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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 February 1877

-al' PCBLlSnED TTT UURSDAY. i . .FEBRUARY 1. 1677 Admitted to Bail. Dispatches rota Galveston Tuesday announced intT'.nT; i ii .!...:. j to bail in tho sura of $5000. Ttie attention -of farmers ami others i called to the barb wire fence adver- tisement ol Mr. I'. M. Ruthrauff the agricultural implement dealer. Why suffer fr-m cold in the head? Dr. J. II. McLean's catarrh snuff soothes and cure infallible for caUrrh and any cores in 'he none. Trial boxes fifty ceuti by mail. Dr. J. II. Mc- Lean St. Louis. A Faik PiioFusnTow. Dr. Tutt au- thorizes hit agents to refund the money in every case where his hair dye fails. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. It acts like magic ii easily applied and is perfectly natural. S jld by all respect- able druggist. 18 Murray street N. Y. 1'orcLAK illustrated book(2CQ pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! Mah- iil age! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Bent tecurchj tenltd postpaid for 50 cents by Dk. C. Whit- Tieh 617 St. Cln.rles street Et. Lrmip M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 February 1877

7 ' 7 WEEKLY STATESMAN FCBLlsnED BT TITmSDAT FEBUARY 1 1977 Foreign Notes r.itti claims more diamonds than an j worn in in Europe. A French M. D. siyg the human eys- ttm is liable to 2100 disorders. Victoria Mclita is the name fiven to tho iufant daughter of the Duke and Ddcbeas of Edinburgh. The Emperor William reads Anuri- can paper regularly and i much in- terested in the political muddle. Brighton is to have still another skat- Idjc riulc built on an entirely new and very novel plan it is said. Alfred Ed ward tells his children how be use to saddle elephauts in India aad go for quiet little trot. Drerden is called the heaven of broken-down American families peo- ple of more name than ban it notee. The Shan of Persia has rented a bouse in Paris for the spring of lHTtf When be proposes to visit the city. The Prince of Orange son of the Queen of Ilollani lately gave a supper to the leading actresses in Paris. Vanilline is made from beech wood I in Germany and is a substance reseiii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1877

p ; x . v THE STATESMAN THE STA1 ESMAN. WEE TATESMA1N 1 lli- JL tlLY la poblihrd tvr"j rooming exerpt Monday Til W 1 1CL.Y DAJI.Y DEMOCKATIU STATf-SXAW ' fclnifta cop? orio y.ar (12 "0 0 i-iokio cuity tlx n.imfua i biiiljlc cup me Diouiii 1 Vi wke::lv democratic statesman. Is jmM.ahfd tctj Tiiar.!y ruorcir. - J AU bBslncacorn4pomienc coraairt&lcattoa tic ab.uld b adjrvqivd lo nunuaLL mokkis. f Single copy on. yi-ar b!n"" c.nv. ix moutu. I 60 VOL. VI. AUSTLV TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARYS. IS77 I0. 26 ( i'! lie aliove r.u arc .iittrn. 4 . Atln Texas KLi DEMOCRATIC mi; dual. Crofio! Wnfla fn rvir Roarlorc I ACEriTS WANTED To tho Nc1 J'fttcct Improved EVE CUPS iittarnut't'l t' th WJin'J htAix i-frr-'t . to Ao"f bj any thm . An en and jtU-tunU ciHiii'tyttifni. 'lu va tic f III" e!i-hrht; l n w Pntti.t In prvel C. for t.i r-tor--.io of fifin itr NkuO - not 0 ft in I tig i v.J.-ucj of v-r tAAjO k r u:r. t mi.ihoiiiuU of mrm at. 4 rt-cn:i urftnl irr " tLouna.d of our best Toi I'-ieut Eye Cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1877

