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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 5 April 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN THURSDAY '...AFRIL 5. 1877 Wall Paper! Wall Pai-eii! A large and varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W. II. Tobin. fl8J&wtf Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Maniiwd! Womanhood! Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent ttcurtlyttaUJ, post-paid, for 50 eenti, by Da. C. Whittier, 617 St. Chaile Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great tpecialiit. Read hU work. Black as the Ravks's Wi.no. Gray hair can be changed to a glossy black by a ungle application of Dr. Tutt'a Ilair Dye. It acta like magic, and is warranted as harmless as water. If your druggist does not have it, ask him to ordr it for you. Price $1. No mineral polsou and no acid curse .(Which only serve to render bud teeth worse! Is ever found in Sozodont. 'Tis sweet, Hut, oh, how very simple, as is meet. Upon the breath it acts just like a charm. It cleanses teeth and mouth, and does no harm. If you aro to marry a delicate, pale and sickly lady, mak...

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. — 5 April 1877

e s r 9 if PUBLISHED BT aTTTi:iX THURSDAY APRIL 5, 1877 Flit the ENtr and Fill tbe Yooncer. The annals of history, in all prob ability, afford mention of no two men, each bearing the same came, and each alike distinguished as statesmen and oratori, comparable in their sphere, to , William Pitt (Lord Chatham), the eH J; r, and his sin William Pitt (the younger), who, each in his turn, made , ' his mark so effectually in the Parlia - xnent of Great Britain. Another coin ; cidence in tbe career of this remarka ble father, and in that of his no less ; remarkable son, waj the extremely youthful age at which both commenced their parliamentary career. If we mis take not, the elder Pitt (by means coa 1 stitutional or otherwise, we are at a loss to determine), obtained a seat in the House of Commons at the very premature age of nineteen or twenty, lie resigned his commission as cornet of a horse regiment taking his seat in Parliament with a self possession and hauteur, we cannot dult, in 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. — 12 April 1877

THE STATESMAN. Mil liaVlAVaT I published eery morning except Monday. ., . THW WKHtLY poblieh-d ercry Thursday moraig. All baalncMeorTCupoadeacs, ctmai ealeatloat U. efcwnld be arfdreeaed to MnDWkLL mORHIS. Aot!n. Teas jflEDICAL. (Jentaur Jjiniments. Ijttltr from a Fotlnuuler. ANTroctj, lix., December 1, !S74. Meaerf. J. It. lt'o a Co.: My wife baa fur a long time been a terrible a-fferer froia Kbeomatlrm. hbe baa tiled many pbyalciaua aad many rauiedlee. Tbe only Uuag 'Which baa rlvm bar rrllff la Centaur Liniment. I am re Mewl to any thta haa eared bar. 1 aia doing what J can U) extend lu aale. w. n Rruo. Thla ! a aample of many thooaand teatimoiti; aia rwlird of woailrrful earea effected by the I'etitanr I.lnirneat. The loirredleoleof lUia atl rlr are pnbtUhed emnna each bo tie. Itcontaina Witch Hajari. Mentha, Amies, Kock Oil, Car bolic, ami iuirrerileuta biiherlo little known. It la an Indlaputulile fact that tbe Centaar Lini ment la performing more earea ol BwelHaga, htiU Joint...

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. — 12 April 1877

li l 1 - STATESMAN. AtJSTXN. THURSDAY APKlkia. 1377 TKIt.n FOIt WKEKfcVl JobaenpUoii fortwelr. month. I so BabacrtDtiou for ix month 1 60 THK rOSSIBLE UUtMUCI It AMD CLOKV OF HAYES'S ADUIMIM TUITION. Wo have grown so uccustomed to the prevalence of unutterable disorder and Tiolence in Cuba that a changed con dition of affair is hardly deemed de sirable. We used to draw ninety mil lions of sugar, molasses, fruits and cigars from the inland. While Lerdo and his predecessor maintained order In Mexico, our losses in Cuba were sup plied by the industry of the South western republic. At length we find Mexico as helpless and useless as Cuba, and the annual deficit in the foreign trade, especially of Charleston, Savan nah, Mobile, New Orleans and Galves . ton, must be enormous. The calamity is progressive and cumulative. Dis asters that befall the two Ilispano . American countries render the condi tion of each more and more deplorablo at the close of each year, and our losses are constantly...

