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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 23 September 1875

THCnSDAT f SEPTr:M''U23. 1875 alls- on and Itl Colitesooorart. a Th mM iai !' Ma -nIer I'e.r.. A fnmiu ktt r w riitr lint fail thai South varoliti was and is the most imt-lit-c anl'v developed white popuU'iou uf the siouili. The ptsuple of tlic coast were generally French Culviuiuts English and Hcolch planters m-rchiaW and 1nf?sionul men and their refined and orgitoiziujr 'y w comiielled after the revolutiou to yield yery materia) Ij to the iterner stuff of the upland people most of whom were IriHh and fc'cotch-IrUh. Of these waa John C. Calhoun man of renDsylvania Irish ex- traction and of a Virginia mother. lie was born just at the close of the revolu- tionary war and was educated in the Norfh at Yale College and at the Litchfield law school. His father was a merchant planter and slaveholder. The earl life of Culhoun was studious ambitious ana cneeriul. llis family was strong in the Abbeville district and he went to Congress at the age of twen-ty-eiirht after eervintr in the Lceia...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 October 1875

! - t o THE STATESMAN. this ivx:ly poblLlwd tmry morning except Moods. ' ''""'"' THIS AVEEKLY Alt r.a-lr.a. eoneiDMilHn. eocuaaul Bi etc. should be MiLrw-ud to . ' ' 1 ACTTtl. TXA. Mlsllsnccns.v. CEX.EEKATED LIVER PILLS' . ; yon rau tens or Liver Coiplatxt DysrrrsiA akd sick heapache. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. ! -l - - 1)A1N in the right side under the edge ot the ribs increase on prei-' eurc; me:imc the pain is in the kit ide; the patient is rarely able ' to lie on 'he left side;' sometimes the pain is felt under the jhouldcr- LL'dc 'and it frcmichtiy extends to the top of the shoulder and is some- times rnisuicn 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 ; the ' 'head is trouLIcd with pain accom- panied with a dull heavy sensation in the back part. There s generally a considerable loss of memory ac-. companicd with a painful sensation cf having left undene topethinj...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 October 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN FCBLWHZD BY ! ' JOHN CAnDWELI " TKB3II FOB WEEKLY t Patxetlpti'm for tweJr month......... gabacrtpUoaforaUaxratu......... . r''''' " Adverts!: BlMt "f 1 9m It t as to S 44 tO M 70 6 M S6 1U ISO 175 CM) JU Illllfs t t! t S 4 6 11 I i I T 1t 4 14 t 5 1 10 11 1H SS I u u ) so i u u w e U In n 35 M X 31 W W On q bat . Two aqaara.. Tare auaarc.. 18 H as 46 eo 60 u I5l "oar aqaara.. n aqaar.. Hlz UM.... Quarter col'm Half colnma. Una eotomo... Ooa qnr-l(hi line-! for rt In! Vtj em f each l..qileut lliwirtk. rsrHpeeial ott next to readinf natter l-lw aou're each lnaertton. Kitfht hn or lata oue aqaara. Ana. avartlrraot 1ms villa 1M S arable la las a. iclaur baal- 1 "ill emutct "n Prtl"1 tbemaelv at the abUa rata and aot throagb third parti. ' .TJ8TIN .. OCTOBER 7.1873 THTJRSDAY. TO ll'HKHIBEHs AND COBBES fon debts. .!..-. Tenons writing to this office in relation to their piper or business will please tatd the poatoffice to which the paper is or will be sent or the answer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 October 1875

h i $ ; i X 3 WfiERLV STATESMAN AUSTIN. J 11URSDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1S75 Local Matters. Kotla r all fclMda will be ebrJ Aw II ur rfvnln mim - Tnu wiil Absolutely without a Faixt. If you seek information about the great Charter Oak Stove we are pleased to ay that it is abso- lutely without a fault or imperfection and a marvel of ecomony and neatness. Gov. Coke hiulsaued hi proclamation In which he y that I e publishes the ordi nance of the Constitutional Convention postponing the approaching State elections and continuing the present Legislature in office '"" th i"orriatum and guidance of the officers and people." He does not speak of the action of the Conventitm as a "final ity" hut means it we imagine. Tub following is a list of the nnraes of te grand jnrymon of the present term of the District Court; J. R. Billingsley foreman; W. II. Brown C. PfluRcr. W. P. Robinson John McCuistion J. W. Casner L. M. Brd ley Joseph Blunn Milton Wallace E. D. Walker Andrew Campbell T. J. Henry Joe A. Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 7 October 1875

