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THE GAZETTE : TTOTCT WORTH, TEXAS, TIHJRSDAY, 3CAKGI1 33.
oxrATjTox tthm, 1&33.
Court of Appeal.
Yicrv, tho state-From JTnrrlH
comity. AiveJIant wan liitllulod,
tried mid convicted for theft of proper
ty of more vuluo than $'20, and hla
mmlrilimcnl asneHel at two yearn In
the iN-iiUentlnry. The record con
tttltiHiioslntcnwiitorftiutH. bill or ex
coiiUriiisiiorasMgiiineiitof error, nor
wan there any motion to (iindi, tior
motion In arrest of judKiueut made,
:onH(.vitK'iUly tht court can atone re
fer to (lit; Indictment and charge of
(ho court for error to htiitaln a rover
Hal. Tlio liitllctment Ih, In every re
aped, Millleloiit, and the charge of the
fouills unobiioxlom. The ludguieut
la therefore alllrmed.
Thornton vn. the SUitc -From Dal
ian county. Appellant was indicted,
tried and eoiivfotcd for an ntisnull with
fntciit to couiitilt the olIeiiHU or rape,
iimler article 503. I'ciial Code. The
itiwaulfc wan clearly proven to
heeii committed upnit a female child
between four ami live years of age.
The evidence In every rcspeot mi pportw
the verdict. A caretul Inn'iectiou or
the record allows the Indictment to he
imhI mid Kiilllclent, and the charge or
tho court Ih In all material rwpectx cor
rect, and the judgment Ih alllrmed.
Mike Vengcr v. the State-1-roin
llarriH county. Appellant wan charged
with, tried and convicted on February
'21, of the crime of himrJary, and his
nuitlslimmit llxed at llveyeam lmjiriH
otimcnt In the penitentiary. Itoiu
(hirt conviction he has nppuiiled, and
'mw before thin court with a record
which dotrt not contain a utatcnient of
facte, bill of exceptions nor assign
ments ofcrrorH, and no objection! was
Interposed to tho inillclinent In the
court below, nor wiw any motion In
arrest of Judgment made. Held, upon
Mich record thin court can do nothing
but iifllrm the judgment. Alllrmed.
(Joll'ey vs. tho Htate Front Cass
County. Opinion by Hurt, J. This
Is an appeal from a Judgment of con
viction of murder in thetiocond degree.
The faclH upon which the verdict was
found in i very way warranted tho
Jury's finding. The charge of the
court was full, fair ami Impartial, ami
defendant can not cniimlaiii of it, for
it wiw as favorable to him il under the
facta he could reasonably exiieet. A
fair and Impartial trial was had. on
which no errors are apparent. The
nictuiniiH considered have all been
pattml upon by this court In JN'iivluud
rti. the .State, puhllshed In the Texas
Imw Jlivhw, So. 10, and iih no errors
tiro apparent the judgment Ih alllrmed.
SftUerlee VH. the Ktnle-Frotn Oe
Will county. This is an appeal from
n conviction lor theft of two horses.
The fltnte rehed for a conviction alone
upon the fact defendant, was in pos
sesion of the horses recently after
they were stolen. Held, where the
atato relies upon recent possession and
the defendant gives a reasonable ac
count or explanation of his possession
the case there made Is completely met,
Mild to make the recent possession
available the state must prove the ex
planation false. The slate atiefupted
this by proving by the parly from
whom appellant claimed to have ob
tained the horses that he did not ho got
them. Appellant then proved by hcv
cral thai the said party hnd told them
he had let appellant have the horses.
Held, this iimde tho .second parly front
whom annellaut got, the horses an ac
complice, and If not, ceitjitnly there
wxs Hiifllclcnt evidence tending to
rliita eh a met eri.o him as would require
iho court to give in charge aitlclolTl
of tho Code of Criminal Procedure.
BcttiUHull the law applicable to the
whole case was not given hi charge to
the-Jury, the Judgment Is reversed ami
Ilolden vs. The Stale r-'rom Delia
county. Opinion by Hurt, j. Ap
IK'lhmt was convicted of the ihel't
if Iho horse of one I vie. The profceu
tlou'ti theory is that appellant and one
. Hurtoii stole tho homo, to support
which n. witness testllled that the
night tho hot-he was stolen, appellant
and another wore seen on the roadside
in the creek bottom, a short dhlunee
from Ivie's house. They were not In
tho rond nor traveling. It aviih too
birk to recogni.e tho men, Witness
xpiiko to them. Appellant answered
tmd was recognized by witness, V'll
ucMiiskcd uppellant If he had moved
that day, uutl was answered in the
vifllrnialivo. Witness asked appellant
what he Was doing, there, and appel
ant answered he was hunting his
mare Appellant moved for a con
tinuance lor the want of leslhnony
of certain wltnesesvho would testify
Unit Henderson was with appellant on
the night of the alleged theft, when
t hoy were met as above stated. That
Henderson traveled with hint ijome
dUfctuce past lvle's hoime.nnd that ap
pellant did not have ivle's horse nor
wan Hurton with him. The Indict
inenbt was tiled Kebruary !!, lw;t, up
tiiillant was arrested anil Jailed the
,amoilay, On the 12th counsel was
appointed by the court to defend the
jtrwniier. The motion state-) as soon
lie.'had time to consult with counsel the
Attachment was issued by the absent
wKitosH returnable Insttmter. Held,
(hivmotlou should have been granted.
