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TIIK DALLAM ,VKKKLY IIKWAM), Tl.UifMDAY, MAY 2,-,, lHi!.
:ilinf !-.( HfiiJft.
a.iiiipi-ls "f 0ilnl'in iif 'rl .'.'l'"'
tll.llil lenii, IHH-I.
fl. D. flom" V. tlm Hlnlr; frum UmAti
toiuily. In C"'nli'.niiiou uf rt M.ilc' wit
li,li hul leatliieil to r.irluiii Ir.nl-H
found about the corn-crib w hich c.mil.l Iiu
ea'illy liiMii.Kiii.sl.eii fr.'ni tlio titlicr. "I.e.
........i. ..t,ill iiftuuk Mint!-," defi'tidaiit
olldrcl to prove by ti.U wittn-is that lie s.tiv
the trucks tlio liny lil'ti r tlie allied tin f,
aiul'1.3 to wimi kind of bliws lie woro mr
to the limmiid ulUrv.ar.1. 1 his evidence
biim; objected to tv:ts excluded, llu il, tliU
exclusion was error, the evidence beint; per
mitted and callid lor by thcbtute'a evidence
uhemly udducid. KcVcrded und remanded.
V. V. E.driilye vs. the Stale; from lirowu
county. Win re it wus agreed by the
coui.iv ctti'i ni-y und the attorney lor the
nm.iUaiit ibid evidence ot u party absent
l.o.l l.een tnken before an examining
ti.v .. - .
couit thiuiu be uttd, und it wan develo, e"
that no Midi evidence wus in existence, in
order to avail ol it the appellant should
Imve shown thut the fraud was not on
' practiced upon him, but that he relied on
ttuw, ai:d that the fraud could not have
beeti u verted by the use of ordinary dili-
e erce. The unauthorized withdrawal of a
.,,)! inti.r'liT tliu commencement
of trial has alwavs been held (.-round of sur
priso sullicicut lo base an application !..r
.Biitniiiniiii.fir eniitiiiutirn'e, bin t.te coti-
' ... . ,.f uf'vr llm trhll il.13 bcltllll
. on a. count ot the withdrawal cl u inatcr..U
wiimss, islnrKely in the rti5ereiimi "t tut
court. Artificial trickery and Iriuid o
niosecuting ouicers wi.eretiy a tk-letiiiai.i
has beeu induced to no to trial to bis injury,
have been held ffoo.t uroiitnl for a reverai
aed for u new trial. Koverscd and re
manded. W'biio, p. j. i- ,i,
" C. M. DiividuJii vs. tne Slate; front h.alli
county. There, is but little d,itcrei:ce be
tween swindling and that cnaractor ol t if.i
provided lor in artieieil', I', -. 1 e;eii.a,i
ropres-nted himself us uaont ol several
periodicals and obtained many suuu-ip-tionsirorudil'prent
panic,, wnh the money,
ond signing liin.self Davis, agent. Ksii
niony was oirercd of teveial witnesses to
prove fiat the same party had given them
similar receipts u"d received money from
ibeiu on the same pretence, signing hnmseit
in lh Mine raanaer. 'j ;''la'; '' 1
traduction was overruled. Held, the objec
tion was very properly overruled the rvi
deiice beiiiK admissible to snow tbe motive
and ii.tcutof defendant ps well as to prove
' ideutitv Alllrmed. White p. ).
J.:m 8 Mernt, vs. tho state; In-in t'Hii
ma ielie count v. Ou reversal of to.-mer in
t ns case, it was held that in tUe trial ol a
man lor adultery, the testimony ot lus par
amour as a witness is tint ol uu acconi. 1 ce,
or panic-pj uriminio (vide 1'. 0. &', ui.U
win not support his coiivicl ion unless cor
roborated by evidence lending to connect
him with the oil'onse. (W cl. -ppl.i, -J11-)
In the determii a ion ot tne
only necepsary quesiin at pre.
nt. it is loumi, by coa.par-
isou of this ami the firmer jtatemeul
facts, that the chief difference 18, 'b;.i
.nnrniiuiMtive evhifiicc no.v, nisua i o.
i.w un,i,:,i,r than before, tell-ls ratlief
strengthen the app ill mi's cane (outside t.je
'evidence of the accomplice,) as uhuot ns
Btrong eirciuiistunces are lurnished n.iaiii.-l
one Mr. badoerry, anoiber broih' T-i.i law ;
' and a certain -Mr. Frost, a married man, is
alio brugbt witliiti tlie rtini-e of compet
itive siispicion as to the paternity ol tbe
i alleged ollVpring of udiilieruits ltiter
courhe. Tlie prosecutrix hail "lined
corn ouce during tbe summer,
with tbe latier gentleman, witrn
corn was waist high, and they were alone
in the tield, and no one was near. lie
Tersed and remanded. White, p. j.
W. H. II. Harvey vs.the Slate; Irom tory
eH county. Theie being no p'ta oi re
cord sliowifig the issuu in tins case, lue
judgment is reversed and tbu cause re
manded. White, p. i.
Dick Saddler vs. the state; from Drown
untv. The charge was an assault with
intent to rae. The evidence shows
that the person alleged lo Have, been
assaulted, was a widow living ulonewuli
her sou; and on a bright moonliglit night,
while sleeping iu her arbor, s!io fiund tlie
defendant lifting up tier clothes, lie de
parted gradually upon the widow's order
ing him three times to leaV'i, 'mumiing
aoiuelliing" as he walked off. The denul
ani kuew the sun was awuy from .,
and the widow n-c pnizei htm as In l 8 i-
dler. WhiietiieTiighly improper conuuet
krSpuivKiiis lulliuient for tbe couvicliou ol
'...n.-.,ut kri:iiiit. tliirn n-jiM no altemot
BBStl. ,' , ,
t forcewhatever may have been the purpo.-e.
