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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 24 January 1878

7. hi (DAHDWELt, St 3I01lItIH. THURSDAY.... JANUARY 24, 1373 Read the card of II. A Miles, under the head of "new advertisements," in this issue. " - - - . 'r- Narrow Gacgb Frok Rockd Rock. A gentleman from Round Rock says that the people of that place hare de cided to at once build a narrow gauge railroad to Georgetown and thence west toward Lampasas. The distance to Georgetown from Round Rock is but eight or ten miles, and the road can soon be built after a start is made. A Tea vis county farmer, who owns two of the best river places in the county, says that after a thorough test of all kinds of labor, lie Coda the blacks the best, nil things considered. He bas tried the Swedes, the Gerniinp, the Americans, the Mexicans aud the Africans, and he now prefers the lat ter. The whites, he say. are more exacting; and then they invariably work but one season, most of them miking enough the first year to start a farm on a small scale tor themselves. "We clip the following from the Din- bu...

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 January 1878

aa ma mail jl tJM.t-M.rn. waA.B .tTBTIM" THURSDAY. . . . JANUARJ Seat the yelks cf lalf pound of itigar; LEMQSrof boiling water, rinds of VipMuont. crated, and juice of same; -. ... . . m. .a J . large wineglass of white wine and u half glaMof brandy ; boil a few minutai, and strata into glims; .t& wbr.i very cold. Properties of FstB. Sabtlances rich in albumen and mucilage are de nominated albuminoids, and famuli .nitrogen. The hydro-carbons are con tained in plants ricb in starch, sugar and gum. The first are called flesli formers, and the latter fat formers. Young auimals require more of tbe first, nature ones more of tbe latter. The principal flesh formers arc wheat, clover, beans, oats, linseed cake, oil cake, etc The fat formers, are corn, sugar, starch or oil. Obaxgk Puddino. Wash tho salt oat of s half pound of butter, mix it with tbe same quantity of powdered sugar and a wineglass of brandy ; grab) tbe rind ol three oranges, and squeeze out the juice; beat six fresh egg...

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 January 1878

THE STATESMAN. MH.!HTVrH I DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN Rind eopr, oh elf BUml. copy, t months Oo tlagl cov on nonlS 2 OU tfEEXLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. fttntfe eopr, one year.. S SO Blngl copy, six months 1 SO WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATE THE STATESMAN, spa blished every morning except Moaday s pnblUhsd Terv Thorsdar morn lev. Paaaaslmss cot i erooeid cuca. omrii r, - , VOL. VII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. J NUAI1Y 31, 1878. tie. should be addTMe4tdrNwvMe-'''v ISO. 17 CABBWEU at MORRIS Austin, Ten t JIlKBIitANEOIJIa FOR WHOM ,ord& Taylor NEW YOBK. vrt rrvrnt iTnwno! to the FOLLOW ING DEPARTMENT! or OUR RSTAIILIBHMENTS. Till LOW PRICKS AT WHICH OL; OOODS ARC MARKED, HAT! SPECIAL REFER INCE TO THE HOLIDAY REASON. AND BARGAINS WILL BE FOUND THROUGHOUT THE HOUHK, THIS SEA ON'S IMPORTATIONS OIVINO IS AN LN EQOALED STOCK OP GOODS. BLACK SILKS, fiandfem aad durable, all width. 91.00 to IS M. Tb GREAT AMERICAN UiDKeTKUCTIBLE BILK, Liu, LS5, And ll.SU. PLAIN COLORED SILKS, w shads, commend n as 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. — 31 January 1878

