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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1882

rHE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. THURSDAY.- - - - SEPT. 7.1882 INTO TUB SIL.KNT LAND. BT H. W. LONOrELLOW. Into the silent land Ah who aball lead ui thither Clouds In the evening sky more darkly gather And shattered wrecks lie thickly on the strand. Who leads ns with gentle band Thither tbitber. Into the silent land? Into the silent land? To you ye boundless regions Of all perfection I Tender morning vis- ion Of beauteous souls I The future's pledge and bad t Who In tile's battle firm doth stand Shall bear Hope's tender blossoms Into the alleut land. Olandl Oland! For all the broken-hearted The mildest herald by our fate allotted Beckon and with Inverted torch doth stand To lead us with a gentle hand To the land of the great departed Into the silent land. TIIK aOfJTHtSRN STATES. Atlanta is considering tbe erection of a new opera bouso. A twenly-ponni beet was rained in Taylor county Georgia. It baa been discovered that Aber- deen Mississippi is located ou coal mine. Gen. E. A...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN . TEXAS. rilUKSDAY. - - - SEl'T. 7. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR UOVKKNOR JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. FOR LIKTJTa.2f ANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of Navarro. FORfCOMiTHOLLKR W. J. SWAIN of Ked Kiver. FOR TREASURE tt F. R. LUIiliOCK of Galveston. FOB COMMIBnlONKR GENERAL LAND utricii W. C. WAL&IL of Travis. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL ' JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant.' FOR CHIEF JUSTICE HUPREMB COURT A. II. WILLIE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. STAYTON of Victoria ; C. 8. WEST of Travis. FOR TUB COL ui OF APPEALS J. T. WHITE of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT ul Dallas i SAM A. WILLSON of CherokeeJ FOR CONGRESS TENTU DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis. FOR SENATOR TWENTY-FOUBTII DIS- TRICT. A. W. TEKKELL of Tavis. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For v Representatives in the Eighteenth Iginluture Fki.ix E. Smith L. B. Johnson. County Judge Z. T. Fui.mokk. County Attorney E T. Mooke. District Clerk John B. GiLdakt. County Clerk Frank Buown. Sheriff M. M. Hoknshy. Ats...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 September 1882

""HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - SEPT. 7. 1882 HOUSE FARMAND RANCH. Kobe Sauce. This U an excellent it uce for puddings and one (bat looks very prettily : l'eol and slice a Hue larce beet : boil it eently for twenty minutes in a pint aud a bait of water. Then add two pounds and a half of loat sugar the thin rind and strained Juice f a lemcu and halt a stick vanilla. Boil quickly and skim constantly uutil the liquid becomes a rich thick syrup ot a deep red color theu strain. When nearly cold bottle and cork it cloudy. It will keen anr leuetu of time if properly made. Apple Preserves. Pare halve and score six largo upples of the same size. Make a syrup of a pound of granulated sugar aud a pint ol water. When the syrup boils drop the apples in with the juice and rind of a lemon. Take the halves out one by one as soon ts they are tender. Care must be taken that they do not fall to pieces. Arrange In a glass diitn with the core side up. Drop a bit of curraut jelly into eac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1882

i s - i t r V 1 I THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN .- TEXAS. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 8lx.Months : f 1 00 Twelre Months 9 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of II 80 00 And now let as speak in advance to the San Antonio Exprei in be half of the Burnet Bulletin The latter telle a tale of truth about the congressional nomination. XT was reasonable to supposo reH- ignations would be in order yester- day; but the interested look as though they had a new lease on po sitions. Conklino. says.tbe Chicago Jour nal seems to have made an alliance with Jay Gould to defeat the re nomination of Governor Cornell Gould furnishing the money aud Conkliug the machine. The contractor is not to be blam ed so much for the false construction of the walls of the capital as the gents employed by the state to look after the work. It is their incompe tence to which we aro indebted lor . the whole affair. Mr. Duhamel says the walls of the temporary capitol fell because of pressure from swelling of the roof. .This may do for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1882

""HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY. SEPT. 14. 18H2 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. F'TTt10VERNOR Ju IV IltELAXD. ut Guadalupe. FOR LI1UTKNANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of XavarTO. FOKJCOMPTKOLLKR W. J. SWAIN of Ked River. PUR TREASURER F. R. LUBBOCK of Galveston. TOR OOMMISSIONETt GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALsH of Travis. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL " JOIIN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J.W.STAYTON of Victoria ; C. S. WEST of Travis. rORTHK COCKTjOF APPEALS J. P. WHITE. of Guadalupe; J. M. IIUUT of Dallas ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. FOR CONGRESS TENTH DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis. FOR EN ATOR TWENTY-FOURTn DIS- TRICT. A. W. TERRELL of Travis. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representatives in the Eighteenth Legislature Felix E. Smith L. B. Johnson. Couuty Judge Z. T. Fci.mohk. County Attorney E. T. Moork. District Clerk J un B. GiLDakt. County Clerk Frank Bkown. Bheriif M. M. Hounsut. Assessor of Taxes D. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1882

I THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 14. 1882 1 VANISHED HOURS. Wh.re sra they gone those dear dead days ThOfMi sweat put days of long ago Whixt ifhost go floating to and Iro W ben evening lead aa Ibrougb bermsxsr W hers ara they gone r Ahl who can tell? Wbo weave onca mora that long nassed spell ! They did exist when w wen young. We met oar life with strength ami trust. We deemed all things mere pure and Just Nor knew Ufa had a double tongue. We liirhtly tang a happy song. Nor dreamed our way could e'er be wrong. And then all changed aa life went by. The friend deceived or bitter death Smiled a h drank our dear one' breath. And would not let na alao die. Day followed day; aa on thry went JCach took aom gift that life had cent. Yet It waa oars that perfect past ( We did have day that knew not pain W one had friend death had not ta en. And Sowers and oug that could not last Were oar In that moat blessed time. When earth eremad llavn'nrhanledclima And so 1 think when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 September 1882

W WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTLN TEXAS. rilUKSDAY SEPT. 14. 1882 WHAT? . TIIBt.F. l:PEKTl TO TELL THE 4 A USE Or IT. Ble-etlns; ! the Capital Board let- terday. Tkt Reporters Fired Oat and tlie meeting Private. Official Action Deferred I'm til Next WetK. Tkt Debrio Being Cleared Away. Yesterday at 10 o'clock the capitol lxmrd met and after a personal inspection of the "Modern ltu'inn" ut the head of the Avenue went into executive session with the doora closed nd the keyholes chinked that is so fur as reporters were concerned. A request was made that representatives of the press be admitted in consideration of the fact that a ques- tion was to be brought up which affects the whole people f the state but that request was peremptorially declined in one eloquent monosvluble from the pres- ident of the bonrd. Reporters have a way of finding out things despite any and every obstacle whicii niy be iutblcly thrown in their way ; and while at this pariicu- hir meeting nothing wan done which any me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1882

AUSTIN - TEXAS. TE&M3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Mentha........ Twelve Koalas cinh of vy ....r... CiuhZt'l'iX.. 9 i oo s oo 17 60 " It is'eharged now: that Mahone baa boon seized with thirst for the presidency.; ?..-. - t i.i a Tua beauties of protection can be readily estimated when' put in the light of bounties. . The New York Times estimator that If the barons' pro fit from protective duties were give in bounties the people would be taxed $500000000 a year. '' - r-fy-A A -! w4 ii ' ' Mr. BoucicXtjlt writes in a recent letter: 'Egypt was fated to Assy rla ; to the Hebrews; U -St. George who waa bung for looting And to Napoleon. 'It la tbegrareyard of the world aud England tin gone there toeteal a lot for a qnlet family There baa been some talk among Republicans ' abotrt 'swapping ' Mr. Davis as the congressional candidate " for Jadge N oonan provided a fed' eraT . "appointment may be obtained for Mr. Davie The? would not take away' from Wash Jonea his main stay would they? Missouri ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TUTJItSDAY. SEPT. 21. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR (56VERNOH JOnN IHELAND. of Guadalupe. FOB LlatTJTBNANT GOVERNOR MAftlON MARTIN of Navarro". FORJCOM PTROLLKR W. J. SWAIN of Ked Hirer. FOBTRKA6CRKR P. R. LUBBOCK of Galveston. TOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND or iva. v? vy. r AaJ.JU of Travis. FORJATTORNSY general JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant FOR;CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT A. II. WILLIE of UalTeaton. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. STAYTON. of Victoria ; C. 8. WEST ofTravla. a-a FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS J. P. WHITE of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dallaa ; SAM A. WILLSON ' of Cherokee. FOR CONGRE89 TENTH DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK Of T ravin. FOR SENATOR TWENTY-FOURTH DIS TRICT. A. W. TERRELL of Travis. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representatives in the Eighteenth Legislature Felix E. Smith L. B. Johnson. County Judge Z. T. Fut.mork. County Attorney E. T. Moork. District Clerk J- hn B. GiLDart. County Clerk Frank Brown. Sheriff M. M. Hornsbt. Aaaessor of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1882

""HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - - - SEPT. 21. I88i oie or vncLB abki ionci. J. A Macon In tbt September Century . Mr. Sqa'al he ran up de scaly-bark tree Am' bo r: "Mr. Rabbit don't roa wish joa was msf Mr. Rooii be bid In de hn-oe rra. or b m dat tqn'el-dorj eomlm' 'long t ; An1 bttn: "Mr. fqa'l I wooldo't ba yon. 'Cause 1 'traid yoa'llswlia la do bauday tow." Mr. Bon'el he ret on on da swlngto' Mm' An' b ax Mr. Halitilt Jm' to lonk at him. An'ba aay: "Mr. Kabblt obi wben did yon see. In an tug life alch a Idler aa me?" Mr. Rabbit uelaoKben' baaay "Mr. Son ct iXj white folka Ilka yonr taa'e too wellf" Mr. Bqn'el ha wait toll da plow-hand (rone An' b clam right straight apaatalk 'ocorn; Drn ba btu de back an' ba look rtxht back. An' baaay: "Mr. Babbit won't yon bab none nackf" . Mr. Rabbit he say: "Ob you batter take keer Fo de mil yon ap wid do roea'ln' ear! Mr. Bqnt he aay: "Come an' go wld me. An' Til abowyon mighty quick bow to dim de trael" -Mr. Rabbit be dance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TUURSDAY. SEPT. 21. 1882 THE PBOHLKDI VERIFIED. The 15th day of September came and with it the occupation of Cairo the Magnificent by the British troops and the surrender of Arabi the traitor. The work has been quick and decisive and England Is once more mistress of her undertak- ing planting the power of the Brit- ish Lion in northern as well as south era Africa and commanding the ad miration of the world for her bril liant achievements in war as well as In peace. Her military and naval renown has been adued to and her General Wolseley becomes one of the most distinguished military men oi the age. It has been often stated that when this distinguished com mander sailed from England a month ago he theu said that the .Egyptian campaign would be finished on the 15th of September and the fulfillment of this promise under so many diffi culties is a reality. Were this the first time he had so figured out In advance of a single movement mtpphAi Aitinnif1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 September 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months 9 1 00 Twelre Montha 3 00 Club or 10 17 60 Club of IS 80 00 The New York Herald publishes diagrams of each shot fired in the contest at Creed moor. Folder wins and there is less love now between the contending Repub lican elements in New York than e?er before. - Mr. Walker statistician of the New York produce exchange says this is the greatest year for good crops ever known In the United States. A project for establishing tele phone communication between Eu rope and America is occupying the attention of electricians in this country and Europe. The Mexican congress convened on the 16th instant. A preliminary meeting elected Senor Manuel Ro- mero Bubio president of the senate and Senor Mauuel Dublin president of the chamber ol deputies. Senor Joaquin Baranda has taken the oath of office of minister of justice in the cabinet of President Gonzales. Gen. James B. Weaver is said to have become discouraged and is sai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 September 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ... TEXAS. rilUKSDAY SEPT. 28. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOROOVKRNOR JOHN IRELAND of Guadalupe. FOB LIBUTBN ANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of Navarro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. 8 WAIN of Ked River. FOR TREASURER T. R. LUBBOCK of Galveston. FOR 1COMMIS8IONKR GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALbU of Travis. yOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON of T arrant FOR CHIEF JUSTICE RCFRBME COURT A. II. WILLIE of Ualvraloa. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W. STAYTON of Victoria ; C. 8. WEST of TravU. FOR Til E COL' K i' OP APPEALS J. P. WHITE. 1 of Ouadalupc; J. M. HURT of Dallas ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee.) FOR CONGRESS TENTH DISTRICT JOHN- HANCOCK Of Travia. FOR SENATOR TWENTY-FOURTH TRIHT. A. W. TERRELL of Travia. Dis COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representatives in the Eighteenth JiftirtHifcture Felix tu. Smith u. is John sow. County Judge Z. T. Fui.mork. County Attorney E. T. Moons. District Clerk J us It. U.ldart. County Clerk Frank Brown. Bberiii M. M. Hornbbt. AsMssor of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 September 1882

