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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

..iff j r ) - TUE FORTY-EIGHTH COJGKESS. KENATK .. - rMb.n ffAnOTO( flee. 24. cnw-i V. "" " nnjn ;...r.hnt.liiali- profiiui an em. .. f ht. UaU- t.p- posoix i. to produce low wines ' without i be nav mot. I ( V ' ed I..' me nich tK nau adjo' rued until Jan- Alter lll Senate confirmed Royal M. Johnson iu "f ib. ol sTale n pp- relating to the r r .H.Uiou and ciecution of the lute K"' "oV)JoueiU Lal.1 on the table lor lu- ' TI f il'.e"'ker announced the .landing and select committees. ... -Hous- alj'wrned till January 7. COMXITTBB OS FXItCTIOMS. Turner (Ua) Chairman. iK-Vuum lluwa). Hart. COMMITTER OSC WAVS ANU Morrlsou Chairman. . Mount rrlcK--K VST ) Kelly! HuCoclKN. V! Kussell. COM il ITI ICR OH APPUOrlUATlONS. Kamlall. Clairm u. Forney iloliuan Towniiid Folleit Keller. Kyan ll.prr. Jinley Hammond ..OUItoll lor-.helimT Seiiey. E is. Taylor (.). Brown (led.). KIllB. Hancock ulchins - Huron Camion CalKiti. ttashhiirne 1 ucker Culberson (Tex.). Br. adhead Colliiis Kced (Me.) McFord Co....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. The House of Representatives at Washington is now supplied with members' deiks. The Pope wants clergymen edu- cated more carefully. It will fill the churches better. Tom Ociiiltkee denies that ho was called "The Crown Prince of Texas " when he was in Europe. Mo be labor strikes have occurred under the present protective tariff system than ever before in the history of the country. A misprint misrcpreients the num ber of couaties in the state. There are of organize 1 counties 171; of un organized lii'ty-four. Some of the politicians evidently rt-s-ud'ihe fence-cutting element and those friendly to it as a balance be- twuii political powers. Mu Caulislk wilt aauounco his committees t-. morrow and those who get lelt may llood their disappoint ment in Christmas egg-nog. Hlaine is catching it. Harper's Weekly which has supported him now excoriates him because of his reveiiui- distribution proposition. The Htiiunieao is made since O'Dauucll was iiu:i that he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

DEPARTME5T NOTES. EXECUTIVE PEPAETMEST. Gov Ireland has gone to his old home in Seguine. It Is expected he will also visit Saa Antonio. comptrolleb's department. The comptroller is solicited to pur chase additional county oonas or ueu and Houston counties for the school fund but has not yet conciurfeu to do so. The comptroller has notified the countv authorities to enu mm re- ceipta for moneys paid by the state collectors lor scnooi ceruucHu- m- stead of raitina- for the certificates when taken up to be sent as hereto fore for vouchers witn me receipts in hand he can make the transfers here from the available school fund to the credit of the eeneral revenue which will prevent the depletion of the gen eral fund as there is a considerable amount in cash on hand to the credit of the available school fund. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. The clerks in this department have oreDared for the attorney-generals report a general summary of criminal matters tor the year enumg ..Novem ber 30 183...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

"V Y ! ' 5r V AUTYSQAP TO keep the pores open tlia oil elands and tube active and thus furnish au outlet lor impurities In tlie perspiratiou and blxd Men causes humiliating blotches blackheads fid minor skin blemishes especially of ln- litnts; to cleanse whiten and beautify the skin 1 emove tan freckles sunburn and oilv matter; to keen the hands soft white and free from haps and roughness prevent cmitawlous skin and scalp diseases and to provide an exquisite skin b'autilier and toilet bath and nursery ..i..i....r rltl ljliffim flfiu-er odors yd Cutlcura healing oaisams.use iin-tuucura Incorsmi ov nnysieuuis ei eueiuii. ..A'lely pure and highly medicinal bales T-2 1000000 cakes. THE HERITAGE OF WOE. Mlurv. shame and aeonv often beoueathed as a sole legacy to children bv parents. Is neg- lected Scrofula. To cleanse the blood of this hereditary poison and thus remove i..a most prolific cause of hiuns'i suffering to clear the skill of disllgurint' Humors itching tortures humiliating eru...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

