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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 August 1877

WBEKiiV STATESMAN ri; bushed ur AXTSTITJ rnn:,si)AY.... Atoi'sr 5;;. is:; Tit j; allei.uon of "medicine men ' is directed to the advertisement of ui'X'tiDi; of the board for examination of applicants for this judicial district. Tiik ni teorolcg cal observations fur the lat twenty jears, printed in the Statesman to-day, shouli And a place in everybody's scrap book. It will prove valuable m matter of his tory and for reference. . ...... Tiik new grist mill being built by Mr. English, oa Birton creek, just be low the big spring back of the Rsbb place, i to La completed by Novem ber. The race is now being built, and in a few days Mr. Lnglish will com mence the construction -of an eleven foot dam on the aife of the old dam. Too mm will be a great convenience to people living across the river. It would be well enough for those who are annoyed by cockroaches totry the following: '"Mix finely powdered borax and fine sugar, half -aid-half. and spread around where the roaches are most trouble...

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. — 23 August 1877

WEEKLY STATESMAN! PTBLisnro BT C!AllIW13Iti & .AIOIIIII. , AtTBTIN THURSDAY.... -..AUGUST 2:j. 1877 Prof. Rllef lllwuiwi the Uraaahi ' per latlon. DRNVt,:, Anguit 5. In all tbe States to the Kant, invaded last jtar, the rgs of the locupt were laid very thickly, and the graved apprehensions M to injury txleted as spring opened. 'or Were these without warrant. Not withstanding thotn egR which were destroyed during the winter by ene xnie and those? which prematurely hatched in the fall tod during the mild weather of February, enough hatched 'Jn April to causs- consternation. Throughout the invaded country lying east of Colorado. itlrovJy visited by the commission, which includes all the ritktes (Ice ted, from Texas to Minne Mta the insects have disappeared without. In a ppniral way, doing any very serious injury. What with the increased. nnmtar of birds and their other enemies; the more determined efforts made and 'm proved methods of warfare employed against them by farmers; the h...

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. — 30 August 1877

THE STATESMAN TEH JSJX.fi i IDAILT. DKMOLKATIC bTATEr-MAN Bine'e copy, out year 1 1 2 OO HiDKlecopy, bix month M q biuKlccoiy, one Bonld... I OU WEEKLY DEXOCKATlO BTATXMAX 8inle copy, one year Uovlrpir, month tatTtic shore rate am rj.eue. 93 SO .. 1 iV mCELLAHEOFS. STtetre ir yoa fed dull drowsy, debilitated liare frequent bead- srh, mouth bailly, poor aputrUie and tongue coated, tuu ate -uttering iron loriia liver; or "41iutini-," and notaitf-will cure you u spei-dily and per manently, aato take --- RK ujntor. ASK lb rero-rered dyrpeptu:, Bil.oas uff-r-rr, rtcttnicof Kerer uil AKTie, nur' nrial di- inn I 'iHUumts I 11 tasca intiest now i ney twin erea ne-Jin. cneer- ful spli int ana rood appetite ih-y will tell yoa by taking Hmuai'i Li v KniUi-sToB. HAD BREATH. Nothing In an nnpl.-aaant, nothing o common aa had breath, and In nearly every camt it c mm from Ihestomerh and can le easil) cxrrrecied if yna will take himniiiu' Liver lto;i.UtJr. Do not ntKlt t ao anre a r-inedy for ttua ...

