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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1871

i-. 5 V J- r. THE STATESMAN. TRI WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Bintleopy one yr Biogl eopjix mouths JOO Single copy oo tBonlb.. ". AO WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Si Bf eopy one fnr ... 9 3 Single eo)7 n month t 84 Fire ooplrt one year. . . . . The abeve nta re peeie. 1 OO Tlie Executive Committee. Tbe Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mittee ehosen by tbe Democratic State Con- vention are aa follow! : A. 8. WALKKR Chairman. U. H. BOWERj" JOHM D. ELLIOTT. W. M. WALTON L C 8 NEED. Central executive Committee. SSNATOBIAL DISTEICT. 1st District K. B. Pickett Liberty. 2d do S. B. Bewley San Aoguitine 3d do T. R. Bonner Rusk. 4th ' do James W. Ewing Palestine. 6th do James H. Jones Henderson. 6th do J. P. Donglas Tyler. - 7th do James W. Pope Ifars'iall. 8th do H. P. Vabry Jeffrrson. 9th do W. B. Wright Clarksville. 10th do Wm. A. Wortbam Hopkins. 11 lb do S. B. Maxej Paris. 12th do R. L. Fulton Galveston. 13th - do P. E. Pearesoa Richmond. 14th do J. W. Henderson Houston. 15th do J. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1871

'4 i P THE STATESMAN. The undersigned have formed a ro nartnpr. hip to be known as the Statesman- Pim.isii- ixb Compast for Ihe purpose cf publishing paurr in aufiia lexas 10 oe cailea tne ' 'DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN." and trani- act such business at belongs to a publishing ANTH03V DEFyESBAUGII JOHN 8. MoKWKN BREDETT C. MCRRjlV'. CHARLE3 H. DEFFKKBACGII Acsnx JUiyU 1B71. FT- FETTXNGILL CO. Advertising i.idi rirnHwjtnr l otk ara nenwitaan- Ibonxarf to nostra aod roeHpt for drertuenenta. Kvaonptiufia etc.. i or tae Uuocutic ctatisma CF-GKOBvlE P. BOWELL fc CO. Adrertliinf -I nil. 11 ri iuw new ar are beroriib o- thonzad to raeeiT and receipt for tdrrrtUetnenU tuwnpugiu etc. i or toe ut MooaATic Statimik. FOR COXGRESS. FOURTH DISTRICT. HON. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis County. FIRST DISTRICT. HON. W. S. HERNDON Of Smith County. SECOND DISTRICT. HON. JOHN C. CONNER Of Grayson County. THIRD DISTRICT. ' HON. D. C. G1DDIXGS Of Washington County. ELECTION October 3.1 4tb 5th and Gih. -a.TTJ5ITX3ar. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1871

THE STATESMAN.ITWELFTH!S-AT0RE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Sunday afternoon Newcomb receired sev- eral large package! ef those "peculiar" tick- et! through the postoffice. We learn a large bcok rtore ii rood to be opened on the Avenue and that a portion of the stock bai already arrired. A large number of immigrant! bare been encamped about fire milei norib of the city on Spicewood creek for several days. The rite of confirmation was administered to several young ladies at the Catholic Church yesterday by Bisbop Du Bois. The Journal says on of the ladies was colored. It is currently reported and just as cur- rently believed that the colored people are being registered without charge while twenty-fire cenU ii strictly exacted cf every white man. The surreying party who are locating the Missouri Kansas and Texas Railroad camped at Spicewood creek fire miles from Austin last night They hare already completed the surrey to within three miles from that point The Methodist me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 September 1871