IHE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT. 28. 1882 THE TEMPORARY CAPITOL DETAILS or RECOnnENOi TIONS BY COL. flBIEBI. Thy Bear the Impress laKatwl ft Hla BuUm. Nr. Smith Will Carry Tkena Obi Bl Will Ask Aaitlmal Cm PCBSatlOB. Col. E. C. Meyers designing architect ol tbe Texas stale capltoT building was called here recently to examine and ap prove me oaiance ol toe tracing! or tbe original plans and detail drawings of tbe building duty required ofbim by a law passed at the extra session of tbe legists uire. Alter having performed tbls dutj and about to return to bis home he was requested by tbe capitol board at a meeting held last Wednesday to make an examination ol the temporary capitol ouiiuing ana suimit such recommenda tions as be would deem proper to make tbe building as secure and ssfe as any building wben erected in a workman like manner. In obedleuce to tbe request oi toe Boar a vol. Aieyer made a caiefui but hasty surrey of tbe structure and upon tbe following mornin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 September 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - - TEXAS. T11UK8DAY. SEPT. 28. The Statesman bu ordered a Urge quantity of new type and other material and aa aoon aa It arrives the Weekly Btatesbiah will be increased to a six page nina column paper. Neither ex- pense nor trouble will te ipared to make It the leading news family and polttica paper of the state and we feel confident that the people will appreciate our efforts. Bend in your subscription with out delay. aeSO-tf TUBTWKHTfFIFT II DISTRICT. rroceedlac af tha irll Cea. venuea. The senatorial convention of the twenty-Hfia dlatrlct convened at San Marco on the tut Instant and was called to order by Mr. Thomas Mc.Neal.ot Lullcg. Mr. McNeal win elected tempo- nr haltnan ami Itr W m M Y.lall ' ot Begum secretary. The following com- mittee on credential baaia of lepresen- tation and organisation waa appointed : Samuel Durham Blanco county; J. F. Cablll Caldwell ; W. 41. Yaodell Guada- lupe ; C. O. Barton. Hays and . H. Wiikea Llano. Kendall county...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1882