f WEEKLY' STATESMAN. THURSDAY... .JANUARY 31. 1878 ftabacn prion fur twelve month ..$ 80 feabscripuou for sU months 1 SO muu la asvajics. Advertising Rates i lw(w'3w'lin! m'aa'sas om Square One Two Three Four Five Klx ti Si 4 11 1; ! 3 5 Si T 1 1 -M 5I 0 4) 6) 9'. 15i l 451 W 5i 1 lOf 111 l! 43: 70 S; 8 lj 1 i 31) BUi Mi 8: Mi 16 5 S5 60 86 HO Taif col.. r. ( 14. IB; 10 K; 17 Use col.. Vi ssi w t 76. 1301 Sol 8U0 - W tn taking Mexican dollar at par for labscriptlona to the Statesman. "Where clubs of five remit from one postoffic f 10 will foot the bill for five copies of the weekly Statesman. A Ingle subscriber must pay $2.50. NECESSITIES! AND FORTUNES OF TUB CAPITAL. The railway system of Austin is most imperfect, and if it be not made what it should be we lose, commercial im porUnce, save to the extent that the county of Travis may grow rich and prosperous. While Austin is the pres ent southern terminus of the Interna tional road, designed to constitute part of an air line from Ne...

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 January 1878

f Si"".. I, 5.. irnniri STATESMAN inn CAHDWIJ-L, A 3IOIIIIIH. THURSO AY.... JANUARY 31, 1878 Mr. C. W. White, the stove and tin dealer, at the old Brush stand, on the Avenue, U still carrying a heavy stock in the line. lie sells the popu lar Charter Oak cook stove and other superior patterns ; also, the best beat ing and parlor stoves made. Mn. Ucnter, representing Lan don's nursery, is doing a good busi ness in selling- fruit and shade trees, . shrubs, etc TLis is, without excep tion, one of the very best nurseries in the country, and the greatest pains is always taken in preparing trees and plants for shipment. Never yet have . . , . - we neara anyone compiainoi receiving trees, etc., in a bad shape, and Mr. Hunter also does bis part of the busi ness faithfully. Commissioxku Groos and Chief Clerk Fisher, of the Land Office, have both been attached as witnesses to ap pear at Galveston in the ilouby trial. This leaves the office without a bead, and in their absence the clerks will b...

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 January 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN III PUBLISHED BT CA.lt DWELL, & MORRIS. .tTBTIN" .JANUART"o TTrrmQ'ni v The Texan Pacific QumUob. W as n nsoToir, January 2C. The ar gument on the Texas and Pacific Rail road question was resumed before the House Committee on the Pacific Rail road. Mr. Harris baring finished his statement of legal points upon which the Southern Pacific of California de fiired the right to build through to 1 Paso, Got. J. C. Brown, Vice Presi dent of the Texas and Pacific road,dis - cussed freely the broad and general questions which had governed the pol icy of the government in aiding the construction of commercial highways. In this connection he argued that all the statesmen of the school of strict constructionists, with Calhoun at their head, had maintained absolute power as to the extent of this aid, and that one of the main inducements of the recognition of the Uadsdcn treaty Lad been t!ic acquisition of territory along the thirty-second parallel, through which ran a natural...

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 February 1878

DAILY DElfOCKATIO- bTATBSMAli Single eopj, om yri., OO Dingie copy, six Boom on Single copy, una d1" 1 00 WZEKIT DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Single -VT. one year ........... 92 CO Ingf copy, tx month!.... 1 (0 MM HOLIDAYS ,ord & Taylor new york; '. wc txvtts ATrrmox to the follow 150 DEPARTMENT Of OUR fWTABLJHHMKXT. TUB LOW PKIC'ED AT WHICH OCR SOUPa AKB MARKED, HAVB trtCUL RtfUtKNCX TO Till HOLIDAY 8F.ASON, AND BARGAINS WILL bZ roir.Nb THBOCOHOL'TTIIK HoLSK, THIS tKA BON 8 IMPORTATIONS GITLNO LA Ail L S4UALED STOCK Ol OOODS. BLACK SILKS, . ttBluw and doraMe, all wldttie. 1 (). The UKKAT AMKKICA& LNDKsTKCCTIBUt SILK. 84.SM, SLS5, and SUM. eWawawnwe. . . PLAIN COLORED SILKS, new shades, nmmrlnf aa low as l&c. par yard, .end at (l.iJ, earns aa quality of last if ion at 1 1 So. fancy BrocSe and DamaaM figures of tha aew Paris shades, from 1M upwards. Trtmaiinf Satiat t 1.M, worth fl SO. Tilt PBICK8 AT WHICH WI OFFER OUR ItU AAA OXt-QL ARTk.lt TO OKK-TRUU Ltd THAN LAST SEASON. rW ...

