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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 June 1878

mmm ■Hi I - • • pcb- ■ a street to Waco on declines to Instruct i convention. W^ r: I tue State Senate. his recent i O reuse r force of h'a way, JcDfiEii by the ward meelirgs oí San conclude that Bexar county wilt declare fur Mr. Sehtsfaber. The county convention will be held on the f| twenty-ninth. Mb. C. f. Bailey, oí the Itock port Transcript, will be put forward by the of this county fur the State He is a gentle&an ef high char er aud eminently worthy of the posi iow manifest tkat Governo c morton will go into the couyen tion with a considerable majority over competing candidates for Governor, and rill aa certainly be nominated as that light shines. **«. DasíjX Bueeuss writes as from Washington that them is no reliance to be placed on the Feüéral authorities fo frontier protection, anil Texas must look to her own brave arm for the protection of our frontier people. But with Hub- bard in the chair nothing will bo done. • I. N. Humok, advertising agent, 21 Paik Howe, Kew York ...

Publication Title: Weekly State Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 June 1878

: . ■ tfie African ¡ ' storv ■ They 1 ||Faj|rt *11 bin despair. lie says; v ■ we reached the sea we bad ÉjÉjÉ of whom were ht those, mart scarcely describe what 1 was not ignorant of for it affltfeted myself as well, I ÜPH Itíiaatiaíachl that the long trial and strain was but the feelings of indifference to *te that it had engendered was not to be removed at once. rest, the absoluta stilln ■■ .... sighed for. We might bleep am ard dream and sleep again, jfct it „ tliat delicious concioas- ,was worth living or cherish- e all attention from pood med' -J to of the say noln- iBmwímw breed of Despite to form a , above this, however, phalanges The hoof is on Us sole there elevation of curiously ■MM ter- are phal- the other _ iy W* fectly solid, á. broad an- Boston, has mittcweed from 24 of rs; bat iu foimed corn states % is m pro- paper ts r.mnr- of ih* Jkm means of The coloring matter be detected by treating the butter with strong ^alcohol. The point of pure batter is from thirty to thir...

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

- v. i8® r \H%? SNfS ■ i mi mk rtk IN 9 ¿50 - am, 1 « mo. u mo. II u« aa 00 ¡*133 m 126 00 1 25 A) |i 11 • i-í' •' . 13, 1878. STATE NEWS. a eity Cknrth, Sun- March M The East i- cooven- Attoraev lion f ■ Oooe.il. wWrftgy* - 1c wrongs of efforts in of the Communists as i means of propogandism. Thi§ weapon tbeyare g will effect in every large city in ntry,and in such a way aá to have iity for ibaLr repression. Un- fortunately this monster of foreign impor- tation was introduced at that particular time when want and misery dethroned the cool reasoning powers of their vic- tima, at a time when thousands opon thousands of loving fathers, distracted by theories of their hungry children, were ready to accept death as an alternative for a condition for which no immediate remedy was proposed. To draw this dis- tracted element within the inflaming in- fluence of its besom is a feat the Com- mune has undertaken to accomplish by pen, keeping the torch «ad halter out of sight unt|l such time as...

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

placed on and due* di et«¡ with St, ! S. The c its stagnation. BtiriKi íHÜS who were oen- industrial in value an<l wide- to lail lOSers- ,prt'*d destitution, directly attributable lelieve the *P S&ÍL, * ■ I - -or I oí Mr. Pick a live* near Lyon's atore, Bor- ' robbed him of $4000. sot tbe pioneers of Texas ' in aav hi* bed. amos at ta tílver, it savings of a long that tbe robtxrs cbloro- r! Pillow. The chest wss car- ; and broken open some distance ■ . Títere was a number of i the vicinity, tba* tnak- i that tbe robbers carried off l horseback. -- il a grand point in Throekraor- at Sin Antonio when he oí not faTor- my friends, ijonty ot you ever saw San ■, before some of yoo were idered my musket and marcli- your streets to defend tbe If tbe dead In yonder cemetery be called from their gravea and to testify, they woedd say that >rton never missed a roil call ter&irlted a dm i a musket on my shoulder, or as a I have never failed to i of ,doty when the enemy waa Ifc MR m...

