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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 September 1865

«¡eí*!* , ÍM .ZS rl t rS.: on the [v¡2mjgPrBB| trou- of tós Lloved, flower-bedecked in the name her slase to that iftíSK mStis q psps <).' '.ífV-.' f.fe> Nfe'.'^w Í'% IwwflWri! maíSí® adore! The stars come from the mouth lives that jfmrltftteü ■■ Many a- tlriwtho " No! " because the question that the affirmative did not rally: and two HL, .,m . MBimé**W their mward foroo, have been thrown denly apart, because the electric keys """ ^^iitaBK^|^|^np 1 writer corroborates my statement; "Oftentimes," say* he,« a girl says " no "to an offer, wbéu it isas plain tú the nine on hot face she means " yea." The best way to judge whether she is in earnest or not, is to : straight into her eyes, and never mind ■ her nose." There are some people that never "pop the question " but onoe. They are cautious; they love with their whole hearts bofo, they auk the all-Important question, and the, never lev* again. Others gq through life, **níír Mnff" tn Avnrtt m«1l KA« ■***>'1 '• popping " to eve...

Publication Title: Weekly State Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 September 1865

il'Hi PSE { M|d| miM v • (£$* vi'i'ly'^ t ^^:>¡&i2káv. Addrcie. publish this, entire ÍÍKrP? i created ft «/time wl millions; and were haw been in a l The It. '"¡'-i tin baa been ■teÜ the Blind has public «sxpecwuon, opposed it would con- u '8' alleges, in con- olSn jém a whldji the we do not e are aware, however, .ring been made in the tie both this Institu. education of the Deaf nphiiiutition htfi found its pjupuomuii . *vrMVi * some of the moat sen- the Leg «re have heard «sed, has been, an i at the Stat® Gov resulting from their unequal to the **# for th^ir § MijkjMfiifffiMÍ •:•■? • the Deaf and Dumb, i its creation, b Superintendent, *r"'S, sri. ií^íréaitoü'for is not to be re-opened, but , ttaÍBed,by «he,appoint- ment of a Superintendent, ts merely "to oc- " of the jpvp^itiiw '---^ciej&tiy' .íéplen-: of the school,1'! have not the slightest doubt but that w É > good renftjn for this also. —We have been frequently the idle negroes, now infesting unable to say—more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 September 1865

'iiXí/V 7 X\ ñWmtií , and J. •■'■ ffi (MEMi It will be setm from the following, uk Johnson h* sustained Got. „ . Mississippi, in his call for a force of citteettiUiiUtla to suppress crime, &c: H *" H JT* 0«JtJH, JiOJfSOfi, " ■y.yj man dap pre d«rt of the to thepeople—thatl h received on the 80th qlt, iwo lines of a private char 1« will see that1 they may e in the President, and that in and will trust them >waGo it, nutter his wise , the day is not distant when civil Government will restored under the Constitution servant 8. SOifiKXY. Governor bfMiaa Provii RHV. - . the Pretúkní'a ditpaich.] H| t is believed that there can be organiz in tlso country a force bf citizens of milli to suppress dime, preserve order and enforce the civil authority of the State and of the United States which would enable tho Fed- eral Government to reduce the army and withdrew to a great extent the force flrora the State*, thereby reducing the enormous expense of the Government. If there was any dang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 September 1865

- km " ^ ~ .1 time be waa i bours * three mm mm :-t.ii«fcj'.i-o!fi !.; í<* (*'>, >:«**> .nuy if hilad cal asoné of kiln, ho would remaraea to« smart ancestors, Beniamm ¿i', it subjime; but mi* nvftrwh^lm. wqWMji- s&sssst* in, or " imQie Jin r called, was saoa jes, Ms tower exti t go out, when %*&${$& Bet wake l 1m op at mid-night o«ten o d< -•--p, make the racket around him wit e turned loose about me, and let him •M iill them stars a falling. If he will set PHI outcauaeaT wd forget coos .enees, he is no kin to me I Now there Franklin, and the other apostji heir fisina t I was at ■■■ day, and seed a railroad-éngin and train cum dashiug in. : Suppose old; man ■Solomon had aeon the like of that come | upon thte iiM«ll líopi 'l y ,it&p j | vernmentj f JpqfijMÉ present, in a measure t ;he oourse Government. ds would school *55 S Id h*ve bori the mental 1 wWW< ,-*ffrw "*T"T mmmmm oolfkuwwshow or might' ♦fiherok wJw i"Ay that a the future enlargement of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 October 1865

