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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 30 June 1881

. THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. how tii e systems grow. reference to its influence ou party It i believed ut New Orleans il.at I nnnageincnt an.l success. As tlie Southern Pacific railway niaun- AU-STIN TEXAS. TIKSSrOS TUB WEEKLY: ' Subscription for twelve; months. Htilufcrlptloii fur six months Advertising Kates t i I II1I0.-. Two Three Four Hive six or. col Itnlf col One eol i I m -1m Cm :9ra ly t 14 S 4 B 11 $ iO .11 MO m ri " 4 5 h 11 in a .1 fi 7 1 i; r. n 4 fc 81 HI IS SI" S5I 4!i ft 7 fl Jl If. SSi 45 5j (1 S li in 211 SO m g IS U 1 MS 8'S 50 RAj 14 lt ill to 83 ftfi 90 lS.ll us liit 7r liM) o gers have secured the railway from IIjiton to New Orleans for a con- tinuous lin- iu..!ulinif the Sunset roinl. from lhe (Julf of Mexico to the Gulf of t'ii!iforuia. It is already 1111-dor-li.od dial tin: Inst named load belong to Hie Southern Pacific and Hint Mr. Pierce will 1eforc long virtually transfer lilt road to the . Huntington pari v. The line of the road is being rapidly pushed beyond...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 30 June 1881

THE TOKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN . .TEXAS. THURSDAY. .JUNE 30 1881 Local and Other News Weather Bacon!.! '. . For the week ending Saturday Juns Si 1881: Highest temperature M.00 Lowest temperature SO.OO Average ftor the week. :i . ..- 18-"0 Rainfall Inches. .. . .Y. .... . Average temperature'for correnpond- in week in 1880 Rainfall laches Merauhls llosultal Medical College open October 3rd. Address the dean Memphis. Tennessee. Junel6w2m Col. John 8. Kord received a telegram yesterdsy from Col. 8. B. Caiube. health oDBcer at Mstsiuoros bringing the lad newt of the death of lieu. fServando Can- ale. He wii a great Irlend of Texaf and the state will feel hla loss. 1 An accident occurred on the Central Mouday evening that probably would have been very aerioua had it not been lor the heroic conduct of Engineer lieu- ton who atuck to his engine and checked the train In time to aave many Uvea. Ill conduct la highly tpoken of ly paaaengera who were on the train. Friday deputy sheriff Hill of Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 30 June 1881

THE Mim STATESMAN AUSTIN.;". . . .TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .. . .JUNE 30 1881 iouiall iue great racer was bred by Mr. Alexander of Kentucky ; aud sold as a yearling at the Wood- lurn sales in for $6.rA I TjiREK thousand foreign immi grants . reached - Baltimore in the space of two hours the other day They came on two steamers direct from Europe. I l1ut Garflcld-Conkling fight has done what no other human agency ' has ever before been able to acconi plish squeezed a little truth out of ' the Republican party. Sixty thousand Jews "are ex . pected to immigrate to Spain in consequence of the decision of the i government allowing Jews expelled from Russia to come to Spain. . Jay Gould and others have filed r articles of incorporation lor the Mis'- .. souri Faciilo railway .in Nebraska. t. They will bnild a "river line from " Omaha to Atchison or St'. Joseph A CffftCK- for 114949052.20 was given the other day by the president of tho Pennsylvania Central railway i for the purchase of the Phila...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 July 1881

