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

r WEEKLY 1 STATESMAN PCELif HED BT '....'" if) f intern walks - v- AUOTXXJ .v Tirt:R?DAY . march t2.i874 TELEGRAPHIC. Waafclaston CHy. u A sn tXGTOjr Mnb 4. At Halifax last Saturday seven more bodiM of the victims of tlx? ummmond colliery explosion were ret or .crtd. Some of the bodies were at once klea tificd by t lie widows and friends of the drv cca"w?a- i he Cesli on their bodies was mucn shriveled but their clothing: Lair and beards arc guite natural and not at ail burned. -.' ' TV ashtxotox. March 4. liev. JhcoW Knspp famous as a revival preacher liel. at Itocklord. 11L. aced 74 vrars. . 1 A manufaclurinsr company of Cloucesfef! N. J.. dLsfharwd 700 men vesterday. wht askad for higher wag. T men; accompa- nied by their wives and chilaren surrounded the residence of Douple at whjeb they hurled mishiles of every descripiion and threatened to fire the milL They were finally dispc rscd by the police after a severe struggle n which niunv head were broken. - . i A warrant was issued...

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

THE STATESMAN. T 0 3 A rrn na nrm a nnn nn i n a kT !UM Hi an. pin ' ctt? one T"r... fciaie cij.jr one mom a. I is a 1 CJ WEEKLY Di:?.10CnATIC STATESMAN. Pint !e ropy on j- -.tr . . bir r jjy i r iiiimiUil t sTI'm Ke rate ara J 1 o Prcclainations. PROCLAMATION IS tl Cortiner f th Slat f TiXu Mso ccwxno. To ail ( about t prrrota haM coma: Where It Li made known to rot that oa tbe taro- tr-x ! Cr e..f Jaoukjy A. L. ls.t nmr fuwrra !-i. Iri ; ronntT la Mid Sitit of TeiM om an;'- vw rHi-LI did mtjrdrr and rob om M l QLiNX ami h.-rra aaid Andrew ghuf- fivlii ia tul larv am efiK-iiir from Justin. Now tbrtrfore- XKu iurtl CkGr?rooruf tb Stat of Trtfcy virtue of the authartty vratrd la m by lb C'jDuuiI.d ana U of this fetate da lierrhy offer a rrwtrd of two bootirrd and Cfiy doiUr for t'us irmt nd d.'linrrjr f ed Andrwl hbul-.. Id to to aLerii of r aila c utitjr hi.ide th Jail dm of aald eooaiy. la tealiruimy wheraof 1 hv hereunto ai?ned my nane and caul b fx-ai of Al. ttia Msli to be taile...

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

f r r .WEEKLY STATESMAN rcbi.MiuJr) bt tint ciXDvru. JO Era WALK! TIIUTtSDAY. .3IAP.Cn 19. 1874 TIIK FEEL1AO IX THE aOl'TIt. There basbesn a marked improvement in the feelings of the Southern towards the Northern people within the last year- And it is a matter of no little importance. It signifies a great deal. It is equivalent to saying that at last the truth is being dis- covered by the North ; that error and revenge are receding there that the great heart t the people is getting to beat in unison with the true interests of the country intelligent patriotism inflexible justice and unyield ing devotion to duty. We do not mean that such principles are now tho rule of ac- tion but that there is a healthy tendency in this direction which is a good indication of a return to fraternal feelings. The North- ern people now admit that they have been grossly deceived; that combinations for plundering the South under the guise of lobulation have been successful heretofore in misrepresenting t...

