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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 March 1854

jrrwvv -rt.A V .ul iisr. ;ai'sSSZf!'5?"w''Tyj I'rf MONOMV ON THE DEATH OF OHAIITjES iiy J.VMK3 a. iiKvr.niuai:. wfcun. TU over thus! 'lis over thus I Life's brightest hopes decay And thdsc a'.'o love the most on ctuth Are first to puss nvvay. The very Holers we nursed with ente The gai den's boast and pride t'irst bent beneath the winter's blast Then bowed their heads mid died ii "Its ever thus 1 'Tis ever thus ! Dentil shrouds oilr path in gloom And snatches fioin sonic happy lioine A gem to deck the tomb Tot for His wuH-knowii .step we M Although wo Know in vain. Ami hope gainst hope his nullify voice Khali gladden cm th again. 'Tis limit to feel that one ?o young Ho full of all lire's al Should lill the cold and silent tomb' .Should ee.isc to love and feel ; For oh ! his heart was all a mine Of reeling deep and true' The spot where every noble th'cnfgh'l And kindly virtue grew.' vhile sorrowing o'er hi.i lonely grave A sister's holy grief Kuibiilms the memory of u life So spotles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 March 1854

Vf-Mjp - if m- i hll ir TM J y - LV i wm mv NOTICE TO THIS CREDITORS OF THi; LATE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. The creditors of tho late ltupnbllc of Texas are hereby notified thai by nn net of the Legislature of thu State of Texas aproved Feb. Iltli 18.11 the provisions of the net entitled "An net to pro- vide for ascertaining the debt of Hie late Republic of Texas approved March '20th 1818 litis been ex- tended until the lRlilny of Angus!- 1855; therefore nil holder of nny of the liabilities of tin; late lie- public which have not been heretofore adjudicated whether the same be Htock bonds treasury notes nuditcd paper unliquidated claims or tiny other description of debt whatsoever will present the name for adjustment to the Auditor and Comptrol- ler nt their office in Austin on or before the date aforesaid (August 1st 18fn) or the name are by the statute aforesaid declared forever barred. Parties forwarding claims by mall to the under- Figncd under the provisions of the act aforesaid tho c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 23 March 1854

YOL. i. MrvTSswwsr; MRSWKW33 P i P T li LBGISLATVRB. 5I!J5JHE house. W. I WEEKS ISeiorie Jim. 27 1854. On iho bill for the relief of Leslie Combs the amendment offered by Mr. Crawford of Washington being before the House Mr. VONTKESS said : I hope Mr. Speaker the amendment will not be adopted because 1 think it would do great injustice to one of the first credit- ors of the late Republic of Texas. 1 will now briefly notice the arguments of the gentleman from "Washington the sense or gist of which is that Mr. Leslie Combs has refused to comply with the laws of Texas with his claim. lie takes up the statutes of Texas and reads there- from for the purpose of showing this. He then states that Mr. Combs never did file the evidences of his debt in the Trea- sury Department of the United States. This is not true sir ; and I only need to present the facts to show it. Every mem- ber has upon his table a statement of the facts by the very man from whom the gentleman quotes from which I will n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 23 March 1854

rasotswrsF -ass gaaacagfiiW.A;.r rtwaroMMugureaeaapriMaasgjq ni J kLruwgjiiM'u i.jaxmuu.auAiiJ!MLiWj!SuxjataeESJUx nvo shivering by tho lire I sat in one spot and caught seventy-seven bass thirty catfish and seven sun-perch in a lew liours 'with a single rod. All tho branch- es of this river aflbrd the finest sport ima- ginable for the angler at nil seasons of tho year. The temperature of the Colorado is al- ways nearly that of the atmosphere. Its great purity and its clean rocky and . -well-shaded banks make it a delightful river for bathing. No mud is ever found in its channel and it is remarkably free from obstructions. Its transparency cnu- bles the bather or the angler to discover the obstacles which in more turbid streams interfere with his pleasure. Tho city of Austin is situated near the head of navigation upon it. At Mount Bonncll where it leaves tho lower falls tho bottom commences and gradually widens to its mouth. At the city a. part of which is built upon its prairie it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 23 March 1854

