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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 26 June 1871

mr 4= THE REPRESENTATIV E ■ I Eer. Hi- MR. GREELEY AT HOME. "But I liave been asked, 'Are there any Ku-Klux down SouthYes, gen- tlemen, there are. They didn't come up to me and tell me they were Ku-Klux very often. They didn't undertake to perform their delicate operation upon me. I should have had very mluch more respect for them if they had. (Great laughter.) I am moved with profound disgust when I think of these men, covering themselves up with,second-rate calico, masking their faces, arming themselves to the teeth, and riding around to the cabins of poor harmless negroes, drag- ging them from their beds,and whipping and maiming them until they are com- pelled to swear they will never again vote the Kepublican ticket. I hold that to be a very cowardly procedure as well as a very base one; and I hold it to be the duty of the Government of the Union to oppose, with all its power and all its force, every such execrable procedure as this. Do you tell me that those men are liable to t...

Publication Title: Representative, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 1 July 1871

,;< trtryi ~ 4H*r (jf£. yj,. /8Sd^) + ftepresmtattiie. Vol. i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Ra fVA tt, :• oC Jt ft'rftTtl. Ac/i fcr'i— f/'*/r?jr?-A.+t ■( GALVESTON, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1871 No. Bates of Subscription. One copy one year $3 00 Six mcnths, in advance 1 50 Rates of Advertisements. square. |1 mo.|2mos,3mos;6mo8[12 mos One j$4 00 $6 00!$7 50f$1200!$20 00. Two j 8 00 12 00;i5 00,25 00 l 4Q 00.. Three |12 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 ! 60 00. Four 116.00 24 orijSO 00,5 ) 001 80 00. Five 2) 0UI30 00|87 00 65 00|100 00. Ten 185 00i65 10|75 001112000; 175 CO, Movements of the Mails. Mails at the Galveston Poe<<>;.iceare closed as follows: New Orleans, Louisiana, Mondays, Wednes- days and Fridays at 1:30 p. m., and on Sunday, it will close at 11 a. M. Houston and all interior points, daily, ex- cept Sundays, at 7 a. m. Houston only, daily, at 1:30 p. m. Indianola, Corpus Christi and Brownsvilie, on Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays, st 3 p m. Liberty, Tuesdays...

Publication Title: Representative, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 1 July 1871

2 THE REPRESENT^T I_VE7 THE RICH A RD NE L S O N, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. FOR CONGRESS: THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Richard Nelson, OF GALVESTON. Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton has gone to Europe for his family, which has been there for two years. He will be1 back early next month and take a prominent place in the ranks of the "New Departure" during the autumn canvass in Ohio. Mr. John Kemp, Chairman of the Republican" Executive Com- mittee of Matagorda county, is in our city. Mr. Kemp has hereto- fore had the contract for the car- riage of the mails in Brazoria and Matagorda counties, and per- formed the same to the satisfac- tion of the public generally. Capt. W. H. Griffin, well known to our citizens as the gentleman- ly and efficient late Deputy City Marshal, has been appointed Su- pervisor of Education for this District. We believe this ap- pointment to be eminently wise and proper, -aiuMfe^st to see our school interests well advanced under the Captain's careful and energetic manageme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 1 July 1871

THE REPRESENTATIVE 'BE JUST AND FEAR NOT." For President in 1872: ULYSSES S. GRANT, Subject to the nomination of the National Republican Convention. "This Government is a Republic, where the will of the people is the law of the land." U. S. Grant. OBTUSE. A BEAUTIFUL POEM. BY WM H. CLARK. Let ttoweres of rich fragrance be strewn o'er the graves Where slumber in silence our patriot braves, 'Neath thousands and thousands of grass-covered mounds, Till the trumpnt of doom through cre- ation resounds. Let beautiful flowers of the richest per- fume, By woman's fair hand, be placed on the tomb, Where a husband, a son, or a brother may lie, Who battled for truth to conquer or die. Yes, strew them with flowers, wherever they died; If near where the Father of Waters doth glide. Where Vicksburg long stood in the pride of her strength, But yielded to Grant's perseverance at length. % Or if with brave Sherman, right on toward the sea, They tramped the long tramp to the tune of the free, And when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 1 July 1871

