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Page 4 [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...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [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 Spring...

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. — 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 Uun,l er,ii 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 b...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 8 March 1877

V M-utataiiii lia-maxarasa mmX STATESMAN. TIICTIBDAY MAKCII e, is; e)obsnpnoii lir twelio raomca fS 5q llauecriplion for viz uio;i'ih 1 to PATAAI K IJI ADVAItr-x. PI1KSIDKMT It A IKS AS1 TaiK SOL'TII. &imc days Brro the STATF-SirA" eai.1 that President Hayes would be the greatest benefactor known in American annals If he ciuscd the political "South" and the political 'North" to disappear. Parties baed on geograph ical lines, the New York llrruhl ay, are the potent weapons of demagogues ; instruments which in their bunds have for man j years btrvtd to l.iiry the real issues, to embarrass the real interests ol the country and to make the people of the different sections suspicious of each other and rea'ly to sacrifice their own interests because of suspicions. The politics of the country, however, have never before been in a condition when even the wisest management of statesmen was able to eliminate sec tionalism from the political issues nnd contests. AVe have at laht come to a ...

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. — 8 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN CAimwEiiti a sronniw. AITBTIN THURSDAY MARCn 8. 1977 Tub people about 6ummit tire in fa vor of local option. Tuk German are almost to an unit opposed to local optioD, and tlie Irish take the other aide. Kc-kllxism, in its last analysis, at every negro knows, was only whisky mashed and on ahaky legs. At Tohins' diug atore you can get window or picture glass of any size. fch2-Vf Wall Pai-kk! Wall Papek! A large and varied assortment for Bale at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W. II. Tobin. fl8il&wlf Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood I Womanhood ! Marriage ! Impediment to Marriage; the caiue and cure. Sent securely italtJ, pot-pail, for 50 cents, by Dr. C. Whittiee, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist, i. Read his work. Recently a saddle horo was stolen from the rack in front of the poatoffice nnd two others from a rack on the south aido of the red brick. The country is full of horse Uneven, and every man should be on 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. — 8 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT THURSDAY MARCH 8, 1877 Forclsn Note. Paul Weber" painting of Lake Mag giori, tor which $9000 was once re futed, was sold in New York this week st auction for $1100. At. James Gordon Bennett and bin inter, and Mr. Howland Robinson, are in Pari. Mr. Bennett is said to le contemplating a trip to India. His horses are rust to be sold. . The Pope will confer the dignity of Cardinal at the next Consistory on the Archbishops of Hilzburg, Vienna and liheims, the IJialiop of Puitier, and some Italian bishop. The Archbish ops of Siragossi and Sjntio will also be created Cardinals. The Frenck government has lately granted a pension of f 050 a year to the widow of the French Consul Moulin, who was killed in a Turkish riot at Balonica last May. Iu addition to this, the Turkish government has paid the lady and her children $100,000. Mile. Albani, the youDg American prima donna, has made a success in Paris which almost eclipses Patti's tri umphs, and will make the jea...

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. — 15 March 1877

EEKLY DEMOCRATIC THE STATESMAN. daily democratic statesman ' Sinc'c copy, one yrai flat AO Silicic ro.y. Ma moulds H OO Mnicle cotj, una mom It. 1 OO. WEEKLY DKMiX-KATIC STATESMAN. Sinclr rtipy, one Tear SO. SO b,'!2'-W."tx ni.mih 1 AO I m he above rate are specie. 'riliJ DULY published every morning except Monday. Till; WKEKLY la puViiatied every Thursday roorolrjr. All tiu!.iic.ieorrci'iii"leLc, communication etc. L(u! J be a'!(lr.cl to C.lItWf-.LL & MOItIS' Antln. Texa 110 VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH lo, 1S77. THE STATESMAN. w Special Notice to our Readers! ACS NTS WANTED To e 1! t Uo New rH!Bt Improved MfcLUS. Cmrant.,J to U U" but paying Mnt,t offend to A ;,ntt by a.y Uout. AnuuymtO. piquant Tm'S'''' th celebrated new 'n m urar' Kyt tvpi tor the reetor-ttlou ol eight fr.nlno.il lua ti uc lu Hie evidence of ever jfi-miine t sliinoiiiaia of cure, and recom luenrled hy more tiiau one lhouaad of our beat phvdicUrn lu thi ir i.rilc. rrB(. i'at.nt Kye Cup are a aelent...

