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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 11 November 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN THTBSDAY NOVEMBER 11 1875 Htmtuu of a Poor Yonn? Ctrl and Us Cnhappy 12 a d lii e. Oa'Hovne trcer in a email ivy-clatl cot- tape realties with her irascible widowed father a romantic young girl named Flor- ence. She loves dearly to build castles in the air tenanted by herself and a fairy prince whose wealth i only equaled by bis beauty and surpassed by his affection for and towards her. Her father is fearful lest the girl's head should be turned by reading the Leader ml Waterly and similar publications and is apt to rem! r'c in an un- finished manner that if he thought she was fretting any of that into her bead he'd do Sis duty as a father should. Florence is employed in a hat factory. A few days ago she read in the Waterley the following ro- mantic item: How She Fouxd a HcfiUASD' ot many weeks ago a young girl employed in a hat factory at Walsingbam Mass. who had wearied of the narrow and ubconge'nial sphere of her home wrote on pink-tinted paper in a neat band ful...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 November 1875

the statesman. 'Villi DAILY Butllhd ersry morning- except Monti. Tin: vjl:i:iclv p iblirherl every Thursday muniiin. All bulnr anrrwtomU:nco conusant i B ate. bould b uijmiKd to - OII! CAHDWRtt Arnn. i's- EES 1 3' DAILY DEMOCUATIC STATES'sUN. ttnta copy ana- yaart i. v...;.... I - i " btutfia copy alx fiMmiKa ... ..... . ..... SS UiS Single co.y cu ayuiji. ... .vvv.t . a WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Mnglecoyoae aaa i-.-;.-.i.;.-..Si 4 6V Siri?la cay six suuntiia. ......... ......... 1 AO l-WTbe a bora rate are furria. vol: v. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18 1875. NO. 15 4s- -a. I 1 r Miscellaneous. ; " - 'CXLEBHATED ' LlVEIi PILLS ( t . . . oa tus ccaa of LlYEB COIPLATXT DYSPEPSIA ATD SICK HEADACHE. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. PAIN in the right side under the edge of the rib increase on pres- sure; sometimes nhe pain is in the left- tide the patient u rarely able to lie on the left ii!ej sometimes the pain is fl-lf under the shoulder- blade snd it frequently extendi to the (op o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 November 1875

7 nr JJJl.WJ PCBUSnED BT ' JOHN' CAHDWELI TEtt.ni FOR WECKLTl flnbserlptlon for twelve month Buutcriptiou for six months . rAYASL I ADVASCB. Advertising ItitMi .1 M . 1 60 Bum. !wiVwl lm tm' Sni t ! 6ra j9n One sqnsr... Two sqnarea. . Tores kUum. Four squares K1t (quart. rttx squares.. OuartereoTma Hal column... One cola mo... $S 5 I" S 8 11 7 12 1 8 U 83 ft It t i 86 18 tU U W 66 It to H 60 8ft J6 16 66 Ml 160 H j H) 7ft 160 0 4 6 t 10 1 14 W 88 no 49 60 TO 80 ino 17S auo One souareetKht line-St for trat Insertion; arty Cwi for each sueeeqoent Insertion. HVbpeclsl euttc. nut to rrad in matter l.0v"r Square eacb insertion. Kiht ! or lea one square. Mkewllof maUtf local column nlleea cents per ""llTrrilvniriiU payable In idrinr awleaa wllh CkeM dolus; a reguJar fcael- dueler ceitrart (4TWc will contract wlih parties themselves St the above rates sad Dot through Kurd parties. TIHTRSDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1875 TO kXHSCUItliatM 1D COUHLS POMDKNTN. Fersons writing to this office in relation to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 November 1875

THE STATESMAN. THURSDAY. ..NOVEMBER 18 1873 Local Matters. t.ar res alas rases. 1UM win aavarrlBK rale. Cottos. Oar market continue bigb. compared with other market. Receipts continue bear and price range aa follows ; Ordinary 8c; good ordinArr 8c; low mid dHng 10c; middling. 10 3-4c. - - " ' Thbocobodt the United State and in fact - the ' continent of North and South America and tb Wast lndiec tbe celebra ted Rome Stomach Bitter is the standard remedy for the various di teases to which w are all mora or ! subject at tbi aeason of the year and it ataads first a a remedy for female aickoeu. BcBsrrVd Cocoaum for th la'r bat stood the teat of tima and competition. It ha establiabed a reputation for purity and efficacy Jn every quarter of the world. Mil- lion of bottle have been aold during the last twenty years and the public have ren- dered the verdict that it is the cheapest and boat hair dressing in the world. - - - i ' THOr Ziiibeo a youth who lias been cnppled on the railroad desi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 18 November 1875