THE WWlP R ¥ S E N T A. T I Tr E WENDELL PHILLIPS ON H. GREELEY. From the National Standard.] Horace Greeley looms up in the foreground as a presidential candidate. He seeks no office, but if the nomination should be thrust upon him he would not de- cline it. It would appear that, like Barkis, he is willing. In- vited recently to deliver an ad- dress on agricultural matters in Texas, Mr. Greeley improved the opportunity very fully thus offer- ed to reassert before the country, and especially at the South, his well known amnesty views. He also joined the discomfited South- ern worshipers at the shrines of Lee, Davis and Stonewall Jack- son in their tributes of admira- tion for those "heroes" of the re- bellion, and again humiliated himself by hobnobbing with Jef- ferson Davis and reviving the fact that his autograph was affixed to Davis' bail bond. Mr. Greeley has traveled further, and been ab- sent longer, on former occasions; but this is the first time, we be- lieve, that his retur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 8 July 1871

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 8 July 1871

2 THE REIPRESJENT-A-TIVE THE fkptieMEtote RICHARD NELSON editor and proprietor. FOR CONGRESS: third congressional district, Richard Nelson, of galveston. lilPThe Galveston Republican seems to be worried about the au- thorship of the oration delivered by us on the 19th of June. He is, doubtless, disappointed at not having had the honor of orator conferred on him, as he thinks he is the only colored man in the State with any brains. He states that we acknowledge ourself to be the author, but that the Democratic Civilian denied it. If Mr. Webb has more confidenct in the word of a Democrat, whc eats Radical "chicken pie," thar in the word of one of his own peo- ple, who is known to tell the truth, he is welcome to his opinion. W( are not disposed to do more than repeat that we are the author o1 the oration delivered. —In 1867, Ohio elected a Re- publican Governor by 2984 major- ity, and a Democratic Legislature. In 1869, the majoril# for jlayes was 7518, and in the Legislature the Hamil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 8 July 1871

THE REPRESENTATIVE 3 THE REPRESENTATIVE. ' "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT." For President in 1873: ULYSSES S. GRANT, Subject to the nomination of the National Republican Convention. "This Government is a Republic, where the will of the people iB the law of the laid." % U. S. Gbaht. MEERSCHAUM. Perfect in form, of texture fine," With thee to part I'd not be willing; Yet thou'rt worthless, Meerschaum mine; Fancy apart—without the filling. Thou art coloring, my pipe, I Bee: A nut-brown tint thy white displaces. Why should that hue be prized in thee, And not, alas! iq human faces ? For men are only things of clay,. And women too—the grain is finer.— With men, as pipes, a black one may Serve all the ends of his Designer. And serving these, it matters not— I'm serious pipe, don't think I'mjoking Whether his cuticle is changed a jot, ■■ By old dame-Nature's constant smoki'g My pipe, society, like thee, Was made to soethe and cottifort man; But really now, it seems to me; It sadly fails to serve tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 8 July 1871

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 15 July 1871

V ,*7/t 7-3 yhjoJvub6. I J. V JC % Hc^txry w. " -v '/C U. /#$ /.) resentattue. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. i. GALVESTON, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1871. No. 9. Kates of Subscription. One copy one year $3 00 Six mcnths, in advance 1 50 Bates of Advertisements. squabe. ii mo. 2 h08j3 mo9 6 m08i12 mos. One | $4 00 $6 00 $7 50 $1200 $20 00. Two 8 00;12 00 15 00 25 OOi 40 00. Three |l2 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 : 60 0<>. Four 116 00 24 0ii:30 00i5 < 00' 80 00. Five 2i 0'1 j30 00 87 00|65 00 10T 00. Ten 135 00|65 10 75 00 12000il75 CO Movements of the Mails. Mails at the Galveston Postofltec are closed as follows .* New Orleans, Louisiana, Mondays, Wednes- days and Fridays at 1:33 p. m., and on Sunday, it will close at it a. M. Houston and all interior points, daily, ex- cept Sundays, at 7 a. m. Houston only, daily, at 1:30 p. m. Indianola, Corpus Christi and Brownsvilie, on Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays, st 3 p m. Liberty, Tuesdays pnd Fridays, at 9 a. m. PROSPEC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 15 July 1871

2 THE ]R E 3? !R E S E 1ST T A T I V E THE lijprjesiEtatiw R I C H A R D N E L S O N, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. rw° Mr. N. W. Cuney is authorized to a ct as general agent for this paper. {^" Mr. Wm. Anderson is hereby appointed local agent for the Representative in Galveston 1 at National Era, of Washing- ton, is quoted as being in favor of Gen. Clark for Congrt .a for this District. We know Fred. Doug- las personally, and we know lie would rejoice to see a colored man sent to Congress from any District in Texas. The report that Mr. Frederick Douglass is« going to leave Wash- ington permanently and return to Rochester, his old home, is con- tradicted. Lewis H. Douglass, a son of Frederick Douglass, was appoint- ed by the President on the 28th ult., a member of the Legislative Council of the Legislative Assem- bly of the new Territorial Gov- ernment of the District of Co- lumbia. mi VOTE FOR THE SUBSIDY. The Representative desires to urge every colored man to register and vote for the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 15 July 1871

