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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 29, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 m  '.V  fC  Í  County News.  JAMES A. LOWKY, PüBLISHBK  A Wtekly Nivrspaper—Devoted te the Derelopmemt ^ Abilene, Tayler County, uid the "Abilene Country'  lEBMS, $1.50 PES YEAÜ  VOLUME 7.  ABILEm TAYLOK COUIsT^Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1891.  XTMBEE U  "PIEO. HEVCK, President.  J . G. LOWDON, Cashier  WM. CAMEEON, Vice-Pres. |  THE ABILENE ?^ATIONAL BANK,  nnnni ASUIATinil ■ ^ submitted to t^ qualified voters | prascriljed by law issue i?uch writs a? : jmi^-e? th-reof >Iiall havo power to issue jn'sr^s of rb^ Supreme C n-  nnillli U iVl U i I I I N oi the State on the s^nd Tuesday in | may be nece.-sary to enforce its own m- , write of haboa-s oornu?. mandamus, in- ^"''tninal At tr-  I IIUULnlfIn I iUll i August. A. D. 1S91. J^se favoring its I risdiction. The Court of Criminal Ap-^ juacriou, aud certiorari, and all writs i^'^rruT l--:  --- ; adoption shall have written or printed J peals shall have power, r.pon affidavit or : necessary to enforce their jurisdiction. by -¡le iT>)'-vrn :■ M:-.  ^ By the Governor of the State ^ words "For local ; otherwise, to ¿iscertain such matters of: The District Court shall have apr>ellate ; inccet'din^--tnerJ r^;- 'ii,  I ^ 1 control;" those opposed to its adoption | fact as may be necessary to the exercise of i jurisdiction and general control in pro- riieji^.o-  of Texas. shall ha%-e written or minted on their ■ its jurisdiction. The Court of Criminal | bate matters over the County Court es- justices ot'lit-l  ballots the words "A||»inst local con- , Appeals shall sit for the transaction of ; tablished in each coiintv. for appointing  c ' f (  -.1 rî  ■ • ' • Ì  : •  Whereas, the Twenty-second Legislature at its late regular biennial ses- !  troL'  business from the first Monday in Oc :o-i ber to the last Saturdav of June in ea:^h  guardians, granting letters testamentary and of idministration, probating wills.  Largest Banking InstUuiion in the Abilene Country. This Institution is Managed in the Jnterent of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Country. We Would Like Your Business.  Bion which adjonrnecl on the 13th ^ (Senate J. B. Xo. 16.) J&fni fte,oiutio„ t® ^vear, at the State Capital anu two other | for settling the account's of executors.  of April, A. D. 1891, passed the follow-i ing five Joint Resolutions in the manner  Amend Sectional 1, 'i, 314.5, 7, 8. 1L, places (or the capital city) if theLegis a- ^ ailministrator- and guardirais, and  tor  i.ie  gen-ral -U-'t;.. n  S.ctiun -i!. Th-îional aintz'ndnien: ■ a votH ,cna!;  1 ìie i the transaction of all business ai';'->rt.iin-  rimEcrroiE^s.----------  TUEOI). IIEVCK, WM. CAMERO.V, ~ GKO. P. PHILLIPS, E B. ROLLINS, J. M. DAL'GHERTT, J W, RED, W B BRA/.ELTON. J . G LOWDON  13. IG, and 38, Artfele 5, of the Con- • ture shall hereafter so provide. , prescribeil by the Constitution of this ; ^.titution of the state of Texas. Court of Criminal ADPeal's shall aPii-int - rsîat.