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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

V AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN rHUKSDAY. JANUARY 10 1889 11 i J5y TY'AUl) COUMY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. 1 Passed Away. Vfter a long and painful illness little Bias Bell Andrew aged 3 years eon r. and Mrs. Thomas Andrews died y and was bnried yesterday at 10 jfk. He was a bright intelligent V ! and his death has been a sore elllio- V to the parents who have the profound I apathy of a wide oirole of friends. Seriously .Burned. It.as learned in the oity yesterday for 'first time that at the burning of Mr. n Cloud's gin Friday night he was W seriously burned about the face head I bands while attempting to check the pes. At one time it was feared bis m- les would prove fatal bnt yesterday's brts were to the effect that be is now in it way to a speedy recovery. Another New Paper. J'riday a week January 18 a new weekly 3 Vpaper will be started in Austiu. The i if IB to do "ine uiodo" witn ivir. o. Miley formerly proprietor of the Over- Sharpshooter as founder proprietor I editor. Mew type will b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN niURSDAY JANUARY 10 1889 ami Commercial .T iHD Wl!ELT HTATMHAK I Austin. January . ( .utre has been little to note in the general drift of trade for the last week farther than that while there hag been little aotivity the demand for staple good i wag not unsatisfactory. The con- dition of the ooantry roads always a large faotor in the local traffic hug again become a drawback since the raiDg of the last few days. The reoeipts of country prod ace have in conseqoenoe been re- duoed and the general volume of the local trade correspondingly affected. FINANCIAL. EXCHANGE. New York banker VYt Si. New Orleans bankers !. t.U1A dig St. Louis bankers pt ttli dls Honstdn bankers parfrjj dis Galveston bankers parfci die COIN VALUES. Silver coin par Mexican dollars 70o Mexioan halves 3fio Mexioan quarter 16o BRITISU CONSOLS. London. January 8. Consols closed at 08 11-UU for ui'jney; for silver 42 11-lUd SECURITIES. Boston January 8. Mexican 4'i 67Wfi7''ioj scrip U'J'tfjl....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

I EBELY ' STATESMAN. AWST AUSTIE1TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 17 1S89. PAGES 1 TO 8 VOL XYIII NO. 10 IN W I ( 3 TEXARKANA. An Uncla Charged with Outrag- ing His Niece On Board a Sleeping-Car. The Immigration Convntion at El Paso News from the . Yuma Gold Fields. Special Teleeram to the Statesman. Tbiabeama January 9. Oa the arrival of the north bound Tex ts Fdoiflo train thiseveniug passengers oom plained to the city police that a man about 50 and a ypurg girl apparently IS years old who oooupied one birth in the sleeper had made the night hideous by cries and screams from the girl. On investigation the man gave his name as Robert Wooley and ihe girl Dora Weldoo whose borne is in Braioria Tex. and her father W. H. Weldon. and her ana 1G. Wooley her. unole ho live in the same looality and who was aooompanying her with her father's oonsent to relatives in Red River county Tex. that she might by mingliug in new somes forget her dead lover whose name was D. E. Crow to whom she was b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

"WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TSXA8. Entered at th pomnfllc u econd-clae matter. J flic of publication Weat tacm lUeot next to potto Ok. BTATK8MAN PBBLI8HINO COMPANT. A. P. WOOLDRIDUI K.J.IIiu. E.W. Ph W. K. Uammx V Ice-I'nw Went. rlKreUiT- General llaoatpr. RATES OF STJB8CIUFTIO. DilLT. On Tear (Invariably In advance) ..10 00 8lx monuia " Three month 44 44 44 On.mo.th 44 44 " Una week 44 44 41 B 00 g 60 1 00 26 guv DAY DAILT. Twain month! - ? !5 Biz moo the. ........ 1 (10 (tlx month Twelve month. ...0.75 ... l. Poetaw free I all part of th United Bute. Canada and Mexico. . . Kemltbydrafton Amtln P. O. money order ooeul note wintered letter or express. Sample eople sent free on application. Back number can b aouplUd. New York Office: 8. C. Beckwlth. Trlrmne Building. Cblcaijo Cfllce: 60 in Kookery." WILL BLAISE BE IS THE CABINET? An affirmative answer to this question baa seemlnnly been made in the general oiroumstnnoes surrounding the president- eleot. It Is a faot reoognieed by demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