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

o J o i WEMLY STATESMAN IIIUtlSDAY -MARCH 19. 14 Local 31attcrs. Tut f xtiHtittcm of lirt Bu-aonlbartncts i fraud. The fotwutlnt MiU from Hikh." h" brT. Hi t one jwiit.riU--r In Wit city. CoarAxr D. Truth ruitl Sttt Infantry. nh I lie L'ull-J Stale Jot bi-re. ' Srrt Tub turfite are roJy tu tluJe. and Ue ir in fect rr the put raring will h nccllept. - A uTLib!i raid f-trdy U'l come Bp und w Uale away a tvm hoan arita u. . Wc't ur. . 8i of the c:il ulaujfbured to anply aaaKh Imf. tb rrnlra aar "ra too tbiu" and that Ibia (mrat) U ratliff toufb on n. "8c mack!" distilled atili-kj" la the Ut t. ad vertiacd daringly. Tmc total imoutit fur which jMwtoflice morx onr were liuwllart wek wm about ViO and for whira they were rrct-lvfd the tame. Matom Wukklxr haabadao Interview with Ailja taut Uooeral Steele. The matter reUUva lu tUe htate Annual haa Wn aallafactorily aetttcd. Anheaio. rkBofcfaixa colored fur ntit promptly re moving a cow of hi that died ww flaed Ave dull. yntcruny In the mayor...

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

WEEKLY STATESMAN rcBi.isirED BT CXIlDWKLIi fc XVJLJL.ZCXZIX. job c&JtowruL. iotcra walkb THURSDAY . .MARCH 10. 1971 For th5 Democratic btajesraan. KITIE'SDUEl.n. xr ajxa tra.xc.isi. Inscribed to Dr. E. P. Bryee. of Tuscaloosa ALv nama ui Dtiuai or tiie mils crcaaior. My spirit ni wcery end covered my heart With shadows to deathly itnd grim; Th great tears were welling- and ready to fUrt; My brmin u all heavy and dim. There was not a charm on the wlldertng earth. Yet earthward my spirit as turned; IUbollous the thoughts which had sprung Into birth . And rankled the soul whers they burned. I murmured that burdens should bind me and jad And lunged for the days left behind Before there Uy bat a dim thorny road. For the aonl already ao blind. What waa life bat an orphan i-c sad and alas 1 A valley of struggles and fears .- -n th .7it lien wliicll Hlltl'mo.. ll . . Hut ail of its alow dropping tears. When toft to my tide In bet snowy night-dress With her dark eyea ahinlnj with litfht....

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

i p if THE STATESMAN. THE STATESMAN. 1 . DAILY DEMOCRAT. fJ PATd 'AN. FlriL'l Binr Ana wif .. ............ $ i fcm.'le copy nil maii!h.. ticl eo.7 ou moutb t C-O t WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Rlnirte eTTi year - 1x2 ' bioi'ii! copy six mutiths " t Kre r! are specie v i Proclamations )UOCLAMATION t - . I lit- (fa Cfernr of b Stat of Texas. To all to whom thet presents sludl coma; Wlwrn )t kaa ban iade tuuiri (u ma tint on tbe twtrn-ty-aixth lr of Jsnuaty A. D. L-'.l lua i'owere th"! fa r'!i cimnty in ald State of Texj- oue A ikkw HiL KKltlji did tnurd r nJ r one PATHM K and bT-aa. paid Andrew Suuf- SeM Is still. Ur? aud a fujrllir frx.iu jnsilcts. . .Now therefore-! Kir hard CoketjoTcrt;ir of the 8: ate of 1 exaf.hy virtue of llie aut hwrity vested in mr i the Constitution and ! of this M.ue do fcrreby out a reward of two hundred and Cfiy dollar for the arrest aud delivery of ihe wild Atidn-d HjuJti. IJ to ttie stk-riff of Jr'aiiteuuaty Inside the Jul dmifvf ad county. . ia ivatuoon...