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

has te- Mi Mr tttti ír« ffem («o to three ta the youths ni ti it putea! to the miudt of til present system of Con ¡Si faltare froto «muuib a«loi shopphm W« Wtt th Mh* genul MMWttauUry üt # y tU« S. Aconto n*r*W, Its legUi «¡XteosSí K • ***•* This Is hard <w ÍKíPrt, whe «rite tte M^ttMtacMtftfitotjapr, Pw*t = «rei*tt wf th« wppoft oí TittMsm*-- «Wty tn« Qétvtfm Bat lltttt '• «< Mwkwj o* «hi iteM «te I wstohsd llytWAMB'tt txrtny*) ®t tt Hfhta of the people la der rotations, who ire i «i; to the lítate Í V thojíw Th^íaí lh* 0#. Titnoctttioirtnn iéátwmá tbe people of Austin kM sight ai tte Optes 8nh Wtt two hours he kept the audience lfc rapt attention and carried conviction to the miudé of the justness of hit positions. Ue left to-day and wilt apeak «I CXJIiU cana to-morrow, 3 Ast) now cofuoa Matt. Gaines, the bigamist ex Senator from Washington county, aad addressee the tragnNi 0Í Lee county, advising them to pat but colored men on duty. Matt. another artice, and If sent to Hunt...

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

- jjpgpF! sas^&s^'f -'=9ks sad December riots. Cap sweep each, play or Woe easily by two lengths before dozen lengths be- lts! mils was billips ros when Parole went and stayed there. Tima, m* i.. í , mmS: • to ward this more many in- renew o will not be surprised if there is an open iWkwtmii of war. MeCrary, Oms. Thia question r, for experience teaches turn it oyer, and give a of Travij ol Mustia on tbe first adopted the following reso- That the Chairman of the Dwno- „«+ *~-«~'uUve Committee of this couury am not be, and be I hereby instructed to call a oon- ■ v, vention of the Democracy of this county, to Orel, who left given ttlt ".I Mexico at will when IMi necessary to overtake and punish the Ureaaers,whe oí late bare become exceedingly predatory i mendacious. It is known that Mexico has repeatedly complained of the cross- ing of the Rio Grande by United troops, and has given assurances tt Diaz government would punish offenders - who commit border outrages. Thus far, lur howe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 August 1878

Sü w M m - institutions .are more d>- ^BtbfthSSt^ «MÍ MMHNIPi fce .ELLIOTT. tocratic Ticket. m. State Treasurer. LUBBOCK. Land Office, a WALSH, ff| " Congressl District. COCK. Por itokial District. W. TERRELL. Representative—Travis Co. FELIX E. SMTH. Editorial Paragraphs. B. Q. Miixs has been re-nominated for -; Prof. Tice predicts a tropical hurri- cane on thé coast of Texas on the 23d . . . icw York Times candidate for y see him elected. 'M ■ («aiv^QtAn in ubiiv5mjm 'wvlwj and a hall millions, and in two millions. Wm m The convention vas arts r Rio Grande, from New r cargo at «al- of the to arrive. y direct of asan , is now candidate both Hancock and hhr¡§£?JH e , an ass of ■ and r a day to help i the lack of laboj unholy legislation, such reapers and , ''-[.'fip', tb .oí Cot I a platform arraigning the r the advocacy if African was nomi- •tode- ubura, New York, in platform . of the fee soil party wis adopted in which they pre- to reward their followers man & farm. iUc cons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 August 1878

ap- 5.-13:30 P. 29. m r IT**, Aug. 1 Lawrence, §spiam , from Saga# Lo Grao3e, i for New York, pat in tens - * with her entire crew, ' dead or sick with only one pas- H. W«N son of the died at sea. ir. Yestcr- l were buri- 3.—William X from was taken r part of the city. úlowiwt. ? was visited by a has the- truth ten; > we « w0 I raissdto and palpable cause destitution, brutality* vice and crime | of evil outweighing in e all the combined politi- cal errors of the age. What, is the value of correct theories of life to who get drunk aa often as they can? What is the use of currency if the money —gold or green- backs—is to find its way into the sa- till? His business is in the waste and de- idstaffs, and ends in the ruin of men's bodies and souls. Incidentally the saloon keeper gets the largest profit cf toy dealer in any article whatever, and ihé more de- structive and hellish the decoetion he vends, the more effectually does he succeed in chaining his victims his car of ruin. In th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 August 1878

jM ¡¡11 meeting at cluaively of the tax the any legislation United States bonds from -This view has ever been one most obvious deductions from the fundamental principles o? Democracy, and therefore adoctrine which admita of «nor compromise, so long as those principles can be applied to government, either present or futnre. There are those, assuming the same of Democracy, who have coolly-stated, o ihe adoption c f the platform, that speaks of fourth resolution was a mistake (!) r who drafted the j the actio a of the refuse to divide that "it divide a at Austin; hut onívl convention in ^iin's district meets to-morrow at Pitts- Camp county. Reagan has no opposition. The Mor anlvscriliors of SSSf: €edl saya that if the Commercial take the taken, iitor 10 be a gentleman, they take in regard fo the editor of the Call. ever made such a ¡ Dallas Commercial. The citizens of Dangerfield are going to have a grand barbecue on the 28th, and have invited Throckmorton, Hub- bard, Culberson, Judge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 August 1878

