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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 September 1879

WEEKLY STATESMAN TERMS FOli WEEKLY t Babaerlotlon for twehr month t M Subscription for tlx months 1 15 VkTLMlM l IDTASCa. -t AUSTIN1 itfvcnUlDi Km tea I I t ! I ' I I Square lw tw 3w ilm m SiBttfm :m ly One... . Two ..... Thr.. Konr six V'. eo)... iialfeol.. Vam col.. 1 8 4 5 1 1.W 1 It1 A ? 19 IK a; 61 1 Si ft! 8 35; 451 IS 4l In. S5 35 45 W 6 1; 101 11 'Al 8 li 13 20 so; 8i HI 14 16; 45. H5 14' 1! 20 40 85' : Oil 85! 100 90 l.Vr 175 1W 2) 3ti0 S6I 82 88- 4i; 60; V5 PUKE 4F WKEKLV HUDICKU In Tiew of the hard times the price of the "Wkkxt Statrsmam will hereafter be only 2 a year ; $1.25 for six months. Now it the time to subscribe. To sutosorltoors Bj postal card other means being too expensive subscribers to the Statesman will be rendered accounts showing amounts due or soon to be- come due on subscription. It is a --ime of the year when all may settle accounts and subscribers aro rcquest- cJ in receipt of statements to remit at once. By the first of January it is proposed to hare...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 September 1879

i' Jv-V-V V r -1 i lYRBKLY STATESMAN PUULJSUED KT OAHDWKLIi A MOllltl- THUKS.nAY..SM'TEMBER in. 187'J Tur two mfo. VhiW( 1H. who were o i trial Suriay before Jus- tice L foi theft of two watches were riitrniuM' Hie S iite of t having nrii- cient evwier.ee t ''in I ib-ni over. Mu. jThs Mrf).NAi.i who ws awarded the contract to furnit.h the tone for the frmt of the Ihnock building has aite uumlier f hands busily engaged dressing the stone and it t tuning out lomv beautiful work. MArshaI. Ti'Biw m Tiiun-l Rxk with ibe assistance of Officer Johnson arrested negro charged with the theft of a horse at H und Rick niuht be- fore last. M nihil Tnol returned on the evening train taking the negro hu k with him. Thk Attorney General haa givm au opinion that uf relief can le framed t '.. . . i . piriUI.hi laVd purrua-en ny.iim land and that whenrtir the; f'l to conply with the terms of sale the offi- cer it rt quired "UDder the law to enter tip the foreclosure.- - Mr. W. E. f mitu -pjcial egctt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 September 1879

VEGKL1 STATESMAN FCBUSD.ED ET .3 1 l)..t . I i. T.; .c: ' te.ui to (in Hot. P-lbap tr.ej ale ttapcfitd bud will cjue lound all right ia a .day or two. Eat tbcy do sing 1 !j?cr much lower than they usel to. i jfammsn ia still bobbing around in Eat Texas; but he isn't hardly the half-IIammatt he was when he first leaped on the bare-back party aiid west sailing arouoi like Din R:ce'a clown last year. He iaa't bo noisy by half. lie ia taken aback staggered as it were by a terrific blow in bis bread- basket and in the midst of his modesty If be ever bad any. But Ilnmm&n isn't Hainan and is not as well hung. He datsa't mean any harm by his folly lie is only windy and can't contain himself and here was never a puffier subject than fiat money and EUmman is still pumping innocent thunder into it. He is the great gasometer though a Kale fellow of his big patty. The election of tbe next President 'iaay be thrown by the candidature of -HTrte-tyt-pjore aspirants into the House of Representat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 September 1879