When rpn is intended by lorce, the hit:er
must be such as to reasonably overcome re
sistance, considering tbe relative strength
of both parties, and oilier circumstance.
(P. C, fiiii.) An a-ult with me intent to
commit any other ollense is coti.-tiluted by
existence ot facts htcu bring the olemo
within the definition ol an aaint, cou, ot
ithan intention commit M'.ci uthirot
feme. (ID., &oG ) 'Juo suije.:t wa a
delicate one lor tun trial Judge;
but, as he refused a new mm on iiiMJil.i-.mt
vftleiic to ttpH.rt a tv.-dic, il;at n.e
case may not be a pieceden'. the ju igau- ,t
and the case remanded fur a new trt.d.
ioui J.uf.ii.1 vi. t'.c S'a'e; 't :u t
county. The def telaiit ii iudictid iih mi
inten; to rae otic Ziiia hi a i, who is al
leged to be a leiuule girl. J i.e ::.ir.r tt, ,t
"to constitute an assault to commit in this
case, tbe purpose and intent must Imve
rmuu to have carnal kti ileili(e o. Zv.m
lietn by force. If hi intent wa- to try lo
oconifdish his purp.).-e by coarse, vul
gar Uunllsriiy, ami the fame pro
duced baine and d enlist; but lonv, to
have carnal knowledge, was not usod or in
tended, the oiTnse w. uiJ be an Mgn-av.iled
assault aud battery "w is sub-'axu'ly cn
rsct. let there was errur in rofi-n g a
ne trial on the lutirtli gMtind. to wit:
"itecause the Veidict cotiirnry to the
TiJenre, triers being no totmioiiy c'ic.tid
upon tbs trial of the csu-c, teu ling to
sbo thai any tores maa usel upon the pari
ot this defendent, in attempting to commit
tbs or.nie itn wiiU h he Iti Lrgnl." Jle
Tersed and renisodi-d. Winkler, j.
li. U. Iloere vs. toe ttaie. Tbe Is has
undergone an aluraUon sine the dm tsion
ia t'hilJs vs. the mate. A .mTu" ts con
" lioed in the act t MaKu 4. lo ilia
llect that part M aaiiilug oo tablet oti m
wtiicJi a tax is Icvieat, ate not ei -ini.i'-d
trwa prusueuiioo. Thrse using a table lT
arie whirli coi.tlict snJ viwlate tlie
I.1 lass, not frexi frum punisumc it
becsuwi a tai is I j t .1 ujkiu that unite,
tsbouid an thing vl a.ue be tet on
tb!e, "tbonri the luipi-H-i tax
liu ben (id, the i!vers sre amenable io
bp.vv iiti .ii. AiJrrun. rt intier. j.
J. W. K"iiT r. tr r"tat ; It m sin "iba
CMnty. ibe d.fmdi.t aig"i a
Brsuiid, lu a osuikmi for a i.' iru. iL
otsrriilinir fw tin aiiitm i for a ninu jm-.
Tins cuait deems il only J'f i tfi f
thai th-re i no c ii-ful bca.ni n.e
fid in i-f tbe and lue Ur r.. "U
to be priwed bj l-iil an i , n li
iruoer- he u n .rf Uie prf-j..rj . ts 10
prtails. R. rr-i and a be Ir.ul
" avs-ie. H in. .
U U. eo ie tb Ftt. fri-n B-.a-.-i
cnamy. As ini'ii,ti i'i cli irr "fhi
tj. il. ivnr m tlie r"untr ol Br.n bim!
ata'e . feLas. en tbe fina'ilav let.ruare.
A. It-, Oil Diea a.xl ibere vl an
Iron ket te, a ie-vrs la keitm,
srilo a li-a ia lit -a.i. nn -i le -r H tom,
rmm tMt.ff B,n.-d at S 1 'ft mtltr' to
lar, nc,'' s wfiie. a t fif ths
aine if is srnet. Her.Twd aud ra
ta. "ted H ti.i.
Ba a-d VI .im t. (i. II Renh: fr'm
Tr afity. le au'ft-)- a revral
tar jd-mfi in tf etne rr a ta-eixient
it- he.a 4 rrtn in eif4i1f.ff rn-
o we Disde tru.--i t.,t tia
. imi -rri u ll m ' h" -b t ,r :t
m iBstur ieeai: 'f f as toS- r.'ial
-,,'r "e iit.if i'im.sj p rty. 1; i tbe
4w-r ! pr-i --i:.f 'e r ri ; ir"
rf iw -.r '' a I r -de-e tt4 m
vtov , aeref?t M Imi Ibi w4, rri.
. . Beir wb Dilal ae he
Jt e4 fcy ) exdasiOB. Afl.nu4.
r 1 - ll-e tt Il-rr tr
rt ml t-tn T-st etniy.- lo e- a
ruat't a utrm-r 4 he tSa
cv.i'a a r j at.fi.u-f-i t jo-y. !
r i -r ' niJ d-r-lT
. fc.re r f. 4r ' 4 hi " u,
i -r i.iiMMt'Wif ' H1"1 t
"Tnt s"l me rW n 4 i d
rP 7" t -.r- 'j r-."-lPS )lCTt
r r ,--,- - r w er,u-rd a
w It 1 1 1 it the rule. Tim rlan of cum s heielie'
ton' I' iii bra: il In the rule are wi.r c tin' lie-'
,i'i,d,illt ndl'lllleil phlillllll'S i u.ni, but ret
i g up fotui' m itter ol avoid. im e, Hint In
i fV i omlluitci tin ili'l'i'iu e, and upon wb eh
1 1 e jury bus luiitnl for iielfinlanl. Willi
- un'i iieeiir I be ciiii'i ileii'i-iiiiurs us i li
tcr of la whether lb" nil' liUisiiiilo
an ohMicli; lo I be r. every nf plamtiilor
uof. Co urn should grain new trml. or iir
rent iii.lgineiils win rn ob a ling do tun mis-
tain the. veidict, If, in nlleiii'd, pli.ttitlll
was nun coiup is mentis at ihn tune tit'.'
agreement w.s i xi-cuied, and tbe neerce
as n tillered in tlie abn'iice of pronl'ol'.t
continuation or H.iinelliiiig of that kind, In'
should be entitled to have tbe agreement
litiinilled and the decree vacated. Huver.-cd
und remanded. Watts, c.