7 MW STATESMAN AI7BTI3M". THURSDAY. . . . FKBKUAR Y 8. 1877 TKR7I1 POH WEEKLY t Bohacnptlon for twelve ramuha ft fi babacrtpllun (r ix month 1 so fTHi. in adta Mem. -J . - .. . j DEBTS ok koi thick and towns CITIES The New York Keening Pott dicus- et with singular fairacs proper modes of reitonog the credi of Southern fetates. It admits that these States are weighed down with oppressive debts hich in largc'part were fastened on hem by the unscrupulous adventurers ho since the close of the war hare infested the South as the frogs and the locusts infested Egypt. The war left these States impoverished with their industries crippled their labor systefl;-) disorganized their political condition uncertain. Clearly it wsj the interest of the whole country Jliat that should be done which qrtiuld (five them the largestopjjprtunity for recovery. That at not done is a matter of his- lory. Instead the States were over- ma with carpet-baggers the legisla- tures were practically seized and the St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1877

7-y y -A WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BY THURSDAY.. ..FEBRUARY 8. 1977 Pianos of first claoi make for sale on $5 monthly payments. Two Pelou- bet & Pelton organ for sale lets than Cot by Sison. ft4 Su2t&w2t Mariued. In Austin. Texas. Feb- ruiiry 1 by Rev. K. B. Wright D. D. Mr. Ciiari.es MtOow and MissMau llof.l.INGHIIEAD. Married "n the thirtieth ultimo by H v. O. W. AVhiti.fort Mr. R. A. ICk.nii k of Liberty Hill to Slits Fan- MK M. CilllKHN of Aus.in. Mahiiko At he residence of Georue Saunders Eq. in Fikville oo February 2 by Rev. E. B. Wright. D D Mr. Donald McKenzie aod Mis Mart K. Sacndeks. Messrs. HcoB Hamilton & Euo. Loilrr makers and tank builders have opened business ia this city Dear the Austin ice factory. These gentlemen arc from Philadelphia and are familiar with atl Work ia their line. See adver- tisement. Oi'R reader will welcome the adver- tisement of the popular seedbtnen Messrs. D. M. Ferry t Co. of Detroit Michigan. Their Seed Annual for 1 y7 far surpas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 February 1877

J SV X i WBEKLV STATESMAN PUBLISHED BY THURSDAY. . . .t EBRUARY 8 187; Editorial Note. Alexis u to hunt wild fowl in Albe- marle and Pamlico sounds. lie thinks it lcr to shout at Turkey here than at borne. Fitr.iiupch the cx-doorkeeper of the House of Heprcicn:ative who was "a bigger man than old Grant" is still in Washington where ho keeps a board- ing houtte. Mrs. Mjrra CUrk Gaines began her suit afrc-Mi in New Oi leans last wick. Tbcy have been before the courts in one shape or another lor nearly half a century. The Barones Ilurdett Cotitti urges ladies to use ribboui instead of feuther for their bonnets n it hurts the birds less. How cud "a duck of a bonnet" be made with ribbons? Secretary Chandler has pronounced y- dim money anu troop- mapatcn a m . . i i r i it r.. i ' r "ueuuerate lurg-irj. jjui wuy uiu not Mr. Chandler deny it when be was first questioned about it a week ago? lames Gordon Bennett has Kent to La Crosse ma. a check for fjOO to used for the support and educatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1877

WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN TliK MA ll.M AIM. TllfcJ DAILY Is pasllahed every mernlog except lfondar. TIIK WKhKLY Is pnulieked every Thursday mornlt . All baelneaacorreepondence communication et. should be addreeaed to aUBWKLL Ac JIOHKI1 Aaalin Texas TXia. 2YXJE3 DAILY PEMOCKATIC STATKSMAK Plne'-e copy one yi-ai.... I'? Mni'e copy. a:x niiiUa tt OO Mingle cojv bue luon D 1 Oi WEEKLY D EM OCll A 1 10 STATESMAN. Slnnle copv one year S3 SO tiu-l c.iiy :x w;ntha 1 60 t The almve ratra are apecie. VOL. VI. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15 IS77. ISO. Ml THE STATESMAN. MEDICAL. Spi leciai nonce to our neaosrs . . m I I r 11201 A l-i CALL. AGENTS WANTED To Mil the Ne Patent Improved EYK CCP8. GuaranOtrl to U th bt paving Ixuin'M ofrrtd to A tjrnt by any Iow An ay and plttuant tmjHifyment. 1 He talue of th- relebrated tnw Pmrnl Jin- proril Ky Cup t"r tbe reetor-uion of tight nreee on- end b uei In tbe vld'-ncee of over yXjO noio t eninoulale of carre ani recora mended y morett.eo one tnoasa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1877