J f ' y .-.AUSTIN TnCRSDlY......SKPTE)CBKR 2 1871 MATTERS. LOCAL Tub fallowing gentlemen are authorized gents ior the Democratic Statesman. Captain P. L. Price Georgetown. Charles Fsselt Clarksville. ' - J. W. Cartwright Stepbensville.Eratb Co. B. A. Brown Blanro Texas. ' M. C. Vuckols Caldwell county. Als'oa Daggan San Marcos. ' R. D. Cade Cude's Mill Hays county. Capt. Dane Hill . " . Johnson WhitakerBornet TM- Pierre M. Brown Dallas Texa. Giles H. Burditt Walnut creek. John G. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Flaming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown Esq. Fayette county. . " Col. R. A. Rutherford Travis county. Captain D. C. CarringtorfLeona Lejn co. 'Squire Breedlove Mountain City Hays Co. George W. Glasscock Georgetown. ' John A. Forbes Florence Williamson Co W. H. Burgess Seguin.' - There were fifty -two immersions at the river last Snnday members of the colored Baptist Church. We had a fine "soaking" rain Thursday night hardly enough of it however. ' Our 1 mornings are now quite coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1871

THE STATESMAN. wrt -m "M. TV! S S TEI-WEEKLT DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN BlDgleopyiix montlii.. Single copy montn.. iin.uMi.dnTor. 3 vv AO Wiwm eonirm. ooe year. Th bT rate ere rpaele. Tlie Executive Committee. Tbe Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mittee chosen by the Democratic State Con- veotion are as follows: A. 3. WALKER Chairmae. If. H. B0WER3 0S'cSp?LI0TT W. M. WALTON ' B. O. SNEEU. Central Executive Committee. f . v 8BNAT0BIAI DISTRICTS. - 1st District. E. B. Pickett Liberty. 2d do S. B. Bewley San Angmtine 3d do T. E. Bonner Eugk. . . 4th do James W. Ewing Palestine. 6th do James H. Jones Henderson. 6th do J. P. Douglas Tyler. 7th . do. James W. Pope Marshall. 8th - do H. P. Mabry Jefferson. 9th do W. B. Wright Clarksville. ' 10th do Wm. A. Wortham Hopkins. 11th do . S. B. Haxey Paris. 12th do R. L. Fulton Galveston. 13th.. do P. E. Peareson Eichmoad. 14th do J. W. Henderson Houston. 15th do J. M. Haxey Huntsville. : . . 16th - do . Seth Sheppard Breaham. 17th do 6. J. Goodwi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1871

THE STATESMAN. - C-Pau-taeahip IVolicr. . The undersigned have formed a co partner- ship to be known an the Statesman- Pcblkii- iko Compast fur the purpose of publishing a paper in Austin Texas to be called the "DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN." and trans- act raeh basinets as belongs to a publishing company. ANTHONY DEFFESBAUGB JOHN 8. McEWEK BREDETT C. MURRAY. CHARLES H. DEFFENBAUGII Avsxw July 20 1871. yS. U. PETTKTJGILL A Ca Advertising A jf ut 3T 1'art Kow New York ara herewith aa- iharized to nmn and receipt for advertueisenM. aabaeriptloea ate for the Duocutio Btatumab IF-GKOBGE P. ROW ELL fc CO. Advertising Afnte 41 Park Row Mew York are herewith au- UMriKKl to reealra aad receipt for advenlaemenu sabacrlpliona etc. fur the Dooxtic statssmah. FOR CONGRESS. FOURTH DISTRICT. HON. JOHN HANCOCK Of Travis County. flttfft BiBTBICT. HON. W. 3. HKRNDO.V Of Smith Count. SaXOHD DISTRICT. HON. JOHN C. CONNER Of Grajson County. THIRD DISTRICT. HON. D. C. GIDDINGS Of "Washington County. ALSOTION Oc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1871