Mincellan08 Advertisements. PI 01 cn X 14 r- 5 SJ- 0 0 a ' CQ U (D p u aJ 3 Q O 2 2 Si . o z 3 o O. O o r- c5 u a. LU X o LU X 0) KiTii i.-i-Kj life 5 :t cm3 S-3 it 3! II Mai ill? Jill -iJS 4 IS-SS 5 7 J 5 T- -C G i J 1K iii:M WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Gun Store or J C. PETMECKY It better prepared than ever .to furnish the State or Texas with breech-loading run single and double-barrel shot-guns from $16 and upwards. A full stock of CUNS. RIFLES PISTOLS ETC. Of the beat and most Improved English and American manufacture. Also a full stock of Paper and Brass Shells fads and Caps and a full line of dialling TaclclQ. Repairing and furtiishlnir for guns specialty. He will guarantee as good work as sclentlQo mechanism can pro due. Call ai see him. au'iikUwiy OATH) IAHDBETH SONS Philadelphia P no FEE Bartl mt U imM. will k. J-r la tar M. l.l TAfVHrt'VJ M thwtaut St. UK J AvAilJiJO Sai.it LouU Mo. Bvffwlar tdlM.lt K)rrtBa ..d a lHMfi of bM aoaw tnr SiMaM. Iouiim Dr. J. ! tk.M i-bm. al to. .1 at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 July 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TEEIS TOE THE WEEILY : Subscription for twelve month 92.00 Subacriptlon for air months l.Sft A4artlalaar Hataal Itwjswjlmj mjsmUm Square lw J on Ti Three.... Four Five fix ... .. tr. col... . Half col.. On Ull.. 10 1 s 1SI 94 M M 70 41 SI r l Ml tsi 45 66 6S 861 ISO ti 7 8 1 IN 80 KiO 175 SuO v PKICE OF THE WEEKLY EEBDCEO. In rlew of tho hard timet the price of ihe Weekly Statesman will hereafter be only 2 a year; 1.25 for tlx month. Now ia the time to iubicribe. THURSDAY JULY 7 1881 Tick Memphis Avalanche thinks no just or logical argument can be made in favor of the establishment of several thousand whipping posts in Tennessee. - Senator Johnston of Virginia believes that the Democracy of that stato will gain a great victory in November even if tho administra- tion carries out the unholy alliance with the rcpudiators with all its forces. He is doubtless correct. Brownwood is a candidate for the state university and its citizens publish a manifes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 July 1881

THE MlUi STATESMAN s - AUSTIN TEXAS. TtfCRSDAY '- .JULY 7 1881 Weather Kxconl. For the week ending Saturday July 2 11: IIMiriit temperature. i !ft.00 I.owchi tuif riuuro. fi.ou Average for the week 88.00 Kuinfall. 1st da? July Inches 15.00 Arrraira teuiDerature for corresDOud- loir weeklul&so 82.00 K.tiufall. inches 1 .01 This pant month of June no rain at all; the driet on record tince 1H63 when At Inebei of rain fell. LILLY Bimn. Local and Other News. Memphis Hospital Medical College open October 3rd.. Address the dean Merapl4.Te tin esse. junel0w2in " Mr. P. "W. SeideM had hi barn tables corn and wagon destroyed by Are a few dayi ago. Loss f 40.' : " County collector Morris paid into the state treasury yesterdaj- a(LS3S.M 'and Info the county treaaury. $04). a t - ... '' Contractors and builders; will find in to-day's paper the advertisement of the capitol commissioners asking for bid to ' erect the new atate house. Wood men willflud In to-day's paper in official advertisemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 July 1881

The weekly statesman AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. .JULY 7 1881 Tiik lieat U dryiug up everything except that little Dallas commotion caused by the recent ratlroad-gro- ccry-order. A Detroit woman sues for divorce alleging- among other things that her husband would not permit her to warm her feet against him in bed JiLixa no Jonirer "Honest John. an Ohio collego lets the ex-secretary down easy havinz made him Dr Sherman by right of the degree' LU IK The Alta California) estimates that the wheat crop of California will tall from one-quarter to one-half be low what it was last year. Other crops however promise favorably Ah a result of the "superintend eut 'of pnbHc free schools being coin mirittioncd to import foreign teach ers into Texas.the rising generation may learn to spell nation with a very . large capital N. Tiik Examiner continues to throw very dirty tranli at Austin. We can utrordito stand it however when con sidering that it works iu iutercst oi a cause that is hopeless the lo ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 July 1881