Q 1 jC y THUKSDAY NOVEMBER IS 1875 Tbo maaou tcaol; lMaotders. Mao5 Texas October 28 1875. Editor Democratic Btatemham "Peter" iielda the quill with earns ar.l fcrace lut be too commits errors. Tlio count f Miuon is not in reality ruled by "two factions" as "Peter" observes. Tiie population is uIkmii five-eighths German witli the rent Ameri csds. There are tint more than two or three bad Oltiduos in the county while all the rest are characteristically lovrr of peaee law and order; are io'iustriuu latmui and lock-raisers being principally dependent on the Utter buiiueas tot a livelihood. Abbot one-fourth of the American popula- tion may be classed 'WitS the Gerrnaiie as t aimers aud stoek-raifers aul axe also men of peace and good conduct who are in perfect amity wi.tl the Germans and with them equullv denounce and abhor lawleaanesa of every iei-ctiption. On account of the late murders Laving been perpetrate! almost exclusively on Germans as a class by numerous and bloody bund of out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 November 1875

. THE STATESMAN TIIXO DAILY published every morning except Monde. XI US. i.VKKICL"V i a.'-? published evrr Thumdav naming. All bnauircuimfMiMaiuc. eouuasnl tt ns etc should b adiirrted to 1 JOIIt ClBfWFlL At'"Tll. lA. DR. CMS celebrated .11 :ch .LIVER -PILLS " ijvsprpsiAAKb sick iWbA&Hg00 Symptolhs of a Diseased liver! r PAIN in the right c; tlnart'tfl-' edge of the rib increase bri prtrs- ' '- .are sometime the pa-n b ia 'the . left s'ulc the patient is mely mblcj t-te-lie- on the left lide: iotaierfmer1 the palh is . flit uiyier tlx; .honldori ; Llade nd it freucntlx.eTtendHlStA the top of the shouAJgr and U some- time mistaken fbr rheumatism in ' the arm; ;ThC stomach ur affected v. itb lots of appetite. ndfcknsf!t . the. bowel in general .re Icottive J .ornetirnes alternative witkv J.xjf te i head is troutlyd wuhpajpji jcjQBiria panicd with it tJull Heavy sensation ja the bade p.rf. : There is'gclxrairy I considerable loss of nicniotyf-acr c6mpariief with a painful sensation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 November 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBLISEED BY JOHN CAUDWEIjIj. TK II 'TIS POU WEEKLY I Bobeerlrrtlon for ttrelY month cubecrliuun lor elx month PAYABLB IS ADVASC. advertlalnt; Rateat ..ft ... i to Sua. lwl w; 8w liny tin: Sin am m I r : II du aqnare.. Two aqnare I" i M as 5 60 tut u ISO 15 80 49 60 Thru equaj.J 86 45 B6 06 So ISO sun Foor fure.. 'lri equare... till tqUMTM tJuanercot'oia Half column.... On color!... TO 80 WO 175 tt as! w On mare eltrht Une-l for lrat lDMruon; fifty '...h ankiMinMlt itlMtftUin. peclJ Kitlc n-xt to reading matter ll.Myar .T..r. LZ-h Inaction. Kluht line or 1 on mux. Ur"Jhdlng mattar local column fifteen ceau per K.. Aarrrt1mi"it parable In idrinr anlm with la-ana dolus a regular taw Mnr catrrl. "W will contract with parties themaelvM at tha AUBTIN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1875 TO IVIWCttlBEBS AHU couuu- poudents. Persons writing to this office in relation to their oanera or business will please state the postofhee to which the paper is or will be sent or the answer must ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 November 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. TUUHSDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1875 Local tfitttcro. Notices of all blade will rber;el for cl oar regular rate. Tkua will an extvarytuag rale. Dennis Cohwix is tommncod a a can- didate for Sheriff of Travis county. H ia a gentleman who stands high ia this com- muiitjr and he will receive a very earnest support. i ' ' 1 Butpyi PBBFBtcnoM. We Lave no hesi- tation in saying that (be Charter Oak is beat arranged for burniog soft coal of any Hove we have ever aeea and our customers with- out a single exceptiou proclaim them per- fect in all their arrangements and especial- ly adapted to the inferior soft coal of the West. Col. 3. W. Hobebtsos announces himself as a candidate for the office) of county at- torney lie prnxes to trust his fortunes to the county Democratic nominating con- Teuto n and should be be selected by that body the Statesmah will give him its un- divided support. Mil. B. M. Ovom is annouuctd as a can- didnte for tb office of sheriff of Travic county lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 25 November 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY .NOVEMBER 25 1875 Tlia nolbcMo-Law. " Tha tnothT-in-law either does or does not take the lead in ber owd bouse. It she doet the appetite grow hj what it fee. la opoD and luDgiog tike Alexander fur other worlds to conquer she tries ber hand on her son-io-law'a borne. If she ia a cipher in ber own home she aucka for compensation in tUat of her daughter. Accustomed too to look on the latter as still a child she finds It difficult to lay aside her old babita of command or thinly reils tbem tinder tbe cover of obtrusive advice. Her daughter may from custom filial pity or weakness at first put np with anch treatment tbongb after a time even she retain. The son-in-law however is different. From the time be left school be has considered himself capable of managing bis own affairs and tbe dignitv of married man has inflated bis self-importance greatly. . lie is restrained Oy no habit or filial piety. Ilia mother-in-Uw talks of and to him as her son but be feels that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

