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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 19 August 1875

-- -. . . .. THE STATESMAN, IT A " Tl i IK lAii.Y'" . " y . I pablUho) erary morning except lfoodA'. TIIK WEEICLY .". I PaMLIed arrrv ThorMar aummia i -. All hali , conMM.deic en autaal V BAatr. SBouldbeadtlruaaed la JOHN CAWs?LLV '; iftrar.Tnii. : Miscellaneous. i)ii:c".lixME'sr CEIXBRATED - t LIVER PILLS rcw tuu cm or Liver Coaipuvjnt, DYSPCI'SIA AKD SICK HEADACHE. Symptoms of a Diseased liver. - 1AIN in the right tide, under the edge of the rib, increase on pre-' turc; sometimes the pain is in the Lit side; the patient U rarely ble 1 1 ' to lie on the left vide J omctimts : ; the pain is felt under the shoulder- ' Made, and it frequently extend to the top of the shoulder, and ia aome- , times mistaken for a rheumatism in . the arm. The stomach ia affected . Kith loss of appetite and sickness t tiie bowels in general are costive, sometimes alternative with laxj the ' licad is troubled with pain, accom panied with a dull, heavy aensatioa , in tke back part. There is generally a con...

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. — 19 August 1875

irair a mom FCBLlBIIED BY yxTjin?ii von Weklv i iW-ffirton fnvtsvlve r"nth..... tiabscrlptiuu h a vmailu l"l".Ul"Ii fc i V """ ATABL ADVASCS. ' v. r " ; ; ..$ M ut'.t ijjiwjfta t-i .u Ism I 1 OM K)UK. ! Two aquftrt-a, . , Three qasrea.. Four tqunrre., Yr ffuarvs... Mx Ure. . . OiinTtii'nin. Ilslf oo1;idid ... iie eohimn., .. 1 !!! Sslf " IS SJ ifi 60 VI I IS an 45 w A v DO n Mi 10 Ml Hl 175 t0 6t 7' 10 1 11 I I W t 14 1 IS H 1 14 IM j VI I SS 'ft , i i !8 I One square etfrlit IIn- 1 fur Cnt luertiun; SflJ Ctnt for utb toWMtiurul Insertion. taM:;:al uut.carx.il t resainc matter, $l.ttt.w qi'HH!, eati ItiiM-ninn. F.uht hue or nr square. tTaUawliu- nuiicr, UxJ column, firiaeo ceau per lll.e. altfrllwiifilli parable In advaaee, leu Mlih llawse tlvlug a regular bual UM 4rr roxcnirt. tffWc will contract wuh parties themselves at the 1o rmlM lid nnt through lliird partly. 1 TTURXDAY AUGUST 19. 1875 TV UBKHIHKHII AND lOKBU- . - . . . ' rowDBNTH. - . Persons writing to this office in relatio...

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. — 19 August 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN ruBuamts bt .J Oil IT CABDWELU THURSDAY AUGCST!; 1579 Local Matters. , 7" K.tlres) or all fclrirf at oar rttniai ra. ttavr7ta ml - To PHoroorH. tic of Ph- titTphic outfit wnted. ' Fob the Information of fruit raiser we (fir the prict of peach 1b .fhi city: la disn clings, Wg sit, per bushel, $2; Rood freestones, 2.30; xtr Urge, 4. There i no dsmend for eoiftll peaches, and, they lrio bat SO to 73 cent a bushel. The charter passed at the laat session of the Legislature giving ceitaln parties toe right to bridge the Colorado at Austin ay that the city or the county, or both, shall nave the right to buy the bridge fie years alter its completion at iu cost, with tea per ceot. per annum added. , . i OrricuL Vote. The rote of this county ' at the constitutional election foots bp, ac cording M Jh official count, Q19 for the convention and 356 against. The majority in Travis county for the convention is there fore 86. There was but a very slight dif ference in the vote cast...

