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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. DEC 1 1881 TERES rGR THE WEEKLY : Subscription for twelve months 2.00 Subscription fur nix mouths 1.2ft Advertisings HiMl I- I l II Hquare lw Swiawmj m 3mj One $lft3tS Two Hi 4 8: 11 Three S 6 S .7 1 Iti Kur 4 8 l.li Five & 7 10 11 in; & Ml 81 U' l:l xu an Sr. col M Vi Ml 1 alfcol M IN SO .VI V one eoi a ai ! l 75 ta Ml m! t.v ftll '! tl im! S4 80 KO 70 1 " 1'ib PRICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. In view of tbe Uartl timet the price of be Weekly Statesman will hereafter lie only fx a year; t 1 .25 fornix month. Now I the time to subscribe. JOAQCIK MlLLKR is going to act his own pieces ou the stage. It is Haiti Anus. Dickeimon will support him. It is said that Guitcnu if acquit- ted will go into the locturo field. Sergeant Masou should be turned at large with plenary powers. Tiif.rk is soino pretty strong op- position to giving Randall the com- pliment of the nomination for speak- er among Democrats but the best in formed beliovo'he wil...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY DKC 11881 noru thieve are nil diligently plying tlielr vocation In tbi section ol the Ute. Saturday night Dr. Ward of thin city bad two tine niare Molcu Irom hi ranch a lew miles aoutli of the cliy. Scott Wyam. alia II. C. 11. Hr" col- ored was arrested uearOatiiianville Mon- day by Deputy .Sheriff Johnson and Ked lu jail. Ho is wauled In Kails vounty.ou acbargeol aggravated assault. The muitlc pupil il AltaVista IiiHti- tute icave llielr lirot noire e on last Friday eveuiug icb wan highly pleasing to ail Iireseut and reflected much credit on oth pupil and teachers. Special men- tion ohoiild be made of Mi Howard' and Ml Nettie Campbell' .Inglng. a few are poseed of sweeter voice than -Tlielr. board ol judgment yesterday re- fued an oiler or .iMt Tor the julti i fi400 aiaii)Ht Mcogglns defaiiltlus tax collect- of Kail county. Tbe attorney general linn been in form- ed that I lie rue nf the Western I'niou telegraph coii:p.-iny v. the Slate ...

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

1 THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THCIWDAY... .DEC 11811 . TEE IS fCS TEE WEEKLY : Subscription fur twelve months. . fciilesi rtpUon for nix months ...f2.no ... 1.23 Advertising Hate I feqnare llw iw .1w ;lm m 4m 6m 9m It ne..;.. Thrca... roar.... Klvs.... MX... . Or. rol.. iUlfcol. One col. ' s n n ii i" " 6 Hi s-s 3S 4. 60. 15 IK V IS) ." ! 4S V 6.'i 6i V. 101 Hi ft n ti rr u Hi 1M ) r. ?W to' l'l; Nil "XI 7! IV'! PRICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. Id view of tlio hurd time the price of bo Weekly Statesman will hereafter la only 2 t year; $1.23 fornix month Now li the time to subscribe. TEXAS FACTS-AND FANCIES A female seminary is to bo built at Laredo. The International has been much annoyed with right-of-way suit9 at Laredo. The rulnicr-Suiivan railway bridge across the liio Grande at Laredo U finished. The Texas annual conference M. E. rhurth south will con- veno iu the Shearn church Hous- ton ou the 23d iimt. liikhop Keener of New Orleans will preside. Corbicaua now cliiinn a po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 December 1881

02 J -PI. d5 CO U 0: o 8 01 (D - UJ CO o Pi UJ o a. C3 O 0 0 0 0) cd tf TJ aJ 0 H Q Z 2 O o 2 r- co UJ 0. Ul X o UJ X o ( I O o C3 LSVi CU1TH las mum. scia-srisT oFTimif taut Bloat lla.ea re ranawt hy rllaoruYrerl Kidneys fir Liver. H therefore the KiUiieva anil Liver am kept In perfect order perfect health will h Mta rranli. Ttila truth bu mly In-i n known abort tiut". and Air year people puttered prit cony wllliniii hvlug aulu to HiiU r It.-f. The rllacorary or Warner' Safe Kliluuv anil Llvrr tJaro mark now era in tho treatment of three trouble. Made Irom a almoin tropical laf ul rar value It coutalna lint llie i-lcinenta ncrcs- Mry to nnnrinh and fuvlirorale liotli of Iheaa Kcat ortn; and aafuiy reatorii and kucp them order. It laaroaiTivs namtiiTlnrali the din. tawe tbat ranau pain In the lover part of the hody for Torpid Liver HcaOarhea Jaumliro Dliglneaa Hinvul Fever Airiie Malarial Fever and ill rllRU'iiltlea of the Kltlneya Liver and Urinary Onraua. It la an aieelleut and aa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 December 1881