r. 1 7 in j- TIIE STATES5IAT AUSTIN. TEXAS. Lubuotk rorter. A very quiet but interesting social ertnt in this city Thursday was the marriage of Hon. Frank li. Lubbock formerly frovernor and now state trwir surer ofsjTexas to Mrs. t. E. l'orter one of the most accomplished and in- teresting ladies of Austin. The nup- tials were consummated at 1J.& a.n' Kev. Dr. Smoot omciating. at the Pres- byterian church in tho presence of it few invited friends. Those who were not present c;in readily imagine how gallantly their distinguished friefcook charge of his newly gained prizes something certainly dearer to him than all other earthly treasures and how the fair bride as proudly trusted her future to his sacred keep- ing. Well may she confide in so noble a treasurer. That their hearts may long beat in love's unison is the Bincere wish of The Statesman. After the ceremony Gov. Lubbock and Mrs. Lubbock left on the train for a brief bridal trip to San Antonia. Before leaving however he made...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

4 if f ". P THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. It seems as though a bankrupt law will to raeaal by Congress. The Hoar bill looks towards such provisons v m are inost needed. ' v." In t.mk iwih of Oyt.ifnjssiiiaii D. C 7 Hask ill '"' Kaunas the Republicans rjaaw orif nf (heir ault-Mt nud most ag- r .1 i . . i The statement coiacs from Waco th.it all the rruployes from eilitor-in-thii-f to devil. In th3 Examiner office will uo retired Jarmcryl. VSXA. Tiiv Lt;ubi:eac btate centnd com ' nuttee of Arkansas has formally ex- coiamuni':..td S. V". i ors-y and de-ciar-. liihi no l'-actr a citizen of that . sl at". il tjio:.-s wholy and solely to ne'-Nati'-jrial" liepubliean party with all lu iv.pit'l Hinilicance. A iter th: tic:; (.-'.'M'Kiitiioii of ience-cutting I'iiii- would bo curious. Up to iatc it would coatain 9099 sola n:' tho ciuestion. all Infalible- . . 1 . 1 IVa.q T.- i 1 1 -. 1 1-.- n Mirrtrpsted (19.9'JO I)laa.u. and the oa selected w ill most pro'jably 1ail to meet the fcncrgency. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

A ( ) THE STATESM AN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DR. A. WALT HER leei. Diseases of Women and Children a specialty. Ofllce over SamosU's dnig store dec9 ' AUSTIN' TEXAS. BAILKOAll TIUK TAJBLF. H A T. C. Kollroad. Arrrlvesat. 7 a. m " 8:10 p. m. Departs at 7 :35 a. m. " e :00 p. m. I. O. X. Kallroad. " DEPABTUBKS. For the south : 12-50 a. m " " 4.00 p. ml For the north 11 :15 a m " " 4:10 p. ni. Anstln and Korthwestern Leaves Austin. 8:00 a. m. arrives at Burnet.. Leaves Huruet. .. ... arrives at Austin.. . .12:30 m . 2-oo p. m. . bf-u p. m Stalin Clone. For Doth north & south. 10:40 a. m. 30 a. m E TOO have a stock of hol'day poods TUe most elegant Hue of Hrtislic Christ- mas cards ever brniii'ht to this cltv. irenis of lirt every one. Also a splendid assortment of the II nest albums oil paintings cbroinus allo- types picture frames lcket books purses pocket albums memoranda and diaries. Kv- erytning we nave is ot tne latest and richest pattern and we projtose to sell as low as those woo cia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 December 1883

J-THE 8 i V STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. D ursard Percy Gaines. The riiinains of this noble youjjf man whio were brought here tor burial irom lUckt-ttstown Mew Jer- sey where he died on the morninK of th 17t.ii in it. were laid away yebter- Uy la t he cemetery in this city with arpropriute ceremonies bespeaking not ouy the universal love lvit 'or the (lf":"!if-ed but the general syuipa- thy.wbtoS ail desireil to express for the Viii rabie parent and lond brother no have been so sadly be- reaved bv this sudden and unexpect- ed dispensation in God' providence Lt is seldom th f so sad an even' in . all its circumstances h:i3 sorrowed this community where anioog eo W4Tiy warm friend3 the deceased had grown up and ripened into manhood only to b cut oil in the very flower of hu .i-M tu;lness at the early age of but twentv-two years. Alas how Btraiiijt-lv is the cup of earthly joy . t-oinetini!H dashed with sorrow. The remains which had been taken upon their arrival here Sunday even itig to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1884

