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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 19 July 1877

POLISHED BT CAltOWKIili A MOltni AtTBTIN THURSDAY..; JULY 13. 1877 The divorce question it being pretty well discussed by some of the Texas papers; while others, like the boy the cnlf run over, have nothing to Bay on the subject. A TKP.r large panther now rang at large on Walnut creek, north of Aus tin. The old fell w has been seen several times of late, but at jet no-one has had the courage to "spring a fight with him. There are many roads running frrm ami IcaJ ng to a metropolis. If you wish to arrive at and keep on the healthy road, contemplating a long life judiciously U-.C that valuable elixi Home Htoruach Bitters. Mr. I1kx kn f.k, who HO long did business on the Avenue, hns moved bis stove nnil tin cHtablinlimi-nt to his new two story stoue building on Trin ity street, iicarKtst IVcan, where his nM patrons mil the public g iierally will find linn ever ready t a nt on t Iii iii w ith his accustomed ) iliti'iid." HII 1 prullipttH'HH. A kaii.mi II liviiig about two mile oast of 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. — 19 July 1877

WEEKLY PUBLISHED BY A.U8TXN TnCnSDAr JULY 19. t977 Flooding; th Great Deaeit. In an article treating on some re markable results of evaporation and rainfall in oar issue of April, we de sert lit-1 one of be instances of the if -. tfrt'r of evaporation oyer rain f r-- m-'v, rr.-- Cpi ti Pet, f which t c, r,y ',,-- -nuf-h Ih-I'iw r'KH iBi' level - mi. iuXv f "I .. milium i.i alovc tho isdw, namely, mire than t'h'y feet. TI'.'Tfr fire. (,.vr;vir. two still morn remarkalile cv.-softh! vi!i' t the Df-ad S a in Itl".:nc ami the Oreat Desert of S'llnra in Afriri. Ti.e f'r iner is remarkable for the f'renf auimrit of the depression, nnd the la't'T for the iTnmcne surfarc i!pprerel, heio" in fart tho bottom of fin extensive in land lake, tot filly dried up hy the heat of a tropical climate, nided ly the at -care of feeding steams, ltnd by tl e rainless area which covers its greatest portion. It is, on an Average, eighty feat below the ce:in, about as much as the Caspian Hea : but it is remar...

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 July 1877

H - V r THE " STATESMAN. THE DAILY ' publlehed every morning except atooilsv. TIII'J WKEltLY , . pubHeh-.d every Ttanr.day morolrg. i All bueluess correspondence, colttmuBleelleas e. ekwaid be sdilreescd U - - CAUUVTELL 4c PI OH HIS. Ansttn, Texas JIISCEtttHEOtH. v- , If yoo fcl dull l P" -.i.mpv. debilitated have fitquent head La.ue, mouth tastes io from U-ruld U-.r;o Bj 'bilritiH.ee.," and l-"-Jb x3! ; .' Kiiroreyu 7l7c Tm '" !"" "'r arid per- 2 K xulator. A3Kth ry if'seed dyprptlti, I'.il ooeenffir ra. victim, nf Fever nail Aifne, lu.-furlsJ dis- iixii naiKnt.buwthejr recovered Lesltli, cheer ful i,lrlt ana Ktxxl ip-titc- III j U-U jrou lr (.lauis, oiais a bivr.it 11 1.AT..K. 15 AD BREATH. Nothing la lonniilnunl, nothing eo rommon as red breath, And in nearly tve-ry rai It c mm from Ihe.toinacb. end unWi ea.il; irrecital If jrvu will take hitniunoa's liver ilrjfu'.iior. IK not nrxlei t u sure a r- mecly lor ihia repulsive disorder. It will elfO improve your appetite, ri.iuplexloa...

