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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 February 1874

ifULUHJI IJIiil aJU.a xaini cas:" ' - rosea turn THURSDAY ...... FEBRUARY 5 1874 nardcr Iiobbery. ' rDWrx'i SETTLESIEST FALLS Co. - January 27 1871. f Elliott EUdcsman. : I did not expect to write you from this section as yoa ana your icaJen most bo of the opinion that the subject of lands and crops cf this region was thoroughly exhausted; Let the perpe. tratioa ol a most diabolical raorder and roLLcry ia daylight and withia two hun dred yards of two or three dwelling on Yesterday between three and fire o'clock r. K. and tho hope that a description ot the aunpoaod murderer which I will pit directly nay lead to his apprehension leads mo to write you .. Powers school honse and chapel forms tho nucleus around which some twenty fam ilica of pood industrious fanners hare set- tled. 'csicrdaT about two o'clock as I passed tho residence- of Dr Whittaker who lives perhaps a mi'c and a half from tho chape! I saw a remarkably fine horse black and white paint. It seems the owner of that horwrj...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 February 1874

- i . f I THE STATESMAN. 1 r ii a rn bx-tvii' ju-'JojiVivjOj DAILY DEMOCRATIC? aViT- -rj' f !n '! cwY. one vir. y? rjr;o:::J- ;-tr A o finale coyy ixiBiwh fcii. cci-y on n.v;i.:a..... CO 1 puV.l!n.J c. .j AH V'-. ' f- .- - . touM fct a-.. . -. a U vrnrnLY democratic state ?m n. t-.nle copy on y-nr - - J fcui-.-te ry. ix nt""' ' " VOL. III. AUSTIN.' TEXAS' THURSDAY FEBRU.VRY 12 1S74. NO. 29 Ttlia. 4 i P: vV ijjj JJj AIj ii o o t - lei j 3 o o ! : rroclniiKitions. pnoci-uiATio;. Ily Uic Governor f ttic. Stat 1 Texas. T." ail f.-hofD ll'-a i'rv?-r.'s hall tonic : WVera th.-iy iirfjf tiis".nft. of TXd. by a J.'ut reo- uil"B eii'i'-1"m'1)' a-litJ mt fl; Ntioii fini-j.M-t iti; th-. fount -i n u iii.y uf Jjoary A. J. MrtiJrtii to n-'-tma t. nfy of 'article i liiit wf lu: to tion twu wtHni Uiree and ao-tiou fimr of iulii ie five iM tiin l-uty-t:iu'iit jloa f-r?y and riruun forty-ci.l.i of ar'i. ! tw -ive tf Unml l'ruvi-h-.mk of the Con-t.tatt'JS tf th fctate of Ti xa: vro- 1t;nz thirt noeth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 February 1874

t ' ii lil.Jll U i'ii 1 iiii.-iiiil form ctJzwz:jL. ;HKra wizxrx ...rzsr.UAiiY 12. 1874 Zzzzczrzzzj in trrcars to tLLs oCce will ba ccil-iixl of tlio fact tt aa. early tUte aril cslcas rcmitt:cc3 arc imacd lately rcae of tla traotir'Ji dze t'o nasiea ef those re- faiiu to naks tlcta will atoiice 1 stricken froa tlio Hits. V.'e are compelled to triag ercrytLicj to a cath ta..3 wiiLout debj. Subscribers will Lear tLls ia EilnJ aJ keep tha paj-cr cceue j to then by paying la Taace.:. On tils j wlkb plc'ises us will Governor Coke' luiciuLiiriiloa is tha fact that ho is calling aroc-1 Ua to &3J h'st ia tie direc- t tioa of piiVJc fcJTuIr 3 ne a distinguished for thtir Tlrtaea anl tLcir tbilities. lio ciecutire cCIccr who failed to do tbia clLhcr ia tha national or Cute governmenta i Lara erer gacccdc-l. That rarrow con tracted pollcj tv Licit L unworthily Jealous " cf abUity tn I rjiTcs premirxnee . to ncdio- crlty taa beca civersa'Jy a failure. Yfe ara rejoiced at hU couree. It has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 February 1874

