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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 23 March 1872

The Representative. National Union Republican Convention. Tin* undersigned, constituting the National Committee designated by the Convention held at Chicago on the 20th of May, 1868, hereby call a conventinn of the Union Republican part v, at the city of Philadelphia, on the 5tli 'day "of June next, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office# of President and Vice President of the United States. Kacli State is authorized to be represented in the convention by delegates equal to twiee the number of Senators and Representatives to which it will be entitled in the next National Congress, and each organized Terri- tory is authorized to send two delegates. In calling this convention, the committee re- mind the promises of tho Union Republican Convention of 1868 have been fulfilled. The State* lately in rebellion have been restored to Mieir formsr relations to tho government. The laws of the country have been faithfully executed: public raith has been pre...

Publication Title: Representative, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 30 March 1872

S) uxj, / J1. $ Mcon,. i® * Xpti-OAi - Oil llj<£b s ^scc/v > (_>&' tk /£ i £y VOL. I. GALVESTON, SATURDAY. MAECH 30, 1872. No, 17 The Representative. RICHA.RD ^TElLSOlSr, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Office: Twenty-fourth Street, Between Market and Postoffice Sts. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year.. $3 00 Six months, in advance 1 50 RATES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. SQUARE 1 MO. 2 MOS 3 MOS 6 MOS 12 MOS One 8 4 00 # 6 00 I 7 50 #12 00 #20 00 Two 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 Three... 12 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 60 00 1'onr 16 00 24 00 30 00 50 00 80 00 Five 20 00 30 00 37 00 65 00 100 00 Ten..... 35 00 65 00 75 00 120 00 175 00 "NOT LONG." BY MRS. M. A. KIDDER. 'Tis hard sometimes to be patient, To suffer and still be strong— To sing, when the "oldlife's shadows" stay, Hope's beautiful morniug song! E'en though an angdl wisper us. " Not long, poor soul! not long!" Not lone tilll the clouds be rifted, Till the shadows pass away; Not long till the sun shall shine again, Of a happier, ...

Publication Title: Representative, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 30 March 1872

The Representative. RICHARD NELSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. For President In 1872 ULYSSES S. GRANT Subject to the jiomination of the National Republican Convention. saturday, march 30 1872. Personal.—Hon. W. T. Clark, Member of Congress, passed Through this city in route for Washington. lie will probably be absent about twenty days. Hon. Chas. Sumner, has our thanks for Public Documents. SIGNS OF THE TIMES. Any one who will carefully peruse the Democratic papers will be convinced that there is a sad letting down in the tone of their bravado articles against the President. Basing their ar- guments of his defeat upon the opposition of the New York Tribune, whose captious quibbs against his personal popularity? have resulted from Grant's re- fusal to . become the pupil of Horace Greely, and the other moral satalites which now liove around the great luminary of national reform, they use his fire to damage the acts of the presi dent's administration, forgetting the while, that a man who t...

Publication Title: Representative, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 30 March 1872

}- ocal Intelligence. Hitchcock's Bayou.—The improve- ment now being pushed to completion by our worthy Street Commissioner, being no less the drainage of Hitch- cock's Bayou, by a most substantial sluce leading into an outlet of McKenuev's Bayon. The ditch has been most most firmly boarded by planks of two inch thickness, about three feet wideband two and a half deep. This relieves all that portion of the city from frequent overflows, and will render all that seetioa of laud in the neigh- borhood of 35th street, from all staguat pools of water, so imperious to the iiealth and convenienee of pedestrians. Thirty-fifth street is now claiming its deserved atteution from our city au- thorities, and in the course of a year the railroad will be extended to the beach on this street, and already the due residences now adorning this portion of the city, and others in course of construction, justify a belief that this street will become one of the popu- lar avenues of travel. WASHINGTON LETTE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 30 March 1872

