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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
<f W "M The Times ah VJL \ VOL. XXI. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1870. Edward Wilder'# Column. MATERIA MEDICA Contains no more acknowledged powerful and ef- taotlva mi dii'ines than thoHOiiftho vegetable kiug- dltto. At tliii Hamo time it in a fact Deyond dis- pute Uuvt bik1> medicines leave in tlio human sya- i uu oud i-tltotH. Therefore it should be man's fly to uvuid all medicines that In any form con- Uu loust part of any of thtt ma y mercurial araouicn) preparations. (lultl | \ turn ■M<, Mlul i- n fe,ia KDWABD WlLDElt'S STOMACH BITTERS * t- L'V'j'f.,1 -'ctftVlu, It iu«ffjon the Hiok and «n- t "ko a olinrm, (rivtii" iiuwi roriiwed vigor J «ui<i stron/'th. Tho old o*"' <1 ,i young, as alwo luuios conlliiiid to tho hov^°> ought to use it freely; ujere is nothing thatgi-'-'s such appetite, at onco ■i up the tone " the stomach, thereby giv- |l | (f bcaltli and vigor to tho syatem. FILCH TYLER. ¥ m 1st' KIIIVABU WlLDElt'S SARSAi'ABlLLA & l'OTASU in t r...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
.-•if n yjN WEEKLY TIMES AND REPUBLICAN. .. ior mtrols tho issue of buc- . Moneyed men require e ability, watchfulness, ntegrity. They will take >arrow, contracted views to ' ffiiir of such moment, and icli comprehensive views of .•cat States, cities and eommn- A the West, the representatives tapital and enterprise, look to a southern road to the Pacific as the ba- sis of a new and unparalleled prosperity. They care not who build it, so it is constructed, and completed rapidly. None of their people have been subjec- ted to military tyranny, or divested of 1 the privileges of American citizens, and " vy not felt that the claims of a com- buman'ty have been outniged. t'ople of Ttyuw bav^and will re- ti< (k*bf thefyoeation of the for many yenrtf to cou«,. the injustice with whnh they have been treated. It u: difficult, even in ordin- ary times to tit.:e up men and thrust them into prominent positions whose conduct has been regirded as unjust and reprehensible. It h more so now; a...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
•w THE JEFFERSON WEEKLY Tl. ipiirations Co., US Mid 117 leans, La. ly Owen lEltS. lr.nATH >jn |a bun in a few • p-ermrations * to the fuel Uwriodloa and |y valuable in lice* far which Igely into the |rs,') in tin yel To clergymen ly reooinmen-f lie lungs ane I from irreprt* toothing to ■ i - * ■. Thou lrnting act nilatoi- of i If the ba loot c ail1! lull of tl<* (Dirt plllLV i that it in liich will gi\ Ithe liver and letiro 1111(1 in-. I UI i ba.^ ■Hi ■ m stable Incut of the In. It in thftj l>die. Chif4 ' an directs llious fovL lin mediciS re. Thin ill liui'd in heir ledient, it i ltahlu timifl 1 chill at the::; Id enables it 1 |lie cane with blindness, Jill druggist* I the money |h Atisfliot ioi i. IA CO., ['opiii.'torH. Cordial. I Cordi.d for It infantum, lain* in th>- It ho bowels, Yhtea of 0011- II h< bowels. 1 in Now Or- |ough nevt r like nature Jcnown. We leil satisfied lie favor. I t ! lly harmless. Ii safety. A j lively banish lli.'1'S should |>CH not (lot ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
.LY TIMES AND REPUBLICAN. • *>y imm- inent a ■••liuK that '•lake up .11 af-(.je [ur _ork anS jjjv. Ho 0-m ut *u the /, and Home of the first Orleans went on bis bond. 1 it happen that Major an estimable gentleman of und who had no official con- ith General Boughton'a office, •ed to gm> a bond of $25,000 ¥ in Texan. The truth ia, the matter waH uu outrage, and in ,ato where arbitrary power, never „iced to juatice, conscience, or the future—in other words, not believing there was any hereafter, went ahead, as UfiUaly, blindly. If Houghton had been in Texa-t, we venture to say his bond would have been fixed at, $100,000. State Fair at Houstob.—Wo admire nt, lK' the uncivil,,,,- t r~ ... . . , auy were treated. | I,ubho 8Innt' enterP"« . and bber- can be felt for the ' of tho people of Houston. The OLton or its chief offictjj. 'oiVmna of that, place propose to hold a (lov-jperienced and witnesSf Stale fair on the 17th of May. The ed tliei " losp >tfc treatment to their fellow-m...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