1 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 17 1889 f TEXASJTEMS. Laying a Cable from Galveston to the Mexican Coast. Mass Meeting at Brownwood Contession of a Pretended L unatio Tragedy in the Territory. Special Telegramto the Statesman. Galveston January 11. Under the commission of the Mexican Cable com pany the cable Bteamer Faraday with a toll oorps of eleotcioiaua sailed from Lon- don Deoember 21 for Coatzaooaloos on the Mexican coast 200 miles south of "Vera Cruz where she is doe on the 15th inst. and a3 soon as the land terminus is established will commence laying the ca- ble line between Coatzaooaloos and Gal- veston and is ezpeoted to arrive at the latter port February 10. The distance between Galveston and Coatzaooaloos is 1000 miles. The new oable will oonneot at Coatzaooaloos with an overland line through the Isth- mus of Tehauntepeo to San Juan Del Snr where connection will be made with the Mexioan Cable oompany's sub marine line down the west coast of Cen- tral and Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE A Carefully Prepared and Com- prehensive State Paper Read Yesterday. Important and Timely Suggestions On All Matters Affecting the Interest of the State. Defects Irt the Judiciary System Pointed Out. with Recom- mendations for Iheir Correction. Gentlemen oj the Senate and House of Jicprescntatives : In all good governments both public and private rights must bo defined and limited by law and at the com- mencement of your legislative busi- ness In the Interests of a people pre senting all the plorIlvWht go to mane up a f'"') ' nnnulatlon. with a strikingly pro- r-' ... all classes and conditions w l aoelal order protect person and r -erty enforce the laws and ncler obedience to all legally constitute authorities the Constitution makes i t .i.. ..J )- nvnoiit ve to communl- Au. ' :r thi Legislature In formation concerning tho condition of ii.uiin unl recommenu u iiram- .. p. nmv bo deemed expodlont. In complianco with this duty I re- spectfully surest that questions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JANUARY 17 18S9 I ' Inaugurated by the establishment of ! . the Institution I would respectfully ) j urge upon your honorable bodies that ' 1a TWrvci Yin rri Ka rrf mlaonnPA. henoed and while moral delinquency J should be made the basis of coinmit- inenis. neitner inose wno cannot oe . roioimeu nor most) wuu uewi 110 I reformation should be committed The (states prison is the proper place for the hardened criminal: the insane asylum for those mentally deranged the public school for the truant and the shifMwsn citizen should not ha nor- niitted to make it a place of deposit for i tne child whose support ne would . i r i i giadiy escape rrovision snouid De made vesting the trustees acting in conjunction witn superintendents with authority whereby- transfers can be made from the reforma- tory to the State prison of all those who may prove incorrigible or persist in the choice ot an evil' life with like privilege of transfer from tne latter to the forme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JANUARY 17 1889 G THE LEGISLATURE. A Fall Synopsis of the Proceed- ings ot Both Houses Yesterday. Chatty and Newsy Gossip Picked Up In the Lobbies and Committee Rooms. The Senate. From Thursday's Daily. The senate wan on lied to order at 10 o'olook by Lieutenant-governor Whetler. Quorum present. Prayer by the chap- lain Doctor Smoot. Reading of the journal was dispensed with. Senator Johnson had spread upon the journal a motion to reoonsidor the rote fixing the number of committee clerks. Senator Claiborne for special com- mittee reported the governor had been waited npon and notified the senate was organized and ready for business end that the governor would at an early date oom- mnuioate with the senate. Senator Claiborne raised the point of order that the Twenty-Brut legislature was not yet folly in session as the honse was not yet organized and that therefore all legislation was at this time oat of order. Xbe point of order was sustained. A reso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