7 7- J ( f V iVtLMi m'.iibm AUSTIN. TIILRSDa V . . .1 fciiKlMKY 15 1977 TKH.1I FOII WUKKlVl isDaeooouu iw iwwm i uutue.... ........$3 So iMcriptlon fr nix inunibn 1 ?ai.N l. AD COIN! CHAN r. ltd- l2 35 ' l-"V r i I sill a bale of coct n iu New Y-irk. Buyer therefore nmke hi ther ernn wiih rail- rosdsaod with New Y-ik brokers and for the reaD that they make whole- ale shipments. Even so of the mer- chant at It und R ck or at Lainptsis If Austin had the courage to bulla a Btrrow gauge the tradesman of the smaller town could buy here for lew than in New York and replenish- ing bit stock each week and month be would nerer lose on old goo J a or tale groceriee as when he buys oni e Of twice a year in the East. Why may not the merchants of Austin combine with those of neighboring towns and Tillages and build the narrow gauge ? A rich farmer north of the city says the people will inve.t in it one-fifth of their lands transferrable to the rail- -'' way company when its road reaches the land...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1877

7 - t r y VEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CAnnWELL A 3ionn THURSDAY... FEBRUARY 15. 1877 Piakos of first class make for sale On $5 monthly payments. TwoPelou- bet & Pelton organs for. sale less than cost by Sisson. ft4 Su2t&w2t Ge.nerai.lt speaking lawyers do not giro an opinion about things they koow nothing about. It mast be very uncomfortable to always be on the fence and to carry water on one shoul- der and w'nUky on the other. A bad character named Dave Lott from L'ano county wasarrested Thurs- day by Sergeant Leverett of Company C Frontier Battalion and lodged in Travis county jail. Lott is charged with assault with intent to murder in Llano county. "Yoca Simmons' Liver Regulator has been in use in my family for some time and I am persuaded it is a valu- able addition to the medical science. "Gov. Jno. Gill Shorter of Alabama. ''It has proved a good and effiica- cious medicine. C. A. Nctti.no." Genuine prepared only by J. II. Zei- lin & Co. I'hiladclphia. One huudred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 15 February 1877

stsT-) i mr--ht 1 7 WEEKLY STATESMAN FUBUSHZD BT CAnnwELLi sc. Monms. I - THURSDAY... FEBRUARY 15. 1877 Editorial Nolo. A br&M wire mask for the face baa been in rented bj the catcher of the Ilarrard baae ball club. We have al- waja betd that the game should be played only by skeletons in armor. The Pittsburgh street car companies are experimenting with coal oil as a means ot remoring the snow from their tracks. The petroleum is distributed and set on fire and the snow disap- pears like dew before the morning sun. A Western showman has a miniature furnace modelled after the one in which Baron de Palm's body was cre- mated. In bis illustrations be uses cats and dogs. If be travel in this di- rection be should encamp on Robertson bill. Mr. W. W. Corcoran of Washing- ton is now 78 years old. lie has spent $200000 on the Corcoran Oallery and the ground on which it stands and $100000 on the original collection of pictures and statuary ; and for an en- dowment fund he has given $00000...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1877