WEEKLY OliULiUliUi THURSDAY .. .I i:i;i:!.AiiY 12 1S74 Local Halters Srrifit owner of Travis toun'y will End an item of Ji.fr.--t In the advertisement of C. A. Graves Esq. I.aim number cf peou'e from Lhe Interior ware In the city KumUy. nd tb stores and bustaec buuac pr.vrn'rd au active appernce. A k -ii.khil siuuitt of cotton lcJes and wool ehaned ln.! on t!i j Avenue aiid Pecan tr.t lion day. Tv a yiff.ii t eool and bracing In : win. I 'it atiw d.i ad a..cJ 01 beautiful. -rl r rrinarkab'y ) Willi lalr and busi er I. wt-rf numii!ijr liv.-ly. m feil.ivr tuvturiii n. Cant. Dave Win-on hit re- J! the aiiolutmesit f steward of the Lonatlc 'eTtr.iJAr tlm weather u delightful. Many of ' i!r sex were out thumping and by thtlr beauty vnelty added at: r it Um lo otr thoroughfares. d friend A. P. Palm to-diy. goes Into the boot ;cr. Crow A Jones and ble many friends can rafter aee blm tn Ibal solid boa mi. Och esteemed friend I. i. Carton q. of tbe Kew Orleans Picayune U ajsln on a flying yU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 February 1874

t f ' . J .1. rEERUARY i. i;ti ' .' a::;; j. : : ::. . : - n a rl. vilein a i a cr.tl- " t!.' : ilr.'- v. ;";.; U we admire. ;f :u.c in oi;r l.i. tnrr r. j tLc-re hare .nj iJ':r.. ;!it cjcs ro.se-reJ i'i; !.;:..- r.';.l a love co:rin fresh -!.:. ff year-. IJut the "dnr- l.'.vt: ; : -inl awav. l'.":vjii' only the i-'j t.V.If j.rr-H-ia-e J.:; 1 Die f ! icity .;.!-. r rivli r" I litirtr.'.wloiM aril 11 Ir i.h A c l i; iiii.e. I :r t..:.;M ry rr r.:-to me in my ilriams ' j -t tire.- two are brown. :- : -i vtijU.U -a ere iU!' rt3 c;ij J'i unit a.hort of stor. : .. :r r .". r ! V: c..nt to i: c in my dri-uin :. a i vut k.vii:.-.-; my k: ; T t ) t.-e C r:: v I. 1j pro'id rcilve ; Y-.t t. .-.. r j .:. cc'.J I In ar tojiii-s. f . r '.;;. twine sbsut mjr m c'; i r. . : :.-t:.:.:i cf their r.i evt car ; "' -i C:-;i-7 wabd.r oVr ? ro.r r.S.1 (Let V. .' 1 v.-j t!.:. a.: ij t'i to v : . ' l;-c thnt ir.ike life so dear to tnc ; TI.'. love Out w III last till my heart b ui" - A 1 j'ii tl.-it no tai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 February 1874

Til u e.-ife. ltl9 o f ; herv o o i J o w THE STATESMAN. DAILY DEMOCRATIC! CTAT fer.i.'le cnj f one yer h;n.-ie e-i-y aix month biiiin ci'ij oua woatb. ....... IdlAlT. 0 ( J .. 1 CJ weestly democratic statesman. fin.'!! copy rma yrar. . tl c:re r..rv. iix liioiitn ............. m 9v i v1 iie aixrt !'- -" tpecta. . Proclamations. 1 ROCLA3IATI02i lr the liorernor ot the State ot Texas. Tn :i to whom ttc preaenta a hIl eomt: TVtrrnai the Ix-ii-iornrrf tlieSiateof Texaa by a Joint n-o- l.'itioa contiiaiMnijy awipu-a u I Oat cion ronk- tue fourteenth day of January A. D. 1TS iJ f..i'ie aomuiin to rote of the pH.j iiK-i.tlinvuu to ectiMi lutj of article one i i.fof i: t rcllon two. paction threw and m-ttsin rnn tf rt u le nvs rt-u.ra i.-aty -eijrUt action forty au4 .:nu rirtjr-l.'bt of artkle twt-lva of Oeneral Hon- i.naif the loixtiiatioa of Uie bute of Ti: pro- niins that aorllon twway of artJrle oue iii'll of i; in oi me -on;iauou of the blate o T.iaa i.rtion . No pow.T of impending In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 February 1874

wljijiUli yliiliii3hJAi .FEDRUAJIY 10 1S74 r;. i: An::icrLTrn.s. college at UUViN. ' ir. -utullon was located by legislative :.-.:;.-.iity in the latter part of 1871. The f.r-l commission appointed to take its con- : I ruction hi charge entered upon its duty More for the purpose of swindling the State than otherwise and after a little work done i';ioa the proposed building tad a considcr-i-.Ua amount of money ppent the work was temporarily abandoned. The original np-pr--pria4.ion towards putting tins institution into operation was ? Tj.OOO. The first board 1 to get rid of 135000 and left everything in a worse condition "than if they had never made aa attempt at anything. The Utile work that was done v.-.n condemned as worthless' and the build- ing after the above amount had been .?( !en or otherwise consumed was aban doned. The last Legislature took the col- b go into consideration and under its rceora- t u n l itioii a new board of commissioners v. ere appointed and authorized to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 February 1874

WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10 1S74 Local Hatters. Til t new board of trnte- for the lunatic a ..lam are rm GeorSe Hancock J. n. Ej yniond J. T. liould'.n .V S. WiUkcriJidJ. A-OtU of tbu cltr. M.Jo.. Vt .N H3Au. h fcen retained a tick of the hupr- to.:rt 10 flU hi uplr Jfeu. - " Ws iut on ourtywibe eanctum laat n!2ht wc oV erved a rMer!if tearing down the Avenue at .rrku.;ck .pd. AootU-rcaMt of person tying their Hiiiii'.-tU mm. . ... . A? the now grocery store Hinton Twitt ill be a heavy ro' k of bket brooms tub bn:kU washboards willoW W!OM rope Of HI ai.d a b stock of cruet rioa and provision vt l.i!-a!tj and retail. fl2 IX NVs ar.knowicd'a th reci-lpt f an lavitatlon to the In4ii;tiri3 "d fincy-dreM ball to be given toon by the pi;!e of Gonzales id their lovely liitl town: We wlh Hi'-m a happy reunion and regret oor Inability to be o. 1:01.2 1'" "d tnjoy part of their idt!Ueirt. A itzix Is full of (iraagere many of whom are ace k irig permanent invcatmotita in the city. We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 February 1874

V i.iJLliiljI Dliii lik3iililil CAI'.DWIILX. 5c AVjLlLHit. CARDWKA. JOKSTH WAXEXS IirLT.SDAY......FEDIiL'ABY 13 1874 tux: coxstxtctioxal cox via-Tiox. Lcltcr3 asd communications Cow ia oa ns fruux eU parla of tLo Etatc urging the Leg i- '. iturc to take immediate action ia relation to a constitutional convention. The delay tl.r:t Laa occ'drred U not understood and r:sy Lc tilntcrpretcd. It is a question cf jjreat importance and regarded one of vital interest. YTe publish two of thesa communications ; cno from ft correspondent signing himself "Yf." who 14 a gentleman of intelligence and great influence. lie writes fluently and forcibly. Y'e like Lis style. There is lut one thing in all he ay that we disap- prove and that ia Lis reflections upon the Governor and the Legislature. 1 We regard theso men as pure and incorruptible. A more clf-sacrifl(dng and unseLfishbody of men never assembled ia our judgment at tho State capitol and the moral pressure throughout the Etata will cause them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 February 1874

THE STATESMAN. :i O 1 f ! 0 o o DAILY DEM OCR AT1C fcTA' f "n ' copy on ye&r..... f i. - e c y tix taonthi. ....... ........ fcd..jaw wt diuulIi i (.1 4 . vJ WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN fOr:-'.. env r.rt ....p f'i ' 0 tel... 1. pior.tL t lThe liKjve rau ase f;ecic. 1 JROCLAHATION IJ tn Governor oTtlie 8tat of Tex. f250 KK.VIIID. To U to whom the pna-ent hall wai: Wlrw It hi b-. a made kiiown tu rue Dm. on the teu- i'Tih j.t of January A. D. leT4 n.-.ir Jomm t I ffi ia county. In raid Hist of Trxtn uno ANo'tEW MK.'FKitLli did murder and rob ot.e l'AIKii K (LlNN and. where ;d Atdrew fcl.iif .i.l ia anil fct Ur' and a fufitlv front Icatlrj;. V'i- iueref;rre'Iltlchard Coae.tioverii.iv of tue Ktae cf 'I rjriy virtue of tli authority vrated lu me bv the C (.ijiMituMon ana taw or una ftaie. no m-reny oiler reward of two bBDOrea ana Oil? dollar lor the aire! and delivery of th aaiil Andrei Mialfceld to Cite tUani of tail county. lnldo the Jail door of a;d conn t v. In testimony whereof ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 February 1874