J , IS wouiass VS. r- .'1. .'lumiinv i u .... .
from I.ee county. Where u case is deciiled
on one issue and error was comiiiitted on
mother, which was immaterial to tne is -me
loutid on. the error is itn-' ' rial, lie-
cause a debtor is in tlefu. it ii.'jinga
note, the creuitor, willum: . tU. g uuun
ttv, cautiot indict toss up.... .e demur
tlirouuh his Meeligeuce and fault. in n
coliatcrid notes constitute the avatluh e
propertv of the d jbtor,from which he could
pay tlte debt and without them he might
not be able, it is unjust to hold thut, ue.iig
unable to liouiduic such without these col
ttiierals, th-t mo creditor could, by his
negligence, impose such a loss without in
cutring liability for the same. Alllrmed.
VV'dt ! l '
II. Taylor vs. Hamilton McNutt: from
V:isbini'toii couiitv. Tlie general rulethaW
it is tbe duty of the court lo give Instruc
tions on the legal ell'ectof written evidence
has its exceptions. When the ellcct ol the
,i, .,. nds also noon extrins.u iacls
,i,l eireniHt nines, it becomes the duty of
the court to submit to the jury sucu in
structions upon the legal etl'eci ol the mstru
ineiit us wouid meet the various phases
presented by the extrinsic evidence when
it submits to tbeir consideration the insti-ti-ment
tflgcthur with tlm attending liicts and
eircuiustauccs adduced in evideuco. t'oun--cl
shouhl be confined in their argument to
the sues made by the pleadings, and to
which evidence had been adduced, re
versed and remanded. Watts, c.
Cleorge Ilunn vs. tjtallworth Utah; Irom
Falls county. If the description of laud
given in the grant is so vague and indeli
ni'e that it cannot be ascertained liom it
what land is intended to be conveyed, then
the grant Aid be deemed null und held
void. But where in the calls of the giant
any matter is given by which tho land in
tended to he conveyed can be lound and
identified, then the grant is not void. A
copy of lie'.d notes made in highsh ul the
lime of the survey (in l&Jj) is udnussiblo to
aid in establishing: tlie survey upon the
ground. Where the party averting the
limitation had the actual possession ol part
of the land in cotillict, cultivating and us
ing t.'icsiiiuu and claiming under a prior
-rant and deeds emanating under the
grunt, a charge on tile limitation .is neces
sary. Affirmed. Wutts, c.
Ureenwood vs. l'lerec; Irom Caldwell
county. Where u lot was sold with refer
ence to a map and the representations that
u road would be constructed and depots
erected us thereon delineated, and the pur
chaser was thereby induced to make the
purchase, then tbise representations are
obligatory upon the teller, and a Uiltire oi
compliance therewith is detrimental to the
seller. Tbe measure of damages in such
ea es would he the dili'eieuce between tbe
contract price ami the actual value ot the
propertv. Averments of incorporation
must tic made in order to give, n.-e to the
presumption that such wss a corporation,
he versed and remanded. Walts, a
Coomhf s vs. i liomas et al; from Dallas
county. The objections to the deed made
by a niarrieu woman ti.at it does not snow
ihut she acknowledged tho deed to be net
uct and that it failed to show the delivery
of the deed by her, or a declaration oy the
utliccr ti.at sutd deed was delivered by her,
uie untenable. (Hi lex. 1H4. o2 lex-.ttii ;),noi
is the ground Hint it 'ailed to snow any
privv exaitii-attou of tlie wife by the obi
ter " taking her acknowledgement, well
taken. He versed cud remanded. Wulker,
'"'Dallas Compress company vs. Hryaii el
cl; trim Dallas county. It being alleged
in W petition that It. V. Tompkins wa
the. president of the Dallas Compress coin
nany, the service of citation maite
up..ii him, as such is in accordance
wi.h the statute, acts. 1S74, p. hi. A
defendant's iiumo being properly giv.-n u
is not necessary that it should show tho
the defendant wus served in person itna
ooiiv of the writ and petition as the staiuie
rt oiiires. btiper added description in a de
cree being mere surplusage, will not vitiate
such. 1 he Judgment must conform to the
aUeplionsin the petition in order to con
stitute a legal bn-ts oil which to predicate
it (.'! Tex ;3uo; IS Tex., 1UU.) The alteration
mride must not udiuit oi any mistaken iden-
fty or it cannot be held lmiu itcnal. . Cl)
ex ,4o.) JudguicHt by delimit admits
every averment iiuhe petition except the
Amount ol uatnag -s. (4 Tex , .'Wl; 11 lex.,
Is; ! Tex., S7.) llevcrsed and remsuded.