THE STATESMAN TIIK OA.ULY pabuaaed every morning except Monday. T1IK WEEKLY abllahod. every Thnrs&ay mormnsj. AH bnalneae eorreepotideac. commonlcau see.-boold b addressed to OARDVELL HORRI Aaatln. Text rHE STATESMAN niJLt OXXOCBATIO 8TATXSXA3 acta copy year.. aia taar! copy six moatha. 6 'ale copy on aaoaia ttJ WIXXLT DEMOCRATIC. BTATXSMAH. S'nrle copy. f year as Vn ajui copy U mouth xi WEEKLY BEM0MTIC "'STATESMAN 0 VOL. VIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. SEP . KM BE 11 25. 1879: NO. 51 4 h V niRChLLANKOth TLs&iL 1S Do yon want a pure bloom- iut; Complexion i If so a fevr applications of Hasan's K AGISOLIA BAL31 will grat- ify yon to yor heart's con- tent. It tloM tvsvay wish .Sal- lownoss Rodncss. i'implos Il!otchos and c!ldiseacsand lnipcifoctioi:3 fcl'ths fikin. It orercomes the Unshed appear- acco of heat f.illsnc and ex- eitomcnt. It makes a lady of 1IIIUTV appear but TWEN- TY; and so natural gradual and perfect aro Its effects that it is Impossible lo detect Us application....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 September 1879

WEEKLUTATBSMAN TEIIJIS FOR WEEKLY l Huhncriptionfor twehra months...... iabtcripuoa for six months rATABL Is) ADTAHCa. f J CO 1 AUSTIN- Advertlatna; Kami lw'aw!w;lm m Srafim $m ly Square One Two Thee.... Voar Ht .-fx .)t-vA... ii all col.. Mjn eol. . tin .' v. 45 V. I; s- e 11 t M m J't M mo 8 5 6 7 14 4 8'' Hi 15 b . 7 10; U' 1" ! 8 li 11 J 6 si 10i n 14 1 ti S5! .HI 6! 1 II fi HI 14: 1H; to; ss v 5ft f' 3i 4ii W; 75; IS 1M 0 PKICK OF WEEKLY HEUK'KU In view of the hard times the price of the Wemxt Statesman will hereafter feonly 2 Je&r t1-25 or Bx month. J Kow is the time to subscribe. Sq Du"bsoritoors By postal card other means being too expensive subscribers to the States as will be rendered accounts showing amounts due or soon to be- come due on subscription. It is a time of the year when all may settle accounts and subscribers are request- j0if In receipt of statements to remit at once. By the first of January it is Mproposed to hare all outstanding mat- ters closed and a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 September 1879

V nrnampflii it) 1:1 III l I I A THURSDAY.. SEPTEMBER 2 1879 Tub Wi:limon county lair opens at Georgetown Oc.obtr 7 and ends on the tenth. Tins number in attendance at tbe camp meeting now being carried oo under the aui-pices of R '.v. Mr. Penn wu estimated at between fiva and six thousand i we are informed by a gentleman who was present. Thr Governor refuse to have the road bed cf tbe Ga'.f Colorado and Santa Fe Railway inspected until trains ran over tbe road to Bjllville. An incomplete bridge prevents this lor the pieectt. ITence certificates will not issue immediate to the company. BorsohtheTrms. Passengers oo tbe luternaticual report that un the night of the eighteenth between Pal- rstine and Hearne a e'uI chill was born on tbe train. Every Attention possible under the circumstance. wa rendered and mother and child were taken off at Ilearne Loth doing well. Mr. Fparsman sergeaot-at-aims. retched the city Sunday moruin-: hav- ing in charge A. II. Weir charged with land crookedne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 September 1879

1? if PCBTJSEED BT CAltDWELTj ae. 3IORniS. THURSDAY.. SEPTEMBER 2 1879 Tax Facta bb4 ITaaeleas Negroei are moTin2 from Williamson county to Limpasas. UjUitoa needs another cotton com- pete and xt will ha Lai It. Tho Coraic&ns ant ru-el cc ittii- road is still being agitate.!. Captain Sam Abe of Houston Las gose-ict the theatrical world. The negroee have Stturdsy horse racing of their own at L ckbart. Hri. YT. B. Cross wifa of the pro- fessor died last week at Lqktart. Profeasor Cevoir i in Hou3toa pre- paring for an ascension with hia air queen. Pillot'i opera house at Ilainton was rlnly opened for the first time on Thurs- day evening. Many people have gone from Lam- pasas to Georgetown to attend Major Peon's revival. School bonds of Denison are sv.d to be not worth the paper whereupon they are printed. 2 A. butcher firm iu Waco have made engagement! for Kansas beef during the coming winter. Trains run on the "Waco extension of the Central to Ross station twelve miles beyond Wac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 October 1879