o fccaa THE STATESMAN TXIH3VIX3 I ... JAILY DEMOCRATIC 8TATESXAK ' re - I I nn i ' li - - - r -- I I ! - I ill . . ' TKTTTTiTrrtTrTr'r :TTnTv -anpi-mnk a mwr rinh a rmun n i jr a 'tt statesman.: Till; DAILY raU.bd every Burning except Monday THK WKEKLY JOHM C1RDWRLL Acarta. l aiaa is cited from the official n-cord of this same idbtituliou. It appears that a compilation ne acopy on. yrar ........... Oft B iiloo.y aixmontli o"Kte cojy eue month. . .. 1 r WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN f niMe copy one rear i bitiylc ! .ii months I I 5The above ratee are wfri. VOL. V. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2 li75. " NO. 17 0 o 1 o DR. C. M'LANE'S Celebrated American Worm Specific VERnFUGE. SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. THE courtenance is pale and leaden-colored with occasional flushes or circumscribed spot on one or both cheeks ; the eyes become dull; the pupils dilate; an azure semicircle runs along the low r eye- lid ; the nose is irritated swells and sometimes bloeds ; a swelling of the upper lip ; occas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

PUBLISHED BY JOHN CAHDWELL. TERMS FOH WKEKLVl obsertprton fi twelve months J an subscription lor nix month 1 W PATABLS IS AKTAJIC. AdvertUInc Hateat Bum. lwi Jwj3w jlnv2nij3m 8ia dm j 1 rm aqnare... ljs i a.-)' tJI $' Twokjuhm.. 4 4 ftl jl 1 - Three squares.. X 5 8 7 IS IB Far uwm.. 4 (l 8 v ' ' " ytvv squares... A 7 K 4S Ki - 70 Six fqasr-s.. . It H ' W W 6 Cuanercol'mn. I II H M B 60 M KM llalf column.... U ID Si K IS M 60 1.1) 175 One column.... 86 M t 78 150 0 P One tqamre 1ht lines $1 tor nrst insertion; fifty cent f'jr wb (ukoeqaeDl insertion. IVUptcul Butte. next to nlin?lnttr f1.10).T K)ura eurh Insertion. Kiirlil line or less one sq usrs. (."ftesillug matter local column fifteen ceuu oer Hue. A dverf l"ene"t parable In arivanre In wllk thoae dolus a regular busi- Xtr under contrarl. t-Ws wil contract wuta parties themselves at the aor rata aud not through third parties. THURSDAY DECEMBER 2. 1875 TO IC88CUIBEBS AUD COBUEI tOMKNT8. Persons writing to this office in relation t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

constitution-Continued. ed prior to the first day of July 1873 and for the pay- ment by the school districts in the State of amounts J'ustiy due teachers of public schools by such district to lanuary 1876. Sec. 37. Mechanics artisans and material men of every class shall have a lien upon the buildings and art- icles made or repaired by them for the value of their labor done thereon or material furnished therefor; and the Legislature shall provide by law for the speedy and efficient enforcement of said liens. Sec. 38. The Legislature may at such time as the public interest may require provide for the office of Com- missioner of Insurance Statistics and History whose term of office duties and salary shall be prescribed by law. Sec. 39. The Legislature may from time to time make appropriations for preserving and perpetuating memo- rials of the history of Texas by means of monuments statues paintings and documents of historical value. Sec. 40. No person shall hold or exercise at the sam...