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

WEEKLY. STATESMAN ton ctiovuJ. "V I ZZ'. 1"!'.' J" wilki tutt.sday : ; rMAr.Cir.ic' isti FK.NSIOXS TO TUE'srilVtVKcTVllX- EH1SI' OF . THE IIKVOLITTIOT tTJIICn REPAnATEl TEXAS FIlOU . MEXICO. ... '- ".. -. v Y .. I . Delow ye give a Bynop."ii of ablll wiich baa been introduced into tbe LegiiJatnre granting aa annual pension of one hn&lred acl fifty dollars from Crit day of January 1374 for life payable uck! annu!'.y .to each survivor of the revolution LicUi ep arated Texas from Mexico including 'the Banta Pe anJ Meir prisoners and the ut- Tivoriof the companj'of Cart.' t)jw9on who was massacred neat San 'Antor.ia In the yearly tud the survivors of those who were captured at the city of San Xn- tonio in the fall of the ysar' l$i2;: and! to such as have been permanently 'disablyd; double that amount. That a certificate of the Comptroller of Public Accounts shew- ing that he la entitled Id ft pension1 under act of 1870 shall bo sufficient evidence' to entitle him to arrearages to pe...

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

WEEKLY STATESMAN .IIILKSHaV KAKCII 2H 1874 ' ' Local Matters. fft-rcd at private wle lUlly Public alcilou bor.c command a moderam. low. ; Twan i.ro-laiuailoot of rrward. twrlw or n-mi- lon or ( and furfeittre. re for eU-ctluna .ml rUhl g raatlnt P". " bern l4oed by lbe OT rr aor the Uwith of X J"";. 0f oT th prisoner In tbe ilung-ou of the county Jail cm ' AT"1 00 TM"T tllUt "f uS'x'll"n- lie tM reworrd T be prompt attendance of the jailor who " aitraclod by U crlee of the prleoocra generally. - Got Phot. Anout II o'clock yesterday morning two men entered the etore of . U. Well on Congreat Arcane and ft'T talking while one reac hed over tb coualec and got toot at twive and hilf cent a p mod. TiaEt'cawea bukniptry brfore Ke?itrar Price. Wedneaday : Creditors again! T. W. Tolund of Lampa- 41 county; mom again J. 8. Johnm. of Baatrop county and election rf A. P. WooUlrld-e and ll.arl.. Hor.t anelgneee In the ctae of creditor ajfaiurt W. U. llouwyer. Rrruil Cvcbt. Caere decided March Co...

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

.:. WEEKLY - STATESMAN joHf ciwvrix. rostra WAXJta THURSDAY .MAT.Cn 23 1S74 or th Democratic Ktateaman. A MAN'S LOTZ DREAM. Methiuka I pebap may dreazn Hare vUlont in the fir dlatanc Of aa Angel "Queen of Song" ' ' With mind ard heart fitted to ner sphere 1 Wl;h Modesty woman' brl$tt Jewel crowned! Wltli Pride that tend it to baoghfIne; j Eat that. wUth lend becoming dignity! ' With Charity that nay tb orphan' tear! With sympathy for all by AflUctloa 100UI That the be fair la fc tod form i well;- . . For who do not lov tt beautiful f Pure aa dew-drops from Dlan' ecrd Temple t . One. to build your holiest traat npon f For Trutf la lb polar Ur of Life; Happine droop and die without ltl !.e bou!d be most gentl la manner 'Natural fro from rt; For affectation 1 bat mockery! ' There should b no deceit or gull No Syren song to lead astray ; But Truth ehould deck bar brow. And every action prov th Woman I Tht? acintUlalioo of oar brain aboold b a onat Oar Uute and fancies should agree; For....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 April 1874

THE STATESMAN. DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. flirnrleeopr one year .........91 h mule copy kiz luouthi... 6 oo l a iibki enpj on mouth 'WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. flns;le cony. on year ! liiiii'le cvy t month t r Th Nr rdn sr !) 1 so Proclamations "pROCLAMATIOS My th cwwwf f th atal ofTem. To all to wbora tbs presfot aall com: Where 'It bu beea mad anowa ta m tliat on the teo tr-iftB tUr " January. A. D. Vf!4 near Power Cbspel la Fsii "t in Mid Btat of Texas on AN'DKEW hfilf PI&Im did mnrdi od rob one rAThiCK QLISS sixi. " wa Aaurew Boar flrirf la nil ai larsr and a fneitlra frua justice. Now. therefor' l.Rir hard Coke.Gof ernor of the State f Teiaa.by virta of tbe ntbeniy voted In by tb CoastKatUm 4 law of ttil Bute do berehy offer a rawird of two hoadred and fifty dollar for lb arreot ad drllrery of tli said AudrM bauflleld to thm theriff of rail coawy laaiuc u jiui aoor of raid county. la textiuony w berauf 1 bT turreanto ak'ned my Mint and cans Hi great s-l of IfitAt-l tl to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 April 1874

