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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 February 1878

Hi ■Hg|¡ ® I Wm i§¡ i' iggiif Federal tax ol tea stioQ of the State m favor throughout will constitute port of of the remonetizationists We Senator Eatler, of Soatb of this measure of the system We can conceive of would be of greater to the trade and industries cf this d cUj. > free -banking Uw of LouUiana is, ps. one of the l*st and safest ever 1, and, were the Federal tax on bank circulation repealed, under our existing free banks, and would be very aoon estab- wouid give a wonderful impulse mercantile, manufacturing and immense business of up by A very ioadc- tal. The need of cap- money, it is generally one of the obstacles to our prosperity. The re-estab- of the circulation of the Tree go largely to supply this de- the Louisiana law State bonds and consoli- dated boads of the city were required to be deposited with the Auditor as a security for the circulation of the banks, and we believe that no lo was ever sus- by tbo holders of the notes free banks' which flour- in tte day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 February 1878

m ff^psfg - . ' Defenders. ' 24.—Ia tke House of a resolution was iotro- ; the course of Massachn- i defending the honor of i the attacks of the Sen- 5 in the National Senate. 4. *•:/. Sllrer. /Conk., Jannary 24,-rThe J passed anti-Bland and pro i resolutions. Failures. ;;SS-r;- £ « j New Yobk, January 24.—Dótenle & Co., one of the oldest honaes in tbe mm shipping bnsineas, made yesterday. liabilities t Carr,manufacturer of iron pipes, faled to-day. Liabilities $50,000. number of petitions were pre- in tbe Senate during the morning ir from all parts of the country,favor- ■ the appointment of a commission of conccrning the alcoholic liquor AH referred to Committee on Inance. H®i?sk—'The House continues the con- sideration of tbe steamboat hill. The Committee on flections continued hearing Prescott on behalf of Raincy. Fvrty-fltth Congress. January 25.—House In committee of the whole to-day the hill extending the time for the with- drawal of distilled spirits from bond until July ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 February 1878

asi $2 50 * 12 MO. It 00 10 00 20 00 i00 31 for first insertion next to insertion.; * ** Any — 11 11131 VOLUME XXIX.} ';•■*. 7"í: rt^f&:'és0 ®32& •• WASHIN8T8N niHEHAL ato ruptial pageahtht—1the 'STIN, TEXAS, I From our Begrular Correspondent.] Washington, January 26. been, ia some respects, i we have beheld the imposing obsequies of one Catholic king; and the celebration ot the nuptials of another; while in the MM >7 inter- esting entertainment of Senator Blaine in. his great role of Hercules _furen.i, pitch- ing into Boston, Plji "* " everything else that is the enervated conceit of the old Bay to something like resistance, had been supposed that only, to i addressed to this written in ink anden one side Duplication '■ «J01IK D. ELLIOTT > their C CONTENTION. '« i: Austin State Gazette, anticipating with considerable " previousness " that the State Democratic Convention is to meet in that city, wants a very lidited delegation from each district, alleging that there ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 February 1878

wmm mamÉmmmm IÜP ■I -. ■■ FEBRUABY 9. 1877. Mr. February 4.—Ex Gov- 7ella «u brought to the city by ; train of the New Orleans railroad. His bonds are ; $30,000, and the sheriff iaautho- l to accept them if good and aol- ~ i are offered. Up to this hour they have not been giTen, ells is still in prison. February 4. •?-. Among Mbtrodoced to-day was one by of Alabama, authorizing of Agriculture to ap- a commission consisting of three scientific agriculturalists, ooe each from and Texas^whose it shall be to Inquire into the^rigin, and best meant of destroying the army worm. Paris, February 4.-A telegram dated á, China, February 3, published that an asylum for children at the city of Tene- Over 3000 persons are stated ; burned in the Are. re, February 4.—The Russian j representative, M. Japin, has notice of the conclusion of the ar- ! to the Prince of Montenegroand requested him to soapeod hostilities. Effect of Thursday's Stem. .2£ : NivYobk, February 4. —Over $250,- 000 damage was doa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 February 1878