TUB STATESMAN T1IK DAILY pmMiMed every morning exert t If ondaf T1I12 WKLKLV abllshod every Tbnriwlaj- nuirmiur. All baataeea cuiieeponrleare. oipnlrJ( U.b'Wild a. addressed to CAB1IWKLL 4c SlOIIHI Air tin. Teie WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC rHR '8TATESMA DAJXY DrMOCliATIO BTATEhMA arte copy na year . v lejgle copy sis months . ti tgi copy obs month WIBU.T DMOCBATIO. STATESMAN. VOL. VIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. IS79 NO. 52 Sing! copy cm. year ft j c wcvfiui waiua l . STATESMAN nDtrELLANF-OtR. Ladies Do yon want a pure bloom- ing Complexion If so a few applications of Hagan's MAGNOLIA JJALH will grat- ify you to yor heart's con- tent. It does away wllli Sal- lowness Redness. Pimples Blotches sicd all diseases and iraperfet tions of the skiu. It overcomes the Hashed apwar- ar.co cf heat lali:;ue aud ex- citement. It makes a lad v of iHIItTY appear but TV EN- TV; and so natural giuilnal and perfect are its effects that it is impossible to detect its application. J-IAMOND SPECTACLES. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 October 1879

Ir'MLBTATESMAN TCK7IS FOn WEEKLY t :hrr!ption for twelve months :jfcrijtUa for itx mouths f' . TAT XSIJC Ut ADVaJKB. AUSTIU AeWertlsInx Rateaj . 1 25 Sqnars lw.2w 3w;lmj B) :in 6ra jOm j ly On? Two Three.... J- oar..... Five MX Or. cot... ii alt col.. one co!.. -t 154 ?:) lis '" 3j ; ' ! 11 .6! 7 li' J.;;- i H 9 IV l-il 71 ii it- !' sr.i .1. a '45 K 61 8! W 13! i 8! 15! 11! ll J5 8.-.I So-: 65! W 6o- Mi l'O 14l lrfi J S 35' 55i SO lSo 17" SS &i 3b: 4o 6U 75i 150; iJ 3U KICB OV WEEKLY HtUllbO In Tiew of fie hard times the price of the 'Weekly Statessiak will btreafter be only f 3 a jear ; f 1.25 for six months. New is the time to subscribe. "2?o OuToscrilDors By postal card other means being too expensive subscribers to the Statesman will be rendered accounts showing amounts due or soon to be come due on suoscripcion. jx la a ;ni8 of the year when all may settle iccounts and subscribers' are request- ed in receipt of statements to remit It once. By the first of January it is prop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 October 1879

iriniiri it on imii I' If: IV K lit I I I r 11 1 L PCBLISHKD BT. CAHOWKIih k MOIUIIS. THUJiSDAY OCTOBER 2 1579 Joos W. Btrd of Houston to cru- elly aod wantonly murdered id Furt Bend county on Thursday lust was an exemplary young ruar. Ut was a brother iu-Ww of Col. Will Lambert aod leaves a young wife and one small child. Hi dying dec'aration shows Lit murder to h-ive been most foul. Ma M. Pagui the carriage wagon and buggy dealer on Fecan street is better prep area to mm - - neatest work in the Stale. He has twelve hands employed in his estab- lishment and keeps them busy from morning till night turning out new vehicles of every dercription and re- pairing old ones. Mr. Paggi keeps ahead of fell competitors in workman- ship and pi ices. Rjad hia advertise- ment in soother column. LotT Boy Inpokmati n Wanted Robert E. Lee Brown or as he is more commonly cnlled Lee or Bab Browr agea about 15 years light complexion with scar on his forhead over one of hit eyes who left hia home in Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 October 1879