J 1 i. ' ' I .v - : ' V r ! 4 THE StATESMAK. 4'ISTm. TEXAS. WASHINGTON. Xew Gathered A-boat the Capital CItT. wtirr.rroX Jan. 8 Tho banking and In. Ihn aetieral question of "ly.'0" Prevent h contrt4.mculUii:a bank cur- iVnrv k brletiv d;ctiie4. Messr rotter. Z S Kr.niuirout. Democratic raomlien of ci..diy ... tavor i liUt.on ud a. OatlKlUK . . . " ... tit.-. ! he propUi to li.tro.iuca a ' .ii. t veai m r rent bonds an providing that ine cir Mr. rwfr i'v"7" . year iclr- i per cent uouu f- . iM Sllh. u a ion issued oo such onAhaXino iet to ui. A bill a.inorlzin the ir National Bank of Fort Worth fexas toin- crease Its capital stock to not exceeding - The House committee ou 'n "t!: termltied ibat the Chalmers-Mann .teJ ' shall bo considered on prima facie right on M . Ml .1 1. The Uouse committee cm ....n.. Hi.u.iiatttt.1 in & ffeO airlculturo this general way inesuu- lectof pU'ro pneumonia in ca-ue. W1QMH1 U lW wmo"""." r--r ai I.. catto to visit Washington .l"P"Yt'e was islatton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1884

f r i Hi: STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. Iris Express want feme tutt'rig Uekled Without dslay. J. Tub El Faso Daily Times belongs to the tim thsvt er JIof.ris Raxqkr baa been expelled from the Liverpool cottoa association. Tire Fort Worth Gazette would have fence cutt h huDg certainly liot until dead ' Dcdedom is trjinjf to push knee breeches. At the same time it should begin to cultivate calves. Qite an excitement has been cit- ated in New York at the uaexpected disappearance of the noted restaura- teur Delmonico. - .A. FjwnsylvanIan having been killed in a mock duel it is thought ud- visable to make the tootk duel part of the code in Virginia. Til E Brewster investigation may send the oM Cudo ru.Eei and all to the rear. Thru a blind selection could not give the country a poorer attorney-general. : The McDonald boom got a set back when the Indiana editors solemnlyj resolved it vvuj unsafe to nominate him. That is what made Henry Wat- lerson so desperate. Pacific railroad stock have de- c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1884

1. U.&UKJ tWSUI-tan. . THK STATESMAN. AUST.N TEXAS. TEXAS LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION. SIXONU DAY-JIOUXING SESSIOX. The association met Wednesday at 10 :i in . Dursuant to adjournment Vice l'reaident North in the chair and Secretaries lientlv ana Lambert at the desk with Messrs. Ike I'ryor and Will Lubbock acting as sergeants- at-arnis. The chair announced that the first regular order o lmsiness as fixed by the constitution for the second day's -" iesaionet the consventioa was the election of otticera. Col. Barnard of San Antonio moved to suspend that order until the committee on membership could submit a report upon a number of applications. The motion prevailed when the committee reported recommending the admission of some thirty or more applicants for membership. The re- port was adopted and the applicants all elected. The chair then announced that nominations were in order for the position of president. Mr. Henry Seligson of Galveston moved the appointment of a commit- tee of twe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1884

7 v. - 7 J - 4- Hit ACSTEf. ZBXA& . JiEAI. HiTxlT. COSVEJITIOV. sec:: i DAY. TheTexa3 Lit:! Estate Association rr .nmei if 3 session at the JJusiness .Collfge building ysterlay. morning wlih its preside at J. S. Dninertv in tnafchair Air. E IL Tgwell itc-tintf as hi.cretary. Jit the requeot of Mr. Maduox the .rflbtitution of tue associatioa was r tad. which provides (among other i tiioga) that the organization shall iurchae property erect biiildings ;ioan money uol otherwise truruuet 'such busiuess ui o-jiues within its k'Sitioiate scjj it shall also eu- ' eourHoroemiirrj'itin to the state "'i ' negotiate the cUiag. leasing aui luirement or property in the inter vjis of its patrons aul the association. Kach certiuo.no 'of luciiiijershtp shall lor the next ixry day? cost 600 pay able in monthly listaliutMls oi nf tiollars and 'alter that lime ttie rate 6hail lie i.icrcisrd to 31000 juyaMo in monthly installments of . SlOe;uh. Ia counties of lesi than jO Inhabitants only one membe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1884