-s, ai.d lurssùscîiMn  I State, proposing certain amendments to i Ue it resolved by thé Legislature of a clerk for each place at which it and .-.>neral control over ex.^cntcrs, ad-I the Constitution of this btate, to-wit: i ^^^ Texas: That sections 1. 2, ! may sit, and each clerk shall give bond ; mini^trators. guardians and minors.  ; : 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, <6, 2-) and 28 of i ^"ch manner as is now or ina\-he'-e- ' unJt-r saci; regnlati.'Hs as ma.v be jire-  j (S. J. R. No. 19.) 'Joint Resoiatioii amend-: v.'ho shall : sen bed bv law. The Distrv,: Cv.urt  I Ine Section 4, Article 6, of the Constitu- of jexas be SO amended as to hereafter ' bold his office ù.yr four years unless soon- ; shall Inve appellate j::ri.=diction and  cr I  A;—A  ail :  L1PITÍLÍ\0 SI RPLIS, $'200,000.  read as follows:  ARTICLE 5—JVDICIAt. DEPARTMENT.  ■ court.  -.S I'ABLISlläD IsTtí.  NATIOXAIJZED lg?4.  ( tion of the Stittf of Texas.  I Section 1. Be it resolved by the Leg-  I islature of the State of Texas: That ^ . . , ^ . ■  ! section 4, of article of the Constitu- The .)mhcial power of tjns  I tion of the State of Texas be so amended State shall be vested in one Supreme  ' as to hereafter read as follow«- ^ Court, in Courts of CiVjl Appeals, in a ; --  , as to neieatter rtaa as toiiowb. rnnrt nf (Mminal Anne-il^^ in District ' this amendment, divide the state i  Sect on 4. In all elections by the ^ouit of Cnmmal Appeals, m L»i=tnct  er removed by the court for good cause. ; general supervisurv control ov-r tne : entered of record on the miuutt-s of sa;d Conntv Cuunuisii.raicrs' L>>urr, Nvitn .«lui:  ' exc^onraî-i and under sr.ch r-jn'af  Section ii. The Leixislature shall, as  J r^iw,] i,v ^.IW; :in(l  I':--  aia-  The Qidest Bank in the Abilene Country.  : .section 4. in an eiecuons o) in« - (^.untv Courts in rommis- i less than two nor m< a- than thr _-e  ! people the vote shall be by ballot, and Courts lu County Comts in Lommis in.^icial di^nact^ and tlK-r-  i the Legislature shall provide for the ^^^»^^ Courts, m Cox^ts of Justices ^ ^ ^iih a. bm a! ^  ! numberin- of tickets and make «uch ^"e Peace, and in such other courts as : aiKnn.-n.l d ..ru a.,  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, | ESsrs'trs s^s1  OF ABII.EN'E. TEXAS.  CAPITAL $125,000. SURPLUS $26,000.  7\-aniac'v ''■i^neral Ban/nnv B('.'n><fS-<. (k'i !t<:t 'un^ n  !:he purity of the ballot box; and the h ^ n^ ex ^ which shaU consist „f a chu-f justice ar  ■i Legislature may provide by law for the two associate insti-a-s.-vho M.ai! have tl  ; regi.strationofaIl voters in all cities con- bn^ until othersMse ' , . '' ,...... ..j,  i tailing a population of ten thousand in- , ^^^^^ Tne Legislature may establish , quahhc .t.^n. .. ■,■,:,!!  Sj.fcialty a,id Proviprh/ Rf nutted for \ habitants or more. courts as it may deem neces-  ' exc^onraî-i and under sr.ch r-jn'af  J r^iw,] i,v ^.IW; :in(l  aia-     na v^• ^^ ;    aei-;d o.'i    -Ti a al 1 a l'i    s. bÇ'cjii , <V"r ■ ■ ■ - ■ -          all .-aa^-    's uf a.-'i.    in what'-'v'    er i- - whica          a rena-.jy or juris    'bu'tion ;-    n..r pr o-ided ■    - ;      b y 1,1'vv ■    a- this (    ai-titir:.              