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. — 30 August 1877

1 mm .A-TJEJTXJNT. TIICR3DAY AUGUST 30. 1977 TEK.1II FOH WEEKLY I hlbsenuUon for twelve moniha ft M rijbscriulloa for six months 1 M rSTASLa U ADVACB. Advertising Kates, i Bqnsre ilw-iw.Jw lm, a 3n am ta ; 1r OnB f 1 $ H 5 H 11 $ IS ' Two t 4 M 11 lu 5. t Three S 5 1 vj i. s.y SJ 5 Four 4: Sj H U so 3 4. Ml five & T 10 11 IS v 4.V b 7" M ' 1 is mi SU M M! HH r. col 8 I M K 5 M M H3; l'O "Half col....'. 14 1H l 15 8S &V WJ li n Ou cui is Si tn an aw) KCTI SPEECHES. Tho Herc&l, too, asatiaies that Mr. Key is an egregious fool. It Is surely natural enough, and rery possibly the president's f peccbes were made with ft well-defined purpose to influ ence the action of the South and of Southern members of Congress. It . may have been the Freaidcnt's purpose to exhibit Judye Key in illustration of his magnanlmitr in placing a reb.el and Democrat, who voted againiit him, in Lis Cabinet. Dut nobody who does ' not pronounce Judge Key an intolera ble fool supposes that be could not ...

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. — 30 August 1877

J . - . , , , . m i , - i. ii i 1-1 .11 i ,,1,1,1.1 i fc i. , j - ; - -y - x r PUBLISHED ET CAlinWBIili MOItlllM. BTIN THURSDAY.., ...Auui'sr -hk it: Halnfallta AuHurTr tear. Dr. I). W. ('. Baker gives the fol lowing interesting table of rainfall Bt Austin, iu the month of August, for (lie latt twenty yean: Au.'ut. lo-!,e. Aagaat. inrbe . IMS ' .44 IhoS i.ao law i :i iwio 1.14 lr;0 10 W 1S70 4.'-i7 1H61 6.13 18T1 . 2.14 IHC2 4.82 172 1.8! ly;:j 1.29 is::; ;:.33 1JG4 0 89 1S71 0.94 1801...- 0 09 1975 2 73 1908 7.51 1878 0 30 1807 3.27 1977upto 27 0 00 The colony of people who left Orange county, New York, on the thirteenth, for Texan, are dally ex pected to arrive ia thi cily. Perhaps those having small farrta and tracts of land to aell or rent might find it to their interest to rail on them ao soon as they arrive. As we understand it they tome to Texas to engage in stock raining and farming, with limited means and a liberal amount of muscle and energy. Perhaps some. of those who com...

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. — 30 August 1877

WEEKLY PUBLISHED BY CAHDWELIi Se JUOltltlw. THURSDAY AUGUST SO, 1877 landeiiiro. t. lo skeptics ever could agree upon any systcn of human nature. ".Man is the work of Nature." says the skep tic But who. or what is Nature; Of her he appears as ignorant as the dt-Ut of his "God of Nature." He attempts to define nature. "Nature in its jnost extended signification, is the great whole that results from the assemblage of different matter, of it different combinations, and of their dilTerent IROllou which mc uuivcffc liicntiii. us new." But Nature, the mother of us all. Is here said to be a child of matter and motion. The n' defines licr again: "Nature, iu a less extenJc seni, or considered in each Wing, the whole that remit from its essence; i. of the properties, combinations, motions, or different modification by which it is distinguished from other being." This makes the nature of each being the result of its own e seme! Hut we shall hear his delini- tion of one beiii;;, viz-Man: "Alan ...

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 January 1878

1 1 xrrr or 11 V lis b ed. and :"ettZS jtDwl punish. VCDt Kill Zf 0 "nr-of ri!- "J Presidents jwsuraBce coin nan Keen. . One Af n. '.' xlestof the Drear.!.-.. Ny (Presbyterian); ",c" assertions, Siiid 'nctiva of eUrual pun e basis of eferi,i f ul ioes not sia etc? e, and he believed i V niininharl . t 1 1 V, 1 ouerv Dr. . f.lna r It believed there are Tg repeni- fc4j there are in he could not ; , Ions or cferr jTa answer to ivr re. rtra.atk.ed of Christ ble the win lclccl a I'm iZ souls in flip W( - As til" . uthbdist point. I field, sai pd Preuclifr half versalists' cot ;o with bnc baud nor i Calvini fcfo a phc tuition Tit rrr flaw ... 4.... pfliment.ta; ne tAanocptuh.;- rial'Ifiro for lU 1 iiZZ "i f' He J ing.. - ., I VI 10 ;ucu .1 lint. rin U md'iere armanv iiaisarK; au u niverssn) wTtrBinning men wi4 uiHKe aq.wnir an offended uoa.-.ito. iicjes t4 the time, is ceiiing-wnenube creois of Christen do . mu3t , It W visei n- !... rwiv. . a 11 med l)aitisi preacher. 1 . " el especially...

