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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 3 tunite wo 17 . o who are of necessity con fined in Bach institutions Miould have the name care -iiMi lononble protection as in the snored precints of home; therefore, Resolved; That a special joint com mittee of investigation be appointed to investigate and report npon suoh charges. House bill amending Eighteenth ju- viumi uiniriui ptiHgeu. Senate bill changing term of oonrt in Trinity enmity passed. Senate bill for relief of J. C. Patton pasted to third rending. Senate bill creating the Forty second judicial dintrict, and changing terms in various counties in the Panhandle seotion, passed. House bill for relief of W. T. Perry, of Co o Ue oonnty, passed. House bill for relief of heirs of J. J. Meyer passed. Senate bill amending the oharter of Galveston so as to anthorize the construc tion of sea walls and breakwaters passed, with an amendment that no fee in land shall be taken except with owners' con sent. Adjourned till 3 o'olock. ' AFT...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1887 THE LAW MAKERS. The Orphan Asylum is Considered in the House. The Asylum for the Afflicted Col ored Children is Passed in the House. The Senate Passes the Groor County Bill, with an Amend ment, and the Educa tional Bill. ASYLUM rOB AFFLICTED COLOUKO CH1LDIIEN. The house of representatives yesterday panned a bill that will make them famous, and, from the time it took to accomplish it, it will be seen there was very little dis play of mositbackisin or illiberality. The bill was for the purpose of appropriating $50,000 for the construction and ostab lishment of an asylum for the colored blind, and deaf and rinmb children. The bill was taken up yesterday morning at 11:15 o'clock, and before the hands of the nliinlr Tin 11 ted to 12 It was fluallv passed, under a suspension of the rules. This boats a Chicago riivnrnn nAMfl. although it WHS speed In the right direction, and in this particular unlike the "divorce mills." There has been throu...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1Rft7. 5 CUT THIS OUT. 7557 CLENDtFt 1887 THE Prettiest, Cutest, Tasties CALENDAR FOR TEE PARLOR, BEDROOM ob OFFICE, Can be bad by purchasing a Box of Dr. C. McLANET -CELEBRATED-LIVER PILLS. PRICE, 85 CENTS. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Mail us the wrapper, with your address, and a two dent stamp; we will then Bend you the Calendar and package of Cards. Write plainly. FLEMING BROS., l'itt Pa. Send this advertisement with the wrapper. NO FEE I ! ESTABLISHED 1851. 8 1 1 to Until Better;8T.iiOxns.MOjcustSt. The Begular, Old-Ertabllshed PSYSICIAW li 3TJEQE01! U (till treating with the greatest SKILL & SUCCESS mmim YOUNG MEN.MIDDLEAGED MEN end all persons who by their own actsof Irnpr dence or Folly at any period of life have broug. upon themselves the evil effects following close' upon the heels of transgression of the laws nature, should consult the celebrated Dr. Clar' St once. Remember! Nervous diseases (with .. without dreams) or debilit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAKC1I 31 1887 . . " " " , WEEKLY STATESMAN. si'N r.-:xA8. A I it- Mr SCHSCIttl'TlOS. i(.e evoti. . rUrtr inn.ilij H'.x jk -nth- . Twelve .i-ici f 1.U0 5.1 M lo.ou SUN1MT WILT rHl-'e months.. Ux muni w. lift. WKEKXV. 9U ounths " Twelvemonth i lNViKUBI.r IH lliNI'. Postage free to nil parts of tbe United States tad Canada Remit by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, pistal note. reirfstered It-tier or express Unfile ropies eent tree on application. AM, Parana DlsCOKTINUltD AT TD BlHBATIO Of th Tim Paid job. HubecriOers will please, observe the date on their w rep pert. Snbecrlbers wishing address of paper chunked will state In tbelr application hotn the old end new Itlrera. R. P. A. SCOTT Is In charge ot he city sun- c-lptlon dess-tmeu of Tu hTATKBiuM, and all eo apis'ois or nouces or ensure" r'" " Uitt at tbla oftlcs, will have prompt attenUon. Habacribeis wbodo not receive tbelr paper rvu lrlv, are requested to notlfv the nfllre. Hub acrilwra are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1887. A "RAT) NASAL rVRftAN ' For over four years I have been a great sufferer from a terrible form of Nasal Catarrh. I was greatly annoyed with a constant roarine in niv Head, and my hearing became very much impaired. The discharge from my nose was profuse and very offent-lve, and my general health impaired I tried most all prominent physicians, but they did not cure me, and 1 need various advertised preparations without benefit. One day 1 chanced to read a remarkable article written by a prominent citizen of Athens, Ga, stating that he had been permanently cured by the nee of eiubt bottles of II. B. B botanic Blood Balm. ' Being skeptical on the subject, I wrote to him on the subject and received a most encouraging answer to the effect that he had been cured ioug enough to be thoroughly satisfied that no return of the disease would ensue. 1 thtn sent to the drug store of T. K . Smith & Bro , and purchased B. B B., and to my ntter as ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 March 1887

urn- tu riji8'ii'i-T'ii'-rri- t - WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. MAIVU 31 1SS7. ATTCTfV o r 5 (iTN 1 JJ JkUMSm TRADE yrV MARK. Vilmolutrlii fW 7ruw Oj'iiitc; Jitnvtlci un X'oiiof SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 4T llhXOOIHTH AMI nr.AI.KK4. TWirwiRirs a. vonnm .. Bii innm. n. TJACOBS Q P llAIII Brk"'fci I''1" Tl'jh The Markets Financial & commercial Auhtin, March S9. The wlioUwala dry uoort trails iIiowb but llttln aiilinatloii no fur. Country ciiatomi-ra are buying with nxtnmH caution. In fact, the crop uncertainty ouU'ra lari(ly h a fnclor In tho bualnena aituatlon, anil conflilnnce will lianl ly be established till Ibo pronpwta of the coming crop fllmll Ik fully (Icdncil. TIhtu la activity in the liraln trade, and almi a gmil biiHlncea In wimlern produce. The cotton trade la about ''played ut,' ami dealers In the iitnplo are prejinrlui t i on tli'dr auininor vu'uHor, Bonds. Stock, Eto Nw Toiik, March i'l. Honda and atocka r. Mild at the 'oll iwlnv prlcea bid: V:;jT.,.,.a, lion-i. o',.. utic-...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

Ol-V1'-'A'-tIMTttl WISWS; TIN .EERLY nn a nnim MAN -v h n -A u u VOL. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 7 1 SS7. NO, 20 A . THE RAILWAYS Yesterday's Proceedings Before the Interstate Commerce Com-missioaApplicationa. Appearance of Several Prominent Railway Representatives Be fore the Commission. Waiiiinoton. April 5. The Interstate commis- eluiirtra have selected an permanent quartern the nrtn iioorot me fin nuuuing. Ool. Worthiu':t'ui, general counsel for the Rich mond and Danville railroad system, and Major Miallmaii, ttviflic manager of the Central Kailroad and Uaukiu company, of Georgia, and Vice-Prot-i-(lent of the Louisville and Nashville road, ap peared this roominir, each in behilf of his own corporation, to file the necessary formal petitions for relief. In each case the purpose of the petitioners is to secure the suepen eion ot the opera' inns of tbe lonir and short haul . feature of the law for the present, and until the committee can give a hearing upon each specitlc c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1SS. LEGISLATIVE. Proceedings in the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives Yesterday. Outcome in the Willis Case-The Lunatic Asylum Investigation. BKTHT, DEAB IIKTHT. The piece of poe'.ry sent by one of the senator's wives the othor day and pub ih,A in The Statktman, entitled "Husband, dear Husband, come home," atirrred uo tlie dormant muse in the sen iitfi. And one of the senators fulminated the following in renlv. It seems from this that the eeuato can not only make good laws, but pretty fine poetry: HKTSY, DKAIt IIBTSY. Belay, dear IWtejr, the duyn have Iwen liin, Since I Liaiwd yon good bye at the kU; I told you that morning my opart would I d While hearing the hardens of atato. To think while I'm off to the capital, Kay, My uuwmiI.t, superlative wife aa tied to a choerleaa, dleconnolate home, And living tt lonely a life. 1 know, j.reclon. darling your eyea have been red With woeplnn fr ma to come hack; You want ms to brine you nice prea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1887 ... amendment or agricultural nuu mo- -V chanio&l college by inserting 210,000 each , m i - ti i x r year out of University funds, and $10,000 eaoh year ont of the general revenue. Mr. Armistead did not think , the Agri cultural and Meohanioal college needed so muoh, as they have now over $60,000 per year. ; Mr. Fields was poshing his amendment f " ' because he thought it was rifcht but be causa his constituents wanted it. The Agricultural and Meohanioal oollege has 115 students nnd it gets $89,000, while the University go.ts a pitiful $44,000. "Why ii the red tlag of oomtnunism waving heref I thank God there is suoh a thing ere as a senate that can stretoh its arms around ihe University and proteot it." Mr. Stinson asked if the regents had not been hostile to the Agricultural and Meohanioal oollege. "Mr. Siinpkins: No, sir. We have tried to keep peace between the two in stitutions." ' Mr. Terrell said if the Agricultural and . Meo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUKSDAY. APRIL 7 1837. r f I i i i II. I ii ii Jr ! k Yi TO THE Last Snndny the Fort Gazette in commenting upon the stoppnge of the free pass system under the iniormuw commerce law. branched ORt from the subject in hand to use the following vigor rous and eminently just iHOguHge: If newspapers were paid for all they do for other people and other interests, thry would be as able to pay for what they re ceived as oth' r people, and a great deal mors than many. Newspapers hnvo only themselves to blame for the estimate in which they are too generally held; work ing so much for nothing to advance indi vidual or the public interests, they feel tnntified in accenting courtesies, for which they nre .held as little better than deadbeats. A modicum of business sense and method injected into the profession would add to its reputation, financially and otherwise. Newspaper men should charce for all they do and pay for all they get, an others do; and, if this were the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APKIL 7 1887. 4 I r GOING, GOING, GONE. The Twentieth Passes in Its Cheeks, and is a Thing of the Past. n The Senate Sacks Down on the Ap propriation Bill and lets the House Dictate to Them. Froho and Fun the Order of the Day Resolutions Without Number on Every Sub ject, Humorous "and Otherwise. A COMPLETE BACK DOWN. Although it may bo true that the senate deserves a great deal of praise for its liberal policy in the consideration of the general appropriation bill, yet when that body tamely submitted yesterday to be diotated to by a small minority, oomposed of housed members on the free confer ence committee, it oame near losing all its prestige. True it is, that the senate had allowed the house to get the drop on them in the matter of adjournment, and that it was the fault of the former body that the ap propriation bill was not aoted upon sooner, yet there was no reason for them to back down so ignominiously in a most important oris is. Some idaa ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1837. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. HATES OF SUMSCKIPTION. Ott inonth Three months.. .. 81 x months Twelve months.. . 1.00 st.su , 5.. , 10.U0 SUNDAY DAILT Fwfclva months... xU monl w , l.tti H'KKliLt . $0.75 1W -1 months i ait lve month.... invito. Ml. Y IN VJVANU. : free lo nil part ot ihe Unit-"! KtalM nd 0 '- mi...i n .unit in v.sMn. P. O. moMjr order, o U1 nolo, reitiaien.a l-tir or express Sampl -opiee tent I rev o i)illcainin. All Papers Discontinued at tu Exmhation Of THK Tim Paid fob. Hniarrihani will ulease observe the date on tbeir wrappere. Bubecrllieis wishing address of paper changed will state In their application both the old Mid new idreee. K. P. A. hCOTT 1. In chariie ot be city suo- scrtptloo drjii-tiiiwU ot Tu statesman, ana au co npla'nl or m.ure ..f cimm;w Riven to him, , or left nt tin. olnre, will have prompt attention. 