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 February 1878

1 WEEKLY STATESMAN. A.T7BTI3V. . THURSDAY. . ..FEBRUARY 7, 1878 TERMS FOB WEEKLY t RaWnpOon lor twelr aonttis ,., .. f 50 Babacriptioa for six montfca. .' 1 SO Advertlala. Bates t I Sqoara m'sm! J. na 84; Sf $iS;tr a a a a At o.a. L TWO . Three Tonr. Fira. M as 84 it it- 661 70 5 BO HA. 1 8 ! Si lOf 11 HIS 1 It 50 601 so! V col.., Half col Ooa col. 8 1 "! 14 tOI S6I fc Sft 14 S 3. Wi 4 w, wl li Uuj SuO We are tak ng Mexican dollar at par for subscriptions to the States stAX. Where club of five remit from one postoffice $10 will foot the bill for five copies of the weekly Statesmax. A single subscriber must pay $2.50. SinPa.SC HONLSTY AND JUSTICE BBrWEBS CREDITOR A X D DaBTOU. Admitting the necessity, because of our relation to foreign countries, for the reduction of our money to gold value ana to gold purchasing power. - and the restriction of paper to a vol tune redeemable in gold, and the prac tical extinction of silver as money admitting the necessity for this, the burden and los...

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 February 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN OA.it owiJ- a Monum. THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY 7.'4878 Tox Bulk Acrrrx. The anruf of the city bu jnat been completed by , the Atutio Bible Society. The number of families- viaited, 239G ; namber of familia fouad without the Holy Berip turea, 190: number of destitute fami lies supplied, 132; number of destitute Individuals supplied, la addition, 96; volumes or toe ecnptures put into cir culation, 230. Crrr Sexton's report for the month of January, 1878: Total deaths, 23; still bore, 8; mila, 9; female, 14; white, 14; colored, 9. Ages from birth to fire years, 10; from 5 to 20 years, none; from 20 to 40 yesrs, 6; from 40 to 60, 2 ; from 60 to 80. 3 : a. . ' one nuuarea years, 1 ; see unknown, 1 total 23. . C. L. Nitschkb, City Bexton. Mr. Locis Horst died last Wedncs day after a severe illness. Be came to Austin in 1893, and during his thirty nine years residence here he acquired, by constant industry and hard work, fine property. The history of Aus tin could not be written...

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 February 1878

r ) J BMasBBMsBaaBBaWBM CA.lt DWELL Jfc 3IOXlItIS. THURSDAY.... FEBRUARY 7. 1973 JrlacUaa; l the IK. K. Craatsl Com muiefy or Kstlarkts Taanplar ef . Texas. . ; . About one hundred and forty dele gates in all have been in attendance, onlj about one hundred . of whom ap peared in the procession of Wednes day, when tbe Knight assembled at St David's Church to listen to tbe ad dress of Grand Commander Starr, of Paris, Texas. Daring . Wednesday the Order held its secret session in the hall of Colorado Commandery No. 4, and again on Thursday. GUANO OFFICE were elected Thursday resulting as follows: L T.IIiller, Gonzales, 1C F. G. Com. ; II. Scherflns, Houston, D. D. G. Com.; IL B. Stoddard, . Brjar, Grand Gen. ; J. W. Ilanrjig, Austin, Grand Capt. Gen. ; 6. B. Wright, Wa co, Grand Prelate ; R. H. Neal. San Antonio, G. 8. W. ; J. E. Elgin, Waco, G. J. W. ; B, A. Botts, Ruthven, Grand Treasurer; It. Brewster, Ruthven, Grand Recorder., - THE-aUrTERTABiMENT. 'In the evening the Knights met 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. — 14 February 1878

