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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1885. J TEXAS TIDINGS. According to our exchanges the Galves- ton Wharf company's deep water enter- prise seems to lag just at present. The state has already paid the Galves- ton Wharf company money enough if judiciously expended to secure deep water. ' It is the man with a large family and a small income who fails just at the present time to find much consolation in the re- flection that ''Christmas comes but once a year." Houston Post. You take a wrong view of human nature if you suppose the man with a large family is not as anxious to see Christmas come as tho man with a small family The more little children there are to be made happy the happier the parents be- come. Tyler is the best town in Texas and has a bright future. It is the place for strangers seeking a live and growing town. Tyler Courier. That is the 8th best town in Texas. Next. Wouldn't a little stringent legislation on the subject of the responsibility of bank stockhol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1885. 4 WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1885. MR. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of the city sub- scription department of The Statesman and all complaints or notices of changes ziven to him or left at tliia office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- boys are not allowed to sell papers. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. KATES OP SUBSCRIPTION TO THE DAILT '. Daily per annum if paid in advance $10.00 Daily per montk 1.00 Weekly per annum in advance D - Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. (taines President an i Manager. Calvin Satteufield Vice-President. Peyton Brown Secretary. Yestebday Gladstone was seventy-6ix years of age. Apparently Parnell and Gladstone are about to trade and pool issues. Poetions of Connecticut were shaken up by an earthquake yesterday morning. The Bulgarians and Servians have quieted down. Bot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

i u 5 CATTLE CLATTER. PERSONAL POINTS AND NEWSY NUGGETS. DAIJ V KOUXD-UP 2Y THE STATES- 31 AX THAIL. 31 AX. Montana shipments are expected to aggregate 100000 head of beeves thin sea- son. Charley Herman of Cheyenne has sold his half interest in his herd at American Falls Idaho to hi3 partner Thomas Sparks for 110000. M. T. F. Chapman of Kingston New Mexico recently bought 2M Mexican brood mares about 100 miles below Ei Paso for $G.f0 per head. There ought to be some money in that deal. Buyers for the Victoria Refrigerator are here picking up beeves. They drove 500 head of good steers through Collin6 this morning that they purchased from Mrs. King at $20 per head. Texas Stock- man. A dispatch received this a. m. from Stanford 111. stated that the consignment of imported Polled-Angus cattle belong- ing to A. B. Mathews Kansas City were in a wreck on the Alton near that place. Drovers' Journal December 18. J. L. Franklin of Springville Texas came into Albuquerque yesterday having in h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 31. 1885. WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 !S8T. THE INDIAN PROBLEM. The Indian problem has to be solved one way or another. They must at once dissolve their tribal relations and recog- nize law and order or submit to the ex- treme measures that will have to be used against any people who stand in the path of civilization. They may have been as they doubtless were the original owners of the soil but in the ethics of national advancement how can the pioneers of progress for a mo- ment consider their right to impede its onward march. Napoleon Bonaparte was not only a warrior but a statesman and wherever the eagles floated triumphant there the civilization of France in all the purity and stremgth of its civil code took root and the conquered people caught all of the refinements of civilization that nat- urally emanated from French law. Power does not always carry with it the monopoly of right. There are minorities whose interests must ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

BLOOD ! BLOOD! BLOOD ! THURSDAY NIGHT'S HORRI- BLE BUTCHERY. THE DEMONS HAVE TRANSFERRED THEIR THIRST FOR BLOOD TO "WHITE PEOPLE. Between 11 and 12 o'clock last night while a reporter of the Statesman was en- gaged in conversation with City Marshal Lucy at Martin's shoe store corner Pri- vate Watchman Wilkie came up very hur- riedly and speaking to Captain Lucy said: "A WOMAN HAS BEEN CHOPPED all to pieces down on East Water street go down there." Instantly Marshal Lucy and the re- porter took the first carriage at hand and were driven quickly to No. 203 East Water street where the FOUL ANJJ BLOODY ASSAULT had been committed. The victim of this murderous diabolical hellish attack is a white lady the wife of Mr. M. H. Hancock an elderly man and a me- chanic. When the reporter entered the premises ha found . DOCTORS BURT AND OBAVE8 dressing the ghastly wounds in the head of the unfortunate victim. The skull was fractured in two places and blood was oozing from both. ears. Her groans o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 December 1885

