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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 28 February 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN PCBUSHEO BT CAHDWKLli fc 3IORRIS. AIT8TIN THURSDAY. . .FEBRUARY 23. 1878 Waymond Wills, one of the oldest citizens of tbs county, is no more. Ilia death, after a liogeiiog ill Dees, occurred oa Sunday evening. One by one the old p'oneer citizens of the count are teadily passiog away. Mr. Walsh, the lime manufacturer, bad a horse to!cn the aame night Mr. Bshnke's two were taken. Two young men who disappeared at the time are inspected. Let them be arretted if thry ever put iu an appearance in Austin again. 8pbi-g Raciito. W. C. t J. II. Philip will have Judge I Uncock, by Bulletin, LUla G., full stater to Judge Hancock, Pattie Hobbs, by Rebel, Cuarto Blanco, by Rebel, and Cole Iiaine, by Rebel, at the spring race, at Nf Orleans, Sr. L ui,aod through the Western and Southern circu't. Col. Gay will alio have a largo airing of good ones at the sume places, and we maylook forward to new Tictoriea by Texas horses. The county commissioners appointed a committee to tueii dam...

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 February 1878

PCBUSHED BT -CAltDWELL. Sc MOIIIIIH. THURSDAY... FEBRUARY 28. 1378 The "Acrlc alt oral and Mechanical CoHece." 1. The State nfedg a aystem of free common schools to fit its citizens, un able to educate themselves, either by their own means or the means of their parents, to become voters and juror?. The citizen is entitled to nothing else from tb State except its cm I protec tion. 2. The State needs a university, as the apx of all its schools. For this, the Constitution makes ample provi sion. All parties aze Interested in this matter. 8. Each county needs a good classi cal and scientific academy. The sale of county laads will secure such acad emies, as to buildings, and seme en dowment, so as to cheapen tuition. 4. Denominational colleges, whether needed or not by the public, srill be required by the necessity of church or ganization and extension, as well as for private education. They will ex 1st so long as the Christian religion exists. 'The Agricultural and Mechanical College" 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. — 7 March 1878

aaswaBasnsBMBgawsBssswewasMs rHE STA TESMAN. DAILY DKMOCKAT1C STATESMAN Slngl copy, on yeat...'...... alS OO Single copy, six mouth...., j oo Sine in copy, one moctA..... .... ...... 1 4o THE STATESMAN EEKLY DEM MAN THE DAILY -f published ererr morning except If on day. published every Thursday mornlne All bntaeacorre;ndcnc, communication ttj. should be addressed to CARDWKLL fliOHRIS, VOL. VII. AUSTIN, TEXVS, THURSDAY. MARCH 7, 1878. WEEKLT finmnitTTn tviniuiv' Austin, Tex iyJ i & -Mutfe copy. 1x moo I ha JjJ OCKATIC STATES PIISCELLANEOI'9. ( Is th moat rental btluantrated by nnrren iraiD Jtiiiiiuimrr ansenaeWi It la cowfHjitd of herbal products, which hut a epeclue effect on the throat and lunrs; detaches from the air cell all imwuf nuuwi cans it to be ex Tfeetorated, and at once check the in iimmuloa which. ori,l upm I n sn m , A slD-l duae relieve the most distrea lusr paroxysm, soothe nerronaneas, and enable the safferer to enjoy quiet rest at night. Being a pleasant cordial...

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 March 1878

MM STATESMAN. THURSDAY MARCH 7, 1878 TEHJIS FOB WEEKLY I abtcnpuon for twelve month iS 60 fcabscripUon for U months 1 M MIIUJ LM AOTAJTC. AdrertMlnc Bates t Square lw Jw .8w Imi I i I i One Two.... Three. ... Four.... Five.... MX tr. col.. Half col. One col. i ft- 4, A t, 11: 16; 5 34 S. 6, 6 1: 12 1H V So So 4i 8 9; 15' V 45 hO 5 7! 10! 111 !.: SS 46; ST, 10 ft: 8 11 13 -SO- SOI 8 IS, 14 lj 5, 85i 14; 1HI to! tft 85. m t9 ttl 88; 4s SUj 15, 501 0i as no 175 800 90' ISO. 151 Sir . Wl are taking Mexican dollar at par for subscriptions -to the StatesxaxT Where clubs of fire remit from one postoffics $10 wiil foot the bill for five copies -of the weekly Statesman. A single iubacriber mut pay $2.50. Laws itelatlna? to Kewspapej-a. 1. Subscribers who do not gire ex creta notice to the contrary, are con sidersd wishing to continue their sub scription. , , , 2. If sabscribert order the discon tinaance of their periodicals, the pub lishers may continue to send them un til all arrearages are...