THE JEFFERSON WEL HU ®im« anil fkpuMwau. |site to )6Bt Of |sets of , |O80 ?) * • f \ * 1.4 ii * > I ■ ■ ■ . i A- . , BRIGHAM YOUHQ. The Probable Object of Hia Expedition South. [Correspondence New York Tribune.] Brigbam's exploring expedition south, undertaken on the 24th ult.t is the one subject of conversation. He was ac- companied by his favorite Amelia, one of his counselors and a dozen or so of the elders apd apostles, outfitted for a two or three-months' trip. Orders had been previously sent to St. George for forty men to hold themselves in read- iness, with forty days' rations, to move at a moment's notice. St. George, three hundred miles south of this city, is the southernmost considerable set- tlement. of the Mormons and the furth- est telegraph station in that direction. Brigliam and his party arrived there last night. According to tho story, there is a rainy belt of country about three hundred miles south of St. George, large enough for a State, which the Mormons know ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
-LY TJ|\iks AND REPUBLICAN. ,%tAW «, t.jcaiU April .. istern bound "am on ork Central Rt . ran ofl'tbe track* tear Sandy Cat. A freight train bound tent ran into tho wreck, injuring two .uen and killing fifty head of cattle. The paHsenger trains were delayed in consequence. Buffalo, N. Y., April 10—The first ' steamer of the season started for Chi- cago via the Lakes this morning. Fortress Monroe, Va., April 1(J.—A >ieuvy northeast storm is now prevuil- Sug. Urkeni'Oht, (Long Is'.and,) April 16. ^-Commodore Meade, U. S. N., v-as .struck by paralysis to-day. Ho was tuken to "the hospital. Norfolk, Va., April 16.—The school- ship Mercury is reported to- have went ashore at,4o'clock this morning, twelve miles off Utye Henry. No lives .lost. Assistance will be from this city. San Fran^co, April *"*.—-Tlio ngent nf the Ttnuessee plantenT e«nt to China to procure laborers returned by the sti«i'« America. He said his mission vR unsuccessful. A dispatch from Virginia City, Ne- vada, says...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
THE JEFFERSON WEEKLY Sabbath Sc iiool Cklkbbation.- On Satar- financial and commercial. OmoE or the Times *ni> Repuiiuoan, I Wednesday, April '20, 1870. j Receipts of ootton Jesterday were £52 bale*, nearly all sold at 15i@.l"4, specie. Where parties detired to make purchases a go-d orti cle brought a fraction more, say, 17i. V c piote as follows: low ordiuary. 15; ordinary, loj; middling 17(a>17i; good middling uouii uu!. business was Yery fair yesterday. We refer to our quotations lor price of gold and neral merchandise. itprSO-dlt limes* anil gjcpttbtfam. |M Local Intelligence. Citizen* Meeting. At a meeting of the citizens of Jefferson, held at the Mayor's office, relative to the means to be adopted for the improvement of the navi- gation between this city and Slireveport, La. On motion, Colonel A. G. Malloy was called to the chair, aud K. D. Bateman Esq., was Appointed Secretary. After a free disscuRsion of tho subject, it was moved by J. C. Murphy, Esq.: The city of Jef-...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Times and Republican — 21 April 1870
/ ( XY TIj~t .a herself to o. The yonng men tuation of affairs. Vf1. about it, B several moot sS&fiKLY TIMES AND REPUBLICAN. .uuiuf,' that do good r1 He t«fu Uc the J -A •ldersou . Apr, <V ■ufcxandor mra A Bullbiger W, 0, . owning Mrs 8, Binfftrd lV lO^jiton It, Baker W II, fclUfckburnF, Boek M L, fTJcley F A Co, Buck A T, ,"liner B W, Berry llr J M, •UJcrry H, Bristoe B II, 'llJlackboru Mra Mittlo. . C I> vCoffey H, Clark Janicu, 'Child* Mrs S A, Conerly H, t Chandler Mrs E, Carlisle Henry Graver 1)11, <DyerFM, Dual A J ^)arri « B M '■ D x Ei rvin Mis F Fisher T J Garvin F Gilson it Griguths J E Oont Miss. Heath MiH B Hinos Mrs 8 E Hall J (1 tleagon John Hauser H M Horner B Harding I) Hays IjC 2 Hughex J W Harden W Duke M S, DwanJ M, Donaly llobt Davidson E, E F U Foster H Fitzgorald W'P Gaddow E S Griflin II (JanlT Miss V Aims W P. < Buumier L 2, Butler L, Byrom James, Barnett It II, Baugh D W, Bickliam T D, Behan W, Campbell T D, Collins P. Cognevicn D, Duffy It W...