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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 November 1876

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10, 18T8 Expenses at Harvard and kale. The division of college into city collcgea and country is more marked in regard to the expeoM-a of their students than in re gard to the character of the instruction they give. The instruction of a Harvard profes sor of Oreek may not differ essentially from that given by an Amherst professor; but the expenses of a Harvard student are double or triple those of an Amherst student. The .extremes of the total annual expentcs of students at Ilirvard, which my be con sidrred the representative of city colleges, like Yale, and the colleges in the city of , New York are about $430 and $4000. But tho poor, economical student, who ' stints himself to $150, lives in ret anguula dotni ft id eats the cheapest food ; and the rich udent, spending $4000, lives luxuri ous j as the wealthiest New Yerkor Doston ' families. But these amount are extremes ; more poor students spend $550 or $000 than $150; the expenses ...

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. — 23 November 1876

T U ' THE STATESMAN. TIHC UA11.Y a published every morn Ins except Monday. TIIK WEEItXiY ' It puhHrtted every Thursday morning. AJLY DEMOCRATIC bTATESMAN. Blarfe copy , on year-.... Single copy, (fx month. ........ aUagia copy, on Bujcta. . WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAt 13 should b ad4iv.nl to " puiuew erropoupcuc, commanJoaUons, eta. --.-at,... a----------- bin?!ecpj, wx .bonth fUnrrl iAnv An MbJ vol. vi:r;i AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, IS7G. NO. 15 CAtlDVlbLL. Sc ititmnit. Auatta. Texas. w ' 1 o. 'sv. THE STATESMAN, . , I.-. ..V. .:.i.: i ' ' ' X yo X v o THE CELEBIti) TED fflllil . fbepaked rr thx SOUS JJITTEH3 COMPAKY, . , ow ax. xxri. ' : . These Bitters are prepared Trllh the greatest caro from a receipt lone In possession of on of tho, Company. They wero or lsrlnally compounded by a celebrated French Chemist, aud are the only Tonle and Stimulant permitted to bo used In the Armies and Government Hospitals of Trance. They are a certain preventive of FEVER & AGUE, INT...

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. — 23 November 1876

WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 83. 1370 TEn.HS FOR WEEKLt t Smnaeriptloa for twdva months tl SO babacrlptlon for its month io VATABLI IJf ADVAICE. Advertising; Rateai Sua, jlwjwiawlin Smijiu 6ta j9m lr OMtqura... tlls!'ll f 1l!lB f TvotqutM... S 3 4 6H II 16 So 30 Tbraa qaarv.. X 4 i II U V, ml I, 45 Four (quar.. 4 t B I lij So f en ?W jaaraa.. . ft f 10 II IX K 4 M W HI(um.. . 6 f IS 13 SO M &aanrru! im 8 li 14 1 1C K, J b6 1 ltfleolon.. 14 I SO tS 5 fc". V 1 175 on eoloinn,,... K tt I I 4 , 60 1 7M HO aij0 On sqtura aftf)! tin 1 for Snt lairaon; fifty Cent far each abMqntt IdmtUoii. fw8peil aoUasaeit to reading mattrr, 1.t0).ir qiiitr, earh lnanrtioa. Kttfht hue or ! oua nr. FSVUeadiag mattar, local eolumn, Crieea oetilm par Uliu. Adyertfinnta parable In 4ncr, Dleaa lch tduaa dolus a regular bnal rM under contract. tVV will eMiirwi with partle themaulTCt at Ui lion rata and not ItuxraU third prtiec. TO ACBSCHIHEUS AND COUUU SOXDKNTS. Person writing to this office 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. — 23 November 1876

, v o A . if i WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT TITUnSDAT NOVEMBER 23, 1876 Ah Elmakt Auticlh. Dr. Tott' Hair Dye is a great triumph of chemistry. Ik ing free from all iojuriou qualities, its ef fect is so Datural that the closest observer would not observe it. It imitates nature to perfection, and is old all over the world. Gk. Etkelk received a dispatch tbe other day from Capt. Spat lis, at Dallas, aylog that he bad been stopped there by a writ of haleas corpus, alleging that Ttiomp- u was amenable to the laws of this State for a murder he was charged with commit ting in Aransas county. Both the grand jury and the petit juries of the present District Court scetn to be performing their duties zealously and fearlessly, and to the satisfaction i f tlitir law-abiding and peace-loving ftllow-citi-Cins. The officer, courts and juries can not be too unrelenting on the unlawful. Good foh Dat or Nioiit. The mond Spectacles," being entirely freo from any injurious substances, can be used equal...