Walker, p. c, ,
Mary 11. Anthony et al. vs. Gwynn Mor
rison: from Ki'jniu county. The
manner presenued by article 7
I'as Dig. lor continuing the ad
ministrator's successor being the same as
thic. provided in respect to Uelendants dy
ing before verdict, the same rule of pre
ceding ntu't he observed in regard to both
elaa'ts ol i'.i feiuhilils. Suggestion of the ro
iiieineiit oi Hie loruur a'lmiuistrator ss
sticli, before verdict, luus! be entered mi
tho leoird in oi n court bcloie the lu W'y
I I.. l. V i--,nj ,.,11 Vlll'llllliritT
u,iliu....lt ,.ui'..- , .. ,
.1 . .......I ,,,,L.. in, ins. lvi s nirtie. A
k..i . l,r,,ni;,t and vnlicl rendered
ota, nst ail cm ate, permnl judgmenl
asainst the txccUirix to be t-nforced agaiuel
I lie estate eaniioi oe reiniereii r hi'i,
Cl iexa. i; Tex. W; 11 Texas, 57H; lu
V... :iv ltl lexas. 13.) A charge mat me
(lain e ol limitation did lul commence to
rjn sganmt any portion m uie uiuut-j ir
reived Irom tune to time by Roberts unless
a demand was nisde tiy Morrison anu pay
ment relumed by lloberls, is ernmsous. A
i ,. .,,.1 i,c. .rv to nut the statute
of limitations iu motion, (i Texas, lol.) Be-
t cr. il Slid remanded. V alker. p. C
llsilhy ,t r-crougin vs. Davis et al; fro-n
n i, i c A second application foi
eontimiaMce to procure tewitnoiiy ol the
mine witness, unlessdue tinigenue n uub u,
is untenable. Again, the ei lence was ii
insteriai, as it was Intended to show the
rarilist ol the land with Cunleoerate mou
ev The record fails lo snow ibe itrouiids
ul bjef-tin to the iufentury of ths e'ate,
S evidilioe. 111! wnneii ..p.......... .
c ui'Sil B'V" them: In. Tha iiiventor?
wss not eirned and ssorn to ly tne sxacu
trix l No order of court appointtuirap
i,T,lsirt appears. 3J. Tb n.vtiitory ss
it a ret .loed, and hence the sle by the wife
as void. Applies-ion of tbe sppoiniroent
o! appriers ixlaied August M. IS-Ashnw-nix
Uie Ue s iughl to qualify mrnvi.r
t Ibe coiiiiuuuiiy under lbs act 4 Ausnt
lue iiiveiimry was swora to by
",' of the appraisers, wao-a appotnt
i. e it was praed Lr O.nouer U. 1vA
itnir Trj nt:itii'(t ttieir appointment,
il-ul, I r proorrdiiig are not absolutely
,i and are u "pen W col.au-ral a'tack.
7 r.xiis, 17f. 44 Id M lexss.U ) A
ieHu "ei ig determined by a l ourt (or
i ny) a -din tbe'eim. if not a(iint a
rr'.o;i ero.-e evidence, will noi b dis
tj b-d. Affltuied. Delai ey, c.
An.lrw T. l l A ; from Cook
eounit. A stBieme it of facts not approved
tlie trial judrfe will not be eonndered.
i'm evidei ee lantrif to show that the
ifit-.n or.n reo rin in mt k-""
l.,r iWi-ridanL emomw
,,.iii,t.f Ireiaht paid by ,,lait.tifl ft-mtre
sod owl in in .r--e is inadmiWe fn
.i ..ilon sc"ie where t
. . .u .. .a-... i -r ,M-n-d ma.hinerr ei-
rti-is io td.ndarri. hut B- .t
othf part li-. antt n' at pean.. when
,rt Med IbeAhsl any fv por-na-4
bf "TdT 4 . T that any
...sold at ll. tV'ltwed. nenev e.
a - .1 rs. l-n: fr"nx Iti,a
a l,a rmirt t" mt-
.... VIum tl.-rw M ti
s-emeft of f
. . ..... aernrsaV iiB the . -4
,-a-.i.t-Ttl'ieJ"itrrBe Aj 'tnt jndr
t ?;t tne two m--Ti o'. a mi ior.
.ne of wbMB ansse-ed r tww.if to a
. ,rajat f:iT ttieerr eTtaerrone'io
,? r rt. a oil ul wtMber tbe ee-irt ran ei.ter
arfcei t none pro tone b-e tbeee ! no
i , f a l-e-n-er J-vtrwiena. (Pa. W
t-ui -1-4 V. 0 leias. tw.
lie-versed and rr
,m- l"e S'-ev. C.
Trnm C it eontrty
fin- r.tn-er.y lse-t. r fWT-rlJip ' two
,-b ii cae to'i- ajerely o ne-t-m
, tBrt. A. we'd K at twa moles awb a
,tt ae tn run a lie, or by wm ehar-
.vf ,.rTa"B la l-! tit are'- !
he -' 4 H arvl tA sale WTrtd R
e.i'et th -v. C. pn.iBed tte
n t n h rs'Wl t aa w rnnsnt
ji, ttd, A- BrtTjovetrf Was ia Tt-
I'.ui of law und will not be en iireed, '
K ',, : 't.'ii. llfVttr.K- ( Kill ruiniiiidcil. "
f fiunnin nf (l)lnlii lit tl Miiprenia Court,
An. tin, lerin, IHH't.
':. Dctit-ch A Co., vs. I.. W. Waltoiitippcnl
IVoi i II -.lar c.oiinl . When tlio Wife, Willi
ii.lt In ing joined by the bush mil, had rxc-
ciPi d a it.-ed n Ivh g tin rem: a con-oil' r-
le u deemed v.ll liable ill l.-W. il it be udoiit
I, d tha' siic.'i a ileti.l mw not millic'pnt to
nii-s title, it doi s not loilow I li .it the. Im--I,
mil could not recognize the considers,! nm
paid lo the Ail'e :H a stillle'ent u"id valiMh'
niie lor liU stibseipieiit eoi.vcyaiiuo in lien
oi me wile s prior one. Aiuriueu. i in
ner, j. !
.1. A. nnd 11. J', Morris vs. H. A. and It.