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 January 1878

at- OOn and o. Charles Fo& JaaiesA. Gartfeld, Q. C. Lamar, John B. Gon Ellis. Randal Gibson, E. A. Burke an Tinnry Ttrnwn hurl iktt&pA flint o v it n a - thu count should not be broken up in the House' and that Ilayes should be 'counted in, that Louisiana and South Carolina should be instantly liberated. Hayes, we are told by Chandler, was made president by the heroism and de votion of Packard and . Chamberlain, and these two worthies were instantly sacrificed by him. Though the dull moral perceptions of Mr. ChandUr could not have contemplated the facts in their p-oper aspects, yet nothing is truer than that Flajes should have de stroyed two governors ' base enough to make a president by unlawful and cor- jupt practices as asserted by Chandler, and if all that Chandler divulges in this behalf were literal truth, the Pres ident should be lauded for his conduct towards two dishonest men pretending 'tobe chief magistrates of .Southern States. It is v none the less true that 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. — 3 January 1878

s J V r WEEKLY tear of the stalls are covered sicks, ,-bero toe manure u thrown, leaving be barn clean and healthy for the ani- faals. The first basement ia for cattle. baa a level entrance at the we t end. :And ia well provided with racks and AXTBTIN - facilities for feeding. The lower THURSDAY. JANUARY 3, .1878 basement has an entrance on the east end, is supplied with a good well and - . PUBLISHED BT OaUOWELI. MORKIB Tb Texas Short Ilorn Association may be used for raising hogs or almost will hold their first annual meeting t Aastiat cty on the eighth day of Jav ary, 1878. V M. Uaro, rresiaen C. W. Oaso, Secretary, at. any purpose." remaps some ol our Travia county farmers may get an idea from the above. Fib at McDadc A deatructr fire occurred at McDadeon WednesdJ sight, one of the principal blocks' the place, located on the tooth aid the railroad, being entirety aestroy--"We could not learn the amount of loaa. but it was considerable: nof we know the loaers. f To Stock Mkx. 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. — 3 January 1878

h - 1 ! I L h I. l ) i i WEEKLY STATESMAN FCBTJ8HED BT ATTjaiMXaX LICTISDAY JANUARY 3. 137S The Itleaaeal oaaeau Madamo Thiers has ft fortune of $3,200,000. - Madame Jananschek has $100,000 worth of diamonds. Two girle have poisoned tbemsclyes by wearing copper car-nngs. , There are fourteen countesses among the professional musical people of Ger many. , ' - j. . : 1 There are ten women in the regular college classes of Colby University, in Maine. ' Even the half-breed Spanish Indian women of New Mexico wear trains, of six cent calico. Princess Anna Murat, wife of the Due de Moucby, is the only American girl who ever got to be princess. The Home Journal has an editorial on 'Pretty Fools," and only speaks of half of them. It leaves the men out entirely. They say Dr. Mary Walker !s getting extravagant. Shame on Mary? She'll be trimming her pantaloons with old lace, next. - ' The champion time-vraitcr baa made her appearance again. This time her name is Rebecca, Moore ; and the quilt c...