1 TJIE STATESMAN. -4.USTHT. TEXAS. it 'f f. (Continued from Second Pa-je.J : . ' ier grounds for tba general con- venience. Numerous amendments and sultl- tates for them were proposed and each briefly discussed by Messrs. lat- Xersou Stout Ayers Jonj of lien- derson. Woods of Lavaca Scott l'en- dleton and Nash. Mr. Cundilf moved to lay the amendments and substitutes on the table. Carried. Message from the Senate an- nounced passage of Senate resolution asking Congress to grant right-of-way wt- mrouga inuian Aerntory iu uun l.l.l I . to . ' i T. . : t i f LM'iorauo x Ban in x e rauroiiu or any other reliable railroad company. Mr. Chambers offered amendment to pending bill. Mr. Camp moved previous question. Ruled out of order and the amend- ment was adopted. After action upon various other amendments and some discussion by ilessrs. Cavin. Taylor Cundiff Cham- bers Ayres Kthridge and others the iull with such amendments as were - Adopted was ordered engrossed. The speaker referred the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 January 1884

8 0 Sib POSITIVt CURE ron evert Total ci SKIN and BLOGi DISEASE PIMPLES TO SCROFUU ol'l unwtbi- nkm. S.-ap and Blood ff it.-rint. s-..ir. t iiiii v diDiier oloreii ired amt Contagions Humors Ht.md V :. fckiu 1'ortuns inliillihhj. t'lisent. Abet se and Infantile tliu Cl'tu-vi a Remedies are 4'it.leara tt-nol veit. the new Blood Pu- rill--- Jliunai- Hurt Aperient expel disease jr.rus frim the hlool .::' n munition and Un -i remove the cause. tioi ha. Ihemeat tue. Instantly alliivs idling ami Inflam inn'ion. clears th" Skin and .-c:ilp heals tile i - SDi'i-1. re-tore Hit? I 'oHiuk'Xloi). CfM .i iiv s.iap. an exiu'Ue Kki'i llcautill.T and 'I'.P.i-t Hcimi-die is Indisiieinal.le in treating -Uui dise:i3--s ami for roui;h.c!iapod or greasy skin. blackhead-. lilo!!:M .nd baby humors. -rici:i8. K'MEiii'H i n only Infallible Wmrl p'-.rifi-ii ai.tl uii't f'-i'n ' '-autiflcrs. 4'litto. M oturbtou. . lawyer J fiw- sir.-- iiii-ittn rcirts a case of Salt l:ii.-imi iin.l.-r hi oiiM-rvaMiia far ten ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1884

l'liOCEEMiUS OF XII E iimiim mumi Convened in Austin Texas Tuesday Juauur) 1W4 at 12 il KXATK ON AT ClilUU Jia. It ISM Sonator Fleming presented a favor- able report on the bill fixing the terms of the courts pasbed th day before on behalf of tnn engrossing commit tee: also on the joint resolution. Senator Ilouuton introduced a bill. providing that the statute of limita tions shall not apply in certain class of land lelomea. Also a bill defining a lawful fence and protecting the grazing of cattle on :ne lauds of anotner ana ior tne Dunishiueat of fence cutting. Senator Klebenr introduced a bill relative to trespass on the lands of another. (senator Chesley introduced a bill to amend the school land laws. It was moved by Senator Johnson to suspend the rules and take up Sen ate bill .No. zo. ana this was done ana the bill was laid before the Senate. It is as follows: A bill to bo entitled "an act to prevent per sons inun entering me leuceu lauu oi oiu.-rs and bunting and nshluj the et...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1884

1 1) STATESMAN. I '; I ' I U 11N. TEX AM. 1 oKlflative Proceedings. Cmitimvd fim Preoclli)t Paged :i!-l tl v-n rt-c."!:v-y In order to mrot the olmr- . i ; of lann'iav lct ralculat.'d tt htiow lue in -tjiki-a UiM liave ben iiukI". I Iibto uo i .".ntv io i-vi'Olotfte for b mik i candidate i i a:.) olttce ..i to any that 1 liare lint t:e" r I not b s-icli a ;:u..lid:if hs Urn senator 1 rii IrnvU ile-infil it ueccs-uiry to stall- an !-. i;ir as Ui vu.ilor from Travis IS cotiwriird . (I.) uot tlimn It wai iiew-ssary for lilin to !; such n POlar;i;imi. In ordiT to convince - ittttialt tlmt he t;'l fit alnistiT motlvo in umiiIuh u-ls blM i-t our con-iiU-nitloii. if 1 . iuiiMlld tt-1 ir ovn-norlt was a tltlns . . imd a pert. rt rfe!". to BMiro l- mi J U !..- ; ould so tv.iiire ;i would 1; in l!S"r-lit liiiuto b-Ucvo tli:t lie hud thn ability to nil sc h au oillco nor any difloreno-jnof opinion . iatrvrr between lilm and tli nverm'- i tkki-n a liiiiiunii the puiityuf his !... 1 v.iMild i.ut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. GEX.MARMADrrcE is making an active canvass for the governorship of Missouri. Mexico would set a bis share of our nnnulation. if savagery be insti tuted. Instead of the courts and trial by peers. The tendency of public sentiment in Georgia is to do away with fencing for farms and to force people to fence their live stock. Now if we must legalize murder in any shape let us break down all legal usage? and turn men of all clas- ses upon each other as brutes. ' Pendleton's Republican civil ser- vice measure creates an aristocracy of office-holders a thing directly in opposition to the spirit of our govern- ment The town of Wharton on the line of the New York Texas & Mexican Railway is reported as Improving owing to the splendid crops that have been made in Wharton county the past year. It is said a Missouri and Kansas syndicate is after securing lease of a large tract of grazing land in the In- dian Territory not far from VInita. This is one of the finest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1884