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

THE NEW cossTmraos or the STATE OF TEXAS. Carefully Compared with the Origint Department. .1 Copy In thfs'Stnte rilEAMItLK.' llumbl' invoking the blessings of Almighty (Jod the people ot tlie State of Texas do ordain and establish this Oonstitntion. ' '.; 7 AUTIC'LE I.- HILL OF EIGHT:'. That the general great and essential principles or ' ' liberty and free government may bs recognized and. estab- lished we declare: .. . Section' 1. Texas is a free and independent State . subject only to Jho Constitution of the United States and . the maintenancei of our free institutions and the per- ;'. .petnity of the Union depend upon the preservation of the 1 right; of local self-government .unimpaired to all the .StateS.. '(' ft ii li ' .:;'.. )- ; ;i; V V Sec. 2. All .political power is inherent in the people and all free governments are founded on their authority '! and instituted lor their benefit. - The faith of the people of Texas stands pledged to tho preservation of a republi-. ' lean f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

. m m it iA a; x i xv r i ii t 1. . once oi ine inienuon 10 appiy mereior enaii nave uwu tti n iHiiMi i 111 iiih inrjiiii v. wi rif in iiiHiirr m iiiiii" in t itz affected mar be situated which notice shall state the sub stance of the contemplated law and shall be published at least thirty days prior to the introduction into the Leg- islature of such bill and in the manner to be provided by law. The evidence of such notice having been pub- lished shall be exhibited in the Legislature before such act shall be passed. Sec. 68. The Legislature shall hold its sessions at the city of Austin which is hereby declared to be the seat of government. ARTICLE IV. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Sectiox 1. The Executive Department of the State shall consist of a Governor who shall be the chief Execu- tive officer of the State a Lieutenant-Governor Secretary of State Comptroller of Public Accounts Treasurer Commissioner of the General Land Office and Attorney- General. . . 8eo. 2. All the above officers of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

posed of probate business' either in term time or vacation as may be provided by law and said court shall hold a terra for crirniatl business once inevery month as may be provide by law.' Prosecutions may be com- menced ' in paid ' court by information tiled by ; the County Attorney or by affidavit as may be provided by law. Grasd juries empanneled in ths District Courts Bhall enquire into misdemeanors and all indictment therefor returned into the District Courts shall forthwrth be certified to the County Courts or other inferior courts having jurisdiction to try them for trial and if such indict- ment be quashed in the county or other inferior court the Eerson charged shall not be discharged if there is proba- le cause ofgnilt but may be held by such court or magistrate to answer an information or affidavit. A jury in the County Court shall consist of 6ix men ; but no jury shall be empanneled to try a civil case unless de- ' manded by one of the parties who shall pay such jury ' fe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

wt!ri"any citytown or village or upon any public holders of junior titles as provided in sections two three MiTfThwriv. witnout nrst acnuinncr tne conseni 01 me lucm ana xuur 01 una aruciv. "rs - y - . . w . . authorities 'having control of tne street or highway pro ' posed to be occupied by such street railroad. 8 ec. 8. No railroad corporation in existence at the -'time of the .adoption of this Constitution shall have the 'benefit of any future legislation except on condition of -'complete acceptance of all the provisions of this Consti- "tu'tron applicable to railroads. 1 Hkc.1 9. i No railroad hereafter constructed in this fctate Sec. 2. Any claim of title or right to land in Texas issued prior to the thirteenth day of November 1835 not duly recorded in the county where the land was situated at the time of such record or not d-aly archieved in the General land Office or not in the actual possession of the grantee thereof -or some person claiming under him prior to the acciuing o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

