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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 14 June 1877

ate WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT A11DWEL.1. MOIIRI8. ATTSTZN THURSDAY... JUNE 14. 1977 Popular illuttrated book (6o peg") on Manhood ! Womanhood! Marriage I Impediments to Marriage; t-e cause and care. Sent tf curtly uaW, pott-paid, for 5 cents, by Dr. C. Whitties, 6tJ St. Charlex Stmt. St. Lotus, Ma,. the gret Specialist.- Read his work. We bear it on the streets that the ef fort to establish the ineligibility of Col. DeOress to the mayoralty will not Lt abated until the tame hai been passed upon by competent judicial au thority. ' - A black character is awful, but pretty black hair and whiskers is not. Use Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye, and in Cfteen minutes you will hare them as natural as in youth. If your druggist does not have it he will order it for you. Hum.iout Oil, sold at Tobin's drug store, is the cheapest and best burning fluid and perfectly safe. CuAxriK of time now in operation on tbe International makes trains leave Austin at 8 a. m. and 1 :30 r. x. Trains arrive at 7:110 a. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 14 June 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBUSHEO BT AIIDWEL.1. a MOK11IM. AXTfilTIIST THURSDAY JUNE 14. 1877 Tli BIMN4 Waeu. Chicago Is tbe cbampioa city for the tale of cosmetic. Hu Miss Dickinson quarrelled with Col. lligginson, too? Th ilceTei of new dresses are made to fit tighter than ever. ' Mary Clemmcr thicks that Chamber lain U a mass of intellectuality. Satin ia preferred to ailk for the foundation of evening dresses. Galloons of gauze embroidered in fancy colors are used for trimming grenadines. " A Bpaniah factory girl, working in cotton, baa saved nearly iGOOO in "twenty years. " A Tanneasee girl, pretty and in her teens, bai patented a combined barrow ad stalk cutter. Tbe Queen of Sweden suffers from .' disease of the heart, for which she is , undergoing electrical treatment. When a German woman maVes s.:--cesa or power in life they do ut t-.r . ahe weara tba r.rtei-lics, but that. t,'-j awing tho hlipi.r. A MaASiwIiineUa woiiifm lias i ad even husbands, out eh can't nnj; like. Di Murka. Fou...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 21 June 1877

r i THE STATESMAN, ' 1DA1XT DEMOCRATIC STATE8MAW IMncle copy, on rear ... f IS OO Single copy, tlx months. ....... OQ Biagl cop, cbt month 1 OO I WEEKLY DKXUCiHtIO BTATESMAJI. fllngl eopy, on year JJ ttlri'-l. ropy, six montha 3trTue above rate are rpecic THE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN THK DAILY . published arery morals axcrpt HonAaJ'. THE AVlKltLY -pnoltahed very Thursday morals (. All balnecorrpondeac, commas! catSocj te. ahonld be adJrsncd to riBBWaLL IHOllRIS, Aaatla. Texaa VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1S77. NO. s; iqiKCKlLANKOCTM. Pentaur liniments. littler from a Pmtnuutrr. Axti.m h. LvcemUer 1, !STI, Iftaar. J. It. Itusn a Co.: My wlfolia fura loujf time been a terrible nflurer from Kbenmatii-m. Mie baa tried many physician aod mauy rt-mrdlra. The only IbliiK wlikb haa irlen bar rrlief la Centaur Liniment, i am rellnd to aay thia baa cure d bur. 1 am doing what I caa to extend ita aula. W. n. KINO Thli lie aample of many thoonand ti-nlinoni; la ree I...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 21 June 1877

lilJ.ll AUSTIN. THURSDAY JUNE 21, 1377 TERKIi FOR WEEKLY I absertpnon for twelr moot ha f 1 Sg Subscription for six monlbt 1 to FATABL1 U ISTlICt. KnANCirATION DAY IN AUSTIN. It would have amazed a spectacled New Englander if be bad encountered events of Tuesday in this city. WLitci and blacks, ex-slaves and ex-masters, commingled in celebrations and at bar oecuea and in wine drinking. Tbey alike were happy, and not a trace of unkindness was risible in people's faces or in words nttered when the splendid ly equipped colored military company moved to martial music through the streets. White and colored orators, Southern men and ex-rebels and ex slaveholders and Unionists, partici , pated in the festivities and made speeches congratulating the negroes on ' their deserved freedom and accession to rights of citizenship. Nothing illus trates more forcibly the falsehoods of Jnler-Oceans, and of Mortons and Blaines, than incidents of yesterday. The negroes of Austin conducted two celebrati...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 21 June 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AtTHTIN THURSDAY JUKE 21, 1877 At Tobioa' .drug store you cau get window or picture glass of any size. fel)2-'itf Attestios is called to the adver tisement of fl-IO a month. A good opening these times. Sunlight Oil, sold at Tobin's drug tore, is the cheapest anil best burning fluid and perfectly safe. Wall Paper! Wall Taper ! A large and varied assortment for sale at greatly reduced prices, by J. J. & W II. Tobin. fl8d&wtf Soda water at Tobin's drug store, drawn from steel fountains, which is a guarantee that it does not contain either lead or copper, at five cents per glass. Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood I Womanhood! Makriace! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent tecurely xaltJ, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. C. Whittiek, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,. the great Specialist Read his work. Thk Home Btomncu Bitters has be come not only a household word, but a household remedy; its reputation be ing unsulli...