4 THE STATESMAN. THE STATESMAN. vYEEKLI A 'HP! J IMI.T DKMOCHATIU STATr.r-MAN Hne'.c .i.y ot.c y-al f!2 00 Hl6' ropy. ;x ;i.l'tl 6 copy i.i.'i : . r. ;j 1 OO WKEKLY USM'JCllATIC KTATi-MAX. Siiiii; ciiv ver SI 5 Sir..-;.- . r. .'e v'l 1 Jf''"'i'l!c nl.ote rule are pcrir. MA Is pnl lur..! cwrv n.O'i.'iiv rrct !t M.n"y. lt p.t'fcia.-ii ttry Thari.iy mnmlr A'.l tn.;r.-.forrv-jniiil'nr nmmun!cat1oii la. ah j :ld Sr a4.:r.-td to ClUUWtLL A MOIIIflS Ac-tln. Texas THE DttEA.UOl- 1HK Ol'TIOMST. 1 JL JL 0 VOL. VI. A U ST IIS TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 LS77 NO. 28 ;iii:ik ml. WHAT IS CJEEfi'S DELIGHT? It in nt.Ur.f fh-: -r..-wln tli.-Ho-irii.ai.aU the only Hrni. i A ir f1r -vr ni-cw t.-. by J c ru'V k'.- it nt in ; 'if '1 f'r. v.t. r r t i ' . lif.: alt J-ci'..'"!'''- .;. Iiii-tie. ntuitr: nnl .iiemi.-iic -tiT'" 1""" lIt t0w ONLY TUlfc. KKMIilV ff-r tli' f of il. ibu:t it U pfitTfh u mltrmtivv. h it whn roinhitud wllh llrjiwitji ;rr-pirlii YH.uw lit k and Iter rt a 'i h-rl' It b romr a Mhx1 pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1877

' 1 um mmm AUSTIN. TnCnSDAY...FBimUAKY 22 1877 tkk. rou weekly t Slhsertpuou I of twejt utuui.ua... gt Bo subscription for six months J iu fATlBLS IM lDtin. A UOUD WITH UUV JaAiKs. The action of the partisan electoral comtnUsion in refusing to go behind the dccitiion of the fraudulent return- ing boaid of Louisiana and the con- sequent recognition of the Hayes and Wheeler electors la the crowning in- famy of a party whose supremacy is estimated as paramount to the triumph of principle. It is especially sug- gestive to Governor Ifaycs whose present attitude is strange! at variance with his avowtd inten- tions in the early season of the presidential contest. He has repeat- edly expressed a desire to ascertain the truth to reach the bottom facts in the matter ot the election in the doubtful Southern States but lias failed to offer any practical demon- stration of the sincerity of his purpose. Did he hope to reach an hon- est conclusion through the instruments wbosd adoption received hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CAnPWKLL A MOIIIIIM. ATT8TIN THURSDAY... FEBItUAUY 23. 1377 Wall Papbr! Wall Paper !-A large ami varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced prices by J. J. & W. H. Tobin. fl8d&w:f Tiik liquor traffic drain a commu- nity of money without doing it any good jiiHt as a circu? does and the money that is spent for whisky would educate every child in the State. TueiiK are in our city it is said fifty-one saloons and fourteen others who sell by the qusrt. They pay $ 18450 I iceniM" and the criminals in our jail cost $14881. This is making money in a hurry over the left. Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood I Womanhood I Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and core. Sent securely sealed post-paid for 30 cents by Dr. C. Wmttier 617 St. Charles Street St. Louis Mo. the great tpecialUt. Read his work. My pretty Jane my pretty Jaue Oh do not look so shy ! Your teeth are white as snow-drifts Their beauty charms my eye ; And also tlmnks ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 22 February 1877