oth--r lia    nsdiction    .ri_rÌ!ad ;    iu-l a{>peb-i'e. ana a 1          as ni;p\' i    -e ilrl3^adt    ed bv la w        1      SI •! ' ' 1 . '    i lì. X.    > ]udge    lallsitin.inv          ca^■..■ wh-    -l'eiii he    ni:i>' ri- i    atere-ti-.i, or          wlaa. e;; lie, -i-d 'V    her .d th -I'll hiiJi e    c- p:irties 1 iUie;- by    tfiiiiry ir a ai- „^^ ,______          sanouitii    t W i t !    an -aci'    1 a .tv^i-ee . :          a- naiv 1    ■e îi!'o-c:a    i-.l i.v b.    .w. wii^ai ... •. ,         air;, th- I'  i'M - : A '  Qx-.- o Tl r r-.f thi^ ' sarv,aiKl prescribe tbejurisdiction and or- ' «^-ourt of Civil App-.-als shall have appel- L-sh.all huv,. be-n  Sec. J. That the Go^ ernoi ot thi^ .r^il m^v .nr^form thP late jurisdiction cexteu.! v-^ with tl.., W h-n t he Suia-enu- C  i of thei  ferior courts thereto. ¡^ball extend t.. all civil cas.-> of whi. ¡1  F. W JAME.S. I'rfsiUent ED. fc Hl.'GÍÍKs, \ Preside-;.I  B B KEN YON, Cashier. ilENHY .ÎAME8, A.ss't C;i~liier.  cr í'onnty C'-iur;s apiieliaic .liiri-'liati"!;.  That the (leciM-ai uf >aM c<-urt."» shall í ci.inclu>ivé l'ai a!î nia'sti'-ns i.^f fa^  State sIkUI issue his proclamation Order- ganization thereof, and may cc^form the j-;;;  J H parkamore, g, a. KIUKI.ANU, J.M.RADFORD. BROOKE SMITH, election to be held on tbp ..cond jurisdiction of the district and other in- immsot diMi  OTTO XV. .tEKFENS. I s ROLU.VS. E, H. SINTEMS. Tuesdav in August. A.'D. is.i.un uns -- - : ^^ ■,. „ , ,, Di<-ict C.r-t  S'-'T'tiun Til*-* SuDTPii*^ C oiirt sb til lik l^I'^iiici v uiii  With ample capital anddarge facilities to handle ah desirable business we invite amendment, in accordance with article ; " , . have ..ri^anal  correspondence and solicit a continuance oftheli:^eral}>Htronage extended to us. 17, section 1. of the Constitution; ^J:;!; ' J, under such resrn,-nwn> and r-vnlan.a.s  those voting iiar the adi.'iniou uf this ' ^' . itti v >1.. t1 1 ! ,-v Or  amendment shall have written or con.<ti,ute a qumnim, and the o-m-ur- a., ma> be ¡a. nb^d ,. . . I r.wd..,  printed on their ballots the words -For ^-^nce ..ttw<> judges shall bylec-ssary  the amendment to section 4. article 0. of br^u-di^ O nn --al  snail be elmable to the odice or chief , ^Tougnt uaiae l!.(ui en .li-.'^ni  be i.nu- di u; ; ne an sane- ..-i Ì  C' ania  air;, th- I'  i'M - : A '  r a Î ■ ■, \V i, r,  unna-Ka-f in'a.-r • >1  the  Farm ers and'Merchants Kational Bank, saldamene  A - - - 'f- - - nnntea 01  ABILENE, T E X S.  SÖo.ÜOO.OO,  and those voting against the adoption  Inient shall have written or  Each  •a: said C^iUrts  CiN-  Ai  the Constitution, relating to voting; . , ....,,  \ f J usti .'e or a.ss(.)Ciato ,iust;cv ut the ^u-  preme Court unless he be at the time of ehall hold its se.-sion.-' at a pia.-.- in rs  distru-t to be de^ilr;la^ed by tia.-  a;; v  or  printed on th^ir ballids the words "Against the aiuendinent to sc<-ti'>n 4, article G. of the Constitution, relating to votinu'. ■■  Capitai  JOHN K. HOXIE. (HAS. KEN YON. ED. S. HUCHES. . K. 1-Id U ' H N ( ) V, B. B. KEN VON.,F. C. DIGRY ROBEKl'S, and F AX". J A M ES.  