.O n i i v rn 11 i TIUKSIUY' APRIL 2 1874 ft re nppltmrnt for Proceeding of (he iULCII SET Ttt Bli 1MNE.' Ordinarily sessions of legislative bodies are extended beyond the period when the public think they might well bare ad journed. Cut this Legislature certainly baa sot yet reached that point. On the con trary the people will hold them to a strict accountability if from a fear of unthinking criticism or a restlessness to resume their usual avocations they should neglect the many important measures still to be acted upon or if in tbcir liot haste to get away they should hurry than through in a crude and undigested state. So much of the time of this session baa been taken up in the work of purifying the bench and a good work it has been that nearly all the important measures of the session are still unacted upon. The tax bill; Constitutional amendments; the general ap propriation bill ; the judicial districts bill ; the school lands bill ; bills for the extension of time to works of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 April 1874

WEEKLY STATES T 1M Mi TIIURSDAY;. .. . ' ATEIL 2 Local blatters. FreH butter i coming into market.- Yron- orauus bowever stick close to Lbe old .tuff. The Land Office 1 aAing for over C fly clerks. ; '.' V V Hos. A. 8. Dkoaddis Is in tbc o'y sad stopping tt tiie Avenue Hotel t ;j TTiuryrrifK i the enr strain. 'How inanv of iu fail to mak thU unenviable fcruala- tance? . ' - .. . - -1 -. . . Thers begins to be. great deed cf talk aboat the coming of Ccmua and LU."inerrIe mca." " ' ' r' ' " - v . . . : - - - - : Tub dog In Austin are numbered by the thousand. ; TLe revenue from tLe dog tax should be large or the price of saac ought to be very low. ' 5 ;t : i: ::.. J . We learn that the old building next door to BruejerholTi establishment U to lie. vacated for the purpose of being renovated..' An ele- gant front U to bo erected. t -''?;?;'' j Several wagon loads of wood were pis sing along tlie Btrtijestcrday; It IJ too hirta Will not aome tud go to' work ancf Tuml.Ji citizens wood at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 April 1874

WEEKLY STATESMAN JTSLHttF-D BY -JOB CAXDVrU. - JOitH. WAI.XR THURSDAY APRIL 2 1S74 TUB CIIILO OF fcAUTH. i Fa!nter her i'ow f t p fall from r'ny to day L-eaib hand U huavy on her d a-xcnniji brow; Tec doth o fondly cling to earrn. and sy "I am content to d!& hat. uti! not now! ' Nt h:i the hloswiu of lh Joyous pring Ifike the wirra air each luxury to breathe; Not wtiisth bird urli lay of gl.tdiiea lng: Not while bright Cower around toy footstep WTrth fipar tM.fwilfiflJ lift rp my drooping brow! 1 aia content to die but oh! not Dow!'7 Trfprin? bath r!poed Info summer-time Tb seuon Viewless boundary la psat; Tke yloriou tun hath reached bia burning prime; CUI fciast this of tummy be th Uatf n rot pn-u wfciis e ar Uivl and lea V. f..rr.uupi tbs lord of light move on; 27 or v.'iiii liie tnunaar of tbs xaouniain bee isreet my dull car with mm-ic to it tune! pais nckne dim tcy eye. and -rloud my brow ; I am content to d out oht ool now !" Bu-rnnU eon ind salaam's soberer hues '1 tt ih...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 April 1874