THE .REPRESENT .A. T IV J5 THE REPRESENTATIVE. p- F "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT." For President in 1872: ULYSSES S. GEANT, Subject to the nomination of the National Republican Convention. "This Government is a Republic, where the will of the people is the law of the land." U. S. Grant. FOR CONGRESS: THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Richard Nelson, OF GALVESTON. W. T. Clark represents the lit- tle Mahomet of white Radcal- ism. Richard Nelson represents the hnge mountain ot colored Radicalism. The problem which the Radical nominating Conven- tion, which meets here next month, will have to solve will be this: Shall the great colored mountain go to the little white Mahomet, or shall the little white Mahomet go to the great colored mountain?—[The Age. . All we have to say ls^jjhis; As colored Republicans, we want one Representative of our own race in the Hall of Congress from this State, and we are determined to that end. Blackstone says that all who pay taxes to their govern- ment shall have a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 15 July 1871

THE REPRESENTATIVE SOUTHERN STATES CON- VENTION. The following preamble and resolu- tions were adopted by the State Conven- tion of Georgia, held in Atlanta, Febru- ary 3d, 1871: Whereas, The peculiar condition of the colored people in the Southern States, growing out of a combination of local causes, does, in the judgment of this Convention, demand a more practi- cal understanding and mutual co-opera- tion, to the end that a more thorough union of effort, action and organization may exist; and, Whereas, We believe a Convention of the Southern States would most hap- pily supply this exigency, and receive the cordial endorsement of the colored citizens of said States; therefore; Resolved, That we, the members of the Georgia State Convention now as- sembled, do authorize the President of this Convention to issue a call, in the name of said Convention, for a Southern States C nvention, to be held at such time and place as he and those with whom he may advise shall determine best adapte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 29 July 1871

fm- .v-t.-op, £~- —/ • j r - resentattue. 9^CH&Xcry o, (tff.lt,/630. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. l. GALVESTON, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1871 No. 11. Bates of Subscription. Six men ;opy one y cnths, in advance 1 50 Bates of Advertisements. SQUARE. 1 xo.'2xos 8x08 6x08 12 x08 One.... Two... Three.. Four... Five... Ten— $4 00 8 00 12 00 16 00 2 ) 00 85 00 $6 00 12 00 18 00 24 00 30 00 65 00 S50 $1200 $20 00. 00 25 00 40 00. 60 00. 80 00150 00! 80 00. 8? 00 65 00 100 00. 75 00 1200011T5 00. PROSPECTUS. The Representative will be published every Saturday morn- ing, and of course will be a weekly i'ournal, published and edited by Iichard Nelson.. This journal will be Republican in all its fea- tures, and will be devoted to the cause of Republican principles. It will advocate the rights of all American citizens "without regard to color, race or previous condi- tion of servitude." Hence it will be national in this respect. The necessity which is felt iii the city of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 29 July 1871

2 the representative THE liqptoimtatiw RICHARD NELSON, editor and proprietor. The Radical tricksters of this district have played their cards so well that not a single delegate has been elected to their Congres- sional election, instructed to vote for Gaines,*, Nelson, Campbell, or any other ■colored man, and this too in the face of the fact that about nine out of every ten Radi- cals in the district are colored men.—[Houston Telegraph. If the colored men of this dis- trict had been true to themselves they would have sent one of their own race to Congress. The prom- ises of white men (which are nev- er fulfilled) have led many color- ed men away from the path they should follow, and if one of us ev- er clo get a position through the assistance of the intriguing politi- cian, he hardly earns enough to keep body and soul together. .. In case certain cormorants do not obtain all the "chicken-pie" their unbounded stomachs desire, they threaten a "departure." Let them go; we can spare th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 29 July 1871