PUBLISHED BY C&UDWKLIi fc MOltltlH. THURSDAY OCTOEER 2 1379 TexasFarts and Fancies; Corn 8clU at 40 cents in Sherman. An ofatrich (arm is to be started in Pans will soon erect a large cotton factory. Cotton pickers era in demamd in Fannin county. A party of Bhcrinanitcs havcemipra- ted to Arizona. Llano cattle are not subject to ticks go says the Dulldin. Anderson county will build a new jail at a cost of $20000. A good "top crop" of cotton is an- ticipated in Dallas coonty. . The Knights of Honor in Houston claim a membership of 150. The Erenham saloon keepers will not . oppose the bell punch law. An average yield of cotton is an- nounced in Gonzales county. Col. Charles Stewart is counsel for the liquor dealers at Houston. P.C.Robs is going to publish a stock book of Western Texas. Death sentence lias been passed upon the Browns in Denton county. War is reported in Coleman county between the cattle and sheep men. Business in Hilton is active and merchants are satisfied with pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 October 1879

ii it MnTirJEGp) THE STATESMAN WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN THE STATF T i IlltIV - Tormsit DAILY DEMOCRATIC PTATEiX i . Single copy one year ; Single copy tix montba S'ngic copy one moo Ut WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATK-y Single copy one year . . Slngie copy alx monUxa.... In pahli-tud every morning except Mosiiay. Tlie Weekly i( paWlfbf d eyry TUnrfdey morning. All bo Inrtcc rr-po''rt oc'e'ininalcatlon. etc atiould be addrewnl to CAKDWELI. 4 WOKRI-. AfTI Si- VOL. VIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9. IS79. NO. 53 JIlSfEHANEOrS. Do yon want a puro bloom- ing Complexion J If so a IV w ar-locations of Hasan's MAGNOLIA HAUl will &rat- ii'y you (o yo-jr heart's con- tent. It docs nway a 1 1 1 1 Sal- lov.ness Kivhijv-s. Pimples .PdoUhes sir d r.'htisensrsaiid inip?rlofcti''i:s oi' 1 ho s I si. It overcomes 1 ho Unshod appear- ar.ee of heal faihriio and ex- ritement. K nukes a hid v of T.I1KTY' appear but TWEN- TY; and so natural gradual and peifect an it eiletts that it is imvossil.de to d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 October 1879

W. STATESMAN 3f FOR WEEKLY t ... ion for twetva month . pUon for six months rATA-BOI ADTAJICE. Advertising BttMl .$ 00 .. 1 jdajgmj -.are lw Sw 3w lm m S! J. ! 6 n $15 II 1 sr. r 66 &0 to w MO 175 9U0 sr. 65 Ml f col.... : col.... 5) Ss 75 uut MU ;;JCB OF WEEKLY BEDICKM i Tie w of tbe hard timet the price of Weekly States an will hereafter c&ly 3 a year; $1.25 for six month. .T :t the time to subscribe. o Dutoscrltoors Zj postal card other means being o expensiTO subscribers to the . aTesmas will be rendered accounts oaring amounts due or soon to be .:.5 doe on subscription. It is a Ja of the year when all may settle ousts and subscribers are requeat- ia receipt of statements to remit r ace. By the first of January it is 'ed to have all outstanding mat 's closed and a prompt reply will 3 farther trouble in collecting bills r friends regarding this as buai- 3 will not fail to respond. SK STUDY AND PRACTICE Of 3IEDICIM? BY WOMEN. eiety Jw-accustomed to do the fair V grossest I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 October 1879

J I f i WliliKtiV STATIsSMAK I CIiLlSUKO BT CAHDWKUL A M tilt I THURSDAY OCTOBER 9. 19 Wk learn that tho Attorney General Las recently dcci led that shi-riflV ac- count for conveying witnesses fforu CLe county to anutl.tr are not payable uoti. I ho cafe i trie 1 arid a convict ion or as tiittbl of felony is had. S- the act ol Die Uht Iv-gislature for the re- lief of plwrilT in tine particular proves to le s failure. A HKi.LK of Austin visiting Sin An- tonio writing to a friend in tuis city eays: ' Tho town is very much im- proved. Yuu outfit to ice the old Alamo; it la so modernized and fixed op that it has not the remotest resem- blance to what it was. I cannot say though that I think it is an improve- ment. I would sjcb rather see it as it was before." Mb. J. B Nunklley of U.-ll county is in the city making preparations ti start a factory for the macufai ture of Webster's patett machine-made paper sacks. He hopes lo build up a big trade in Texts and will give employ- ment to a num...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 October 1879