Bpsi -. mmm ■ - ■ ' -w.- Pl^rallÉIraÉl P; ÍS| 'vf v ri«K ͧ*ÉI!||b f$ fp . : : . •:. . •. ;S" ^- S'li • % ^SliflS SSSíftS es&mZZM SATURDAY, '-r .time for the peo, to understand a roan who is worthy to !>e Governor not seek the governorship with any than to serve the people in position to the best ol Ma ability to a nuut the end of his term, is worthy to be tor will rely npon carry hira to the Senate to set there by sneaku SUte SIS ¿■í*1 tUtd Hanffih ), ;ngers from the West have bad a novel experience during the past few [From Memphis Avalanche.] Yesterday Mr. Tom Cole was tried be- Elliott for the killing of which occurred December ing the pat office in the a st lBsh iiiid tortuous am— .—Galveston News. Wad* Hampton has illustrated this lofty sentiment by a refusal to allow the ase of his name for election to the United States Senate, bo long as he is Governor of Carolina. Robert J; Walkkr, of Misensippi, had never held an office in his life until elected to the United States...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 February 1878

•> a* ISP " - l , : tion that the . jg* ■ s ■* *«*■ %as< The Southern shortest road to be able to carry the P&lfiM to JHB íi^itterwoaW I *k« ^ Paris, Feb. 2.—A. telegram from Cairo announced the Grand Vizier ot Í- Tnrkey has teléíjraphed to the Khedive that á protocol of armistioc is ready for the RigQatsre. The fc'uHau telegraphed to tl^eCz'ir accepting peacc conditions and asking the Czar to stop the advance of the Russian tnops. The Czar re- plied he was about to give orders to that cffect. • •• <•" • other medicine in the world was ' "ven such a test of Its curative 's German Syrnp. In ears, two million four hundred id smalf botltes of this medicine attributed />•&? of charge by drug- in this country to those afflicted consumption,,asthma, croup, severe * s; pneumonia and other diseases of X and luog9, "gmng the Amen e undeniable proof that Ger- man Swup will cure them. The result báa been that dlúggists in every town rlllagé ín the United States are MB-T' •....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 23 February 1878

- ——— v.V • -g lü SUN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1878. {NUMBER 16. at. discount.' nr lesa, one square. ■ Beading matter n localoolumn, 30 oeoU marline. patmxht qdartkri.y hf advakob. to out magnanimity, «a well at patriotism, for nee of peace and the avoid- war. In order to maintain pa- latioiifciBEjri basis, I propose r deUrauon and maintainance law between the Rio Grande i riv«*8, f*tathe Golf of ^lexicCttniilTcom- ak>ng the border ts at- Remars—The outlaws, thieyea and robbers who infest the Texas mar- " the Rio Graade combine ire- with confederates from Mex and embarasa mili procesa by every possible Martial law ia necessary to re- offloe, in ugt be written In only, toindure their publication. JOHN D. ELLIOTT THROCKMORTON'S VIEWS. The Dallas Commercial publishes this cr from ex-tJovemor Thb&ckmohton : >rait Sib—In answer to yours of the m inst&ut I have to say that 1 for and advocated the reraoa- of silver; to repeal the Resnmp- Act, and to make greenbacks (U. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 23 February 1878

wmg ~ K, mm February 20.—Senate "■ " e consider Hamlin £ ami for PraKiM as amend- . : j; - pfDViulfig The indications are that the reach the President Thursday. will BUSINE TTill Sol Interfere. Wajsiihsgto^ February 19.— Repre- sentative Ellis states that in a protracted interview with President Huyes last received answer that the ad- ministration nad never contemplated in- terference by the United States courts,or otherwise, with tti'e action of the coarta OÍ the State government of Louisiana, and that while he regretted the prosecution of Anderson and Wells, it would not alter his course toward the State or peo- ple of Louisiana. It was a matter which involved tbeir honor, and he tinsted to their heno . Ellis also stated that he * fully informed the President of the con- dition of affairs ia Louisiana, and cor- rases | sod Repro- of the may send and the mail #11 written ui«¡cations not exceed- as to the pro- privilege toby a vote to 31. The bill was then read the time and passed. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 23 February 1878