I I I .1 L V I r 'I'll' W" 'I i l 1 AUSTIKT THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 1871 Thi following gentlemen are authorized gents for the Democratic Statesman. Albert Gieiecke Shovel Mount. Gammage k Hunter Palestine. J. H. Stien Hampton Hamilton eoaotv. T. B. Owens Gatesvilla Corvalle eonaty. Dr. J. If. Hemphill Martin falls eouDty. W. M. Key Riddleville Karnes county. LeTi Able Groesbeck. Captain F. L. Price Georgetown. Charles F.esett ClarksviUe. J. W. Cartwright Stepbeniville Erath Co. B. A. Brown Blanc Texas. M. C. Mackoli Caldwell county. Alston Daggan Ban M arcos. R. D. Cade Cade's Mill Hays county. Capt. Dare Hill Bn4. Johnson Whitaker Baraet TexM- Pierre M. Brown Dallas Texa. Giles H. Barditt Walnut creek. John G. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown Esq. Fayette county. Col. R. A. Rutherford Travis county. Captain D. C. Carrington Leona Leji co. 'Squire Breedlore Mountain City Hays Co. George W. Glasscock Georgetown. John A. Forbes Florence Williamson Co. W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 October 1871

THESTATffiSMAN. THURSDAY........... OCTOBER 5 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Freih eggs are down to thirty fire cents a doten. : Country ballet is sti-1 beld at fifty cents a pound. - Onr thanks are.doe Me. S. B. Brnah for late copies of New Orleans papers. Our cool nights and warm days are caus- ing chills and fever. The apology for a fence around tiie capitol grounds is a disgrace to the State. Rapid progress is beiog made on the many buildings going op on ourbusiness thorough- fares.' ' ." - Quick and Trigg left Austin Friday for Bolton.- They were - escorted . by a body guard of State police. A phrenologist is in our city examining heads at $2 50 each. Davis Newcomb Tracy nnd Quick refuse to take "charts." A grand Gift Concert is to take place at Louisville Ky. the 31st of October under Legislative authority. See the advertisement elsewhere in this paper. C. R. Johns k Co. the long established and enterprising Banking House and Real Estate firm expect to oecupy their new build- ing next we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1871

THETATESMAN. TRI WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Single copT one year Biogl eopyix moutlii 3 OO Rinme eoiiT. one month SO WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. is bcoct. one year ... 8 3 0 Single copy aix month Five oopira ou year 1W uu The above rate are rpecie. Tlie Executive Committee. Tbe Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mittee chosen by the Democratic State Con- vention are as follows : A. S. WALKER Chaibmas. If. H. BOWER? JOITN D. ELLIOTT W. M. WALTON G. 6 NEED. Central Executive Committee. S1SATOBIAL DISTRICTS. 1st District.- 2d io 3d do 4th do 5th do 6lh do 7th do 8th do 9th do 10th do 11th do 12th do 13th do 14th do 15th do 16th do 17th do 18th do 19th do 20th uo 21st do 22d do 23d do 24th do 25th do 26th do 27th do 13th do 19th do 30th do S. B. Bewley San Augustine T. R. Bonner Rusk. James W. Ewing Palestine. James H. Jones Henderson. J. P. Douglas Tyler. Jam8 W. Pope Mars'iall. H. P. Mabry Jefferson. W. B. Wright ClarksYille Wm. A.Wortham HopVins. G. J. Goodwin Bryan. A. W. Terre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1871

THESTATESMM. C-Parlnrrakip Notice. The undersign? J have formed a co parttier- ihip to be known as the Statesman- Pun.isii- isu Company f jv the purpose ef publishing a paper in Austin IVxa-s to le culled the 'DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" .ml trans- act such business an belongs to a publishing company. ANTHONY DEFFKNBAUfiH JOHN 8. MoKWKN KRKDKTT C. ML'ltltAY. CHARL.K3 U. IJliFrhNBAl'GII AfcSTix July 20 1871. CS. M. PETTESOILL CO. Advertitina Ajt-nU 3T l'arlr. Kuw Now York are herewith au- thorized to recei re and receipt for idtertUcmtnii. subtcriptlona etc for tho Dxaoc&ATic Ktatesmas. CyGEOEGE P. ItOWELL CO AdrertUing Af enta 41 Park Uow New York are herewith au- thorized to receive and receipt lor advirtimeril ubccriptioDS etc for the DexoOratic Stitissas. THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1S71 Mr. Connelly's gin Louse a few miles below San Marcos wa3 consumed by fire on the 12th. A considerable amount of cotton was also burned. Loss about $17000. "The Republican parly mast purge itself of the vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1871

