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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 t...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 divi...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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, Mttr,etv.,aml rmtntva r,ftuAbrinra 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...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 4 August 1881

V CI J I I 1 r 1 THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. I WHAT THK NTATK PAY-$1,500,000 AT AUSTIN HOI 1.1) COST 'J.BOO.OO I AT WACO. REV. J. K. STKECT DKNIES, AMD THK -RELIAKLK OENT.KH AN" CONKS TO THE FRONT. AUSTIN TEXAS. miS FOB THE WEEKLY: ?ubcrl)tlou for twelve month. . Mila-riition for six months ...2 00 ... 1.20 papers tleilare, because H'acoliasoneniinimer who ti,r.. thepitolbuiltlingooin.uittee whiiU em. the place with curses, if its peo- pie do uot give $5,000 to his privute Adrerllalas; Rates I I fqnaro . . ! Two ' 'lluee -Kuf. Five Ml ! or. col f Half col Oue col 1w jlw jaw jlmj m'.1em taa I ly i 1 3 r, 1 11 $ ifi: ?! 4 hi 14 1; 4, ai 8, 11; Hi is 7 H 1 15 I I ISM 7 ID 11 18 4S K 4 1 18 tO BO 6ft t It l(t 5 86 M 85 f Sil 5 85 IS6 Ml 150 i y wi 7f. iv tu S4 Ml n Ml 1110 175 0 PRICE Of THE WEEKLY EEDDCED. In view of tlie bar J time the price of ilm Weekly .Statesman will hereafter lie only i a year; fl.23 fornix months. Now U the time to subscribe. THURSDAY AUGUST 4, 1881 Telephonic communi...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 4 August 1881

IT J r4 'the weekly statesman. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 4, 1881 Local and Other News. Mempbls Hospital Medical Collect opeus October 3rd. Address the dean, Jlemphls, Tennessee. Jiinelfiw2ui Many of the claim lur veteran certifl calei bave been rejected, not fur want of merit but became or t!ie informality In the proof. All such cases ahould be re prosecuted, aa certificate! may be obtain ed in a number of them. County Collector A. K. Morria made his I Anal aettleiuent with tbe comptroller yes- terday, paying in i),K09.0. Tbe total amount ol taxes paid in by Li in fur tbe yea 1S80, la C9,1(J3 91, including occupa tion tax rerelpta under tbe law ot 18T! re turned. Yesterday Mr. W. B. Walker, down at tbe Central depot, purchased from Jobn Cnnit tha first bale of rottou of tbla sea- n. It was rained ou tbe farm of Mr lTTewnaend, three in Ilea below towu, and welched W8 pounda. Mr. Eunls re eelTed premium on tbe bale paid him by Mr. Walker. Tbe cotton waa abipped to Menainil & B...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 4 August 1881

Jt i I J i 7 I ;FHK WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. IUKSDAV AUGUST 4,1881 Voiik ha beguu on the Fort forth & llio Grande rod J. Tkek culture lins beeu profitable . u California, aud it should be re ported to in western Texan. A okani) soldiers' aud Bailors' re union U to bo held la Cincinnati September 14th, 15th and 16th. . f fcIK.TlI DEFIED," is (flO Way Some f the head-lino editors talk of the resident's cuac. I'raycr may be inceflHnry for them. SCPEUINTKNDENT BEDFORD, Of ho lied ford & IJloomfield Narrow ( 'ftiige railroad, says the cars of his yA carry just as heavy loads as loso of broad gaugo roads. Within twelve months New Or- hns will have realized her bright- It dream in becoming; the bouUi st tcnniniiH of a trans-continental railway, the Southern Pacific, with '2,400 miles of operating line. L'iik men of Nebraska will vote l t year on a constitutional arnend- ; allowing women to vote, and piatic agitation of the woman question has already heen T'TlTiieaoed there. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 11 August 1881

t I -"a f .-I 8 V 'L, f r 3 w n Mf5 ? z w fi o pi 151 Eyery T X A N Want; RENNE'S Piff KILLING Maic Oil The Besltnsial Family KemeJy, Purely Vegqta f and May Be Used Internallitr Externally. "it works jike A CHARM." It I not an olljyeasy or sticky unbalance, bat CLKAN, dohcia mid sale to use by every one. As an exteinsfeiuetly it given th weak ened aud ovcr-stnsd cords and nnmcle new lire and elasticity, s?iug paina aa water quench es Are. It curea I sprains, hivdache. sciatica, broises.too'f ache, neuralgia, burns, lame jack, rheumatism, crick; in tbineck or back. Aa an Inti'rnaHajody, It tnnea and corrects the stomach, als digestion aud readily cures C'OUO, ( HOUEIUMOKBUS, CRAMI-S, DVHFKPKIA, Bonn rlroMACiCouuua, Sohr Tuhoat and Dtptuibia. m I A bottle of RENNE'S PAIN KILLING MAUIO OIL! dm house, ornn band for liunie dlate use In cat of emergency, will olteu save lire or a long id tedioua aicknesa. Bold by DrutrKBt, Ororers and Dealers In Medl- l clues. Southern Violesale Depot, D...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 11 August 1881