-Jg jt4-rgBT""' - mt1 "mi JWWfti3v'X " aBaini2rjiriMMa!BitU'iiSy-a A Parariisc for Pri safer s. Id is generally supposed that of all tin mechanical arts that of type-setting is the most laborious. There is some truth in this but it must not bo forgotten that it is likewise the most lucrative. Print- ers arc well paid everywhere hut in Now Orleans they enjoy an enviable lot. Think of their askimr. aye ami receiving fifty cents per thousand ems. Earning in these tough limes with moderate labor more in a week than one-half of the best book-keepers in our city. "When wo re-1 Jlect that New Orleans is the cheapest ' place to live of any in the Eastern States ; ' far cheaper than New York that in the ' latter place the printers struck for 87 ecnts per thousand cms and obtained it1 only in some instances that New York i enjoys unexampled prosperity Avhilc New ! Orleans has suffered during the past year i from a devastating epidemic a low stage fact that in California a girl may use of wate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 23 March 1854

EzSH "iwrtiM - WWWWPWgfpWPPWIWWH mCwwMi iw--"' "W ' i. -.i "wfjf (.i.-f f' if-Ay- F w .SB." '- w iwim iiirini.'wt'iljHjummu.Uiu ujjUMiMB'fain.-jj ttajr.ai imi.-7t-t jj m .. mi jm imhiwii nn..j amiweww ii iiiip' 'iu'ju ' i.umim irii.').. -j.k ' I nil- xwjuwhhin ...mew ...... ' WJ ?' fe : Us : ISzu-. rv v NOTIK TO THE CREUITOItS OP THE LATE REPUBLIC OP TEXAS. The creditors of tho Into Republic of Texas are hereby n6tificd that by nn net of llio Legislature of the" Sta(6 of Texas approved Feb. ilth 1351 thojn-ovisiohs of the nctentitlcd " An net to pro- vido foU ascertaining tho dobl of the Into "Republic of Texhsjrnpprovcd March 20lhj 18'18 1ms been ox- tendcu-uniu tuo m uay 01 AjiguBt iuoo; incrcioro all (holders of any of tho linuHitics.of tho Into Kc- ; public .-which havo not been heretofore adjudicated S3'liethidr4hc same bestoek bonds treasury notes t. audited paper unliquidated claims or any other s description of debt -whatsoever -will present tho C same forTuljUBtmeiU to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 March 1854

r rW- . pil HjjU llll I n am ilflU m 1A uu fawKSa EhKonnJ Ufa TVT nraft 4 PffDII Ml m ca 11 nil d 1 f f f f r HI ii J HJii Jn cuJ a 1 tLHl AAU1 drS UU till JJJ 11 I r YOL 1. zikjmuxuj msgarcs ju.x.ivr.iivjiMmnaa&izirMii FIFTH LEGISLATURE. DEBATESJNTIIEJlOSK W. F. WEEKS Reporter. Remarks or Mr. McCuHoela On the School Bill. Mr. Speaker: This is an important measure. This is a measure in which eve- ry man woman and child in the State is deeply interested : it is one to which the eye of every parent and every honest guardian throughout this land is espe- cially directed ; and why ? Because up- on the intelligence of the citizens depends the prosperity of the country and the stability of our institutions; institutions which have been bought by the blood and treasure of our ancestors and handed down to us by our. revolutionary fathers and which should be sustained by us at every hazard. And while some arc by their praiseworthy exertions doing all in their power to enable our citizens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 March 1854

rs u E-. P 8 f Mn...t. t ft V iH 31T- jMfe U Sh f W $ gaijgwWr.K7cutixTyTCi'Svgrga; f lji am Mt Cittm JO. WAIKi;Rl'li01'liIlif0H & l'PDUSllEK "" JOHN S. FORI) KIMTOK. AUSTIN SATURDAY MAHOII 25 1851. Court Martial. A military Court- ranrtial will assemble here on the 17 th day 1 of April for the trial of Surgeon Stoincr t . charged with killing Major Arnold. The Court will consist of thirteen members and two Supcrnutaicrics. Gen. Ilarnoy is President of tho Court and Capt. Blair of the lliflcs is Judge Advocate. "Wo liave not learned tho names of the officers t composing tho Court. Quaok Advertisements. Wo arc almost daily annoyed with applications tffrom vondors-and patentees of quack nos trums tOi.publisht.tkcir advertisements at &r about u one-fifth 'of the price charged by this ofiico for other advertisements of equal length. Wo have no desiro what- ever to make the Times tho medium of circulating indelicate advertisements at fcVcii our published rates of advertising; cl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 March 1854