... - ; ' - Mi I J c V Liu. AUSTIN THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Tai following gentlemen are authorized agents fcr the Democratic Statesman. Albert Glesecke Shovel Mount. Garamage k Hunter Palestine. J. H. Stien HamptOQ Hamilton coucty. T. B. Owens Gatesrille Coryelle county. Dr. J. M. Hemphill Marlin Falls county. W. M. Key Riddleville Karnes county. Levi Able Groesbeck. Captain F. L. Price Georgetown. Charles F.-saett Clarksville. J. W. Cartwright Stephen3ville Erath Co. H. A. Brown Blanre Texa3. II. C. Muckols Caldwell county. Alston Duggan San Marcos. R. D. Cude Cude's Mill Hays county. C'apt. Dave HU1 1 Burnet Texas. Johnson Whitalser J ' Pierre M. Brown Dallas Texa-. Giles H. Burditt Walnut creek. John G. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown Esq. Fayette county. Col. R. A. Rutherford Travis county. Captain D. C. Carrirgton Leona Le n co. 'Squire Breedlove Mountain City Hays Co. George W. Glasscock Georgetown. John A. Forbes Florence Wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 19 October 1871

THETATSMAN. AUSTIN THURSDAY. -OCTOBER 10 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. We have noticed several loads of this year's cottoa passing through the rity the past few days. An opp osition hack is now running be- tween Austin and McDade. Passengers are carried at $1 each. A lot of fine large apples hare just been received in our city from Arkansas and are on sale at tho several fruit standi. Cool niorclrgs and tot suns at meridan with exposure to it is the surest method of preparing the system to take ague. J. F. Battaile & Co. infoitn U3 by telegraph that they moved up to Mcdade Thursday and are now ready to receive freight at that point. General Reynolds arrived in our city at 1 o'clock last Thursday. A salute was Cred at the barracks about 3 o'clock to-day in honor of his presence. The Whipple building on the avenue be- low Pecan Etrcet is graced with a beautiful ornamental front which reflects credit upon the artisan who designed the work. Capt. V. C. Giles an exemplary citizen of Austin and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1871

3 7 V THE STATESMAN. THE TBI-WEEKLt Is published every Tuesday Thursday aad Saturday evening. TIIK WEEKI.S Is published every Thursday afternoon. All business correspondence communica- tions etc. should be addressed to STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY AcsTW Texas. Tlie Executive Committee. The Central and Senatorial Executive Com- mittee chosen by the Democratic State Con- vention are as follows : A. S. WALKER Chairmas. II. D. BOWER." JOHN D. ELLIOTT W. M. WALTON B. G. SN'EED. Central Executive Committee. SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 1st District. K. B. Pickett Liberty. 8. B. Bewley San Augustine T. R. Bonner Rusk. James W. Ewing Palestine. James H. Jones Henderson. J. P. Douglas Tyler. James W. Pope Marshall. II. P. Mabry Jefferson. W. B. Wright Clarksville Wo. A. Wortham Hopkins. S. B. Maxey Paris. R. L. Fulton Galveston. P. E. Peareson Richmond. J. W. Henderson Hauston. J. SI. Maxcy Huntsville. Seth Sheppard Breaham. G. J. Goodwin Bryan. A. W. Terrel Calvert. Capt. George Clark Waco. C. M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1871