, .-- i, r " V I THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.... AUGUST 11,1881 Now they call Mahoue "Billy the Kid." The Texas and Pacific track is uow laid 395 miles west of Dallas. The wounding of the president has at least taught the people what yxmSa" is. Indications For west gulf etatePj fair weather with variable wiuda, stationary or higher temperature and barometer. Hon. J. W. Daniel, the nominee of the Democrats ot Virginia for governor, is said to be the finest orator In tho Old Dominion. Oueiteau wants to be admitted to bail. When he reflects that he might, if liberated, come in contact with lilaino, he will change bis mind. From the number of conventions being held in Virginia, it seems that the Mahoue party will have to pad - dlo its owu cauoc, without any out side aid. The Ohio Democratsliave decided ou conducting a u still hunt" cam paign. They will depend ou print ers' ink instead of fuss and feathers on tho stump. An exchange suggests, in case the president recover...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 11 August 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 11,1881 Miod, arrested by Deputy SlierllTPace, July 31t, on a charge of horse (.tealing. eave bond yesterday and wan released from custody. A freight train was derailed on the In ternatlonal road, near Franklin, Monday bight. No one waa hurt, but the aoutb bound St. Louis express waa delayed Are hours yesterday. Burglars entered the residence o( Judge Hopkins Tuesday night and stole a lot of clothing and other wearing apparel. Mr. Frank Maddox, the land agent, lost some clothing. Jim Alexander, colored, was released from jail Tuesday, and at once set out to kick up another row, and was arrested, and will bare a hearing this morning be fore Justice Gregg. Yesterday Justice Uregg rendered bis decision In the case o( The State v. Ed. Tracy, charged with theft ol a borne, and he was released from custody, the evi dence nut sustaining the charge. The Kant Tex as railroad company have completed twenty-two and two-thirds miles of road, au...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 11 August 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. T II U IISD A Y A U(J CST 11,1881 oso to settle. A larger proportion of tho immigrant arc shipped to the South than ever before. Tho Houston Age receives more hard knocks than any paper in the tatc, and cares less for them. Jt giui'tilliv ivtuiua tuiu, uMVWlij with compound interest. Pkohihition iaiia to prohibit in Kaiifiaf, mid tho governor is think ing of calling mi xtra session of the legislature for tho purpose of de vising means for enforcing tho law. Tiik next transit of venus takes place December 6, 1882. Tho last was December 9, 1874. After the next transit it will bo one hundred and twenty years before another occurs. Tiik New York Sun says Koscoo Conkling made Cornell governor ol New York. When this fact becomes generally known, few enn bo found who will deny that Coukling's puu ishment hits been light. J)k, Itr.iss speaks of physicians as "medical gentlemen," and of jour nalists as "you fellows." Wo were afraid of sonic such calamity t...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 18 August 1881

03. o 0 o CO X u r- 0 0 UJ CO Ixl O O 0. 0 0 Pi o r O CQ U a? K r- co Ul CL LU X o UJ X r- Malaria la an Uumn Vaporous Poison, Kpremilnp disease and death in many localities, for which quinine la uo genuine antidote, hut for the effects of which HoNtetter's Stomach Bitters is not only a thorough remedy, hut a reliable preventive. To this fuel there Is an over whelming array of testimony, extending over a period of thirty years. All dis orders of the liver stomach and bowels are aluo eonquorod by the Bitters. '.Forsalo by all Druggists and Dealers generally. auglm. THERE ARK MAKTYKS to heiiuactie who might he cured hjr iikIuk Tarrant's 8eltzer Aperient. The stomach, overhnrilened until ilR recnperi stlvo power la wak-ned, revtm-s itat-ir upoa the poor head, which it inn kin to acho and tor ture Iho oiUmlrr. Thu ne of thla aperient will carry off naturally, and almoat imperceptibly, tlie offending caiio. The dlrcaau Ik removed aud the head ceaaca to ache. HOLD KY ALL DKUtKilSTS. lyST-...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 18 August 1881