Miscellaneous Advertisements. o3 - s id! CO X - r Ul o p-o ' e -I - jj - 9 rt O ;g i t: ; O 2 O o r- S ui CL lu X o ' Ul' :X r- oi -SI 0 0 u 2 CQ (D P Pi oJ (D K " ws. 'V -v SATIS IA5DEETH & 80H3 Philadelphia 'Ior.twf.M' .. . ( . ..: ... '.ffldiilil lK .... . co s sets:; li-i...ii-r 1 l.-i i. Jl xl it; i liar.) rTT vtKir rutikt miolDH At:r 7 .'-iin at iiluu..'.wil li ctiv.l n:.t li-.-r t-. . i nll-iran "in-w. .MrA t f Mtf Mil r-fVI !T' iraoa-Vinea. fruit .ml OKlALL M I V! I'FrMmrn'W I W rn Till N'lW. eU. I " Ulrilll'. I. ripe H A.1-.X 1 1 . l-.r.Hlt S LVi.el. 'till AOrnrn-tOhe-tniit .Ml tlWlll-r.lvl 9 I (Mo. UaUUlCIIf Willi II .-..I'd -lla' . l-.vr.-t. fin- -v7tll IVtr. IHI.W..N.n. .(lt J-i. T0BR HAKRISOTT ft CO.. Painr'.vWr- Q tTnill rfll a Tfrtv4 win ba Aawntl. l tiny aai DR. JACQUES 7 4 Itcritout St. Mni.it IAiii. Mo. ttrtf uiatr adutiaiiOB vkprrlvuM aut a kMltin of bli fruwt aver tiitMW. lutittc r. J. M thM Ufna ml lh iUetint Mia eurMl In Vw All tl 1l kjw tanlllnf friMa .r i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 July 1881

J THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTDf TEXAS. TEEM TOR THE fEIILI: . Subscription for twelve month. .j..?2 00 Subscription for tix months 1.23 A4Trtlatac KaUesit SOUeX One Two Tbrw.... Your..... n MX Or. col... llalf eol.. One eol . . MM' PRICE Of THE f HILT REDUCED. In view of the hard timet the price of the Wzsklt Statzsmaw will hereafter be only 3 a year; fl.So for tlx mouths; Mow la the time to aubtcrlbe. THURSDAY JULY 14 1881 At this diutauce it looks as H France bad stirred up a bornef nest when she invaded Tunis. Thb trial of MIdhat Pasha an alleged accomplice in the murder of Sultan Abd-ul Aziz proves that he died at tho hands of a gang of assassins. Midhat denies this but the accomplices admit it and they have been sentenced to death. The Philadelphia Bulletin' (Rep.) thinks tho quarrel between Garfield and Conkling has done harm in many ways. It has made what looks like a hopeless breach in the ranks of the party in New York ; bo that the chances that the Republi- cans will carry ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 July 1881

THE TOHiY STATESMAN. y AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY .JULY 14 181 AUSTINI . in ' rANiHUATInn Ta uiomoic or TUB UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ami rciiHxtfully tolirlu the Totr of (he people at an election to be neU on Taueday Sop'teic V iksi. Local and Other News. ; . Mrs. Bkerla deputy aheriu' of Le coun- ty was up bMore In honor the mayor yeaterday and B1 " 5 sn.Vcd.ti fur appearing on tliv rcM of lurtlB male attire. She appenleJ her iae and gave bond for W ar-PrMi be fpjre the county court. Mr. Bllloa Miller brought in from hie iiUnUtloo three inllea below town ft- trlay a few very line ami .larfle rotion nolle. Mr. Miller ban tn bnndred and ixty acree ot cotton that wltlioH aouie uofoneen accident will averae nearly a bale per acre. He baa one hundred ami fortv aoree that will probably yield half bale. -Cot too and corn are ieJokln;; well in tbe nelKhlMrlnod. Dr. Chaplin of Breubain well-kuown an a aucceeorul revlvalUt will bold a cainpmeetiux for the churches of Bev. John D. Wright and other chu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 July 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. I AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 14 1881 f'm ' The annual convention of Ameri can bankers Ih called to meet at Saratoga on the 10th of August. . A daily paper in the Hebrew lan guage is being published in New ort city. It is said to be the an cient Hebrew but the (I Jewish dialect used by the Jews of Germany and Russia. It claim to diily in the be the "only Jewish world." There are now three land leagues in Great Britain the Land Reform Union in Scotland the Irish Land League and the Land League of England with its headquarters in London ; but it is only against the Irish organization that the govern ment has taken any steps. ihe iasi star route fraud un earthed in the department is the route from Vinita Indian Territory to Las Negas New Mexico 724 miles long on which two or three letters a trip wero carried at a cost ot $6439 annually. With the proof of this before him Brady raised the pay to $150591. TnB report is flying around that Senator Coke has engaged to m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 July 1881