'wwMnMi s. nmvnjsg$)i hL r 5 - ; if yMr.'iH f 'jtAgac ;MgSimmiivAMJ.-JatateiMgiay3;Xs:SA be filed" and notice given to the opposite oi' notorious at tho time of making the orally control the course and distance but whore the corner is nob established party under the statute (Hart. Digest Art. 745.) - It istrifling with the court to introduce ;i bill of sale in evidence made by an ad- ministrator pro tern. as helms no right whatever to sell property without an or- der of the Probatb Court to that effect. A fraudulent vendor cannot set up his own fraud to avoid his own acts howev- er fraudulent. Smith & Jones vs. llAFAEL GrAllZA et at J3c.ar county. "Where no written law can bo lounu defining the duties of a public officer and no instructions to him are procured there is no reason why secondary evi- dence to these "points should be exclud- ed especially the evidence of one who had the best opportunities for informa- tion as to these duties. Previous to the passage of the coloni sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 March 1854

v miii.i.'u-J- -"- ijm J A' hi-' ' &H1 l?5 m ft EBS'I W r t if: t I. t ' b?H t' ' ft NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OP TUB LATE REPUBLIC OF TUNAS Tho creditors or tho late Republic of Texas nro horoby notified that by an act of the Legislature of tho Slate of Texas approved Feb. 11th 1851 the "provisions of the net entitled "An act to pro- vido for ascertaining iho debt of tho lato Republic of Texas approved March 20th 18-18 has been cx- . tended until tho 1st day of August 1855; therefore nil uuiucrs ui mij in uu iiuiiiuiius ui mi: nuv nc- public which havo not been heretofore adjudicated whether tho same bo stock bonds treasury notes nudltcd paper unliquidated claims or any other description of debt -whatsoever will present tho same for adjustment to the Auditor and Comptrol- cr at'thoir office In AuBtin on or beforo the date aforesaid (August 1st 1855) or tho same aru by tho statute aforesaid urclnral Forever barred. Parties forwarding claims by mail to tho undcr- l Bigncd under tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 28 March 1854

lit! fins st oni 1 1; $ CfvjT ii'ti Mill I LI i; tin nil mrJ A f I' 'I Pi (P 1A iJtiJc JJdl VOL 1. f KTsarttroaocaKn; ?.vrsW'Anr.ry3Kscpxja:fVKr smT A 12J3H to ;u&ct &smcl Tittcs. Mr. ARMSTRONG said Mr. Presi- dent : I say in reply that I too am an old Texan as well as the penal or from Brazoria ; and it is both my interest if regarded and my feelings to secure tin hcadri ghts of the old citizens. This bill has that object. If the senator is the friend of the old Tcxian '-why does he not join mo in giving that protection? This bill confirms the hcadriglit grants to co- lonists which issued before the loth of November 1835 ; and also gives any party interested in suit to plead any mat- ter of law or of fact which the State can plead against the titles to large laud claims. What hotter protection can the old settler have than the power of testing the vulidity or strength of his adversary's title. To deny him that right or privi- lege is leaving to the other party all the advan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 28 March 1854

rvJJW"rJ.uo.JllLU .xjium-uu. k u. jj.ajj wttaa f.i iiilTrvrCTrgnBglL.IUiJ.iUaLlK w h B. fc 1' ;L EVlr. proportion of tho American pcoplo who "will oontinuo to bcliovo him innocent. rHis personal popularity about Washing- ton was great and a strong sympathy for his unhappy fate pervades tho great mass of the community. 1 U AttlUP.LLilXilU.iJ. I l)ttouifateiitiHi - i ' i I -- : l .--. -j-s JO. WALKER PROPRIETOR & PUBLISHER 0D11N S. FORD EIUTOK. AUSTIN TUESDAY MAKOII 28 1854. Kate Clarendkn by Emerson Ben- "' nett. This is tho title of another volume - of tho series of moral talcs now in tho tcourso of publication by T. B. Peterson Philadelphia. We have not read the pre- sent volume but judging from " Viola" JIJ The. Forged Wili;":an'd other works by mo same autnor we iiazavu nominee in commending 'Kate Clarendon. These irels are all written with great force and tho style is chaste and beautiful. The steamboat Reindeer collapsed a flue yen the 18th instant at Louisville killing and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 28 March 1854