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. — 19 August 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN ,i '.- TtTBVTtttD BY AUSTIN. TIICRSDAY AUGUST 18. 1875 A boat Jetinsoa's IaipMekml-N Jtioacr ImI to Acqa.lt Ulm. , . 'Mack," of the Su Louis ' GUv-Dtmoerat, in an extended article on Mr, Johnson, ssys: There has been a great deal of Ulk about tb use of money as a means to seeurs tha acquittal of Johnron. Without making any valuable addition to the fund of infor mation on tliia subject, I will staU what I think I know to be a fact, that Mr. Jobnaon not 'only never counted to tb use of money, but often astd, in my beano:, that if be could be acquitted for five dollar, be would not pay the sum, nor Itt anybody eUe pay it for him. I am borne out in this Assertion by the well-known fact that he allowed Jere Black to withdraw from bia defense rather than give MS oiucmi sanc tion to a corrupt land trade in which Black waa interested. JIo told BUck. that be would rather bo convicted ten tlrnca over than purchase not only defense, bat even acquittal, at such a price. Black e...

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. — 26 August 1875

J . ! ' 1 tl.tiii Vut:;i1'l i-ili.. -- THE STATESMAN. mm ' DEOl-liATR ' 'STATESMAN Tllia DAILY ' . . . I 'T'izrr'tTvts 1 "aJI,t.DEMOCBJLTIC STATESMAN. Wal wpyf ya.-.i.rt.I sii:i(i citiv, n mouth... ........--- r rx Sinl aopr-, e Boaih.-v. ............. ...... S W Is poblitbed awry aaorahif except Woods. I pubtiiihcd mar ThnrAr smjchic. i ' a All WEEKLT DESIOCltlTIC STATESMAN. VOL. V.v- - AUSTIN TEXAS, THURSDAY- AUGUST 26, 1875. NO. Pintle copy, n jw . Bmi.eiy. tix Mouth. ........ t W 1'be mhora ntra arc nxwie. a u 0 p 9 I Li i'.'l 1 - I i i ( i' Miscellaneous, ; DR. 0. 3I'LiLFS CELESATa . Liter Complatxt. : pysptniA akd fieri iixadache. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. " ' 1JAIN in the right side, wider the -edge of the rib, increase on pre-', dire; sometimes the pain It in the , left aidci the patient i rarely able -to lie on '.lie left ikIc ; sometimes - the pain is felt under the shoulder Made, ami k frequently extend to 9 " the tup of the shoulder, and is some times mistaken (or rh...

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. — 26 August 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN JOHN CAT (WETiI TKHHI FOtt WEEXLTl Hsbacrtntloa far twetva month Sabcrlpliua fcr six TAX AMU n ADVASca. UmWaBUM (1 M . 1 W Sim. - jiwjtwjlw la:taj fB sqaaca... t t M IS $5 Tw aqaataa... 4 6 8 TktMtqovw.. S ft 1 It Foir !.. 4'f 8 t 1ft Waqaaraa... ft T W 11 W is aqaaraa .. . I II U l OnanarcoTaia. 8 11 14 M K limit culuaa.... M It ti K ili Oca oolomn... M Ss M 4e SO Ita ui If 11 16 K M 18 W K 46 10 K 46 M M 46 M W M 8U (W ao M J 66 u 19U ITS 76 16V M Om aquara ifhl Hnaa- f 1 tor Siat tnaaraon; anj tula far ch aalaq.oaBt laaarooa. FSpaelal xrtltt next to remdmf mattar, ''l-J Mir.ch tBMfthm. KtflH hH-f,; tiiatinf SMtur, lucai culasa, alaaa eaau pel "t'iTWltoMiti gfaMa JL" a? JXSl klaaa wlik Ib rlr kaai- J- "VlT ii h parties tbamaelvce at tha Una rata aad a taroagti Urd pattlaa. TmmsPAY.... . AUGU8T20. 1875 laMMJaf lBKata AND CwAtasSia- PONDE2ITS. Peraona writing to this office la relation to their papers or business, will please state the postofhce to which the paper i...