( I THE WEEKLY STATESMAN CI AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY.. .DEC 8 1881 TEEIS FOE THE WEEKLY: Subscription for twelve months. . Mibscriptlon for six months .f2.no . 1.2S Advertising Kate I 'lw'jw Sw'lmj msmtm ftqaare 9m Hue wo Three ' Kuar Five HX Or. col li.lfrol One col $l$$3$4ri6$ll$lHM 4 5 7 8' 8 11 s ss S4 14: ltt IS ) 1S fi ) Stll 15 SS Sft v- 0 7S BO SO 45 10 11 Bft 70 HO Ml "I 14 INI mi 4a 8S 100 ISO 17 8U0 1SOI PKICE OF THE WEEKLY EEDDCED. In view of the bard timet the price of be AVkkkly Statksman will hereafter le only $2 ft year; 1 1.23 for tlx months .Now la the time to subscribe. Washington December 6. Sen ate Petitions were presented by Beck Jouaa Sherman anil Plumb to require railroads to conduct their business on term just and cquitablo to lite public By Jelll of California for lern torial government lor Southeastern Alaska. - Bills were introduced by Came ron. of Pennsylvania for public buildings courthouse and postoftice at brie l a. Uy Saunders for admission of Dakota o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 December 1881

to WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. .TEXAS. THURSDAY.. .DKC8 1H1 Weather Record Kop the week rnilini; Saturday !? -rruler .1 I8HI: Highest umprratur Vnwnl trmiM-rature Artg for Ih week Kalufall. Inches Arersye temperature! for rtrresiontI- 7 wt .to 4.1 In; wrrk In lis Haln and aleet. Inches. .1.12 "tlie flmt locomotive to )e tiseil on llio Austin and Norltrwestern rsdroail reach tbe city yesterday ia Die Interna- tional. Tu Inmates ol the tuualie nyluin have a praml dance on raelt Friday bight. Tun music wlilrb In excellent in furnished bT the pupils of the blind in- stitute. Mr. N. J. Alexander proprietor f Alexander medicines will now bave Ilia laboratory over Knpperl's old Hlnml. ill I'ertoral Synip and .Neutralizing t.'or- tliat la for safe by all ilriiuKists. (live them a fair trial. Fred. Graut's railroad In belujr rapidly puabed. Its survey crns.es the Interna- tlonal at Kyle but it In generally under- stood If this city make the slightest eil'ort It will be diverted ami brought her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 December 1881

THE WEEEY STATESMAN. AUSTIN'... .TEXAS. THURSDAY. DEC 181 TexaaFacts and Faucies. "Wood iii Tory" srarco at El l'aso. ilajor l'cun is "whooping up" the Miinern about San Marcos. Work on the Trinity and Sabine rnilvvftv is aloul to begin at Hunts- ville. Col. J. X. Thornton of Son Anto- nio has boon nllcretl the presidency of a bank at Kaunas City. There was an attempt to burn the depot of the Texas and St. Louis railway at Tyler a few day ajj-o. Small grain is reported as looking well all over the state. Much wheat lift- been sown lor winter pasturage. Tho Ilrenham Iitnnrr always comes nice and newsy and the (statesman draws it in at pleasure. Col. John 11. 1'.aylor has secured a liceuse to practice law. There's room for a lew more in the profes- sion. The people of Hayes county are enajring in a county seat contest the antagonist of Sail Marcos being J J ayes. Waco's cotton shipments this year . will probably not reach 25000 bales. East year they were twice 'this amount. Seventy Da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 December 1881