II, (iroen; appeal from lle.xar county. X;
the original grantee, conveyed a tract of
land by deed absolute, upon us .'iiAo to It.,
n citing payment, of .$(1,000, as tlie purchase
monev. 11. siitiseoui'iiilv by He'd, ansoniia
upon 'the face for W,0;nl recited ns pui I, c in
veved to tlio grantee, miller whom the an
pe'ilee held, l'he unnelliuts claim, under a
conveyance from N., m uln twenty year
suhseqiient to his deed to It w'i .iui' I
the consideration as of $1000, as
paid, and oilier C uisaleru n.ns Hoi
u'aitied. This deed recited the sale
by N. to it., und from U. to upnellee's
grantor, und thut It. had executed his notes
to X. for tbe purchase money; hut held the
same until he sold und conveyed the same
land to U., iliog-antorof appellee, for nu
mbliiinnal consideration over the said sum
of the notes, and delivered tho said notes to
li. with the deed ot conveyance, iimv uie
mild (1. miirlit know that X. held a lien on
the land. Ibis deed from X. to appellants
also recited thut ths notes executed to ft . by
II. hud never been paid and tratisl'ered
the same, with nil the rights that X. hsd
therein, to appellants, who went into pos
session of the laud. Knit brought by ap
pellees to recover the land against the ap
jiellauls, who pleaded not guilty. Appel
lants jiroposed to prove by X. the consider
ation for which tho notes from It. to X.
were executed, that they had never been
paid a:id that appellee's grantor had notice
of such facts at the time he purchased from
which was excluded. Held that the court
did not err in excluding this evidence,
hut if appellants desired to enforce
any supposed right they might
have hud under liens covered in the notes,
they should luive set up their liens for un
paid purchase money. They were not en
titled to eniorce any suen claim under a
plea of not guilty on a suit of trcsimsss l
try title. The title conveyed by N. to It.,
nud under which appellees held, divesicd
him ol all possessory right whatever, and
the miles in tlie hands of appellants was no
defense to tlie action brouirht by appellees.
A. A. Kdso vs. P.T. Adams; from I valde
county. Kdso sued Adams on contrtiei.
Suit filed August ii, 1S74; cause continued
'or service January W, 187o. May 17, 187.
csuss continued by consent; Hepteiuhar
1S7.", cause continued Hupou an agreement
t o submit to arbitration the matter in con
iroveivy, which agreement was signed by
Kilso as plaiiitifl'utid Adams as defendant.
January 17, lS7ti, defendant tiled a plea to
tne jurisdiction, because not livinK in the
enmity when suit was brought. Held, p
pelles had been duly served with process,
anil we think that his consont toa general
continuance, and expressly his agreement
to tirbil ration, was a submission to the
jurisdiction of tho court. When the parties
'to a suit consent to a continuance they by
that act agree to try the cause before thst
court, but not at that time, lie versed and
remanded. Delaney, c. Adopted by
Sickles et al. vs, J. K. Largcntj from Col
lin county, ll'asutt, is brought in which
the executrix, us such, becomes a party,
and tne suit so brought was so fatallydefbrt
ive as to parlies that no cause of action we
t herein presented, it would certainly folio
that the former judgment, rendered against
' hese phiinlilci n the same capacity would
in no wav ulfect the right of the executrix
to maintain a suit for ihe land. Such n
judgment would not, if that doctrine was
irue. be ns adjudicatu us to the executrix,
nor would she be estopped thereby. In the
ibsence or contrary prour the property sued
for must be considered us community,
which the wile wus entitled to one-hall,
subject to payment of community debts.
Reversed and remanded. Watts, c.
Adopted by supreme court.
W. F. Edmonilson vs. James Connor nnd
wile; error from Dallas couiiiy. Under the
act of Fcbruury 14, 1800, entitled, '-To
prevent judgments Irom becoming dor
.iiaut ami to create and preserve payment
liens," a judgment rendered on the 23d ol
February, lltiu, did not operate as alien
wi hont registration. Affirmed. Delaney
a. Adopted by supreme court.
B. adder et ul. vs. Jose et ul.; trnm Lamar
county. Il does not rest upon t he execu
tive creditor to cstaoiisli that the husband
vena insolvent in order to entitle him to
sue tho Interest of tlm community la th
In iwl iii sslisbiction of his debt, ami ill
husband, to the prejudice of a creditors
could nut nave given iii.ioumiuiiiiny moii. y
which went to pay for the land loins wile.
As no lien attactifd to the land until the
levy of the execution, the property then he
iug registered as her serto property, he
Auld not have been precluded Irom show
ing tnui her husband "sve to her the com
munity nionee, if such wa the fact, and
lust al the time of such gilt the husband
had le-l in his hands ample property euo-j-t
to execution io pay all his debts. Af
li lined, btaylon, a. j
ihurber A Co. vs. Jamci Connor; from
Tarrant county. A term of years has sucu
au estate in lauds as would sustain tne
common law action of ejectment,
and, in fact, the fictitious cause ot
action which was the foundation
ol that proceeding was substantially wnat
the present one is in reality. Under our
statute of forcible entry and detainer the
right of possession is tha only matter in
issue, and the plaintiff cannot recover rent
even, which wai one or the grounds in this
case, but which under oar stat mei can he
recovered in trespass to true tine, l'laintid
suel for possession and rents, and ths dis
trict court, therefore, had Juriediction. lte
versed and remanded. Bonner, a. 1.