8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1885. THE BOY MURDER. MRS. AIOIililE EAXES INTER- VIEWED IX JAIL. "YES I WKOTE A LETTER HUT IF I SATD ANYTHING AEOUT THE JOY I MUST HAVE BEEN ASLEEP." The readers of Sunday's Statesman were given but meagre particulars of THE GHASTLY FIND of the remains of a murdered boy in the northwestern suburbs of the city in a lo- cality known as Clarksville. The same re- port mentioned the fact that City Marshal Lucy had arrested a white man named Courtney and that upon telegraphic di- rections MBS. EANES WAS ABEESTED in San Antonio and arrived here Saturday night and was lodged in the county jail. Yesterday a representative of the Statesman visited the woman charged with the murder of her child with a. view of giving her an opportunity of making some statement explanatory of the awful situation in . which 6he was found. VVhen asked why she so mysteriously dis- appeared from home leaving her house- hold effects without having made arrange- ments ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

i v EEKIjY state sm r . . ' . tr : j4 rj . - - .' ' VOL. IvV. -- - y a- i AUSTIN TEXAS THUKSDAY JANUARY 7 18Rj. NO. 16. " i f . : i I '1 I 1 lil if 4 Ml" 1 ! !1 3 a- Si 1' t i ! Ll ISLATIVli. a.-: -iir.Lix(i f'v con I t G U E -A V A ST N U M 1112 II I 5 OF SENATOR VANCE j Or XtfU i fi O " ' ' INA TO Kit. IMC. ill ''' SERVICE. ! . AKNATR. ..January 5. Precisely at noon the iu'1 to order by S.'iia'or Sherman em. who after prayer ai d theicad- li id retoie the senate the cre- bn V. Daniel the nevtlv elected ng of: .1 Si; ... si.-i liter from Viigiuia hich were wd li.m -'O the table. Also a eoii.inunic.'ition G.ii-.er.l Franklin. nre.n.V-ilt of tha na ional vena t'.r dii. n...ie it Hi!' hii volunteer oidiois notifying the Italh of General George It. McClel- ir. !'ip' -!t- .'.i fiom the committee or. territories iirti-.i fjv .aUy ti.e bill to icgaii.e the election ill..' ti rriioiiul legislative ast-enihly of Wv- wiiug. i-.-.r this he asked.) immediate eoruithtfk vr.' .'vlii.iiii.ls said...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JANUARY 7 1886. r TEXAS OUTJ1KEAK. OF SMALL-POX AT SAX ANTONIO -PEAKS OP ITS SPKEADIXO. VITNKSSK IX A ClUMIN'Af. CASK ARKKS'f Ei FOIt 1'KH.iritY- UAI.VEHTOX HAI'I'KMXGS. fecial Telegram to The Statesman. San Antonio. January a. This niornln". at Shiner's corral. In thin city a Mexican man Mini Ilia two children were found seriously ill with emall- pox. At niHin a woman In another purl ol the city wo found with the nam disease. The parties hvl held no communication w It It ii other. They were at once removed to the pest-house. It is not known aow the malady wax Imported. I'rompt measures have been lnk.-n for the suppression of the epidemic rears arc I'liinwwil that mure rawn will otrur. It la impossible to tell how many pie have Is-en In contact with thi rawm already dis- covered. Thi" lariiP .Mexican population of the city makes th entrance of the diwuee particularly to lie dreaded. GEORGETOWN. KNKJIITS OK I'YTMIAS 1XSTAI.I.A- TIOX-I.OCA I. MATTKII....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

