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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 May 1866

From Aishbei will be from are at P in editor coir, M, m i( tilth «W UNKMImm IÉJ B BÜa4it aaH5 ,'si r the sníínafotoi ütítrtot. p- r?5Jrí?m#^ ÍÉ&1 lo announce GEQ. W. ¡date to represent fhe din- e counties of Itivli unci Wll- LegisMure. vipPf, • authorized to anoonntie Captain ;iMR, «9 a candidate to repi«*ent: fh tlie nest I-egtslatur*. * are authorized to nnr.ounao A. H' ae a candidate for District Attorney o 1 Judicial District, at tho eusulngclecilon. \ 'Wo aro autborlieil to aenountte W. 0. 10IJÍ8OK, ft" a oÉnáiibtte fbr1 Bistriot Attor- j. I tlfe So6on4¿^tl|to<at. DUtrte, at the ecsutng " Wo are MriftatpÉ to aniicunod JAMES II. % as a eundldato tor District Attorney of the d Judicial Hint riot, at tho tsnsuintf election. BcB^Wo nre authorized to announce 8lía G. • •*' i ara authoilzed to announce 810, ®. —/ a* cundíate ¡for the office of Clorfi of triot Court of Travis County, at 1)19 ensuing We aro anth«r|r.fd to nnnotuioo FRANK N na A. candidate for Clerk of tli-s Dist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 May 1866

mm F/M'A „ ■ M '• 4 i •fi ¥ M ■ ■ T«l- • I V.;iK¿Vv'7 ■BP?. < . 100; -!®B Km tnfelítloo in th 6 W«Wyt ln*t, #1 U); e«cb sub e- A<tverti ll>K Huar^.y. ntr acted for ' the contribution to the Fair, held in Baltimore in *idof the i Relief Fund, was the following BO!¿ for «le Fair, and benevolent Si was written, that vertes of meet the eye, ~ them to our HbnO. i «legend of an mm IfPMfl ary interest, i were built of brick gland before the revo- to the gratification of the ity which distinguished race of men who inhabited them. The war has mado sad havoc with these relics of the past. Many of them have been destroyed utterly; others have been ro disnmutled that the work of re- building ia too costly for the impover- ished ovrera'¡of the soil, and they must stand, at least for a time, monuments of the atrocities which civilized man has folt wan-anted in committing, upon the protext of restoring the rightful author- ity of the government. Amongst those vonorable etfjfices which hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 June 1866

(I SliPaiS 'BM •*** Ml V'"S :Ú'1|jfr • ¡ UBiSin * •' Wis' ¥■■ i W?, Wltb rosy W lklll(f álopy (l«oft 8!><J { % loo . MmJ^^nUu, léél _. With non to low Or o«tro for me, not one, Ah! why Is tble, OGodt ife:J am s¿ tvonry, hosry ana upprMwii, I would unbnrlhen and Ho down to res , |lft quiet *oUtnde, boneath MI «o¿ 4n Heavon, death' refreshing slumber pant, ■ehau X not have my recomponce at Uatl Tiion knoweat. beet, O Goil. CORKESPOXDKNCE. 7 Hnj. A. H. Willie. Iff 5nt ft* we ihded of him, > brt lost. But > has declined in fa- Banton, of Hunts- sly with the reeep- wis county) is nun no choice between these two gentlemen. But as Major Walton lives at Austin, and as he patriotically retired from the candidacy, for District Judge, in favor of Ool. Ireland, in order to make certain the defeat of the Radical candidate, I incline to think him the most eligible man to fill the place of Col. Munson on the Conservative Union ticket, Hesitant as to the assumption of authority in the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 June 1866