Dwyer vs. Continental Insurance com
pany; from Washington county. Dwyer
sued apjiellee in the court below on a
policy assigned to bim. Appellee
oilered as defense fraudulent burning
on the part of appellant. Tbe
court charged the jnry that tbe bunlen of
proof was upon appellee, to ehow the exist
ence and contents of tbe policy; ths value
of the gonds lost: that tbe loss was not the
fault l uie Insured, nor tbe result ol di
bonenty on bis part, or the part of the
a-eine or agency. Held, the charge, as
rivMi. was an instruction, in effect, fur tb
jury to find for the ririetiee, unless the en-
.leUOS BnowiMl no iiiwhuinibj vuruuiK. VII
the part nf the Insurer, his awrtgnea or
irencT, which etlectnally intruetel a wre
iimpiion which the law, as a matter of fart,
,.ws not in'iulb-e. Keversed and remanded,
stsvton, a. j.
llrooks vs. Clarka; from Graf nnn county.
Clarke hv next mend, sued ilrooka lor
.iinK! through mslprartice in delivery at
oirtu. Itrooke was an accauriieur, tun,
tir reaaon of unnklllfol practice, in
jured plalmifTs sreneratiira orfatis for
.lie. riaintifT recovered dsm sees. Motion
lo abs'e unit tiecau of death of appellant
T-rrnld. A ifeal diamiej becanas
suit was .bermeht by next friend and wot by
Itaoeannir (ranted. Uwd, tba ,
ilurca inflicted beina Ian as bui ftro-
uc- mental and pbysval pain throughout
ki entire hie. ths court can oat buhl the
amount aanleJ !'') exceaaivs a
actual damares A a onjertion lo a chares
eiemniarr damaees submitted to tbe
jury is inteuahl when first ohjerted tn in
imaenart. 1 he endenee in ine case rait
i'it for a proper charge or exemplary dsm
are tierauBS of rroM fieri irriv-e, did not
uffioentiy aliow soch eviderice necs'ivn
il;irrren va lbs part ol defendant as
ansle it in.proper to tbe court to cnarge
aa tbesnhjeit. ' Afhrrnsd. Oovtlrt. e. J.
Jihn hr'Wke T. Henry Ti. t'lee-. hf
next friend: Jnatiec Bonner's diwntinr
orini'. Altera renew ana a-er-na"n "i
Biany lead'nr esses tbe learned judre inml
cp bis aa fo.lnws: 'Krom tbee and other
auitenti h is beliered that tbe troe mle I
. . . a v- 1
-md pnoeiole, that eier.pi.ry damarre
j i a ir-nxr immm atxlt ia 1
uSX'lZi T?-rl i
lo.;. fsWmnei. a te tn fax or ay 1
-TT. .7. . aam.h k iw Bsnee
f u dsnrer are"
n- in U
my-akt or wnsfiap mar nniD
tesni'nsr'v. tbsonrb rwei f"ie , ft
mv b. I s banpeoed. Anb-atrh ib ae
frr'rhrh eT-rrf.ary eTcr- my be re
wiwed. la T-i-n tana t ns-.av.r dsnom.-
ate4 frjm wkoc, it vt as Bioca Uat
i,i..mii a rrf rari. .i rs mr 7 - a i-snriisi""'
aa tn tb inal.! t jn i ' i - -- - -. - - - tW ft--i-. oi sot
aaia-bt tjatorai. t rs"B 1 1. aro i w - " . - - . r , .-u
' ' . v,aa hoea areertesj. 1-1 D " ewrr ane- tk a.
' itive nor nt iitiii.-'i'ilt, 11 otie which fair
i, id i.i up ol 'i p mIi j vn nit of c-mi in ' m'
liii h it h bei iiiid t Im linn nl' m rn ii,.,: II"
in e un I In e hui'1 a l ulll rm ul i V'i nc', done
' In r lute n Inn-ill v. In lac' , or inner un li
, : ri'tltti ilil'ice ns til it tin ilil"ul lon jll''e
vbl reason ibiy j,rr.iiit" I . by winch
, ,'iecxiiiM orini' i d or ipia-t cr'iiinial in i
,,,,ttirn. Tim tc-.t iiiony inline cue sbov,
I,,; ilcfeiiilaiit Win skillful in Iih prof s
.j,,,,, Nu ri u'oii is
..ni ViT why li'i should eareles-ly, luiicn h s
Vill.ilij have ca-lu'd the injury.
' He ui.lortiiii itely m iy have c'nii
nittel lid' ait. and allougl'i Im 'may be lia
re fur ti'tt T 11 dniniiKi'S, in should not un
der the cirrti instances bo liable also fori:.-
i-mnlarsdaiA uanner, t. j.
neaj vs. lY.''l from W illiiruann County.
Wil'uillt pr nut oi levy ici'i excciivioti as
stllboritv tlirmor, n sherilf cannot claim
right ol piiuscssrt, n lis against, u third puny
not interested in .the payment or execution,
and trillion! proiH r predicaie, such proof is
not admissrthlu. 1 'he court having ullowe I
evidence of special .dam iges to go to Ibe
itiry, and that bcttlt? orror, the iiidgiifut
will be revursed iinh- ' the speuitil d images
if i!"0 is remilied in 14 u days; otherwise the
jttd nient h alHrnied. Uould, c. j,
Hines vs. Thorn, e al.; from Young
couaiv. An inchonto jclaim for land is u
siinject multer of sale. .'V legal "ale to land
conveys also a legal title to llm ceitdicate
through which it was appropriated. It is
not necessary for u certilied copy
of dned oiSercd in evidmicu
to show fr on tho copy that the original cer
niicnlii til' it, so supports) was unilerthe
nlUciiil Si'al of tiieoilic.er. Th nresuoiptiou
(in abssuce of proof) being if a strict jier
I'orinance of Ihe duiy by the ollicer. The
bunlen of ifoof to show a superior right is
on the party who attacks the legal title.
Allirmed. Honner, a. j.
J. L. Wallace vs. J. (J. Caddal!: from Hell
count v. In a suit of trespass to a try title
the plea of "not guilty" formerly did not
admit a trespass on tho part ol the defend
ant, but calls upon the plaiii'.ill' not only to
prove title in himself, but also to prove un
actual or constructive trespass by some
character ef adverse claim or assertion ol
title or interest by the defendant, but now
the revised statute has reversed the case,
See Art. 47114. Alllrmed. Walker, p. c.