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. — 23 November 1876

WEEKLY PUBLISHED BT THURSDAY XOVEMBEH 2?, 187(5 Hume mat Farm. Tde IIocse. The only probul;! source of dinger to health in the farm bouse lies in the condition of the cellar, or of the pace which separates the lowest floor from tbe grouod. If there be a cellar, observe whether" it it dry and free from etuuJiog water or decayed vegetable matter (allowed to accumulate- there through the negligence "of errant). If the house is built Ui the ground, tbe lowtr floor should he at least eighteen inches above the grouod, aod the Idea should be so open that the air can cir cnlata freely through this space. Xauc Slops. low common i it for the kitchen authorities in a farm house to throw - the slops upon the ground, just outkitlc the kitchen door, and perhaps within six feet of the well. I have known of a boarding house epidimx of diarrhoea which could be traced to nooiber source Irian the contam ination of tbo well water by a shallow pool f sun-exposed foul-smelling slops. A crtnented ciitern ...

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. — 30 November 1876

THE STATESMAN. TIIK DAILY pabUtbed every morning except Monday. TIIK WKEKLY Is pobllshej every Thursday morning. All buslneea corre-poopmce, comra a n ieatl cms, -should b addr t-d to UHUUKLL nORHIft. Austin. Ten. WEEKLY THE STATESMAN. OCRATIC STATESMAN T23XIIVI I . OAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAK. Stnrleeorjy, on year.... ..................SIS OO Slavic copy, six months w Single copy, en mouth 1 WEHKLT DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30, IS7G. NO. 16 iincle copy, one year , !ni?te cepy, eix month trSr-The above rata are SDoci. i.s DEM PRINTING. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING! The MordmntM find IiukI ueM Men f Aumtltx nd elsewhere are respectfully Informed that wt are UiureujtliJy prpard to ejrcc.l uU kind of Book and Job Printing- ntrijiNO- and the manufacture of OUR OFKICI AS A MERCANTILE JOB OFFICE li not surpassed In the State, work, front a Every call of plats CARD TO A MAMMOTH POSTER xaormo wrra 1 1 Neatneaa and Dlspaton. au. ni XatoHt Hty-less ot Type OM BAU...

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. — 30 November 1876

WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1870 TEIIM9 FOIl WEEKLY I Biiltan11oa for twelra montha..... Subscription (or tlx montba ft 50 1 W rtruu a aDVAJica. Advertising Rateat Six. lw;w SwIlm Sm Sm Gmlttm ly 'it I I 1 One aqwre..'. $1 1 is' $ $1 1 fs f fltil" f Twoff.oaroa... l I 4 8 S 11 1A! 25 30 Threa square.. t 6 I 1 11 10 5 SS 4.'. Foor aquaraa.. 4 a B 15 S5 44 01 FWs aoiiarca.. . ( 1 10 II 18 6 K T hi suarrs.. . I I II 13 lb (0 HI U OoartsvcoI'mB. h i 14 16 t-' 8ft Ci ft 1u flair eokiam.... 14 18! A 64 " l 1" yna column"., fe " VM Ono aquara elgbt I tea (1 for first Insertion; fifty crma for asr.h aubaeqoent luf tWn. ttT'lSpoelal notlwancxt to read!!) msttaf. f1.IOvT aouarr, each InaeHloo. Eight linea or Itaa one aquara. WUmtiiot matter, local column, flJlccn ccnta per line. Advr-rtlMtnanta payabla In advanre, aclMa aa-liu luoaai aoiug rtfaiar ouai- liraa under contract. rSWa will contrari with panic themselves at the abora ralaa and Dot tbroufh tlurd partlea. TO UBSCHIBEBS idD...