Collection,"i r.'ci'ivt-ii on all ai'cesaibir poini-i, and returns prompt;^ Cßrefiil littention cri ;-jromplly answpreü  nia-íí-  Joiiit Kt>s«ilution No. li>, to a"•-.'■riii s< <'tion 5, Article 7. of the C oii-l ii ut ion of the Stati of Tcx.-i'«.  Sfxtion 1. Be it resolve<i by the Legislature of the State of Tcyi-: Th;ir section •". article 7. id' the (.'..institution of the State id" Texa.- be anientie<l as to hereafter read as foihc,vs:  The principal of a.ll lionds and other  his eli.'Ction a citiz-^n of the Unite State.- and of this State, and unless lie ; ^nre. and at su.-h tune h< may 1 pr- ¡,. shall have attained ihe a-- of thirty : by law. Said -h;,ll i v;  v.^ars and saall have been a practicuig elected by the ..ualitied v. . d Iia-ir re- ; . iawyerora judge of a cnirt", or .<uch , spectivedi.nricfi. at a--n-r.-delecti -n.f' r in lawVer and jud^e togctlier, at least seven ' "f >ix y.-ar^, and simll r^-.a^'e f r  vears. Said chief justice and associate ^^rvices t!ie ^inn .d tliree th  iu:~tic.'s shall I.e elected bv the oualified and five liundr-d d dlai's oer aaaa; V.ders of the State at a -onerai election, otherwise- jirovided i-v ia-.v. :  shall il.-Id iheir ofticcs six vears . .r until have su.-h ."tii-r .:-ir> -u  til,.;r -MVS are eb-i-t.-.l and ,,n;di- inai aia ! a oj i-d hu , a^ ! a ■■ - - ■  a. ; lie  ¡san 1  On  \\ lie a  ■x; ^  J.(r. < I'Rlll?:  Coti \'e^-ancer.  WILL STI idi.  Notarv Pabli'  H. M. HENDERSON .■-ur vevor.  ............... ^ ^ iirecled.  iven ic tiu' bujiin-.Mg of corrt-gi'ODdente Letlere of inquiry cheerfully and the jirincipal aiisinii from the  sale uf the l.-tnds hereinbefore set apart .■«EVEi: TOO MUCH TROC-RLE TO PI.EASE OUR CUSTOMER.«; TRY US. to said school fun-l shall bo thie perma-  nent sch'>rl fun<l. and all the interest derivable taerefrom a.nd the taxes herein ant;i. )ri.zed and le'.ded shall be the available .seil..'..] fund, t.;,i which the Lt'-.^--islature may add n-d exceedini; one per cent, annu.-dly of trie t.jtal value uf the permanent sch.tol rand, sii.-h valne tr. be ascertained by the Board of Education untj] ctherwiie pro"vided W la a aadthe available sclio.d inial sha.U b- a])pbi"d annually to tie- snp]).n't of th.'- public free sclu.iols. An-l n.) law shall ever i.ie enacted appv. .priai ini: any ]-iart of the permanent or available scho..)i fund to any e.ther ]airp.>s,, wiiatevcr, ni.r shall the Sana- or an}" part iher.-<.i t.-\-er b>.' ap-pr.'.pidaU'il [o or use.l f,,r the siijiport of any sectari.iii see,, >. d: ami tie- available sehi>(d fun.l lier>-in r'ro'/iile.l sliall be distrilnited to ihe several c.ainti.-s ac-C'a-.lin.g to -¡heir scht.d,as;i.> p.ijmlation and aiddied in sucii iii.-mner a.^ may be pr. .vided by law,  Sf.c. 2. Tile f'ore;j:oing c. ai-titntional amendment .-hall be snlanitte.l t.. a vote of th.e (|naiiHed eb ctoi's f. .r in.-nibers uf the Le:j:i-.latur-- .d' iSv- State .d' I'-xas on Complete abstract of title to all hinds iii Taylor county, luts? in the secnd Tr.'.>day in August. at  Abilene. Buffalo (rap and .Merkel. A 1)8tract-s furnished on short whi.-h .-l.cti..:, all v.-ters iav.,riiu^ .said notice and al reasonable rates. Money to loan_ at lowest rates pr.