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. — 15 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, THURSDAY MARCH 15, 1877 TEB.H FOU WEEKLY! flobacrtpUua for IwcIts monlha tV babicrtyuoo for ti mimiln 1 tu rilllLI IH ADTAHOL nUNBi VS. KKAL Of-IIOX. The liquor dealer' party "can spend thousands to keep whisky in the coun ty." They can "buy votes." These and such declarations meet as every where. And more suggestive declara tions cannot be made. What do they meant It means a campaign abound ing in corrnpliox a canvass in which tue a will be bought and sold like cat tle and in which the honest will of the people is likely to be overborne and defeated by the worst agencies known tn in croverninent. These declara- vv j-j tions, if they are at all truthful, mean that liquor sellers are the great vote- brokers of the country ; that they buy the purchasable voters of the country, and deliver the goods at the polls, whisky being the great Diana upon whose worship this, our Ephesus, de pends for prosperity, whose fanes must continue to be erected and maintained by...

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. — 15 March 1877

X WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AHUWIiLL. fc 3IOIlWI- AUSTIN THURSDAY..:.... MARCH 15. 1877 A-rTobins' drug store jou co get window or picture glass of any size. feb25tf . Wk ai.k tbo laboring classes to rote for local option. It will put money in your pocket, Lonor In your breast and happiness in your family circle. It i said that tome of the talking anti-local optionista owe beaTy whisky bills at dome of tke saloons. It is nec essary for tbein to pay in some way. Wall Paper! Wall Paper! A large and varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. &, W. II. Tobin. flSd&wtf We auk the colored man to belp in the noble cause of temperance. The Bible plainly teaches us, "No drunk ard shall enter the kingdom of heaven." Popular illustrated book (360 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood I MarkiageI Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent security sealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. C. Whitties, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. 1 Re...

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. — 15 March 1877

PUBLISHED BT AnDWELIi 3c MOItiUS. 5TIUII.SDAY MAttCII 15, 1877 pt. Wsrnfa Leather lure and a siaseaeuiiseU. Soldier and tieatlr man. It wu at the battle of Hall's Bluff, In 1801, that Col. E. Raymond Lee, of Boston, m&a captured, lie is a Wat Pointer, and u a classmate of Get). John II. Winder, who hud charge of the prisons at Richmond, and biscjiief subordinate officer being Capt. War ner, of this city, whose face and form are familiar about the Capitol grounds. It was in the winter of '01 aud '62 that Capt. Warner, seeing how the prisoners from ilansficliusetu were meanly tlad and suffering from cold, went to CJen. Winder, at the re auest of Col. Lee, nd effected an arrangement, never doubting the absent of Benjamin, then accreiarf oi war, bv which Col. Lee might be sent to Boston, and, appealing to the exhaust less generosity of New England, secure lor the prisoners the much needed clothing and blankets. Gen. Wilder, Col. Lee and Capt. Warner never doubted the success of 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. — 22 March 1877

THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRA THE STATESMAN. 'l'Kniwrs 1 DAILY PKMiKIVTIC STATESMAN Single corT. ore yrr (13 M Sinclf cuir. a:x ni.nlta 0 Ol Single copy, too atuuia 1 VI) WEEKLY DESIOCUATIC STATESMAN. Single ei'jijr. one you- (3 Sl biuirl- c iy. an. njouiha 1 SO tCfThc abo e raica srs ih-cu TIIliJ DAILY , published ererj morntnit except Vanity. TIIK WKEKLY. It pabliilis4 every Thursday momlrg. AU bo I n ci correrpon comronnlcalloni eta. should b aUdrreed to CAUDUKLL & nOHRI, AuetlD, Tciu VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, IS77. XO. 32 TIC STATESMAN. jQEDICAL. c entaur L iniments. folttr from a Po.lmulrr Ant oiH III., DcctiulM-r 1 int. Vwi. J. II. Urn Co Mr wlfeha-t'ire long time ben a trr ble a-fT.-rrr frum Khrnmil lain. -b fM llil 1UMIT ptiyi;iaiia nud n,i.T rHinwilee. Tlie only tbiuK wlilcli ha Klvrn bar r. li. f l Centaur Ubiiuiit. Iam rlc:-l lo esy tt.la haa cured bar. lain dolui I can to exlcud Ita sale. V . II. KI NO. Tbla la ramble of many thnnaand teatimo-ii; la...

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. — 22 March 1877

3 WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MARCH 22, 1377 TKK.Tl FOIl VKEKLV I Subscription fur twelre mouths f 1 5q babscriptlon for tlx months 1 jq FATASLS IS ADVANCa. TIIK PIIKMDrT AND tOlTII EHV N EWtPAPtllH, The perversity of selfish, narrow minded partisan journals is proverbial. Thersfoio when wc-laud a Republican who becomes, In acts and words, a Democrat, and when some empty-patcd organ of some selflsb leader or clique, baring a bungrj eye fastened on the loaves and fishes to be bobbed for, the newspaper being the hook and line when partisan zealots call us names because we congratulated the country on the practical accession to Democ racy of a powerful force to promote the rehabilitation of Southern States, we did not feel deeply wounded. The critic only wronged himself and ex posed his own littleness in that he lores a party more than he loves the South. When we saw the President doing all that Tilden promised and expressed our unmixed satisfaction, the selfish, arrogant, absurd and va...