Duo diligence wjs shown and the re
inilreinotUs of the law fuUUled. lie
vorictl and remanded.
Vflul,"i)nllnt; 1. I). Ganlner, Clove
land, O.j John M. Strong, Chicago;
C. 13. Oulhow, Denver, Col.; Win. J I.
Dnnlelsoii, Ilmtford, Ct.; Jos. Mul
hnttou, Louisville, )iy,
. Weather warm add pleasant and the
towij tilled with drummers.
A coyotte wns captured on thefqiiurc
in Jttiunells a few dnya ngo.
The cotton receipts at Cirecnvlllo
will reach 18,000 bales thlH season.
W. C. Wright, of Denton county,
has sold his cattle In Cottle county for
And thov do say Iho editor of the
Grapevine Globe Is only fourteen
A moss meeting of Grecubackers Is
to be held at Little Kim, Denton coun
ty, next Saturday.
Tom. King has sold bin cattle in
u-..vt,.ni Tovui I m- .;l),nil!WI Mini will
10 , .....i... i.i,. i, ,..,. (.. r-,..,,.iii..
Ititf.k i I"111 inn liiliiu Jil Ultuii int.
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The (Jsitcuvinn Advannr seems to be
on a boom. It Issued a handsome sup
plement with Its last number.
Denton claims the boss shooters.
Holding a shot-gun In one band they
bit silver dollars thrown In the air.
James Jlcau, a young man residing
near Denton, was found dead In the
woods Monday. Epilepsy the cause.
A Donlon dog found the picture of
the daughter of its master on the side
walk and recognizing it carried it
A deaf ami dumb man Is In jail at
Greenville charged with stealing $10
from a farmer with wjiom hespent the
Mr. G. S. Hobinson a well-to-do far
mer or Hrowu county has been ad
judged n lunatic and will bo sent to
Gustavo Hohery, of Denton, has
been adjudged insane. He labors un
der tho delusion u married lady of that
city Is his bride.
Since hearing Mrs. Merrlwother
lecture the local editor of the Sherman
Courier announces his intention to
drink u better quality of whiskey.
Two McKlnuey boys, Harry Smith
and Joe Johnson, carried oil first
prizes in pharnaoy at Vanderbilt
University, Nttshvlllo, Tenn.
A Galveston drummer attempted to
jump his board bill at Urackott but the
lady proprietor followed the stage in
which he was leaving and to told him
site would "wipe up the road with
him" if lie didn't settle. He paid.
Mr. C. Haw, Ml. Culm, Texas, says:
"Hrown'n Iron Hitters promptly and
thoroughly cured me of dyspepsia."
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ingmothcrtofullstrcngth and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofencrgy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Wallttr St., ItAlllmore, Drc, lESt.
l'or lx ycjii I have been a great
tuflcrer from tilooJ Ditusc, !))
jk ps ia.andConitipatlon.and became
r o debilitated tliat I could not retain
nnylhlnz on my Momach, in fact,
life bad almoit become a burden.
Finally, when hope had almwt left
me, my hutband seeing Ukuwn's
Ipon Hitters advertised in the
paper, Induced mc to give it n trul.
I am now taking the third bottle
and have not felt to well In sir.
yc.iri at I do at the present time.
Mrs. I- F. Ckiitin.
Brown's Ikon , Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
3illiB'rSTItir.1fiM 3IFI'WWKN MA1X AN 1) UOrs'l'OK,
iUrnE BON TON OF THE CITY !?.S
PRIVATE WINE ROOMS ' ALL
For tlio AcctiuunoiliUlou of our Oticts. ) l
All nto WeU'oiuo,
W JSJ1? O 3E3C ESJ , CLOC 3BL JS ,
COLD, SILVER AND STEEL SPECTACLES.
All kinds ofMimlcal Instruments, Htrlncf, etc KncravltiR done In tlio best stylo, fipeclul
Attention Blvon to IteimlrliiK- Work ami Goods Wnrmnted.
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IWCcilaa. Stroot, Fort "7Croirtlx; T'ors:-
J.IijHith,lrei't. J-7. II. JlaiWi, Ai;V a-.Vuji'.
htiiiiiioiliior .Itirjiiii'ti Wlm DniidiMl tlio
!Sieclal to tlio ("umiiicrclat flnzctte.l
1'ittshurn, I'm., March 10. A Union
town spuolal says: "Tlio twolvo jury
inon lire hlaokont'd forever. ThunuiH
Jlowhcrrv of Tyrone has huen di.4
ohurgL'tl by Evcrbou, Macrunt it Com
puny, proprlcloraof tho Iiiiko rolliu;
ntillat Kcottdale. They told him hlu
Hcrvlcea worn no longer wanted and he
could feel: work elsewhere itnionK
men of hln etpial if lie could
llnd them. O. AV. Jtreaklron. anotherof
the IttroiH hy the way.cannot write his
own name, and belongs to one of the
most Ignorant famlllen In tliu eounty.