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. — 30 November 1876

V I. V WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBL18HED BT CAiinwr.Wj Moimi?. THURSDAY XOVEMBER 30. 1876 It isn't every presidential election which fiivts both eiJcs the pleasure of a victory, even fr a day apiece, hut this one gives both sides that pleasure for several clajs, and both si!es at once. Ax Elmast Autici-b. Or. TuU'e Hair Dve ! a great triumph of chemistry. lin ing free from all icjuricu, fjuitiitie-s, its ef fect is so natural that the closest observer would not obscrro it. It imitates nature to perfection, and is sold all over the world. Tint Rkst 12 THE WortLD. The SpCEcer Optical Manufacturing Company have, by honest care and skill, produced the un tfjuuled "Diamond Spectacles," which prove the hist friend of thousands w hose tight has Ix-en impaired. See that em li pair has the diamond trade-uiaik. For sale in Austin by A. IJ.ihn. Tiik fourth sp-in r-f the river bridge has been iwitie and is well advanced towards completion. . The two remaining spans will be completed so soon as the pie...

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. — 30 November 1876

r WEEKLY STATESMAN PUELISHKO BT CABDWELL MOI1 1114. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 80. 1976 Editorial Nates. Ten thousand Califoroiani expect to Ict for tbe Black Hllla next year. The eonttitatioa of the next Legislature of New Jersey, which it to choose a succes sor to Senator FrelioglmjstD, seems to be a matter of some doubt. The Democrats hare a majority of one in the Senate, count ing one Independent Democrat in tbe num ber, while tbe House is a tie. This would gire tbe Democrats a majority of one on Joint ballot. The introduction of universal liability to military service in Russia has proved far less effective or tbe purpose of increasing the forces of the empire than was expected. Instead of tbe army of 2,500,000 which it was thought would ultimately be produced by tbe new scheme, it has now become evi dent that the largest force Russia can dis pose of on a peace footing is 20,000 officers and 720,000 men, and on a war footing 40,- 000 officers and 1,200,000 men. This is not the first clo...

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. — 7 December 1876

THE STATESMAN. TX3X3Vr 3 OAILY DEMoi.'itATiiJ STATESMAN. TIIK DAILY pahUthcd trery noroln; eacept Voauay. TIIK WKWrXY It pnhllahed errr Thnraday morning. All bo.iiiw rnrreepoopeucc, coauaunleatioos, tie. ahonld be addmwni i CAUUHUL 4c IrlOHRIS. Au.ua. Taxaa. -.ipceopf, in year l yn Pinglcnt'r, i mon'I. 0 ingle copy, one ami 1 WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMa r Inrle eopy, ot year ? 5 Slnri e-apy, six avtntha .- 0 Iv the akora rata, arc aoode. VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, IS7G. NO. 17 TltE STATESMAN "IIKCE! LANEOf S. JPHLY DIRECT ROUTE FOR Mexico Far West THBOroa C51TED STATES KAIL LEC2. TEXA8 AND CALIFORNIA STAGE CO United fiuw mall coaches U'4-b Aanttn tci 3n Antonio every lucadny, ILaradiy and fiaiarey nonungt for FiunjR!CKSBn!a, loyal vaixxt. MafOX. ME.NAKI'MVli.Ll;, yyUT M KAVJtlT. FOltT CONCHO and all WESTERN TEXAS. The roachea (tartin Tuesday and Saturday luu . elm councciluna at run Coucho for - fOfT ITOiITO!!. FOHT PA Tin, fWT CITMAJI MAN aXIZARIO. V.1LIT4, .L I'A...