-i-osd anu ndment-haii wnte .have and on better terms-than ever otTcred in \Vest Texas.  Promi>t attention given to tlie investigation ot' oid la,ii(i titles. Xotary Public work^lone in otlice.  Office lip stairs in Ma\ erick ]>nilding. Piiie Street. Abilene, Texas.  irs are el'-cte.i and .¡uadi-ñed, all'I -ìiall cachi i-ec.^ive an .-innual r>aìary . d' ì'.air ih.iUsand -h^l o-hervi-e j.]-'.\"i-ì"il by lav. a ^•aca.n.-y in tiie .jffice ■ d' Ciii of ihe Siiprem- Coui'ì Tia- ( d i\-ei-¡j..ir  siiall till th^ va(aincv nntil n..- n.-xt -en- ti.ai ..t the (d-nr's .a' ■ ■ ■ f..r Sìa-e odi-e--, aial at Cnnunal App-als.a- i  i  by law. K a-ii ( ' .;:r: ¡'■s until shall ;í|i¡i .¡a' a .-r-rk ; 1 (.-as.- ■ tie- ci.a-k ^ d th.- s-np •• .lustic? cl.-rk -hall r.-ci-ivf sUc ma\' be tix-.l !.v law.  a .--ai  \ o-  eral el.-^-ta siudi _'.-!aTa¡ eiecîion he vacan-  î'.r ine  the jnrisdicti- ai, p. -v.-.  ana  ^ Currie, Stith & Henderson,  GENERAL LAND; LOAN AND ¡NSÜRANCE AGENTS  ABILldXE. I'AYEOK CorXTY, TEXAS.  JOHN A. WILLIAMS,  owner Ol lüg Tdilüi' Coiiülr Co, Boûks,  if title to all lands in Taylor coiuiiy, lots in  unexiared -eriii shalllbe tìl!..-.l by elee- ;  tion iy- tile ijualified <.f the Srate, C..i;rtid Aoi'-'-ds aiei (  Tile jlid-e, ,.f tile Siln-nie C.airt who -'l-di y-  may be in '.ffice at th"ñnu- this amend- ; bef...re the a..h.priment takes eiî, et shad e<)ntinue in office All civil rase- which ma.x i-natii the expiration ef tneir .term ..f the Cf-un . t Aop-ais sü.ul, oirice under tb"^j..:enf.-^on.'«tittitipn and . i'racti.-ablr' oi's are eiecteu and -->-a¡rí. ■■■ría-,  • r-cor.is îia .. the ta-. a--r  ■ ; lia  1 ..■  r t ue . .ra:a!;;:-:a'a a;  uniil tneu- sucdVs>ors are elected and >-'an. -r í d Ap¡'^ab. o,. erH'T  i an.l Î!)e  (  (inaiiiieii.  ' Seeti..ai o, Tae Supreme C...urt snail niitte.l  hav-' apjiedate- jurisdiction only exia^pt CiviIApp-al-,;.» tie d.-< !.;e.r.\--a:d ■  as iaa-ein -peeiia-.l, wiiich shall Ik- co- at th-' !ir-i la-  exî.a>iv,- Willi ihe lunit> (d th.^ State. C--nrt, ! he ('. air'. ad d-uniird A ; a .-a is.  Irs appeihi-e jurisdio-i-ai s¡;;i]] ,.vr,.nd to snch - .f tii.- (-d la- (  \ -,  S O a -d otic e ,  which 11,av b  qne-taris . d' la\V arising m of  wdj;ch the ('.anas (/¡vil Ai.i.eals tins artirie nn'i!  'f the j-aia-e-  t;  u  Ino-e a; p. Late ji;r>dian. ai, njìd»-r such , <  r.-stricri.ai- and r»-u'ulanons .i< ih- Letr- a!M.aa:n  isladiire niay j)rescrb'l'r.td . .tht-rwise .l''''-'■•■■~  ■>l!■o^•ill.■d l.iv lave the a])p.dlate jari-di.'- i inr 'tar'  tion f t rh" Supreme i'.iurt -ìialì •.-xoaid ■ ^^!adì d  to (¡¡lesti , t 1,1 w andina in rìse ca<e9 : iia^se u  in tiie ('■ aiats .d (.dvd Api-ed^ in wiarh b'.hi ih  -.-1 e , ■ : 1. - -  i- -aai. . r . ab.'f.-s ; .  the jndc - UÍ any < '.--na Civil Appeals ' class N-, .>hall may dí-.i.-'r»-«*. --r wher- tic s-vend for f..nr y.-ars. an-i Courts . a' < dvd Appeals niav iaad difier- cl;is> N :5 -hall u -Id  s-  ,,, V  ■F..r  .M. <  I.AM ÍÍFTÜ. Xotaru PiiJilic. é  W. M ( A, M LEÍA Aitorìif-y ai Laic.  iL i\ LAÌIBETH A C O  t)FFI( di oN  riIKSTX  .s  -M C Á\  il  A LARGE LIST Of LANDS AMD CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.  T & r IfilNDS .