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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 10 May 1877

WEEKLY THCRSDAY MAY 10. 1877 TKRnft FOH WEEIiUl . Pnhaenptlon lor twelve months f JO Subecriplioa far six month! mini ovac Wall Paer! Wall Papeb .'A larjre and varied assortment for sale at preatlT reduced pricea, by J. J. & VT. II. Tobin. ftMAwif RKrvPTof city sexton for the month of April, 1877: Total deaths, 13; from birth to five year, 5; from five to tirsnty, 0; flora twenty to 40, 7; from forty to sixty. 2; over sixty, 1. C. L. XlTsrnKE, City Sexton. Many tickets in th Louisiana lot tery were sold in this city. The fol lowing numbers drew the first, second and third capital prizes in the Tuesday drawing: So. 30,743, $30,000; No. 40,137, $10,000; No. 45,809, $.5000. Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood ! Womanhood ! Marriage ! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent securely iealeJ, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. C. Whittier, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. - Read his work Mesmrs. Mabin and Wright, mem bers of Capt. Hall's...

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. — 10 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT ;AnDWEiu ss MonniH. A.TTBTZN THURSDAY MAY 10. 1877 Tfca Blssaaol Wmtn. Miss Schnrz, who U Washington belle, baa brown hair and Urge brown ejes. Hugh Hasting wanted somebody to prove that Etc was Irish. Well, wasn't . sbe the first nb on mant Tba wife of the Sptniih Minister at Washington recently wore wine-colored velret embroidered with pale pink. Miss Elizabeth Thompson, the Eng lish battle scene painter, has jast sold her last picture, 'Inkennann," for ,$25,000. Chicago critics say that Miss Amy Fay, a pupil of Liszt's, suffers from timidity. ba a fair technique, bat sacrifices power to sentiment. Mrs. Kate Chsse-Spragne has begun to go into Washington society for the first time since nor father's death. At a recent reception sbe wore dsrk Tel ret, and ber hat bad a scarf of pale yellow. The mania for pug dogs is said to be subsiding, and no longer will society .women - psy the exorbitant prices hitherto asked for these diminutive and clumsy specimen...

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. — 17 May 1877

THE STATESMAN, DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN K1nele Ann An w. Bin! copy) tlx month''.'.'.".' Single copy, one month 13 00 Off 1 oo WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Single copy, one year H 0 pippi copy, ix month 1 v MTTue above ratea are apecle. nUCElLANEOlS. c entaur liniments. lLtttT from a rmtmatttr. AaTiot.-H, III., December 1, !I74. Ilea are. J. B. Hue Co.: My wife baa for a long time been a terrible aioTvrer from kteumatliiar. bh baa tried many ptiyalclane and mai.y ri-oiwtlr. Toe only luiug lil:b ban itlvrn ber rvlli f le Ontaer LluUuuiit. I am rll to eey tkla traa cared hut. I am doing what I can to eileud lt( le. w. n. niNO. Thla lea aample of many tbooaand Ulmooi; al reclved of wonderfuf cure (ffeeted by tbe Centaur l.lnlment. The Inuredleataof lb le aitl ele are iiubllelied around li bo'tle. Itroaialn Wllrb li.z.-l. Monlba, Arulca, Ki k Oil. Car bullc, and iiiurrdieiiie bl berlo little anown. It la an ludlanutalii fart I bat tbe Centaar Lini ment la performing more cure of Hwelll...

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. — 17 May 1877

2 WEEKLY STATESMAN. .A.TTsrrxxj-. THURSDAY MAY 17, 1877 TEnnt FOR WEEKLY t Bobaertption for twelT months So atMcrlptioa for tx mcmlln 1 CO riTABLI I ADTABCm. UNITY OF TUB WATIO FBO PHSTI AND STATESMEN. The tendeacy of the republic to the empire wu seen in the close alliance and friendliness between Grant s per aonal government and that of the Czar. Seward paid Russia seven millions in gold rather to ettet our lore lor Ku sla than as a consideration for heaps of Ice and snow known on maps of polar regions as Alaska. It has been sus pected that Grant and the Czar con templated an alliance and that all the nations were to confess finally the do mi a ion of America and of Russia. Russia was to absorb Europe and Asia while Grant swallowed Mexico and Booth America, froze out Greenland and the Dominion and these two men, r their successors, proposed to wield the world's mastery. While they be come unrivaled political rulers Jay icold and Tom. Scott setza the scepter of commercial empire. R...