SESAlOi: jIAXLV si'ILCII. - On Friday eycin in accorJance with invitation Scsitor Mxoy ad- dressed the puUic fc' Miiictt's Opera House in this c.tj. crowd including n. most iuteliicnt vM in? i i'i and tuc iu;;:-.- v have eten :l-::ctl xr-uUvnn ia Austin. The speaker iirst caUuI a'.toatlvn to tho vATERi.tT. i.vrnr.n-TS ov texas go tar as tfiey arc ni'iMf-r-i cicc-toing Federal supervision. II Rnoke of the great need and jiTip"r;i:ivj improve- ments in the potjal s"rvic of Texis. Oar Tast inerev; ia population our great fxtent of territory o-ir qrowins; Commerce and lmin'?5 uew iiici ren- der this a subject ff KrcV. liferent to the people of this RtVe. A3 c!i.:nnaa of the Postal C mnittoc of the rk-nat" the Senator haa had unn?ut facilities for aiding progres" ia tiii:i direction nd he called notice to tho ciimc-rom and Talnablo irrprove::i-n!a m the pos- tal service in Texas sir.ci I. is accession to office. Kextin importtiriee waa men- tioned the subject of frontier defense a subjec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 October 1879

WEEKLY 'DEMOCRATIC STATE H K STATESMAN Fox-xtt.tji DAILY DEMOCRATIC PTATFSM VK. mio Dally la pal-Urbed every tuonlnj; nrer. Monday. Tin-Weekly Is pnhliebed every Than day co ninj. " All ba-iiwese-rrewponil. nee miBiir.lrmlion etc should be aridrrveit M ' CAKPWEi.I. Mi'RBI'. Single copv one year Sin Je copy six. Booths fsojjlee. jy ona oiouib.. $! fry ... ' 4. 'Hi i.M AUSTIN TEXAS THUKSD'AY. OC i OliEU 10..1S7S). WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATKSMAV VOL. IX. NO. 54 Single copy one year f-; n SiHi cty sii months ". .'.'" i vo THE STATESMAN mm indies Do you want a pure bloom- iK CmjiPxioH I If so a fvxr aisplifatlOHH of Hasan's MAGNOLIA HA1.M. will Grat- ify yoa to yo-:r hfai t's con- t tut. 1 1 docs away wilh Sal-Jo-rness Httlncss. Pimples. Mlotclies :;i:d all diseases and imperiW licus ollio skiu. It overcomes tho Huslicd amear- ance of licit fatigue and ex- titement. It males a lady f HIIKTV appear hut TWEN- TY; and so natural gradual and perJWt are its effects that it U iniposUde to detect ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 October 1879

nftl ' TV ..".- v.Tr --1 1.1 1 i TF.Il.HH FOIt WEEKLY t flnhfcrlwt'on for twelve month t' W uuecripliun fxr ix mnnUia 1 z5 riiiPUE is aDvaacs. Jldirertlslna: ItatMt I I ; I . Sqn.if! jlw 4-v 'iw Im m Ira ftm '9m One Two Three ar Kv Mx l)r. col liaSf col.... One eol.... i i. sr. i l r. is .-! Ml 7" 4: H. 8 !i 4: fe is it it. t-r as ed! 8.1 100 175 Hi ' vi Stij 40; IBM; S5 22. 3b 4rtj W 7.'i lWi a 3u0 HICK OF WEEKIV HEDl'CED la flew of the Lard times the price of the Weekly Statesman will hereafter be only f2 a jcar ; $1.2 for six months. Now is the time to sabscrioe. 1 j n?o SulDscritoors By postal card other means being too expensiye subscribers to the Statesman will be rcDdcred accounts bowing amounts due or soon to be- come due on subscription. It is a tiino of the year when all may settle accounts and subscribers are request- ed in receipt of statements to remit at once. By the first of January it is . proposed to have all outstanding mat- v closed and a prompt reply will further...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 October 1879