t r y- i THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIX TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .AUGUST 18, 1881 TERIS FOR THE WEEKLY : Subscription for twelve month. . rluli.cription for tlx monthi . 1.28 AaTerttelnc Rateat Square lwlwSwln XD 3XB on fca Una Two 8 50 80 70 80 100 16l Three 8 7 11 16 8 15 10 10 11 l!t tft I 1.1 W 80 Mi 10 tS 36 ml is n u 3i V 61) 7a Four FWa 88 45 fix Or. col 1) air col One col 8l 11 14 1H ) 150 175 sun 1Bt W0 PRICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. In view of the hard timet the price of I he Wimr Statesman will hereafter be only f2 year; fl.25 forilx month, Now la the time to mbscribe. Counterfeit American green backs are appearing in Germany. The Kansas City Timet calls tho Fort Worth Democrat a "rural ex change." What will Paddock and Jay G ould have to say to this ? There are not a few who believe the president's caso still extremely Herious, notwithstanding the "sweet 1y sleeping" bulletins from Bliss. . ..in ..... Hie gamblers or bt. Liouis are perfectly astonished at the fact that the polic...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 18 August 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .AUGUST 18, 1881 I Local and Other News. Memphis Hospital Medical College opens October 3rd. Address lbs dean, Memphis, Teunessee. Juncl6w2m Price of ttick candy by tbe box at tbe factory 12 centi lor first quality. Terlectly fresh eggs were in demand vcterdv at twenty cent per dozen Tlier are verr acarce. and If brought In early, will secure good prices. Land certltlcatea are icoinir up and prlcca during tbe pant few days bave ma tertallr advanced. Alternates are nrm at . tJO, veterans fAK). Tbe campmeeting being held at Flsk vllle under tbe auspices of tbe M. E. Church South Is well attended and tbe interest is increasing. It will continue for a week or ten days longer. A gentleman from northeastern Texas waa in the city yesterday, on tbe trail of xouie fellow who bad enticed bin little thirteen year old daughter away from borne. This thing Is becoming entirely too common aud must be topped. The people of this county would liki lor...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 18 August 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. ..TEXAS. THURSDAY.... AUCiUMT 18,1881 NOTKS Al CAPTANDE.M. An AuMiu girl nays it I a mighty mean man wlio kica and tells. . The James hoys are (still out, and seem as hard to And as (iniit (jirous' Lraius. After Bliss gets through advertis ing himself, wonder what will next be all the rago ? . It is said that James Gordon Ben nett, who has been editing iant horses of late, swears he will wiu the Derby next year. - Wo are almost persuaded, when wo seo so many mou with bad colds, that Vennor told tho truth about that eold wave coining down this way. Tho orator who is uuablo to get up something bad somo blooJ curdling legend on Auntiu, amount tobutlittlo iu this university cam paign. Way is tho encouragement given to public improvements by the rich property owners ftf Austin like a new born babe? Because it is precious little. Tho "tenth of August" has passed, and although it is not for us to call Monsieur Daudiu a fraud, wo must bo allowed to entertain th...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 25 August 1881

Miscellaneous Advertisement. i! o p 0 0 0 CD 0 u cd 0 0 CO X uj H Z ui O p 9 c3 X 9 2 2 S z a 2 o Ul X o u X 0 0 8- THERE IS PltOBABLY majority or the human race suflVriiiK from kiilm-v complaints, Tuer snow themselves In almost protean shapes, bnt always to Ihe l-jjnry or the patient. They cause indescribable auujr. The experi ence or thirty yearn ahowa that tbe best remedy for tbla claaa or disease la Tarrant's Saltier Aperient. Ita properties are diuretic, which are espec tally adapted f.r such cures. HOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. an1S-difcw4v 0STETT W CELEBRATED Malaria la an Unseen Vaporoua Poison, spreading disease and death in many localities, lor which quinine is no genuine) antidote, but fir the effects ol which HoHtetter'a Stotnnch Bitters la riot only a thorough remedy, but a reliable preventive. To tbla fact there l an over whelming array of testimony, extending over a period of thirty years. All dis orders of tbe liver stomach and bowels are also conquered by the Bitters. Fors...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 25 August 1881