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. — 26 August 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PTTBUSHRD VI JOIIX CAHUWEL.I- THURSDAY ...ArorsTs. iw Local Matters. I nr rlar rasa. TJa U1 uawa.ytaut ral. ' Pkksohs leaving the city to spend the lummer abroad cm have the DailtSiatw- man mailed to them for one dollar a month and have the address changed M ottea a may be dsi.d. Tba postage will bo pre- aid at tlx Austin office. ArrKirnoH ia called to the advertisement ' c ci. Glean, manufacturer of extra white finishing lime. The consumer at distant mints are requested to correspond with him.- ; d&w Thb Wild Bt Illustrated. The Dnyt Doing copies the Btatesm am's wild boy local, and illuatratea the capture of the boy. The illustratioo has him galloping through the wood a, with two men panning on ponies, and throwing laaaoea over him. "As omi of the bone cars was passing across toe raiiroau uav,a jhwiuij, urn hw the engine standing within a few feet of - 1 Jk . L. I . L him." Organ. Barnnm would giro a big price for a atreet car that could see, no matter whether...

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. — 26 August 1875

WEE KL V STATESMAN rUBLIRKKD BT JOHN CAHI)WE1,1 AUBTIIT. TnCRSDAT AUGUST 28. 1875 , '. LINT OF DELEUATU. Tbe Dallas Urrnld priots an alphabeti cally arrange! t of the member elect of tbe constitutional convention. Having cor rected an I auieo'led the same we publish us follows. Allison;, T. CI,, farmer, county. Aburnatliy, P., farmer, I'anola, I'auola Gilmer, Upshur county. Aruim, J. E.. farmer, Colorado county. Abner, IMvid, colored, Harr.tou county. Brown, John Heurv, printer and stock raiser, Dallas. Blake, . ., farmer, Shelby county. Hallinger, William P., lawyer, Galveston. Bliwtiiingamp, ... phyaiciun and farmer, Wliitilro, Grayson county. IJarnetr, J. W., physician, Weatbcrford, Parker county. Burleson, E J ward, farmer,. Ban Marcos, Haya county. Bcnividca, Hunt os, Tancbero, Webb county. Brady, K. XV.f Crimea county. Bruce, II. (., fanner, Cleburne, Johnson county. Crawford, William L., lawyer, Jefferson, Marion county. - Chamber, Ed., farmer, Mclvinney, Collin county. Cook,...

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. — 2 September 1875

o it I. i 0 t f 'it 1, 9 THE STATESMAN. THIS UAILY I pvbltebed evury asoreiiif except Moads. . '' Tl lE WEEICLV ' c 1 Pu bin bed mry Tbar4a norninc . All huelneaa correeixiudauca, torn ma a should b. Mdrw.i t . j . - , - - t - f fHU CiBBWBtU' . . , . i . Awrar. Tiii, " Miscellaheous. -D R. CrTi'L AN E'S - Celebrated Amcricaa Worm Specific, VER M I FUG E. . . iW , . - SYMPTOMS OP WORMS. ';'' THE countenance it pale and .. leaden-colored, with occasional flashes, or circumscribed spot on one or both cheek ; the eyes become dull the pupils dilate j an azure semicircle runs along the lower eye ' lid ; the nose is irritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds a swelling' of the upper lip occasional headache, with humming or throbbing of the ears; , an unusual secretion of sslivsj. slim v or furred tongue t breath very fouIr . particularly in the morning j appetite . variable, sometimes voracious, with a gnawing sensation of the stomach, at ' others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains : in the stom...

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. — 2 September 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBUSnED BT '.TOITT CA1 nWFXI . TEU3IS FOU WEEKLY I ttabacfptloa rur twelr month 8ubKflptU.il (or six month. ....... ""7.7.; I VATABLB IB ADVAVCB. .(in 1 H A 4 rem 11 nf Katrai ' biz. Iwtwj8w raytmiajB 8m8jly t't!t f 5 f V $:s t t 4 ( W tS J 6 1 J 1 6 86 4 8 15 J U 44 6 7 10 11 1ft ' 46 86 10 i Mt lH i Ml M 8 i 14 ib r, a.- to . I'm 14 1! 5 86 fl W ISu 171 M i I 1 46 SO 76 ISU 1 M 'Hi qaarv..' Two aanarM Threa Kiiartni M uur square. . Klva fiiam,,, hix aquarra.. . Vinrircolain Half roluma.... ' ma r"luuia... On tqnM t;ht ltna far lrat loaertior. ; Bfty rent for each nhMuuDf Inavf tloa. Plbpectal noiic-aarxt la reading natter, ft .). 4Mari, aarb inarrttun. Eight nnv or K on aqnarv. tVlicadlng matter, local cuUnnn, Alices cent per llu. AlTrtfarBnta parabl la tdrtarf, nlcM avIiM iIkmm dolMjf rclar tau DrM aadrr contract. TWt arlli contract with part lea tnraaaWea at the aitovc raiaa and not inrooxn luira paniaa. AtTI intmsDAT..... 1TI2NT .SEPTEMBER 2. 1875 TO kl'UKUIHE...