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. — 22 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AUDWEIili A MOHItf. AUSTIN' TIICR3DAY MARCH 22. 1977 AT Tobins drug itoro you can get window or picture glass ' an7 ize' feb25tf BcnxETT's Cocoaine kills dandruff, allays irritation and promotes the growth of hiir. Wall Paper! Wall Paper! A large and varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W. II. Tobin. fl8d&wtf Prevatcrk lost of hair, which is so common nowadays, may b entirely prevented by the use of Burnett's Co coainc. . Asthma. Thousands of the worst cases of asthma have been relieved by using Jonis Whitcomb's Itemedy. In no case of purely asthmatic character lias it failed to give relief. Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood i Womanhood I Marriage I Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent tecurtly lealeJ, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. C. Whittier, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist . Read his work. Juikjk Duval sentenced two men yesterday, one for robbing the mail in...

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. — 22 March 1877

j WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AtTBTIN tutjusday mai ten 22 1877 TELEGRAPHIC NEWS, WAsnisoTON, March 14. In the 8-:nte, Senator Anthony and White were appointed to wait on the Presi dent and inform him that unites he might hare aome further communica tion to make, the Senate was ready to adjourn without delay. The Benate committee appointed to wait upon the PreiideLt reported that the Senate, in extra acsaion, would not be required longer than Saturday, or, possibly, Tueaday. Adjourned to 12 M. to-morrow. Nomination Archibald M. Hughes as attorney for the middle district of Tenneasee. Washi50T05. March 14. Ex-Sena tor RoberUon, of South Carolina, ac companied by ex-CongressmanVal-lace, called on the President ton-day, protesting against Senator Patterson's proposition for a new election, on the ground that the substantial or indus . trial Interests of South Carolina would be naturally damaged by such an elec tion. It was further stated to the President that none of the Republican m...

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. — 29 March 1877

THE STATESMAN DAILT DEMOCRATIC STATES JAt Plni'e copy, one year $1 J tiingle cofy, ix month "0 Single copy, one moniti M WEEKLY DEMOCKAVIC STATESMAN. Bini!e ciipy, one y-w '0 Bln.-I e-ipy. ix month 1 be shove relet are rpecie. Special Notice to our Readers ! HI'KClAIi CALL. AGENTS WANTED To fll the Xe Patent Improved EYE CCPfl. ltuaranl"'l to U tin tmt paying tnuintu of mil OtA'jtnU by any JJvu. An uy ami pUaaaiU mtnptoyirtttit. 1 u keltic "I iu rtnoraica gtw ruimi jin roitd y C'ljt tor the reilor-uiou of tight ak out mud o axel In Ibe tvldtncee of over UAIJ ei)uine t -attmoiilale of curia, and recow wended by more man on. tboaai.a of oor beat phtcUl. In their pr.ictlc. Tb- Patent Eye Cupa arc a -IentlSc nd phi lO'Opbical ilMriivny. and an Aj ii. Wtxtm, M !., and Vv v . llKAii.tr, M. D , write, Ibey ar ctrtalnly Ibe tfrrateat Invention of lb age. Head tbe f I own;; cert lct: FsioiraoM citation, limK Co., Kr , Jan. 0, Dk J. Ktu Co , OrnlUt: OtkTLtMKN Vour I'uhtU A" CVj are, Id my Jui...

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. — 29 March 1877

I Weekly statesman. THURSDAY MARCH 29. 1877 TCRfft FOR WEEKLY I Habsenptlon for Iwelre months Bo etabecrtiitloB for elx month 1 00 ' rATABL IX ADTABCm. TUE BorTOjnLIiM PIT. Auittin, like every other city of Texas, sadly needs reform in its mode jTfit gOTernment. The cost of the cx Wtmrr avatem to taxnavers ignimnlv in- o J - - tolerable. It was devised by the Ruta bagas, like the peniuiaitc-grabbing courts, that the people might be thoroughly plundered without know ing It. Bat the people will go behind the scenes in these little theaters in which small men, in a small way, play fantastic tricks before high heaven and a weary world. In most towns and cities, save these of Texas, a mayor, acting as recorder, or a distinct record er's court, determines questions of guilt or innocence, and the culprit, having offended a municipal law or be ing wrongfully punished by this one man power, has his writ of haleat cor pus or right of appeal to the State court. Then comes the costly jury and t...