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. — 21 June 1877

J PUBUS&ED BT AnDWELL, Sc IOIlIlIM. THURSDAY JUNE 21, 1877 Tke Produce Tax. , Lockhart, Texas, Jane 4, 1877. Eiitort Newt- Kclio Soma weeks ago Mr. Ramej and Mr. Sansom, lotb member of the late Constitutional Convention in this State, published let ten in which they admitted that what It known as the produce tax was re quired by the present Constitution. If 1 remember correctly, Mr. IUmey con tended that the Legislature should bare provided (or the assessment at a time when the farmers had disposed of their produce, while Mr. Sansom de -fended the requirement as perfectly just, and now comes Major West, another distinguished member of the convention, of recognized ability and legal learning, and denies that either the Constitution or laws of this State authorize the levy and collection of this tax; and that Col. Harden, the comptroller oi ruuuc Accounts, is alone to blame for this burthen upon the people. Prior to the publication of this letter by Major West, the moss f the peop...

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. — 28 June 1877

TIIE-iSTi THE STATESMAN, 1EM nntri nn A' Tvm mm nnnMa i DAH.T DEMOCRATIC STATES MAS SSIagia eopr, on year $13 OO Htngle copy, six months 6 OO Ulngleov7, onBumiti..... 1 00 I1WEEKLT DfJtOCRATIC BTATESMAS. Slnrle eopr, one veer $t SO ItlBgl-copy. six sionlha 1 AO sVsTTbe above rata are spccae. THIS DAIXa. -a- b . n pnbllshed vwy moraiiur except Vhx!t. -U , ii. a ti j - a. M. m. - - w.n puhllshed ewj TuoraJar moruks. , - AU 1 n sincaa ou res potikfkce, commanicatitaB; at. ehenM be aditirwesl - e-"--""''''"? MBBWELL at lfRHI. AasUn, Texa VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUXE 2T, 1S77. NO. 38 RIKELLANtOtll. TUTPSPILLS A Noted Divine says They are worth their weight tn gold WHAT HE SAYS: D. TcTrr Ortr Sir; For ten yean I have kn martyr (a IrspeDsia, Caastipacioa, tad File. Last spring your pill, were mommcixlcd to ate ; I nsed them (bat with little faith). I am now a wall aua, havs (rood appetite, eifreetion perfect, regular stools, pile gone, and I have gained forty naiads solid ftcah. ...

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. — 28 June 1877

I ill .UflTIN. ItSDAY JLTNE 28, 1877 TEBDII FOB WEEKLY I Ssbacflauoa for twalra soma t M bacnptloa for alx month go rtinui ni ixTA.aca. TKXAS AND THE CiLOBK-DKMO CB1T. People now commonly go in wagons from St. Louis to. Kansas City, 3iy mile. Nobody travels, aare from com pnlory necessity, over a Missouri rail way. True, we do have highwsyrxen here and there in Texas, and foot-pad' and, cattle and horee thieves along the Mtjfcaalrorder; but to repreae the violent Of 'tbeae people we maintain dishing cavalry forces, and the daring Bedfflunt of the desert are rapidly dei i mated or driven into Mexico. In Hkeouri, on the contrary, the robbers art Indiscriminate murderer; oar a, having a spire of the devil, have also characteristics of admirable generosity and gallantry. We find them taking off their hats to the women and de priving them of nothing, and only say ing, in politest terms, to gentlemen traveler that they must atand and de liver. They are much more respecta ble, these Texas ...