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. — 2 September 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN H)1I CAllOWI'.Lt- TIIITWDAY ...AUGITST2. 1875 Local Matters.,,. w t Kotlewa of nil It I aide will ''" 1 emr regular rale. Xto M,u " uavnrrlua rule). - Mk. Ai.iikbt Tixos died ot coinsump t ion Monday, sad wu buried yesterday. He was twenty-fix years old. Tub exIiiMtion building, stables tnd htot lc pro at the fair grounds are to cost hlxjut f.VrOO. The coatrscts for their erec tion will be b-t in few day. Tiik new hall in the Sampson fc IT en rick a building will It finished tbe early part of next week. It will I nicely finUlied, at tiai-iire, roomy and comfortable. Thk clergy of thin city have held a meet ing and resolved to do the duties of chap lain of the Constitutional Convention gratia. Thin course was resoled upon by Mr. Phil pott, Mr. Wrijrht, Dr. Dodge, and other ministers, several days ago. Wiikn one is overcome by the debilitating effects of the climate tbe system needs s flight stimulant. The best medical authori ties recommend tbe use of the celebrated ...

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. — 2 September 1875

I o WEEKLY STATESMAN JOHN CAItmVEl.1 THURSDAY AUGUST 20. 1875 HrmliliwiM. Under this caption Kansas Citj lady correspondent of the St. Louis Qlubm-ltemo-erat writes tome touching recollections of Texas and some ot her dead heroes, civil and military. Speaking of the frequent Mexican raids on the Rio Grande, and the impnnitj with which they have been made, and the apathy so long manifested in re pelling and puaishiog marauders, she pro ceeds: But, arm the raDeri Who is there left to incite the old spirit? The son of the men who went before? Ve know not Many of them we know are in their graves, the victimswof internecine. But Houston and bis warriors are not there to lead. The HUle's idol, Tom Green, "the youngest and bravest hero of tiao Jacinto," sleeps by the murmuring river near his home, and the wife, whose i.eart broke when be felL, rests beside him. Colossal Jack (Hamilton), Wilcox, Wigfall, are none of them there to stir with their powerful eloquence the un dying embers of pat...

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. — 9 September 1875

THE-STATESMAN. TIIE STATESMAN Ti XT k . K T TimMai DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATE 3M A3T. sHInzie copy, om year .... hin eobpy, aix months . Sliig.e copy. d mtmlU. ......... WEEKLY DEMOCIUTIC Mnple copy, one year ... blnflr rapy, six aaontha iVThe ahore rate are aDoe:... O VV STATESMAN. ........ o 1 o Jliscellantous. DR. G. M1AHKS CELEBRATED ; LIVER PILLS, won th cnti o? . , ; - : Liver Coiplatt, CVSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE. Symptoms of a Diseased liver. 1)AIN in the right tide, under the edge of the ribs, increase on pre- sure; sometimes the pain is in the left side ; the patient is rarely able to lie on the left side; sometimes the pain is felt under the shoulder blade, and it frequently extends to the top of the shoulder, and is some-"1 times mistaken for a rheumatism in the arm. The stomach is affected with loss of appetite and sickness ; the bowels in general are costive, sometimes alternative with lax j the head is troubled with pain, accom panied with a dull, heavy sensation in the b...