V. a-4 . TATESMAN THK: STATK SM A N. DAILY DEMOCKATIC TATSIA Plntfe copy, on yesi. .!.Sl2 fcintHe Ann ttr n..K. A THK DAILY pablished every raorainf except Monday. -TIIK WF.F.TfLY t pabllshea every Tbarsdiy Saornlog. All business correspondence, coauDA&leiUacs bingle co;y, uoc nontli."!""".""II I :, i !. l WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Single copy, one year. . . . Bingle copy, six months. a AUSTIN, TEXAS, T H U R D A Y; F E I HI U A 1 i Y 14, IS78. its. ahoold he addressed to NO. 19 CABBWaXL dc SIORRIft, ' ' Aaslia. Texts s v.i A-'i'a. II Alia BLLAMIOr J t he most rental balaam "er maad. by euflvrere from pulmonary dleeaaea. . It la tompoMd of herbal product. which hnapoiAffeclol the throat wllanrtiiMacAM rr ova t beat rewlls all irrttatiasT mauari mumi u to In pi pectorated, Md at once) CMtki tha In- naromatioD wnien proaacM tae eotiah. A (lor la doee rellavre tha moil d let reae loc parosysm. eootiiee rionM, and eunblee the sufferer to . ale, rest at night. Kflne: a plMMni cor....

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 February 1878

1 v Y X WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY... FEBRUARY 14, 1878 TEHJH FOB VEEKLI I 8c, beenptioe for twelve month .tt M feubscrtption for six mouths 1 W FATAIU Ul ABVAXCB, Awvertlalac Hates t I i i : I i Square jlw w Sw Im' m 3nt ta ta ly One Two Three Vour , Kir MX Ur. coi... II all col., one col.. 1 8 $ 4 $ 5 $ 11 $ 15 IPO S S, . S II S 5; : 1 11 W, . 85. SO a Hi 15 85. 451 0 6 1 10- Hi 1 i 45, TO ft ' ir SO SO 50 v l g it 14 1 ; m mi vv U'. 18 15, 55. '. 13t'i 11 15 89 8; 4, 0 15. 150; t aoo We are taking Mexican dollars at par for subscriptions to the 6tatuiah; Where clubs of fire remit from one postofSce $10 will foot the bill for five copies of the weekly Btatxjmxx. A single subscriber mast pay $2.50. SILVER. jk.NI GOLD AND TUB VKTO FOtriB. It is still asserted and denied that the President will veto the silver bill. We bad supposed that it would be presented for bis signature to-morrow or Thursday. Its amendments in the Senate will be appended without de bate in the House, and there ...

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. — 14 February 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN CAHDWELti A MORBI8. THURSDAY. .TIBRUART 14. 1878 Mabried. Thursday t 0:30 a.m., at tha- Luati Asylum, by Rev. Mr. C'bsphn, Mr. Geo. W. Titer, of Bel ton, and Miss Sea L. Wallace, daugh ter of Dr. D. R. Wallace, superiatend eot of the institution. Tub little boj Leonard, who was ac cidentally abot by hia little brother on Saturday, died that night and was buried on Sunday. Tbis is another argument against carelessness with deadly weapons. Pi to Is ahonld not be left about where children could get hold of tbem. Ctto Btrl, Vtkfstif 8 J 1878. Gross receipt 13,111 bales Grots reoeipt for week.. . 403 bal Bhiptnent for week ...... 320 bales Stock oa band, approxi mate 678 baits Total shipments to date. . .17 333 bales D. V. Warrrxo, Secretary Board of Trade. Tbb following is a list of the United States prisoners now confined in Travis -county jail. They were brought before bis honor Judge Doval: Henry Rob erts, Jobs Richie, embezzlement of government property; Perry M. We...