Miscellaneous Aertlsemenu. i ' 5i 0 p S k & s H . g 2 0 Mag i: - i tfS o v; . U K w-" j 0. -- u o :iS DAVID IAHLBXTH 80HS PhJIadelphla. P no Coin larfl la rslne. elll a. d. minded la u; . Tit T A I'ViTTE'C! W Chestnut St. UK. J ALULI lO Kaiui Louis Mo. ftofttlar t9ttclto ipr.enc. And koo.lT of hi or wwr tfimM. lujuo lr. J. I thmm Wtmm ml U M UMUKod fOem. BprMlrrtw HnuUai WeeV mm a4 lpiaey. all form ttypt.il ia Woun-bi4 UWe. ImI ium Drv4 In few dart. All lb dU rvMiltlnf froai Mif-tttMiM e w npOMf fftdiamUy attiwd for I aft villi Ml aMd.ciae. Advlc Cturs Ids. Call b4 mmm Uw Ulv-lika lwtrt pat tu f limn rr ovil ahttfte. Bjmvicm Book fef two lU&pf poitigt. Botn. HCtorf.K. Cuadir.fwaUtoL - Mttcbwt Mnt vcn-wtof by Malt or Expreiv CURE YOURSELF! Dr. Bohaatwn TpitM twrmUv ' MvmrrftntMi to MriMMBL r rwttil OuiM ol ttpf frrh or Itoalaal iMtMM.tftMrAl ItoMUij laiy1s?rtr.iMl miori-l Lm rrn tod bringe beWet th ''ImUImI Vlwv" ol thoMho 4ftroyd to by wmuml tsxma orU brtcttM). Id frotn two ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 July 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN.. .....TEXAS. IEEI3 rCK TIE IEIKLT : Subscription fur twelve months. . nnbscription for aix month . tl no . IS A4vrtlln Hate i rlqoar trt- T wo Three K..or MK Iff. eot.... Half col... ln en)... .JJ!..J-Lf f 1 f t .1 f 4 6 ( 1 11 IS M Si H ?i 11 II Hi. i 7o tl 11 l Mil 0 M MO Tit Ml JIM 175 1100 PEiCI Of THE WEEKLY IEDUCID. In view of the brd time the price of I he Wmty Statkhmax will hereafter lt only 3 a year; fl.25 for aix month Now la the time to aubacrlbe. THURSDAY. .JULY 21 1881 Henry Watterson has never for. given Colliding for declining to dino with him a few years ago. Guiteau Hat beneath the drip pings of the sanctuary as a member of Plymouth Church Brooklyn from 1867 to 1860. Ilia picture is preserved among tho archives of the church The editor of tho St Louis Jour- nal of Education begins already to presume upon his newly acquired authority in Texas and he boldly declares "Texas must drop its old tradition of tho Lone Star." The ouiv thing the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 July 1881