V;EEKLY'STATESffl rrnMnr.n et 1 .1 Cn!;Vf!.I -JOSrt'JI WALEM "DAY FEBRUARY 2Jf 1874 i' X IIOV TO Clt.-STHALIZATIO:-. 'ils ru-kaug-'iratloa- of a ptrrc govcrc- " . i.i Ttx.v in width tho tv-ipularfoice : . i.r. 'c more averted its potential power ' . 1 i hailed with atisf action in every '.; ; of thc Union anil Las inppircd the knee anil reppect of th leading Ile- cans of the North and its most able ;;! rs. have never been oblivious to the ''t tli;it Ih-publicanisui North and Had i- .'i-..i South were essentia'! different. O ;-.- however wrong has been in tlie ?;-.i"n : fr-.ightforward and honest and the -ih'-r h:.3 exhibited nothing bnt impurity fuid vikneKi. It ii a matter of profound t .ui.Mimcnt not only tout but to every - no ia t)io South that men of so much in- '.I'-jt cv virtne and amiability of cliarac- f r m has been exhibited by many of these 'lint; Northern statesmen' could lc to far . .--tel. Tke-y knew if they had stopped for a . net- i rrLlcr that an agricultural 1 1 r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 February 1874

i o 1 D ) i ..J WEEKLY STATESMAN 1 IIUIISDAY FEEKUAHY "'K 1S74 Local natters. Ixnti eik toUnd pa.-vhwrs wHlbefoand intbe !r. r-im. nt Um-I by the mayor of Laredo In ttds woni'.ng's .nj-er. J'ti. J. A. Wieir :-.t sml correspondent cf tie f in Aitouio ) lad I died n Sunday and wm tnrWd Jcrleriiay. - ('..vnAf T f T putt.'ii? gm filtarc In ome of tho la. n . honn have b.-eo wade. The bnildlng- of r. haa.c' Heuricks is being fitted l thia V. r. I.3V h" Informed that lbs alleged counter- feit r. who was arrested on Monday nljiht the sii- ti !.'h ii.ant tr parsing bogns money baa been I'in.f J 'T to the Federal conn for trial. M )tDT brocjht about anotheil can?e In the weather. Throuj-aont the entire dy a cold bracing ti'.rrti.-r k i't the temperature dawn to that degree w hit h nidOe overcoats and warm clothing desirable. Olb esteemed friend and well knewn citizen J. W. O'NssJ h.H retired from the atewariUblp of the Avs- i ae Hotel and will be found by thoe d.-irir.K srood hoard anil unsu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 26 February 1874

i mi - E E i I V I 1 i t !; i I i I ill' I ' P . . 111 I i hi hi i l'CBLISHED BT C.vr.DIVKLLi & WALItEIl. J ;.: CH.DVIM- lOiTTU WALKIB 'nil.:: DAY FEBRUARY 20 1871 ICOSBISICATID. STATE FINANCES. XUilEER- ONE. ;recr Coke's mosajre on the financial (i tho H'.atc hhowa that ppocdjr i-i tiff .;irv to tavc the creait or tlie iii'.l rcj-:ct:i.Ii her cxhau-Ud trea5ury. T! I mM:c !cbt fm f!iown ly tie Comptrol- l.-r's r t. is : '':' i- aid outstanding warrant. 73 '-;.-t rl;;-. SO.IvO 00 - I'.i s.f V Mi Ul.T.ritf irihi uiti arifi KifTlUM -:ui.a'.-l to act.uiubvr I. laU. KO.000 00 Tital tflMta 75 f. ;" to criiMtirnt school fond University f; id. Ai'riciiltnnil and MecULkal fund t "11.003 ?1 I'.:.- school fund &J.0U0 00 i 'i- f..r frontier riefensA. IcstlHUlte Of AQ y .l.xu: Ueiier.il Mcciej 108618 00 . Toll! t3lM.r0H .1 Mi.miil due tor peurions (estimated) tyjO.OUO 00 Total debt f37-S.4S6 08 1 he above figures are citainly as low ns tLe ' -ti ins'nttil will justify and the probability...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 March 1874