f nV nna.a 1 . . I ar -n -Bi I M-m . v I . a a 1. ' . I - . i -mi a a . -m . r n ei iiAMvna i ' t ri w iiiruvii c niri rwi -wr hwtti 3nsclancous. WEE KIT .1 lH'H I M Ji a-v-aa .. - - I ft I ft I 1JL) f. -; TTIUBSDAY f.. OCTOBZIl 7 1873 Miscellaneous STUBBORN HA1TDS0HE FIGURES! Up to July 1st 1373 . 255445 - -.a COAK OK? TTaI been sold In 31 States and Territories. No better evidence can be offered of the "Wonderful Popularity of the Charter Oak among; housekeepers of all sec- tions and we refer to every stove In use as a practical proof of their SUPZ2IC2 C0!TST2UCTldlT ' cuxcz & tonroan basins. . . PSSPZCT 0FSRATI01T ' . SCOSrOlTT iHD CLSL1TLI1TESS In uso of fuel and a COMPLETE C0F..B1NATIQH of all the special points that constitute the most perfect Cooking Store ever made. BOLD B-ST BRUSH & WHITE Austin. Texas. JJ JL JLARKS Pliotogr aplior ' Congress AweBue HEAR RAYMOND " WPITTS'S BANK. . seH6m -vj0U S1LE. Block in the former Mildenr of Major C. R. Johtii Uwelllnir honar of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 October 1875

THE STATESMAN ; a ruin;! :m TERMS THK DA1LY " MilUsliud ovwry tnunils; except Muuds- T1 IKVliiiKlV rattriaal vory TharmUv uwrnimi. All baii. curtMioudeiica ootumaal 1 nt etc houW Ik suiUossud lu .. . t JOHN ClltDWKLL "DAILY DEMOCRA LAI flnaiU) ujr on )wir ..... ui... . ' : " .J U 1$ IU) cuyy cut moutn... WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMat hiOLda: coi. ii mm. . : fiO I "XT I . r - bii.vlf fviy ix nioofii 1 40 .1 ' ' If V AUSTIN. TEXA THUKSf A Y )KN1N( OCXOBKR '.'14. 187a. NO. I1 tjSTTt.e above ratu are ourle. M snttf-le. ' 1 t nnwn a nn &V1A:. Kcinarka of Mr. nm ou Public Edu- catluu. J. Prttulent I .Ihoiik the committee Tor 'eliiiing ami expressly limiting the uses for which t.xes may ihs leviea i.y ine. oiste. Their action in this respect meet precisely the tiews width I have long entertained ou the subject f lnuiiatioua oii the exercise of l ln power i regret oniy inac ti.ey p&ve seeu fir to put public 'free ''schools in the enumeration of u-e. And yet in view-of what is deemed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 October 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PTBUSIIED BT JO IT TV CAnDWELI- TKBJH FOB WEiKtJl flabarrlptloo for twelva month..... Bubacrtplioa tor six buwUm MTlUJIIUTUlVi i SO .. 1 60 Atvcrtlslnc Kates I Sua. Iw1wllmtm3m Italttn I ly Ob sqaare... Two aqaarea... Three sqasrea.. Four nvmnm.. yiv Miurat.. fix squares.. . c j n arotf eol' mn . lit Hi 5 8A 45 W 00 Ml ISO $15 25 DA 45 fiA IB HS ISO 2211 30 45 ft) TO M) 100 )IajreulnM.. UM eolumo. On square eight lines t ' Ant insertion; flrtj Cents for each snsseqaeul Uisurtionv ' f4Tpccil aoticrs next to reading tnsttar tl.S0.-r aqiiarr each Insertion. Eiirht lines or tM ana square. tViteaiUug uulbjr local column HI loan cents per Hue. AeWertleeaaeBte payable - la Urar leas with Uom doing regular bual- raa Waaler CtfBtrar. ' (ay We will eu tract with parties themselves at the above rate and not Ihroah third parties. T HTJRSDA Y OCTOBER . 1 875 TO lJW4JMlHKItS AND COIlHItl- FONDENTS. . . Persons writing to this office in relation to their papers or business will pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 October 1875