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. — 7 December 1876

THURSDAY OE' EWBEU 7. 1876 TliH.TIS FOn UtUiLYi Sobscnptlou for twelY. mouths... ... Subscription for tlx mouths rtlUU U ADTAXeS. Aslvortlalns Matcat (3 M . t 0 Sum lw twjusi Im tmm jm Vm ly 'in sqosrs.. $1 ft ft fx S f (li ia f) TKniiei. S S 4 8 S 11 Irt SS W Three squares.. 6 7 1 l 6 S3 45 Poar qurM.. 4 a 15 aft 46 Flv squares... . t 1 10 II I 18 45 BJ W llttquun.. . t 8 It 11 m to M 80 Vnanreoi'B!n. I 11 14 II t9 85 ft; 65 ICO ilsif column.. 14 18 6 85 K M VI J7S JQO corn ran tslat ft 4A C "5 IV) x SOT Ooa aqnare lght Mass $1 for first toseraon; fifty CDts for each tauscqiutnt lotitlon. t-sVupeeisl aoilc. s next lorsiiilc-jiruittor, Jl.Mi. quire, ch Insertion. lgbt lines or It" on square. rfbaadlu BUUtur, local Cvluinu, flnn etuis per Una. A dvert Iwmcnti payable la 4nne( bit)) tvlib oa dulua rctfular bust jteaa under contract. s will eonirsri wuli parties theaseirea at the atMivara'a sod out thnwico third parties. TO StJSCHsBiH AND COKB1 fO. DEISTS. rertmia writing to this olUco...

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. — 7 December 1876

SS9 I 4 4 WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBUSEED BY Aci.bab electric limb; go"! di gestion; sound sleep; buojaat spirits; a fine appetite!. and a iie o)d aBo are aoine of the rcu!u of the uc cf Dr Tmf. pill. Tucy require no chatie of diet nor inter lore wiiti regular lninet. Bt reference to the official report of Capt. Spark, on file In the Adjutant General' office, and gin to the Statesman for pub Jicatioa, it will be seen what efforts were made to effect the eicape ot the prisoner ntrusted to his charge. What a smell jou havo in jour nose, it Is all stopped up; get some of Dr. J. II. Mclians catsrrh sr.uff. It soothes, heals and will cure any diaeato in your nose or throat. Trial box 50cts , by mail. Dr. J. II. McLean, 324 Chestnut, St. Liuis.. Kiss me, darling, for your breath is Just as sweet at new-mown hay; Kits m, darling, for your teeth erj Free from tartar or decay ; Kiss mo darling, for you won't ret me or your Sozodost. EJltor$ lttmocratif. StaUtiwm Flaring shown luat Travis county is...

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. — 7 December 1876

i MM STATESMAN ' ' PUBLISHED BT T1TCRSDAY DECEMBER 7. IS76 Cbrlstlaa Edocatlea. Christian education, I lay. This is the essence; of my proposition. Edncatipn touched, shaped, penetrated, flavored, col ored with the idea and the spirit of Jesus Christ. Do not tell me of purely secular education. There can be no such thing. It is a literal impossibility. All education does and must proceed on the supposition of some religion, or of some irrrUglon ; and srcularity itself, when it ignore God, be comes a crime. Xor do you meet the case by consenting iLat tho moral may be joined with ine secu lar 1 n t be ed ucat tonal process. For hat is moral? What is morality? The rery word brio rt no the d istinction of right and wrong. But, tbeD, what is right? What is wrong? jw sDail 1 kjiow mac a may eaicste ac cording; to them? Prostitution was a duty in Lydia,ia Armenia, in Phconecis.in Egypt. Theft was applauded in Sparta. Iofanticide and parricide are now honored among the Hindoos. Plainly, the...