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 July 1877

WEEKIjY TIIURSDAY JLXY 26, 187? n:n.n foh wkkklvi Unborn Won for IwirlTt moruna ft M MulxcrliitioB fur !x mntui.a 1 50 Ad vrrllelnr: -nale: fc.jit.-ire lw i .lw l;n m tin Ouj ''m ly one T Three pour Five MI .. 4ff. rol . . . Half vol.. I (lie CI1.. t I f if-lt 1 $ hf II f 1' t t :; 4 .'. h i Itj -J.',, m 3 : i' it l'i 4 i h it, at :sr, '5 7 10 li 1" fi 4i r .. I t, H Ii I : SI .'VI . K M k u M l'. :-. fin - i.i l in an ir. :u .v. ( 11 i 17 .i 1 1 " l1 a f" 1 1 V tOKHN.UENT. A writer in the Ftoiutfan, contem plating strsits to which citka have been brought through their govern mental organizations goes extensively into their history, tin 1 mp-cii!! that of New York, and propo-ea to apply a remedy for the evils of tv.atiun aod indebtedness by raising thr r.Mndardsof fity comcils. All ritatci, and with Texas it is peculiarly so, have a jangle of laws regarding municipal govern ment, the result more of local rincr pressure than of WmlM'tve consideration, and liTim in nirtft rf our citie...

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 July 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PTBUSHXD BT CAHDWUUi 4t MOBUI ITIN ...JULY 20. 1377 TflCTlSDA.Y. Viboikia bu passed a lw for the protection of mocking bird, end the Mine ibould bo done in Texas. Tbe city might legislate a ttle oa tbe object. Tme Galveston A'nci pnnU aa arti cle telling bow divorcee are procured in Illinois. Let the Kern deal in mat ters nearer home, and Ml how di vorces are procured io Austin. Tbe JVVws is jost about far enough away to lie perfectly safe in telling all about it, bat tbe Statesman is not The hawk-eyed editor oi tbe JTnaL Fife gets off the following, the senti ment and meaning of which claims tbe approval of tbe Statesman : Head us, from every town and coua tv in Aoeric. pottm ; tail, sweet rireamv Doems on -Sunmer." Write only on one side of the paper, please, We wnnt the other side to write cdi torials on. The case of John Vsughan, arrested last March by Lieut. II with Hum White, the stage robber, was called in tlie Federal Court Wednesday, and Thursdav at three o...

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 July 1877

LF STATESMAN prnusnED by CAIIOWET.L fc 3rOIlIlIH. AUSTIN THXTISDAY JL'LY 2. 1877 folltlral !ul. J3ol Iugcrsoil clerjy art; lnvin; war. and the Califormt, it warm aul wordy A year ho the Ohio It-.-puViicans rc fueJ Jnd;.-e Taft foi C.ovcrnc-r btewse hi! wa tivi lihrral. Now thy talk r-l him btcatis Ik; h not so liberal as lliycs. Of thirireu daily jiapcrs in Iowa, it S now said, nine favor the President's policy. A week ago there waabut one . rcjiortcd. Have ollices been distributed iu Iowa lately. An envious purs-jraphtr remarks: "It baa been oiTTe'l that the lady with tlio diamond ring will scratch her nose, iu a given period, four times as often an any other wotuaa." Accordiug to the riew-p-;pfcr gossip?, there ia u reaction ou the wine uea tioa in the White Il'n'ie. It will not be long before they have the President habitually iut . ated. The diHeience between Chamber lain and Packard is to be found in the fact tfcat the former ist for open war on Have, while the latter is cautio...

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. — 2 August 1877

Cvwnja. una tfa:i mii-iBiui THE STATESMAN, DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN fUnclaaopy. nnn year SIS 00 Blnirle copy, six month S OA Hinglocoiir, on raoutn 1 (W I WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. rllnrle rotir, one Tr f'i SO Dlni;l rriy, -lx months 1 SVaVThc abo rale ara i.cie. 40 MEDICAL. Special Notice to our Readers ! AGENTS WANTED Ts Mil I be Nw Patent Ifliprored SYS CCP9 VtaranUt4 lo It Iht lot faying bKtinfu cfrrti UiAijtnlt by any mm. An tay and pUtuaid rmpioymtitl. Tli tain of lha celebrated new Patint Im- vrovfl Km V'ipi for me restoration of aitrtit Mr. akaom and b'axea in the CTlrtrncea of over rjMM rinuino t stlmoulats of eun-s, and reoom metifltrd by mnre than one thonsaua of oar beat pbrsicMns In their uMCllrs. Tae I'atfiil Eye Ci;x are a sclmtifle and hi loMiphlcal diorovery, and aa Alx. W'tctii, M. J., and Via. Br.aTi.ar, M. !., writes, tliey ar ct-riaiaiy iue rrsieiii invention or luv age. Head the Mowing cert' flute: Vr.KlfMl BTATIH.H, LOUAH CO., nr., Jlltl 8, Da J. IUm. Co ...