t ! Continued from second pay. to have anything to do with politics. Hi grangeristn never taught biin to vote tK a man because he wan a Uranirer or vote against Liin because he was a lawyer or any other profession. Mr. Weaver said be bad ever advocated the freedom of the pres 'and still advoca- ted it. He bad suffered as much m any man iroin tue anatnaavcrsioua ol the press; but lielieyed that the press had a right to uiscuss pui.uc men ana measures lie said the Statesman bad handled the Conven tion "without glove" but he did not think it would break the Couveutkm. The press was the sacred palladium of the people's rights aud in the language of Artemus ward iie would say " Let them push." Mr. Jobntfon of Collin said he believed be was right when be came hurt and since the statesman and Ttlegraph bad attacked bitn be knew he was right. Everything that was said and done by members were subjects of criticism and if they were not paid to be kept silent and thereby black- man tne member ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 14 October 1875

y SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR j For all disease rrf the Liver tnmh and fP' MALARIOUS KEVEruJ. HOV. EL 'i"""-? ilZ DYrtl'KPsIA MENTAL nKPKES -1N. HEsTLEsS- It la eminent.y a Family Mrtilcine snd by being kept ready fr Immediate resort w"l Mrs many am hour of sufiertnif and many a dol- lar In lima; and doctor' bill. . . After rorty Year.' trial It In still recelvlog the mwt unqualitied lestlm-ulals of l'a vrhi.- from persons of the h'rht . haracter and re- apaaaTuiliiy. Em nenl j-byslctaus coiuiueud It aa toe moat -v.t.- i'r"rrT T. HPKCIPIO fnr Ouaxlpatlon Headache Pain IB the hhoollrrs. u !.. .!. i had tante in the inui.th. bil- iuo attsAa palpitation of the Heart Pain in I be re- Eton of the Kidu.ys. oes'pouuency jrloom and fore- bodlnirs of evil all of which are the ofrprm- of a dia- The Liver the largest oraan'fb the' body 'a -generally tha seat ul Uu dl amm.- and if not JtauuLATCDin lime vreat snffcrlutf wr. tcbed- ' -' Bess and DEATH will en-oa. -" Jf 1 feel Diix Dauwsr Dibilitate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 October 1875