MBSX;• m*i:'.- •-' >i"- <&i-í*"-??V-'"-i* MHi pushed by the use oí sulphate and tincture value of A tbe who that the 3.86 P. yrilow fever ewes. i SaguftLe H York, put In tero with her entire crew, dither dead or ricfe with There was only one poa- H. War- lí. J., son oí the and he died at sea. Iquor. Tester- ead were buri- .—William mm*™ osd was taken part of the city, yellow fever. * visited by a flood est-ihe builnora town. Damage, $100,000. and many buildings Georgia, has «ratio Convention in fP . I :?/ ' • is on the increase in New cases 98; deaths 17. , the type is maHgafin^'l o far m^rccoviries—doctora arrived from New Orleans. - olographs Mayor at Wtl- need help. The major Is only officer leit. been ordered from cause of itself alone s cal errors tents for of town. .-To nil who are Hi „ and indiscretions of weakness, early decay, ■■■■■íHmééi i>*- can? W hat is the use Of currency reform if tho money —gold or green- backs—is to find its way into tbe sa- loon keeper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 October 1878

IpI . I & . **? ■p:fe I® 0*11,7. ' SATBr if mo 86 CO addressed to this on on© si tie D. ELLIOTT. - b^¿X% 1 5ETTK PLATFORM. 1 tuxes from 60 to 25 cents, as / tho present tow appro- of the fctxea (or sohooi it constitution don't re- ntlon to be mude, id. —y per anaum for Jon of t v.-Ü, so 88 mmammiaggaHMS S fono for the present i reduce tho expense from im. 4th. Use such portion of íxj0 permanent fund as may be neo- r school Tliis will save J90l'.0G0 as- tur school purposes for the Bacal year — September 1st. of reform alone will Justify a ■ to 25 eon la anil keep up the i for a number of rears of UttHcrupnloua ■K-MMH late trust furnia that tor the osea they are s. Republican by was íelt y ester- of the Hudson river to Peeksville. discussion has been arrangeU ilaneocfc and Col Jones Oakland, Columbus and I IE XXI i. LATE COL. 1; tí. (Special to i LaOüanor, tí Weimar, Oct. Em- mmmm Lion. Isaac G. Killough was shot and «cüied to-daj by Jobs D. Hunt white is rhe buggy with bis wife a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 October 1878

09. BROWN. i No. a. JH. No. 3. No. 1. IIS KVüfll el Hi ■ poor, hnt in- who fmvo n li*rf •end their lust what few !• tb«y hart by thle c#. I their «Í- i to keepUte wolf from the door they cot i couple of keg of - beer from Ban Antonio, which they peddled out to Wat- •lew. A few ttayt after I hoy bettan thie bonne* a big, ttrotig man rode up. die- ownt*d and nuked for a glaea or beer, soon as he had awaltowcd and paid it, he told the poor woman who bad en htm the beer thai ho *« a de* twtlw, and had come to aee if 1-hey had a lloenne to «ell Iwr, The woman did not «tm know what an Internal revenue license was. Elbe wat very much fright- ened when th« «Ivteotto explained to her that the had violated Die Internal revenue law, and laid hereelf liable to a penally, but h« prowl**! to lei the mat- ter drop If ho pidd the hconae, $00/ They did sol have tbal much money; In tanl the rnle of l eer for a whole year would n«t. hiwe given them that mueh p« ftt. They borrowed the m mey, paid the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1878

