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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 11 May 1878

! is evidently a con- to disrupt the t tbroogh this Trojan ita leadership to It says: of February last Mr. wrote to a gentleman la romiuent green backer,; in s expressed the strongest graefe- * * ofthtótofc- • great quan- * was washed followed (fish were waa cat into the opening it seems there wm a post- script, in which Mr. Throckmorton d«~ ' to know the address of the p«si- oí all the greenback clubs in the aa be wished to consult with them rntng the strength of their respec- clubs and the prospects of the of the movement. We did not the letter, but we are told this post- was attached to it. r death In corroboration of this it may be ture stated that a prominent greenbacker of reported indemnify persons and to aboliafe of i Cincin- i are du- ll. high life, of Oregon, has " «ge, bat, for development of bust s years. For ~ youth named treasury depart- to her, went with and Austin is corresponding with Tbbocx- mobtox, and some time since informed as that he had kept him advised of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 11 May 1878

7. \ over his Furnishing **D Let the praning- f the de* . vines wifcl or ,"lettuce or thus give IÍBBI |É® I \ \ mmmm VARIETY ¿ OF * HOUSE-FURNISHING and ÜS esa bay Mw- CaroUaaS at the aril dlj the Austin lee . as to deliver the Excel cold during the ta~ aplStf for or will take malea, four- we vitt pay account from !*Co., r Dealers, sear Central Depot. •pl7lw '■ «•« .—lbs. Hnberlch is spring stock, bfce has of bata, flowers, lace goods, j, etc., jwrt received. Her and all ladies are invited to t, from ti N of his vigor to his for the sevére s A report made at the recent meet- ing of the National Piscicultura! Association, says that the estimated value of the oyster trade of the ifhole [be country is $00,000,000 ALL AT VERY LOW PRICES, W} GOODS. 8 1,500 vessels are employed on the cod fisheries, and the proceeds there- of in 1875 were §4,825,000. In 1877 there were obtained 1,295,248 half gallons of sperm oil, valued at $1,462,630, and whale oil, 856,516 illons, valued at $445,388. en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 18 May 1878

is, m HOOK ASD LADDER PAHY HO. 2. HOPE Labor party," In ww of the slothful manifested ia the organisation of. the ! party of Teia , when within two or three weeks of the meeting of county conventions, and two short months of the State Convention, the in- quiry arises whether this is not in part attributable to the numberless candidate* and this, ond co adopted m the Iowa ,ao cents t IS tMUna. —— to . ELLIOTT Ion. • , April 28, 1878. of Tiraria KM ^ntioofwhich is .. o' austin on the 17th i utdomfeh other things " i county in convention Jue to be neee-a^ry or are re- i the sev- delegaies " r day. no M . i County, the present be a eandi- IXmven- i of Attorney — Texas a Here are some of its I Nueces rivera, instructed, the cane that would F sugar to the aeré, lotber . •• ;• , Vice President of 1 this order of the the the * pain*d to .. i and, employee of demise tbia I i r. c. to H for Hng ive sup- ated who I with honesty iiled a man to of- rd E. Hubbard. to which of the death of is true...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 18 May 1878

^SHBÉfc^v^S .; - ■> " * . .y ' • : : ^ !■'■:■ ... ; . : i s: M to, IS 8U THE OTA Cumtúbieef Trctvit m& a firm bank ltfcau be i of one or two i to a S WUli atone jog. r&e top e covered with timber fmpporl, i cover all with, about two to keep oat the frost, through which be entered for clean- WiSks" )three Then is to be «ad all will joor > stock be sold > in 1st say •piatf tfie "get for ' out the color, and getting dry and Pbeskefs Autumn Leaves.— carefully, changing papers every day. If this ia not done the absorbed by the paper again taken up by the leaf, it brown. When thoroughly dry, dip in melted parafine. This can be " at a druggist's; 'five cents h will be sufficient. It give a which brings ts it from Another way is to rub beeswax on a medium hot iron and iron the leaves on both sides. Autumn leaves that retain their color best are those which are when frost comes early in ihér. Fkbhs for Adorning and Beau- tifying the Hove. —There is n® that can be so readily ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 18 May 1878