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. — 2 August 1877

WEEKLY AUBTUVT. TnmSDAT AUOLT3T 2, 1877 TKHTI rOK WEEKLY t .ahecrtpilon for tweir raonthe t Tit Bubacnption furlx mourns 1 SO . VATAJtLS I ADTakXS. Advertising Rates t tfiiare lw iw 3- liu ru !m fiat 9a i ly I In Two Threr.... Kour I We.... HIX r. rol.. Half col Ooe cut . , 8 4 hi' 1(1 Sft 3d .1 a .! 4 i .', 14 i &V .'1 .'. -V 4i M VI hi IK) 4.-, , Ml : ;;5 an 1W CO.SECTIO.- WITH THE VAClF 1C COAST. Eli Perlfins, writing from California about railroad., tell it that the South ern Pcific Railroad of California, now completed 800 miles from San Fran cisco to Fort Yuma, on the Colorado river, h&i joined interests with the Central Pacitic ; that these two road are actually flanking Tom Scott's pro nosed Texas and Puc'iflc and reducing that scheme to a mere branch of theirs. lie learns that the Southern Pacific ia already DUbhinc on cant from Fort Yuma through Arizona, and that Tuc son, COO miles, will be reached, and probably Fort Blim, in West Texa, before Tom H;-ott can reach ...

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. — 2 August 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PTTBLISIIED BT CA.nnwELL a Mourns. AUSTIN THURSDAY AUOU8T 2. 1977 Additional mail service baa been ordered between this city and Freder icksburg, and now the mail aad pas sebger cjsches ma tlx time a week imtead of three timet. Tbe frontier ii gradually aettling up and coming into notice. We call attention to tbe advertise ment of the Virgini Ft male Institute, of Staunton, Virginia. The thirty third aanual session will commence September 12. Catalogues furnuhtd o- spplication to the rector, Rev. II. II. Phillip. Mr. J. C. Fka.ikr, who lives ou Walnut creek, is tbe champion cante lope raiser of Travis county. He brought specimens of theao melons to the Statesman office Saturday which surpass anything we have ever seen of their kind. TitR Franklin Female College of Ilolty Soring, Mississippi, is adver tised in the Statesman. This popular institution of learning was chartered in 1819, and its twenty eighth nncutl session will commence on Monday, the lejth day of Septe...

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. — 2 August 1877

a&3 WEEKLY STATESMAN ptuusnzu BY QAnnWELL A MOKHIH. Ir THURSDAY AU'a'oT 2. 1877 e)lxitaJlaiii"-Aii Estlauallvsi. In an article tome time afro I a'luded to tbe exposure of Mr. Hull, the cele brated " ro ate riali zing medium" of Portland, Maine, bincc then my at tention has been calld to the follow ing explanation: 'Experienced apir ituIiaU acquainted with psychological lawi, will not need look to the lawi of the apiritual phenomena to account for Mrs. Hull beiDg beguiled and made a YlCtimOI me nypocrisy iuu usjcuuiug- ical powers of wicked men. Bereft, 'as Mrs. Hull must bare been under the malign influence she was subjected to, of the presence and protection ot her ' spirit-guardians, and closely surround . ed by no less tbun six strong men whose mental strength was combined 1 1 ii uinuu lit. uvu ir ii ii 1. 1 , I n k mi 11 negatiTe organism, each one of them willing with all bis might that the vic tim should do exactly what they all had predetermined she would and should do it...