.. ■.ggfMuJfesaá« 4* T«nn..,. , HOLLAN & Co. J. v,>v. 1 ' rH^;i*ív,4 ¿; T a R us#i .-«8 00 MKRl OH BIICB. ;v % $0sám&!i iifoti -aighfihifi ST-j ' | Austin T^rZ't0^ í AuswiUf * vft«i *iovi| *w*i y itOT OaxctU:—I received a day or two through the War Department In Wash ■ G enclosed manuscript Address by non. John H. Reagan, to the people of es*s, written from Fort Warren, where he now confined as a prisoner of State. The was accompanied with a note to . Gen. Hooker, Commanding the Depart- East, requesting that it he for- ... .. best for volunteer. some,- Wm it.Jsfl ;3foa ®«y und to ot: to the restoration of prosperity to our people ,you* Imga States will, ] PH*■ fisi, , , Obedient JOHN : Gotsrnok A. J. Ha ' °á Austin ®MfeM ad: if not to conflict with the 7b -the policy of the Government, together with a note to me requesting its publication if not in contravention of ruy policy. Ac, It aflbrda me pleasure to comply with the request. It it s manlv appeal to the people of Tex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 October 1865

s won the t conditions on to social ' our system tit our urity of jwrtwit, nbera of peoplo, ^ at Ignorance, are n to become* fa> r participants otan clement policy adopted, I your recent mis- you might look with hope and to the futuro. The negroes will, gradually diffuse themselves :reatly preponderating numbers of the different States and Territo- of them will probably go to other countries, in search of ty: and fair or none of their race jrill'be added to their numbers by ac- cessions from other countries. While the steady and rapid influx of great numbers of white races, from other oountries, will increase the disproportion in num- between them and the whites; and so render this new element in society and Gov- ernment Innoxious, or at least powerless for evil if they should be so inclined. But, from the general docility of their dispositions wo «nay expect the most of them to be orderly, and many of them industrious and useful citizens. But to secure these desirable ends It mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 October 1865

■ ''■'ir. H is* ül^ '■ Wá:M < y ' 1 " f.'. (,,, i ■■_ - "■ ' !,f ■ f ' .' -V^íí ■: ■ ■■■■■■■: i' \ \ . - •; 7 , ■. ' WM„W n i1.1:,uva. „ \ Cr* ■ff*' ' ■■■■■ ■ '■■■_■ . i ■<•' ■ ■ —■ 0T Blank* of aüdeacrlptlon , gotten up in the beet aty le, on hand aud for sale at this office. Job work of every kind exeonted to «írder, and In the neatest etyle, at short ^sia See Duflkug advertisement of School Books, Slates, Pens, Papar, Copy Books Ac. 1#* We are advised that telegraphic communication will be opened between this city and all pointa east, by Tuesday nest, We commenced the publication of a Tri- weekly some weeks ago, so that we would have a. fair start to give our readers the latest pews in advance of the malls. If our citlcens will only give half encouragement we will have the " Gazette," with all news of interest, at their stores early on the morolug of. publication, and those desirous of reading the latest news before breakfast can have the paper left at their private dwel- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 October 1865

: <v ' " W:A , v 'gg'. vi ;r ■ is ewwn Un every I ■the* t" to live, *1 Thaonl; If IS otheTlBmi?d"r;0*P' ktbelife^H y own eonsrat I eme, b my wildest wish I go ild felnl? bo tbe tame 4hrarvwith no pale gleams to walie or wa-te, j> without I ta dreains, 1 runt, ., Irbepebsbiblí.—Wc observe that some of our old politicians, who never could aee a crowd together without an irresiatable desire to make a speech to them, «till liye end speak. The men who held that seces- sion was the soverelguest thing on eatrh, and denounced all submiesionlsts in 1860-1, are now urging everybody else, who is already willing, to take the oath and acknowledge / of the United States, la i we are able to judge, the people are the required oath and preparing as "the State Government; and much of the given them by those who have always i to be ranked^ as leaders, simply by itr hoi by, is gratuitous. We are gnat ...oklera for free speech, but always think of the men alluded to in the seripturee, who ore giv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 10 October 1865