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 March 1878

WEEKLY SIM : PCBL1SHED BT "" TnUR?DAY v- - ARCH .7. Married. March 4, aUhe residence of Mr. J. A: Knn. Mr. John K. Mc Donald and Mis3 Jxmz L. Guoat. . ' -' . -, - Cotton report lot the week, ending "Febroarv 23. 1878: Net receipts for week, 207 bale; gross receipts for the season, 13,530 ba'ea; shipments for the week,, 310 bales;, stock on baud., 3 10 bales.; ,-- ' ' V; -l u .' i - ' taerv-tloaefor February, 1878. ' Highest range of tberrnonscter. . .78 Lowest " " " :'. .27 1 Average temp're for month Z - 72' Rain for month 1 82 inch. 'P. W.C. RvkcrT (!Pf rver.' i - Married. At the rosidnc of tie bride's parent, iu. Austin, February '28. by lie?. E B. Wright, Andrew ? J.-HotsTON, of Tjler, sm of th late lovertor 8i-n H..uon, to Mrs Car rir A it nvtfjct rot ,MiT.1if TtOnkis V Fan, ell.. 4 rs nit again down lo ten cents t iloco,.oiit aot oolur ia-atitl at thirty renta a pound. The farrhcH should put tlieir lien to laying butler insteud ft epes and they should work " their efwatoiheir ...

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 March 1878

f f -UHU8HS1 8T AUSTIN R"lAi '.MARCH 7 I .8 Qaeer-an1 fnnnr. Slow matches Long engagements. ' Whm did the pastry cook marrjt His aweet-tart, of coarse. There are four hundred varietiea of hamming birds. This will be of do interest to Indies who "want to make their hsU to bam. It will nrrer do to let women Tote. Thej would die before election day trying to flad out the color of the other party' new ballots. Women are prorerbially serere in their criticism of each other's attire. It make all the difference in the world whose dress is gored. ,. Jane Grey Swissbelm is still firing away at pantaloons. Jane appears to be a little deranged on this subject pantaloocatic, so to speak. No living wife knows her own ralue. It is only mhsa a railroad company comes to be sued that a husband be gins to letrn what a treasure he has lost. The Providence Prent isti twentr fire per cent, of all the women who get married in Rhode Island are under twenty years of sge. Tes, when you i4i mem ten it. . A b...

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 March 1878

mirn DEMOCRATIC STATES! nraSTATESMAN. jnbUffccl every morning- except Vondaj. THE WI1IKICL.Y f pnbl'.fhed every Thnrsiaj Biortilrj. Ail bBinsscorrespoBdenc, communications ta. should be addressed to C1HDWELL MORRIS, . - Aaslia, Texas IiJDj Slnit'o co;i-, one year ; I2 00 t;n'!e copy, six nsctithf 8 Op SlLgic cojiy, i.uo niout.l 1 00 WEEKLY Pr.MDCUATIC STATESMAN. Einple copy, one yenr SI 50 tiDzle copy. "Ix month 1 50 VOL. VII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH lllS7S N0. 23 THE STATESMAN. DAILY DKMOCUATiej "STATESMAN w HAN I th moat genial balsam Mr used by .offerers from pulmonary dlsea.e.. " It l com imV1 of herbal prwfurtd, whlrh haveap-lrlr eflct onthethroat tad luna;;d0taeheafromthealrell.alt Irritating matter; cum It to be f I pectorated, and at once check the I n natnmatlon which produces the coua-h. A lDfrl duu relieve t he mottdlitrn Inc parosysm, soothe nrrfouinm, and enable the sufferer to enjoy quiet rest at night. Being- a pleasant cordial. It tones the weak stomach, and l...

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 March 1878

A.TJSTIKX. THURSDAY. .....MARCH 14. 1878 TER.TIS FOB WEEKLY t BatMcnpcim lor tweiT. months . . f t 60 8abcriptioa foe six month j 60 FATABLB U aJTAJrCS. AdTertlalac lUMti lw tw 3w lm! m 3m 6m i i i i i Sqnara 9m One Two Three.... Foot...., yi MX or. col... Half col. col. tlttS$4 6$6li l!ktntO 8 16 51 84 6 7 li 8 IV 25 70 80 1 17 aoo ) 45 V 11 1 151 46; 60' m l 5 IS 13 (01 SOI 14! 16 5 S5 10! &! tol Hi Ml o ! M 881 4 60i "i U0i jau is WX arc taking Mexican dollars at pax for tabacriptiora to the Statesman. "Where clubs of fire remit from one pontoffice $10 will foot the bill for fife copies of the weekly Statesman. A single sabacriber mast pay $2.50. tmwa Kelatlaer t Xrwiiiptri, 1. Sabscribers who do not give ex press notice to the contrary, are con sidered witting to continue their sub ' scrip tlon. t. If subscribers order the discon . tinnance or their periodicals, the pub lishers may continue to send them un til all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to 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. — 14 March 1878