Adopted by supremo court.
Xcwman vs. D.ibson etal.;froiu Washing
ton county. An intestate duvtsed his entire
estate to a minor daughter, providing that
il'slie died before majority without issue
the estate should vest in his brother. The
,1 a ii. ,1,1 .ir .IImiI hi. Th.".' ulll inri I V Iftuvillf mil!
chiiil. Held, the contingency failed to
irin tvliii'li vested platutlll (the brother)
with anv in:erest, under tho will. The mar
riage of the daughter beforemujority r. mo.vi!
..- i.e. aoiiu.v, mid ill lier tieatti Lucciiatc
i-vsted absolutely in tlio surviving unti l .
Though the will gave appellant cuiniol
Hid nisnajeiiient ol the property during
tlio daughter's minority, that control
censed dtlier marriage. Appellant having
set up an adverso ciaitu was no longer u
proper custodian of the estate lor the ben
eiit of Ihe child. Atlirnved. Homier, u, j.
Hlnte ol Texas vs. Mid Jleton et al.; from
Travis county. Tub rule of law regulating
the appropriation of payments, as between
uulividiiul debtors and creditors, docs no',
hold us between collecting officers of the
state and their sureties and the auditing or
accounting officer of the state, fiuit was
uroilnht usiainst the collector anil sureties
for taxes collected in 1H70, upon
a bond given in 1870. Jtiumiiciil
lor the stain, $1,150.7. A special
finding .of the jury showed $1,1.01.20
il the taxes of 187(i had been paid by tin;
collector into the treasury, und by the
comptroller applied, to his urrears for the
years 1S74 8, during which years ho
collector (tinder a different .bond) and in
default. The court below applied this pa -
........ ,a 1 1. .liL.tl t' 1K7II i-t.ihl r. .i-. -. i
llli'lll 1U IIIUUU.Liu vi ....... ..... ...
It, io shown that tbe iury lotiiid
specially that alter the execution of the
meld sucu on, the collector collected $l,Jo3
.if'tbo luxes due in lS71und 187o, which is
not included lu terms us shown by t'.c
pieadings in the present suit. Fortius re
son this judgment is remanded thut this
item niny he embraced in the pleadings
and another and separate suit uvoided.
Reversed and remanded. Blayton, a. j.
Sjuorsls of Opinions of the Commissioners
of Appuuls Austin Trm,
Morris et al. V3. Credo; irom Travl
c junty. Kuggfistions of delay by appellee
opens the record as to all errors. A can
cellation of an endorsement on a rioto after
institution of suit docs not curry er change
ihe cause of action, and cannot effect the
liability of the original makers of. the note
to pay the letral and equiluhle owner. Al
llrmed with damages. Walker, p. c.
Bocl el al. vs. Prattler, tax collector;
from Dallas county. Suit brought by ap
pellants to enfiiiu collection of an occupa
tion tax of $iU0 on each s retail litjuor
dcu'ers. under section 3 of an act ot Jane .'),
IS7.I The law was asailed below as un
constitutional. Held, the law is constitu
tion!, ai.d the tax levied collectable, (47
Texas, 381; 1 Ct. app., Affirmed.
WaUer, p. c. t
Death of Judgo Winkler Har llesoltitions
To the Hon. A. J. lUintT, Jmlannf the District
Court ul lue taccou.1 Judicial District o. lexas
Tho undersigned committee, npTioint.d
by your honor, to prcpure resolutions, ix
nressive of the grntimetits of the court
aud members ol tho bar ol Harrison
uouiiiy, uficr hc-i cf the death of Hon
C. M. Winkler, resiectmlly report the fol
lowing and ssk their adoption : .
llcfolved, That the members ol the bar of
llarrifon pountv have beard wHh deep re
irrct and prrrtonnd sorrow of the death of
tj. M. Winkler, one ot tne jmiges oi lue
court of appeal of the state of Texas.
Resolved. That we recognize in Judge
wink er an honest man. a Patriotic citizen.
a gallant soldier, a good lawyer, an npriidit
juitgcand i.nnstian geniieman. inne
life wai especially distinguished by fidelity
to every trust rejiosed in htm, whether
puWIIr or private.
His death is s public calamity, which we
join the bar and people of an entire state in
Rimilved, That we tender to the family
nt the deceased our heartfelt sympathy in
tld their great tiereavement,
Keaolved, That Ids honor, tlie fudge of
11 ia court. Is respect fully rexiietd t urdor
these resolutions to be spread on the rec
ords thereof and to direct the clerk to fur
nish the family of Jndre Winkler with a
eopv thereof, signed and certified to by
the judge and clerk of tbe court and to fur
nish oopic to tbe city papers for publica
tion. Eesiiectfully submitted.
V. B. fsrjtTo,
Jaaes 1 1 mm,
JORS T. l'lKKI'K,
t-Kirtos L. llii.u
Manhall, Tex, May loth. Ih-0.
mr.iKTs Awnnos or rrxtn.
a li ma A riinftl CVBeBfi at Deniliasi,
sml W a.lBeMlar. 4bbb istav taas.