re-pnblishes Hamilton Herald as follows: We think we represent the people of this entire section ate when we express our hope ■fir State Convention toward keeping Groos in the ime filling. Doubtless estimable gentlemen, and it against tbem j individuals bat ii that we now speak. The Pil I it* credit be it aaidt of Eqoiiintins the State a liatof alt iands situated in their respective «coun- ties, which had not been rendered fear taxation since 1870. A. eompl! Darden, and a coase- with his plain duty, 'wonkl have been the most just action which could have been taken. Already eighteen months have ffipped by, bat the lists have not been famished And we think we speak the sentiments of the Democracy of the State in ex- pressing its approval of Col. Dardbh Comptroller ol the State. The act of the negro 'Z of without expression of dissent or disgust have witnessed the reception by th« American Congress of a painting repre- se! of lawlessness, but we are which, may not be to y a cowardly to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 23 February 1878

. ■ j J. •' ■ medicine in the world was éjfcer given such a test of its curative ~ " 'ities as Roschee's German Syrup. lit years, two millioa four bundrwP , ....... ... and small bottles of this medicine ** 1 £ i QI|Íf|^ ARI F EVEVT * were distributed free of charge by Arug- ** *" * I fron- tbe *--v^ v JI.^UUUUU yfW Vf VJ " D t in this country to thaee afflicted | with consumption, asthma, croup, severe cuughs, pneumonia and other diseases of the throat and luDgs, giving the Aiuen can people Undeniable proof that Ger- man Syrup wilt care them. The result has been that druggists in every town and village in the United States aie recommend tag it to their customers. Go your druggist, and ask what they know about it. Sample bottles ten cents. Regular size seventy-five cents. Three will relieve any case. deSStojan — *. 8 ÍKJUNCTION! t the ' in strong bill. generally that on od fin injunction Court ot Common Pleats for tlie City and ooun- ty of New York, against- a person styjinsr her- s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 April 1878

■BHHMh | Sil •;' ■ X- m 'ggsSjfrz ' . - -., •--; - -• - ■ PfSl W¿ s gá % ' 1¡as?BS&?-SÉ —-— ;Hfs ■ 1. ■■;- APRIL 13, 1878. ¡pS^IP^ÉlPi {.NUMBER 30. = i?*-; v -' ' . iso | i iipr SEíjE rto tu* ene eidt- D. KLLIOTT its exist- it, assume it to be no worse than People of this class, however, to unmask their animas by the aecreáoa of Mexico- effective remedy—would throw i weight of power on the side of the I South, There is the rub; this the wool J that would blind our government to its ; duty—the protection of our citizens ■ lives and property; this the fcypo- al care that conceals the traitor. mM : ? "Wtyr was tie sun dis raorningT'asks Rev. Mr. Jasper of Virginia. '-Why, dat side o' my house. Wbar is it now? Why, dis side o' mj honse; darfur de sun niust ha* gut roun' it, an' it couldn't do dat standin' still. Wherfur, de Bun moves, sab!" ; S The death of Mr. Leonard of Louis- iana, and the ousting of Field, of Massa- chusetts, a Democrat taking hia place, increases the Democratic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 April 1878

Sii^ipSS i üüi •v-'- —Wfe ü - presiding, has ^ Though tha grand bills for murder, " r, sixty bills for theft, Eli/ario be made and aowledged'by all i crimináis are half of ■■■■■■■ t of Chi Up* to this date the Mexican has not paid the slightest the requisitions presented by r, the extraditing agent, that it ever will. Wrecked. April 8.-The april New York for Cedar Keys, ¡ sixty miles south of St. An- on the third instant. No Urea was the steamer that was to commission to Havana, will take another steamer at Keys. It is thought the Argos i saved. rinm Fired by an Inmate. f, N. Y., April 8. —The ia- liDg, connected with the Steu- ben county poor-house, was fired to-day by a lunatic who, with tourteen others, was burned to death. * The iron gratings to the windows prevented the escape of the victims. There were sixty or seventy inmates in the building. The details are blood-curdling. One man was badly injured. Over forty were nscned and several escaped. The scene presented by the charr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 April 1878