! 3 i O ?! 6 V r! ! f . t -WEBKLY -STATESMAN fUHSDAY DECEMBER 2. 1875 Meteorological orTntlosi. arr. Was. Noatraad lnverrer. Temperatare end rain from November ' "Sw.tl list. i r.m. 9 r.a. boo rainfall M 4ft MM 60 fj M.l m ret nw o : M 6 U AA 0 Sfi hi 01 0.05 70 64 6 Ml 51 67 46.(10 . .. 041 Fnnday Oct. SI... Monday Nor 3 TaeMiev. Nov. )U M 47 i M 4'J Wecncsday. Nov.it '1 bUrsasT. so.. Friday. Not. So Saturday Nov. S7 Toal ralnMIl Ckstbal trains now ruu rive t Austin at 7 a. u. leare at 10:30 a. U. and 6 except Sunday. u follows: Ar- and 6:10 r. x ; 30 p. u. ; daily Dayid II. Haryky of this city has lost Lia suit in New Orleans t. Home Mutual Barings Bank and Henry Stern ka:ned bia against the American Mutual Insurance Company. Estirklt Satisfactory. The Charter Oak ia aa near perfection as we ever expect to find a move. Entirely satisfactory ; in short a perfect aucceas aa a first-class cooking stove. Mr. D. A. Todd is a candidate for coun- ty assessor and will place his claims bef...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 2 December 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN A.TXSTIlXr. TimilSDAY DECEMBER 2 1875 EDITORIAL NOTES. Sliawncctown ia an old very old settle- ment that used to exist on the Ohio. It was founded in the first years of the current cen- tury and was growing apace in '1812-13 when tbe terrible New Madri i earthquake shook the village off its piss and so fright- ened it that it was "ttuoU;d" and couldn't grow any more. Soon afterwards the first steamer ever en ia the YV'st. an original snorting high-pressure craft came one dark oisuial. foggy dreary night aflame and puffing and biowiug down the Ohio. Bnawneetowa ui-ardthn uproar and had just dug up a bebeuioth's bones and had never ueard of the inventor Fulton or of a steamboat. The whole population of Shaw- neelowu nine men three women ami ne- groes stood opon the river bank and in rapt wonder gazed and listened. The steamer roared and blazed and pulled out its white oreath and thundered as it came. Bhawneetown beheld before its glaring eTes the very behemoth the gen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 December 1875

THE STATESMAN. 7 L o r I- rs 'riilU 1JA1L.Y psbliahcd every morning except Moods'. this wj:i;klv p lMlrhed every Thnrsdav mornin. All t.ii.luet. correspondence comiannl i B etc should he d'lrc-ed lo J Oil MnDWKLt 4eTIM. I aA. Jlisceliiini-'ous. THE CELEBRATED PREP ABED BT THB nOMfi BITTERS COMPATTT OF ST. LOflAV. These Bitters are prepared with the greatest care from a receipt long in possesion of one of the Company. - They were originally compounded by a celebrated French Chejnlst and are the only Tonic and Stimulant permitted to be used In the Armies and Government Hospitals of France. They are a certain preventive of FEVER ft AGUE INTERMITTENTS. INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA AND AN UrTaT.IJBIJC CURE FOR FEMALE SICKNESS. By using It moderately three times a day after the system has been reduced by sickness or dis- ease it Is unequaled as an Invlg- orator and Itecupcrant. DntECTIONS ON THE ISABEL. X9 tUdt SHOULD THH07I A WITH. ' . rOBSAUC BY . ' DEI.CC ISTS AID BtXhtUH CK5ERAIXI. rfMU BIT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 9 December 1875

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT .I01IPT CAHDWELl. TERMS rott WEEKLY) Subscript loo for tsretvs months .' ituBsrriptioa for six month fAYASLB a ATAC. AdvsrtUlag Katt ...fl GO ... I SO 5m lw; w; w iB tm'ta Ida 1 tit Iih squsr. .. 'I o squares.. Tkr squares. 30 46 80 TO W roar square.. MMKjlUKi.. Ms square.. ejnselorcoTmn llalf cotnma.... Itti column... ir 1T5 0 On square eight line f 1 for first hsaertion; fty cents for ab subsequent insertion. lrlectal nutlets Brit to read I nf mat Ur f l.SDy ai(ire each Insertion. Kight lines or less nam square. (HiMUi( matter lucai "! - r n. ... . It AaWerflas-osesiU uraM in alma wilt Iim las a maiar b--s-am aaator caarael. HTWc will contract with parties themselves at the a nor rata and not through third partial. ITIN .DECEMBER 9 1875 THURSDAY. TO HBKCUIBERI AND COHBU- POIfOBNTS. . Persons writing to this office in relation o their pfipera or business will please state the postoflice to which the paper is or will I sent or tho answer must be mailed....

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