A. 3- a i tat ifwri V ff BBKLY STATESMAN Fl'BLISUKM BT THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 t8'.9 That ctnard nf tbe Sin Antonio t'j-jT(xH about freights (hi ;n Austin Im-iii .ut up rnc hundred per cent. H t thin. It is aiuipiy trying to rati- buck t San Antonio wuuft fel- li.w wdo ncrstxt ia lutuliiig produce frcm lies r Hun Autoiiio to Austin (rum the A'anio city. Tiik Ioternati ioal no I the tlouiton sod (treat Northern Rtilroa I were sold a' auction ia this city M inday for 3 ca.b. This slt was only to conliitu a former kale under the first mortgage and was a matter of prrcan'ion to hind the former rale of July 31 1379. Geo. S aley of Gal vest. n was the- purchaser for tbe trn'.ee Messrs. K rnedy and S can of New York. It will interest our fair readers to know tbat Mr. Sidney 8 ymojir of Georgetown won tbe highest premium for tbe best bual on exhibition at Me Williamson county fair tbat tbe fl or used was made by tbe mills of tie Chambers Brothers of thin cltv. Mr?. Siymour should not bn suff-re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 16 October 1879

........ - I ; STATESMAN i rCEUSEEQ EY ' ''"' zjAitowiuivr. & siointiH. IURSDAY OCTOBER 1C. l79 Kdllotlal Notes. Prof. Clmrcti of West Toint Acad- ahy's that candidates for that in- wulToa are not nearly 10 weM Ctteil aa ;ty weic a quarter ol a century ago. luM.linn Wrtl nf T'liilarlolnhU d3 decided that the Grand Army of he U'public is not a secret society and that therefor Catholics may be metn- i herfl. ' It is stated on high authority that S"ntor Crnre will not change the name of his son Roecoe Conkling Brace -ntil Conkling admits that he is Ruiltj A toe great transgression. It is reported in Providence that Governor Bprague will shortly come oat v.ta an unvarnished tale with reference to the 8 Hair at Canonchet in which Senator Conkling and the German tutor jfre involved. Tbe South is getting itsjnota of Eu- ropcan immigrants ot late. 1 he tteam- !ir Werder which arrived in New Vork on Wednesday brought 220 im- migrants' who are to colonize near Han Antonio Texas. Notuing h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 23 October 1879

WEEKLY DE RATIC UK STATESMAN I I it- I-ll-t pnMUh.d ey mnrticj. ex.iF4 Mo&diy. 'Alio Weekly Is fjeUitrtcd cv tj Tlnr- ir moiling. Alllm inw.r. ir.r-potd'nc'imiaa'-.JcttOLf. ie rhulj be eM:ea.d t- cAHOWEU. morim. - aoti. -txi. Termai D.vu-T onocaiTic BTAl ESXAN. tae r !1 09 Pla Ie tupv ill Bto-ta.... c tn bMofl.e jj. . stoats i.( WKXKLT DM0OUTIC STATESMAN B iBfle copy ewe year . fi. 8 tag e e-jpy alt moatht I VOL. IX. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. OC OBER 23. ISTi). NO. 3 i iih .VI A i KSMAN MOC STATESMAN; cue Do you rant a pure bloom- it:?: Onii!exiou I If so a tew u)):imtinn of Hasan's M Af;.Ni)LI.V liAI.M will firht- iVy yoa to yor lioart's con- trol. . IL dors nway wlili Sal- "uwuess IJ.:!2if-ss. IMinpies iJ'otciios :ir:! ail dis:';!M'S r.ml IMJK'VfrctitlS of Ui skin. It T?rc:i:i'.s (.V iliisInMlnjtiH'ar- s:sfft of Ik'.t.' f;i1i::uc ?.sii ( x- t'tniu ttf. It make? n Ir.'.'y of l HIUTY v?ozr It TW KN- IT; ami so isaliiral. gi-utlual End prrftot arc its elects that ft m inipossifclr t...

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