.- WEEKLY -STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT -CA.lt DWKLU MOBIU9. THURSDAY. MARCH 14 1978 Thb first four weeks of the district court will bo derotel exclusively to civil business, and at the beginning of the fifth week the criminal docket will be taken np.' Tire following is the list of marriage licences for the past week: John Mc Donald and Jennie L. Groat; Edward B. Wri?ht and Evelyn II.. Bell; A. C. Johnson and Ann Matilda Carlson; J. O. Williams and - Miss Alice Jones; Francis Napier Dolling and Srella Bob ison Grace; A. W. Swann nod Martha Gray; Charles Ercckeuiidge and Julia Batlcr. . - The 'furniture bouse of Mr. M. Kreisle, in Miller's building, is every day beconrng more attractive, and it will continue to do so as his newly rurchased stocli continues to arrive. Ie has already received one Invoice of stylish new carpets, matting, etc., and he can ptcare all wanting' anything is this line. As fnr furniture, be has a large slock of the latent styles. - FAitt CiKCcrf. Col. N. L. Norton, ...

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 March 1878

w " ' Ja IFEfiKLF STATESMAN PUBLISHED UT CAltDWELL Jfc 3tOnitIS. THURSDAY. . ..... MARCH 13. 187S Till Sabbath and hlroux Drink. WaBawa " ' For the sake of the working' men ,and their familiev for the sake of the jjood same an.1 prosperity of our beau tiful City, and above. all and beyond all, for the sake of morality and re ligion, the drink trade should be abso lutely prohibited on the Sibbath in this city. ' The effects of the drink . traffic ' on Sand ay tend to draw men away from home and from the churches to places of public resort, to saloons and beer garden, where, observed only by those similarly employed, they can spead the sacred hours in drinking, and often in reckless revelry and de bauch, ie which the moral percep tions are terribly blunted, and in which all social distinctions are forgotten. The traffic on Sunday should be inhibited, because if men spend the Sibbath soterly they will be more likely to spend Monday and the other work days so also. If the work ing man 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. — 21 March 1878

THE STATESMAN. THE DAILY rpubliebed every morning except Monday. THE WKEItLY fmbllahed ever Thursday morning. All business eorrespocdcnos, communications eta. ahould be addressed to - ClIiDWELL V JIOBRIS, - , Austin, TexM irilSCElLAffEOl'S. I tbe moat cental balaata ever asd by sufferers from inlniaarrdlaSM : avhleh haveaaDecd n-efrM-t on ChatthrooC and lnnaa; detaches from the aircellaall Irrltatiua matter; causes It to b ex Sectorated, and at owe eherka the In ammatlon wliirh prodocnf Ihacourb. A aiacie relieves the moat dlatreaa- ina iiiroirtm, soothe nereouanoaa, and enable the sufferer to enjoy qaiet rest at nle-ht. Kelnar a nleaaanicordlal. It tone the weak stomach, and la specially reeommenaea for chliuren. What ot7ier8 say about XutVs Expectorant,. - . HadAslhmaThirtyYears Baltimore, Ftbrmery, 187s. "T bare had Asthma thirty yean, and never found a medicine that had nx-h hanev effect." W. F. HO0AN, &rls $t A Child's Idea of Merita N aw Okuanb, November u, "Tntt's Expecto...

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 March 1878

1 1 IMKLf STATESMAN. A.TJBTIU. WQMcnpUon for twel months tt BO BubscrlpUon for six months I so muuiaASTuioi. Advertising nates s Square i i I i : ! j lw w Sw lm n3m 6m , 9m I On Two.... Three... Pour.... Five.,., till..... Sr-eol... Half col. , One col. 4 6 8. 11 16 SS 3 60 W 70 80 II m 3U1 Bi 6 V if Mj Sl 6) 8, 9! 15 t S 7 101 llj 1; 5 43' V U. 13: Ul)I 50j i! lit ?iv rut. 45 Bo 66 e' ; i ! as: to 14 181 90! 13 S5- 96 so; is tat ! as, to; is! iso; o - Wl are taking Mexican dollars at par for labtcriptiona to the Statesmajs. Where clubs of fire remit from one postofflce 10 will foot the bill for five copies of the weekly Statesman. A ingle subscriber must pay $2.50. Law Relating t Newspapers.- 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 un til all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or ref...