6arcrib..r. i..mi not rm-iv their ..r reim Urly. we reotieeled ' ii'-1iv the otlice. hub .crlfcr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1S87. i i Vg A BAD NASAL ORGAN. Fer over four years I have baen a great sufferer frem a terrible form of Naeal Catarrh. I was greatly annoyed wit a a constant roarina In inv hed, and my hearinu became very mucu Impaired. The discharge from my nose was profuse and verv offeni-ive, and my general health impaired. I tried most all prominent phjsiciuns, but thev did not cure me, and 1 used various advertised preparations without beneiit. One day I chanced to read a remarkable article written liy a prominent citizen of Athens, Ua , stating that he had been permanently cured by the use of eitfbt bottles of 1). B. B. Botanic Blood Balm. Being skeptical on the subject, I wrote to him on the subject and received a most encouraging answer to the effect that he had been cured lonjj enoueh to be thoroughly salutied that no return ot the, disease would ensue. 1 then sent to the drug store of T. E . Smith & Bro , and purchased B. U. B., and to my utt...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 7 April 1887

) r 1 ! AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 Q7. I f 1 7 s.e: la T" 'i a Mini n C'V fc-yi;- B JN IBB TRADEyTMARK. K3RI r WWe in, in upii'le; Mimetic un i'oiwf 3AFE. AT ItNtfUIIIHT AN PfAI.KM. Tint rmiuM vm.n.m hi., Miunionnn. Ha Cuici uieunr.iiD, iicuiuc. Lir U Jill Nnr.l.i, Krni.M, ., f tf. Ill I fllSI '' Vll TV t'K.Vr MI At fMiMKH to..!!!"! . ... Financial and Commcpcial. Omul Daily and Wbkki.t Kttkhman, I Austin, April 5. I One month hits elapaod oloce rain has fallen In tins section, nd at this writing tlmre la little ap pnarance of any. TIiIb, at tlm most Important pe riod of the planting ananon, has canned a Kenerul fMiinir of unectirity, which lias out a dainj.er on tli i country trafllc, Berloualy afflicted the wholesale and Jolililng trade, and, In fact, brought to a ftand- f'.lll biialnose In rn-arly all llnea except those con rii;teil with the real nceiMrl of life. The out cuiio of the present drouth Is aw aited with aoino anxiety by the farmer and the classes who d...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 April 1887

SKLY STATESMAN. L. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL Ml i. NO, 22 ST WE r r 'A- WASHINGTON. Opinions of tha Interstate Com merce Commission on Im 1 portant Subjects. The Question of Tree or Eeduced Bates to Railway r Employes. Washington, April 18.-TIib following em bodies the moat important action yet tak.-n by the interstate commerce commission. The im mediate matters selected to which to append the opinions of the commission, only affect the in terests of limited classes, but the opinions them selves cover, in important respects, an interpre tation of the interstate commerce law and a de termination respecting the extent of the powers with which the commission deems itself charged, and as la proved by the immense correspondence of the commission are, of interest to almost every branch of trade or commerce in the land". The following is the text of the ruling of the interstate coin mission: Washington, 1). C, April 10. Ia tho matter of the petition of tne Order of Railway Con du...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 April 1887

! T . : WEEKLY STATESMAN " AUSTIN TEXAS. SATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ou month...., Three months., Six months.... $ 1.00 2.90 , 6.00 , 10.00 Twelve nwnthi.. UNDAT DAttT Twelve months.. Six moot V. , $2.00 , 1.00 WIIKLT. Six montns Twelve months twvinf.r.LY IN ADVAMCI. Si Postage (ree to til pt.ru ot the United States end Ctnsus p.mit h draft on Austin. P. O. money order, postal note, reirietered letter or expreee Bamvie ropies went irw un bumuuu. All Papkiw Discontinued at tub Exruunox Of Till TlMB rAiD roil. Subscriber will ulesee obeerve the date on then wrappers. Bnhscribers wlshlnc address ot paper chanRed will state In their application both the old and new Address. MR. r. A. SCOTT Is In charge ot he city sutr arrinHnn liekH'tl.XOt Of Tlli STATSKHAN, SnO all coaplalnta or notices of clianxes (riven to him, or ..... ... m 111 L. ... a..m attAnMon left at tun orace, wm n yw.iur. .udi. nt rnmlve their paper rem- lirly, are requested to notify the oftln. hub ecrilKTB are warr.Ml nut to p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1887. 