-ZVrfff.1 n Gila and the Colorado of the West; the commerce of the sea of Cortez will sup- ply it with the freight of their untold wealth. Tho branches of this route will diverge from tho musquite plains between the Colorado and tho Brazos. The con- .t .... i i. ...:n ... il. ncctinf nortnern ui-unuii vuu uiubo ww s i TT1 11. V i 1. I.j Brazos at the lircat x'ans Avnere uicrcj is rock for bridges pass through Eastern Texas to the Mississippi. The Atlantic ' and Gulf line will descend the Colorado to La Grange cross the Brazos at Hi- dalgo Kails above Washington and pierce thc Gulf at Galveston. All this is prat- tumble: and as it is ncccssarv although no prophet I assert that its consumma- is inevitable. To give you a further idea of its stipe riority and cheapness of the southern above all other routes I Avill furnish a table of comparative distances. .Krom Memphis to "Fulton 300 miles. " Kulton to llio Grande SOO u " ltio Grande to San Diego .... 850 " Total . . 1(J50 .From St. Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 28 March 1854

'T; '""WtMWF ..-ninvggtrr Wfjgp "Piy"iWV" T TW-JU'www t"v mar n vol u wary- i iwwmwxb)m wwmcjw ji:kw nl o. T1 the as- A &-$H 11 tkJB GRAND SCHEME! .From Astsiin to California; IN THREE DAYS ! ! ! JOHN BRKMOND Pecan street first llrick Slorc below Cohgress Avenue 1ms just received nnd ofiera for sale at the lowest cash prices tlio follow- ing tirliclcs : . GROCERIES. Coffee Sugar MolnSSes Ten Jlour Rice Potatoes Crackers Western Cheese Pino Apple Cheese Figs Raisins Curinnts Goose- berries Cranberries Lobsters Oysters Ulams An- chovies Scallops kc. j ul?o all kinds of Presetted Priiits hermetically sealed Beans Peas etc. be- tides a"litrgo and complete assortment of ' HARDWARE CUTLERY QUEENSWARE NAILS SCREWS HINGES. PULL1KS CROWBARS CHAINS Ac. kv. In addition to all of which he has the most taste fully selected Prints Silks Ribbons Muslins and Bonnets and Gentlemen's Rcndy-inado Clothing of nil descriptions Hats Roots Shoes India Rub- ber Goods etc. Austin March -1 1851. M:tf CIG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 March 1854

&IM m r 1 ! f i EMpu jngo WCtys- ' I"! ta tUa LVo. in 5 amah. WWW IS II 111 I n 1 ra ft ill ji n)j Jl Jni Ii n nl Tl1 illfi5 Tln tinf I i 'ErK-J EkJJ . 2Sftl VOL. 1. iOftJA):m;muiu.wai...:iJK;MMuiafticsn5; FIFTH LEGISLATIVE. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. January 20 1354. The bill commonly known us the ; teen Section Bill" Dcing before tlio House Mr. BERRY said: I -believe Mr. Speaker the question before tlio House- is the passage of the bill ; and in the an- ticipation that some of its friends may move the previous question I desire to state to the House some of the reasons "which -will govern my vote. 1 have hith- erto voted on most of the great measures of the session in silence. They have ge- nerally been presented in such a way that it was impossible for any member to apeak to the main question; and I have cheerfully foregone the privilege believ- ing that X could sustain myself before the people upon the votes I have given. On this question however before the vote is taken I do des...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 March 1854

! be M l"M. w Yn c tv.' and a most outrageous slur upon the UHon. Mayor and Council of "Ncck-or- ? nomine n "Well you sec Bob" snid Uncle iJoeh "there I was between tiro fires balancing as I may say between pock- narks and tho cramps ; hut finally I con- JltUt;U fcV lDXfc lUU UUUMO Ul IJ141UV V VV BPMUi-pox : ior my present wuc you ;f"lui6w Bob ain't by any means hearty and I thought it would bo best to save my good looks for fear I might want to g6 a courtin' agin. I have always no- ticed Bob when people know they don't stand exactly plum on their own pins . "tipy arc oternally picking at the found- ' atinnn of nflior fnllfq; nnd flint. ih t.lin il'--T- :-..::: " V yes thatis'truo enough Undo Josh" Tsfl;j butwhatj about tho fight with f.Vw Indiana over on tho .Llano r V'Oh yes! well as I was sayin' wo L $ck tho trail of the Ingcns and follow- 1d'tdSnakocrcek wbich wo swum not far from where tho town of ' ' Lick-Skillot' ' mow is; and about ten miles boyont there we cum to the Llano...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 March 1854