r WEEKLY sT.inr.iu prJii.isnED by j TnuRSDAv...i i:ij;tAnY 22 1577 Voreln Notes. Qonnod iiht boH his tew opera "CinriMars" to firm the puhL-sUr for ?20000 half iu hand. It U co .ecrct thrt the CVr h.ifes his Euhxh 8oii-in-liv hecar.b of fss.ubby treriitncrit of his wi:'; in public on several occasion. Ituiri foniicrly very rare iu Lower Egypt has hecomc frcirut in Alex- andria and Cairo in coot-iucnce of the eztcoHive planting of the mulberry in that vicinity. The Grand Duke Nichhn threatened to shoot a number of Ku.-sian officers who asked either for ttio opening of the campaign or that they should be ent into proper winter iiuartcrs. (ueen Victoria ha conferred the Order of the Garter on her eldest grand- son Prince Frederic Wilhelm Victor "Albert of Prussia son of the Crown Prince of Germany and of Princess Vic- toria aid a possible Kaisr. The ex-Prince Imperial was in Flor- ence at last accounts and with his young frien.is Muraand Itasponi took daily velocipede rides in the subu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 March 1877

The statesman. DAII.T DEMOCRATIC BTATESMAN PIne'c coj.f one year J Btnirle copy aix months 1 Oil Bluglo coil jr c at motit t . . 1 WEEKLY DKM'ICKATIC STATESMAN. Single copr. one year blnt'l" c ij.jr lx liiulilha M ftr'l be above raits are apcele. WEEICLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN THE STATESMAN. TIIK DAILY la published averv morning except Monday mi hi WKfc-llLY Is published every Thursday mornlrs. - All busiuesa corrcspoadeBre eommonlcalloai ela. should be adtlmsed to CJallBWKLL. tt HOUR IS. Aaeitn Texas La VI. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. MARCH 1 IS77. INO. 20 fjenlaur Jjinimcnts. The Qulekeat fturfal and Cheapest llriiardlea. fhrslclsna recommend and Farriers declare that no ruch r inedit a tiava vet 1 fore l n In ue. Words art- rliiap Imt lh- uroiMeiors of tlirae arllrlve will iirearut trial bottles lu medical mon if nil in mil wi I iMiarnntec more rapid and antlrfacfory rcrulta Ibau liave ever before beta obluliied. The Ceutaur Liniment White Wrap- per w II cure KlienmaiUm Neuralgia Lnmbsf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 March 1877

wmx AUSTIN. TIIUHSDAY MAKCII 1. 187 nbacnption lurtwriTs nanttu ft So Hnbacrlulioa for l month 1 CO VATABLS IK ADTiMCB. LI - IlilDIVHIUf OP TEXA1 HYDROPATHY. AMI Those who atteuded the recent fes- tirtU at San Antouio eud listened to the generous eloquence and liberalized patriotism of Governor Hubbard and the applauae that greeted it every- where supposed that the jeremiads of the Herald were forever silenced. But the Herald was only soothed and even now it recites through a column and a half the wrongs of the West endured at the bands of the E tat. It finally be- comes excited and in leaden sentences declares that: Western Texas in fact receives noth- ing from the State of Texas but she bus to aid by her taxes and by her lands situated in her limits to build railroads in Trans-Colorado Tcr.ua ; even to build a ew Htate house in Austin. This lias taken from Western Texas millions of acres of her soil and we notice a peremptory demand made upon the Htate by the press of Austin that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 March 1877