THE - STATESMAN. pablitbed erery morning except Monda. Tin: aviu;i1vv " mum IG.STATESI DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN it.. i . JRATIC STATESMAN. bs.v tb..... ...-1 uiri copy one year... tingle copy' one Bsoato.. l-nonanvo every Tnnrada moraine. All r-ui.r4 corTeataindctice comuiaul - urn etc bould be addrweva-d. to VEEKT.Y DEMOC RATIO STATEPLir ingle copy me'year . ..... :. SO VOL. V. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER! 1875. NO. 12 mule Cftpynx cuonihs. '........ ......... 1 JOHN CARUUKLIa Auatin I'saa . 87""!" t t'tota ratca are sinni. wv THE STATESMAN ' mm AN. I t V .". Great Ei gush IlemcdjrV CAT II O L I C O IT OB ' " . Iv ' . I "WOK. ID'S JR. EXIEL Y lTotilltl at XaMt'1''. If tub Nxwlv DiaooTTMD PBorsavtae or twb Aral SY RICU Tao W Bleu u Paarawao a i Da. O. Kdoab Umaat TaiUUMbtuuiRuuf Kiion m . Cordial Ualra of Syrlcum TOISiPjl'ILI; ... How awrlafjilor.ly teataMlahed tbe brat known -.1 cwruiuy ! and peraianv at -x ... PREVENTIVE AMD CUfcE it for vr).iMi f Haranos p.-tntfy cod Waiknae...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 October 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PTBLlsriED rr .lorrif cahdwki.u TKll.TI FOR WEEK I. T t tihH)loii fortwrlr month..... snbacriptiuo for six mouth... .......... rATABLi or adtabc. IdrcnUlof Raui . 1 0 Him. 8wjlmmj3mjSra jm ly t i s tv tn n J s 11 1 M 1 1 Ifl 5 JWV ft 15 SO to A io u in as v 6f to u n en u ht H l JVS V) M 1)0 aft IU 150 175 W 41 W '75 W IH n lujnAra. .. Two Aquarr... Uirre wtiarp.. ''ir Ur.. -lvfjum-.. Ix quarrn.. . inariprcnl'inn. aif column.... mm column.... teSn.f.!T1l!ht lln-l ' 0"t uxrtion; fifty j . u. iijmrilfJD . wbPl aotlcaBcxt t reuitnr Kltter tlV" 'i'SI-V'0!1. lB"U"a. Klght linm or Imii nV.. ua " BuaeT' louJ jlumo fltuaa cent par : AdrartlMinaal payable fa a4vanra nlea niih iim dolnir a rcsalar fcast- ' naaer coatraci. . . " "Hi onitroci wlib Jtrtlr tbenuelre at the 'ov rm pd noi turmigb tiiird partiet. HURSDAY. . ...... .OCTOBER21 ; 1871 H ttl'UNCMIMKHA i!il CUUUEN- .Persons writing to this office in relation .3 their pniwrs or busincas' will please state he poatollice to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 October 1875

w c4i l Continued from ucond jxige. tariff; every railroad or other corporation ihall maintain "ptibhc offie wbere tLejr ball kP record of alt-their business transactions. Tbe directors ihall bold an annual me tinp and ahall giro public no- Q tnereoi ttiirty daya before Mid meeting nJ shall report tbe true atate of their boai- tts under oath to the ComptrollerRot lag stock ana ptfcer ropTatliuoberty ahall . he conmuereu person airopsny--ft o raii- nd tball coofcoIitUte with a parallel line. The Legislature shall pass no law granting tbe right to construct a street railroad with nt acquiring the consenfrof Ova local anthori ! tie. Ho railroad in existence at the time ol tbe adoption of this Constitution shall bare " the bent-fit of any fnUra-legitflatioB- except ; Vin acceptance of all. tbe provisions at tins 1 iConstitutiin .pTHicblf raUroadg. XffftJ hundred copies pltue report were ordered 1 !printe(t-.f'r.:; . ;:. Tiiw 5 i I Mr. titayton submitted a minority report. ' . ' . u f I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 21 October 1875

WEEKLF STATESMAN .A.TXIH'X'XXg-. TTIURSDAY OCTOBER J" 1973 TUB TWO FEARPrL DIIPKt. TIOXS.OF DIVIXE PBOVIDEXCE. If old Thad Stevena'a ghost wanders forth upon ood's footstool and strTs.-with an tumnal winds coining down from hyperbo- rean wilds upon Texan plains into the midst of Texan Constitution-menders will lie not Urt np his ghoatly hands in ecataey and bless these good law-girera when he sees Low Lis' and Ben Butler's deadliest blow crer aimed at Southern cirilization and Southern decency and at good goTern ment in the Sontb. is approved I Who are Radicals! Who Democrats f Sir. Floor- noy and his ring of ambitious followers who fear that be may out trip them in bid ding for the support of ignorance and vice and Mr. Johnson who never thinks save as his reason is impelled by his prejudices these are the philosophers and statesmen who baring accepted the most damnable nereties of Tha Stevens and Ben Butler control ausoiuteiy.tbo legislation of the Constitutional Convention. And ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 November 1875