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. — 9 September 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN rUBUSIlED BY TEBJU FOB WEEKLY I FnSwrlptlon for twrlva months butwcrljHion for lx moulha riTABLE nr advaxcb. Acvertlalnc Rates i .ft BO . 1 80 lvr 4 3w ' lm Sm Sm 6m i m I It i i ! I i I I I ti'li'lj'.ts'isj 'til lit . 8 1 4 1 5i ; lit 16 5 ' SIS S 7 IV 1. iS SS 46 4! 6 8 15 Vl SS 4S eo Si 7 10 11 1 ft 4i 86 70 6 8 li 1.1 Hi H SO M t u 14 ! if. a') i s i' 14 11 ' i tf. as J 6f "-' 1MI 175 t', , Xt 30 41. ) 7S i ISO 3C0 !) aqnar... 'I wo aqnarra... Thre aquarea.. Four cjutrea. . Iva Mjuwc... Six aquare Uiiartcr col mn I'.ulf column., m column. On qnmre eH-bt !ln- f 1 for lit iaaertion; fifty rem. for eac h autjurDl iiiaertion. rT"hpeclal a otic nrrt to rMilnir mattar, f 1 2"Wr gimre, each iDwrtlon. Ei(ht linra or !- oum aqaara. UrUcMdiaz matter, LuuJ column, fifteen couu per "AdnrHMmrnM payabla lit ad BltM with ttooM doing a reUar bual- irM aadrr toalnflt ItTWi wtli eotiirart with partlca thrmaelrea at the aUiva ran and not throngta third partlea. AXT8TIN THURSDAY. ....

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. — 9 September 1875

IS- 9 f WEEKLY STATESMAN rUBLUHKD BY JOHN CAIIDWKLL. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9. 1875 " Local Matters. ISotlrea fall fcln"a will ekarsred for I onr rrsulai rale, 'fbla will he am UBurjlBt rule. Cotton. Cotton is pouring in lively every day, and the receipts are increasing rapfclly. Yesterday nearly one bnndred bales were brought in. The price was from eleven and a half to twelve rent. Mr. Pai-m proposes to exhibit at the Aus tin State fair a rare collection of Texan and other antiquities. Then, if the officer of the fair choose, these may lie exhibited at Philadelphia next year and then returned to his library room. Mr. Allen, who went to St. Louis and Chicago to get a theatrical company, is ex pected to return this morning. He tele graphed from St. Louis that a company had been engaged. The theatre will open, we presume, abnnt the fifteenth inst. Messrs. A. Scdeidemaxtel & Co. are now moving a stock of One Steinway and Knabe pianos in the new store-room under the Statesman office. Th...

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. — 9 September 1875

O VEEKLY STATESMAN rCHLIBITED Br AUSTIN. THURSDAY ..... SEPTEMBER 9. 1873 KU Ntrlibln. The legend of Kt. S within hag attracted roach attention this year in consequence of the remarkably rainy weather since the fif teenth ot July. iie coc:cin adage ot our English ancestors regarding St. bwiihin is to the effect that an it rains or is air on St. SwiUiin's day, the fifteenth of July, there will be a continuous track of wet er dry weather for the iorty days ensuiDg. On Tuesday the twenty-fourth ultimo, the forty days, which this year began with rain, ended. No one will deny that a continuous track of rainy weather has characterized the forty days, now at an end. The records how that in many previous years similar lengthy rainy seasons have followed a wet Bt. Swithin's day. St. Swithia was Einhop of Winchester and died about 8G2 years ugo, which is long enough to teat auy legend. Swithin was born near Winchester, and was a monk bf the old abbey of Winchester, and though he died a bishop...