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. — 17 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BY AUHWKTjIj A MOniUH. AtTBTIN THURSDAY MAY 17. 1377 .Wall Paper ! Wail I'apbu! A larc and varied acsortuient for sale at preotly redaccd prices, bj J. J- & II. Tobin. USd&wlf The increasing popularity of Home Stomach Bitten if strong eridence in favor of its medical virtues and those who lire suffering from malarial effects aro earnestly requested to try them. Ox Friday, in the district court, a colored woman was given seven years in the penitentiary for poisoning Mr. Fowler' children, and a colored man, recently arrested near Oatmanvillp, was given fifteen years for stealing horses. Popular illustrated book (260 pa get) on Manhood 1 Womanhood 1 Markiace! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Kent stturtly ualtJ, post-paid, for 50 cents, by 1k. C. Wiuttikb, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. . Read his work. You need not fear that people will know that your hair is dyed if you use that perfect imitation of nature,...

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. — 17 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT .1TBTIN MAY 17 THURSDAY 1877 PeraoaaJ. Grant-Duff ay that Ruisia ia still a bear, going forward ; but a bear. . Rui baa contributed the largeit amount toward the atatue of Liebig. Sir Cbarlea Dilke lay that Niagara la terrible and beautiful, but not aul llme. It is thought that when Victor Hugo rites to make a speech he might well ing a song. Stopford Brooke, the English preach er, who became an apostle of Robert son, is poetical, handsome and elo quent. Webster's dictionary has only three words of nine syllables, and that is wbera the line is drawn on Senator Ferry. - An English judge denied an apnlica- Ton to compel a defendant to prevent -is rooster from crowing at .J o clock in the morning. Mr. Nicolas SliiHkio, the Russian Minister, and M. Max Outrey, French Minister at Washington, have arrived at the Clarendon. One millinery store in Boston has ol tained envied notoriety by thu fact that flllX-ssven young women clerks have "been married from it wi...

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. — 24 May 1877

THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN THE STATESMAN. DATLT DEMOCKAT1C STATESMAN aans'e copy, one year Simile ciy, a:x rarnthe biUj!e co), one munta 1 Vt WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. S:nple copy, one rear f9 5 Sid.-I cpy. ali niotitha 1 69 I The above ratee are tpecle. Tilt: DAILY pabllehed fiery morning except Monday. THE WEEKLY pnbllahed every Thnr1y morning. All baeineeecorreapondence, communications etc lion Id be addreered te CARB1VELL 4c HOttRHi Aaetin, Text! VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1S77 NO. 32 Fentaur Tiniments. Istltr frrm a Pmltmutfr Astkxh. III., December 1, 1874. Meeerf. J. II. Kuee Co.: My wife ban fur a lung- time been terrible l-Hcror from kneamatlam. rhe ku Uled many liiylclane and many remedlee. Tlie only thing hlcb bu iilren bar relief la Centaur Llulmout. I am ntUM to aay tkla haa cured bur. I am doing what I can to extend ite eale. w. n. Rrsa. Tbla la a sample of many tbonnand tei-tlmoai; ala received of wonderful enrea effected by tbe 4'enta...

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. — 24 May 1877

TIIL'RSDAy MAY 24, 1977 TFK.VH FflU UKKKLYl Knnscripnou Kit twelve month fl Bo nunacripuou for sis monies 1 60 riTAILI IB aovabcb HlVEil l'NCMNGB IN 111 PlHPOken, The Wksburg Herald, ieferring to the press diipatcb published a few days sgo, in which it iu stated that the President would appoint bisownorigi nal adherent alone to office in the South, aays that by this policy the Preiident will gTeatly strengthen the Democratic party in these State. Nothing would please more the Blaine faction of Radicalism and the Bourbon democracy than tbit abandonment of statesmanship and recurrence to parti- anibip. Be waa the candidate of a party and elected by a party, but pro he th President of the whole people, ani wiine we nave do rigm m any that Mr. Hajea ii a greater man than Lia party supposed him, yet -hi inaugural address and subsequent conduct made us absolutely believe that a good God bad actually given us a raler wiser and better than the zealots and enthusiasts and fanatics taken in 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. — 24 May 1877

STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AnDWKLIi 310IITIIM. AtTSTIPJ THURSDAY MAY 2., 1S77 Tos colored people have cooclu'ied to postpone tbeir piocic till the r.ia teentb of Jud, Emancipation Day, when they will have a rou-r. Wall J'aper! "Wall Papeii '. A larj;e and Varied assortment for sul"! at freatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W. II. Tubin. fiai&wtf If m thing of beauty be a joy forever, the possession of a good thing must give corresponding comfort, and a we may not bare the former, we can secure the latter In that valuable tonic Home Stomach Hitters. Tiir balloting on the election of county attorney In the commissioners' conrt was as follows: First ballot Bentley 2, Archer 1, Carleton 1, Moor 1. Second ballot Bentley 2, Moore 3. Of all the trees in all the groves The soap-tree is the best, liecaase it makes the Sozodont. Let who will have the rest, But pearly teeth and fragrant breath, And Bozodont are mine till death. A rocKKT full of money amounts to rv little waen neaitn is cone. ...

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. — 24 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AUDWELL &. rOIlIHM. THURSDAY SIAY 24, 1877 1 1 . .1.1.. - - - - j - - - j j Synopals of Decl.Iona In the Court of Appeal. SEPOIITED BT JOn.X C. RAKDOLI'II AXD A. B. COLEMAX. Sam Mason Hnl. t. The State. Opin ion by Wiukler, J. 1. One witucaa testified when ex aiuined on his toir dire that he was only seven years of age, and on being farther examined ho eaid "that if be swore a lie the bad man would get Mm," and said bo "meant the devil,4' and that he would go to Huntsville," and said he meant '-be "penitentiary." Held, that there was no error in per mitting the testimony of this witness to go to the jury. 2. The offense of conspiracy to com mit burglary is defined in plain lan guage, and has alllxed to it a proper punishment. Affirmed. Mottley v. The State; appeal from Coryell. Opinion by White, J. The appellant moved, the Attorney General uojecting, to substitute in this court an instruction asked by defend ant and refused by the court on the trial...

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. — 31 May 1877

1 ffHE STATESMAN. 4L i THE STATESMAN. FBHMSl DJULT DEMOCRATIC STATESXJLS Platfs copy, one year tyl OO . Single copy, aix month , Oo Single copy, one mont h .x 1 HO WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATES MA IT. liing'.s copy, ons year.......... (2 SO ttincl enpy, nix months 1 40 tTbe above tales are specie. WEEILY DEM1 TALESMAN 0BATI THE JLAILY poblUhed erory morning except Moeday. TIIK WKKKLY pnbllshed every Thursday monrlag. All hnalneee correspondence, commnnlcetlons eta. should b (Ureases to CARBWELL MOKRIS, Aaslin, Texas nUtCELLlNKOll. VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, -MAY 31. 1S77. NO. 33 Tentaur liniments. VtHtr firm a rontnuuter. Adtiuch. It-U, December 1, 1174. Mrssrs. J. B. Kose Co.: My wlfehurora long time been a terrible e-tTerer from kbeamaliaia. ue haa tried many lliyairlan and many remedies. The only thing which haa (riven her relief la Centaar Liniment. , 1 am rlced la aay tile haa cured bar. I am aoiue wnai i eaa to extend ne sie. W. n. KINO. This It a 'ample of many thnnesnd tec...

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. — 31 May 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN. - -A.TTO TXTVX. THCRSDAY MAY 81, 1977 TKR.HS VOI1 WEEKLY I BanseripUoa for twelve monU-t ft So BubacrlpUoa for six months tSU FATABLl n ADTAJfCm. COHTt COSTS t KNDLKfca AND nUd'BELEIS COSTS. . Jefferson pays iti city official $GG32. Will tome one tell Vrbtt is the turn total of salaries aad perquisites and jury and witnesses' feea gathered in and abaorbed by the direra place holders of Austin? Salariei per me con titute a email ibare of the sum total appropriated liy placemen, and if there be those baring an inside view of the facts who will give tuein, our gratitude will be boundless. The mayor's stipends and salary constitute an in flefinite sum. The perquisites are the richest pickings. Even justices of the peace here and there have acquired great skill in multiplying their little perquisites. Oaly last week in a neighboring town a drnnken young man of good' honest, sober parentage fell intoxicated in a whisky shop. There was no understanding between the barkeep...