THE STATESMAN JAILY DEf()f:RATIf! KTATOWAV "-wjeeopr.cne yrmr 1S OA cup aw muout .. 1 ' WEEKLY. DEMOCRATIC STATESMaIt Fintr!eeop7on rear . S2 0 otri-!e epv ti month.-.; 1 0 If" Tie above ntn an suerie. ; . ' Miscellaneous. Celebrated American Worm Specific V ER M IFU G E. . SYMPTOMS OP WORMS. THE countenance is ptlc and leaden-colored writ occasional flushes or a circumscribed toot on one or both check ; the eye become -'dull; 'the pupils dilate i ao azure 1iirte nn long "e lower eye- 1 TIlA tTiepM-rita.td.wellr and t ! sometimes feloed ; a iweliuig of the upper lip .'occasional headache with humming or throbbing of the ear ; an nnusuaf accretion of saliva j slimy or furrad .tongue tibraath vory foul particularly in the morning ; appetite variable o-nctimes voracious with a : gnawing sensation of the ttomach at i then entirely gone;' fleeting pain ' in ' the ' itomach ; occasional nausea and vomiting;-violent pain through-. '-'out "the1 abdomen ; bowels irregular at time' costive; t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 November 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT TEBBI FOB WEEKLY t Boneertptlna for twelve reooUt.. ..' bubecrtptlon for U month .. - .rI ASIA IS .aDVAaX. ...... AaJvertlslBa- Bates t ' .ft 54 . 1 SO 81. lw tw3w jlin Sm'Sin ta m If. ODM0r. f1 f J m!N f I"!" t Twoeu.nare... t S 4 6 tt 11 IS f.5 BO Three nare.. S S 7 1 1 5 ft 45 Fonr kiuuh.. 4 s g t 15 10 Xi 4.1 SO Fire squares... B T 10 II IK SA 4 ftft TO fclx square.. . I I 1 U M W U 8W Ouarteroulmn I It I H aft Cu M 100 Half column.... 14 II i K IS H u IV) 175 One nolimn.. tft j m I 88 no It lio M W On equaTs eight lines 1 for flrst Insertion; fifty arm fnr sch aabaeqaent rnaertkm. fsVonecial aotioa aext to reading matter $l.0v square each insertion. uiu nnea or lee one sqnar. I Heading- Bailor local column fllieen ceuu per Hue. AoVerflTne nt vayable fm adranrr. ' an leas will laoM aJoLns; a reg-alar kari ate aar teairart - . fsfVYs wtli contract with parties themaelrea at the allure nui ana not inroagu intra parties. THURSDAY . . . . . . .NOVEMBER ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 November 1875

I o V I i r i O weekly: AUSTINi ' " ' ' 1 nURSDAY NOVEMBER 4. 183 liocal Matters. Ku. rmu n aiii. '?.rTi C"I tUtr iwctilnf rale. w varying rule. 1. Trta universnlr-lestiiiiony i that throat -flr; .ur fnr-all biliary disease!- .avera t;.t;n and female IckBM. eren hen .miis fail U that o:a the. celebrated. IInie Stomach u !3ittert Best Bai Stove Thkt Ever Saw. - iT.ir.prxT who have used the Charter Olt4fof "year t H i the-b -sto M taaj ever taw .bake quitUy aol evenly wun little fuel clean as a pin- make no clinkers no difference what kind of coal they use-. V. 8. Hinton No. SOaEastPecaa street has jifot received a"rjartoaJ of atnnerf'goods fresh and direct from Baltimore at price . cheaper tbaa ' och good hava -been sold lists and tallies' dress goods. If you want bargains give him a calL BracuLoTicB. Loet stotenTn Blan- co river October Hi 187V a sorrel stallion with a star in the forehead two white hind feet 'fifteen1 trana bghv branded R. E. (connected). R reversed on the left sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 4 November 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY... NOVEMBER 4.1875 II new me ion wV.b o ir Ircn bands? He sure of your cirb and n-ln; For I the flower of your puny bands. A the tempest tcunui chain. II. .w I Ian. bulb; conceal t from ti"nt For hiatiy a couuileee hour. At tb cln.ui.Ii boast of no nun might . And tha prids of banian power. When I saw n army upon tbe laid. ; ' A navy own in km ' " Creepi' g along a snail-lika nana Or wniilngu.e wayaard br.-; . . r- When I marked the piasai.l la uu reel . - With ibe toil wiiicn be dally bote. Aa be feebly i oed the laidy whm-l. Or lugced ai ta. weary us j fc t When I maaord the panting courser' Fed The 11 shlol tne Conner dove. As they bore aw king d creed Or lb lln. of Imt.alMit love. -I could out bat th nk how ihe rid Won.fl feel. As these w.re ouistnpp d alar W h. b I a ould be bound U the lurhing keel Of chained lo the fOing ear . ; . ; i Ha' ha! bal ha! they foond me at Uvt; Tney invited me forth at l.iiKth; And 1 ru.hid toniy throne on a thunder-bins' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 November 1875