y ; Li Y L - UL i i CQ. &i ' f Hi O r--i x fl5 () H eh 2 o M . g 0 g i s 2 S 2 2 fc (1 o te o P a v an.' o s ?! m (D CELEBRATED S S One of the Reasonable Pleasures Of lift- a proprly conked meal aflnrrla little or no prt-.t-nt enjoyment ami ninrh suhsuqiietit t.iilurr to coiiflrnn-il dyspeptic lint whin rlitmiic InflijreMion U roiuhnttcil with Ilnstet-ti-r'a Stomach hitters thu food Ik ealuu with ri-lih and m.wt important of all Ik assimi- lated hy and nourishes Hie system. I'm this prand tonic and corrective also to remedy con- stipation biliousness rheumatism rover and For salo ft jail drnsglsUaml calcre generally. TUYT'S PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS CLERGYMEN AND JHE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. 1 ioaa of appetite Nausea bowels costive IVfnJtheHeadwith a dull sensation in the bock part7lain under the shoulder- bliidTe fullness after eating with a disin- clination toexertibnofbody orjmind Irritability of temper. Low...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUST1X. .TEXAS. THURSDAY . DEC l.1881 TERMS FOR THE WEEKLY: Subscription for twelve months. . Subscription for six month Advertising Bate I .f2.no . 1.25 riquare lw w 'tw 1ml D 3m 6nk 9m VT 'je f wo Three... .r ('oar Kir Six Or. col.... Half col... !) col . . . Wt B D II 7! 1 W .' 151 U 85 45 AO' go! If I 161 Ml Si! 11)1 M Mi Mi K0 1S1I m 0 7." 1M' '! :0 PKICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. In view of the bard times the price of be Weekly Statesman will hereafter be only $2 a year; fl.25 for six months. Now Is the time to subscribe. Covkkxor Rouekts nays the cx tra session of the legislature will not be called before April. KlF.FF.re Is a protectionist and the high tariflltes are hnppy at his cloc lion especially since he is a western nan. .Tt'DOE Foi.eu liuds himself as an honest secretary ot the treasury in this prdicameut he must either destroy the Republican party by his revelations or resign his office. The star route thieves can noi de- fend themselves against th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. .TEXAS. t 11URSDAY. .DEC151H1 The jolly M.'M. M.'s have ree'lve.l an :ivit.itlon from the oailels or Hi A. A U.t:ollrK0 at Uryan to alleml a t;rni : llou Iieceuiber'-fcl. The warm weather ha a dlatroun . -Bert on the winter clothing buinrp i he population clinging to their well worn -prlnxantl summer rlothlng. The Jury of Inum-nt In the cane of Mey- er loiind dead in the eedar l.raken nort h ..f the city retnrned a verdict or dealu roiu tallies to them nuknown. In the ibon adultery case Ju-le Kiilnmre ymterdiiy itrantcd a new trial. m the ilelendanl plead guilty and wan tine. I .'Hl. The citv council refused to appropriate money to' pay an expert to examine the linam-ial account or the Into city adralu- mtratlou ami we learn the finance com- .iiillce will foot the Mil an.l hive the work done. Teter Fennell. aliaa Will wooiln. col- ored formerly of tiuadnlupe county l in Jail on a charge of theft or learliii)'. He wan arrested in this clly on a capiaa I'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY DEC 13 1881 TexaaFacta and F&nciea. Mr. F. A. Lynn of Victoria la no more. Cortiicana Las a grand lodge of Haymakers. The "Williamson county Jail in- closes at this time fifty prisoners. Tink Eyo has made its abearance among tho horses at Fort V orth. A fire at Collinnvil!e in Grayson county destroyed several thousand dollars worth of property. Tho Jcflcrsou and East Lino road has been reorganized with James A. Baker of Houston as president. Major F. M. Smith an old and much respected citizen of Cameron (luishcd his mortal career as a sui- cide. In the county criminal court of Burleson county sixteen convictions wcro made before dinner on Mon- day. Mauler Mechanic David L. Fitz- gerald was killed by being run over by a switch cugiuc at Milano Junc- tion. l'lcasanton is excited over the Tcxas-Mexiran railroad questiou. Its people arc anxious to secure the road. The t.ulf Colorado ond Sante Fe road being finished to Fort Worth through t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 December 1881

S " til -pS s f () -- . fcB g p. u U I - 1 H o p f H k - 2 o is p-g g : 0 S s s TUTT'S T ""TT'roJJ"J' "'ln'TTWlTM PILLS ES'i'iMii ii i i.i i '"jga INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS CLERGYMEN AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. I oaa of appetlta.N aueabowele costive rnfiTtheITedwith a dull sensation in tfie Fuel part Pain under the shoulder- 'liadeTfunneM after eating with a diain- ;olination to exertion of body or jnind 'Irritability of temper. Low apiritaTJ6a -of memory with a feeling of having neg looted some dutywearineaa DiEaineaa fluttering of the H eart. Dots tefore the jrypaTYellow 6kln7 Headache Reatleaa tiSia at nlghtThighly colored Urine. IT THESE WARNINGS A EE TJITHEEDED SERIOUS DISEASES WIUSOON BE OEVELOPED. TUTTS PILLS are especially adapted to au i'h caaee.oiie dime nrte such achaoge of feeling aa to astonish the sufferer. I 'hay lacmMlh. AMtll. and cause the b-.ly to Take on e'lrali. thus the system la nuiihra. and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 December 1881