¡, • " . . 1 . V,-í, r MM***/.UliUri.,vtflrti',-...sV.Un*v> SKyaL& kgjj m ' o m n i •■ ;r TlWM i\m É :*®k ' |s W :lwl& tÜI ••; vfiflil fegHfo ?'*'??%« v'\ v2s (&¡W ;r '••¡f.H •?,;' ■ . r' _ '£, •.'• a /V;.. . •' •'.' «. • > • v. w . •: •••. ■•, WiBÉ áfcSffisHI I •■ v^Ví# mtléál FftrtWiJtt We give below some extracto from the i of the Central Exocutive cora Of the Conserve Union party Of Louisiana, which will sai-ve to show our. I leaders the (complexion Mn# untried' by the different parties'in that State. The Ad- .■¡Ei ' -s-J . mx j *?tóí8fr>í«f 7;IP f m$ mm m :;n I; BY BUBflOBimOK. —M 80 There haVebeon recently this city : (New Orleans) f L^gnn* "t©é negro, IS: áiiíl ' [••■ I iag Itself the " National Democratic," whioh advocates the ignoring of our present am- «Utidftm, irid' the . undaHM OM8M; ftS3umiug thetitle of " Conservative Demo- crats,*Joppo id also to our present consti- tution, but fevoring a new' cobventlon. BpU> of these appeal to old, ^anddeyly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 10 October 1865

sáSsíé lup. pt Nebraska, extent than Texas, variety of soil, more varied is production, eer- ly none, when the climate is better salted to every shade of teste. Extending from the sixteenth to the thirtieth parallel of we believe, from the twenty-sixth to tho n*rtr there) they 1 hundred fvre« <tj Church was said to be sod an attempt was made bjr, sev- to exorcise the After all efforts héd days and nights to of the mysterious sights the strange noises a party of throe ad- g provided them- a quart or less of old r their belts" and having any water omavIL ' uebae we'll feee the d®v!l," forced an entrance and dis- lithe body panting an and rage, the. shaking of of some maniac escaped and tha mystery was of the haunted ,ltv, who nlghtlyleV ht g his cham by some means and entering the church by an * in the basement for ventilating " Only this tnd nothing mor ." The dog baying at the moon, or howling In nightly concert with the oats in tho Ighborhood, was the innocent oause of all the «...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 10 October 1865

1* '' £ ®m* fiat* ífeette. •I I i- I I m 111111 ™ ■¡■I | IPBCIU TO THK OAZITTB. [It will be ««to- by the following, just recetad, that communication bag been opened to-day with Houston. This is the beginning of a new era in the history of Austin. Wo telegraphed at an early hour this morning, for the latest news, but on account of some irregularity in the office at Hempstead, received no reply untU^fter our Tri-Weekly had come from preps. We . will, when our arrangements are better completed, continue t© give our readers the very latest news up to the boor of our going to press.-rEp. G*am*.] | Houston, October 10th, Mr. Gushing requests roe to send you the following extracts from tlie Telegraph, which contain the latest dispatches. There is no late telegraphic news frorii any quarter. I k<M give you nothing bat local Hems.- mfPlwy Houston, Oct. 10th, 1866.-—Business daily increasing. Steamboats and trains have more than they can do. Houston is beraelf again., Immense stocks of goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 10 October 1865

' "m •m& • BBwmSvSSÍBI ft* f'1 m§ & CíJíij; 4 ", - , tóíSS 1*., te: i « « ia. V Tgtm Orleans, La.. Septeaib Beaie J Proposals aro invite^ and ijSp-.jrrr . Division of the Gulf, } U.B.PtwbtrM.lSei. \ will berecelvei October, MN> for transporting Government supplies, lor the periodof oneyew-, from the 1 ' of OOOtTS im contract, from Alleytoa to Anfttto, to San ate ln river below Ateo from No bid® will be entertain Mm the underal of 'IC00QHB contented. be Ik ' mt4M 1P ,?;<1 on the Itio Grande river, below Fort Duncan. 1 - I persons who of the United evidence, that the oath of the Prest of Jane 17th, 1865, or, If they «re «xeetí""" " ~^S|i|||M|jj|||É|AÉ|MH*MMÉ lUiuttonMHnpHHRHVHPHMHPHI •on who hoe opt taken the amnesty oath, or receiver anch Ptr'ton, b either directly or Indirectly into?. H or TBI: Wm.—Aa an b amount of property do - g at Via West, between the and, the Pacific Ocean, to become a great resource On the Eastern sides erra Jffevada fend the CaBoadrMqan- la the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 17 October 1865