true that Mfttmppiw 9BHEIIIL • :■" ;•' •''i "*• '■••••MI-.Pw JONES, M. WALTON, Ü ;1 V<iW ■ - '-■• PSiwfiíp «■íPiWM '4mwkmgími Cwrt, ORE, County WILUJ3, County ORE, nan Co. 15 W SMTTnU:—r: o Count Of Smith County * fit1 ■ *-m «the Con The Texas Radi- cal in their fifth ReBolutiottiiy: ««That we hato un- id coirgdcnce (hat Andnw Johuion on TelU Radíenla. . of the people In Gon- n—= lUed, Win ote to the idlna the xwm lie Of the prcwMit time, and ftf rratorlu* «ho «tutea to theti ooiutltu- tional relations to each other. In luch manner that the ttreat principles of conailtul.lenal liber- ty will be nt. ihn utme time vindicated and The President in his remarks publish ed by us two num bers back, says: '«The principle* of my Restoration Policy are fundamental. No man can approve or mv pol- icy and thai of Cointreau at Iheiauif time. That la lmpo«f*b|e. In Jtew Mampahlre tt waa claimed that both poll* ele were supportf * which, of course, ooul not be; but after the election it was claim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 June 1866

n Al J. V if* >•'■*' t wt if I would not agaiwst the Radical ould bo suppressed} that the cliarffo waf. was true, or for the for the benefit of the cfaultor; but for the tho present incuw- on ' tb# 1 UBI iooN. 0. BREti- ■tsisr •o anreúnen BARN na a candidato for Bherltf or,**- v x mm V r aothnrtznd to,announce Col. ¡ KYLE of Ilsy county, M a amóldate to Tppiwput the piran t.tfl# of Caldwell, Bianoo and ilaysin tho uext Legislature. , . ¡SiSM HP" We a>« authorised to nnnourco .lÜDGK BTIAft. h. feMSSVBLAND.of Mlx rtv oonnty,«. a cundiflnta for Judge of tho Supremo Court. * ITT* We n m authorised«" atino " JtJbfiH J. B HoVABliAND, as aosndldate for Jbpob of the ÍM Judlolnl District at the ensuing oleetlwr, fsA , * JTi" We are; authorised to atinonnce OBOROB J. DURHAM, as a candidato for Btate Treasurer, at the ensuing election. • tóM Vf" «to authorlsertto annenaee LT. COI., M ART. It IÍ0Y8TON, of Washington Oounty, as a candi. such easy towns, to wink at public lefal ' 'e but lit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 June 1866

SMHlHflE M EVERY SATf " *^i^1iiLliiI' Ji i T t - II Oílj I.-For one insertion tu rtlonlntheWeft'lv u #0, e*fh sub e (inuriorly, " lower e sunshine (julvcred Bring pojrtsrs * muslo, i mi there And tu the river« flow of the water. acó depths shl o; cairn and tender Wf, i k iiaWWLfr Myteswarollk' .Tho ¿ follow! arwfs«,í' i the quivering poplars, „ from tho latid; no j'M, that «nade ths btiMhlne ltw' ■ ve'^-ob, the *1 ver I utyflow. 33®.! «nwrkthlt ®scsii o .ring í®r ■■iv7¡ young lííis al- ai pre - tít« mude, he >o%m The tions amuses objtíots Among whteli have business last Friday. é was placed in ■' i'' "'á -¿ í Ú$2&¡? carriage and regular ■p:' ., _JB| Prince, Imy'u.g reeoiv from Sí. &plph.„... L which show consul thsro are three < . surprised those who have seen them; the first is a ataturttto of a lanci>r on horseback, and tho other two bust* of-the Emperor and of M. Monnier. Tlio young Prince has already made himself /«miliar with ail kinds, of gymnastic exercises, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 June 1866

!§§§§|f| |ÍH I mmMt <Ka* r the been to Lira, ISH! mm %nm &8mm ■B {Mil important or" valúa ,rs of an interview residont Johnson at on Thursday last. The President's on , especially with reference to tho 'men, liavo been so wilfully misrep- ted in the Radical press of this , and his general policy towards itLorn States has been exposed to ih unjustifiable perversion, that óhnson's own explanations on both subjects may have soitio weight even with those Who are moat embittered against him. feiS < '¿íviKjf'j The President first adverted to the condition lawhich ho Founnd tbo country on Iiis accession to office, and pointed out that ever siuce that time the Radical party, which now has the control over congress, had been preparing for the is- sue forced upon him. Their object was manifest, and It was one which, from their fepoint of view, they could scarcely bo ifMilamed for pursuing so eagerly. They knew perfectly well that when tho South came back into Congress their day Of p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 June 1866