; f r THE STATESMAN. STATEBM THE STATESMAN. DAILY DEMOCRATIC GTATTCIIATf. ry oo 7W.... J hiT"jny. u tocmh.... ......... ......... OO fcie; co?y one mo&Ul..... ........ A M THIS DAILY I published ercry rooTLlr.-enrej t V!crtdy. TIXX2 VClIIaX!. Ia pahluhcd every Ttnrsdsy morcir..' All KnineM eorreror.Jcace CfcttiiaisaliUvj c! laouidbe adOrecd to CVltDWElL A. WALUr.:? TEimLT DEMOtniATia STATESMAN. t'm.'WwpT.oM rur. fO VOL. III. feiti. 'oroiiy.iix BHTIl! L... 1 AO AUSTIN TEXAS TIIURSDA MARCH 5 1S74. no. tru t wlb bor rst'- ar ped. www Y vv JMJJ fv U-.1L- o 1 Ktf o i o Proclamations. pROCLAMATION - . lly (& Governor of the stato of Texas. f250 UK WHIP. T a3 t to tbooe prmraU than coma: Wbrrra. i v... naila kmma to ma that mi tfc tam. ty-anta lar of 4uuiy. A. It. 174 ser Power (TiH. In coonty. ta aaid Mat of Text one Ai'KS MII.IIUJ.U KATKlcK HVLSS ad. i-U out murder and rob on. whcrca tald Andrew bkf- 8-1 I Mill at mryr Him a I a 11 IT xrom jn.UCO. Now therefor- LlOcUard CokOtoeni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 March 1874

.WEEKLY. STATESMAN IOUK CARDWELt- JOiBPa WALK i THURSDAY. MAHCII 5 1374 statu i'isAfi;Asii:.mr. . yiouv. t.XCOVilltilSU ASFIiCT. t le Lrislajure ipuhsory fJnl- It is tvi.knt now that th lots not intend ti ttss a com inj bill and that certain Sftto wurrnuls arc not to Lc indefinitely retired in conseijuice of their dates. The treasury has been ojen to a voluntary funding plan for rbont ayfir and it baa been Miown duiinir that time tliat our people arc unable to invest in bonds' with warrants raninj? from fifty to seventy cents and but little probability of their being cashed. Only a very lumtca nam bc-r of bonJs have ever been UHn The dis:xtiHfaction of the rop1c jo Texas nnd the poor financial ability or rather wo might Bay the ability ol the past administration to put everything into the most improper Btate has led capitalists iu the great money circles to feel that in vestments in Texas securities were for the time unsafe. With money being outrageously siuan dered bonds stolen fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 March 1874

WEEKLY STATESMAN .A.T70TX2NT THTIWIUY .MAUCII 1S74 Local :iattcrs.f;TT; yiUBTareli:ion the ris". Xkw cb!a?e rt t.il frora Cn.- to forty cent! a fwa.2; D. w t ii ro'jw fifty '"hn'hcL fan. -h wa. clianr-d with 'fall 'haa been afu-r trial In the dWrirt court acini'ted. f Citt property huid.-r wo rcj-pondins promptly !li their Mm ' nt'cy wtftttt. - Acoit thirty o hundred bar- of cotton hive been shipped frora b" by doring the pat monUi. ; Tmkki 1 a"' aixl diliik of brandy lamUanm ihI poe. Tr hDtmm Da v. Monday ws atinl- Trr.iij day of the iu!L-nJnic; of Tcii. . Li d Orrua. A great number of railroad cl.iim SivKH car load of stotk wrre abiiied from iwt M judiT by rail to Galveston. ( - j Stat warbaxt. are rapidly Improving la value. Tln-re baa been a mmt active demand for trutn fir the lt four or Its drya. ' ' ' ' f 1 ' ' i I.ikct. Tm Tt! having been transferred from the Fourth cavalry to th Kifth artillery ha pi-ed timmh Austin s rw to New York. - . . ' Likit. Stus baa entered npon the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 March 1874

WEEKLY STATESMAN .iux camwili. JotrrawAXK inUUSDAY MAIICTI 5 1S74 AN INTLUEyilNG LETTEO. Attention is called to the subjoined very SiV.cruf-ti.ij letter published first in the CI. r '.4 im Aacocai of Memphis in 1 . It bfrom one of the most .heroic tnen -who fought t!i battk-s of Tcia3 and ehows the Uscr EiUcry and privation to -which thej were subjected. The copy of this letter has been banded us by the widow of CoL "WiLson who died in the fall of 1SC1 after entering the Confederate service. Jlrs. "WiLoa is hero looking after some of the rights that have been and . others that should le accorded the services of the Ttxas patriot 3. I From the CiiTiiitina Advocate. The following is a true ropy of a letter written by Col. William H. "Wibon of Texas to bin uncle William Wilson of Hoekbridge county Vu. when a prisoner of war in the Custlo of Tcrote Mexico. lie was sen- tenced to bo shot but the sentence was sub- Kci.icntly commuted to hard labor for life. This copy waascnt by request to...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 12 March 1874