Supplement to Democratic Statesman. VALUABLE FARMS FOR SALE! Improved and Unimproved Lands. Austin City and Suburban Property! GENERAL LAND A.GKECNT AUSTIN TEXAS. I am offering the following property for sale in Travis and adjoining counties and in Austin City : Improved Farm Lands. Garden Land 30 acres on the Colorado river one mile east from Austin ; ail un- der cultivation; can be irrigated. Farm 100 acres 5 miles from Austin; 15 acres in cultivation ; house 3 rooms ; wood and water. Farm 743 acres in Lee county 3 miles from Elgin; 150 acres in cultivation; fine timber pastures ; will be sold low and on long time; known us the Floyd place. Farm 410 acres 7 miles from Austin on Burnet road ; 25 acres in cultivation ; house 2 rooms wood and water ; would make a No. 1 hog or cattle ranch. Farm 100 acres 3 miles north from Austin on the Georgetown road all under good fence and in cultivation ; Waller creek runs through the place; 2 houses. Farm 300 acres near Dripping Springs Hays co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CAIIDWELI A :IOItIHM- TIT URSDAY MARCH 1. 1S77 Is it fact that the women of Aus- tin as alleged re in favor of drunk- enness I It it an insult to the sex to think sol Wall Papkr! Wall Paper I A large and varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced prices by J. J. & W. H. Tubin. flSJ&wtf Married. On Tucsduy evening twentieth instant at the residence of the bride's father Col. John E. Riiney bS Elder . W. Dabney Mr. Wm. D. C'AHItlNOTON to MlSS Rowena Rainey. 3fARKiKi). In Caldwell county Texas by Itev. W. I. Joice Mr. Chris- topher Daly and Miss 8. M. Jen- MKiii at the residence of bride's fa- ther W. Jennings sr. on the twenty- fifth of February 1877. Publish that which is Rood. Dr. J. II. McLean's strengthening cordial and Mood purifier is a life saving remedy imparts vigor health and strength to the system purifies and enriches the blood. Dr. J. II. McLean 314 Chest- nut street St. Louis M. A iaddlk pony belonging to Mr. Charles Riymond was s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 1 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT cAnnwKi.r. v. Monam. ATTBTIN THURSDAY MARCH 1 1877 Alorae iol Farm. Flower are the tmilca of Cud's good net. Apple peaches and cherries do well on sandy or loamy lands. Pears plums and quinces do best on clay or land in winch clay is mixed. To keep mice from gnavriDg trees and vines use tarred paper around tbem fastened with a string. Work "irou filing" "chips" and charcoal into the soil of your flower- beds and yon will hiM prc-atly to the rich bright coloring of lluweis. Fur shrubs and rotes the soil should be made rich with well-rotted compost with one-sixth part sand and they should be well mulched and cut back. The Douglass mixture puts an aston- ishing amount of life and energy into fowls. Its component parts arc as fol- lows: One fourth pound sulphate of iron one ounce of sulphuric acid and one gallon of water. To use put a ta- blespoooful into every quart of water twice a week. Mirrors should never be hung where the Jun shines directly upon them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democratic Statesman — 8 March 1877

THE bTAfESMAN. DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Plng'e copy one year (12 00 Mingle copy alx mcnM; 6 OO Bliiglucipy cuo mmi U 1 OO WEEKLY DEM'M UVTIO BTATEiMAH. Flnirle ri;y nne v.-ar . . $2 SO WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC THE STATESMAN. 11 IK 1-A.IJL.Y la pnblls hert every morning except Monday. T1IK WKLKLY It pnbllhed eve-y Thursday mornii-g. All hutnrecompondeac communication eta. (bonld be addressed to CARD WELL A 7IORRIS Austin Texas vu Biii"l" e iiy "x ni'in'b' 4f' Uk above rule ace specie. 'J to L. VI. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY; MARCH 8 1877. NO. 30 STATE SW AN. .1IM I LLANEOl'K. Sp ecial Notice to cur Readers ! Kri;ciAi ( Ai-i. ACENT8 WANTED To n It Iho Nc r'nt Improved i:VE t'DS. f. a f'i lie uyi-j .; rjTered in. ..' Ay " II nt. An t'i y Uunl erii I I. : f ill- . hrn'" I in w I'nUnt I. i; e r .-'ir-uron i.f ti'ht i iu Die rvuli nee of ovrr . 4 of tufm. nr recoiii ' I I ; I f' r 4( u. an I I' I. i i i; mine I -" Biended .jr n 'e li an blivi .!. Ill ! ir T t' i- llnmu.d of our beet Tip I'jri ni Kr...

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