8 1' t iiwjw iJtiwj.tu.iwamBtaaMPtei!; Where may Rest Ie Found. Tell mc ye winged winds That round ray path-way roar Do you not know some spot Whsrtf mortals weep no more ? Some lono and pleasant dell Some vnlloy in the West Where- freo from toll and pain- The weary soul may rest? The low winds softened in a whisper low And sighed for pity ns they answered No 1" Tell mc' llio'u mighty deep Whoso billows round me phiy Know'st thonr some favored spot Some island far nway Where wretched man may find The bliss for which he sighs? Where sorrow never lives- And friendship never dies? The loud waves rolling in perpetual flow- Stopped for a while and answered "Nut" And thou screncst moon That with such holy face Dost look upon the earth Asleep in night's embrace Tell mc in all thy rounds n Hast thou not seen some spot Wlicre miserable man Might lind a happier lot ? Behind a cloud the moon Avithdrcw in woe And a voice s tveet but sad responded " No I" Tell mc my secret soul 01 tell me Hope a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 March 1854

?srr Ch ' rr'rrrrrJw'iirnyiirrmm.irWtr9n.'wt rmrn'wm' rvnrosar-"" Ji- iii.n x"j apo wrtwT&ncr 1 k 1 U'i. mi otf; tfe grtt w k 'M -K- rft Urn1' . If is En jk .m ir-. ' I1 M S vW I tf -mf aif ' . !! iv Bfiff V in- M AWSWltf COf.IJKUJU. UII5 nourishing luBthuilon located nl Htuita- "Villc. Wiilller countv. Texns. e now rniniiMf!. ly organised itinl in full operation. Having ft beau- tiful Edifice a full corps of TcnclicrB u good LI- jurary n micnlicl Apparatus llio run numbei-.of collegiate cIusecs formed nud also it choice eobi- liict .of curiosities parents have now an opporluni- 1 t.v of iriviutr their sons in our own Sinis.n llnliilif.il Ruollei'ialc education. Mmmf VAct'Ltv Rov. Daniel Baker 1). 1).. President and Profes- sor of .Mental and Moral Science. .. Rev. N. A Pcnlund A. M. Vice President and '3?rofossur of Ancient and Mortem Langungcs. JUv A. E. Thorn A. M. Professor of .Mathema- tics aqa"Nntural Science. Rev. W. D. Soniervilie A. M. Adjunct Professor 6f Language's. c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 1 April 1854

T ''mFmmmm&e28m' aa; ""m. ' ' "-JBtm... . - - "P""" "'" 'T"Tg-""-; f Ickuuu wUiJi tii EJ r - ". i-t.t. rmrmymmmmrmmr linn ran1 tMJ tHl ffDi J j w a Is J I I P F Iff I ra llfi!' Ii S l ferfl Vtr y fverwS Cj-wcU tratfiuau ni it ire id S 1 11 to 11 I f I in ml (Lj VOL. 1. . sgirjCT.srtr::cyyy;v3ST i;h pipflTlBfllSLATDBf DEBAfinNWKHOSE '" wTf. WEEKS Kcjwrlcv. "" Januaky 2( 1854 Upon the amendment ofljsfccd by Mr. (Speaker) Runnels to Uiplvw Bill Mr MOORE of Pplk said: I nave no desire to say anything contrary to the wishes the feelings or desires of any ecntleman upopJthis floor or to those ol the friends gftlris measure. 1 have been somewAwtt' acquainted with this bill from itfl""mcipiency. 'This measure lias been spoken of from the commencement of the present session. It is the result of a con- sultation among the numerous friends of the rivers of the State: and although 1 have not the honor to know the commit- tee who reported back this bill still I am very well aware of the moti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 1 April 1854

ttxmMtim. JOWR OPIOCTOR'ft PUBLISHER john n voiid rniToiC AUSTIN SATUHDAY APRIL 1 185 J. JKaT" An interesting letter will be found jn-thia day's paper from Lt. T. J. "Wood of tlio 2d dragoons to which wo invite tho attention of .our readers. Every pa- ragraph containing information on the to- pography &c of the country and more particularly that region through which it Jb contemplated to build the Pacific rail- .' road is important at this time; and we gladly avail ourselves of any opportunity to lay such information beforo the public. - ; TlIE INDERAL CouitT. At the late term of the Federal Court at Galveston tho 18th Judicial District of the State -Navarro Limestone Freestone and some other counties were added to tho United ' States District Court at Austin so as to - conform to tho Stato Supreme Court Dis- ! itricts. Heretofore this section has be- 1 g v longed to the Tyler District. c The change is calculated to promote p tho convenience of tho peoplo and bar. & -- jl BS...

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