m m tm : - •r mmmm MP ¡91 ■ü HUBBAKD. i W. Field, of Georgia, i chosen by a Democratic caucus of the Douse and elected door-keeper yes- A Yermonter, Justice E. Colburn, has been nominated for Consul General of the City of Mexico. It would have looked better in the President to bare chosen a Western or Southern mao, sup- posed to know something ot Mexican affairs and Western and Southern inter. _ in reply to the of the Austin Gazette that is the curse of the country, don't pay the cost of production," saya "that is all bosh." Texas produces an nually 700,000 bales of cotton, worth $35,000,000, and this amount of money is turned loose to pay for di groceries, whisky, tobacco and the thou- sands of other articles of luxury and task so difficult to accompli* «.nmnwl "Tafco it is astonishing thatany Wi necessity that are required. "Take away rotton, and in a year hence the only way we contd keep a dollar in Texas would be to fasten It to * log chain locked around an iron post.—Hrea- ham ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 April 1878

-■ " ¡ ; :• : ,' r i Wti ¿i >AY,: : : : •-Tri^V pí^SÉjS ÍV"¿> ■¿mi Vxzbha, April 4.-Eren the nn-nü- rcoua approval ol the Austrian papers of ,'s circular is but a faint effect upon public opinion. ( of last week show 53,000 sick ifctOM. to the Tagblatt from *?Bu38ia'i answer will con dispatch point by will declare that the aim of p :''-r-Í- i 4-—The direc- bas practicanj i the hands of General Igna- %. ph . to purchase war ma not consider Lord Salts- an ultimatum, all its prop- negative. England may suggest STtne solution of argned that if tho Eng - liy desire it, a pacific so- d. The public, how- the circular as new proof that England has decided apon w*r. Athens, April 4.— Lord Salisbury's r has aroused enthusiasm here April 4.—The Fanwulla believes ambassador is actively urg- ing the"Italian government to assume an attitude favorable to Englaud. A Banker Absconds. Crockett, April 4.—Crockett is now in a general commotion. John Howard, of the banking- firm of G. W. Roberts &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 27 April 1878

mm ÉgJ - 4 co Si? mm % 1U « IS 13 00 viubt. ■«own. Seven 3 M. t 7 50 at oo 25 00 dew 35 00 40 00. 53 00 75 00 **P- $12 00 18 00 25 00 30 00 36 <16 40 00 45 00 70 00 80 QO is mo. * 3L 40 os 46 00 : 56 •:s * 00 105 00 $# 00 t liaes) <1 for ttrst innornon nt Insertion. - >' t to reading matter, _ and ly combined, 25 per cent discount. Eight * Reading matter n loca!column, 90 cent* f rline. PA*MKT QUART*Ri.Y I* ADVANCE. jHOTtCR—A ^oommunl<gitlona _gliould.be 3T"All communications addressed to this office, must be written In Ink and en one aide onli. to insure f" ' ~fn " " - - •-' _ ■ Convention. .April 22,1s7s. > the Democrat# of Tnwis County: A contention of th« Democracy of Travis county is iieruby citied to meat at Anstin on the first Saturday {being the first day) in June 1 ST*. far thr purpose of appointing d> legatee to the dtaie Democratic Convention, which is to a-«etfibl- In said ciwv o' Austin on the 17th day of July, 1873, an i to do sueh other th n*s as the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 27 April 1878

= — a&smsmSki 187S. of the fr. William Orton, i Union m¿mJM and Albert IleradOD, with the train robbery at have been arrested within ten Dallas by the State troops and i jail. April 22.—The Times' cor- ; says that the r better aor the sole of affairs The course it more and meant to to Congress, as to and the i pending on^ If the feet beyond the Darda- Stiil, as Beaaika Bay is only aboot half an hour's sail from Stamboul, while Adrianople is at least a three days' forced march distant, the Russians thought they would be placid.' The Cronstadt Messenger announces that the equipment of tbe Russian Baltic fleet is proceeding with all haste. It will go to sea as soon aa the ice breaks. It consists of seven vessels, including Peter the Great, oce of the moat powerful, ves- sels of the Russian iron-clad navy. The Peter the Great is a mustie double-tur- ret ship, of 9510 tons burden. She car- ries four thirty-five ton guns, and her armor thickness at the water's edge ia thirteen to four...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 27 April 1878