The Representative. National Union Republican Convention. The undersigned, constituting the -'National Committee designated by the Convention held at Chicago on the 20th of May, 1868, hereby call a conventinn of'.the Union Republican party, at the city of Philadelphia, on the 5th nay of June next, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices of President ana Vice President of the United States. Each State is authorized to be represented in the convention by delegates equal to twiee the number of Senators and Representatives to which it will be entitled in the next National Congress, and each organized Terri- tory is authorized to send two delegates. In calling this convention, the committee re- mind the promises of tho Union Republican Convention of 1868 have been fulfilled. The States lately in rebellion have been restored to their formsr relations to the government. The law# of the country have been faithfully executed: public raith has been preser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 6 April 1872

(MA /S/Z /$■ &*■*>- <y 29. EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW. VOL. 1. GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1872. NO. 18- C §t JUprfstuMk RICHARD IsTBLSON, EDITOE AND PROPRIETOR Office: Twenty-fourth Street, \ J Between Market and Poitofflce Sts. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year $3 00 Six montlm, in advance 1 50 BATES OP ADVEETISEMENTS. SQUARE 1 MO. 2 Lioa 3 MOS 6 MOS 12MO^ One $ 4 00 9 6 00 $ 7 50 #12 00 $20 00 Tw« 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 Three... 12 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 60 00 Four 16 00 24 00 30 00 i 50 00 80 Oo Five 20 00 30 00 37 00 65 00 100 00 Ten 35 00 65 00 75 00 120 00 175 00 Record of the National Republican Party, The Republican party of this country since it became the do- minant National party, has made a record which is most creditable to itself and to the country which produced it, a record which we cannot be too familiar with and which commands the admiration of the civilized world. A brief review of the princi- pal measures of the Republican party, in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 6 April 1872

£k JUpftpte Kl)IT()^>AXO For 1'n ULYSSES.S. (MJANT SU'iJi ( tl.o^ioniitint'ifT) of tlie XKtlomil Kt-puliluuii Convent ion. (SATL'UDAY, Al'h'lL C, 1- ' - j~ if ' ' ToOrn Kiiij-:m)s.—Kmi I« .vt'es cannot live without receiving tlie price of tlioir labor. I hiring; na private, capital to draw on to ninlce tlie' paVpents, we" are (breed to look .to collections from tlukSi}' lutlebted to'tlie otllee, to enable lis to do justice. A news- ] a{>er e-an not 'oe ,e#nducted gra- Uiitously—it must be paid for as soon as the work is done, b • .• ' iis' • "TWV ""H huti --&n Grantelection army?is al- ready in motion. Ail-'tli3< col- ored.] troops :it Newport Bar ryek , iventuck-v;,. have.. 1 >eei i or- demii to Gukvejstoji. We con- gratulate Galwqsteia upon- the prospective Kacqnisition.-—K. iO. Times./**-J m.-Ai ;< T) , ■ Wlty don'tf voir tell the truth Ah ttfiee, and saS* to the frontier Arr^l fi "i ' \ • of Texas via Galuestoii.,;. "We "have received tlie opinion of Justice ....

Publication Title: Representative, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 6 April 1872

J—ocal Intelligence. AMUSEMENTS. Thkmust Oi'KitA House.—Madame Jauaus • hek appeared at this theatre the 1st of April. She has appeared during the week in a round • f English tragedies. Though she came here at a most an propitious season, she has played nightly to large and brilliant houses. Twelve months ago Janauschek could not speak half a dozen wonls in our language. Now wlie not only sjmakb fluently, but pronounces nearly aw well as a uiativeborn American. At times she rivets the attention of every beholder, and ris- iug to the highest point of inspiration, thrills her audience with admiration. In thecliarac- ti-r of Deborah she stands without a peer, lu 1 he second act, the scene at the cross was pow- « rlill. v The Jewess, lpving the.Christian, and fearful that he will forsake her. is expressed in every feature, and the language of the tongue springs from the heart, as she utters the pas- sage, "1 only pray to Heaven our love may never end." The fervor which Janauschek throws...