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 February 1878

t r IfDH PCBUSQZD BT CAltDWELIi Sfc MORIII9. THCItSDAY... FEBRUARY 14. 1978 Ben 0111 Speaks for SUrcr. The silver bill bciog'under consider ation. Senator llill, from Georgia, said that the Senate Lad before it for the past two months a plain business ques tion. It was certainly no occasion for rhetoric, it was a question which em inently required exactness in fact, and a clear strength in logic, yet there was a terrible excitement in the coun try over it, and perhaps a thousand newspapers in the country to-day were engaged in impressing upon the people that one-half of the number ot members of Congress had been bought by the bullion dealers, and the other ialf by bondholders. The question of suspending eilver coinage came op in France a few days aero, and in less time than it took him to recite it, the Senate of the nation, representing people notoriously excitable, disposed of the matter unanimously, lie, Sen ator IIilL took his position with those who sincerely and earnestly desi...

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 February 1878

THE - STATESMAN TimMfli daily democratic statesman Fine's copy, one year" ....12 OO Binele copy, six BKrtilha .... .... On Kittle copy, toe nnLh.. .. . .... ... .. 1 OS Tim., statesman: Tina DAILY " aQbllahcd a very moraine; except Monday. s published every Thursday tnomlDg. -All business corref pon flence, common! eaUoci cts. should be addreeeed to CARD WELL ft MORRIS, Austin, Texts WEEI DEMOCRATIC STATES! WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. Fintrfe enpy, one year... ft 60 Biiil cojjr, rix nionths 1 60 VOL. VII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1S78. NO. 20 TtllftCKLLAXEOFR. ASK the recov ered dtwprire.Bil lone mfTVrers. vie time of Fever ana Arue, the Bier ea-tal ditesecd pattest bow thay recovered bca'th, ebeerfn.1 euiriia and good ep uetile. the will tell yoa br takinr Sivhomss Litis Hsochtor. Tb CnXAr.T, Ptrixt axd Best Fa silt Mid- KIKI U TBI WOLU! Tor DTSPBPSlA, CONSTIPATION. Jann 4le, Bilious attack. SICK BEADACUE, Colic, Ifeoreetioa of tuitt bCCB bTOMAcii, Haul JVUIII, .IW., ...

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 February 1878

r WJEEKLT STATESMAN. AUSTIN-, TIIURSDAY. . .FEBRUAUY 2L, 1873 . TF.R1H FOR WEEKLY t Hubsenption for twelv mouth ft 50 Subscription for six mouth J W niuu u advajcx. Advertising; Bafeat Bu,nare lw iw 3w ilm! m ;im 6m ! 9m i i i i i One Two .... Three... Four.... Five .... Ml 1 $ z t 3 $ 4 t 5 6 1 11 $ 15 M a; 5t 7 li i, ! i fin 4 a! 8' ir: su z-v 4f 8 7i ltW lit in; 43 45' ar. 10 80 HO 6; 8 It Ml Mi hf 8! Mi 14 ) fc S5i Coi 86 14 18 ; 15i S5 Ml 90' V. r. col... alf col. ITS SuO On col. tb. tt, So! 4 601 75! ISOi 2) We are taking Mexican dollars at par for subscriptions to the Statesman. Where clubs of five remit from one postoffice $10 will foot the bill for fire copies of the weekly Statesman. A single subscriber must pay $3.50. Liwi HlatlBST lw Newspaper. 1. Subscribers who do not give ex press notice to the contrary, are con sidered wishing to continue their sub scription. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, the pub lishers may continue to send them u...