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. — 16 September 1875

J t. it ;i a V 1 THE STATESMAN. TIIE IXAJL1VV p -A 111 hod er7 morning except Moods. THE WEKKT.Y pobllbed every Thunday morniiiR. Ail bu.lne curreapuiuiUittca, conifoanl tt n etc thou Id be dtroed to JOHN CABDWBtln Kmrin. Tia TUB SABBATH. "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy." Thi is tbe Divine injunction given to man amid tbe fires and thunder of Sinai. It is Jehovah's awful command to the wea.. aud erring of earth. Thi morn the S-ib-bath bells are ringing throughout the Chris tian world; the bells, the deep toned chorcb bells, inviting the little children to Sabbath school in every hamlef, village and city throughout the land, where the word of the merciful Father and the lore of tbe Saviour ia taught. Inviting saint and sin ner to those sanctuaries where tbe way of salvation is made plain, and the glories of futurity, to those who love God and obey Ilia commandments, like beautiful visions are nnvmled to fill the heart with rejoicing and make glad the weary. How like Dead se...

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. — 16 September 1875

WEEKir STATESMAN PVBUSnED BY .TOTIrY CAHnWKLI. Ttnns fou wbcklvi SnhiMj'liilon for twelve month. ......... i.,... Mibwiuou ior nix moot h FA TAB LI la ADVAKCS. Advertising: RtiMt . ISO . 1 60 tw w-tw tm.lm 4m 'Sib ;9tn It . jJ til I I 1 1, 3i 41 S, II M ti H (till: 1C .5 Sft H B !'! 6" : 5 7 I 11 . 2S 45 5 7U 6 I II II 0 SO 8 It 14 I A 85 S6 1V M t i . t i in IH , HI 7S 150 W SW 'tie nire... Two iqxiio. .. Threw mjnares. Four ,iire-. . Flvts riirtrf , Mix jaar-.. . Ouarier col'mo Half rol'imn .. iJiif eoluinu... Ou sonars lgM llnrs fl for Irat macrtioii; arty crui f'r cm h uliuqu'-Dl liwrtion. t-vVSpectml sot!ca ext to read In Mtllf, f 1 xu- square, each loaartloo. Klght lioaa ur la obs q"f: tVBxMllat mailer, locl column, arisen Cent per IUAlvrtlmnfs payable la i..,I.m wllta INoM Seine rccjaier - im iiitftr (antrirl. We will contract with part 1m themselves t th slxv ralea aud K tlironh third partlea. AUSTIN i nrnsDAT. ..... .September m 1873 TO klUSlHIBEHV ANU COHHKS- Persons writi...

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. — 16 September 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. THURSDAY .... SEPTEMBER 18. 1375 Local Matters. K.tire. ori.ii ki1! 5?.ri rsz at oar realt ri. " nnrirrmx '! New Books! Nkw BoJfcs!-A large and fine selection it now being receivted by J. S. Penn & Co. Osk'b first duty is to use every precaution to avoid disease, but when it overtakr- person it is then a binding duty to employ the best remedies to effect a prompt euro, such as may be found in the celebrated Homo Stomach Bitters, which ' are pleasant to tbe taste and adapted to nil constitutions. Pat Tocr Taxes. "We call the atten tion or all taxpayer! -who hare not yet walked up to the captain's office and settled to the tax advertisement of Sheriff Zinipel Dinn in another column. Those who do not pay their taxet now will have some costs entered ntrainst them. Cou. Ws. Postom, of Caldwell county, has about one acre in .African cotton. - It is exnctly like wool. In fact, when the seed are extracted it ia impossible to distinguish it from the flneat wool. ...

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. — 16 September 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN AXTBTI3M. TIHTR5DAY SEPTEMBER 16. 1875 Home Hole la Tctu. By their fruits ye shall know them. Peo ple who fancy that "Home Rule" is not practical question in our politics to-day will do well to consider the History of one of the greatest of American States during the past five years. la January, 1370, "Home Rule" was ex tinguished iu f:e State of Texas by the in auguration of a triumphant "carpet-bag" administrafion headed by Governor Dana. In his mes-mge sent in then to tbs Twelfth Legislature of the State, Governor Dsvi drew a striking and a truthful picture of the prize which he bad captured. There wa then In the Treasury of Texas th sum of $371,830 in money, sub-jet t to appropriation. "Texas, therefore," il Governor DavL, "may be substantially said to be out of debt." The rate of taxation in Texas was then fifteen cents on $100. By the end of 1873, the rate of taxation in Texas had been increased from fifteen wnts to one dolUir and Kteuty-teten cent on $100, ex...

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