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 March 1878

IVEEKLY STATES3L1N -'--.' PUBLISHED BT CAKDWELIi A MOBBI9. THURSDAY ..MARCH 21. 1S78 THE KltMKBT llOUaat IKOUBI.B Iff TUB citv cocncifc. It Wind up la b Death of AUr man "IarltleT. Wb I" Killed ! the fcldawalfc ft aidermarfaHe Pof iom days there has appeared in the aivertising columns of the States man u, lengthy ordinance regulating markets. One of its principal features is the restricting of free market privi leges to certain limits named. Some two year ago tbere was a dire commotion among the butchers on this very ques tion, and the city lest the rental of .its market house for many months in con sequence.' .When thlV ordinance1 to Which we refer was ptsned three alder men opposed it. Soon after they were beard from in the city council with an other ordinance, proposing to build a market house in the -ui&tb ward, ask ing for $10,000 with- which to do this. ' On Monday, the eleventh instant, at half-past 5 o'clock the city council met and was called to order. ' AMermen Nalle, ...

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 March 1878

' ' ' ' . " : ' ' " " N - -N.- '. mw STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT v .XT8TIW MARCH 21. 1S78 THURSDAY TaylorsTilla Items. Our town continue! to improve, and mechanics get little or no relaxation. It it estimated that over 50,000 bead of fine sheep were imported into this ectioa in the last few'montbs. The Northern Presbyterian Church Is in coarse of erection. Its architect ural design is quite pretty. "We late a brass band, too, that promises to' gain many musical tri umphs as four of the members are old, reliable tooters. .We bare an amateur minstrel troupe, and Tuesday night they gare their firrt entertainment, for the benefit of the brass band, and it proved a very fair access. - The young folks of this crmmumty are acq airing the poetry of motion un der the tutelage of that gentleman of renowned elegance, Prof. W. B. Clark, of Austin. - ' The literary element have completed their organization under the name and style of the Taylorsville Lyceum, with rr. a. roweil, president; P. A. Lacy,...

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 March 1878

THE STATESMAN. WEEIOji DEMOCRATIC T A TIP THE STATESMAN. DAILY DEMOCRATIC bTATSSMAN SMAN. I'll 12 DAILY published every morning except Monday. THE TVE1S1SX.Y published every Ttrorssay momiBfc. AH boeinreorrcapondenc, commanlcaUoM Cte. should be sidrej-l to CiBDWELIi Sc. BTORHIS, Austin, Texal SIISCEltANEOfS. 'Inrlt tout, on nar. . . sl na Sinslo copy, six mouth ms SiC! copy, ouo uouui... j no VOL. VII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 2S, 1S78. WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN. VO Si& Pr. ne rear f l Srt Avs 1 8in'is copy, six nsucu.ru lit intern f UfJ i H 3 i ifinnri la the moil rental balsam Tr used by ofterers from pulmonary diseases. " It I composed of herbal products. aod lunrs; detaches from the air ee Us all irritating- matter I causes It to te ex- Sectorated, and at one checks the in animation which, produces the cuu. A sIokI dose relieve the most distress ing" piroirim, soothes nervousness, and enables the sufferer to enjoy ajuiet rest at night. Being a pleasant cordial. It to...

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 March 1878

e u. TEHJH FOR WEEKLY t Jabscrlpiioo f, twelT months It SO nubecripiion for lx month 1 SU Advertising Raltii Square 11. Iw iw 3w lm1 ra 3a 6b If Ou Two .... Three... 'oar.... ''ie.... hi lr. eol.. Half tol. Ou col. 4 8; 11 8 10 IK 50 W 10 80 l.V IS 1 14 14 SO 3) 1 4.', X.V 18i SO 3 1(10 151 35. M. Mi 17 4 15i 15U! We are talcing Mexican dollars at par lor ubicnptiom to the Statesman Tl ' V. t..v. - P .. . ii ucic tiuus oi nvo remit lrom one poBtoflice $10 will foot the bill for five copies of the weekly Statesman. single subscriber must pay f 2.50. Laws Kelatlnc to .Newspaper. 1. Subscribers who do not give ex press nonce to the contrary, are con sideri wishing to continue their sub ecnption. 2. II subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, the pub- usners may continue to send them un til all arrearages are paid. :l. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take thsir periodicals from the office to wnicb they are directed, they are nem responsive until tney nave settled ...