XT ! AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN niUKSPAY JANUARY 17 1889. ... v - e1' ; -. i 5 I JACOBS Ol For Cruises and Burns. Fresh Strong Convincing Facts. Bait Results. East rrovldracs B. I. Jnns.'BI. WhUs in Chi emptor of tn Bmtow Stow Co.. appllod tom St. Jacobs Oil to many bad buna tt . ta. B.id au always "ggfro. Ladder Fell. Galvoston. Toxas Jm is U88. Foil from laddar; bruised ul spralaod my foot and wilit; suffers days; was cnrjdbTBt. jiZoU QU. JOSHUA WYTETH. Pitcher's Lack. Detroit Mich. Juno t IStt. Pitching ball spralaed and bruised mj arm; two application- Bt. J OU -'fr gBH- AT DRUO0I8T8 AND DEALERS. THE CHARLES A. VOGELEB CO.. Baltimore Ml Paso; Bishop Hood Brown of Navarro; Peebles Cray ton Johnson of Titos j Row- land Mnrchison Murrell and Roop. .The speaker had read a communication from the Statesman Publishing Com- pany proposing to print the journal in f nil in the Daily Statesman and offering to famish 1500 oopies to the house and 500 to the senate for $70 a day. Referred to the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

U - 8 ' ' AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN niURSDAY ANTTARY 11 ISflft-' V- -i EVERY NIGflT I SMUTCHED Until the akin was raw. Body covered with aoalea like apoU of mortar. Cored by the Caticora Remedies. I am golnjt to tell yn nf the r I'ranrdlnary Chan. vnof CuTiruaa IlmsulM performed no m Av.ullho lalo! April l.t I noticed on)' red pimple like mining out ll ver mji biwly b .1 tbo.iuht notbliiK of 1' unlti torn time Inter on. when It hegtn to look like pot n( mortar tmtl1 n md which cam oil In layers accompanied with kcblnir. I would cretrh every n'ght nnlll I iu rw then the next nliint the alee being formed meanwhile were ecre'ched off acelo. In vein dirt I consult all the no 'lor In the co.mtrv hut stihnnt .Iri A ftr ilvln art all hope of re cover. I hamienM) to re an adTertlMment in the newapanarabontyonr tncua hamuiae and purcha d them from my ruKirltt and i btalned ltnn.1 Immiwll.'e rallf . I beiran lo nntlre thai ti air Apntiimna ' adnallv drooDed off and die appeared one by one and h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

WEE STATE VOL XYIIL AUSTIN.TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1 7 1889.-PAGES9 TO 12 NO. 10 AWSTIN KLY JSMAN. THE LEGISLATURE. A Full Synopsis of the Proceed- ings ot Both Houses Yesterday. Chatty and Newsy Gossip Picked Up In the Lobbies and Committee Rooms. The Senate. From fcunday's Dally. Called to order at 10:05. Prayer by the chaplain Dootor Smoot. Roll called; and the reading of the Joarual dispensed with. Senator Ingram was exoosed until Mon- day morning. The chief olerk of the house presented . to the senate a oonoarrant resolation of that body to the effeot that a committee Hayes and Gresham had been appointed to aot with a senator committee from the senate to oonnt the vote for governor and lieutenant-governor and to arrange for the inauguration of the governor. The president appointed the following senators to meet the house committee: Senators MoDonald Simkins and Crawford. Senator Claiborne introduced a joint resolution authorizing the president of the Benate and speaker ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

10 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JANUARY 17 1889. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TBI AS. Wntanul it th DOSUlfflc as SeCOnd-ClaSS mutter. Office of publication Watt i'eca street text to posiomcs. BTATI8MAM PrJBLlUHlNQ COMPANY. A. P. WoOLDBJDOS K.J. Uiix. K. W. Pjmcik . W. B. Uamby . President. . Vloa-Prwildent. . 8crtttary. Genrral Manager. RATES OF 8UB8CK1FTION. DAH.T. Om Tear (invariably In advance) ..10 00 81z month! " " - s 00 Three month! " " ' " ? OMmoatb " " " 1 On week " " " 25 UHDAT DAILT. Twalv moBthi IJ Bis month 1 WLT. Biz month! -. Twelve month! 1-J Postage free all part of th United States Canada tod Mexico. . Hamtt by draft on Aoitln P. O. money order postal sola registered letter or express. HampU coulee aent free on application back numbers can be Bopplk d. New York Office: 8. C. Beckwltta. Manaeer 48 Trlhnne Building. Chicago Office: W "The Hooker." Twelve Pages. TDK INAUOUHAU ADDKKS8BS. Th Inaugural addresses of Governor Boa and Lieutenant-governor Wheeler vers what ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN fHURSDAY JANUARY 17 1889- 11 A Dig in the Ribs It on ths right side and lower part of the diaphragm though playfully meant and de- livered Is calculated to evoke profanity from a chappy whose liver Is out of order. Wheu that region Is sore and congested pokes seem fiendish. Look at a man's countenance era yon prod him under the ribs. If his skin and eyeballs have a sallow tinge you may Infer also that his tongue is furred his breath apt to be sour that he bas pains not only beneath his ribs but also under tlio riglit shoulder- blade. Also thiit liis bowels are irregular and his digestion Impaired. Instead of making a Iocoso demonstration on his ribs recommend lim to take and steadily persist in taking Hostetter's Stoinaeli Bitters the finest anti- bilious and alterative medicine extant. In- comparable is it also for dyspeps'a. rheu- matism nervousness kidney trouble and fever and ague. THERE IS No blood remedy that hat stood the combined test of extended tria...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1889