THE WEEKLYTATESMAN .JULY 21 1881 1.-" WMIInr lUtconl. or the week ending Saturday July M. Ittfil: Hlicbeiit temperature f7."0 "lowest temperature Ho.nH ATM-are for the week Kainfall. 1st dav July Inches 1.00 Averaire tcuiDeralure for correspond- iue week in 18S0 W-00 Rainfall. Inches Local and Other News. !. Alternate land ccrtillcalea are (nil at 40. and hard to get at that price. Straight re steady at f'iM ami $300. s MemDhli Hospital Medical College ouena October 3rd. Address the deau Memphis Tenufte. unel6wSm Mr. L. H. Sueltea liinf near Webber ville bad two horses stolen from him the other bit It Will thU'buaineM ever cease? Kead the new advertisement of C'oni- miMioner Walsh In to-day's iwuefor bid to surrey 200 league of land under a Jtarrh 26 1831. Doe Olles livlug- a few mile went of Manor iav we are Informed that h harvested 75 bushels of oats per acre J buahela ol wheat and thinks be will mak 80 bushels of corn per acre. fli cotton Is looking well and If the worms keep it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 July 1881

The weekly statesman. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 21 1881 "Wheeler was a patient fisher man but his bait wan not of the right kind. As soon as the president is pro- nounced out of danger sermons upon the efficacy of prayer will be numerously in order. The great service done by Capt. Eada to the business and commerce of New Orleans has been recognized. A street in that city has been named after him. Ex-Got. Bishop of Ohio sued the Cincinnati Gazette for $60000 on a charge of libel. lie recovered judgment for $600 aud he probably owes his lawyers twice this sum for prosecuting the case. The communication in which ap- pears Governor Roberts' views on the university question will be read with interest. He believes Austin is the place for the location of the great state iuetitution. The Washington government may already be likened somewhat to that of Russia and when the person of the president is to be guarded as that of the czar then its standing must be pitiable indeed. We trust our Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 July 1881

Miscellaneous ArertlemenU. I DAVID IJLHDEETH & SONS Philadelphia P CURE YOURSELF ! Dr. Bohannan't W Cuntl' .wiirwited in IMnnUMut.j cure all form ut SMrMiarrliaor HtbiImI M Hkf UMrtl Ita-blah. lwtwttc.tiid re .ten 4 Lm4 Pr and brini back th MlMikrtil Vlfjit" of thoMwho btn dMiruyvl It by iwuil exre.us or evil Srantiwt. in from two 10 wru ttfki' umm 'J hi remi-. r which has been wed br 0r. Uohanuan In hit pri- vate practice ir over thtrtr Tar wwnewr known I fail in curiuft mn the WOK vf C inks. It sire vitality atwt impart enern with woniicrftil cfl'wt to thueemiUitle-at j nwn who trl u wraanrae beyond Uicir years. It invifror- acini properties) are trlt at once. Young mciiiiitfrrinff from the coneetiuimrcf of that riVfmdiuily dentrurtive habit of delf-Abua ran unetiita medicine with ilie assur- ance of a ipcedy and lRlt3IAhftT ear. The patient icaioe strength and elasticity ofip.ritf at once as it ats Urectij 011 the parte vttWtt'i. u a aooUiiog and healing tonio and anodyne to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 July 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TEEIS FDS THE TEULY : .'. Subscription fop twelve month Subscription for six month. ...I. 13.00 1.25 !.J!I. rti msm.jom. 1 9m If on Tii. Tare... Klv.... u... . Or. col.. Half col. Om tol . 1 $4 f 5 IStll 18 f M l 2 4 81 11 M It! 1 loj to 86 46 68 6 AO 0 70 8 10 It Ui 1.1 14 In to ; 81 4 HO ino 88 ITS 0 7ft' lob fao 8U0 PBICE OF THE IIEILY KDUCED. . In view of the bard time the price of the WEEKLY Statksmax will hereafter le only fl a year; 91.25 for tlx month. Now li the Mme to subscribe. THURSDAY JULY 28 1881 I .AST SaturdAV th ws.lt nf ihn bouio of representatives at Al bany were handsomely decorated and bore the following : "For Presi- dent la 1881 Winfield Scott Han- cock." Cork trees are being successfully raised in Georgia. Tho cork on some of thenfis already thick enough lor use. It Is snppoHcd these trees can bo successfully raised in most of the sonthcrn states. A doctor who makes reputation u "cundurango" might reflect whether ho would b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 July 1881