tí--' ' Ml V Slsqg Mlil *BUfc® to fue I«Sf ¡s wm SI® si® i%i¡l Jh* UomptroUer, ROB$ÜDS, ÍB County. ^••'"íiSSSjfe "•*' ' 1 tíW;'*:"' *■'£<:'*:'■"•?>?• Far Trtaturcr, ¿rjf| {■# MAJ. MART. H. ROYSTON, Of Washington County. For Commissioner General Zand Office, STEPHEN CROSBY, Of Travis County. For Judges of Supreme Court, ¿I GEORGE F. MOORE, Of Travis County. ASA H. WILÍJE, Of Harrison County. RICHARD; COKE, ' Of McLennan Co. GEORGE W. SMITH, . Of Colorado County. S. P. DONLEY, ^ . ■ . , Of Smith Connty. ifl Andrew Johnson on Te*ni Kadlcalii. The Presidont in his remarks publish- ed by us two num- bers back,says: - " Thi> principien of my Reatoralion I'ollcy are The Texas Radi- cals in their fifth 'Resolution "That we have un- abated confldonce that th« wisdom and patriot- bin of the Prteldcnt of the United State and Of the Representatives of the people tn Con- «rem assembled, will prove adequate to the tank of guiding the country safely throuch the perils and difficul- ties o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 June 1866

V a,-'>v i MHRSPHi ♦o TA L th. djm ««te ppjicmii i -4 rSBB&iP l| íiljÉ «tompose 1 °r U.o roundes ".f 'írl^^t&rop' Hays, in the Sonnte of the n«it Ugistatqiw. i I f1 ■ I Mm I eneulKK «1-ctlon asa&aggsaEP®* ^i'xrzr^'iss&A&i General of th. StsU of Tc xa, at the ensuing ei ¿ We «re •uíhwteed to «noonneo M. n district ÍM iflj V7 sra suthorlstd to nnnmme.i OEOTtGE HANCOCK as candidato to reprosont Travis count In the 0M< I^pUlttture. Iwr We aro authorized ® announce Onl. A. B. BlTItLtHON ss « crmdldate to t*pri. «nt the conn- «lei of Travis «tul Williamson In the approaching assslon of the Legislature. VW Wo ar« nathorizct to announce A.' H. WILLIE, of Harr'son oonntr, es a Candidate for Associate rlostloe of the Supreme Court, at the en- suing election. 9CW We are «nthorleed to nnnounce I. M- BLAOKHTIi'LLna oandldn'c to represent Travis oonntv In the next Legislature. « are author!ted toannonnon N. O. BHKL- TiKY,. as candidate for State Senator from the «ramie* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 June 1866

if ¿á%23¡m# •?3Í,*Í WwMt ")y¿' MB' ■ MM HttiÜlf both by Mail & ION.—For «no copy, one year. |S 00, "" "" ~>, and for throe months, |'i 0V, Insertion In tho Weak ly, of ton lío on. (t JO ; fat:li sub«) yuarterly at lOWvt "Conquorad Banner," known in " ttead "Moinn." . Reverle. Thoso hearts of our*-- how strange I bow str«j gti I II.mb th«„ y aura lo ram ble and love to ratigj t ^ KaEttmiíarrA:'-1""" TI * preseat 1*blaifk—aft th«y win# lliolr fHcht To future xoiioaautv , wliero all aeeuis bright. Build them a bright and beautiful home— They'll toou grow weary nod want to roam ; tlnd them a «pot without sorrow or pnln, They may ata* a day, tut they're off again. '■ í " Mil m StS 'Mrri'M /mnnmt#*. mm Thole hearts of onrs-how wl)d I how wild I They're as' hard to lomeas nit Inülun child, & i heart* of ours—haw lone I how lone ( ever forever, they mourn and raoiui; y~MiifeB i iiuw.mor « nj7«r MSSSm tet them revel In joy- ■■ The revelry over—they're all the more drear.' ; t|ieui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 16 June 1866