\Ñ1>~CITV I.OTS  .V BILIA  OR. 0. R. FOWtER,  DEALER JN  printed . .n theii- h;i!h.is tlie w.a'.l.-the aniel).Ini. i.t t«. secti..ai d. arnc'e 7, . d' tile (". .nstiniti. ai . d' th" Sr,a!e of Texas;" an.1 all \-. !e¡s i,ppu<ed to saidi aniendi-nient shall wiate or }ia\'e ¡adnted on their balh.rs the wa^rds •-Agai»:i>t the amendment to secti.ai 5, article 7, ..f the C'r.nstit uti. ai of the State <>f T<-'.x:í>. "  (H. .J. li. Ni). 1.) Joint Ho-f)liition to .'iMií'nii Section IJ, ArticTo 16. oí the (-on^'t i 1111 ion of til*.* State of Texa^.  Sra/TI'av 1. Be it enaclé.l by tiie Legislature <.f the St.ite fjf Texa-: That section 11, article I»:, r.f tlie C.a¡-tituti'ln of , the .State id' Texas shall b" anaaided so ' as to hereafter read as i...ll.iws:  Sec, 11. All c.intracts f(,>r a .greater rate of interest liian ten jn-r ceninm pt-r . annum shall l>e deemed Aisuri-jus. and Í the first Legislature a,fter this amend-, iiifUt is adopted shall pr..ivide ropri-I ate pains and p-nalries to prevent the ] .same; h.ut when no rate of interest is , agreed u¡M;,n. the rate shall n.A exceed i six ]ier í'eníuni ¡.er annum.  Sec. d'ii- (b.tvernor of thi- .State ] shall is.-ue hi.^ proclam.'itiou oiaierin:^ an j election t:>n the -econd Tue-<d,;y in Au-■ gust, IsiU. at whii-h electn.in tic^ f..)reg..i-ing amendment sliail be submitted, f,.r adoption by the qualihed electors of the State.  Sec. d. Those voting for the ad'.;i]ition  eally Mii ih.' -ame .p,. n (d' law, ..r yea;-- ir^ai '¡a-  -ívlit-r»' a -'arao' th- Sta'e is h-dd and aa'd 'i.- n-  Volli. Tin- Supr.ai,'- < .r.rt and the and qa dai--.] : aa 1  iii-iii-.'- 'ica-."! -h..d i;a\e ¡...aver to t-aal  ¡--11" wri:- ' d' hai'.',,- .-'C-pi:-; a- iiaiv he }-''ar-. .i- ; a-a a-;  ]a->-scaii', .1 Py lawa ¿;':d an.a-r -la-ii r-uc- >e.a: a. 7 d'a  Illation- a- may- i.- [.¡••><-:-:d>."l by law the . in'.- a- m.upv l ai  said court- a ¡a i I ia- 3 M>ti. .-s t la.a-. •'I ma y la av . a- iea'" o ' •■;■  i->Ue ti,e .vrit' of inaiaìamns. prucc- , w'.dch i:;.-i\ a - in-  d-nd«.. (-ertiorup. audi .-ucb ..tlu-r writs by law. b a-.-a :  as may be n.-c.-~-ary t-> enf --ree its juris- eh-ca--! ì.y tii" .pai  dicîio'i. ddje Leuidature may c.aifer a treiaa'ai .a.-.-ia a  original j!.i-isdiction ..ai t iie Sni.reme a l itiz.-n ..;A ia- F ;  Court t.. 1--U" writ h of quo warranto Stat>'. wli-. -;i ih a  and niamiainu- in sucii ( a>es as may be luwy.-r "f tbi< S  sjHvitifl. e.\cfpt as aa:ainsr the giA'ernor curt ti.i- ^Oi''-  of tile Sta'-. The S'lprenie Court shall prec.-dai.: ia- .d--  also liav.- ])>Av.-r. up.ai alnda%-U or other- r---ai'-.l ;a Ai" 'i>:  \vise as by the c. .¡ud may be determined. , eiecp-d i-.i- r\c..  to ascia'tain siK-li matrers of fact as may ele.-ti.ai, \\ia'-a,d  i:>e neces.-a.ry to t'ne i.r.'i)--r exe-raise otAts dnrina iris ieria a  j-ir¡-.(ii(-rioa. The Supreme (.'. ai;-r siiali instati.-" fa- 'r-  sit f. >r tlie tiaiusacti'>n ...f business from an.l sladii i"-.-' t  tiie first ]\b nday in <d'.-i.d.,.n- of each year ■ naal -aiatv of i \s-  until the last Satui'.hiy of June in th.- dre.l d -dar-, an:  next year, inclusi'.'e. a;t the ta-qiital .it by lav.a Ib--;a-i:i  the state. Tiie Supreme (\airt shall ap- .dhisc...oa a* tia  ■ai a  ■a, -A-.a.  i.diit a clerk, wia.