fiiM •éte= ' ,2;a :y.v '< \ ¿¡¡:} AUSTIN, TEXAS, i. , ' —* tX'í; rOHUI «VSJiT TOWDAt IT MI NO, Bf1 JOim HOX.r.iU!ÍD & Oo. ijV^- ' >«'' TERMS! StTBBÓHIPTION. —16 00 per annum, payable lo ■tdvcnce. Half-y early or quarterly at tile ratea. tu I :■ of the rorth I s m Stajtóa, refereno not speak l am eith fttion t' The South, t Htion of the country.... people A manly appeal to ... .letter from a Southerner. Bead tbo sensible letter below, to the Editor of the New York Tribnnc, by Mr. R. A. AlBton of Georgia, The account he gives of toe , moral heroism with which the men and women, of the South, are accepting thetrfate ought to touch tbe Northern heart, and restrain It from the pursuit of ven- geance, or from further effort to humiliate and degradé a subjugated peo^e. The practical abandonment of the doc- trine of secession and an acqniesence in the perpetual abolition of slavery, ought cer- tainly to satisfy the North, and unite the whole countjry itijthe effort to "restore pea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 17 October 1865

HPi állPI Pi sMraiÉÉiB \ % J(Í1 4 ■■=— •• • ¡aw$® ■ ... ,' 'f ;'' ; 'h ;-r:;V': M. ■ wíxh ,a, i-* py, Vt ;:K 'J: i mImIM '.$fi ^ ft •*! ; MÉMM¡iMí r, 17, lig- ation of to the retaros of Taxes, in our col. werr *-*'■ Kíá ■fffiSS RS to, and at the close mak« their returns, aid in Betting the In a healthy condition. We it intimated that there is, in the of the revenue officer? two millions of dollars in an unsettled To bring this into a tangible pe will require mnqb.iabor, and care on the part of the Comptroller. The former Comptroller, Maj. Bobards, deserves the thanks of the people for having steed firm to the post of duty during the panic which seised other State officers; and although he could not prevent abuses, be gathered what of the wreck he could, and turned It over to the proper authority. We know Mr. Latimer's abilities too well, and are too familiiar with his fidelity, ea a public servant, not to know that ho will prove fully competent to the task before bin?. It was the to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 17 October 1865

¡p mrnm ' U- ffl'i. i iÉ'áíiiM feítfc. BEWS ÍTKMS. é:Ét two gtlBl tbirty-eight formidable IM Wm Sai* Fraüóisco, October 3.—Tt Conciliation sailed to-l!*j', with one huí* dred and'- twelve' thousand dollar* In treas- ure for New York,-and thirty-four thou «and (or England. The shook of on Earth quake was felt ftt Eureka and Humboldt Bay, which threw or cracked nearly every chimney la that locality, and also threw goods from their shelves, tic. The N. T. Herald's Florence oorrespon' deut says the mysterious communications and interview#, which have lately taken place between the Emperor Napoleon and Victor Emanuel, are supposed to be the forerunner of fee recognition of the dora of Italy by Austria, the settlement of tho Romau difficulties and of depriving the Fope of Ids temporal power. Thk Clerical Oath in MissoüRr.—We have frequently been asked what is the nature of the "clerical oath" required of the preachers of Missouri V It is the oath of loyalty, and applies Vo all voters, req...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 17 October 1865

-A.T XÍA Wj Texas. Oii ON CON i months old, combine* in truthful í the prose and poetry of childhood, to appreciate it, "thebright- t" says one, "must be r* Boisterous appeal from a child, tal anxiety."] ;ihisa!MUB' fttek t # i th# si rising-bird that Wing the asr I r I the floor I he'll tumble down the stair ) ¿oftbyslret ill etbli plnrfor^ afire 1) Utile tri MSSM SBftWT :: rmlo s snort end mirth, ' , jv '111 bite him If'ha poll* It's tall 1) humming-bes, extracting honey loesom In the worW that blow , ""ysium evsr sunny, " hiefrrecioas nose I)— i pride and hope! „ KWSS^SÉM Where did he learn thatsqulntl) Thou young domestic dove I (He* 11 liava that jng off with another «hovel) Dear nursling oí the hymeneal nest! •' • - iliuw torn oiothes his beet ) a epitome of man t -JfraifS^W'! e'll ollmb upon the table, that's bis plan!) - ■ • ateos tints oí dawning lift, bestride^ tbe stt l enviable being t y >,Sw ' W storms, no otoails, In thy blue sky foreseeing, on, ra ; «rani 'Vosa tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 October 1865