g m) itr ' . t . .tl . t ! .'..) f. 1 i THE STATESMAN; DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN." Slni'le eoo. rwK mt einie xyr one uiMttb. wr.rTTT.v nTV.roniATrc STATESMAN. PiBrlecrriv. one-veer SO b:iu'i. 4--ipy ix STb Ho rale are . .... 1 so Proclamations. PRDCLA5IATI0X- ' try tfce Cwrar T the itoU fTnc . '-'-I 'nBWAUB.- ' ''""'' To aS t tmm rtieee prCMVtt aha!) oMr WWtM Jt fc tn vUt kDon to me that on tfce twea- ' ry;;:!l iur if Jmuutt A. D. 1S74. tr fuvm ; t a L ". -i. t " omtr la ali8tl 4 I"raa cm r V HiL'rmia did mordc and rub - " fAl hic'K it!NX. ei.d wh.-reae laid Aj.dretr 81af i; iwtrwTr:.fe'lI;i:h8nlriihOoTenrfwul;h8ut virtue the autbantr veeled in me by the '-- ikiarUtunoaaixl Uwt of tide btate do berehy offer i f. rvwardof two htituired and Aiiy dollar for tk arrt . 4 end dflirwjr of tte d Andr d fcticiltield to tr.e bnfl' or Kftiii f'Minty iuie tLe Jt ti'xr of aid county. . i tU u-.iiui.iuT a iVretit I tie SareuJto ifnJ i.k-' " -. "'7 rurne and ra-1 the freat . a-al of f SMUJ H.e Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 April 1874

mnr I u 1 u 1 1 i jonara Wiui inrnsDAY ArrjL 9 i$7 IJI.TIICRA.TIO.N vrno - is SPONSIBLE! NOW BE In a former article ire attempted to show who would b held responsible for a failure to torn the vat tide of immigration into Texas. Now we propose to continue the investigation to that there may be no mis- take about it. That it is a subject of rut importance to the State there can be no doubt. Eat M assertion may not be strong enough to excite a proper investigation ire will give the opinions of one at least who is recognized a sound and true to the best interests of Texas. And we would moat earnestly ask the members of the Legisia- lature to give heed to the facts. It will not do for a false theory of economy to preTent the members from coming up boldly to the work. If any one should feel unwilling to do what reason and the best interests of the State demand because he is afraid that he might be considered extravagant then it would be well for such an one tore- sign his place and permi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 April 1874

o r r 1 1 v 33 1 WfiEffl:lATEE0i AX7C7XT7f THURSDAY APRIL . 1873 Local Hatters. ExJoveksor FTOcxnAUt Is in tlie citjaad is stopping at the Avenue lloteL He U one of the la and aMe-t men of Western 'l exaa. Buemoxd & Co. 'a bank on the corner of Um alley anl Pecan Kreot U nearly completed and will be a beautiful bulk! in g. Ia digging tne ditch to lay down the gas pir oa the Avenue Just below Defa liTery stable a tress tell stream ef water waa struck not over wv feet below tag lurfac. V"e are pleased to aee Senator Davenport ia LU seat wko baa just returned from a brief vitit to hi bom ia Helton. .. lie reports all quiet and prosperous amen 5 bis people. ! Tirc .contractors were busy laying down tbe nutln pipes on Congress arenue Yednesday and we are assured It will not bo long before Austin baa an abundance of as wbkb can be utilized. Tbe inutility sort baa beea plenty for some time.. We bad neglected to notice tbe arrival ia our city of Col Joba E. Norria tbe newly appointed re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 April 1874

t 1 1 CTMtnT.OTM inCR5I).VY ..' ."APRIL 1874 THE I-IK 'fALKIT.' " " '" r.smn nrin h5c-tci-7- - ' . In my Lord fair earthly Klrr-Iorri ! Tti-re are tklf-t . an tianrlred tmi i And He rave me mine in Mi roodc-. . ilor prtxuotA IU jswel or jo.d. ' nirn l;tt!by Htt taf maTori-J " Thu ul4l t m ffTrn lu Die " ' SOTO CWIM (4W( ttl CUd f HWBSBre 1 SulDeca.'ua to ...leu kud toe. - - : ' - - . .. . .... . . Tri-? were voice ta lo hl per ' r . 1 kalaL.Jtr.1 . ia l-H.')ya - "I There .re toi of a p: i'ie pr .hetiC i s A ad Wtfriia of exuitiar praikw. - - J - ""' ' " - ' lint heedlcs alike of the score. -r . J ortiie marmar of hopeirtdof cheer; -"-' ij"v my oal toniy parpone ? - . T --.: ih t aj- o my ii-rt tcUh dear.. j - . 1 - . - - -f.. J; 11 I remernbersd the slothful servant 1 i J. la tin' Scriptural etory old r tP'OUi.'ht of the buried napkin - " .' . Tue tnareof ixidden void. ' ' -! " And then of mr Lord'i rt'tantins f the plory that la to be 1 i 1 And ttwr tame the wet-t of Icaowlcdge So ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 April 1874