12 "PNEUMONIA M W CmiJG TO BE A DBE1DFCL WOBfc ' D yes) kar what It la f It to local (lniur) manifestation of the bad con- dition of tba Blood." If roar blood la filled with tbe protlucM of faulty Mentions "cold" 1 bible to produce pneumonia or lunff f ever. W ben tbe atl ack cornea on an mmon tbe beat obtain bla phyalcUn or what la better PREVENT IT by keeping tne eecretiona free and natural by reg-uUr SCHENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC AND MANDRAKE PILLS and In the entd-taklnc period fortify the lung aininat colds by faithful uas of SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP DB. SCITENCK'H Book on Consumption liver Complaint rand Dyspepsia arm Free. DB. I. B. SCHENCE 805 Philadelphia Pa. u NPRKCEDBNTETi ATTRACTION! Oni a million jjiairiDuieo. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated ny the legislature In 1H68 for Edu- cational and Charitable purposes and its Iran chlse made a part of the present State C matltu tloa la lr)7u by an overwhelming popul ir vote. Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take lilare semi annually (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1889

AUSTIN MAN VOL XYIII AUSTIN.TEXAS. THURSDAY MURNING. JANUARY 24- 1 S89.PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 11 WEEKLY MURDERED Bradley the Base Ball Catcher Shot and Killed by a Hack Driver. Bevenge the Motive for the Assassination A Woman in the Case. B pedal Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas January 16. This morning at 10:30 o'clock as M. J. Bradley the well known base ball' catcher was crossing Main street from the Windsor hotel to Swope & Mangold's he was shot down like a dog by Tom Angus a haok driver who followed him and fired in his back inflict ing a wound which produced almost in Btant death. At the first shot Bradley turned and ran toward the Cabinet saloon and he fell dead just as he reached the 'bidowalk almost in front of the door Angus was immediately arrested and pat 3 an jail. The origin of the trouble is found in t Ihe fact that Bradley visited Dolly Love bagnio Bond ly night and in the oourse of a quarrel slapped her jaws. Bradley !i was arrested for this conduct and was j before ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1889