J rz r.i - K F V f THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIS:.... TEXAS. -THURSDAY. .JULY 28 1881 Local and Other News. Memphis Hospital Medical College opens .October 3rd. Address the dean f Jlemptili.Tennessee. JunelCw2m ' y Eube Boyce the great mall robber has attain escaped the officers. Mr. James Lucy who was sent from this city some week ago to arrest and bring him to Austin arrived at Cordova New Mexico. " too late and failed to come up with the daring freebooter. The following places are candidates Tor the state university : For the entire unl- versltr. Austin. Albanv. Graham Wil liams Bancb Matagorda and Waco. For university without medical department Lamps a Springs Caddo- GoaTeJaaud Peak Thorpe Sprlugsand Tyler. Medical department Houston and Galveston.. Constable Covington of Manor and bin deputy Mr. ifolen have been onjtbe lookout tor a horse thief who stole a - eoople of horses. a few nights afc'o Iron) Mr. Randolph Meeks who lives near Webbervllle. They followed the thief to this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 28 July 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. .TEXAS. T1IUESDAY. . JULY 28 1881 CoNSTmmoNS are the bulwarks of these governments and he vrho sticks to tbem to the letter is the truest defender of bis state and coun-try.- . : By an imperial ukase granted at the suggestion of General Ignatiefi on the 2d Inst the sentence of death passed on Ilessy Jlelfmann has been commuted '. " That little unpleasant feeling be- tween France and Italy lacks con- siderable of being adjusted and a slight speck of war is becoming plainly risible. - Tub European crops are failing far short -of expectation and tho prospects are that America will again sell a large quantity of grain for the trans-Atlantic market. . The temperature apparatus in President - Garfield's room reduced things to the chilly point yesterday. Who is responsible the alapaths or the homo-paths ? When a legal injunction pre- Tented the Western Union telegraph company from paying its dividends Jay Gould stepped forward and offered to pay the dividends ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 August 1881

Y I V I 3 pa Advertisements i. US M p m . . Ss oj- i SO? p. 2 rn rrn j X P 7. J SL LJ 1 j as H h oo 0 I I i ; ' ci T I pi g P 1W is 5 a-! ft? D IP LAND aETH 80H3 Philadelphia P f Ilka i lUUIlUkbl Kantian'. Khh' naailliy Mttretv.aml rmtntva rftuAbrinra bar Ut :ilkfl ifrr''of ho ba-a M tt ual exrr orntl m in frni two ta imn wcrk' irm- Tim rrme. bich haa brn wtMl by Ir. Hohannan In hi. prU ; prartlra n ever thirty Yra vunewr known tn nn.rmjrv-m Wof CAhkM. It jcivra vitality ant irtflnrrK7 v Itli wiwttorftil rt-t to Otoai1 miUdle -aay4 i who IM a wkfMM brjruDdUiclr yrar. lt lnvig.r- proprrttm rv Ml at one. Young men itttrrine a Mm oonwiMncva -f that drratliully dlrurttva A of Moll-Ahtia co thi pmhciiM with t)irMiir. of a ir-iy aoi riRMAMCNT r. The nttinit Crangth an clavttrity of ap.rlta tone aa ttarta 'TUf on lb parts rtM m a aoothlitK atnl nralnii Mc and tDo-lVo th rvlaxrU aptuinal Traivlet I ImtatMl dutta tnipartina; power wtd toneajlro tnrw thain to ta-lr neural afnte th aame aa if ...

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