V u 'r- r o 4i : " - THE- STATESMAN; . - J THE XAXI Y r Jab!Ibe4 ersry morning excspt Kocu. tmMIpbed entry Tbar4iv All bain-ii rorrwpoaiviiri; mmmmmmmr Arm. ria. nlf.OST. PERFECT MAEE; ?ONE THIRD IS SAVEP ' Iit quantity by their jpcrfect purity ajiJ grci. strength; the only kinds uuule by .a rao tical Chemist and Physician with soientitie tare to injure uniformity hcalthfiilncKS deli- cacy and freedom from all injurious milxUiu- "cw. They Me far superior to the common ;-dnltprated Itlnda. Obtain the genuine: Ob- 'I erve' our Trade Jtfarks aa above "Cream." Baking Powder " Hand and Cornucopia." Buy the Baking Powder only in csiih securely labelled. Many have been deceived in loose - tir bulk Powder told a Dr. Price's.- ....... Mannlactured onlv by ' STEIXK & ITtlCl ...... j fooOi &U Loin aud Cincinnati ; ; JJK. ; C. ' iVi'LAN H'S: - -i : . Celebrated American ' Worm - Specific :; V ER M LFUG E.; V. SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. ' HE courtenanre is pale ' and ' leaden-colored with occasi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 November 1875

. . Continued from rti paq. will not put op expensive machinery and furnace until he has found mineral and placed a sufficient quantity of it above ground to fully warrant the further neces- sary expenditure!. He first procure a few Gaining tools a lew kegs of powder a hoist- ing rope and tub with a few necessary sup- plies.' He then seeks that point upon his prospect where he feels assured he is most certain to "strike" good itinera and goes o work. nTittfc confidence in. his own judgment he will persevere at that one place ontil success rewards his labors not dissipating hia time and money in too many place as is sometimes the case with the inexperienced miner. I am satUfled there aie many points in. Llsno and the surrounding coun- try where valuable mints may be opened with an expenditure of less than one thou- sand dollars properly applied ; but there is of course some uncertainty attending initia- tory explorations in any country. "As a moneyed investment by individual or by co...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 November 1875

4 Jjocal Matters" . fiV; -jlnean raiafal UaM. """fay. fx-t 8'.-. no 7.Wi 74 (XI 7 WS 7.U 67. M G0 6A M 73 14 M 48 M SB w M wwiKMijr Pio-Y Tburxlar. Ko. -r3 Tburxlar. Na Friday. Not. BrjccKss. T1m Charter Oak fe in our kitchen U a grand success the lst stove we ever nscd and -me cheriullv recommend It with a clear conacieoce know. ins we do oar fncnus ana neiguoors a tavor . . m who are looking for a Brst-rate stove. - Thb storm of raa fcDd vind which visit el this city Monday erenicg ia aaidto have ben mticU sever a few milea north and in the vicinity of 7ikville Fence Were kfledin'evtraMrectIoa and trees blown donndicnalinatery. The riiri also poored down in torretrta. -v" . t t There is an imnieijd amoudt of agricul tural imulemeatt At ihaialr trpunds : also brocdefj faorse! cattle sheep and hoga in sfoiiiitlaece ; tlier is kikewiaa a good shyw- Inff In the eica'titire aad -art- Ueey fancy articlca eta : either is there any acarcity of restaurants fruit stands saloon etc. From app...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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