¡SIS Wm " i. * kM WmfMM - __ KÜ^S CülBEBSO* writes protect We bow have there is more security i for many years, averted a war, and secured all to ask. Our State ought to í iu frontier troops as there is no u«;wssity for them. It is the doty of the government to protect our border, and we think ample means are now afforded, and therefore the expense of State troops ought not to be kept up. There are pol- itics in it, however, and we cannot fore- Jteli when the State will be relieved of - this half a million of dollars of expense annually. Certainly not until we have a Legislature that will take the responsi- bility. We clip the above from the Dallas Commercial. If genuine the letter is not very creditable to one of Col. Cci.ber- soh's brains. It would have been better for him to have furnished some rational excuse for the iailure of the Texas dele- gation to procure tfie refunding of the million and a half of dollars expended bv Texas in frontier Indian defeusi-, rather than to talk ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 27 April 1878

^ .y . .••'•. • • • ■; . ■i ,27, 187S, to man's' «* — , The Centralia (HI.) Sentinel contains a He i wt 18.—The threatened i bankrupt law has stimulat- An onnsanlly large nnm- have been presented to ber of ] laHHMMI -nr-. Washington, April 18.—senate-The went to the calendar and passed unimportant bills, when Senator of Georgia, moved to suspend the pending and all prior orders and : np House bill to prevent the intro- * n of contagious or infections dis- i into the United States. Agreed to, the bill was passed without discus- It prohibits any vessel or vehicle coming from any foreign port or country ' where any contagious or infectious dis- ease may exist from entering any port of the United States or passing the boun- dary line between the United States into or through the jurisdiction of which said vessel or vehicle may pass. It further provides that the consular officers of the - United States shall report to the super- vising surgeon general of the marine hos- pital service the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 11 May 1878

1 ■. J * mm? :¡ - to her i i- P'j •.• f this - • ' Ú*r ion the of piety «ad kindness about her , amidst the gloomy «uevtr rail iiODiaiW^- i bankrupt law xe ETC. PORKVGN. who only kills a and gives the poor the ew about "mod _ ; ¡(«odd melt with 'fervent heat," was published in 1448, in 1641, and has often aii .1 AHwmp8, "Florida sensation," as it in here in official circieg, or, la other the confessions of TtfoTJ. , Deams, * at. who ware members of the Florida greater part ot the' public attention here, „afl no m elsewhere. Whether these coafes- waa no mer ¿ow-beteaei -i * ilttle consequeocesow, except as show- ing the character of the men whose per- formances the country watched with breathless interest in the winter of '76-7? and nearly went to war Overt and as •bowing also the enormous importance ,of arranging some plain mode of decid- ing d¡spates at the count in Washington bel ore another election. We are in the aaoond year of Mr. Hayes5 term, ana Congress la near adjournment, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 11 May 1878

ff T Clerk C.C.T. C, .'c. ','''" •..,... . water and to limo grouad or rice flour to a thin piste; the salt and e slacked lime and five water to the whole stirring it all well together. Cover up closely to keep out dirt and let it stand a few days before using, salt, glue and rice should all be Rred by the time the lime is I, so that all may be stirred in i Neil), j. p. c brown n< '.about t with gjgSij BKO Clerk C..C, T. either should i be found w&nt- of her brain and the £30. Ifc cbiimed 55,- of that State, «y8 in the canvass. mads recorder of the Foiian leader, ia or- l equipping'a Fenian force ' Canada, should war ; 100,000 men, srtned would be ready unrooted the Pea- froiB Alex- with the (oororaasD.) I to tbe Admiral UT— «i flluwmi „ alia is expected at Pert nt&fttion ia creating : in Egypt. Itiagenor- the arrangements are coa- >land tfeetroope there. Rmanicipal paint, whitewash, must be put on as hot as possibie. Set the pail containing the wash inte a lar- ger on...

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