V 'THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY DEC 22 1881 TEBBFOR !HL WEEKLY: Subscription for twelve months 93.00 HubscriDtlon for six months 1.23 A4vrtlaln Hates t In! m!smsni Square fw 3w 9m ly I IS I WO Three Four Five rU or. col lUlf col Oat col $1 t3i 4.S11 15;M S4 GO t0 70 80 1O0 175 1 PRICE OF THE WEEKLY REDUCED. Id view of the bard times the price of he Wxcur Statesman will hereafter be only fi a year; tl.25 for six months Now Is the time to subscribe. Uub Washington letter is partic- ularly interesting. It tells about Texans at Iho federal capital. Some of the Georgia papers think tlio best way to dispose of Speer is to encourage him to lead an inde pendent movement in that state. The supreme courts supremo court court of appeals and supreme commission adjourned at Tyler on Saturday to meet lu Galveston next month. That excellent gentleman lion John D. Tcmplctou has become in. terested in the publication of the Democrat and Advance of Fort Worth. General and Mrs. Grant w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 December 1881

. r 7 if J J THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY... . .DEC 22 1881 Oaoreta. Georgian Texa who want tbe new from their old home should ubcribe r. ihaMiiiiniiiih H'tstlu Aewi. price 1 a Tear potage free. It make a peclal r-.inr of atate newt. Address J. 11 Eillll Savannah. Georgia. Tbe newpaper fellowi are now anx lously awaiting a complication oi iunur Iran .-Irrumitancea to turn UD. by wblct thev will be able to procure a CbiUtma turkey. Tlura are evarl lunatic In thi city whoae people are anxious to have them placed In the a.vlum but that Institution 1 now crowded and can not accommo date them. Hand were unloading- from the cars veaterdar. the locomotive to be used on iha AiiMtln and Northwestern railroad It i a Una niece of work and will whit over the rails at lightning tpeed. Time far this has boeu a remarkably in i I.I winter and the "olilet Inhabitant" who has been calmly chuckling and pre dicting terrino northers m uiagustcu and feels like nilgratlngto the northward Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 December 1881

7 THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIX :. TEXAS. THURSDAY DEC 22 1881 TEXAS FACT 3 AND FANCIES. The International railway is now finished to Laredo. Corsicana U abont to establish a telephone exchange. Porflrlo Benavidos lias been elected mayor of Laredo. The International ana Great Northern track is abont finished to Laredo. W. F. Bohannon is in jail at Rich- mond charged with the lato mur- der or Lee Knox. Captain Oglesby is at Lerado with rangers to look after order and pi-ace in the town. The Jubilee at SU Marys church in Sau Antonio on the 14th was led by Father Spillard. Let no'cuilty man escape says the Brazoria Independent referring to the county officials. The Post urges the people of Houston to revivo its annual fairs thai once proved so attractive. The grading on the Harwood and (.'on .ales tap railway will bo ready lor the iron in about two weeks. Prnf W. J. f'lark. wpll known throughout Texas as a dancing mas- ter died at Columbus on the 6th nut. Sister Mary Francis Claro known...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 December 1881

7 0 0 o 4 H M o 0 0 r n x m P s is : Jl I -1 UJ 4-3 ft C3 o p Eh co g 0 . I Q 0 cb a 0 P c o o . U . 1 eg uj 3 "0- TUTT'S PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN. AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. f-onaof t)teMt.Nuebowels coattve. rkfnin tfieHenMiwitH dull aenaation In thelaack partT'ai 1 Rnt" er .the "ihouldBri tladet ftfllneaa after oating.' with a diain- cQnation JoexertiohpfJqdy ormlndj Irritability of tamper i.o aptrtta. -l-osa ofmemorywlt h afuelinK of haTlng ceg;- locted 6roe dutweanii"ia DImIdpss fluttering ofths Heart DoU beforejthe eyea Yellow Bkin Vleadache Haatleaa- neaa at nig til nicniy colored urine. IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPEO. TU'ITS PHL8re"Pw'Hydptedto iii-b chh(uii iiniw rnct aur hschange .tft fftvllp mm to atmiWli the atiflforar. i'ituy Inrrrnw ih Appellf. andcauMtbe .hiHljr W Take n Mrli. tint (ho ayiUtm la imnrt.had.ainl liv tliHrToMl 4rtlaaoa the lla;alt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 December 1881