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. — 12 April 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN FTJBUSHSD BT AniTWELL fe MOIXIltS- A.ITBTIN THURSDAY ."APRIL 12. 1877 Wall. PapebI Wall Pate J A large and varied assortment for ssle at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. rr. U. Tobin. fl8dAwtf Popular I!lutrated book (260 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! MamageI Impediments to Marriage; the causa and core. Sent security tralfJ, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. C. Whittier, 617 St. Charlea Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. - Read hia work. Mary bad a little t jotb, It waa white aa anow, And Mary's breath was pure and swtet Aa any winds that blow Twaa simp'.y using Sozodont Which made and kept them so. Black as the Raven's Wmo. Gray hair can be changed to a glossy black by a single application of Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye. It acta like magic, and is warranted aa harmless as water. If your druggist does not hare It, ask him to ordvr it for you. Price $1. Pain in the throat or breast cured by this new principle, Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Cough and Lung Healing Glob ules. As...

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. — 12 April 1877

r i rCBLUHKO BT .ATlPWtOAL. a MOTtlwIS. .CTSTZN APKIL 13. 1877 Hease Para. ' Before tbe war we imported a pair f Ajrethire cattle from bcotland, and, joat ao long aa we kept up that brwxi and croeeed it npon selected native betfera, we were convinced that the . Aimnin h iocuv lor iso d joio. W . . a . . a pies'y oi turner, ricn dik, aoa cream a Snger-Ungth deep in a jar, are the reaolU of keeping good Ajreahire milkera. But extended ebaerratioo aad iuqairy, aid a little experience ince tbe war, almoat peranade na that tbe Jersey cattle are tbe cattle we of tbe flouts ahould breed. For tbrifr, bafdipeea, beef, Jon ping and fighting, ao cattle can equal tbe Brabmio. They wlU keep la good condition on leia, en dare oar hot, dry aommera better, and always furnish more meat, and about M much milk, aa any other breed of cattle. Bat tbey can learn easier to dlapate their owner'a righta, and main tain more than their own, and more gracefully leap orer our generally bad fenoea, than any othe...

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. — 19 April 1877

Tirti i feTATESMAN, Trxjvrjss DAILT DKJKK'KATIC - STATKSMA Pintle copy, on jtx f 1 9 OO &ttiirlco. ixtnjulai..t yO tingle col', slit Bgiua,ni. r v WEEKLY DKM.0UUAT1O STATESMAH. sltnirHrrr, aw vrar. .. tvii..v.-T.v(:-SS SO hiiisis oHir, ta bioivUis....,....7v..m r 6t tiyTUo abovq rate arc iyede. THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC TIIK DAILY pibllshcd ctctt morning except Monday. TIIK WKEHX.Y published rrerj Thursday morning. All boalncMCurrerpondcnc, commanicatlon CU. should be addressed lo UUOWELL tc na.-.ilis. Timlin, T'-x VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1877. NO. 37 STATESMaM. entaur Jjiniments. . Lf'ltr fnim a tutmat(r. Astmk.ii, III., December 1, !67. Messrs. J. It. Hose a. Cfi. : M wife lit fir a loai; tuna bars a tnrrlble a-flercr frum lihi umulUui. hue haa tiiad maujr j.hyiti'.-Uua and many rmiedle. The only thing lilch has itfvi-n hr r-lt-f la Centaur Liniment. I am m ilc-d to say thia haa currd her. I am doliitf what 1 can to uxlend It aiile. W. n. RING. This ...

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. — 19 April 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY APRIL 19. 1817 TEH. BIS POM VEEKLT I abaerlpdoa lor twetra months. .......... 13 So aabacrlptioa for six months . i go ririiu u asvAaca. THI HOST! IIETIIOOIITI AND THE DEI1RO. We published tome days ago a batch f reaolationa Mid to hare been adopt ed in godly conTention of Northern Methodists in Boaton. "We never dreamed that decent, intelligent peo ple of the ancient capital of the old Bey BUU approved tbeae folliea and aly printed the statement to abow how ignorant men and women bare twn doped by depraved, aelfiah party leaden. The South wu denounced in the reaolationa in onmeaaared terms; the Preeident of the United Sutea waa ssoedecaned becanae be "sold out to the Southern rebel Democracy," and lecaaae he "eacrificea principle and righteousness for the aake of tempora ry peace." The jolly Methodist prietta declared farther that "Wade Hampton, ' the arch enemy of the Republic, ought to be hanged, " becanae in bia railroad platform apeecbea he defies the...