:V'-TrV ■' mm mMM Siim'- Í®!S|g : ■ 'iiV^S$7W9«™fe: ■P..-JPHW nnenergized, aad future. The .i^PSSP.- , with my fellow tiiiuatlon of defeat as | us it Was possible ; but 1 reaolved to do, a I always batí done, my whole duty to «he country an 1 understood that duty. In assuming the control of the ediwrhd col- umns óf * popular journal among you, until suoh time as the dawn of civil goverment should again appear, I was actuated by no motiyo except a desire to pw r oil U. troubled waters, and to meet by eoncilj the questions of public concern, iri < thia people might be interested. To whet extent I contributed to thia end, you must - mine, S||Ml ■J will not, fellow .citizens, impose upon your intelligence, or your good sense, by canrussiug'for your votes. In the first tJí*c¿, I am not disposed to do so, and, it I were so disposed. It is too much of a tax upon my time and the performance of du- ties which contribute pecuninrlly to ' r eara of a hrge i^a dt ved/as , 8om< ippiipi dne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 16 June 1866

Count i'S-'í I - ' Qip'i A * ■ ■; iW ' McLetma: $¡¡mm ounty. judioial district, W&mm'M ton senator, mgm •~MS= 2CTH distbiot, =5=5 avion atrio*. .—«me «r ¡Dotted Stele* mud r (he Repreaentailves the people ta Con- ■ uwmbM. will e «donante to the at the «aoin ■I ' * ÍtIÍ1S¡^ pan not have for it* object ti gw*^hhhiiiw the nominee of a radical cauco ? And does he not itand out as plainly and a* unq party as any other candidate on the of that anti-whi teman par-^ iOHBML'i-.Jftl.. peat, what was the object of that correspondence'? Was it not to discover whether or pot the sentiments of the two were not identical and equally unobjec- tionable to the radical party 1 Why is it not laid before the people of the Dis- trict who are tbe'interosted parties 1 Is it designed fhat Jndge McGinnis g «hall bushwhack the District, shoestring every question, run on every side of every question, take the political color of every man whom he buttonholes, and, at the same time, receive the vote o£ the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 16 June 1866

SsEbkS^HHI ?* BIH j-" hi«f • *>* w™ mfP$s . authorised to anímn^c GROKttF „ , I A M, * a candidate tor 8i te Treasurer, ; tth* enmlng íl«oUon. v-'ggl T/T.COL, M.á.HT. •H nOYSTOtt of WníhUnrton Oouny «« •dat for T-wmrer <>t th>. «tai , «1 the ensuing •<leH^n~-4'h Mn¡ d*v Ut Jone. ? * I*- W. «re «nthor1* 'd « ennontw A 0. <m<l JtiAMftl Í1« riel, *t tn# ••. ;■■;■ «r W n<-fc enUrr'* * t" an on"cethe nov. JOHV TR*T.AW . ; f Gnadnlnp* Wjr a. «*.*11. dgM- Al' Jonowpf 'be índ Judicial I>¡«trin'. • «■T W r# aíitWsed til annonno JOHV M rORTT.BY, « * CtMidii* to represent Tf vl« •Oosmtyln h« next teeViatnre.'.. KT% m author'**! 'o ttnnfunco OF.O. «V, G|,M 0n0K. 10«• <*;?• H«t «omp'wed of the iínnuttef qf Travis «nd trií-. llkmivv , in the n *tl*(rtf.ta'irf. I(TV. are •>v.-l,<>r1t d.,tr> «"«. « ' Cantatr. JOHN STEtNGTíR. *« **"<|F¡Ut*$«® roprewnt TjwvtR o-ximy to the «t I>irUI tH ; * We ere «aithnrtrpd 'o annnnnc A. II. lit'5 xbjCflWY. ai-aoi'dl *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 16 June 1866

ÍÍ:#I if ■£& ■■ '* ■< , • Sllll . *>■ S. WILLI iffwiR .wnrrs PEk! I" i l afMjtla wind paaeed by, fbing'aoM, «bamaatdlel" •** 22«g ...^jjH||g^| tifytijt u> my ¡m'íiÁ Hato, ho all of ' iwrap P| heap for e . ^MmS,mí. . JH . ull work, In líio nt.üte II: (V.d Ht, >M|É (!*«"* krtv ooMBtíijftríif ÜW* Jy>n«Mn ftuajtu Si f$É .' than be'ore," r v.Jíe trim, i nevar more 1" nfut liétí, ar eorrow, f that he waadeaí. WSme WS^USSBSM «ra refdsod. JOt steffiyss Tiií In tbabeart. porter of the I6rti} «ysí ÜT'"" **¡¡MÉI" Ir"*' JÉl■■ i swoften by ti l|AWlb«Msr « th their relatives and friend 1 until A Wednesday last, ,tber John A. MeKelier¡ who ^•w-a home, attended oniy m 11 , whifcls was very WISS rf. Reaching á slough on s&ett ' I HMjppi, g to croas ; hút finally, éncour , the driver, who had crossed it a day or two before, and who ~ Ua mnt.ltt All Mnlm l nAA (J/^nr. P® " ™ ' J Ku6o PJ jme their fear and ventured in. They had driven bas a little dis- when they went paddenly int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 30 June 1866