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. — 14 December 1876

i J DoyJa 39- OGBATIC WEEKLY THE STATESMAN, DAILY DEMOCHAT1C 5rf ATEbi-VX. - THK WA.IIW I pal llthed erery mornlnii except Xoaithy. TIIK AVKICAVY-' la publlabed crcry Tbaraday mnrnirg.. All butinacorr?9pn!ini a, comuunlcatios, etc ahonld b addrearcd to , , riHDwrn a .tiounis, Anatla, Trier. ftln' a copy, one year f nineieeopy, eisawnt ? 22 Single eopj, me saoai ...I , 1 O WEEKLY DEMOCRAXIC BrA'AK. Binrte eopr. one year . . . '. . .... f SO fcln"l ,ipT. monlba w rfhe abme rate ft rpccte. VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1S7G. NO. 18 I THE STTATiSl.l DEM AN. "V 7 t- P 6 it V, r 0 ,7 r i t i KT GOODS Ajrn. Conitutlr rrtcJTinc end selllag Farming Implements, HARDrTAB. W00DWARE, TISWARK, BATS, BOOTS AND bHOEB. A Spe laity Jlade for Slerkaaen, A Seialty UlaSe ftrTrardtrt. All Country Prodoce boht and told. SiIci aueatloa paid to reteMac and forward tof by W. H. fCLUAbt. a-4zo Del Bio, Elaney coaaly, T.xaa. gHELLEY A MOORE, ATTORN KYI AT LIW, OFFIOK CITr CLOCK BUTLDIHO. eorma...

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. — 14 December 1876

J v. J 0 r -1 WEEKLY STATESMAN .USTIN. TKRnt ron weekly i wabeenptloa for twelve nomas $J BO tMcrlpuoa (or mix month 1(0 SECESSION NO HK7IKDY AND NEVER DBE1RED OF BY TtX A. The Time commends the many virtues of tho Statesman. It approves the Btatkbmas's persistent adhesion to the policy of peace, and finally says: The Statesman would quietly seize the opportunity for separation." Very certainly no inch purpose was ever as erted la theio pages. Tho lime$ should barelqaoted, and given;tbe day end date when inch designs were con fessed. I: would be "treason," and treason bas been made Odious by setting satraps over us, by snbjecting us to the domination of savages and of white opptban flfiviyafc by giving us Kellogg and Warmotha and Ameses nd Bullocks, and sending stranger "to eat out our substance" and hold all offices dispensed by Federal author ity and those of which negroes could dispose. Blacks were compacted into loyal leagues, and when ku kluxisin came as a counter-irritant in s...

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. — 14 December 1876

J V f : O .0 o 7 - PUBLISHED BY TTIURSD AY... DECEMBER 14. 1876 Mb. Geokoe Pampsos has an elcgactJ farm near Austin fur rent. Bee its ad vertisement. , The want of the Statesman is said to bo brains and money. Acceptances at sight cf the concern that makes the allegation wouldn't sdi for tea cents per ton ia this market. A CLEAH head ; electric .limbs; good digestion ; sound sleep ; hnojant spirits ; s fine appetite, tn I a ripe old age are some of the results of the use of Dr. Tutt'spill9. They r. quire no change of diet nor lnterfere-wuh regular busi ness. Cotton Gih Cursed. A cotton gin belonging to Mr. Winir Goodloe, and located on the Colorado, opposite Vebberville, was burned down on the night of the fourth, the cause of the fire being unknown. Eighteen bales of cotton were burned, and the total loss rctweoo $3000 and $40.00. That larguid, helpless, sallow com jlexioned woman must use Dr. J. If. McLean's Strengthening Cordial, and Blood Purifier. It is cxtctly what you w.int t...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 14 December 1876

V v. ; v - r i V w I f ! 1' r Tiiu-rMii ana raaetea. The boji bare a rousing dtbatiog ocictj do era at Seguin. Sherman baa a Swisher, and is going to have a street railway Georgia won the flsg and Dallas will end a splendid banner to Atlanta. L. D. Tiichols, en old and widely known citizen ol Lnmpnsas, is do more Lampasas is still intent on the con utruction of & narrow giusc to Round 1WCK. , Tbe Dallas city fathers bave under taken to relieve the sufiTerios poor of that clt j. lom riewman. ridmi; out wi'.u a pretty girl at Independence, got his own leg broken. All tbe counties and towns arc go jnjf, it seem, to try on local option after Christmas. ''iferr'eno went on a tare in Hous-ton,- Friday, and destroyed Dr. L. A. Aryan's residence. A. Millet, the cattle king of Fort Belknap, is expected on a visit to Lis mother in Ausfn. Dallas is to have a great brewery and a soap factory both exempt fur ten years from corporate taxes. Tho Belton Journal is most enrcful ly edited, and th...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 21 December 1876