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. — 31 May 1877

J 1 WEEKLY STATESMAN . PUBUSHZD BT - AunwELii a Monni THURSDAY MAY 8L. 1877 Suxlioht Oil, told at Tuom's drug tore, it the cheapest n4 best burning fluid and perfectly safe. The TraTis county jail hat become almoit a branch of the penitentiary. It now coatains seyenty-ionr prisoners, alout half of whom hare been brought here from other countica for aafe keep ing. Some rerwna are utterly regardless of a cold, and do not recognize until too late the penalty paid for negligence; who, had they bat taken that valuable tonic, Home Stomach Bittera, would be . living now. Popular illustrated book (360 pages ) on Manhood! Womanhood! Makkiace! Impedimenta to Marriage ; the cause aad -cure. Sent leeurtly italtd, pott-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. - C. Whitties, 617 St. Charles Street, St Loaii, Ma, .the great apeoalitt. a Rod hit work. Walu Paper ! "Wall Paper I A latge and varied aaaortment for aale at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W. II. Tobin. iiiWJEWti Ik the competitive drill at the...

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. — 31 May 1877

T-T I r 0 m. 1 WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AUDWEIil Sc MOItUIH. AtTBTIN" THURSDAY MAY 31. 1S7 Feraenal. Gen. Grant was ttc guest of Thomas ZtMt at Morristown, jS. J. Prominent Virginians who called upon President Haves last week tolJ him that the folks wanted to see hitn down in Richmond and I'ttcrnbcrp;. The President said he couldn't get oil till after, the extra session, but he sboaMlrj to accept the invitation then, and -jrbaps extend bis trip further South. Miss Mildred Lee, daughter of the lata Gen. It. E. Lee, u on a visit to New Orleans, and was serenaded n few evenmgs since by the bultalion oi Washington Artillery, blie was nUo presented with a bouquet of Mowers, and the I'v-Aiyuue says: "Miss Lee, in eloquent terms, returned hertbauks to the battalion." The will of the late Rowland il. Macy, the well-known New York mer chant of Sixth Avenue, was offered fr probate last week. The estate, valued at $300,000, is left in equal parts to the testator's wife and daughter. The f...

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 June 1877

PS THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC TESMAI . TIXJB DAILY pablUhod rrery morning except Monday. T1IK WEEKLY published every Tbnradaj morning. All bnaincMeoiTfspoBdeac, cotnmoBleatloos koold be addreared to - ' CAUBWUL nOUBIX, Aaaila, Texaa VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 7, 1S77. NO. i; ' P. a. o I W MCEI LIKEODS. c entaur L iniments. LtlUr from a fotlnuutrr. Aktuxbj, I IX., lMaibc 1, 1S74. Mrar. J. B. Rum m Co. I My wire ku for. leas ttau km a terrible -ffrer fron Ubeamallam. ton baa tried many lihyalrlane and many reaiadlee. TM only lalnf wliirli haa idven See relief la Ceo tear Liniment. I am rli-d tu aay tbla baa cured her. Jan dolug at bat I can to extend 11 ale. W. n. RING. Tbla la ample of many thonaand teatlmoal all rno Iva-d of wonderful cure effected by the IVntaur I.lnlaieat. Tne lugredleaiaof tbla aril rle are uiilillahed aruaad each bo' lie. ltcoulalna Wttrli IU..-I, Mentha, Arnica, Kock Oil, Car ImiIIc, aud InKredlanla hitherto little known. It la an lndliuille fa...

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 June 1877

MM IsUJlllxi it ATJSTIKT. THURSDAY JUNE 7, 1377 TEK.m HR WKKKLVl Subscription lor twelve raouuia $J JO aubecnpilua fur lx nion'.n 1 W rATAJlLI IM iDtKCI. HOMOV At Sf IN. Tbe best informed railway managers ia the world uud the ttst and most wisely built, and conducted railway svstvm of Kuropis or America ia that of liaasuchuaelts. A learned tommisHion, constituted of exptr., supervise and make annual reports affecting the rail way of the commonwealth, even rc; nlating rates of passenger and freight cbarres, and such ia the volume and force of public opinion that these ad visory reports are uialent of legis lation, liarely do we hear of acci -dents on MaswachusctU railways or of ruinous competition Irftwcen compet ing roads. With all its cold, granitic gelfiahuetm, the wisdom of Maiiaciiu setts is nniiir!fitiniied, and its railway and school systems and economic leg islation ami ftutlrugu restriction are models for younger communities. The old Itomau general who worrinoat fame II? Vfi...