Publication Title: Representative, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 6 April 1872

ejjrestitMk [Continued from the First Page.] 2<1. That the annual interest charge to the people has, within the same period, been reduced in the sum of $12,062,997 90; consequently affording perma- nent annual relief from taxation to that amount. 3d. That the net gold dis- count actually realized to the public Treasury 011 the purchase of bonds, by which the debt has been mainly reduced, is $14,- 582,838 5G. 4th. That, in consequence of the measures and policy of the Republican Congress and Ad- ministration, the public credit, although greatly disturbed by the war, advanced during the period from the early part of the year 1801 (the close of the Dem- ocratic administration of Presi- dent Buchanan) to March 1st, 1809- -reaching an aggregate appreciation, as applied to the then existing values and princi pal of the public debt, of $305,- 000,000; and, by the still more efficient administration of Pres- ident Grant, the public credit, as referred to the now existing val- ues and deb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 13 April 1872

■''5/<*l> ^ j£Aa 5 r. o <a y&cs&v. (S-C6./83V ,\ " EG IJALITY BEFOB E THE LA W." ^., " ,— YOL. I. GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1872. NO. 19. Cff §ttpnsfttMk RICHARD NELSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Office: Twenty-fourth Street, Between Market and Postoffice Sts. SATES or SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year: -.$3 00 Six montlis, in advance ----- - 1 BATES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. SyUAKE 1 MO. 2 MOS '3 MOS 6 MOS 12 MOS One $ 4 00 f 6 00 $ f 50 #12 00 |20 00 Twt 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 i,40 00 Three... 12 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 60 00 Fear 16 00 24 00 30 00 50 00 80 Oo Five 20 00 30 00 37 00 65 00 100 00 Ten 35 00 65 00 75 00 120 00 175 00 SUPREME CODET-ApUTera, 1871, \VM. F. REDDING and JULIA D. his Wife. 1 ' . ' ' 1 " VH. The South Carolina Rjulroad Company. 5 opinion. ■ ' i; ' ') t *,(]■.• • ; . Wright, A. J, The action was brought by Reddiug and (?$ife, the plaintiff^ to recovor daana-r ges for an injury sustained by the wife in the passenger saloon of the defendant. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 13 April 1872

fTF i,;v ; sichard Ki3ar.so r, EDITOR AXI>v,rRQ IETblU:i ' ; anixpiiqm tst SB— For racsident m 1872, r"~ ULYSSES S. GRANT Subject to tto nomination of the National Republican Convention. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1872. Acquitta'Fof Justice Nelson. As we presume the public all know, the persecutors of Justice Nelson have come to grief. Their machinations against him have miscarried, a fid their statements against hiin docided by a jury, comprised of the best citizens of (ralveston county to be lies. Thus have ended all their attempts to harm an innocent man. Not one • % • * ' ' ' ' -lit i * . , * J i « sijaiiL have they, Ijxed upon. his character, nor one distinctive act proveniagainst liim.i They have had their day, and failed. It will now be his tiiii6 to bring their wicked deeds , to the, glare of Heaven's! broad day light, and to teach them! that innocence' cannot be slandered With' impunity. Mr. W. A. Price, of Caney? MatagordaJ, county, a ytfry active and influential Republican, g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 13 April 1872

C\t |lqpscnMk J^ocal Jntelligence. Answer Filed. II. W. Hays, attorney for Messrs Mc- Malian and Clements, sureties on the l ail bond of Mike Maloney, and against whom judgment nisi was given in tli« Criminal District Court, has liled an ans' er showing that Mal- oney has heen convicted of murder in Memphis, and is now confined in jail there, awaiting a new trial. Acquitted. Reed, who was a constable for Justice John R. T. Haynes, was placed 011 trial in the Criminal District Court yester- terday, Hiuler an indictment charging him with embezzlement. The jury, were polled upon the opening of court this morning, and the verdict opened. Upon being read, it declared that "\:e the jury find the defendant not guilty," whereupon the court ordered the prisoner to be discharged from custody. A Kleptomaniac Branch. Lucy Branch, a colored leader of the ton of that fashionable purelie-.s of Galveston, known as "nigger run," having decided to increase her stock of blankets and counterpins, forag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 13 April 1872