.. V TEXAS TIDINGS.' V ' . ' "' " ' " ' ... i. k. Kiran .ae of the- oldest ncvt- t -"pap.-r muu in Vhu Ltate though young r.ii haud.sor;w in yeat-s.Stalesnian. 4 Ojod I .oid! how this world is given to flattery. Palestrae Advocate. . We kuew yon would be jealous but the truth had to be epoken end a line drawn somewhere. " t . .With Ihis isUJ Is completed the thirty- second volniue'bf the Palestine Advocate. Istt blinhod 'in January 1851 the Advo- cate lius.-vith the exoeption of four years' ui-f. Vision during the war been a con- 1 visitor to the homes and firesides of ' 't? j i'JS'ad of patrous for thirty-six vintj. .axpeots so to continue its week- ly v; .'.' ; long hs it is sufficiently snp- pwrteV ' '. nainuiued by an appreciative public A .('"e'htifttf Advocate. Tbe editor of ' tho Palestine Advocate li4.wm at his . case ever since he f.rfci. hii paper .in 1851 except the four year hti was in ' he war learned his trade of .'tfaj'r Dan licGary's youngest son. Tha Galvtcii .News ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JANUARY 7 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AV.sTIN TKXAS. TIIVmDAY. ..ISl"AHY T lt6. Mil. V. A. SC'Orr U In charge f the city snb- wripti.m department of Tiik Ktatkmiax and all torn plaint nr notice of chanjjru f iven to him or left at this 7iiv will Iip pri.mpt attention. Suhserilier wlui do not revive their paper reu- )r!.T are re.iiieted Ui notify the office. Carrier- boja aro notalh.wd to MI paper. KATKS OH l'IIS( KIl'TION. hatch or hl-iiwiimhok to tiik haii.t: Oally per annum H paid In advance $10.00 Daily per moiifi ' Weekly fvr annum In ailvar.ee V 110 Sample coplea aent free on application. Addrewi KTATKSM AN ITIil.lSHIXd CO. Wm. I'. Uaineh. President and Manaeer. Calvin Kattkiikikld Vice President. Pkttom Biiowm. Hecretarr. Ir mat not be amiss at the coinnienc- raent of the year to thank our friends for their influence in extending the circula- tion of the Daili una Wkkkli Htatksmak. We Imve said very little about it but per- haps no other paper in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JANUARY 71886. - :; r . s a f l-- 1 0; ' f ! ' "A 4- 7 m sl y I 1 " f ' '.1; L;::ciV t i ) THE: FATHER SPEAKS. BRIEF INTERVIEW WITH MR. JAMES PIIILEIPS. ME stoutly denies the guilt of his Wounded SONS ; Yesterday morning's Statesman contain- ed a report to the eifect tkat James Phil- . lips jr. husband of Mrs. Eula Phillips who was murdered Christmas eve night ; HAD BEEN ABBESTED on a warrant issued from Justice von ' Rosenberg's court. In this the repor- ter was incorrectly informed. The ar- rest was made upon a charge sworn out by at deeotive that he committed the awful deed. The young man is in such a physical condition from the effects .of the wounds received on his head . V .. . THE . NIGHT OF THE MUEDJ1E that he oannot give any intelligent ao- j- count of the affair. In his deliriums he sometime) says a peddler with a big pack did it then again he says some one else did it. His father Jumes Phillips j'Sr. who has lived here for thirty- four yea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

7 1 H Jr. 'KMUm.-' FISTitL fUA.TKE. Ju.irti. lr. cf thi S'ia Mur 'iw Yt aUii Mr. M. Hull tidltiir of tic it. of tKo snme jdat hvc 1 i feet of the .tm'rij of tLa fornmr 6 ! 'Uonn.. ro' Jio luiU lUvj uuat a iv. Ore ra t t Irnve II V I been In very clone quarter both Sf roUud down the atepi together in it rut le neither of them can be consid- tir' J 4erj dangerous with the derringer hf.a '. i rolver mile either pintol happens to tro off accidentally nnd wounds the i.iim that has it in posnettnion. ''i bag pardon hovever for jcHting a.nv.t -inch a aerlou matter. We regret ri'u-'"ingly to hear of anything of the l i i! i jenring between men wlione duty it is t sell as mnch by example as theory. 1 "i ' innot always control their tempers v. i . ! aied almost beyond endurance and if : CO1; : V. '(." Hull who seems to have been the Ive party felt offended at the of the Free Tress and vinced he could not rend that ia- j.i- ..'i! control his temper ho might have to 'tid iclief from vexation by...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JANUARY 71886. .TJ- I t r s ' COUNTY FINANCES. COLLECTOR MORRIS' QUAR- TEItLY REPORT. TREASURER JERNIGAVS SEMI- ANNUAL. STATEMENT. Following is the quarterly report of occupation taxes collected by A. R. Mor- ris county collector of Tvavis county for the quarter ending December 31 1885: Billiard tables Beer license ; '.. Cotton buyers .... Dentists Land agents Lawyers : Liquor dealers retail Liquor dealers by quart. ..." Livery stable keepers Merchants commission " sixth class " seventh . . . ; Pddlers foot Auctioneers Bill posters Gas companies Hobby horse ' Merchants second class " third class " fifth class Peddlers with one horse Pawnbrokers Photographers Circus.. . 1 Concerts ' Exhibitions '. Total amount collected state $10750 " " county 6370 Grand total of all occupations collected.. $18120 Following is the semi-annual statement of Mr. A. J. Jernigan county treasurer for six months ending December 31 1885: I - KECK1ITS. Cash balance June 30. 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 January 1886