mm ~í?iaSwS® sfi bell and collar ot lost sight of when p. Théy are of the Democracy, harlots and knafes. who depre- l friends and foes. Theae jim-jam charlatans button hard-fisted honest Democrats while watching their opportunity to play their sleight-of-hand. One of these animals in "an otd livery stable in this the penitentiary. The Rone so far as to the platforms of it laboring men Or tuey candi- ere his at the s Democracy. «•«** has kind ! tbe Court t heartily the first to i of la this wat-; ^ ^ should the party s suiting the they wili be dii- íen will be elect- must act most wisely be confessed failures. * * thtt go to a Sta'e con- wisely or the boast- party in Texas may be The party is already cur-tailed by tbe press that is now barking at its heels. Rejecting the "m" m that "masses of the " and we have tbe tribe to which Bat we pass from hyperbole to our The plain English of the threat- is this: "The Democratic State convention mast nominate the men of their choice or we will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 18 May 1878

... . -. ••---•'• í l nmliftklir k.Vú §*• WIWMlT ORTO '.—The Senate House for nU. uatt Pennsyl- U ihaihis •ervioa. i tailing VM- 1 marque priva- the ; nor >~Wt ■ be 1 disci p- ÉT. into i money Russian la there„ e Nsúoaal Central % -rn ií iS preña Ü were ingei t States, corro' ^ of this A mild winter, itious insect pests, .te combined to bring about this result In New England, 4h® spring is three weeks earlier than usual, the hay crop one-third above the average, * ' " *" " are in full blossom, rye was of April, 20 days earlier , and grass is 2 1-2 feet sections. The Hew ¡h crop will be good and crop enormous. Pennsyl- not known such a promis^ : pnng for 20 ynars; but Dela- bas suffered considerably from as has also Virginia, though the rye and wheat look very well In West Virginia. North Caro- lina, Georgia and Alabama, the average of crops is larger and con- dition better than last year, and in some sections better than since tfce opening gf the war. The same is true of the West...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 25 May 1878

mm* —~~—— TEXAS, SÁTÜBDAY, MAY 25, 1878. ==9 — ISCKBS. , tino. 18 MO. 1 Two'..'..*.™'.'.'.'.'.'." *•. • Hve....... áaif ecáümn.!"; Twt .bird eol'rn One column lis 40 «) 53 OU TS uo * 1200 MflO 25 00 30 00 g§ 35 00 ' 40 00 .00 10 00 80 on 125 00 * 25 00 36 001 40 06 4fl 00 j 55 00 00 00 «00 96 00 j 106 001 i 200 00 j -ww of Qcick'b p been filled wi b abuse of Gove Hubbard for the employment of State for the suppression of ctime and rd« for the ap The rangers have come their share of denunciation and of holding soft placea, while sn- jrf |currin2 "Sltller danger, expense nor in- jury, They are pensioned by Hubbard, according to the logic of that scurrilous sheet, for making pleasure trips la the west and playing tbt part of knigbt er- rants on missions of pleasure. It is rep- resented that the treasury is depleted and millions of dollars exi $40,000—the appropriation for the latter, citizens Texas, who regarded their ser- indispensably necessary to pro. tect life and property, have ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 25 May 1878

mm _ e that the thfi WOtAT ■W W M 1812. destroyed 22.—Mr. to < to may colds, half HP tbiS German fur iaiiae- j.revent serious sickness, a emor rhages, Pneu- &tt£g£¡2íí quiet, ttov orameou Hilf i^® " jwo# the cream our taste. When the «ed, add the lemon to the cream, and poor it into a mould. To Make Windsor Soap.-m* a the best white soap as thin as possi- ble; melt it in a stewpan over a slow fire; scent it with oil of carraway, or any other scent; and then pour it into a mould made for that purpose. When it has stood for three or four days in a dry situation cut it into square pieces, and it is fit for"use Mutton Sausages.-Take one pound of underdone leg of oí mutton, six of beef suet, one pint of oys- two anchovies, and some sweet Chop all these ingredients fine and seasen with mace, pepper feii Governor «—* > and salt; add a quarter of a pounc State officers, of grated bread and two well-beaten , mix it well, and pot it. Use rolling into balls a sausage- *nd fry them- s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 25 May 1878