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. — 19 April 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BY THURSDAY AI'KIL 19. 1377 Walu Pai-erI Wall Pafei: ! A large and varied Assortment or sale at preatly reduced price, by J. J. t W. II. Tobin. fl8d&wtf Popular illustrated book (a6o pages) on Manhood I Womawhood! Marriage t Impediments to Marriage ; the cause and cure. Sent ittunly ttaltd, post-paid, for co cents, by Ua. C. Whittiee, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louii, Mo.,. flu great specialitC - Read hia work. Black as tub Ra yes's Wiso. Gray hair can be changed to a glossy black by a single application of Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye. It acts like magic, and is warranted as harmlesa as water. If your druggist does not have it, ask Lim to order it for you. Price $1. The Vergennei Vermonter arts the Brandon Scale Cotnpany(Howe's scales) to remove to that place rather than Rutland, and says: "It is said no dividends have ever been made by this company in Bran don. Rutland could hardly do better." Scprrmk Ool'bt. Causes decided April 17, 1H77: Job niton et al. v...

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. — 19 April 1877

mmS STATESMAN PTJBLISHID BT RDWELL t MORUIH. ITI3NT ..APRIL 19, 1877 TJR8DAT. MlMrlU Netea. Within the put week Mr. Wm. n. Yaoderbilt bu settled with three mem ber of the Vandrrbilt family, doub ling the iffliianu which tbey would keve received b the terms of the will. Tbie gifee round million to each. Similar rran omenta bave been made With the oilier member of tbe family. A Washington dispatch ys that the Attention of Secretary Sherman hat been called by tbe friend of tbe Na tional Bank interest to tbe fact that Vole tome meararea of relief be af forded by Uoogre many of tbem will be obliged to go into liquidation. It bas been tbe wUh not to proooae any measure of legislation to tbe extra eesioB of Uongteas sare tbe provision of fund for tbe support of tbe army and nerbaDS the organization of a com- mission to the Paris Exposition ; bat it bow seeie imperattre tbat some legis latlon on finance should be had. - Paul Morpby, the famous chess player, la in a New Orleans asylum nopeie...

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. — 26 April 1877

THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. THE STATESMAN, Tnnivia s D.VILT DEMOlltATiO STATESMAN Single copy, oee rear (13 OO T1II DAILY publlfhod erery morning ept Monday. TIIK AVIOKIIX.Y I pnlil:ali d every Thursday nt'irulnc- All bnari(-aiicorr-poridi'iice, communication, ete. shon'd V: eiMreeund to (MKDWtLL fc WOKHH. Aaettn. Ttxf cmirie copy, aix aioniue, , - OO Single copy, one month. 1 OO WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATES? Sinj'.e cojiy, one year Sini'i c Hiy, lx nuiiilha eJ?Tbc abuve ratea are aiwclo. VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APR L 2, 1877. NO. 38 MIM KLI-ANKOl.. Tentaur jiniments. Avr.ixH. 11 1., lieorinner I, 1874. Mtir. J. U. huae a Co. : My wire ba fur a Ume time been terrible ' Di-ht fmm Khriiirmti.in. -he baa tried tnauy .byi Una and rr-auy rvaii'dlee. Tlie only thine mlilth baa iilvi'ii bur nliif la Centaur Libiiueut. 1 nm ri.l.- -d to aty tbla ha cared her. I am doinii Mliat 1 can to extend it eaie. V. II. RISO. Thl" la famiilc f nia-y thousand tertlmoil. nl ri-civrd...

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. — 26 April 1877

ATTSTITSr. THURSDAY APRIL 28. 1877 TER.TI FOB WEEKLY t E -inscription for twelre month. ..$1 Bo , 1 60 F ATABL 11 ADTAJTCK. I TU KB! TEX4S AND FREE TRADE ACUOSS AHK.ANIAH. Kentucky and Virginia and Tennes see railways converging at Memphis have aonght in Tain to arrange equita ble freight and passenger rates across Arkansas. St. Louis owns the Cai ro and Fulton and Texarkana and Bt. Louis roads. Properly enough St. Louis guards her own interests and foroes into her own warehouses and streets the whole wealth of Eastern and Southern and Central Texas. St. Louis does not propose, after investing twenty millions in a Texas road, to sur render any share of the riches gained by the railway to other commercial marts. Practically, as passenger trains are managed and rates are fixed, the shortest, quickest and cheapest route from Texas to New York and Chicago lies through St. Louis. As a geogra phical fact the shortest route lies through Little Rock, Chattanooga and Bristol. The railway dis...