THE IEEEY STATESMAN AUSTIN .-- TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month! 9 1 00 Twelve Monthe x w Club of 10 17 60 Club of 1J 80 00 Dobsey has been sufficiently proven guilty to entitle bim to in definitely occnpy the chairmanship of the Kepublican executive com' mittee. Gen. Roger A. Pbyob was chair mau of the committee on platform and resolutions In the New York Democratic convention that nomi nated Cleveland for governor. - Attention is called to the very sensible and timely letter of Major Joseph E. Dwyer of Ban Antonio lie is showing his faith like a true and a noble Democrat and is doing excellent service in a righteous cause the defeat of E. J. Davis. Arabi is trying to make the kbe dive believe he was forced to fight against his will. England ought to urge his claim for consideration since he afforded her the cheapest means of acquiring power and terri- tory where it was badly needed. The arrest of Major Pbipps one of the defaulting citv officials of Phila delphia will probab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ..- TEXAS. THURSDAY OCT. 8. 1882 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR JOHN IKELAND. of Guadalupe. " FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MARION MARTIN of Navarro. FOR COMPTROLLER W. J. SWAIN 'jot Ked River. FOR TREASURER P. R. LUBBOCK of Galveatoa. TOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALall of Travia. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN D. TEMPLETON of Tarrant. COR CHIEF JUSTICE 8CPREMB COURT A- II. WILLIE of Galveston. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES J. W.8TAYTON. of Victoria ; C. 8. WEST of Travis. FOR THE COURT OP APPEALS J. P. WHITE of Guadalupe; J. M. HURT of Dallas ; SAM A. WILLSON of Cherokee. FOR CONGRESS TENTH DISTRICT JOHN HANCOCK; Of Travis. FOR SENATOR TWENTY-FOURTH TRI:T. A. W. TERRELL of TraviH. DIS- COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representatives in the Eighteenth Iyttrislatura Felix JS. smith. L.. is Johnson. Couuij Judge Z. T. Fui.moke. County Attrouey E. T. Moork. District Clerk J hn B. O.ldart. County Clerk Frank Brown. Sheriff M. M. IIoiinsbv. Assessor of Taxt-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT. 28. 1842 THE SCHOOL MONEY. WHERE IT IS INTENDED TO BE APPLIED. lnptrlail Latter Irons the Sacra tarr of tno fsiaio Board Kdacatloa In Wkleh Rama Very Valaaolo tno Paallc. lesteruays statesman cooUIned brief reference to a letter from the seore- uiry oi luo state board of educalion. The CorresnOIlflfnrA ta frivnn luilfinr anH will be found to contain some very valuable information upon tne subject of ibe dis- tribution of tbe public free school money beside! Other imnnrtHnt nninta with in. gard to the public school system of the win : Ysleta Texas Sept. 25 1882. Mr. . N. HolllaK'Wortb Secretary 8UU Board ui nuucmiiun ; MvDiir Sir I seeks little advice from you. Tne public school lu this town is about to be Ignored and a Komou con vent SUDclllUleU. Tbere are about 1500 Mexicans and 70 American population in this town. In tbe past tbere has been maintained publlo school here but recently tbere came to this charge two Jeauit ptlesu wha a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1882

PHE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY - OCT. 5 188-2 POLITICAL NOTES. The London Times demands the execution of Arabl. . It is said that Mr. Blaine hurried off to Illinois with his white plume immediately after his triumph in Maine in order to help lUiini in his candidacy tortbeseuatortthip and to aet the Blaine boom in motion in the wwt. Itaum is now considered a half breed in thin disguise. CoL John II. Savage of Tennes- see in a circular announcing himself candidate for election by the re- pudiating Democrats to the United btates senate says: "It elected 1 hope to do tor the nation what I have helped to do for the state and there by get relict from national burdens too grievous to be borne." The Minnesota Republicans ex- pect to see the hottest congressional campaign this vear the state ever witnessed. In two districts the fourth and fifth the contests will be particularly warm. In the former Congressman Washburn has been renominated and be has a party ma- jority of 8000 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 October 1882

FHE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN - A TEXAS. TEEMS OF 30BSI.BIPTION. Six Months ........ 9 1 00 Twelve Months.. 00 Club of 10 1 17 60 Club of U 30 00 Attention is called to the very interesting letter from Saltillo Mexico written by our late towns man Dr. Bibb now residing In the above named city. Gov. Roberts according to .his late utterance as expressed in the Newt evidently thinks that the fail ure to renominate him will cause a loss to the Democratic ticket. Ex- treme Roberta adherents are cer tainly not going to vote against the gubernatorial nominee. Rotation in office is the way to make the Democratic mare go best This inactivity because a man al ready in office is a candidate can only be broken up by putting new men hereafter in the field. The hope of reward is one of the greatest in centives to proper party service. Dr. Johnson was an original arnist Ireland man and this is one reason why he did not receive the undivided vote of the convention Mr. Smith was a dyod-In-the-wool Ro...

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