-  .> sha'  11 í^ive b. aal m c-iintN' in h:-  sui Ii manner as is now air may hereafter ea..-h }->air tti ■ be re<p!Ì!'^-.ì l)v law, and he niav hold his j)r.--cri'--d be  (dnc.-  t. air \-ears. andl shall Ì  le su ì ',]e(.' t sh ai i  ti..' i'eino\ad by said court for goo-1 caii-e laws r., ;  ent'.-red uf r^conl <>n the minute.« of said terms  court, wh."' shaJ.l recei\a^- such '.-.juipensa- of in.  tion as the Legi-lature may jirovi.le, any  Section 4, The C-jurt ed'Ci-iminal Ai> bii-ine—.  dia  t iì a-,iao aua-  .a:a.¡-w:-. "11 ■ a-- r-_ah::- remis uat;.- >.'a': ■ a' •aicii -I at l-at-r f.vi in laana.-r as iaa\' ie  ■ - ; a "  -'ai!!-  A OÎ Ì <• p Ï o F redi 11>r  T Ir-;--, in  ni -  -, ai N' w-r  Dry Goods and Drugs  f  K^íi-I^ , *>. jL 1 i LliC a'-i'.'l n. i'ni 1 'TI • .. £ , 1 _ ■ "3 ' , • .. T , a o r- . - , t i I ' '  í , rjeals snall Ci.aisi-t ot three judges, anv pio> M- . ur - a  of .section 1 snall have wnttenor printed f . , , - / ' „ t■-  ir-. , two cd wn.im shali C'.'nstitute a quorum, ^wieii . ae ¡o-  on tíieir bal u s the words --For the , , - - i i i, t,- ,„ ■ . at- ; , ;  , . ,,, A ; and the c.iiicurrence ut two ]ud-es shall , tíoni ai.;. . •  amendment to section Ib article b). of , . i ■ ; F d » fi- ,,, ^ ' i.-- - d^e • .d.r,-..  ,, . . , ^ be nece.-sar\- to a dí=^ci-lon ot said c.airt; ii-aii la.-e-----i .a «.i-n.  tne State f_onstittinon, to reduce rate of ., • , • , ,, i ti ,•« • „.. -t- e^a ..-va.... o..  , , . . ,, saiu nidoes shail liave tlie same on.alih- v.n.'ni.iy o-- ■ nc. r ..• .i ..  i'a.  interest;" and those votin-a; airainsí said  salti ,pn  , , ,, , . , tions an.l receive the same salaries as  amendment shall have v.-ntten or nnnted ,, ■ , ., ,, .  . , ,, . . , , the luou'cs >1 Tne bunrein^-C.aart. 1 nev  chestnut street. abilene.  HAS A FÜLL STOCK OF DRY GOODS,  Aad in Connection Therewith a  Complete Line of Drugs and Medicine  the public invited to call.  JFatronage S^iicited: Satis/action Guitranteetl.  ou their ballots -'Against the amend-ment to section 11. article bb of the State Constitution, to reduce rate of interest."  , (H. J. Ii. No. 12.) Joint Ke.soltstion to AnieiKl S<>otio?i 20, Aj-ticl«? 16. of the ('on,*titution of the State of  i Sf-CTION 1. Be it resolved bv the Les-  r --p.-c-: ve îerra = r la-e-enr id. eia a  ddie l)is--ic' C juri-d;>:'tì .a in ai  ni'Uit taK  .ludu'cs >1 the bupreni^-c.aart. 1 iiey unti! tli- ' shall F- elected by the qnalifi-d voters und-r th of the State at a generid electio.n, and ment, shall hold their offices for a term of six , Sec-:o;i years, in case of v:caancy in the ofnce haw-o.riu of  I»eai.-  cy by at'podntmeiit for the un-xpired tie-, f .rremre-tenn. Tlie judges of the Court of Ap- ...f divon--: • f . , „ ^ r. . r^ ™ peals who mav be in office at the time ' ina' .ari.a.d na-  i.iature of the State of Texas:^ ^^^^ v^hen ñá, effect shall c-aver dama^-s lo. .hia-l-r or b-iaiaatioa  section ¿U, article IG, of the Constitution ' continue in office until the ei^piration of , of character; of all -ai"- t .r trial ..r nth of the State of Texas oe amended so their term of office under the present to land and for thv enî-.r-ement of  ■ rial of the  if a judge of the C..airt of Criminal Ap- ' cas-s ..f tiie grad- A felta.y, ii »eals tiie Governor shall rill such vacan- in behalf of the r..