said, mwm Cur- ie German journals sharply ¡ treaty of 8a.ii Stefano, and r A. D. Haynes r. E. L. Drake. Ifc : monthly choice < would be the un's keeping aa- on la In receipt of a copy of the 3gton Past containing a by Llr. D. R. Wal'.ace before the convention of superintendents of insane held la Washington & commends itself, say the Post, ' 'i * ion ofthe community and practical com- unds. ! Umpire states: There has nnusual number of men in Ass- week looking ftke they had i the stomach; but tbey hadn'. P"d °ff in silver, and to avoid the infernal vibrations, held their the region of the abdomen. 15 signatures asking that he to imprisonment for lile. This is the man whose cause is espoused Uy the Galveston Post. Election returns from the recent town elections in Indiana show that the "National" party is already weakening in that State. In Indianapolis, where they polled 8500 votes last year, their vote tell off to 1250 on Tuesday; whilst in Terra Haute, the heretofore strong- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 25 May 1878

an Uiis about the e head fare of Texas, as readiness is otter tfot i Novem- fewpRppMprl and, i nr\n anir- I UVUoptl rote in all the East Feliciana Weaft Feliciana, in November, from the ; for the i Board of that Andenos, the ily and of the and action the choice i was annulled action of i Anderson was in- and encouraged by the assurance 3 Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of of tbe United States; and 1*1 - - - nature'of the evidence upon which are reported to be baaed, and the and position of the per- in" connection with the said frauds make it proper that the aune should be inquired Into, to the end that the nation may be vindi- cated and the truth arto «ch elections be made known; therefor , be it. Boohed, That a select committee, con- 1É of this Home into the alore- la office election fraudulent State, In and Florida, of eleven be Mid aforesaid in and into _ canvass and r&nrn and i said State* of and into all ihe facta which in the judg- ment of asid committee are connected with or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 June 1878

is; 1876. •■•y* ■ I - ■ Efe ; PROTsawoK. 452 00 r. j iSSs® 5! ÜÜWÜ AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, TORNADOES 1ST THE WEST -.rr •*• ' {DUMBER 38 sizable fió yard. A hen unl *1 H M s a ie 25 30 40 CO 1 75 80 2 Another Attempt on ;^v ore. ^ iNew York HtraiJ-l Bat three weebá and a day have elapsed : the futile attempt of the Lei pec so- cialist, Hpedel, to assassinator the agád n as tí 65 and the world congratulations upon bis happy escape had scarcely ceased to pour in, when an- other anadia attempted to carry eht what Hoedél bad failed in. This time, the wretch succeeded in tus? IS MO. t lines" uror nnti 'Ml IB m* (H - atioos should be to "Sdttor State Qasette." . mr All eommnnleatioiw addres*s6 to this JURN II. V.H. m e . obIT'M I <?• .KLUOTT. For Attorney general. BCUe. IPCOBniCK, the present itant attorney General, will be a eandl- before the State Demoonttio tx>ovsa- fer aominaton to the oSoe of ' Comptroller of Public Aceeaats. '• BtMKn, of Brown cooaty, te for nominatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 June 1878

psfcjcpggí 1SSÍÍS¡ ÍP 1 "; * . M - '; ¡¡ 8 -¿ v^SS? ;J';. : ¿ - ♦ •■"."•••,: wm&mM F¿ ws. sesís"-* • KfSSIíft v - -, '•m* ¡Sil h| ;• ,>•;•• ÉP¡¡ J^3gpi=)?- Hf! the Tvvent iáf: m NOVELTIES IS LINGEBXE. For a lady of middle age is a jf laoe, with ioopt of intermixed with flower , the firming a jraff and ending in the back with ribbon bows and end*. In our model the lace was black, rib- bon purple, with lilacs and heartg- for the flowers. It was very A cap for an older lady had corwn of organdie muslin, ur- by a ruche of silk, covered =.... Valenciennes lace; I* a large rosette of silk and lace, with a roae in the centre. A novel collar, large size, u in fichu shape; material, fine linen, trimmed about its edges with Eng- lish embroidery; cufia to match. Another collar, after the, style worn by Cardinal Bichelieu, is of black velvet, lined with white satin. A Venice lace is laid on this velvet and the whole is finished by a crepe liase frill around the throat. A chemisette, whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 June 1878