'JMSTATESMAN. C-Partacrhip Metier. The undersigned have formed a co partner- ship to be known as the Statesman- Publish- ing Cojipaxt for the purpose of publishing a paper in Austin Texas to be called the 'DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" and tracg- act Rich business as belongs to a publishing company. . ANTHONY DEFFENBAUGU JOHN 8. MoEVVEN. BREDETT C. MURRAY. CHARLES II. DEFFENBAUGH ASTIN July 20 1871. CB. M. PETTENQILIi CO. Advertising Agrafe 3T Park Row New York are herewith au- thorized to receive and receipt for advertisement! eubecriptlons etc for the Democratic Statzskas 3TGK0EGE P. ROWELL It CO. Advertising AjenU 41 Park Row New York are herewith au- thorized to receive and receipt for advertisements lubwriptions etc. for the DimoOeatic Status. THURSDAY- NOVEMBER 0 1371 President Grant has appointed the 30th of November aa a day of thanks- giving. We wish it to be particular- ly understood that no part of this thanksgiving will be rendered how- ever for anything he has been instru- ment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1871

THE STATESMAN. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1871 The Democratic flalraaaa baa ibe largest bona-fide cirrnlntion in both city nnacoantrr of AN V paper published at me iapiiai. LOCAL MATTERS. Thi following gentlemen are authorized agents for the Dmocbatic Statesman. Major J. D. Sayers Bastrop Bastrop Co. Albert Giesecke Shovel Mount. Gammage & Hunter Palestine. J. H. Stien HamptOD Hamilton coucty. T. B. Owens Gatesrille Coryelle county. Dr. J. M. Hemphill Martin Falls county. W. M. Key Riddleville Karnes county. Levi Able Groegbeck. Captain F. L. Price Georgetown. Charles Fassett Clarksville. J. W. Cartwright Stephenaville Erath Co. B. A. Brown. Blanco Texas. M. C. Muckols Caldwell county. Alston Duggan San Marcos. R. D. Cude Cude's Mill Hays county. SStejB-'. Texas. Pierre H. Brown Dallas Tex a-. Giles H. Burditt Walnut creek. John G. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Fleming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown E3q. Fayette county. Col. R. A. Rutherford Travis county. Captain D. C. Carrington Leona...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 November 1871

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1871 LOCAL MATTERS. Oar sporting mea bare been bagging any quantity of game tha last few days. Why does not some man of enterpriss start a woody ard in Austin ? Tbe hillside east of the city is dotted with numerous tents occupied by railroad men and tbeir families. Mr. B. F. Caddy will please accept our thanks for the addition of several subscribers to our list from Onion Creek. Fortunately tbe weather modified suffi- ciently Tuesday afternoon and night to pre- vent a frost To-day is warm and pleasant. There are a great many strangers in Aus- tin jest now and all the hotels and boards iog houses are fall. Don't fail to read our graphic report of the remarkable speech of Hon. Andrew Dorris on our first page. We received a dispatch Friday inform- ing us (hat Capt. Sanborn completed the tele- graph line to McDade November 1st and that that station is now open to telegraphic communication. Houses for rent are extremely scarce in Austin. We occas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 December 1871

- r1 TEE STATESMAN. TDBTBI-VEEULT I. published every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday evening. TUB WEEKLY It published everr Thursday afternoon. All business correspondence communica- tions etc should be addressed 4o STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY ....... ! Arrra Tixas ti wttkcullre Committee. The Central and Senatorial Eiecnlire Com- mittee chosen by tba Democratic State Con- vention ara a followi : A. 8. WALKKS Chaimu. H. B. BOWERP fSpfS"0"' Central Executive Committee. ' MSATORIAL DISTRICT!. lit District-B. B. Pickett Liberty. .. 2d do S. B. Bewlej San Augustine 3d do T. B Bonner r;usa. W. Ewintr. Palestine. 6 th do James H. Jones Henderson.. 6tb do J. P.DooglaaTyler. : 1th da James W. Pope MarsHalL 8th do H. P. Mabry Jefferson. 9ta do W. B. Wright Clarkrville. ;. lth do Wm. A. Wortham Hopkins. Uth da S. B. Maxey Paris. 12th da B. L. Fulton Galveston. . 13th do P. K- Peareeon Richmond. 14th do J. W. Henderson" Houston. 15th do J. M. Maxey Huntaville. Uth do Seth Sbeppard Breaham. . 17...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 December 1871