TH E STATESMAN. w AUSTIN. TEXAS. T I Only western statesmen are When bit. I'tMidleton departs .vriate will be given l'ayne. the WTSAT Is the use ot al'tincelaw if the world is going into a cosmic stat V The unat-w are growing more lu- ii:lnus; the riry hue b;come8 bright er. I it the Ix-ginning of the end ? V E'f i.kday was deb.iting day in the feisoyte. TJv? epponeuta of Judge Terrell's till occupied most of th ' time. Eastktot T i-s atati-sinen arelook- ing on whiii th other btattsinen tru?gta in the fans;. It is no f nne- ri'l ot lhim. Kmdi:y A. Si'okk dots not think Hotiort T. Lincoln ia seriously thought o by anybody as a presiden- tial candidate. ' : TilE pop!o in J udce Ueagan'.s dis- trict u.e getting tired of ho much inter-state utate.-mansuip and so lit- tle attention to home iii -rests. The Kan Antonio Liat ia improv- ing vastly as a channel of news; and we do not mean hv this that it has not heretofore been a good one. Cosmic dust is it ? Well it is get- ting time to acc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1884

THE STAXESMAK AUHTC. TEXAS. Leglslatlre Procee4las. lOBtlnaed troin rrecWLiof Fao. SEWATK SckatkCajmbsb. Jan. -"U 1W Tha Senate met pursuant to ad journment. President in the chair. Roll called and a quorum present. - Prayer by the chaplain. Senator Pfeuffer presented a mem orial from citizens of Llano county. Drotestimr aarainat tha passage or. herd law etc Keferred to committee on stock -raising. Sena'Sa-iavls presented a report from the committee on education in regard to Senate bill No. 61. favorable to its adoption. Also on Senate bill No. 31. favorable to its adoption Senator Patton presented the report of judiciary committee Aro. 2 on Sen- ate bill No. 47 unfavorable to the bill. This is the bill giving sheriffs addi tional powers. Tne committee minx the present law ample to meet all de- mands. Also a report on Senate bill i o. 32 iavoratne to tne bin wun an amend- ment curing certain technical defects. Also Senate bill No. 57 to make wire fences lawful without the board was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 January 1884

HIE STATESMAN. AUJTIS. TEXAS HALTESTOX. . rsoocial to The Htae3iiijn.l i'. uxkston Jan. '6 The court of appeals l;lrmeilCuiiov;i vs. nlat from Weliti county; Brwwnvs Man. Irani ictoriu couuty; Kubiii- mi vs. fttat trom Washington county: Orliy t. ftnl from Webb county. iti-vci-sotl and n andol. kuurrJtlt et al vs. Storii et al. from V tuliitigton couuty: reversed and lii'inisHi'd. company vi. lrcv from Washington c nnly. Dismiiwed Holdon v. Safer from i-llionn county. Kr-verscn ana n'maiiut'cl i.nilrit A-Zi-mii-r vji. Htcni fc Martin H a I .m WntiU'Kttni. ltiv rk'd and d(s nis-d. ..-uoinli v. rlrewpr. Irani Washington. Sub- I iiteflonbrifla'orli.tu pa-tiei. Gurrro et rtl t . 8tt from V IIt hcliinrtlcr v. State 1 mn r'avette: J. innz vs. Mute Irom I)iiv.-l-. .lonzo vs. .State from Welib. Submitted i I Vf n uuil oral itiyiiturnt fr both pari. : V;.btia v. Kt. trmit llell. it Is r.im-riil Mat Pre-I'ient l'ierce. oi the 'ulvost'in. lliirrlsUurvK Man Anlonio railway Ji-en'teavuriiiir to ...

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