gggjjpsí IBIS ¿-r SV;,r-r_-.-T.' ; ^iv ':->- I^Sl ■ C' '. '■ '' '\ .■ '. ' -.&■. lll£®S?l 187& Wel- HRkHMMH was as follows: ao where ffl fflwe with a refreshments to lawyer of the s of the Missouri Mmm visit does us is * eur little i ray command, nor people, can fiflly an<l ' *® Iao, friend from nal, generous, extends to you to-day. And as we throw ShtK iha ^te8 °Lom citr 10 y°u' 3, °PeB da we throw oar hearts, J? * welcome to the land of the myrtle and the home ol the rose, where the aifremt sprays are sparkling and the purest air la plsying around the fair blue brow of heaven. It is not to marble mansions with golden salvers served, nor to boards that «roan with luxuries plucked from every clime—it is not to the grand old Mi«is- sppi of the past that we welcome you, ♦k Í13 a *imPle heart-greeting around the humble board, spread with the do- * productions of our own native, generous soil. 7 A,n(i, though our reception is not marked with that grand demonstration ; and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 June 1878

. wm$m , : Í = - JCSI K, 18Í8- *■■ ■"■ *•1 shall make no «ncessaas to mar «banant wbieii has Sor Its f^ect iteuw - oí thelhssBeewtíc fs^. W* xsexnP The Senate wili soon be Bem J crafic, as the Sane now fe; 2 we should j to elect * Frairiáeni, -we can, fflssa ttffiJS id f# L mm All ' traiiun off i It woald • was iairiy elected, fltíH i final asá could not be ■ * Democrats. had * the a jpohlk* e aeuith of -he ¿ go to 3 1 by which tbe vñtt oi been thwarted, to tat weaken it, as it does to see 1 m*5iiig t b sM «sue is oestl paytj. The enough «a rm; ¥«H2 Hiid of 33K* thereof i p?&- of ft{1, |g|Phr has a communication irons OE every t Genera1 Meigs, in which. s to the recent report tí the angthe Q., on • of Confederate jiiistm- places where other Confederate plaintiff and defendant w<ae lawfully married to one amrthar in Oh- city of Austin, 1'nrvis ' • iQst day tet October, 3S I tUt Democrat wfflH ?' to bal d of *®e xo jact -the destruction of The recent tearfttl aeeidtaittB the Cs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 June 1878

HI : | a * y mm ■ ■ «r . ••'< 15555385 ? ■■•■ ■■ POULTRY FLESH. HP -jjWF WEEKLY STATE 6AZETTE l^jf SATURDAY, : : JUNE 22, 1878. J. D. ELLIOTT, : : Prophietok. Te ms of the Stat© Gazette. subscription. ¿ i i DATLT. Id months, city 6 3 •• EKLY-K" . * 8 " S " Payable Jo Advance. ADVERTISING HATES: BULT. 312 00 .. 7 00 .. « 00 .. 3 ro ..3 00 .. 100 iv itm |2m jam ¡5u I ibt . ..... It Ttiumn i cclumn.. tilM t « Í 8 * 10 8 00 6 00 ft on KtOO li 0Ü K 00 ieoo 1* 00 80 00 ♦Q on m Ü 14 30 M 24 j U 38 30 36 « 48 as j 64 40 tie 75 I 100 i IS 30 35 45 56 « 75 86 95 t 30 30 a> 76 85 1C0 200 INCHES. Juo ro—. ren If column.... r( .birds col'i 3 ll. *7 60 13 00 18 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 35 00 40 00 58 00 76 00 8 MO. t 12 00 18 60 25 eo 30 00 35.00 40 00 46 00 70 00 sty oo UK oo 12 MO. < 26 00 36 00 40 00 48 00 5s 00 00 00 88 00 •5 00 106 00 sua oo oo® square (eight Unes) SI for tm insertion cents for each subsequent Insertion f T7 * . r vv«w U4BWMUW ui§iit 4BMor leas, one square. 13J~ Heading...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 June 1878

two or wiil te 6 «t i i (in which fceati- horse and i we do not concur), bloods of the of Gen. L. S. Row, pteh the ¡ate war, and was bim gallant an officer a could be is the ubj. We deem H doe to both at them, without reference to re- sults, that the tribute fee paya to Geueral be given to the public, The Florida investigation shows that the rewarding the instruments of fraud for partisan service waa carried to an alarming extent. Got. Stearns, of Florida,, had a deep ness of the value of first impres siona when he wanted the first retorna read to show that Hayes had carried In that case first impression*, by f liberal application of fraud and per- He is pre-eminenlly a leader of men, and won his "stars and wreath" by per- sonal heroism on the field of battie, at an age that earned for him the sobriquet of "the boy general." He possesses a that bound his men to him lasting personal friendship, as by ita'g hooks of steel, and I venture to assert ¡ that there is aot one of those who f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 June 1878

