democrats are instructed to vote forjudge Ireland Should his name bo withdrawn they aro to suDport Storey lor governor The rate of taxation in New York city will bo 52.60 cents this year against $2.62 of last year. The tax' rate has not been so low since before tho w...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 13 July 1882

"HE mm STATESMAN. AUSTIN . - . TEXAS. THURSDAY - - JULY 6 1882 DE L AH' A TasAYIN'. KxhorUtloD it colored camp meeting The dialect t that of a Mississippi plaiiUtloo ) Look oat backslider whar you walkln'T Make a misstep fho' you bo'n. 1 tell 70a what It a no dm talkln' Kf yoa allp op chile 700 goue. De road la full er stumps and Hubble Knu an' lnk bolea eberywhar I spec' dey'll gib yoo heap er trouble 'F you don't stop yo' foolln' dar. It'a dark pitch an' mighty cloudy. Spec' dedebbll'e welkin' man'. Fun' thing you know he'll tell yoa "howdy" Llf bit hoof an' to tup de groun'. Man can't yoa aee a eto'm a b re win'? Hear de awful thunder peal I Look I Blaaen' Ugbt'nla threat'nln' rain Oh backslider Cow yon feeir Drap on to' knees an' go to praytn' Ax de Lawd to he'p yoo out. Chile tell him yon'a a lam' a atrayia' Dona got loa' an' stum'lin' 'bouU An' den you'll aea de atara a gleamln' ' 'Lnmlnatln' all da way. Yea 'bout ten thonsan' twtnklln' beamlo' Mmack uutwell de break ar day Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 13 July 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 13 188? General Bob Toombs will sup- port Alexander II. Stephens as a gu- bernatorial candidate. Governor IIubbakd announces that if elected to congress he will resign bis position as attorney for the Texas aud St. Louis railroad. Judge Thcrman thinks of becom- ing a candidate for congress in one of the Cincinnati districts. It would be well to return the distinguished statesman to the council halls of the country. Governor Foster of Ohio.thinks the Republican party of his state will not lose over ten thousand votes because of sumptuary legisla- tion. That is quite enough to give Democrats a walk-over. SoMKof the temporisers ask that the county convention do not in- struct. Ihe rule in this county has been to assert power whcu it is pos- sessed and there appears no reason why we should now go back on this rule. We dovote considerable space to an admirable speech ma.de by lion. O. N. Holliugsworth before the teacher's stale convention...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 20 July 1882

m mm statesman. AUSTIN TEXAS. l TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month! f 1 00 Twelve Months J 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of 11 80 00 Thk Waco bar declares in favor of an elective judiciary. Pbuident Arthcb Is quoted as saying that when he gets through with the business of the remainder of his term he will be ready to retire to private lite. The returns from the counties la Georgia already heard from give Mr. Stephens 200 votes for the nomi- nation with every indication that he will secure two-thirds. Thk stato bar meeting assembles at Galvestlou on the 16th. If these lawyers will jnst take less stock in state nominations than in bar regu- lation they will secure lens adverse criticism. Thk repeal of the New York usury law upon call loans restores the quotations of money to a nor- mal form that is 6 7 8 9 per cent or higher; the old form was 6 per cent and l-64th or l-32d per day commission. lv this railway iuterest which is being talked of assist in naming a candidate for governor Coke wil...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 20 July 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 20. 1883 I Mississippi the prospect for cotton crop is said to bo about two- thirds of the average crop owiuir to the recent cold spell. Notwithstanding the prohibl lion rage in Iowa in about eighty counties of that state oyer sixty thousand acres of barley have been own. The Western Uiiiou pays forty six per ceut annual dividend which certainly warrants it in paying for first class men to write out the press reports. Georgia and Louihiaua arc claim tag that they can grow as fine tea as China but the taste is different bo cause they have never got the hang of what kind of poison the China man puts into It. And now Mr. Kcagau Is reported as saying he cannot afford to be tie leated at Galveston. Ireland will be nominated on the first ballot even with tho Roberts delegates voting their choice. The Drenhain Manner says: "It is darkly hinted that Colonel Culber- son would bo acceptable to East Texas for the pluce of governor." Yes it is r...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 20 July 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 20. 1882 THE TWO GLASSES. There sat two irlavaes. Ailed to the brim Oo rich mn'i tahle rim to rim; One we ruddy and red as Mood . And one aa clev as the crrnlaJ flood. Hud the glaae of wine to the Dalnr brother. "Let toll the Ulee ol the put to each other. i can m i oi nanquei ana revri and mirth. And the proodeei and grande't son Is on earth Fell under my touch ae though truck by nngnt. Where I wae a kins for I ruled In mieht. From the beads of kings I have torn the crown. From the height of fame I have hurled men aowa; I have blasted many an honored name; I have taken virtue and given name; I have tempted the youth with a dp a taste That ha made hi future a barren waxte. Far greater than a kins am I Or than any army beneath the skr: I nave made the arm of the driver fall. And aent the train from the Iron rail : I have D.adegood eh I pa go down at sea. And the shriek of the lost were sweet to me. For they said "Behold how Rruat you be....