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 January 1878

ssaassaawV eurt - 'BBsssassaaaBaga, . TIIE STATESMAN, j Till; ,YJLLY Is mblithed every mornlnr eicrpt Mocrfv?. j ,T1IE WEEKLY; Is pahlished every Tharsdsy nvmir. J All baslnees correi-Dtir" err. ermaioi'.caMoria v ttx should be addrvw ! MBDWr.li, - t .... L THE STATESMAN. TXOUVISi DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Bin!t copy, one year..... $12 OO (tingle copy, tlx month t Of) Blngle copy, one moata 1 OO DEM1 MAN WEEKLY OeXOCRATIC STATESMAN. Blnjfle copy, one year.. (3 SO ttlngle copy, lx month 1 60 VOL- VII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. J NUAKY 10, 1878. NO. U W1EKO OCEATIC STATES Si niSCELLAKEOr. TUTPSPiLLS . A Noted Divine says They are worth their weight tn gold. READ WHAT HE SAYS : Da. T IJTX DMT Sir? Wo- ra ,m T i. been a martyr to JJyspepsia. ConaupoUoo. and 1 ilc. Last Hiring your pills were recommended to t " mem vmn witn lUUe faith). I a i well man, have (food appetite, dijresti now a am Perfect, rerular etoola. nitea trained fort pounds solid flesh. They are worth . xcim in Euiu, Rev...

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 January 1878

J 5- ) TO i Ilal r i I i ) s i I ' V- i r JlXJ AUSTZU. TIItJRSD AY.... JANUARY 10. 1873 TEH.n.1 FOR WEEKLY t Fahamptlun for tweie nonilu .......IS BO tJjbucriyiUjn far ix month.. 1 90 PATABLB IB ADTA-HCK. Advertising; Bate ' I i I m 3ra, Cm 9m i ly Square lm One Two Three.... Four Five tlx Or. col... S l $ 2 i a S s s t n t is ti T V n 11, Itl' o. i 7 14 IK: :V i?. fl : i aii 4.i w 45! 6ft; 70 7! lOi t; 8 u 6 12. 14: 14 l-j so ts; 82; Si 1); ji ' lt. 5i tl, 35' 44! W: 35; 6ii 1110 11 171 220 300 Half col.. Cne col.. Mi 130. L DIB. 8CHLEICUEK DISCI 81 Kg ITieXICAN AFFAIRS. Mr. Schleicher, who bu given much attention to facts affecting our rela tions to Mexico, says we should V strengthen the existing government of I that country and discourage revolu- tions. The interest of the United States in Mexican peace and order is , hardly second to that of Mexicans themselves. While Mr. Schleicher has no faith in the sincerity of the Mexi can government, and we assent to the propriety of 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. — 10 January 1878

j WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CAH DWKLLi & 9IOIIRIH. TnCKSDAT..; -JANUARY 10. 1878 CoMxusioa Merchant. Messrs. Dinkin & Gay hare an advertisement in thu morning' Statesuam aiinounc Joe that toer will conduct the receiv ing, forwarding and commission bat: Bess in Round Rock. They are thor ugh business men and we take pleas- ' ore in speaking or mem at saclu : Old Citizen Returned. Mr. Geary . itecior, brotaeror the Judge, an old citizen, has returned to Austin with his family after an absence in Califor nia since 18-19. ilr. Rector is a San ,iaciui.o veieraD, ana was wouniea in that battle. There are many old citi sens and acquaintances of Mr. Rector to welcome him back to Austin after an absence of twenty-eight yeais. Tim JIcCartt Dead. Capt. Rob erta received a dispatch last Thursday announcing me aeatn oi xim AicUirty, who was wounded while in the die- ' charge of his duty at Fort McKavett on tne Urst instant. Mr. McCan;j was long a clerk in Capt. Roberts's store here, 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. — 10 January 1878

) ) r r V k. I i WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBLISHED BT CAHDWELIi S MOnillS XT8TIM ...JANUARY THURSDAY 10. 1978 Hob. 8. S. Cox oh Corn. One of the moit interesting speeches made during the late extra session of Congress was made by Hod. 8. 8. Cox of New York. The speech was in op position to the appropriation of $130, O00 to defray the expense of American commissioners and incidentals to at tend the next Paris exposition. lie said : f ' The amendment under consideration only proposes to prepare and cook the I maize in the presence ol tbe assemoiea French. This requires an explanation. "VVby not show how it is grown, bow the owls are planted and boed, tne shooting of the tender but not danger ous germ; then the war to protect with ashes from the grub worm and fright en off birds with the scarecrow, one of the most interesting images of Western production, requiring a separate exhi- Riuon wiia varieties an aiong irom ; Virginiajround to Kansas? Laughter. J If our bt&tes are required to sen...