Pfw® I present leas than Nearly the Stale will cf the cise, i in a number where the Democ- r are hostile to Hcbbabd to require adoption of this rule. In fact, the sentiment exista fa- ; a new man for wilt Insist on its observance. Hot the rule might threaten the in- of the body. While this is to be the f«ct may as well be ac- ia advance. Both the Hra- rand Throckkohton presses have ed a willingness to asee this rale and bnt for the elements we by common consent it be done. Bui in view of its tion it does not follow that one or gubernatorial candi- : receive the nomination^ -1 birds vote. Throckmorton will the convention with a majority the delegates instructed in his r, and of those, not instructed nil, also, probably have a ma- ty. Ilia support will o ive chañe er whic! and a good deal o! the platform now promul a triumph for President after a year's reí of his own party in his own State, at first looked upon it with so much •or,if not disgust have come aroand point of indorsing hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 June 1878

-;;v, v advo-L. Tlic all >w this The fooad so Urge so amount of abeotutely l rich soil as is found in tbit State. What At first my «re product5!Í (Jo to her Golf coast and — will find there sn ares capable of .. so gar equal to the best saga r of the State of Louisiana, an ares ghgllo • galana ""4 a TOnmaga . . cattle íu Amenes. Ü& I to work Hi I W ML .'{Jipan Hitle dtt ~ ..mm ft per by cutting god ig bright straw and bay in eqaal and addisg a ration of potatoes or raw carrots. Is of dolíais ara annually by farmers for the shoeing , withont benefit either to ves or the horses, but only to blacksmiths fact if fa will admit it. npon the farm CV0''w ...."f- winter shoes on the hind feet off in the spring, nothing is needed nntil the return of winter. Th& English Agricultural Gazette i that a game cock was recently for $500, and suggests that in t future the raising of BQcb chick- would prove a very lucrative and to-day she stands third in the d of wool, surpassed only by and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 June 1878

A 5ÍK8I0ÍJ8 The Huntsvllle scorching heat we are experiencing was felt by oar antipodes last winter, while a circle west of these latitudes the ¿«.-.V 2 00 The Dallas Comm !cst. contains ten in a number of that Governor ' temperature is and has been correspond A «oriter HeiWi ál. 'CORJIlfKi ti present ; General. wJU be a candi- ste Democratic UHiren- i to the ofltee of Attorney IN COMMISSI t$$£g The Constitution of this State, Art V., Sec. 12, provides: "All vacancies in State or district of- :es, except members of the Legislature, shall b« fitted, unless otherwise provided fey law, by appointment of the Governor; which appointment, if made during its session,shall be with the advice and con- sent of two-thirds of the Senate present." There is an act of May, 1846, provid- ing that in the event of the death, sick- ness or resignation of the Commissioner of the Land Office, the chief clerk shall continue to perform the duties of the of- RMMMMHi appear|io be & eon the ntsw Constitu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 June 1878

i m , dotted with slip- tour- and "soon to chronicle the new ihades mu stratum u; the are -two to the the oraa- The himself. chain of imitation of |y worn I-— 1 len dress for house wear Ib of the princeas shape, and era- ered all down the iron!; /.and he turned down collar, revere, cuffs Mid pockets. For costume it consists of a sep- cirfc and a very long balf-fit- "... trimmed round with the mnlti-col- The skirt is gen- rimmed" with fiouncioga or , headed with a plain band in the same style- NOTHING TO DO. h "nothing to do," and world before her where , „ averse fall of work to she has of fGtod has these gifts. I to do endoweaHL.„,. _ household duties to ea- s her no cares of any kind. She have no difficulty iu to do; and to secure oceupa- need not go beyond the of l r own city. No woman, -even if she is not a jother, needs lead a useless life. If she has leisure,~ there are countless ways in which it can be spent. There are many benevolent and useful ea- to which she can give her ...

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