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AfTBTlS. TKXAS. iniu.il ih nnauifflc aa McoDd-clu mi lter JfitoofpubltcaUun Vtett hoc an street next to 8TATA8MAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. A. P. WOOLDBIDOK K. J.Uhj. .. W. I" AKKF.il W. H. Uambv PmntdHiit Vloe-i'rHnlilhiit SK-.ietary Genrral Manager. IIATKS OF BUMSCWPTION. DiiLT. On Year (Invariably In advance) 8j J BLX month " " Toro moutlii " ' " Onemontb " " " One week " " " OHDAY DAILT. Twelve months Six moDth ... ft IK) it Hi 1 (HI JS ..it oo 1 00 WIULT. fllx month! Twelve months. ..$0 Hn.f.. tm bi all un of the Halted State. Canada and Mexico. ' Kemll by draft on Amtln P. O. money order eiple sent free on application. nriatj.1 finie. rHinnierea imwr Myiw.- . . . ... u.flt nnmli Back numbers can d eupput-u. New York Ofllce: Trlhune Building. Kookerjr." B. C. Beckwlth Manager 48 Chicago uruce: iw "Tb . Twelve Pages. li the aooount of the White Cap out rases in Northumberland ooonty Pennsyl vanla. tmblished in the dispatobes this morning be troe the people of that st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN fHUESDAY JANUARY 4 1889- 3' i FROM SAMOA. Disastrous State of Affairs Involv- ing Germans and Americans. Action of War Ships. A Fight in Which a Number of Germans Are Killed Other Important News. Apia Samoa January 19. A most se- rious state of affairs exists at Samoa. On the night of Deoember 18 the sailors from the German men-of-war Adler Olga and Eber attaoked Mataaf's soldiers onder di- rection of the German . consul and Cap- tain Fritz A. Frenot naval offloer in port. Asa res nit of the enooonter twenty two Germans were killed and thirty-two wounded. binoe then the German war- ships have bnrned Amerioan honses and flags tore down the United States flag seized Amerioan citizens in nentral waters in Apia harbor and taken them prisoners on board the Gtrman men-of-war and fired npon the American flag. King Mataof's party who had been firing almost constantly since the battle at Lan- : etanan killing and wounding many of the Tamesese men began to fail in ammu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1889

THE LEGISLATURE. A Full Synopsis of the Proceed- ings ot Both Houses Yesterday. Chatty and Newsy Gossip Picked Up In the Lobbies and Committoo Booms. The Senate. From Thursday's Dally. The senate was called to order at 10 o'clock by Lieutenant-governor Wheeler. Soil call developed a quorum present. Prayer by the chaplain Doctor Bmoot. Beading of the Journal dispensed with. PETITIONS AMD MKUOHIALS. Senator Stephens Petition from citi- zens of Lipsoomb county reqnosting change in the law regulating the sale of school lands. Referred to committee on publio lands. BILLS AMD BKBOLUTIONH. By Senator McDonald Judiciary No. 1 Favorable report on senate bill No. 09 providing for the incorporation of towns and citioa lying on both sides a line di- viding two counties. By Senator McDonald Reported the bill providing for pensioning of indigent soldier of Texas revolution and indigent signers of the declaration of independ- ence be referred to committee on state nlfaira. V By Senator McDonald Fa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1889

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JANUARY 4 1889- JJ-JACOBS OJ THE MAYOR of Balti more writes: " tnow many greatly lenefilti hy the us$ of EL Jacobt Oil." At Druggist and Dealers. THE CHAS. A. VOGELER CO. Baltimore Md. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 1 Over a Million Distributed ! Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated Dy the legislature in 1868 for Edu- cational and Charitable purposes end its fran- chise made a part of the present State Constitu- tion in lb?9 by an overwhelming populir vote. Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take place semi- annually (June anrt De -ember) and its Grand Single Number Drawings take place on each of the other tea months in the year and are all drawn In nnhlto. At. thn AcnHumv nf M tittle Mew Orleans La. amed tor Twenty Years for Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Pay- ment of Prizes Attested aa follows: "We do hereby certify that we upi- vise the arrangements for all the Monthly and eeml-annuol Drawing of the Louici- ana State Lottery Company and in per n manage ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1889

. . " I: V THE LEGISLATURE. Continued Prom Fonnh f"g.l The Senate. (From H.tnrd.y'. Daily. The senate was ealled to order at 10 o'olock by Lieutenant-governor Wheeler Qaorom present. Prayer by the chaplain Doctor Bmoot. PETITIONS AMD MEMOBIiLS. Senator Stephens from oitizens of Wilbaraer oonntv. pravini? for a new Judicial district. Senator Sims Memorial by County Allianoe of Brown connty against railroad exorbitant freiirbt rates and asking fur a commission. Senator Stephens Petition from oiti zens of Montague oonnty requesting pay for servioes rendered the state in defense of the frontier. President of the Senate Wheeler laid before the senate a communication from Golonel Swiiher relating to his oonneation with veterans and the locating of their certificates In Greer oonnty. BEFOBTS Or STANDING COMMITTEES' Judioiary Mo. 1 Senator MoDonald Unfavorable report on bill allowing limi tations to remain against married women. By Benator MoDonald Favorable re port on bills making writs or...

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