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. — 9 August 1877

yaJ lVjiffiViifi Tav'li X i'tSt'tj jawaiffjilij The statesman. WEEKLY DEMOG 10 STATESMAN, THE STATESMAN, THEIMS t 'DAIT DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN liMrle mpy, one year f 1 2 OO Hinnlexyy, su awnthr On blnglecopv, one cnotitb ' 1 OO TIIK l.rVIJL.Y published every morctrij; except it onday. TIIK WKEliLY published every Thursday morcMiff. AU basinets cormpondtiir, communication! . should We addressed to fABDWEll A" MORRIS, Austin, Texas I WIZKLY l EMPHATIC PTATMKAN. Sinffi cotiv. otic rear. tl 60 fcl'S-'' e ''lor. lx month UTl tie atrtive rate are eJK e:e. 1 60 VOL. VI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1877. NO. 44 BAT PIISCKLLAKKO VH,- It yon feel dill JriMiv ft. MllfA.li(l Vj ivYVTT7Vr3 htvt firjnrr:t hwl- 1 1 H 1 k i i VxEjfci, ci-, mouth taste r onaij, poor appeni-e Ud tongae roate.-i, : yon wa nfletto irmo torpid U u;or "allioufltrf end not lib gwtil ca ra yo 3 to eyeeiiii j and per- ' uuin hi r. ua to one MmmuM'i L'.Tir JtiiruUtor. , .. j ABK the reroverrd dyspeptic, llilonj auil'-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. — 9 August 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT AtTBTIN THURSDAY AUGUST 9, 1877 Pooa'a Railway Manual (or 1S77 gives some interesting statistics that inay just now throw light upon' the strike. From these it would appear that railroads have not been such losers as has been reported. While everj other Industry has declined, they have done very well, and the figures tre only another evidence of the cor ruption that has been charged against those who control railroads against the interests of both stockholders and innlnvees Here is root's table of - i earnings and profits: KA8TERX 8TATES. Earninsrs. Profits, Maine $3.KS4,9VJ $1,475,514 N.Hampshire 3, 805, 174 001,800 Vermont.... 8,351,117 1,6:50,006 Massachusetts 24,134,700 7,380,814 Rhode Island. 1,3.53,040 553,534 Connecticut . 0,730,044 3,371,344 Total profits 115,379,072 MIDDLE HTATE8. New York... 58,838,800 10,271,749 New Jersey. . Pennsylvania Delaware. . . . Md. & 1). of Col 22,170,325 70,fil,31t 713,830 0,802,007 33,000,552 311,441 19.27t.W3...

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. — 9 August 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN. ITI3XJ-. ...AUGUST THURSDAY. 9. 1S77 TEHm rOB WEEKLY) ftohsrnptloa for Iwdn asanas tl M HabcriiUoa furaixaauUu 1 FA T ASUS Ul ADVSJKB. Advertlafae: BaUti I i i Aqnare lw tw 31 ; i 0e 1 ' Two f, 3: 4 . 8, 11, Three I a, , ' T 1 I , Ss PW I 5 7l IS Hi IS- IS! 22 iz ; ti s; is; I f . Or col . . IB1 III 14 is- ( Half col .... 14 11 901 ! l P"! 178 IJM Col S3! Ul M Ml W .oi law xmn ouv J - Faox the praaent sale Col. Peeler will b able to pay a dividend of twenty per cent, to the creditor a of C. 11. Johns fc Co., which will make fifty 2ercent. up to the present time. A Mr. James Mc&xmkt baa started a new daily paper in Qmlreaton. It ia called the Indfndnt, and the firat number ia well filled with interesting reading. Galveston geta plenty of pspers. Charles Sbbphebd, aged 70 yeara aad four months, died on the thirty first of July. Mr. Shepherd waa a pensioned veteran, and be bad lived on Onion creek as a hermit for the paat twenty fire yeara. His death waa cauaed by...

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. — 9 August 1877

WEBKLT- 8TAT8JUAN PUBLISHED BY y ' THURSDAY AUGUST fl. 1877 ' Foreign notes. There sre twenty-six Catholic peers in Great Britain and Ireland. rrince Dismarck said recently that one of the prat obstacles to the con solidation of the German Empire is the excetsiro individuality wtiio'i marks - bit countrymen. The effect of the Eastern war on the circulation of the - London papers is rery marked. Their daily inane has jumped up twenty, thirty, and, in some caes, fifty thousand. The University of Heidelberg has lost by death one of its most distin guished professors, Ilerr Zoepfl, who for the past forty years had filled the chair of German political law. Tba Pope's physicians will probably recommend that he take a Bets of batbs at Oivita VeccLia, or else that water therefrom be conveyed to the Vatican, as it was two years ago. Gambia, when addressing a Re publican delegation at Paris a few days since, said that in spite of all rumors to the contrary set afloat by interested papers,, th...