THESTATESMANi - - Ca-Partatet-slarp Kmtice. -. - The undersigned have fbnru'd a co- partner- ship to be known as the States ax Ptnusu- bo Coktaxt for the purpose of publishing a piper in AnKin icxas to be called the DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN" and trans- act such business a belongs to a publishing company. AimiOVY DEFFESBAUCn JOHN 8. McEWKN BBEDETT C. MURRAY. CHAKLKd U. DfcFrLSBAUGH Atsrw July 20 1871. JTTPCOh. GEO. H. BWXET it CO. Proprietor! of tbaTexaa Maw Yorker and General Adrertiaing and CommiMioo Areola 63 Park 1'lace Sew York ere hereby authorized to receive and receipt for adver- tiaemeots eabacripiioiia etc. far (lie Tri-Weekly and Weekly Democratic Sta teaman. t3"C0OK CO BURN A CO. Advert! aing; Agenta tMWtbuli avenue Chicago lllinola are hereby authorized to receive and receipt lor advertisement aabacripUona etc for the Dexocoatic BTATiaaua. Cy8. If. PETTXNGILL Ca Advertiaing Ajenta 3T Park Bow New York are herewith au- thorized ta receive and receipt for advertiacmenta. abaer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 December 1871

A ... DECEMBER IV 1871 a-al4e ri read im Wtk city nr. mt A! V paper xmfclisheal ait the capital. Thi following gentlemen . are authorized ageata for tha DistocaATit Statsimax. Hon. W. H. Pyle Kaufman KaafmanCo. (David Sheeks Genera Agent. ; Fort k Jackson Waco. F. Voigt Nacogdocbea Nacogdoches Co. Uasterson Wagtey Houston. Major J. D. Sayers Bastrop Baitrop Co. Albert fiieeecka Shore! Moant ; Gammage k Hunter Palestine. ). H. Stien' Hampton HamUton county. T. B. Owens Gatesvilla Coryelle county. Dr. J. H. 3emphill Marlin Falls county. W. M.'Key Riddleville Karnes coanty. Levi Able Groeabeck. Captain F. L. Price Georgetown. Charles Fiiasett Clarksville. J. W. Cartwright Stephensville Erath Co. B. A. Brown Blanco Texas. M. CzMockoU Caldwell county. Alston Dnggan San Marcos. R. D. Cnde Cnde's Mill Hays county. . ) Burnet Texas. - Johnson Whitaker J Pierre M. Brown Dallas Texa Giles H. Burditt Walnut creek. John G. Gordon San Gabriel Texas. J. W. Flaming San Saba Texas. J. C. Brown Esq....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 December 1871

V mESTATESMK THURSDAY XECEMEEa U IS71 LOCAL MATTERS. Free loaches tie tbe great features in oar city at present. - The grading on the lite to be occupied by the passenger depot Mr. R Talbot contractor is nearlj completed. ' . It waa rery fortunate that the dog vaa not looee an evening or two ago when a certain H. D. made a sadden exit oat of a back ioor Sunday morning the Stage Company lent o the terminus of the road near Wheeler's Store four stage coaches carrying forty-two pawengeri. Work has been commenced again on the railroad bridge across Waller creek. . Piles were driven yesterday. . - i ' ! Quick bas gone to Washington to instruct President Grant as to the coarse to be' par sued by tbe Administration in Texai ' : ' Eer. Mr. McCabe of Chicago preached again at the Methodist. Church South last evening. A rery good andience was present. mm aaaMa sasasswaa -J A private taffy party that came off on "tbe suburbs a few days since mnat have been a Tery sweet affair. There is no acco...

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