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. — 26 April 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AUSTIN THURSDAY AI'ItLL 20. 1977 Wall Paikk! Wall Papeu! A large anl varied assortment for Bale at fjrcatly reduced prices, by J. J. A W. H. Tobin. flodAwtf Popular illustrated book (j6o pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! MarhageI Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent itiurely teateJ, pott-paid, for 50 cents, Ljr Ijr. C. Whittier, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. Kead his work. To deficient secretions of the alimen tary canal may be traced many an at tack of dyspepsia; use Home Stomach Jt;,'er, when the former will be prt tnot d, and the latter pass away. Iireath as sweet as summer's night, Teeth like pearls, so milky white, (Judii as rosy as the morn When the sun in hcaveu is born, Hucli the dear, delicious wont Of those who use the Sozodont. A San Antonio dispatch gives an ac- ' count of another stage robbery. Two robbers stopped the down stage from Eagle Pass and went through the three passengers on board and then ...

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. — 26 April 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN FTBUSHKD BT AUnMTt.L 4c. MOIIKIH. THURSDAY. ....... APRIL 26. 1877 Personal. Charitari declare that London baa eight monthi of winter and four months of bad weather. Chicago hat the Scandinayian in politic. When it cornea to close quar ters be fights mit BigeL Butler gives Packard this immense testimonial: "lie does not like me, but I concede bis abilities." A Mew York milkman tarried at the pump and was sentenced to s fine of (00 and thirtj days in jail. Two Frenchmen hare patented a somniferous apparatus for putting trar elers to sleep on railway trains. Verdi's "Alda" is not considered his best work, but he out-tromboned Wagner in bis triumphal march. Cham nominates merchants who are deeply in debt for switch tenders No danger of their going to sleep. Eleren prominent families in New York remove from Washington Heights tj-.ia spring on account of hard times. Pinchback says that he was offered the governorship of New Mexico, but by whom and for what reason is not ...

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. — 3 May 1877

THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. THE STATESMAN, DAILY DKMlH'KATlC STATESMAN Pinele copy, on year OfJ Btngle copy, aix mon'ba Single copy, one month 1 OO W EEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATKSSLAW. Sinele copy, one year f Bind copy, ix months. -a v i7Thi) above rate ar apeclo. DAILY publlrti' d ever morning eieept Monday. TIIK WKLKLY publith'd every " Luri'lnjr niornlrif. All liu.inencorn-pondcLce, comiuun'.ratlon ete. ahuuld lie aduri'.-id 10 (.tlinUhLL ic 71 Oil K I Austin, Ttxa VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1S77. NO. 30 niMHlMM'tlS. ipecial Notice to cur Readers! AGE NTS WANTED To II the New Parent Improved EYE CX'PS. ll'ntrmit'fil In 11),' tift jtayg butinru i,Wtr4 l A 7- ' t w.y '. -1 n " plwtd riititl'jurii1tl. . . . . The elue f tn- celebrated new Patent Im-irrmt-i J-.t 'v,4 for tbe niloru'.on of lttbt l.r ek. oui end b'azee In the evidence of over irrnuinK I uuiuulala of cure., and recom mended by more tt"u tnouaaud ' O' bet iilin.n in In their practice. Patent Kye C...

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. — 3 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. THURSDAY MAY 3, 1877 TEU.HS Ml WKKKLVl Subscription for twelve m on -.Us WI Subscription for six months 1 80 r&riiM in ADTAVcm. DO Tlltl I TIP? Freethinker in moral philosophy are accustomed to say that there must be, even now, a new religion or modi fication of old systems of religious faith and thinking. While this is a question beyond the pale of newspaper discussion, science, contemplating th assertions of spiritism, also contem plates a new departure. It is said and deemed a maxim by philosophers that if any- force in nature supplant any other force without adequate cause, science should find a neve cause. It has ever been pronounced impossible to suspend the operation of the law of gravitation, and yet it is said that the g tat Bouth American bird, like the eagle, cuts the cord at will that binds it to the earth and rises till the air is too thin to sustain life, and then voluntarily descends, and not btctuse impelled by the law of gravitation. Wi...