C| t JUprmetrMik. . 7' iivr [Continued from First Page-] only then, can Ve understand the object they have in view in per- sisting in a line of action, after repudiate j^eve|-^raitivua.ler\cuse ior so doing. We feel that the President is the best and truest friend the South has. We know that he laiuents her misfortunes as bit- terly as her own 'children do. He desires, above all tliingSj to stretcj$ $prtlj( 1 i s li ai$ an^fffclp lift her on to iier feet. It grieves him to behold her, the paralyzed side of the nation, struggliKg through the critical period that has followed the upheaval of her social foundations, beset on every hand by vampires and ingrates who we^gh her down like a mill- stone about her neck. He has no sympathy with lier plunder- ers; bijt \jouJd rejoice to see her 'white and black citizens bury the hatchet, strike" hands with the spirit of the age, redeem her po- litics. develop her material re- sources' kfid rebuild her civiliza- tiqn upon the basis of liberty an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 20 April 1872

!%JXf duA 1ua • /«>• <&e> (ftacryv - -fyilab- 'J)tlmrUlA// (ft- ^ioftF/u %. Ifa ■ /S'iO-) (( EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW." VOL. I. GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1872. NO. 20. tjpsentatik zEtian^-iRaD ^jzEr.sonsr, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Office:. Twenty-foiirtU Street, Between Market anil Postoftiee Sts* SATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year..i..?3 00 •Six months, 'in advance. ......... 1 50 RATES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. One vr, Two Thye^.., Poor Five Ten 1 MO. 2 MOS 3 M08 $ 4 B0 $ 0 00 $ 7 5fri 8 00 12 00 15 00 12 00 • ia oo 22 00 16 00 24 00 30 00 20 00 -30. 00 , 37 00 35 0d <S"J 00 • 75 00 |12 00 25 00 37 00 50 00 00 120 00 120 00 40 00 6© OtH 80 Oo 100 00 175 00 Mtt'' National CoIored'Conv'ention. Editor of Representative: ' The followif full speech of MR. DOUGLASS. Mr. Dougfe^s gracefully thank- ed the Convention for the cor- dial manner in which he had been introduced, and earnestly expreseed his gratitude for the feeling exhibited in selecting him as the perma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 20 April 1872

Cjje §Ujpsentatik RICHAHD NELSOKT^'jf.. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. For Presictent In 1072. • . ULYSSE^'9;: GRjAJNfT Subject to tie nomination of th*-'National Republican Convention, | V SATUR&Y, APRIL 20, 1872. m counterfitor arrested.— a man named Pearl was arrested in Bryan on Friday, for manu- facturing spurious coin. Counter- feit coiii and the dies were found upon, him... The. chances of his changing his occupation are ex- ceedingly good. The Richmond Enquirer (dem.) expresses, the opinion that, what- ever may be the course of the democracy of ! the-' Iftfrfch, the conservative or democratic party of ^!jie\(er sur- tender t^jr orga iaa- rion, but. should rather strive by all possible' means to strengthen and perfect it.^ '' .. • ■lW-i *i;t Tj*——— Here is ^ tableau for the Cin- cinak'jCo^v^i^W: Enter Anna Dickinson*;! supported on the right by Andy Johnson, and oh th6 left by Horace Greeley, with Joe in front and Bill in the rear j while. Hprace lines out the hymn: " Tfrii? tWI ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 20 April 1872

Cj\t Eepraentatik v ocal Intelligence. United States Circuit Court. United States vs. German Silver Spoons, Marshal's account allowed and the balance ordered to be paid over to the Collector at Galveston. United States vs. German Silver Spoons, Marshal's account allowed and the balance ordered to be paid over to the Collector at Galveston. United States vs. One hundred beef hides, Marshal's account allowed and the balance ordered to be paid over to the Colle#tor at Galveston. J. L. Hall vs. Steamer Wreu, peti- tioned for the sale of the steamboat, for the recovery of seamen's wages, which was ordered to be done 011 the y3d day of April, by the Marshal. United States vb. Mexican Schooner SaH CarloB, for seventy. cases of oil, Marshal's account ($270) allowed, and balance ordered to be paid over to tlie Collector. The United States vs. Fourteen packages of merchandise. Marshal's account of $103 83allowed and balance erderec. to the Collector. United States vs. fifteen barrels of gin. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 20 April 1872