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. — 16 August 1877

THE STATESMAN. TltE DAILY' published every morning except mil7 TIIJ3 WEElltY , published every Tbarsday morning. All lias;nes correspondence, eorotnnnlcailOtis . should be addressed to ('AUDWELL 4c KIOBRIS, Auetla, Text BliaCELLANEOl'R. ' TUTTISPILLS A Noted Divine, says Tliey are worth their weight in gold, READ WHAT HE SAYS: Tm. TirTT: Dear lr: For ten years I have tieen martyr to Byspepsie, Constipation, and 1'iles. I.aat apri" yotir pill were recommended to me ; I need them (bat with little faith). I am now a well maa. have rood appetite, direction M-rftt, regular eiooie. pile Bone, aad 1 have t-sinrtUorty pouada aolid neaU. The; are worth Itieir weitf lit in troia. - Kav. R L. i SIMPSON, lauisvitle, Ky. mvs PILLS Dr.TatthaeBaan ra faffed in the practke of aaodicihe, thirty Tear, and for a torur CTMiaia?: time waa demoostrs- . tor of anatomy in the Medical. CcKlrira-of (iewftla hence. Per sons umj fata P1JI1 Kara tlia fytantf that they arc prepare, on scientific principle, and e...

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. — 16 August 1877

V V farriisigsji I Weekly statesman. A.TTST'VTxr. . , . THCRSDAY AUGUST 1C, 1877 TERSII FOH UKKUlMm PnWrpti"" f nM.trth . ......ft M mwttUOlorUmontl... t 8 Advertising Hnteat aqaara One..:...'. Two . Three Vinir , Klvo his or en).... lUHcul .. On col... :lw tw Sw lm m :ini 6m 9ta 1y in altTi n m 11 ir. I o ; s 4 t h ii in as I i i, ' i ii i; r 4. : i R J :tf 4.V 60 ! 6 7 ID II Ii 4 M ') 6. I VA " 91 .V) fco 8 IX: H 1 5 S.V M Hf, 1141 14 1H an tr. &v :o, 'jo 1 i;v i': 8 3D 4; tw! 7ii ISO' MUi 0 VABTC DIAZ AND LEBDO. It It palpable at laat and confessed by-the Mexican press that President Diaz baa been playing a double game in order to secure recognition at the ' banda of the United States. Ilis organ at the Mexican capital openly declares that such has ifeen the policy of the TrwiJent. Ilia representative at - Washington, Stnor Mat a, sought to in '4uce Mr. Evarts 10 recognize him as the representative of Diaz's govern went and therefore Mata assented to the invasion of Mexican 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. — 16 August 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN FTBUBHID BT CAHDWELLi A. MORRIS. rnrnsDAY august 10, 1877 Wa learn from farmer that tbe cot too worm is not doing much damage ia tbis section, and tbat the proapect for a good yield ia flattering. Maiiripd On the evening "of the twelfth instant, at tbe r sidence of the lrUle'a mother, in this county, Mr. &TAMKB WaHIIINOTOW tO Mli JtXIA Cade, late of Kentucky. A Dakucbt man describes a cbnrcb feitivsl far raiting money at an opera tion wherein ooe-balf tbe church buy berriea at fifteen cent a quart and aeila them to the other half for a dollar. ." Notice ia calted to tbe advertise ment of Mr. V. O. King regarding the failure of the "Protection Life Iusur ance Company of Chicago' and of tbe appointment of a receiver. D11.0 On tbe sixth instant, at her residence, in Travis 'county, Texas, Mr, S..nir M. Rrsxi.E, in the seven-ty-iirst jear of ber age. Mr. Rankle ws bo sister of ex Governor Conway, of Arkansa. TtfKiiK will probably be double tbe nnmlrof threshing mach...