THE' WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .AUGUST 25, 1881 TEEK FOB THE TOIL! : Subscription for twelve months f 2 00 Subscription for six months 1.25 Advertising BaUti Square tw Swjswtlml mjsmUm 9m ly Una 7Zl$4 t S $1 7l $18 SO Two 8 41 8 11 1 t5 M Three 8667 1 16 HUSO Four 468 15 0864S0 KWe 6 1 10 II 18 K 45 55 70 MX 6 8 1 18 080 50 68 80 Or. col 8 1 14 16 5 85 60 85 100 Halfcol 14 18 0 5 85 55 0 150 1TB One col 588460 75 1M0O0 PRICE OF TEE WEEKLY REDUCED. In view of the bard time the price of the Wnur Statesman will hereafter lie only 2 a year; fl.25 for six montliH. Now ! the time to subscribe. A Philadelphia chemist manu factures good five-year-old brandy iu five minutes. The Germans are said to be solid as to an undivided university, and thev are zoinz to vote almost to a man for its location at Austin. The next centennial will bo In France iu 1889 the 100th anniver sary of the French revolution, Preparations have already begun. It Is a somewhat curious fact that, not...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 25 August 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.... AUGUST 25,1881 ' Local and Other News. We ire reliably Informed that Dr. J. J Tobln will not be a candidate (or the office of mayor. Tbe Flskvtlle campmeellng broke up yesterday. Tbe meeting waa a Tery sue. cessful one, there being aome forty con- veraloDi. Thomas Tracy, a gentleman from the country, for cursing and loud talking, was up before bis honor, the mayor, yes terday and lined 95 and costs. One S. Sawyer, a young man from the country, for creating a disturbance In the first ward, waa up before his honor, the mayor, yesterday and fined f 5 and costs Tbe Austin and Northwestern railroad company hat established their business office upstairs overForster ACo's bank, Mr. Will Little, ot Oskalooss, Iowa, is the head book-keeper and has charge ol tbe books ol tbe company. It Is probable contracts will be lot in a lew days for grading tbe first fifty miles. Tbe thanks ol the university executive committee are hereby tendered to Cap t...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 25 August 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. . . .AUGUST 25, 1S81 The Cincinnati Commercial fear the Republican will lose the Ohio legislature thin year. It U reported that Dr. Hammond bluntly charges the president's phy sicians with malpractice. An anti-fraud ballot box, adopted in Boston, registers the ballots an they drop, and an automatic stamper marks them. Some inquisitive people are want ing to know if tho stock market lias had anything to do with the White House bulletins. The English lords having swal lowed all the laud, are so full that they can not possibly worry down the Irish land bill. Secretary Windom and Comp troller Knox are called the "Nestors of finance." That is probably be-i-anse they hare charge of the nest. Gen. Robert Lowery, the Demo cratic nominee for governor of Mis sissippi, was taught to read by his wife. This accounts, probably, for his prominence. Mr. Herring said that the little brown jug is a household god at the capital. Dallas Times. And many come...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 1 September 1881

V A V v. i J 01. c3 0 g Pi Q J M I S pq g g 2 M 'if M s I i pj 3 5 D-- jE 01 a. 0 0 0 (0 0 oS ti Hi iTTEfr Malaria I an Umaen Vaporous Polton, spreading disease and death in many localities lor which quinine la no frenulne intldote, but for the effects ot which Hoatettftr'i Stomach Bitters ii not only a thorough remedy, but a reliable preventive. To tbla fact there ia an over whelming array ef testimony, extending over a period of thirty yean. All dis order of the liver stomach and bowels are alto eonquored by the Bitters. Forsale by all Druggist and Dealers generally. auglm. THERE IS TOOBABLY a majority of the tinman race sulterta from kidney complaint, TbiT snow themnWyes in almoat protean liajws, bnt alwsys lo the t'jjury of tbe pMIcnt. They cause Indescribable aicony. The expert ocaof thirty years shows tbl tbe bent remedy for thisciass of dtaeava iaj ' Tarrant's Beltser Aperient. Ita nronertles are diuretic, which are espec- tally adaitftri f . r such care. VtalS-dJtw8w THE :UN...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 1 September 1881

r s: THE WEEKLY STATES MAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY SETT 1, 188 TEEIJ fOl THE TOIL. : Subscription for twelve montha 2 00 bunscriptlon for alx monllia l.tu A4rtlsla. RiImi rtqnara lw w Sw lm B;3a 6a tine Two Threa f'r rwa MJ Half col... (JIM Col . . . 84 60 AO TO BO 100 175 au PRICE OF THE VEEILT SOCJCEO. In view of the bard times the price of the Wxkcly Statesman will hereafter be only f'l year; (1.23 foriix montha. Now la tbe time to aubacribe. Thk Statesman moves that Dr. Iloyntoa move op head awhile, in stead ef Cuiidurango Bliss. Cadet Wiiittaker declares he is going: to fight all tho way up to the presidential lino. And the colored troops " they fought nobly." The New Orleans Statu wauta tho mouth of tho Mississippi investigat ed. It is claimed by this paper that the depth of the jetty channel is not 27 feet. The newspapers continue to assert that the prohibition law in Kaunas is practically Inoperative, while the governor stoutly maintains that the law is strictly enforced eve...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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