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 January 1878

"MMliamllii. THE STAii .vN. 'run ivr i DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN rtlnsla eopjr, ona year a is 00 tiul copy, six month t tiinxlscopy.oasmotiui....; 1 mq THE STATESMAN. TIIK IVIXY If pnbllihad rwj n lag except VoviiJ. T1IJE3 J pnbnsbad rery Thar morning. jjj bainecorre-po8eac, communication 'eti.a2tor.ld t addressed to cab dwell., tc mourns. WEEMf DEMOCRAT WEEEXT DEMOCRATIC Single eopy, na yoar ...... Slni eopjr, six nonus.. 8TATKSIAK. o 1 60 VOL. VII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. J NUAIIY 17, IS78. NO. 15 STATESMAN, lb TUTTOFiLLS A Noted Divine says JLlieyare worth tJicir : tceifflit in gold. READ WHAT HE SAYS: Tutt: Drr Sir; For ten year I v een martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation, and riles. Last spring; yaat pill wer rocomm-inded to me; I aaed Ultra (bat with little faith). I am wU "n, haa good apprtite, difrtin perfect, regular iloolt, piles gone, and I liave a-ained forty pound solid lldh. They are a-orUi their weight in jrolJ. sv. n. !. MMfaOX, Louisville. Ky. TUTPS FILLS "Ur.TuU ha...

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 January 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY JANUARY 17. 1878 TEH7I8 FOR WEKHLV t miiWMTIpuon for twelvw month ., .$1 50 BaoecRiiUoa ror six month TATAMLM IAT ASTAJTCB. 1 HI Advertising . Bates t I f M f I f lww 3wjlm, mHa 6m jOn I ly Square One Two Three.... Four...... Five Ptx Ur.col... tfalfcoi.. Oh col.. rl HI IB, 34 v.! 85 45; eo to' ISO. us f Hi 9 15' i 7i 10i 11! K 8' lj 13 70 80 12, 14 16 5i tt! 84 1S! 14' 18 so: i. si w 15 ftl; 13; 40i 6O1 75 i ITS SCO TTz an takiog Mexican dollars at par : for labacriptiona to the Statesman. Wbere clubs of. fire remit from one f postoffiee f 10 will foot the bill for fife copies of the weekly Statesman. A single subscriber mnst pay $2.50. HO 9IOKB KASTEHN PRESI. DENTS FOIl FIFTY Han ton Marble, late editor and pro prietor of the New York World, pub- lubes a letter in which he seems to consider it a foregone conclusion that Tilden will be the next nominee of the Democracy for the presidency, The Herald, commenting on Marble's cool assumption, says that the o...

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 January 1878

WEEKLY- STATESMAN PCBUSHSDBT AtTSTIIVr . THURSDAY. . . . JANUARY IT, 18:8 Mb. J. M. JosEa advertises a reward of (50 (or a stolen horse. Bee tie no tice. - - - V Thk Statesxab dow receives the fullest press dispatches, and it U the only paper in Austin giving telegraph ic new. Bibles, Bibles. See in another part of this paper an offer of high-priced Bibles at low rates. The offer is getuine, and all orders and letters will hare Iirompt attention. We suggest a Bible s a handsome present. . ITabkt Cook, who formerly worked lailarchison's livery stable and joined - the rangers a year ago, was recently ar rested and brought to this city, cbsxged with appropriating State arms. - The rangers yatterday started with Cook to El Paso. ? Attkstiux is called to the oav ad- fClklOCUlCUb V All. UCUI A. WIUBU, the store and tin dealer. He is selling some of the finest cook stoves to be fonnd in Austin ; also tinware, house furnishing goods, bath tabs, silks, etc. Mr. Brush makes a specialty of thi...