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. — 28 June 1877

WEILYMTE8MAN PUBLISHED BT ' CA.UDWEI.L. MORIII9. TncKSDi.T....:....JUNi 2. rti TKxrxRAjicE. ThOM desiring to organize u Good Templars anywhere In thu portion of oar But should ed drena Mr. Geo. W. Moore, of Ibis city, who hu been made district deputy. " 1 Rat killiao. An interesting ret killing took place recently at the sta bles of Kvaos A Walker, the draymen. Ttia doors were taksn up, avery ho1 and crack stopped up, and thea a ter rier turned in on about twenty bis; rata. Men with whips had to go to the as sistance of the dog. - Every rat was killed. ,..'... ! " Scprkmb Cocrr. Causes decided: Towusend et al. vTeegue; appeal froru Trafis. Pitmiseed. -" Taylo? v. " Harrison;' appeal' from Collin. Reversed and remanded. Taylor . Haaw; appeal frona Hamil ton. Reversed and remanded. Waller v. Edmonds; error from Erath. Affirmed. Alexander's executors v. Lewis, et al. ; appeal from Fannin. Reversed and remanded. ' ; 1 I , Willett V. Lewis et al. ; error from Rolrtsou. Af&irtaed.- - ...

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. — 28 June 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBU9H2D BT AUSTIN THURSDAY JTSE 28. 1877 yaewets or Decision In ibe Court f Appeals. ' K SPOUTED BT JOUjr C, i EAXDOLPIt OF the Acrrnf bae. George Lester v. The State of Tcim; Appeal from Milam. Ouinioa bj White, J. 1. The counsel for sppellant contend Hut the court below tired in permit ting the county attorney, over tiie tb jections o( the appellant, to ask the jury " if they coulJ return the aaiue kind of a verdict aiinK a white man for killing a negii that they wotM against a white man fur killing another whits man upon the time tvi jeQce." Held, that the court di l not err iu per muting the question to be asked. If there be, as the argument indicated, in thia country men who feel and believe morally, socially, politically or relig iously that it is uot murder for a white man to take the life of a negro with malice aforo-thuught, such men are not lit jurors in contemplation of law to try a white man fur such a crime. Men holding audi opinion cannot be said to I...

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 July 1877

THE STATESMAN. TIIK AJLY published erery morning except Monday. TIIK WIiJb.ItLY published every Tbarstlay awrolflf. All boaiiuMcomsiMMMieiiM, cuouaaalcaUaas ta. should be adeed U caubwkll noaain, Aostln, Texas nBDICil,. TUTT?SPTLLS A Noted Divine says They are worth their tceiffJtt in fold. READ WHAT HE SAYS: t. Tltt: Dear Sir: For ten yean I have been martyr la Uyspepsia, Constipation, anl filra. Lat spring- jour pills were recommenced to me ; I uaed tbeia (but witb little faitbl. I am now a well man, have (food appetite, digestion perfect, rcirular etouis, ptlea jme, and I have r ained forty pounds solid licib. 'J. key axe wgrtb heir jvei(nt in rold. KkV. K. L. : SWPSOKLouUTiUc, Ky. TUTPS PILLS Dr.Tutt haa been raw pagsd in the practice of medicine thirty year, and for a losg time wma demonatra tor of anatomy in ttie Medical Coifoga of Georgia, benea, per sona uuar hia Pilla have the g-uarantr. that they are preparrdi on acienunc principles, and are irca irwaAU quackery. I le baa ...

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 July 1877

WEEKLY- STATESMAN. AtTBTIPiT. Tni'IWDAV JULY 5. 1S7 TKH.ni ron weekly nheeripooi, nir iwd aontu ,1 M Subscription for el montue 1 60 rATABI.E IK ADVAfcCB. Advertlelns; (latest Square 1w ifw Sw Jtn m J'i 1m 1m 1y u Two Tk.ee.... Kour... ., lve hi Or. eol... lit if col.. One col. . 1t4filM,;tnilil1', .it X 4 S II 111 .. l .i i 7 l'l Id :-.. .; 4 o h nir, 3D jf, -, mi .1 fi 1 10 11 IS 2.V 4.'. V. 7U .1 s n u n :t" no hi .. hi H 1'. si ; w 1 .' 14 li u m sr. r.'i i imji 1 XI 3h w I.Tu stai : SILVER AND GOLD AND LAW. A HTAX An ancient money-lender was heard to nay that silver inflation would be as ruinous aa greenback inflation, and there are crazy people who would flood the country with paper promises to pay instead of silver J'.n-I of payment. Sil ver money is a valuable product of tlm toiletry's industry; paper money is a valueless product of the country's art. The one has a real, the other a supposi tious value. When paper becomes too abundant to effect the exchanges of in dustry it ...