t 1! J A I 1" '1 Cif; .LT'v'-r hi"c.iro . .. i bit Vp'pKLY DiMOCILVTIC STATESMAN. I : 'ry. nr.). ir ' . n.nth .$2 SO 1 AO -'""' ft' W fprrle. t I'Voelainatlons. J)I:0CLA3IATJ0N IJy tit fjavernar f Jhe State afTfiM 1250 SEWARD. To !1 fa bom the prraeuf. ahall com: WhrtNi. It haa Ld bWo a Down to me thai on tb --tjr-ix'.h ir of senary A- D. lf.4 m-nr Puwcr t In lr'!. ronnty ( aaid Jt? of Texart (m ANwEW ..) i'FKILLU dii mnriVr and rob ou r'A I Lit .ft Cei.NX nl whraa. Mid Andrew fibaT- . 1 i '.) i Ur-c tiid f;ii'iiiva fromualicv. .x tli-rtfire- lh! hard I ukr.Gorerttorof the Stale cf 1 Fta.)f rlrtd tsf ta aniluM-ttyrcataat IB m by the Cou.t.'uiu.n aixl law or Uil Mi- do B-rvt.T oflVr a r-ir J of two niitiii:rtl and imr doiiura fur the arrest ai. J eiler of U J1 Aadml teliuftieid totb iierlff of :.a ohidi; inaioe lti )atJ done of amid tountr. la Umimouy r. hereuf 1 hart ucrvaittu urm-l stream and eanaed tbe great ral of 1aIJ th Mala to M amiad. at Mm it r A. tin thin ttutlwcfur-clxiada...

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 — 12 March 1874

WEEKLY CTATESM i mn cif-cvr' u I : ' '. . ' - - i 'tr walk TIHT.3DAY. ....... ..3IARCU 12 1874 Tin: STATU CIZETTE AND ITS EDI. TOII. ' ?; ;v! of our exchanges express surprise. Li tlio continued quarreling as they call it- of the TATiiM.v3r and tbe Stub Gazette tr;-.l desire to see it ended. 60 do wo and we Live often expressed our determination to Ris pcu our part; bat just as often the Gat He has taken advantage of such deter mication and forced us to break it. Only tbe cLl.tr vc.c'xpr'S3J' this- deter ruination again which was followed with tie usual result. Then what are we to do ? Remain fcilent when we are Ti.urpjiresciited and abused. We hardly think tbe most amiablo would advise us to do go. The State Gazette received its ropu I.-.r;ty from its old proprietorships while the present concern has merely stolen the name and lot! all the honor and ability that once attached to it.' Those who indorse the pa- pt-r are most probably led to do so only on account of its old associatio...

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 — 12 March 1874

iIiuksday ::aix-h i?.. ':: Local : loiters.-' ' ' utvn'mn "stralrU C -iks" s:t the racard manta to MSjOTls P ort ytJ- ;r;y. pOsplriiy. .' . ' Cm. J. B. RvTtSTTMJ. 6:a iTKTn'jrratlon Afcnt 1 eJ.a-nt from AuUu on c3-il Puaiaeaa. :. SxvcBat "UiinuL !.il gutf.anen tnPckad yeaUrday at tha bar of IX (Tltshngh) Honsa.- ' Tint lord nimrcrirT f Je I1 foerawt ttja week. Some Id eddltionjssipeetefrom Oalvceton. nrgin Senator JUncock to hsye suitable buildings for T;t4(.Ui:u;lIBCa siesta are. - ' Tubbs baio Insea cusvktlufi hr. ta the I'lrtfrd statescooris.tawn In any other district ia () fiild ctatrs and Jt0 Caspars pend:!!-. . Ir r"lR'rc d0'14 trorg man to carry what a lck man MiJ he wanted to eat froaa a restaurant- Tester day.'- - ' " DirTHSBiA U here In liiduiorm owing ta toe eapo- nr of Uexaeelvea- by both him U th nM C'lanfr the- watllr without care. J ' "' it V -- aawileNaaaBB..MMa.aaa)assiaaMawak.aae' -Tift)ro1fyiDgof tha city eeaieterv Is sUllio pro gress. Thf brfce of lot ranges from...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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