3 THE WORK DONE. The Laws that Were Passed by the Twentieth Legislature. The Matters' that Give Bread to Our Attorneys and Employ ment to Our Judges. book no. 6. Chapter 68. S. H. Bs. No. 43, 45. An aot to amend an aot entitled "An act to amend ohaptei 2, article 566, of the re vised civil statutes of the state of Texas," approved March 27, 1885. Article 566. The purposes for which private corporations may be formed are: First The support of publio worship. Beoond The support of any benevo lent, charitable, ednoational or missionary undertaking. Third The support of any literary nndertaking,the maintenance of a. library, or the promotion of painting, musio, or other fine arts. Fourth The encouragement of agri culture and horticulture by associations for the maintenance of public fairs and exhibitions of stock and farm produots. Fifth The maintenance of a public or private cemetery. Sixth The construction and mainte nance of any speoi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 April 1887

t AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1887. BRANCHES LEAVING THE KNIGHTS OK LA BOIl. Signs daily appear that the Knights of Labor is too bulky and unweildy an or ganisation. Covering as it does every branch of trade, its members being col lected from moot every class of manual employment, it is impossible for any general set of laws, or any one set of general officers to regulate successfully and efficiently the whole organizing... About ten days ago a telegram from Pittsburg stated that the miners of New England were organizing a huge associa tion of their own. Each member of the association, though, was to have a dual re lation; his status as a Knight of Labor must be established before he could be eligible to membership in the Miner's as sociation. In the incipiency of the or ganization this was to have been ex pected, but when this new association numbers 10,000, as they claim it soon will, then the question of their allegiance to the general ordor of the Knights of Labor...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 April 1887

J u 5. if 71 DOWN OX THE GULF. SHIP ISLAND, A PLACE OF MUCH HIS TORICAL INTEREST. Fort Massachusetts Jeff Davis The Julf QuarautUe-A riucky Surgcon-Tlie Settlement of Louisiana LaOtte aud Cole Butler and Farrasut. Special Correspondence.! Biloxi, Miss.. March 29. island is one of a chain of low, narrow, sandy islands that lie off the coast of the Missis sippi, servine as a break water for the strong roll and surf of the Gulf of Mexico, and making a safe harbor for the en tire length of the Mississippi sea board. From the land these islands, distant from ten to fif teen miles, look like clouds, blue or dork, rest ing upon the bosom of the sea.but on approach ing them, the shore line changes to white, with the sand heaped up here and there like snow drifts, the stark whiteness relieved in places by a fringe of stunted pines and tall rushes. Tho government chart places Ship island just twelve miles due south of this ancient town of Biloxi. A sail of a couple of hours, with a chance of ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 21 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1887, ' i n FOREIGNNEWS Disgraceful Scenes of Confusion in tho British House of Commons. The Term "Liar" Freely Used, Togother With Threats of Violence. C1MIOAH IN TUB CJHMHN. I iindok, April Id. The houe of commons was acene t (,'reat excitement last nliht nurlnK the debate on the coercion bill Mjor Haunderaon (oenaervative) In the course of his speech said the national league waa supported mainly by crirn lnala, dynamiters and murderers across the Allan tic, lie did not charite the gentlemen opposite with imbruing their hands with blood, but did charge them with associating with men whom thejr knew were murders. Mr, llealy rose to a point of order. The siieaker replied that Mijor Saunderson made grave charges, but these could be met In debate; be himself could not Interfere. Mr. ilealeyresponded.be would say what be tbonirtitof Kaunderson, regardless of consequences. If Mr. Hasnderson referred to him, he had no hes itation in saving Saun...

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