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. — 5 July 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BY ., THURSDAY .-...JULY 5. 1877 Mb. .Ed. L.ackdem, ' living near Fukville, in this county, thrashed out twenty-ix and a half bushels Rocbelle wheat per acre thin season. Attention is called to tbc advertise ment of Dr. V. K. Ward Seminary for Young Ladies, at Nashville, Ten ixkhcc. This is one of the leading t hools ttf the South. The contract for the building of the addition to the Deaf and Dumb Asy lum ww awarded to Loving & Max well, their bid being the lowest for the whole by forty dollars. Contract price $;7::o. Tub four men taken from a dance and hung near McDade by disguised men were named Wade Alfilh, .lohn Kuykendal, Young Floyd and Beck Scoot. They were young men and citizens of Lee county. Tim reporter of the Statesman is apprehensive that he will be slighted in the invitations to the coining sensa- tional wedding. The affair ought to be well written up, and no one could lo it completely unless honored by an invitatiuu ao that he could be p...

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 July 1877

UrK R K I , V ST A T KS HI A IV PTBU8HED BY cahdwkm- siom:is. .tTOTIN T1TTJRSDAY.. ....JULY 1877 Saw Lucas fipRisos, State of Coauuila, Mkx KICO, June 13, Is? Juditort Drmrxralir. Sta Unman Im pelled tjr desire to recover the para- M lii bealib I have at length wan dered away from scenes familiar and dear and soaglit a refuge among the ruoiiDtaios of tbe Sierras in this won derful "Italy of tbe Occident." And ai I bethink me of a premise to com xnunicAte with you in my travels, I will lariat the present parsing moments aod attempt to ride them in jour intercut and strvice. Some three weeks paat, while stopping at Eagle Pass with Captain's Hall's company of rangers. I met a Mr. 1)11, a lawyer of Uvalde, who, I learned, while in convvr"ttion with Lira one day, was contemplating a trip to the springs for the recuperation of bit health. J occurred me as this was in y only object and aim in traveling West, I had better avail myself of tins happy opportunity and become his companion in hi...

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 July 1877

s r THE STATESMAN. THIS DAILY pabtlahed every Mnk except Moadar. TIIK "WKfeKLY pafcltshed every Thersdey normlng. -All baslnesa earreepoadeaca, eonunsniatlooa a. honid be ritowii la C1BBWKLL HOHRIS, Aaatla, Texas niEI LINBOI'tf TUTPSPILLS A Noted Divins says They are worth their weight in gold. READ WHAT HE SAYS: 1. Turn Dear Sin For tea eara I have feen a martyr la lryepesie, Cn UpeOuu, and files, f mmi eprtnsr your pilii were TccommrDdd to ibc 1 used thm (be with litter feilh). I am rw.w a well Ma, have good appetite, d'a-rxloo i-rfort, rrjraiM Mods, piles goae, ud I l.ave trained fartv puuadsaolid fleb. They St WOCtll t'irir weight to jroid. Uv. K. . MMPSON. Louisville. ICt. tutts pills PlJr?ta has been gaged ia the pre-iW cumanox Bus aocoKine lairty year, and for a loagr CorasT aaaloinyia tie TUTPS PILLS ateaacae bOlleca or taeorgla, kect, per soae suing hia Pilla omnmnu, have the giiinntea that they are oreaared oa acseaiiac pari ncipl ea, aad ere tree Uva ail qnackeTV. He has ...

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 July 1877

in If t ATTflTIN. THURSDAY J L'L Y12, 1877 TKB9I FOB aabacripUoa (or lx monlba 1 BO r'jw'?w ;lml m'sa 6m m i ly Bqoar On Two .. .. Tl c ... Kj.r.... Flra HIS Or. eol . . , Half col. One col. 1 1 $ S $ 5 1. 15 1 : 4 ft K II IX aftl - o : 45 7' HO 1" ns XUO 3! t. t, 7, 1 IS, : am !; M 4 t a is B; 7' 10j 11! 1 S, (j. 141 1 h: I i! ii: 14' in! j; av. .v. 15l iSil 3B 4ol UI v. 4V mi all 150! isu. too JERE BLACK AND CARPET-1 It was thought that Horace Greeley' delineation of the moral features of tbe carpet-bagger would live immortal in eoag and atory, lut Jere Black has wrought oat the portrait with auch elaborateness of art that we cannot re frain from glring tbe inimitable skotcb Tbe agricultural and commercial wealth of Louisiana made her a strong temptation to tbecarpet-bagRers. These tu It ares snuffed the prey from afar, tad a soon as tbe war was over, they swooped down upon her In flocks that . . . - irk. u . . . ,IA aaiaeneu tne air. me riic liTered onto their hands by the mili ....