Che iifjpscittatik Idle Rumors.—Queen Vic- toria, as all our readers know, has just returned from her visit to Germany. This German visit lias given birth to all sorts of idle rumors. It has been asso- ciated in the public mind of England with the marriage of the Queen's youngest daughter, the Princess Beatrice. It has been stated that the Queen went to Germauy to see the Princess Mary of Cambridge and dis- suade her from seeking a divorce from her husband—a divorce which would scandalize English society and bring disgrace upon the royal family. It has also been said that the Queeu really intends to abdicate and that her visit to Germany had, relation to this determination. It will not surprise us to learn that each and all of the rumors are idle. It is simply absurd to talk of the Queen's abdication. Why should she abdicate? Would the British people permit it if she wished to take such a course'? And why should she go to Baden-Baden to make arrangements for carrying out such a purp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 27 April 1872

*■/ ^ " ^^ . d il //i /UJc 0^. '/<3 c ■/v • (<ftp .(4>. /SiC.\ *+ "EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW." VOL. 1. GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1872. NO. 21 CJk ^egnsentatik RIOHAIRZD JJELSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Office: Twenty-fourth Street, Between Market and Postoffice Sts BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year „• £3 00 Six months, in advance 1 50 RATES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. square 1 mo. 2 mos 3 mos 6 mos 12 mos One $ 4 00 S 6 00 * 7 30 #12 00 $20 00 Two 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 Three... 1-2 00 18 00 22 00 37 00 60 00 Four lti 00 24 00 30 00 50 00 80 0o Five ■20 00 30 00 37 00 65 00 100 00 Ten 35 00 65 00 75 00 120 00 175 00 Gen. Grant and Public Opinion. The unanimous declaration in favor of the nomination of Gen. Grant by the Republican Con- ventions of two such States as Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, is an event .which no amount of misrepresentation can belittle. It is all very well to sneer at it as the result of office-holders' manipulations, and to speak of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 27 April 1872

Cjre JlejpKntatik RICHA.RD NELSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. For President In 1872. ULYSSES S. GRANT Subject t«i the nomination of the National Republican Convention. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1872. Our Weekly.—Our weekly issue contains the editorials on many subjects, entertaining items, and various political and miscellaneous articles, all of which make the paper, we hope, interesting- and acceptable to our readers. The Columbus, (Ga.) Sun says that ex-President Jefferson Davis has removed to Baltimore, and that he will in future make that city his home. He is said to be preparing a " vindication of liis administration" while President of the Confederate States. George C. Mahan, of Memphis, in company Avith Mr. Emerson, lias just invented a steam canal boat, the model of which cost $12,000. They are candidates for a $100,000 prize offered by the State of New York for a boat of that kind. The following lines are dedi- cated to the editors of those journals who have lately prosti- tuted jour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Representative — 27 April 1872

C|t llcprtsraMk F OCAL NTELLIGENCE, The Weather. The beautiful weather of the past few days has greatly cheered the hearts of our citizens, and enlivened by the presence of many beautiful •women and many a batch of pretty children. Galveston needs good, passible side- walks, and then people would walk more and ride less, which would pre- vent a concentration of our people around Mason's Corner, as it is now, the only store in the immediate vicinity of the terminus of the cars which re- ceive the benefit of the local trade. It is to be regretted that some system of sidewalks cannot be rendered ap- plicable to our great need in this re" spect, we have only to wait and hope and trust, that more practical views of public use and public facultios for walking and using our legs, instead of relying on mule power, way prevail in the minds of the City Council. A gay, dashing lothario, answering to the coguoman of Tom. Osborne, having concluded to start in business on his own account, and wis...

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