Louisville v. State of Mississippi

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133 U.S. 587

Louisville  v.  State of Mississippi

The Louisville, New Orleans & Texas Railway Company was indicted for neglecting to provide separate accommodations on its trains for white and colored persons, as required by act of March 2, 1888. From a judgment of conviction, defendant appealed to the supreme court, where the judgment was affirmed. 6 South. Rep. 203. Defendant brings error.

W. P. Harris, for plaintiff in error.

T. M. Miller, Atty. Gen. Miss., for defendant in error.



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