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. — 3 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AHDWHLIi & 31QRKI3' AUSTIN THURSDAY MAY 3, 1977 Highest range of thermometer in April, 83 degree; loweit range, o2 degree. Rainfall for April, 4.08 inches. Wall Paper! Wall PArEn! A large ami Varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced pricea, by J. J. & W. H. Tobin. fl8d&wtf Mr in iiimi.N bas just Lad one of hi ca'riagei overhauled in a stjle that would do credit to auy place. Austin has excellent workmen in all its local industries. There is an hour when angels keep Familiar watch o'er men ; 'Tis then I use my Sozodont, Oh, happy hour when My teeth grow white, my breath grows sweet, 3Iy mouth grows pure again. That nasal twang, it is catarrh ; care it at once, before it abows on your face by Dr. J. H. McLean's catarrh snuff It soothes irritation, cures sores in the nose, face or skin. Trial boxes, by mail, 50 cents. Dr. J. II. McLean HI 4 Chestnut street, St. Lonis. Ajc Old, Tkied Friend. Fortwen ty years Tutt'a Pills have proven tb frie...

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. — 3 May 1877

mm STATESMAN. .A.T7STXINJ". THURSDAY MAT 3. 1877 TKBHS FOB WKCKLI t abaertvrJoa for twelve month (1 Bo sbaeriptloa for U month 1 50 FATABL IV ADTABCa. 2Bre. C(lBMa 3t, 000,000. A diptch from New Orleans an nounce thu Judge Billings, of the United States District Court at'tbat place, has rendered a decision in the case of Mrs. Mjra Clark Gaines, who claims several million dollars' worth of property in that city, in faror of the claimant. Tbis is a phase of one of thu 'longest and most interesting law suits la the annals of American jaris emdsncs). The history of the case is briefly as follows: Mrs. Gaines is the Widow of Oen. Edmund Pendleton Gaines, aad was born in New Orleans in 1803. Her father, Daniel Clark, was born -in the county of Sligo, Ire land, in 1706, and, emigrating to New Orleans, inherited a considerable prop arty from bis uncle in 1799. Before the acquisition of Louisiana he was Amer ican Consul there, and represented the territory in Congress in 1400. In August, 181...

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. — 10 May 1877

THE STATESMAN, DAILT DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN EELY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN TUfcl DAILY It pablUhed every morning except Monday. TIIK WEEKLY I pobllahea. erery Tharadar morning. All baalnea correspondence, communication t. should be addreaaed to C1UBWELL A nOUKIl, Anatin, Texa oele copr, one year f 1 OO ciiujcie copy, aia awnioi. ....... avu Single copy, one moat a 1 N WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. SinrleeopT, one rear... S Blnfliropy, aix mouths 1 iO taTTl above ratee are specie. VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY" 10, 1877. KO. 30 THE STATESMAN. niACEI LAKEOFR. Pentaur liniments. tstttr from a fottmatler Axtmx n. III., December 1, !I74. Mwiri. J. B. Ku Co. : Mr wire h fur a long tine been a terrible '(Ternr fri.m Kheamallam. tbe hae tiled many tiyai:tna and many n-uiedlea. Tba only thing wlilcb h ulven br rrliif la t'entaar LlnlniauL m rulr-d to aay tbla ha cured btr. lam w. n. RING. Tbla la a aample of mri thoaaand te.tlmooi; ala r Ivrd of wuud' rfuf curra effected by tbe OMaur l.lnmen...

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. — 10 May 1877

,' V 7 WEEKLY STATESMAN ' ' PUBLISHED BT AIinWKIiL : M OJlllIH. rnrRsiAY may 10, 1877 THIS PtiLIOI'1f'. FItlK.IS Ttiat horrib?- riwt in' Eastern Missis sippi, In wbiuli ao old feud, generated in tue selfishness of local party leader, and in their eaueroens to jt;oern an lm-prW'-rinhetl cnntry, culminated id Llpodj deeds, excites genuine uneasi ness among honest members of the Itepablicaa part. 3Iea of the Norte, who sincerely desire the reproductioa 'ot .fhtt ColonUm which perrsded the country when none were suspected of possible hostility to the government, really fear that there cao be no safety for- life or property or liberty, and, least of all, for Northern men or nee-roes lo the South. They believe the terrorUm of Grant and the bayonet in dispensable to the repression of the Spirit of the rebellion." The base lessness of this apprehension will be confessed when it is remembered how the rebellion itself was instantly and everywhere, at the same moment, at an end. The end waa a ...

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