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 January 1878

V WEEKLY 8TATESIUN FCTBLISH2D BY OAKDWEHi JSC 3IOHHIH. : TSUR3I5l.Tn.:jANUAKr 17. 1379 r Home and Farn. . JnnsLEa. One pound of batter, one pound of sngar; beat to a cream on pound of flour, four eppi, rose water, two teaapoonfals of baking powder. Boll out rery thin and bake. ' Tint DrrFEHExcE. Tbe following L pointed out at the only difference bo tween a Z and a 300 bona. The first can fall through a bridge and not re ceive tbe least injury; the second will break hie neck by falling over a Iowa cobble-stone. Typhoid Fsyek. Typhoid fever Is now regarded by oar best pbysiciaiiB . m filth fever, sol in many cases tbe immediate cause is to be found in tbe . access of filth to the well or spring from which the water is obtained for domestic purposes. Abeab. The United States utilize In agriculture 10 per cent, of their area; Great Britain, 53 per cent.; France and Bek'iam, 83; Austro-Hun- f?arr, 88, and Holland, 70. This shows conclusively whence tho agri cultural growth must spring. L...

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 January 1878

t THE STATESMAN. THE DAILY lap Wished very morning except 14 on da r. la pabllshed erery Ttarsdsy morning. All business) correspond enca, commociciitlon at 3. should bs addressed to CARD WELL 4c nORRII, Austin, Texas ASK the reeov ercd dpeptlea,Eil tone stifff-rem, rle tlms of Fenr ana Ague, the ma cn rial dUeased pa-.it bow they recovered bralth, eheirfal plriia and good ap petite, tbey 111 I'll you by aklog finoiia L)tit Kxwci-AToa. TBI CHC.IFUT, PCKIKT AMD BEST FaMLt XSD- icia ui Ta Wold! For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATIONS Jsnn dlpe, Bllloni attack. SICK HEADACHE, Colic, Depressloo cf Spirit, BULK bTOMAJ.ll, lirart Barn, etc, etc. TUla unrivalled Southern Brmedy la wirrsnr ed not to contain a single particle of MssccaT, or any Injurious mineral u nuance, bat In PUHELY vegetable, containing those Southern Boots and Herbs, wr.icu an all-arise Provident baa placed to coon tries where Liver Diaeaaea Boat preva l. It Will eura all Dlaaaaea caused by De rangement of tbe l.irtr aid Uotvela. T...

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 January 1878

t vi i l UltSD AY. ... JANUARY 24, 1878 . TEHJIS FOB WEEKLT -J'iscnrHion for tweiva month............ J SO ".'iiaon for six monthg...,.-.-rv.-. 1 &u AdTertlsinc Rateat Sqaare I I I I ;l;wJwlm I t One.. Two. Three J'oor. ....... jf'ive r. eol Half col.... Om col.... $ l a 1 4 $ ii $ is fpo 3 4 3. 4 6 I 8 i 8, 11, !5i ; ia lo 9. 151 ) Si 45j 60) 60 0 70 80 Si It 10 11 11 IS 6i 8' m; i3i j B J 14! lftl 15 3ft 14) 141 SOt 15 S3 66 1 00 1 15iil 175 6 m 8t 4 o 76) 150) t20 8U0 Wb are takiDg Mexican dollar at par lor BUMcnpUoni to the Btatzsmax. TTT 1 1 1 . .. ... Muore ciuoa oi nro remit Irom one poitoffice $10 will foot the bill for five copies of the weekly Statesman. A single subscriber mast pay $2.50. i I THE LONDON TIJlMANU A .TIE It- f . ICAN FINANCE. ; The StatebMAS bu declared again and again that legislation against sil ler, and not orer-abnndance, had caused the difference between it, as coined, and gold. The highest author fif . . ... ny in money miliars, ana toe paper havi...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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