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 March 1878

PUBLISHED BT CAH DWELIj C JlomU AtTSTIN TITCTtSDAY :.MAKCH 23. 1978 awwawswawwwswsswsawwwwawa) The Nalle caserill be heard by Judge Turner, in Georgetown, on Thursday. The written testimony taken before Justice Tegener will be used, as well as the testimony of two witnesses not heretofore examined. Mil Jom C. Wilsow, an old citizen nnd a farmer by occupation, announces himself a candidate for county asses sor, subject to the action of the Demo cratic convention. Mr. Wilson is well and favorably known and fully quali fied for the position. At 9 o'clock last Monday Jnstice Tecener delivered his decision in the Halle case, remanding the accused to jail without bail to await the action of the district court at its first term. Ap- ttaue in the court-room on the an nouncement of this decision was promptly suppressed by the court. Mr. Ronr.nT 8. IlrsT ha placed his name before ilie vrters of Travis coun ty as a candidate for county assessor. Mr. Hast is a flue business man and thoroughly j...

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 March 1878

WEEKLY STATESMAN PUBLISHED BT CA.UOWEL1, fc MORHIH. THURSDAY MARCH 28. 1978 J iMLge CliarUa II. Howard. Wednesday; March C, 137S. Upon this day came J. P. Hague, 3SiV., a member of the bar of this dis trict, and moved that a committee be Appointed to prepare suitable resolu tions upon theprofess'onal and judicial rharacter of .linn. Charles II. How ard, deceased, lite a rrember of the liar and judge of this judicial district. Therefore, the members of the bar, sad all attorneys present concurring, in accordance with said motion, the following named persons, tc-wit: Judije M. A. Jones, A. M. Patterson, IS. A. Posey and T. A. Falvey were ap pointed said committee to prepare said ic-solutiont and report the same in open court on Tuesday, March 12, at 4 r. sc. The whole bar being present, Judge .M. a. Jones came into open court and presented the followinsr resolutions. which were ordered to be spread upon ine minutes: To the Hod. Allen Tllarkcr. Judge of the Twcn- itutn .judicial Distri...

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. — 4 April 1878

r ft I) V 1 V-S THE STATESMAN. THE DAILY .published every morale ( except Monday. T1IE WEEIILY pi'bVjhed every Thursday mornlu. All baaincatcorrcKpondcaca, return aclcat Ions CU. (tkuvld be addreefed to CARD WELL 4: HOnBIS, ." . Asstln. Texn iniCELLA"EOr8. V A Is 1 he moot genial kmUam tw aeed bT utTerere Iroul pulmonary disease. II I composed of herbal product, whirl; baveaspeHfleertec;! on the throat and lungs; detacb.ee from thoalr cells all irritatloar mattort causes it to be r -pexrtoratd, and at once check. the In naiunutUoa whlrh produce the eonih. A elBa"ldoo relieve t heiuo.t di.t re. lot parosyein. soothe nervousness, and enables tba anlTerer to enjoy quirt raat at Die lit. Heine; a pleasant eordlal. It tones Ilia weak atoinach, and la specially recommended for children. What others 'ay about TutVa Expectorant, Had AsthmaThirtyYears Baltimokk. Fbrumry 1875. "Thftve bad Asthma thirty years, tud never found mtdiduc that havd surh m hapov cflcct. W. r. HOQAN. CWmri ft A Child...

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. — 4 April 1878

I I WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. .. . . APRIL 4, 1879 TKAHS FOII WEEKLY l Subscription for twelv month ft 50 i.iecrilUou for rlx months , 1 SO ' rAYASU IN ADVAaC. AdrertUtuc Itnteet Squar llw aw 8w ! u So. 6tn i ttm If One.. Two Three Four Five . . V- ol Hall col.... One col 1 1 $ t $ a $ t ' t $ ii t is n .1-8 f tl is at 1 ; 5: is n 9.'. 8Si v 45j . mi j . TO .) sn 4 i 8 15. 2u, a 5, T 10 11 l IV si 8, ii ia so! aii 8, 1, M, it; 5 i 14 ih. t.v x." ir, ISu: a K. MO SO. 85. 88. 4ft 40. 7! ISOr ! :ha 1.-st : Wk are taking Mexican-dollars at par for subscription to the Statesman WDere cum or nre remit from one "postoffice f 10'wiH foot the' bill for five copies .of the Weekly Statesman-. A ingle subscriber must pay $3.50, ' r . Laws Relating t Newspapers. 1. subscribers who. do not gire ex press notice to the contrary, are con- .i-i i . - . . aiucrvu wisoiDK iw conunas ineir suo script ion." " - - 2. If subscribers order tbe discon ' ti nuance of their periodicals, the pub lishers may c...

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