-, r^a...a  a-T shad !  a!.''" fi-:ri.  r..,i i f >• .1" .  i ae q  .-s  bdaniii.ai Ld-ti  i' r' I V •> lA ! S  ddii- Al  lna!  ail  n ai -  ■1  lan  ■mean ,.d ail  rhe I ' airt  Coan--,- ( bv i.-e-r  V, aad in an -•a.-a e :;-o,n ,uaii Fi-rai • d cdrin.inal Appe;il~. 'i.- (.'■ iiaty (J. air: aa. .i-- p-a. an 'a-- ; -ar' a-- la" .-i->-sp  ;. .1. c i ti .1. ■ - . ia.ire terri'j A.-k yniir<e. -ake .h' saiai a... 11OÎ il i a  Oli. What a Í ongi  1 r  A"  I - -1 - .  that It shall hereafter read as follows: Constitution and laws as judges of the ■ thereon; of all sui's f tne  Section 2u. The Legislature shall at Court of Criminal Aiipi^als. its first session enact a law whereby the ; Section d. The Court of Criminal , anv writ of e.vecution, sequestrati, m .:>r qualified voters of any county. ju.stice-s Appeals shall have appellate jurisdiction ^ attachment when the propertv levied  apou ine::--a--, .n may bf  ; right <d pr'"iperty levied npi.n by virtue or to try tlie -aiue in tiie i-ounr;--  r.i'ndin.^'. in su.-ii in.inner as n  ■ ; paoas ^'.a!y raor  ■ n tne •^■(.a;.r.. ^oid r a- ■  1 may croai> and h<  ■ n Moiiier.-, do - . a.- ¡arpìe dack. -id';  F-.rou:- Fia-t-r.  ■i  ' ■ i e  A B-o,  precinct, town, city (or such subdivision ; coextensive with the limits of the state i on shall i- equal t^  'xceed in value  scrÌ!..ed by law.  Sei-. -P"!. The Sup:-'-nie 'b • power to make and e>t.b  ' ' Hair ali goia^, s. ;op ..■..M'-r-tiaiis and pai;:- ia a.i ef h  , , - • -1 1 ■ ------------- --------- ------- -- --- -...... .............' - ---- - ■ —- - •- - dre;tdfnl aa:-e ofdiiea>e, vet  I Of a county as may be designated by the in all criminal cases of whatever grade. ! five nun.lre<i dollars; of all snit-. coin- power t- make and ot.ii ii-h rnl-s or ' uiained nia.-rer of Fie , commissioners' court of said county) ^ith such exceptions and under such - plaints, or pleas whatever, without re- nr.ce.bire n .t inc.-n.-istent with the wai edVcted, and tne prule: i may by a majority vote determine from regulations as may be prescribed bv ' gard to anv distinction between law and laws of th^ .Star-, f-.-r th- -'.Av-m'u-nt of •■'bai of Montic-eib.. ruy. ; time to time whether the sale of intosi- law. The Court of Criminal Appeal^ equitv. wh-n the matter in c.-ntroversv sai.l c. ir: and id- .ah-r c .arr- ,A J ^¡'owa out aa.; ta:.: a- -i eatingbquors^tiall be prohibited within and the judges thereof shall have" the shall be valued at or amount to tive hun- State, to ..::p.,dite ;i:e .ii-patch ..>i busi- the dru^'^sior« of >b.n'r!c the prescnbed lunits. power to issue the writ Of habeas corjius j dred dollars exclusive of interest: of con- ness tut-roin. ¡n Tarsie cuantitic-. b .  Sec. 2. The foregoing amendment ' and under such regulations a.s may be 1 tested ele.i-tions; and said court and the Section 3S. Vucancies in the .iftce or ' ^^"ord à Alexa'rder,   

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