J 1 I V af ' " ' r. r a iHE STATESMAN. Ti snbl'aivl ar-irr mlp( xp Hn4if. I paMjhctt srorv Tfera-iay mornfj:;. AU :t'.em cuf-ea; i-, connufMtlaa', cV ahoild fce iftdrsn. io aaaaa iiimi iw a- tit.-vkw DKT GOODS Cbaftaal! -ree'-if ani! f-Sdtg Frmfn? Irrplemontj, mUDTTiBIt X"lD', TINWAKW. I .TS, HOTa Ai BB0B6. 1 ' WJiMiJjI E? J? S 1 i v3 J fi t m f4 . A ft 4 12 .-4 r-4 ; SI H 5H H H 1 j VOL. VI. -. rv- -v AUSTLX, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DKC inPi? ),:. tEM.K.i-.AT;c sr. 111 LI tll'H...M, ill. V Sine eop, , j'' " i s-msia cn, i nit ,.,.. ... - ;. Snu'.sccr-;, .o ir.oaiB. w. ,'-' T IL- : KILL WJB rr.LKBAIl'i: or.s'g TKicupn f The dtogerof conflict between tin dherenuof Hayes aud of Tildea is hocrly heightened, naye?. if ,T"- a t i:ikh ij riTi. ui: .s up i tsvsvn, ami i"ct tainr L J iaul:iccc 'J '..f.. . n-.;c.J w'kui. Ii ; RK.S th? if n ' rra!.eccy, aa-i f r 'A 9iclfcJif W' lti-T W.l. rti.UVU, rnuK-cKTr - cic tw&xa. IV- i IT, c. f. mm riArtflnft f .j . l - .... . r. ' r- ws uut b Bait, aacri...

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. — 21 December 1876

V-' s .- J 7 1 L V At IHiiiiKLFSTATiMAN i A.U8TIN. I-t.HJI-H FOIl WEEKLV: .' f.h!nr":.D fnf lelto AfraiDa t M) ' .e.-'iscrlpiioa ' -rli miniba J 50 VAVASLE IS ADTAICI. J;rmK Black doesn't dejair of the r "jlitic yet, notwirhstaiidia;,' all that lias, Ssppened and tlrilefled. Ia bis 'men op'sion, marked bjr ereo Htore IT. ." t5.. usual vigor and acumen, lie wouk the He that the people haTc 110 cx and peaceable remedy aaint-t the conspirators who hsve un dertaken to count in iayri. ' lie find the remedy ia the constitutional power ' of the House, acting by and for itself, to scrutinize papers parportin'to be the votes, and to reject any that way - bu proved to be fraudulent, j The power exists, hsvtir' whether the tvwis-m&rfnT joint rule is still in "Totce or- not, und it i ample for the purpose. A frnuduicut electoral ccr- "ti (Irate, 00 matter how attested, is a anility, a piece of blank paper, and to be treated as inch. Examining the law under which the Louisiana returning boar...

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. — 21 December 1876

v o 4 1 toman WEEKLY FTBUSEZD BT ' CAnnwELL a ?ronHi. THURSDAY... DLXKMCER 21. t3?C I know Vn Buskirk' tooth -wasli The Dicwt ever aecn. It purifies the breath o. And keep the teeth so clean, And all the ladies use it, Tit Sozodont, I ween. How mast children die from croop, rliptheria, etc. This ucw principle, J)r. J. II.' McLean' Cough and I-unr : Healing Globules, will cure croup and throat diseases, consumption, ouch- log, hoarseness. Triai boxes 2Zc, by mail. Dr. J. H. McLean's cfliec, 311 Chestnut street. St. Louis. ,1 The Reasox Why. One of the rea - SODS why the"Diainond Spe:tacli;"and ve-glasnes have attained t tifti lah en dorsement from all who have 'iwed tbeta is that as the core or centre of the lens comes directly in front of the eye, there is no glimmering or waver!n;j of Ylght, but clear and distinct vision. The diamond trademark is rn every pair. 'For ale in Austin by A. Balm. Plakt Thees. Tliose wlio would ' ' have beautiful homed and shady walk should remember tlia...

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