Collector Stuart

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not the It as of his old cn- itnu the become at d r e w hairy who h accounts they is the o* dcs for s'x nnd 2 for n i s for 'Q An- n t s TRWUTES TO "STATE PRESS." KEENLY FELT. Houston Texas Freeman. The Texas press receives with roi;ret ttie Intelligence that Colonel Hamilton Stuart. "State Prefla" of The New», Is no more. No newspaper mar. httb been more respected respected than he and bin demise will be keenly felt by all who watched his dally tulku under the caption, "State Press," the name by which he has been known throughout the state. He was always kindly disposed to colored journalists and never let slip an opportunity to lend them a helping hand and a word of advice that would assist them In Improving their papers. True, he often reproved, but no sting ever accompanied accompanied his reproofs and It was always known that he simply sought to point, what was from hie view, the right path. RECOGNIZED FATHER. Bartlett Democrat. On the morning-.of the ICth instant Hamilton Hamilton Stuart, "State Press" of The Galveston Galveston and Dallas News, passed over the river tu iimt country prepared for the pure In heart. He- was the recognized father of the Texas press. His Children ever received his words of commendation with grateful hearts, and when the reproving reproving rod was raised they kissed the gentle hand that raised It. The line from Goldsmith's epitaph. "NIhll tetlgit quid nou ornavit;" might well be Inscribed on the stone that marks the spot where he sleeps. FIFTY YEARS IN HARNESS. Blanco News. Hamilton Stuari, the Nestor of the Texas press nnd veteran editor of the "State Press" department of Tlie News, died at his home In Gulveston on the morning of the ICth. Mr. Stuart was the best known newspaper man In the state, having been In the editorial harness for over llfty years. He wad 81 years old at his death, ard leaves four children, three daughters and a son, all living In Texas. The newspaper newspaper fraternity In Texas will miss Mr. Stuart from the editorial ranks. STEPPED IN THE BOAT. San Marcos Texas Democrat. Hamilton Sluurl, "State Press" editor of The News, Is dead. With a life of labor tjpynt m trying to better the condition of mankind, he Ima laid down the burden--If burden It was, and stepped In tho boat that has borne him to the eternal shore. In times gone by, the Texan Democrat felt charted and has said harsh things in'reply to his cutting Hatire, but now, together together with all Texas, It stands with uncovered uncovered head bowed down In sorrow. ONE OF THE BEST OP -MEN. Grand Saline Sun. Hamilton Stuart, founder of the Galveston Galveston Civilian, and for the past twenty years on the editorial staff of The Gulveutun News, Is dead. He was known 'In Texas as "S'tate Press," from the title of the column he edited. He was a fine writer, ripe scholar and one of the bewt and most admirable of mull, and hta death will bu keenly felt by the craft throughout the enttrt* state. LONG TO BR CHERISHED. Victoria Advocate. Hon. Hamilton Stuart, the oldest ·editor In the MtiUe, both in point of ytars and length of editorial services, died at Gal- veuton on Friday of last week. Up to within a, few weeks of his douth he edttPd the "^tnte pr'·""«" n f Th* N*»wn. n !**- tmrintent which well reflected the richly utorod mind of the venerable worker. Ills memory will long be cherished by the newspaper fraternity of the state. - P.1PE WITH PROMISE. Huntsvllle Enterprise. As n unit the entire state press mourns the decease of the late lamented Hamilton Stuurt, the versatile and experienced editor editor of the exchange columns of The News. Ills demlfic was ripe w i t h promise of peace and Joy in tin- home beyond the sklea, and this wrltur has the pleasure of n-i-ollecllng his many kindly criticism* tnd comments upon our articles In this and contemporary journals. WELL INFORMED WRITER. Lockhart Phonograph. r-olon.--] R t » H r t . for many years the "State Press" oft The News, died one day last week. He was probably one of the best Informed writers on Texas history, history, was a personal friend of General HOIIHton's. He was connected with The News for nearly a Quarter of a century. HISTORY OF TEXAS. Mason County News. Mr. Hamilton Stuart, editor 'for many years of "State Press" In The News, and for fifty years a resident of Texas, died on the ICth at the age of 81. He WHS an Intimate friend of General Sam Houston, and his biography Is a history of Texas. He was a great and noble man. NOBLE OLD "-STATE PRESS." HIHsboro Reflector. Every Texas editor will bow his head In reverence to the memory of noble old Hamilton Stuart, the Nestor of the Texas press, who died last week. For years he has been known as "State Press" of the The Calves ton-Dallas News. After life's lUful fever may he sleep well. OLDEST LANDMARK. (Hays County Times. I n ' the death of Hamilton Stuart the ever Interesting "Stale Press" of The News, the press at large mourns the removal removal of Its grandest and oldeat landmark. We sadly miss him--his marvelous memory of the past and wondrous influence for good. LOVBD AND RESPECTED. Tlmpson Times. Hamilton Stuart, the venerable "State Press" of The News, peacefully passed ii'wuy at liU hoinu In Gulveston last wc.'k. I-Ie was perhaps the most widely known newspaper writer In the* state, and was universally loved and respected. HOLMES OF TEXAS. Yoakum Times. No prett f er compliment could be paid to tho cherished memory of "State Press" of The Now* t h a n the following from Wfifo News: "Colonel Hamilton fltuart was the Oliver Wendell Holmes of Texas." GLOWING TRIBUTES. DeWItt Populist Advocate. Hamilton Stuart, "State Press"-of The N'MVJ, died a fow d n y p ago. He wns tho veteran ncwspnper mon of Texan, ant) glowing tributes nre paid to his memory by tho ntatft prpua ospRclally. HEROIC WORKER. Cotulla Ledffcr. HOT.. Hamilton Stuart, the oldost active nvmb^r cf the Texas prons, tltfd last ^-eck at hln home In Galveston. Ho was a true dpnioorat f u n ) a bravtt and heiolc Tor hi* party. NK3TOR OK PRESS. Colp~.fin Voles. Colonel Hamilton Stuart, nestor of tho Tnxas press, for many ycur» editor of the Galveston Civilian, and afterword on Tho Newi. dltd la it w«ek. J 1 a ·

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 03 Dec 1894, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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