;r:f. - f t-: 4.5 ! i II . I : i ' : I v. r- I -I j I 1 ' r . i ' ' ! ' . V Jv ' j il ". & y 1 4 I ; "4 I- ft' i.. M CATTLE CLATTER. I'F.KSONAIj I'OINT.S vni nkv sv M ;(;Krs. IIA11.V Kdl'ND-ri' UV TIU!SI All-i MAX TKAII. MAN'. T!h SRl'l'ta knur. ti.ii mndft hr Mm- editor of TI.e fi. tli Cocord to III mi iriuitinn f round h;s been Ciriuriujf P provi d by Ktocliiion a'l i atorlc jnnrn;iU. ! Rtoc!( Ji'iirnid Htiv-: T!f m land atrip often called "A i i V J iun1" .is ailuated in the heart of fit I'nc' laud on the continent. Mnii.i'i lv wnlred by Braver creek .vi ! if' !.il...fries and thickly paatured r ! ii 1 1' i i ) fllo mid (jrnmiiia (traaaeH it n "') iil.i' oxe of thone countrieH you : i I iii. mt. The atrip i n portion of the . -r .-j f-i id to the United States by I :: Lr. ). It conipii.ses r7U) nquiire mi!' '-. ii .07:$ iierci and uudr lis ... -i.l ' :. r.iln' w.'J. :itioim in capable of well hiw- . 250000 head of ran(? ct- h) haa never been attached hi 1 (in ;et for liidieia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 January 1886

ATTSTIN- mm JL mm- .u.rpA r "ill 'Cell-41 $ drjlce ' rifled . May mt t;n-. : short H loi:t r f. 1ft .;-.o c ' - -T 'P'iL " " ' Ki: VGA OK TKXAS MAKES A STKONdi SPEECH IX THE IIOl'SK. HIS AH K.VIti N M E X T O F. Til E 1 J ES I- DEXTAXD THE ANTI-StL-'y VER DEMOCRACY. Wanhiniiton January 11. A liuinlior of peti- tions were presctited praying for suspension of sil""r coinage. Mr. Harrison reported favorably for the roni-liiiil-ie on tenitories on original liill to admit Da- kota and provide for the organization of tlu terri- tory of Lincoln. Mr. Knth r renewed the right to submit a minor- ity import if after perusal and consideration of (lie majority report he should conclude to do so. Air. Harrison from the same committee re- ported adversely on the resolutions heretofore oilei id by Messrs. liutlcr and A'est calling for in- u .- s as to the organization of a state govern- ment in Dakota. '1 lie resolutions were? placed on tiie i- ilendar. iVv. Morgan offered u resolution relating to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JANUARY 14.18S6. THE BUZZARD. HIE KKVKHKST COM) EVKli KNOWN IN TKXAiS MKll- WllY UK LOW ZKKO. . MUCK ENS FKOZKV TO DKATII OX Til Kill HOOSTH AM) I'HJS IN TIIKIIt BKIIS. fperlarTIeleirram to The Statesman . Gai.vrhton. January.- The blizzard (lint struck the ritT last evening prevailed All night with nna- hated fiirv nil throughout the day people did nothitv' 'nnirh beside bug their stove and talk about Ilia Intensity of the rold. At (I o'clock this morning the thermometer registered USalwive rem. or VI ' below freezing point Thi I" the eolrioHt we. thr recorded here mnre the lgnal ser- vice Htiition ha been etabllhed here In 171. Tha coldest weather prior to thi wa IHS almve xero In Decemhor I1'. The wind blew with mi average velocity of thirty five mile per tionr all last nig'.t and today hilt I subsiding somewhat to night with lgn of moderating. Ice formed on the small freb water lake down the Island to the tblikncn of three or four lnch--omethins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 January 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JAN UAU 1SSG. ; - TKX VS TIDINGS. (Salta tin Tribune. ' An exchange aska: "is there a personal dsrtl - There is son there is. He - has btyn doing . business in Austin for some time.;. W o Examiner. - i-V ill the Aistin murderers are at large. Ill In ;t blotch oa the escutcheon of the state thai ihess terrible crimes cannot be un- r'ied. Jabipt.'Vaa Times. The allijitor trade is looming up again on the coast. This business has brought fcbout $75XK) into the country within the lust two 7 Jars. - ! sredoTiraes. " In Galveston they-tax a poor man for sll be is worth; and moderate the rate aa (l e assessmsnt mounts np into the thous- o;ids. O the rarity ot Christian charity ! I (niaon New. The atmosphere surrounding Donison is atill heavily charged with electricity nd the forked fluid is liknly to strike the postoffioe at any moment. "Barkis is w llinV . . B.yan Enterprise. The Hendricks Monument association f Indianapolis adopted a resolution to )k no a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 January 1886