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. — 29 March 1877

urn n if i v cmimraii hit hjjILI & I ill MUM PUBLISHED BY V.tTSiTIN Thursday.: MAp.nr 20. 1977 ATTobinV "tlra,; store jou can get window or picture glass of aty size. . fcl.tf Wall Pai-ur! Wall Paper! A large aud Vitrie.1 assortment for sale t greatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W. .II. Tobin. fl8d.fc.wtf Popu! ar iiluilralcd Lok (360 pagct) on Manhood 1 Womanhood! Markiage! Imt,ediir.ent to Marriage ; C.e caiue and cure, y ent jteurtly teal", post-paid, for 50 cents, by La. C. Whittier, 017 at. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. Read hii work. Eoiie Noxts. Catarrh, Sore Throat, a sure cure is Dr. J. II. McLean's Ca tarrh Snnff. H iH a new antecptic principle, never fails. Trial boxes, by mail 50. Dr. J. II. McLean, 314 Ches nut, St. Louis, Mo. A wan whs run over Thursday night by a Central train near Elgin anil killed. The man was lying on the track, and mpp scd to be intoxicated. 'A whisky bottle was found ciushcu into bis persou. Chronic consumption is n...

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. — 29 March 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AXTBTIN THURSDAY MAKCil 20, 1877 Home aud Farm. J. J. Thomas, author of the Am.ri Cn Fruit CulturUt. says that LuddiDz and (rrafting should bo taught iu ckoils. In rural districts this woull caltiTtte simple ami Tery useful art. Gray' first lesson in botany, and the tody of Tegitab!o physiology, miy be taken ap by si ranced claries in country Schools with s'lrantage. Children Should learn the principle of the basi net which they are to lollow through Ufa. Erery year science comet a little nearer to the youthful mind, and more within iu KrsP thuBht. 1 1 time, child's best instincts will have a troraly scientific orpin. The human brain necessarily nfl.-cts back on so ciety the light it has teciived. Ilurti cnlture, in its moot aivanced state. Bay And tome dillijulty in niakiop; its way into schools as something worth considering, teaching and learning, bat from the hunting gardens of Babylon (one of the seven wonders of the world) down to the Kcw garden o...

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. — 5 April 1877

THE STATESMAN. TiflXUVIH I DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATES 11 AS Blnrle cepv, ooe year 9 IS OO "Single copy, six month J OO Dlugl copy, one mootb 1 00 WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Blnr! copy, on year M 'JJ HlDtrls copy, tl month I The above ratee are epeele. Special Notice to our Readers ! HI'ECIAI CALL" AGENTS WANTED To Mil tba Ne Patent Improved EYE CUPS. OvnranOtA to U the hut pacing tnuinet offend U AijtnU by any Uuue. An easy and pleumnt Th "fmlat'ft tbe relehrated new Pal en t Im proved Eye Cup tor the restoration of ijUt br-akaooi and b'ae In the evidence of over OUOO genuine t-ittnoniala of care, and recoea tended by nor man on tboaaauo. of oar beat pbvelclan in ineir uTwmiiH-m. The Patent Eye Cap are a aclratlfle nd phi lotoubical dueovery. and aa Alkx. Wtrii, M ii.. and M m. Buii-it, M. I) , write, they are crtainiyinerreaiesi invention or innate. Head the I-1 owing cert. notet: Faroceo station, louau Co., Kr., Jan 8 187. Da J. Ball Co . Oculists: UaarLBMca Yonr Patent Ey Cup are,...

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. — 5 April 1877

MM STATESMAN. THURSDAY APRIL 1877 TERHIS FOB WEKKLIl Subscription for twelre raonlba f 1 So BoicripUoo lot lx month 1 50 riitiu ia adtabcs. TiOML RAILWAY. Tom Scott is compelled bj the law to complete Lis road to Weather ford daring tbe inmmer and it seema that the International lias (mall "chunk of fire on iti back" in tbe shape of this clause from the railway compromise act of March, 1875, which proTides: Section 4. That if said company (International) shall fail to complete the construction of said railroad from tbe city of Jefferson to the terminus of said road on the Rio Grande at the rate of at least forty miles each year or eighty miles eveiy two years, count ing from tbe first day of July, 1873, tber shall forfeit all rights to tbe land eranted bv this act upon that portion of tbe road which they thus fail to construct. It will be observed that the Interna tional company must begin its com pulsory task at Jefferson. It has ex tended tbe highway, since this act was passed, fr...

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