THE WEEEY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY DEC 29 188! It li evident that Kcifer has been influenced by jobbery iu inakiug up the house committee. The Houston Age docs not regard ex-Governor Davia' chances for a ablnet position an very flattering. It is now stated that Postmaster General Howe will take charge of the department soon after new year. Coi J. Howard Weli.ks wroto a threatening letter to Jay Gould and now . the grand jury attempts to teach him that ho must hereafter use more discretion in his corre- spondence. Two notorious chums of "Billy the Kid" Wilson and "VVobb lime escnped from the authorities in New Mexico and it is expected they will make thing lively iu retaliation tor the Kid's timely end. MacVkagji says ho would not re- main in tho cabinet becauso ho was satisfied the present administration was not sincere in tho matter of prosecuting the star route co-opera. tors. Thk distance from Laredo to the City of Mexico is 700 miles aud the road now building its an ext...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY DEC 29. 1881 CHRISTMAS HYMN. BY D. W. c. SAKE WBITTEN CHHITi 1ST Hirk wlmt mean tbls Jovial ion nil Kchotuz the world aroiiutl. thrlut l horn In Bethlehem rVmce on eartr. good will to men." hrt md kv acd hill and plain. Miont the woudruua wonU again .li-atia lAiri ! born to-duv M.wii to wnfhoar ilna awuy. Urn and ani?.'la joiu the tlironi; JWi aud aell the irliiilMiine wu' Thta'hndny of kindly birth 'hri horn to rule the earth. Mi-rry Chriilma let the chlim- Krho to rumoltwttlmo. Till the anWeri-o phall meet Minu praea at Ula fct:t. THE CHURCHES SUNDAY. vim isiMssr.HMOss i rsnx. Short Rrportarlal Kotem on thr Vhnrrhrm tend the litmcourtr. CUMBKKI.A.ND rKKSBYTEKlAX. Bev. Dr. Poindexter delivered n most excellent dlacourte lila subject helnj; the 'Incarnation." tjulte a largo conirre- itatlon was presuut and the services throughout were very solemn aud Im- pressive. It la regretted that we are un- nlilc owl UK to the lateness of the hour .t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 29 December 1881

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. .TEXAS. rilUltSDAY DEC 29 1881 TEXAS FACTS AND FANCIES. H. A. Chambers of Dallas is dead. Weathcrford is assuming city airs. Local option has been defeated in lied Uiver county. Jacksonville is cntcrtaiuiug a Methodist conference. Fannin county adopted local op tion by 1100 majority. A new vaudeville theatre U to bo opened in Dallas to-morrow. It costs $500 a oar load to -jet beer from St. Louis to LI 1'aso. The Flatonia Argus favors the es- tablishment of the whipping post. A fourteen thousand dollar fire occurred at Thorp Springs last Mou- dAV. Sinco tho first of September Cam- eron has shipped 2020 bales of cot- ton. . The fijfht for local option is bciug renewed in many localities in the state. The Galveston Journal says: 'Our Wash shouldn't try to be too smart." The Methodist Sunday school at llrcnbam will frivo a grand social on tho 26th instant. The Brenham lianuer is quarrel- ing about the high prices asked for ' Christmas turkeys. Dellville is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 5 January 1882

I- 7 J I ' i PLAIN TALK ABOUT DISEASE. There la no use to be alarmed at the presenco of small pox la this city. There are only a few cases o far and if the people will unite in an earnest effort to arrest its course it can be eradicated entirely iu a few weeks. The most disagree- able part of the affair is that any- body in authority should attempt to deceive the people. The States- man holds that the way to pre- vent a spread of the disease is to give the most perfect informa- tion as to its presence and when it fails to do what it can in this direc- tion it will ccaso to perform its duty. An upright newspaper is called upon often to circulate things for which it received violent coudem nation and it hns been surprising to us to learn that the Statesman has iu a few instances been fiercely coudemned for telling what news- paper cutcrpriso should discovcr- and give to the public. The Statks- man reports nothing but what is true unless it be that it is misiu- formed by those iu whom ...

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