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 June 1877

IVEBKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT " AHDAVELI 4k. TV! Oil III A.XTBTIN THURSDAY JUNE 7, 1877 AT Tobias' .drag store you tu get wiudow or picture gliuu of any sue. febSStf Col. Mokphis, tried before ;tl county court Monday for carrying deadly weapons, waa Boed fit aod coata. Hoda watjcr at Tobin'a drug atore, drawn from atel foMotaias, which is a guarantee tbat'it doea not contain itber lra) or copper, at five ceuta per Popular illustrated book (360 pafes) cm Manhood I Womanhood I MxaaiAccI Impediments to Marriage ; the cauae and cure. Sent itiurtly ttalrj, post-paid, for 50 emit, bjr Da. C Whittiir, 617 Su Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,Jhe peat ipetialist. a Read his work.' At Tobin'a diug atore a large and Iwautiful assortment of frames for bolograpba and picturei, and cheaper price than ever aold before in Austin, lid certain and examine before pur aliasing elsewhere. A 111.ACK character ia awful, but pretty black hair and whiskers is not. Use Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye, and in fifteen luio...

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 June 1877

J 1 -' ? WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT 1-ra. Lr M'i-XiM I THURSDAY JUXE 7. 1877 I nT-gL. .J WlJ - 1 - L 1' . -J I Home and Farm. Pimi Booms. Growing plants, vegetation ia general, ii the mean Da tura employt to purify the atmopphere. Tbe gases which are tbe products of respiration and of tbe decomposition of organic matter, either readable or animal, are assimilated by tbe growing plant or converted into its tissues, in the wondrous Laboratory of nature these processes are constantly in opera tion, so that all organic substances in their turn, together with all tbe ellete product of animal life, serve tbe pur pose of sustaining vegetation. Tbe process of this assimilation of matter or food in plants is a direct result of tbe action of sunlight, though there is reasou to believe tbe process is not wholly iatcrmittad during tbe night. but that the peculiar action induced in tbe plant cv tbe direct sunlight is con tioued with a dimiDinbirjg force- in the hours of ordinary darkness. Pro...

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 June 1877

V THE STATESMAN, 'i'ui7Vfi - 'Daily democratic statebvaii n copy, on year a 13 OO Blnitle copy, tlx month OA Blncle copy, on monlb 1 OO I1WEEKLT DEMOCUATIC STATES If AIT. JJInirl eopjr, one y-r (3 SO VJ. i nwiitiii i u i ue snove rales ut ix.cic NIM-KILANEOCl. entaur rinimeriis. r from a tlmaser. Aktkm h, Ii-i., IJccember I, !sT4). Messrs. J. It. Ilia,! ( u . My wlrabs lw Umt time been ttnfbts merer from HUeumati.iu. kit bu tried ni&uj physicians and many remedies. Tli only ttelug which lima given h,r relief ! Cenluc Llalment. J am rlrea to say this baa curea liar. 1 a doing what I can to extend Ita aale. w. n. RINQ. Thla la a sample of man tboassnd tenlaxlj aia reo ivea or wonatHTui cures ejieeiao iy im 'entanr Liniment. Tha Ingredlentae tMaartt ! are uulillnhail around each boitla. ItcoalalaB Hazel. Mentha. Arulea, Kuek OH, Car t miherto llltl snowa. It Vataor Lint !waillo. Aeuraiiria. .. than any nn:ii, erniirocauuu extract, salvea. ointment and Dlanteranow In se. or Toothach...

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 June 1877

J . . f j Ma aid WEEKLY STATESMAN.! nnmsDAT juxe h, 18T7 TEKJII FOB WKEKLIl Batatnptloa for twele amitbe t ! aabocripUoB for tlx month 1 TIUC CHCBilI AND CO KM LPT MTBlllTl'HE. We are exceedingly glad that Dr. Philpott hat gathered fscts showing that the church ia daily gaining trencth and numbers, and that the deril ia losing hit hold on mankind Not Terr lone- tn a tery remarkable Individual, who Lai twice circumnayi r,iA th nlobe. addressed a raat ... B ' throng In a Southern city. He dif- , fered widely from Dr. PLilpott, who liTea Tery rigidly within the pale of hit church and its literature. There were ihrea thousand Dcrsons listening to the lecturer of whom we tell. He said, substantially, that there were perhaps thirty millions adult church memlers , who were capable ct understanding the significance of this membership, Of these he said there were probably five millions genuine, earnest, devout, humble followers of Christ, accepting bis tenets of faith absolutely and with out...

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