TA iM zH fH TV KTi^^KÜII nMMI *Jt JH pj?^" fe®.: |. MBBBHBftK tp| $ taie >U8USB*p WIM TD1BDAT aVlHUM, JQX JCMHCNF BCOX.IJuA.NX) Ac Oo. TI R M Si iK.—I 00 per annum, payable in or quarterly at the Mina i. Nl lli I ' m Correipnndciice. Aosm, Ootobor 12, 1866. Editor of the State, Gamite:—No doubt yon have read several editorials and letter* circulated consuming the best policy to be; pursued by us in our present situation. Jome of these writers have expressed the belief that our condition is complicated, and wme find but little difficulty in our Way, be- fore we con enjoy the benefits of State Gov- ernment, and among these last I propose to rang* myself. They have argned well tba different issues and questions which we bolieve of importance for our consideration, and have invited free and full discussion of the same. To some of these questions we propose to refer, though we may differ with those writers, and we may touch on matters which have not enlisted their attention. The quest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 October 1865

■WJRM* I T fell ú ' i «, ¡- > of 30th tout, a Convention r. Hamilton to , thinks the to boat 5 call." We ir approprla- we wanted yon to go fast, and now . , I la necessary, you Well, we will have to give pervorsoneas of spirit oom- kind-don't sec «my other ehanoe. eard a wag say that patriotism in nt to do as one pleased, ily contrary, and to have a n to any sort of restraint, definition ho gave wis near tro , we leave to the observation and expe- rience of iha reader. We are always dis- posed to compromise. Suppose then we •ay that about the first of February is the time for a Convention. How will that suit? We believe that there are substantial reasons why an earlier meeting ought not to be expected. Among these the want of funds ||ja the Treasury to pay the necessary ex- see is not the least prominent. We have two or three occasions that Gov. Hamilton does not intend to " prepare the way for taking steps backward by taking them forward before he is ready." We now venture the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 October 1865

y =¡= ___ biw Id authorized to receive attd receipt for all duea to thla office. It ta our sincere desiw to close the books, which hftve been left in our hands for set- tlcment. Thlg we wish to do an speedily ás possible, in order that we may know as near as practicable, the standing or our peen- nlary affaire, preparatory to our future ac- tion. We hope our patrons will extend to Mr. MmrawH, promptly, every facility in their power, in aid of hia duties. mT An a¡ti^enWpri¡tog mechanic, 0 I —house-carpenter or stone-mason—can learn something to his advantage by consulting the Editor of this paper. — |af* A. letter from Hon. James Armstrong appears in this 'issue of our paper. Mr. Armstrong has heretofore been a member of our Legislatures; and has the reputation of being it close observer of events and a shrewd, considerate thinker. Read his pff£'■ ;*$$§£ f Mi . John. Q*¿&¡rdon has our thanks for a lot of floe peaches. Such a treat, at l his season oí the year, is highly apprecla-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 October 1865

* ,A >Íí (i, V t \\ i.' m1 ■ i i i '■Mtri Mffé* ,'isNftMiÉ $' W " ''t'íf-íí'f n ! ft moderate *rt The sense I ^nation, to of the great Creator creatures; to ration- moral and physical dis- find in this sin-carsed """' HRHHPPRP the flood; with the patriarchs; the Judges; the kings; the poets, and tho prophets. Witli the history of Jeeus Christ,' his miracles and holy tcach- •'which are are able to make them unto salvation." They may be taught of logic, rhetoric, mental and and natural S%e of these the most delightful med- ic practico of the manual arts aught in every well regulated ool, employs profitably, many an otherwise might be spent in use- Thus it is seen that an edn- aeacos oi logic, rti philosophy, astroi y. Even a limited 1 s themes for the m< ir is made attendant slble, to impress upon the minds who may be in authority, in the « t among numan calamities. %>,•:$< ' In this concluding number I deslié, if pos m^jjjtí^árn of those ■■■■■I rcconstruo- thé ¿roat luiDo...

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