56* <> IX1X.} ~ ' •"*• AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATCR] * W 8 I 10 «14 IS MO ía ee a oo lite 00 suoo I for Or t maertioa i insertion. Sto reading matter, Insertion.; Dally and .85 per ooiit. discount. Bight a !oea! ootuiaa, SO oeuU be bartsrit j* adtaxob. -All nr-mmiinioatlons should j to -'Bdíter State Oaswtta." 1 coimmittications addressed to this : be written in ink and on ono slue e tfeeir JmbUeattoa. H3krts¿- JOHN D. BLLIOTT. - rTT_T-^r¡te-. Paragraphs. Christi Gaawtte denomi- ne political court jester. as appears from the infested with sneak thieves. has goue to Eagle Pass to with tile Mexican General, Tro- HHiiP-- ATMs and three of his cabinet officers I'm i bo late canvass of Ohio and IHHBliilililil JtrooK Lvtt. Moore, the presiding judge of tbn district court iff La Grange, s n<> kin of the Moore's engaged in the murder of poor Killough. A son of Jefferson Davia is reported in the iist«f those stricken with yellow fever, six miles trom Memphis. No mention is made of any ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1878

SESSAISOir. D.- H. DARDEN. Land W. C. WALSH. GEO. F. MOORE. Associate Justice. H. BONNER th Congreffll District." HANCOCK. For Senator. Senatorial Dwerict. A. W. TERRELL. 4. J tire—Travis Co. FEMX E. SMITH. ' ■ from Travis and Blanco. )LA ARCHER. «ty Ticket. County Judge. JAMES n. County A ti E. # MC COKWIN. District Clerk. JAMES D. EA5TON. County Clerk. FRANK BROWN.' Treasurer. A. J. JERNIGAN. 3. II L. B. GILES. Collector, I O. JOHNSON. i Animal Inspector. SHEEHAN. Surveyor. . E. CAMPBELL. Peace, Precinct No, ;>b.i JOSEPH LEE. | FRJEDRICH. :~¿S i Precinct No. 3. SÜBLETT. District No. 1. SPRINKLE. District No. 2. |i B. ROGERS. PLATFORM. 60 to 25 cents, as > present tew of the Uies for it constitution don't re- tion to be made, 2d. in* $230.00 per annum 1 collection of taxes, so t to 130,000. 3d. Sub«ti- force for the unseat _ the evpense from 4tü. Use such portion of t fund as may be ceo- This will save «UW0 • the fiseal year s andkeép up number of yean U. liearis, who will de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1878

- - V\=" :..v tl for urn insertion ion t Insertion. it to re&diDff matter. buertiorT; naily and sr cent. discount. Bight —, n local column. MeeaU p*rUne. i'-* ,1 MTfoar QSABTABI.t or jdvahce. NOTtCK—Ail cmnmiunicatJouB should t to-Editor/State Gawtte." TommunJ/catlons addressed to this t e wyfftten in ink and on one due ■ pnblioation. JOBN D. BLLIOTT. ^r=: Paragraphs. was announced speak in dun Antonio last night. old Probabilities looks to north Texus for the center of a storm. Jódoe Hakcock bad reached Bren- hanii «ad wus to speak there yesterday. Junes was to follow suit. Not over one-third of the cotton has been picked in Washington connty says the Banner. Two bridal parties from Galveston go to Houston to hare the knot tied. This speaks well for Houston. A STEEHT car driver of Dallas has been made happy from an inheritance of #3,000 by i be death of his grandmother. Thk official r;tarns from Ohio sh w State majority of 3,154. A majority in a State giving 584,000 votes. •§£ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1878

BARDEN. Land Office. W. C. WALSH. Josticc Supreme Court. P. MOORE. Justice. H. BONHER. -5th CoBgranl District. HANCOCK. District. ELL. -Travis Cu. Blanco. County Judge. JAMES n. HURTS. Attorney. E. T.J MOORE. Sheriff. COR t. Clerk. D. easton. Count; Clerk. BROWN. Treasurer. . ' L J. JERNIGAN. Assessor. L. B. GILES. CoUectci, J, O. JOH2ÍSON. [ Animal Inspector. SHEEHAN. Surveyor. E. CAMPBELL, i of Peace, Precinct No. 8 JOSEPH LEE. V :No. 3. m SCBLETT. ' District No. T. P. SPRINKLE. Josnmissioner District No. 2. JOS. B. ROGERS. in H. a solid district in Maine for Con- gress, and will bs sworn In as his buc- ■ at its -next session. Mr. Mubch beat Hals fcy a plurality oí 1,043 votes which has been officiail/certified. He is now the reigning star of Maine and everywhere lionised as the man who broke the Blaise, Hale and Haklix ring. It seems as if retributive justice had overtaken these arch conspirators n the robbery of the people of their choice of President, and like those of the cour...

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