' -«féí;v *-> .V í $V*MU;V':> ' ' ■ ' ft/ O "\ /,- • • < mm '.'.' ../.■, : í í'-'ftti' ■ . . ..:. ..,". •-' SÍ;., .>' ,!f.*-ffe$v <£, :;>Í , ; ™ l> .i tulN ¿fe wjKW.j'ttwí ''ú&'frvm*uv-,.• ?¿r-;j'-i ttÉWSWRreSfiW ii)#.tíAifítivá.:^jmHWíí *> •'•■" . .'y f', ■'•••' :'' ••;, v'wini 4'r„ : 'r: , W :' ;" "í; ' (?$>* fe- • ,J'J.aI |j fkfl¡Jtí Í^WK^I^ ' 6® ':'•■• ' ' ¡lia,;', ': '•, . ■zL''- --V-''r"■ ' ■;" •''' anyproposi may be held o their people, z can be ■Of inspiration 1 Admitting, then, this patent fact, — * * itd a prudent maiden act, abject ef proposal ? yeaohed to forty-four, sakj- of rhyme Bay less or more) had d young, the good and bad, ■ngilgl f% ' ft will advise you what to do. ■if oneapprottehe , witliinteni To flatter, fool and c'ueumvont, With honeyed words and muuueta bold, Never mistake the brass for gold, «Give him, forthwith, to understand is not worthy of your liatid, ' , let the rascal lb «o less HHRHPr%wMPi only iri$nt w his dross. len...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 30 June 1866

V im m i & I £5K® ^Spl >■ v.-: to] discussion, room for other mat- s more interesting to J^pur friends to (ncrcftsfi our circu- tcnd tbo sphere of our use- '¡&m |S|f« I . 0. Shelley is fleeted Senator counties of Travis, East rap and Hays/ v fff|%. Geo. Hanncock is elected Representa- tire for this county. Geo. G'asscock for Representative of Travis and Williamson. John Ireland is elected Judge of this District by a largo majority. John B. Rector i elected District-At- torney of this District. Tbe following gentlemen have been officers :• • ■' j rn, District Olcrlcj Wheeler, rk; A. R, Morris, Asse^or tor; James ■smith, County Gordon, County Treasurer; Sheriff. ;— ' : The Paaifth of July. always been in favor of on celebration of this great na- anniversary. The day, when our solemnly declared the!? inde- ence. and pledged thoir "lives, for- tunas mud sacreu honor'>. to maintain it, should ueyer be forgotten. Whatever glory attaches to that memorable decla- ration, arid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 30 June 1866

¡lililí i atronir- " that lifivu etc. w tliat lias carried majority. V". 'Kp'Ú. ' irockmortoii. 499; or—Jones, 670; Lindsay to General — Walton, 455; Binkby, 323. slier— Kobards, 459 ; Sliaw, -Royaton, 291; Durham, ner Land Office-—Crosby. 109; White, 244. . 't—Moore, 462; .} Smith, 360; I «0; Bell, 40fi; 'a Ochiltree, 0. 1,444 j MeGin- 3ne d, 35} Burts, SI; \ i Volley, 383 ; Bowers, Heprtisontfttivo—Hancock, 293; Cost- ley, 154; Raymond, 11; Stringer, 02; Black well, 56 ; Oray, 223 j Moore||2. Representative Travin and Williom*oa ■Bttrlcaon, 329; Glasscock, 240; Tal- ' li' É fi Clerk—Moaely, 459; Brown, Judge—Costa, 77, Carleton, 356. Thomas «7. Jlerk—Wheeler, 386 ; Minor, 17; Piatt, 404. FfiMurér — Gordon;' 340 j 15C; Brown, m&K £ il t and Colleetur—Morris, 502 j- n,m mfflfp! For atnettfltueufcs-—317. ■•< on the ivo gone fan# and arrogated to themselves nation of the purely judicial 'bat constitutes treason. Leg- islativo decisions of such questions have been heretofore reg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 30 June 1866