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 February 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CltnWBIjti A-MORRIH. AUSTIN THURSDAY . . .FEBRUARY 21. 188 Tasks. John O. Johnson, tax col lector, call upon taxpayers to settle before the firm of March. The liw makes it imperative that he shall lery on property for taxes after the tint of March, and he desires to avoid such a court". Let those who owesettle up, if possible, without delay. Whilk James P. Newcomb owned and published the Slate Journal he was a'so Secretary of Slate under Davis. During this time the Journal wss edit ed by so-called clerks in the btate De Eartment, and now this little piece of ittory, to call it by no more villainous name, repeats itself. . Ao editorial po sition is now filled eo ao Austin paper by a party who draws pay ss a State policeman. Abkestkd. An officer arrived Fri day with J. Barry btronff, arrested lu Chicago on a charge of being con nected with the Tex ia laud swindles. The accused Las beea more or less in Texts for the past two years, and duiing a kbort resid...

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 February 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CAUDWELL MORBIH. AUSTIN THURSDAY... FEBRUARY 21. 1S78 Hllrer DtmMeUuUoM. IIoo. Joliii M. Bright, of Tennessee, who was & member of the congress which passed the demonetization act, so-called, of 1373, in bis rcect speech in th Uouae, after quoting from Ben -ton's "Thirty Years View " to prove that there was no poVer under the Constitution, to enact such a law, aaya: I announce, then, that the demoae tization of the silrer dollar was a breach of the Constitution; that it was destructive of the rights of the State; that if was an invasion of the rights of the people; that it was striking down one of the elements of legal tender for the solution of con tracts in the United Ststes. I, air, stand here and propose to meet the . question precisely as it is. I say, sir, that the demonetiza tion of the silver dollar was a fraud upon the people of the Uni ted States by depriving them of one of their constitutional coins; that it was a lraud on the general and...

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 February 1878

, TTTE STATESMAN. EEKLY DEMOCRATIC im STATESMAN. TIIL2 DAILY epabilile 1 ever; morale except Hoc day. 8 published every Thnteiey mornlrg. All bueSr.w Mjrrcfr.mij;ncs, coniinuclcalions tt J. should hr. s4drwl lo CA It DWELL A 7IORUIA, Austin, Text! DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN - Mnria cops, one var.. . 5mcld 4;y, six ainutli ai9 oo Ort 1 oo vol. vir. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. IS78 o. 21 w STATESMAN. " i P J the moil cranial balitm ever used bT ufff rr from pulmonary disease. It is composed of herbal products Which have a tpclH effect on the I hroat - aol lane; detaches from the air cells all ' lrrltatiua matter! causes It to be - Sectorated, and at once checks the in animation which produces the couch. A single dose relieves the most distress Inr paroxysm, soothes nerrousaeas. and eoablrs the sufferer to enjoy quiet rest at night. Being pleasant cordial, t tones the weak stomach, and la specially recommended for children. What others say about ' Tutt's Expectorant, HadAsthm...

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 February 1878

AUSTUff, . TEKJIS FOR WEEKLY t aanacription for twelv months $1 BO Subscription for six months 1 60 rIAL U ABVASCS. Adrertlalnc Hates t Square lw 9w 8w lm! One Two , Three , 'ar Five , Wl Or. col JUlfcol One col.... m 3m' Am 1 9m lS84t6$ll$ 15 ftM 4. 6 7 8: : 11! 14, l'l' 1 SO, V lri 85; Wl 4.r 50 Sti: so tso, 60 1 1 300 We are taking Mexican dollar at par for subscriptions to the Statesmas, i f i t v . - nacre ciuos 01 ere remit from one postofflce $10 will foot the bill for fire copies of the weekly State-has. single subscriber most pay 2.50. Laws Uelatlna: to newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not girt ex press notice to trie contrary, are con ' sidered wishing to continue their sub scrtptton. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinaance of their periodicals, the pub lishers may continue to send them an til all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take tnir periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are neia responsible until tbey nave settl...

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