Tri-Weekly Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 30, 1869 Page: 2 of 4
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0 Conservative follow citizen than
aeral Davis and his set—because he
nred hard it the Convention to pre-
bibifcs ft more peaceful and fHendl.
; towards hie opponent ?? Are no.
sufficient reasons ? But he is not
mdidate nor the candidate of the
cratic party. If elected, m we
he may l>e, the Democratic
ABRÍ m ~J|
' Mr. Durham was ;
Norfolk m n, having been born at
Norwich in Í820. In 1885, hia family
ved to the United States ; and
hi. death" he w^í^hf G^rí
service in Teiás. At the oat-
of the civil war be warmly
"i jt« d«wr,f«H neitlMR.Tperaearioft r
threats could induce him to deliver up in0 n, ,,. wU<««v .««..« «v6.~ —
the public fould to wembere home .<The America idea of self
nÁ «l n«Ir4« nn of Ins party, and he held them until the Mí|¡^U|HhHU§HHhhÉ
official* authorities of tbe victorious
at- G OTermnent artived to receive the oW
war, he was appointed secretary of the
Auditorial Board for the Adjustment of
the Publii? Debt of Texas, and oar co-
h ¡ he served his country well
la #n^«d with
To Tail the ay 1:
Juarter of a century;
himself at the public
? Mr. Durham was rot only
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a great lover of the gun, but paid mi
attention to the natural histo-y of
^°<^,me°t,"" ÉUS^éS^St TI
zik%P:r ~ h"°*
people, not only with impuuity, but
with the approbation and hosannas of
the Northern Press. Look at home,
State, lwtor« M Wtfm-V*
patliy on the Cubans, the French an
the Irish. Charity should begin at
' ' And as she
_ je Austin Republican of B .
(Wedhesday 80th,) mforms the pnttlic
that Governor Pease has started for
Washington " to correct the false re-
pressions, which have been made there
and to demand in the name of the peo
pie of Texas an opportunity for us to
return to the Union in accordance with
the conditions prescribed by Congress."
and Value Sofhb\£rialions"3caused Bto1* í"nRU kiaeM fn>m ^
his election as cuwrespondrag member l*W that outrages have etaeett. jfotitifeey ráibedmy wge?. <afiKü
.« u A«.l4.n.ir nr K&in. The Reoubhcan save.'also. that •' Geti-
* Glad to hear tiu$ Governor is convinced,
lat ftu election
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party, to which he
i and which has pat him before
We emphatically disclaim
i as our candidate, although ho may]
i candidato of the'Houston Telo-
i do ilfegreByith him in
tsach of his coudoct has
washington, and with m ny celebrated
nattíralists. Horticulture, especially
in relation to f>uit trees, eittyaged a
-ood deal of his attention, and ho was
le author of some scientific papers ou
the cuiture of tlje tftjc in Texas. Wo
much regret that the acquaintance
fiwa him in the fiituré ÍVoi
ideas and princi
which buiie lair io; nave hu «.
ui ma uuuhwv m coiitinuBtice ahoutd Mwt been brought
to u«—mucit ,<!>%$*& to JHfS *fi ff « f
kf kifl w>£k ^1dL>
thou grindest a fool in a
fit will his folly cling to hi .'?
^ tell you now, and we have never
„.ade a political statement that did not
hold good, that unless you elect a Leg.
' al a the State ticke'
Sot get into Con-
but if you do, back you
ary rule, and there we
have to «t y.<~Flak¿8£ultain.
Your political wisdom and foresight,
iut u you never let down
•re, this is the t¡m* you have missed
it. You need not attempt to scare us
for «ir*>!00*Kmr~ Gartmtm
can go to work in earnest. We shall
have an election " in thecoarae of hu
The soft rofloiitod skiaa,
Her silken halif, stfli aneoo
[ gentle sleep i
The aide bent above her,
And-flowrots with her Uptfffidi
As if they dared to love her.
o, obeorvet! her luu^ar,
t «mail kiasu from her lips,
I Ijf.*'"""","; .gjjl
I scarod them frow her dr¿uui-lit i
man events," in spire c
BtOp with I
The fwll moon and tho dolightfal air
from tbe sea seemed to call out our
whole population between sun-set and
ton o'clock yesterday evening. T
street cafo were crowded, the éi„
walks fall of promenaedterw and mer
■l p Ah me ! how otn
11I took tpa timas that buji
' Aoá, nm thiwh^ttarflia
I broke her penecful slomber !
Far pardon thea f «trove to i.
1 pftead -tow it human
" Yes," she replied with blusli
"And to forgive ia r<—« "
nd the "fools," «s you
, rell, idready, to make
• "crackers, " and it to time
'II! £11 US
ip as out
absence of epide
ly refreshing, bi
„—ling as wine, without its b*d effects;
the bay affords splendid sport for sail-
rotrii Ého iww
giiisüed refugee. 'M
My 1 Hi 2.,8, Si
lobif , ,v.,
is abundant and cheap. Peop
to remain so during the summer, uo one
apprehensive of the inti><
14, •20, % 'I,
has been unlawfofl
ing from his rich
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Josselyn, Robert. Tri-Weekly Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 30, 1869, newspaper, June 30, 1869; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth181422/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.