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. — 16 August 1877

mm IV MMM AN liliiklil uiiiiuwiuiui . - - rt'DUSHSD BT CAnpWEiiti a; jnoitrti. ' AtTSTIN THCnSDAY AUGUST 18. 1877 Voretsti Notes. Th averntre brcailth of the Black K'pa is 249 milof. It abound, with fisb. and receive the waters of more than forty rWen. rilir. was the first city in Europe captured .ad fortified by the Turks in j ;j.vj. t is now to be settled by de fenders of the true failh on the Thames. Prince Lonls Napoleon was one of the most courted guests at a grand ball recsntlf ciren by the Uonntess or wu- ton at her maos'ton in GroBvenor .mare, which the Trince and Princess ol Wales also attended. Abmed Muktar Thalia is idolized by Lia troop, according o a correspond- ent of the Londou t Z, because j be wears a soldier's cos the cours ed material and witiiu-i. oruaracnta- tionof any sort, never cits meat dur-. ioj, the campaign and never touches a glass of wine or any other alcoholic drink; ha even denies liuiiacir the lux- tirt of smoking, auJ lives worse than the common sol...

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. — 23 August 1877

A' 13 THE STATESMAN. XI IK DAILY pnSN.rird every morulas except X outlay. TIIK WKfcKLY I.nMlsVd every Thursday guitM. All bu.lnr.. eorTpoodrn(, otnaiuiilraMrm c. should he addreeecd to rlRBWKLL A nORBIl, Aesttn. Trxat WEEKLY DEI STATESMAN. VOL. VI. niXKLLAKEOlt. TUTT'S PILLS A Noted Divins says They are worth their weight in gold. READ WHAT HE SAYS: Dm. Tm:-Dnr Sir: For ten yeart I fcave ben a martyr to Dyipep.i, Constipation, and J"'1"- Last spnn.; sour pills were recornmerxUd to idc j Iasedtbcm(bvtwHhliulefetli. I sro now a well man. have rood -ir perft, rcrular .tools, pilea (rone, and I have pained forty pound solid Oeah. They are worth m in ffOld. SIMPSCttf, Louisville, Ky. t.icir weiel Rav. R TUTTS PiLLS CUM SICK HSUD- TUTPS PILLS CMl DTI'inii. TUTPS PILLS CVJLB OOX ITOATIOST TUTTSPiLLS onii nuu. TUTPSPILLS CMl Ttrrn axo I AOU. TUTPSPILLS OVU niUOUS oouc TU1TS PILLS CV11 FIDKir COlt- iJr. Tutt hat been en- ffafrd in the practice of medicine thirty yeara, and for a Ion time waa...

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. — 23 August 1877

iliKLV STATESMAN. . AUSTIN. ' THURSDAY .'AUGUST M. 1S77 TttRTII FOIt WEEKLY t inhscnpitmi tor twelve month t r xalwtxip'.ioe 'oral a mootha... ISD AtAL DC ADVAJiCS. 'A4vcrtllrjK Halcii rk;or ilw Iw Sw Ini m 4m Got Um i ly I )oo To . . . . , Threw..., KouT Hre.... MS V- MM... Iliilf ci.t o.l v t ' u ii a.'. 4 H 0 1.1 111 ja' V. i 5'. V in It. tit i 4:. sr-i "0 t it u 1 ', so. i fii hu ", ti Vi U if.. :! ! ''' . H IX 2i I-i ".- .V, wt IS I l" tx vt a 4. w Ti ia 1 WILL THE 'I KXtH AD VXCIFIC FOHFEITOK cn.lH! 1 Judge - A. . W. Terrell, who ba , jt studied tbe ijuc-tion a closely in the )oteret of the State as anyone, claims that the" Texas and Pacitic Rail nud Company forfeited its charter. ou the tifteentb day of July, H7. While a Senator in tha Kifieecth Legislature, In. his memorable light for the rights of the people against this powerful and presumptuous curporatiou, be succeed ed in securing the passage of a bill d;- i - lariog fn pare That all reservations of the public domain fo...

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