I To drew Ilia pay, and Hiieaked out of
the buck door of the court-house,
took the back Htreet.s totlu'iountry,iiud
the hint heard of him he was Hearing
tne iooi oi tne luouniaiiiH in llie Ulree
lloii of Delany'.s cave. .laeob Amnion,
whoHtopped lu llrowuHville on hi
way home, wan irlven live minutes to
skip the town, which he did lu less
lime, and lie haw not been heard of.
Thin Ik the man who Htated ho did not
want to bo on tho Jury in ihe
Low trial, but did want to bo on
the Jury that was to try .Dukes.
The jury now elulm to have made up
ineir vorciiet from the quibbling point
that Duken, when ho wrote those let
ler, was it friend to Nutt, and that ho
had no Intention or killing him, but
after the last letter had been nont
Dukes becumo alarmed and changed
his mind, then went ami bought a
revolver to defend himself should Cap
tain Nutt attack him, throwintrnll ev
idence aside, mid yiolditig ton point
that was not lu evidence, but was
made by counsel for defendant In his
argument. It is rumored around here,
yet quietly, that all is not ended,
ioniothing more will grow out of this
tragedy ami legal farce of whloh so
much has been said, Jt Is wild that
Dukes escaped from Pniontown to
Ciernum township in female attire.
"I Don't lhv.h V)ii.h!" The
slomueh 1 out ol order; neglected,
this means chronic dyspepsia. You
should tuku Acker's Dyspepsia Tab
lets ami avoid a terrible disease
Sold by 0. W. Hamulnll.
1 '2o e o difcw.
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CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS $30,000.
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GEORGE JACKSON, Cashier.
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George Jackson, J. Q. Sandidge.
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A Genera! Banking Business Transacted.
Collections mtulo nnil promptly rcmltlcd.
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-37o"k,ooc ej.-o.c3. Cigars,
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of UotiHton nnU Klrht Htroct, nt J. H. Urowu's olil Htnnd.
CI. AY COUNTY.
Vitirwipoiulimv of tlio tiiirctlo.
lltilirtuttn. MnroU iil. L. M. Ocit
utitti of tho ih'in of Wm l.ullntttl A
(').. (illtviWtOlt. Dilill IIS f. DlOUMIllt
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VIIV OIIIUJM . lw L K-f V rtwi fo lin. ..vj,
wa- m lirloi, inn litislue.-oi bororo plmuv
Mr. Vlnt'fiit Sttuur. oiioof ni' niibt
lirtiinliioiit ottl.ciih lioiirdoil tliw trtiln
TlittCliiiruIi us mi Umlirollii.
DurhitllvlnoHcrvloes in tho Austin
Ultio lilirlifraliornnolospvcriil eohirotl
KOiitlcineii Putiklnji' rofiieo from tho
rain, ontorotl tho wvorotl otllltco, intontl-1
Int to rclimln thoro until tho rain hntl
MUiwltk'd, hut Pnion AVhaniUloonlo I
Jtuxtor ralboil fitioh n storm that thoy ;
wtnv Blail to t)t hack Into tho nun
ayaln. "Wo loails," mill tho Kr",(l i
man, pounniuj on tnoiaiiiilt with liin i
nut, "ro rcittia in tio noon isonic oli .
wlol'od uton mulciii' do chtiroh a cloak
to enver up their tins, hut you Hluiiers
are a heap wunxei'. You ain't wntlMletl '
wm usinj?ioonureii tt a eioau. von
IVxas, ! tio do clnueh as mi umhrolla."
, Tho West nntl South
Are lurnko to tho fuel that lUlowx'.s
j VKmn'AUi.u liwim Vina are tho'
I only bat'o mul Httro remedy for bilious-1
! nosi, eoiutlpatlop iind stek hea'daehe. ;
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liiti iiioruluj: for WttHlilnutoiv
when ho Intends to mUe, lib tuturo
Your lUnvlc correspondent in U Jajst
Jbltcr wtyrt thttt Howie has moiv pieity
lr than any tow.n helweeu l'tt
Trtrib mid WSohtta. ilo evidently
Hr:W that Henrietta Is on this 1 1 no:
uA Iwvo iol "om antl avo don't Intend
o let ioose.
'4tsenh Mulliattou reproseiitlnK
llrjiiKelflnl nv" Company Jlavtt-aix
l')it,uU-y tif liOUlnvlUo I" amojii; the
3nia nrrlvtih at tho National.
' T. II. Allen, hhoriir of Wbe founry,
ooiit Kuuilav In tho oltv.
Tlio follow I m? oro tho KUvntB reals-! Dyxpopjln Tahlets. Prlee 2-je, and COo
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