THE REPRE8ENTAT1VJS 3 THE REPRESENTATIVE. 'BE JUST AND FEAR NOT." For President in 1873: ULYSSES S. GRANT, Subject to the nomination of the National Republican Convention. "This Government is a Republic, where the willof the people is the law of the land." U. S. Grant. FOR CONGRESS: THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Richard Nelson, OF GALVESTON. An Unbroken Republican Front.-The tact is,says the Wash- ington Republican, that the Na- tional Republica* party is strong- er to-day in every State in the Union than it was in 1868, when it chose Gen. Grant to be its stan- dard bearer, and the reasons for this increased strength and energy and vitality are to be found in the vigor and ability and patriotism with which his administration has been conducted. It is solely and entirely owing to the broad and comprehensive policy to which he has adhered that this result is due. The Republican party has, undei his leadership, marched to triumph greater than it was dreamed of winning. He has not given...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 29 July 1871

THE REPRESENTATIVE. QUALIFIED FOR A LAWYER. One of our smart city lawyers was surprised the other day by an old lady entering his office, leading a vicious looking youth. She said: "Squire, I called to see if you would like to take this boy and make a lawyer oi him ?" "The boy appears rather too young, madam," said the lawyer; "how old is he ?" "Seven years, sir." "He is too young, decidedly too young. Have you no older boys ?" "Oh, yes, sir; I have several; but we have concluded to make farmers of the others. I told my old man that I thought this little fellow would make a first rate lawyer, and so I called to see if you would take him." "No madam; he is too young yet to commence the study of the profession. But why do you think this boy any better calcu? lated for a lawyer than your other sons ?" "Why, you see, sir, he is just seven years old to-day; when he was five years old he'd lie like all natur; when six, he was sassay and impudent as any critter can be; and now he will stea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 26 August 1871

/■ /f 4V / -y / ,> / / / entatib e DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. YOL. 1. GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1871. NO. 13. C|t $^rtstnteftk BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year §3 00 Six months, in advance 1 50 BATES 01 ADVEBTISEMENTS. SQUARE. 1 MO. 2 MOB 3 110s 6 MOS- 12 MOS One $4 00 §6 00 $7 50 $12 00 $20 00 Two 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 Three 12 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 60 < ■) Four 16 00 2i 30 30 00 60 00 80 00 Five 20 00 30 t'O 37 00 65 00 100 00 Ten 35 00 65 00 75 00 120 00 175 00 TEXAS STATE CONVENTION. Houston, August 3d, 1871. In pursuance to a call to elect dele- gates to represent the State in the Southern State Convention. The call having been made in com- pliance with the order of the Chair- man of the Executive Committee, to meet at Houston, August 3d, 1871. The Convention was called to order by G. T. Ruby, and the object of the meeting stated; whereupon G. T. Ruby was elected President and John Kep- pard appointed Secretary, and the fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 26 August 1871

ijirtsntfaltk. [ARD NE1LSON, [TOR AND PROPRIETOR. lurday, Aug. 26, 1871. "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT." For President in 1872, ULYSSES S. GRANT Subject to the nomination of the National Republication Convention. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For Congress, First District, Hon. GEO. W. WHITMORE, Of Smith County. For Congress, Second District, COL. A. M. BRYANT Of Grayson County. For Congress, Third District, GEN. WM. T. CLARK, Of Harris County. For Congress, Fourth District, HON. EDWARD DEGENER, Of Bexar County. OTJE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. The following Aldermen voted to lay the resolution on Gov. Davis on the table : Yeas—Sealy, Frederich, Baker, Stu- art and Cole—5. Nays—Col well and Patten—2. Excused from voting—Reed. The teachings of the "new depart- ure " men—the Giddings and the Stevensons—have shown their effect upon our honorable Board of Alder- men, as evinced in the above vote on the Governor's election circular. On the flimsy pretext of an alleged techni- cal violation of " our rights," we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 26 August 1871

Cfrt $fpmentatik We notice the name of A. T. Webb as Secretary of the Stevenson meeting held on Monday night. We wonder if this is not Frank Webb, the whilom editor of that semi-occasional appear- ing journal yclept Republican—thor- ough Bohemian. We know Webb, as the servant of Postmaster McKee, was at the meeting, and no doubt he gave the use of his " functionized " brain to the miserable white men who were present. , Those men who accept bribes are unfit to belong to any party, and we hope none will join themselves to Re- publicanism that do. The Stevenson clique have nothing to expect from the hands of true Re- publicans, who desire the success of a party founded on correct principles. REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COM- MITTEE. The undersigned Republican Execu- tive Committee, of Galveston county, desirous that the Republicans of this county shall give no uncertain stand in the arduous duties imposed during the present political campaign, are de- termined, by all honorable means, to meet...

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