K4 I ( I ! -' t n It : i i f t - i "V I 4 l WEEKLY STATESMAN. Ai:HTIN TEXArt. THTKSI'AY. . JAM'AHY 14. IHWf It A TICS OK SI'HmCKII TiOX- One month Three niont.i.. Mix month' Twelve monlhfi. $ 1 nr ft.no HUJH WKKKI.r. Rix moat's Twelve'itioiitlifl Invaiiiahi.y is A in a nck. Post; free tn !l parts of tailed Matin and ( nmla. Ilemlt hy draft on untin J'. . 11101117 order pof UJ not rirlHierel letter or e.tpiens- -Samplr . rnplo sent frm on appliistliin. All Paoteici Dukiivtimku at tiik Kximiiation . or tiib Tim: I'aiii roit. Hubwriber will please observe tin- dale on their wrapper.. Subscriber Llilni; address of paper eliMieed will state in tliHlr application toth the old and new aldrea. Mil. K. A. SCOTT In In i-hari; of the city nub criptioa department of Tux Ktatknman and all romplainto or noticea of chaiiKeti Riven to lilm or left at this o.llce will have prompt attention. Subscriber who do not receive their paper rejni larljr are requested to notify the office. Carrier- koya are n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 January 1886

1 : i A X fled do ' riot desire .to sever -their connection with the association but obeying the instructions given me at the last annual meeting until they are jiut square on the books at this meeting. I will be coinpellert to drop them from tiie roll. torae or tnem disclaim membership altogether.iind strange as it may appear yet it is true some of those very members' sat wim us in two conventions served on tne committees ana in a few instances held ofllce hi the association. Others can- not be found because of my utter inabil- ity to give correct postoffice addres For further and more explicit corres- pondence upon this trail question refer- ence is made to the secretary's letter book which is made a part of this report. A two thousand dollar obligation was incurred and this association did not have the funds to meet it. The services re- quired of the a rent were faithfully per- formed on his part and failure to accom- plish the ends in view was no fault of his We were in honor bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 January 1886

I ay i;K!.V statesman. WAi :i TU : I'll Hi:ilTKlNTS. ' Tlu prohibition party iu fact the- tem- perance party which we Jo not menu to confound with the former party lias bten unfortunnte ia having nrirnns and public picker'; whose zeal disturbed their judgment ami whovr fanaticism com- pletely blinded th'-m to nil fairness lead- in;; them to reckless personalities that has injuruii t.tm ler.r.ice. which s regard ns piu'i enus". The Taylor Citizen read via phiiipic for quoting from an exchange ft .-Utflmcnt. that over one hundred per- kiiii .4 wore UTcsled in Atlanta Georgia on Christmas day. ami jatied for being drunk mill disorderly nnd Tim STATKhM add- ing: "And still they claim that prohi- bition probjbiis. The Tavtnr Citien suvs that in Ihr.t paragraph tin I V. I E IN wili'ullly mi tint prohibi-v'h-ct at At- led ihu ;ui!i! a it asserts lion had not g:in into l n.t.i. the Ihpir ti 1 1 having obtained an injunction (1'aiMst t!ic execution hr. Wc were aware of thai and wen f the i a...

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