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 July 1877

PUB US ECO BT CAllDWELl, Jfc MORRIS. .T78TIN THURSDAY.. ....JULY 12, 1977 Jamks Llotd, TZaq,, enjoys an enviable reputation ia this city as a c'eactr and adjuster of all kinds of aewing roi.cl.inc4. Ilia charges arc reasonable, and be gives satUfaction or tskc no pay. Mr. Lloyd's residence is on Riymoud pleateau, corner of B.jwie aud Cypress streets. Dien. Eiwsrd Stanhope Giles de puted this life July 7, at the residence of his son, William L. Giles; aged 73 years, 11 months and 1 day. The deo-aned joined the Masonic O.derin Gallatin, Tennessee, in 120, umrrifd in and came to Texas in He lived happily with Lis wife, who still survives him, for fifty-three j ears. He was a kind husband and an alTiictionate father. The most melancholy aspect in na ture is that of the average Italian of a ble Rn-nan descent turning a crank on a hot siiuiuer day that the goobers iuuy revolve and roast while the per fume of the musky nut fills the cir cumambient almoHphere, and the ieor;ji;in astray in 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. — 12 July 1877

WUm STATESMAN PCBLUHXD BT CAItOW -;ILi Ac Momiiw. THURSDAY JULY 12, 1877 Th- Dajr Celebrate. Th F.-urth of July, 1877, the first I i p -p'lroce day of the second cen tuiy of AiQ'-ricitn nationality, wu cel e'u iii d in Austin and throughout the vijv in spirit of brotherly love and patriotic devotion which has char acterized no occasion of the kind since 1861. Business in the city waa almost entirely suspended; during the after noon specially the otreet. were deserted sad Austin looked like b bad gone Into bankruptcy, ana tbat every body was locked up inside taking account of stock. But not so, and tetter" than thia. After the closing of the exercises at the Cap itol and a free indulgence in good home dinners, the exodus ta the country became general. Some went to Round Rock on the International to be pros nt at the celebration there; othera went fishing up Bull creek and down the river, while the greater number of those who left the city took themselves to the tournaments and picnic...

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 July 1877

TIIE STATESMAN. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC TATO MAN THE STATESMAN, TOEXXlTAiXO t DAILY DEMOCRATIC BTATSSMAN Slbulc copy, ono year jia OO Binds copy, six month ii Oo binlc copy, cue month 1 OO ..WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Single ciiy, on year $3 AO aindacm.y, six ninuih ISO. SaVThe above rate, are specie. Tllfci DAILY pobllihed .very morning except Monday. TIIK WKMCLY priull.beA every TTiarsday momlrf. All bo.lnes.coeTeirponc'cne., eommunlmtlOT . tumid he arldroaaee! lo VAUDWELL WOHBM, Anit'B, Tx JLJUJ VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1877. ISO. 41 tUTT!SPILLS A Noted Divine says They are worth their weight in gold, READ WHAT HE SAYS: Tim. Tltt: Dear Sin For ten yean I have l.een a martyr to l) siiernie. Constipation, and 1'iles. Last jirin(r your pilh were recommended Igmr; I aieil them (Imt with lilllc faith). I am now a well man, have front appetite, dijreMion perfect, regular stools, piles gone, and I have pained forty poun.ls soli.1 tUth. They are worth their weight In eoUL R...

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 July 1877

mm STATESMAN. AUSTIN. THURSDAY JULY 19, 1977 TKRIS FOK WEEKLY Puhecnptlon for twclra noram ft ftfl (subscription for nil niouibs 1 W FATABLB 1 ADVASCS. Advertising; DiMi K..iro ;iw iw 3w Ira1 m am 8m 9m ly l lift Two Thfti!.... Four Five Klx Or. col... Iiall col. Cue col. 1 t i t t t 4 t & b 1 11 t V t 8 : 4 ft H II lo xr.i .J 14 ir. ! ) lfi 15 : M sr. '.! S.V Ml fjO h: Ml 5 31 9i 41. SO 74 IV SX. WlO The World fthould beat Peace, And If Hen would show tbelr in Is hi, Let tboso w ho make tbe qnarisls be Th only ones to Fight. The Pdn-Frcsbytcriiin council is so called not because of its rusticity, Pan having been the foremost of rural dei ies to whom the author of the Ocorgici diil espcc'-il reverence. On tho contrary, this grand council, which sat 'many d.iys at Edinburgh, Scotland, and has just adjourned to meet in 1980 in Philadelphia, was constituted of the profoubd thinkers of Presbyterian Churches iu all quarters of the globe. Men of greater learning, in one direc tion, or...

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