TIIE STATESMAN. " i n THE STATESMAN. ; DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. fin ! Cnnr one rear O fui.'l Copy tlx montha.. tK fciui'le uiu. one muuth ......... .. WEEKLY DEMOCUATIC STATESMAN Mn'le cotrr. one rear t? blnirle o)y ix nvonth u tTTlie alove rate are I - Proclamations. j PROCLAMATION llf the Governor of (he Slate of Texas. 1250 HKU'iBD Ta .11 to whom tht preaenta hall com: Wbf-reaa It beea m4 known to me (hit on the tirra-ty-aixth da of January. A. I. 174. nemr Puwera Cbtrl. In eonrtr " 'aid State of Tex a one A.NUHEW r-Uerr-liLU did murder and rub one PA THICK VliN and wtaeri-ae aaid Andrew Shu Held ia 'Hi at large atia a rugiuve rroia luaiire. Nw. therefore- IKk'hardCokUoeriHJrof the State of TexM.riy irtne of Ue autUwntT vetted In tue by Lite t oumi uiUU and law or tliia mate do brreby otfvr rtwvo or two bunared and arty dullani for the arrest and delivery of the Mid Auilri-U btiomeidtotbe alien H. of rail county IntiUe the lall dMr of .aid count t. lo trrtlmniiT w hereof I ajY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 April 1874

WEEKLY STATESMAN rCBLKHED BT I H!f C4SOWIU. joszth un ATTOTIK' 1 IILT.SDAY. AJTJL 16V 1S74 Supplement for Proceedings of (be Legislature etc. -rnraiDEXT ponorfK teh.tioxly- Tlli: I It 0 POSED A.VIESDJtIET TO THE COSSTITITIOX. Justrnow a great deal of interest if takn in the proposed amendment to the Consti tution of the United States prohibiting nj man from serving for a longer period than four years. And La this connection we may be permitted to premise by saying that there is an amount of ignorance of the provisions of the Constitutioa vhich is truly surpris ing and lamentable. There are apparently well informed men who ought to know bctter.'wlio believe that a President is per- mitted by expres. provision to hold the office for two terms or eight years and no longer. The consequence is that in discussing the probability of Gen. Grant being an aspirant for another term they say that 1$ cannot hold the. ofiico if elected I Now if -the very liberties of the people were not in- volve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 April 1874

r n Din ill. 1! THURSDAY.. APKIL 1G 1873 Local Matters. Ice two cents a pound. Galvkstox has Antoine Gobar. a centenarian ; by name. IIox. Jons. T. Bradv is in the city and stopping at the Avenue Hotel The traveling public w ill please observe the card of the Exchange Hotel Houston Messrs. Dclesdernier & Holbeck proprietors. Is the Twelfth Legislature the password was " Have you seen Crosby ? In the Four- teenth "Has 31 oody been heard?" We heard one member of the House char- acterize another as a gas bag in debate Satur- day. The reason some men are not pas bags is that they are constantly blowing off. ' Piton.yiLT the largest crowd of people ever collected together in Austin were on the Ave- nue Friday nigHt to witness the procession. The number U variously estimated at from NXKlto 12000. Gas pipes are Wing rapidly put down on East Pecan street. Indeed our neighbors on that street are noted for their enterprise. a It is the only locality in the city where the streets arc water...

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