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 20 July 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 20. 1882 The west with great unanimity endorses Ireland. Tub Taylor county delegates instructed lor Ireland. are The Gateavillo Sun wants Rob- erta but it is perfectly satisfied to bare Ireland instead. The Gatesville Sun sheds tears because of the follies of General Je- rome Bonaparte Robertson. The president has approved the act for the erection cf public build- ings at Dallas aud Shrevcport. Ir the ambition of Corslcana be gratified the little city will supply the state with about half the state officers. G eneralGreen 15. Raum is goiug to Maine to engage in the canvass. He is struggling for the Illinois senatorship. The most noticeable strugglo be- tween capital and labor at this time is to find hands enough to save the crops of the country. John G.Thompson expresses the belief that the Democrats of Ohio will carry the state election aud gain two congressmen. The porte protests agaiust the bombardment of Alexandria but dispatches...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 27 July 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month 9 1 00 Twelve Months S 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of 11 30 00 George Washington Jones is secretly baiting irts traps to catch the unwary. Thk inside thoughts of the differ- ent candidates about this time would be interesting. Bell county made no nomina tions for reoresentative and the race will be free for all General Robertson is unani- mously in favor of being the next gorernor of Texas. War as a royal holiday pastime is a miserable failure. The massacre of Christians at Alexandria was hor rible. Reports from all over the south show the cotton plant good aud its present condition lair. It is open ing rapidly. People who keep cool over the political complications during this year will be the happiest and enjoy lile the best. Ik congress will only adjourn the couutry will settle down and pre- pare to go through the heated term quietly and pleasantly. Tom Ochiltree is the musical lyre upon which the Republicans ot the...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 27 July 1882

THE WEEEY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 27 1882 nriiAftniTii CT ITr XirlCX ULIYIUOnrtl IV OIMIL IIUICI FOR GOVERNOR JOHN IHELAND. of Guadalupe. FUR LIBtJTKNANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of Navarro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN of Keel Kiver. FOR TREASURER F. R. LUBUOCK of Galveston. FOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALsII of Travis. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant. FOR CHIEF JCSTICB HCPREMK COURT A. IL WILLIE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J.W.STAYTON of Victoria ; C. S. WEST of Travis. FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS J. I'. WHITE. of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dallas ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. Tub first bales aro beginning to pour in. Tiik tariff commission appears to bo a gigantic fraud. The nominations for the supreme bench give universal satisfaction. Tuk full text of the platform adopted at Galveston appears in this issue. The Republicans in Arkansas are having a Stack time and the party is flying to pieces. Ueorqe Washington u ones be- fore...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 27 July 1882

J ! - V TT.' m weekly statesman. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - - -JULY 27. 1882 A RCnEJIBRlNCEi Tou May the sweet arbutus time Aad tbruuijn tbe breesjr bnddluv wood The lUDhrami played their pantuuiime Hal troubled wbcrews atooU. And trembling too we Mid cood-hv; For In our buaria love' old aweel un j Had ended wllb a dreary siU ik-cauae we sang It wrung. We parted and the yean bave brousht Uuuuubvred aunge both aad and Ui;ht; But never bave our uearla been tautjul To sing thalsoug art;Ul. Bnt atlll that one perfected werd Keeps musically hauuliug me; Tbal one full note wltn paeeloo (tlrred R-Iura we lout luekcr. And uini-InK grateful tear drops start; 1 am ao Kiaulbat I bave beard And uuk It. loo with all my heart Tbal one perfect word I Addle V. Iavie In tbe Springfield Ri-pabll-caa . Tilt RESTLESS BOY 11. CHOBCII Philadelphia Timer j How much he turn aud IvtinU And how be pi-rlt In rattling bla heels; How uneany he fuele. Our wide-awake boy In church ! Then earnest and atlil. He atten...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 27 July 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. . AUSTIN - - TEXAS. rUURSDAY JULY 27. 1882 The Democrats of Ohio nee in to bo confident that they will carry that state in October. Women hereafter are to be admit- ted to the uulvcmty of Miaisipj)i in all of its departments. Since the hot weather set in aixty-four ship captian have died of yellow fever iu Weot India porta. The serious revolts that are cer tain to occur in the Greenback ranks will add spico to the political cam paign. General Steepman the old Democratic war horse ot Ohio feels confident of large party gaius in that state this fall. Southern planters are not likely to bo won over to the protective tariff system whose advocates now propose to double the tariff tax on cotton ties which are expensive enough and are a dead loss to the plauter. Chicauo having become famous for the easo aud dispatch with which divorces aro procured there is poet leal appropriatcuesH therefore iu the assembling of the Utah coiiimis slon iu that city preliminary to movi...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 3 August 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXA3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Btx Months 1 00 Twelve Months S 00 Club of 10 17 60 Clnb of 11 80 00 Thjc Republican itate convention meeta in Austin as before slated on the 23d of August. It has been staled that the furbe- lowed attorney general is to be made minister to the court of St. James. Brewster denies it. Tux man who indirectly caused the Long; Branch railroad accident is to be) tried for manslaughter. Les- sons of this kind are badly needed. It is estimated that the corn crop of Texas will reach 140000000 bushels. The value of the state's ag- ricultural products is placed at 100000000. Mr. Gladstone's peace of mind is to be destroyed again by a parlia- mentary motion for a vote of censure .on the government for its dilatory action alter the Alexandria massa- cre. Count Dk Lesseps has tele- graphed from Alexandria to Faris that Immediate action is necessary to protect the Suez canal and that awaiting the result of the confer- ence is ridiculous. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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