mm . PITTS & CO. 4 '«*1*!.,. i>-N' <■■■ í i ' ot the c^hoiMst'lv¡nr « auS',l. to wait ou my old dostamerá «Ml lt)« unity. I intend io koep nuno tut austin neat Iluta " nook plwUMUt I jigcr Beer whjiUuuij JttHt fssnffnB v-'iu,!'.. SbESC323 ti"' '■. .<" *wm&. Cotton, Linon and Woolen Uucoh^H not heard from within lou will bo mudo for it juiifltf-Uw tionnl Certitlcute III Gents' and E*mmM A Urge lot of bes* quality toym Imud at reduced i.ncfii. ' „ „ Hi ras ■ -a S. B. It B. A. VANCK. vance burning brow ENGLAND & HANNIG Saddlery, Hardware, 8; -Í JES^¿.ity'Ai1 m ' ' • yh.v¿..y ' IfBIÜIIWIlii I■ i n-ti ! rw. 1 WWWt W ^Ll effikqnff?-mmEMnaiMi , - ||Hll vmmMw rhttt lay And ome dly calls it falls, «m ■ s |l|Spí* ' fori,".' nd I Nit"by\hB6¿i^oUet*' o that di-cked them with flowers then ' f" ' ' ^7^1 ' .'; ,. ' .-V '7' . 'V-: ?i ';"$K ■í«:.-!JJ!"l*ÍiPlV- . .■.;.•■■■ . WÍ-íl Utow Sita Loot * Xliufotnd. A very select party congregated at use of Mrs. Belv¡lie, to celebrate tm...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 July 1866

a well II Xa oq« Aud froit Ilea on Did t )u h ftbd WUbtxantjr, which It Tha volee ot Jhl U >, Rath through IU rlflod eli The (boetly memoriae, that 1 Hop* dying ember out a fading | Vti ootnfort do they brisa font fall there ght In Lewis riiversal sense i settled, PP' And whteper one dread word—that Word !• Death! •(** the New York Evening I'atf. Lawleiini-M ln this State. axiB4o==:r:.M stokm or dwu** oaiaa. The twenty-first Report of the New York Prison Association, which has just ¡ published, oontains some extraor- accounts of lawlessness and crime in thfa State. After showing that through the neglect of the ~ been pi dinar* in this IM i® ie neglect of the officers of the law, crimínala find it easy tp get off, and that •in particular forfeited baifls In the greater number of cases never collected, 6o that ««only twenty-fire per cent, of those utrhv) we.% indicted were tried; eighteen «per cent, were convicted on trial; twen- ty-five per cent, confessed their guilt'; forty-one ...

Publication Title: Weekly State Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 July 1866

to be heli to the Convention, to >bi«S P*., on the 2nd next. ly7, 1866. gift 'mm. Si® ...MM ' V J 0%é#p| wfiSsm í r " • •/ i . t, ■■ , m «1 mm E^^'' í'iro - n w; ' 'Í& i iflMHHg elB fifi a®!® Kjw mmm *^tPa§4 V '' i , 11 ak • ^ ^Wm"' IB S®1 HfRls w£§ P f' ¿: J^wRi1 JHW PP^r- ' J-0\ r feí^ÍSsk',í:"#^'^i;:ÍS ...- "M vJ*V •# H i Osnvtntlon íatloual Üblon Olub of Wi on City have proposed a Convention of * " --rftive Union men of all parties, itain the policy of President John- desirtfe speedy restoration of the lion in its old integrity, with the rights ,11 the States intact, tp be held in the f Philadelphia fpi the *.#>■ ■ ©fc#ji 4' It is of great importance that the th should be represented on that oc- press at Galveston and have recommended a State Con- vention at Navasot^pn the 25th instant far the purposo of consultation and ap- pointment of delegates to ,the National Convention. We most cordially approve of this movement. Let our citizens hold a public meeting and send de...

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