Ospuin W. C. Connor, of this city, pre
dent of tbe stat association. La irsued the
following circular letter, which will be
foand to contain interestinc Information
trr members of fire departments in Texas:
T the Flrrtaea of Texas:
JULm. Mav 15, 1H2 I would moat ear
nestty requeat that m h firecompsey and
deirftn Tieot in ' be state he represented at tbe
aerenth annnal conrentwm. bub onn ernes
on tlie 14'h of Jnoe (ernnd W'dnea-lar) in
tha beanufnl little eity of Brvidiam, as
mora bnsine in wbv-h all bremen are
interested. Will run before Tun. 1 be T
rtarr. Mr. olledce. d Hi:lViro. has
oceiwdel In prnntt free trsnrirtatMm
in tK nilnjavla. and tbe rH.bie-tiearied
fire dTsnnient of Brenhsm extend lo ym
webfin. .rnnis-rr lo do erery-,
tbinsin tbeir tv-wer t" mit t ne srveiii h
convent 11m a aueres. 1 !i c-rr nr-"i
erery rmnpary in tea l tT-riafvs of
baa an ammeserailr
tSW'P' t'TI. VfiK-TI
orra-nitatv Pit r 7?
tasraorial tsreor. ana as a oo'y or ail
tr- n. t-t ro- w,,h ., h
eominr enererittoii. . .
Brenrisrs be bad baa- -TT,s eT'enMI f a-
cm'iot and bee a fail f r!avm. I
tom-isuii wi.l tn: y Mr. " re ,
tfce ear.ie-l Biwrrt. of eleervej 14 d-e- .
rstee. a that transl""t"'' vav be pro- .
ca-ed IS Ume. Ton? rmserj r I
W. C. trTO, Imt I
.1 -. . .... h.m M AB I ,n unn. I , .
A BINfll I, til Vf II f
llm l:triiiir.lhiti t I iniirut left lis a
i .illfiirnbi I'lomor
A will of ri ! i 'i r ,i i il e ii. 'i.l.i.ilily Iiiih bi'en
lllc I III Ibe Hun i nine -co prnbiitu ion rf ,
ill itle by .l.ili'i I'. I'uutiiii'l, mi ul I piimci r
w 1. 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 ri i e n ' 1 v , Ihe will is in the lie-ceu-c
d'i liH ii ba'i. I,vr, tiinf, no I the chief
p n .is are et l.i.ln.vs: "I, John i. I',.ul
In i 'I, ol Hie city ul Ha, i Fr me. -co, county of
s.n i'ruiii iscii (I .iii.-s it noii't iiiuoiiot
In u d ii the couiitv I am in), siatu of
dear old ('iilifornia knoving toe iint'cr
iiiiol.V of life and heitig of sound anil dopus
in' Iniii.l unit nu niorv. do ni ,kn and iiihi-
lisli Ibis, mv lir.st . i.,Mr.. unli milv ivtll uiitl
it"iaiueui, i wi .It il uniKrslouil that 1 ..in
in HIV clear, level liuiidc I sense, ml. I liuiov
,ti.n wh.it I urn uboitf. and I ilou't want ituv
one hot'iiu lanyer Imimiic-b I'noling urounil.''
Tho will then pio.ioes lliitl his remains he
taken to Norwalk, Ohio, und Ihut his pa
rents mid Dm, her be buried with them ami
one monument put over them. He directs
thut noiu i.f'the cliililuii of his father by
bisrcciiul wile be uuried anywhere neur
him. Of lii.i two hull-sisters ho suys: "They
re noble girls, hut they don't tie
long to the Inst i-stie. There wusucbusm
lining lint, let il even bo wider in deuih.
I'u is deathbed repeutunce und piirtlouitig
of all gn at wrongs is all 'in your eye,' and
worse than hypocrisy." The will then pro
vines Jur the iliTCM.su km of spurs, saddles,
pipe, clothing, to relatives. "Cousin
lieorgc C, I'unihm! is to get my pistol, ben,
kuiieaisl scubbard, llm best outfit lur use
in the west, Cousin Jloyd l'atitliiul is to
huvo m.t improvcii dotible-nctiou pimoi,
iho 'buss pistol' in Anietica.,' Fuilhenti
rectious are gtvou ubotil burial. Flo bu s:
'"1 Want, lo bu buried by Masons. 1 don't
want any minister or preacher of uuy kind
at the Initial, l'he .Masons do not lire in
llicir work. Cio.'pi l sharps aud I never
lltK-'k together inucldy. I may not die lor
a year or more, but best get tilings in
. The. lame &t;ir StehBol ruml.
Wo clip tlm following points of interest
from a recent issue of tne Suu Francisco
la'tirning that Prfesor Alexander Hogg,
associated editor of tho T'e-ius Journal ol
Education, and a member of the Press as
sociation, was still in the city, our reporter
culled to see him yesterday and elicited the
Ucporier lTrolessor, you are from Texas,
and, I learn, take great interest not oulv
in tier schools, hut in the cem-rul develop
ment of the whole state; will you be so
Kind as tm;iv us some, idea ol I lie sctiool
iui.o., or wiiAt lias btvn Unite lur Uns, io'
i.i:r Int-iO, t.i-.'t'.'.et, inter, si ol anv stjiiti
toe i'ti- ,c a. ... of li -r s in. iiiio (l.ttilit'i-s'.'
liov: ni!. USD is :iue vaia'aiii.e.
l'rolersor lint to vonr main question
Her pr.'in.iiii-.it, nut a'.ioti.d enUunumuul
siuiuls to n iv us inlinvi'M 1 ernianent cush
fitutls, if 1u17,:j1-1; of I.o.mI (acres), 60,614, ll'x
or toe iciiuei'. io 1'ie suii'aus utoue heu.g
$3..Yv,ncti; ol te ;utier. or of laud, for the
same plitiv'ire, 0b,tJU0,0.Ki acres, ltie re
'tn iii ii:-' money in. a lun is go to the I'ni
'i sity (tnui a-.il lo chatiiable inslilulious,
Tn.s fi ..o.umxi acres havei been surveyed
and piilentel us uilcrinite sections, milon of
il hv Un: various railroails receiving sixteen
:-ci tjiii, s lo the mile of road Of. lit and
impped. Fortunately these hinds
hive lonnd no market until lately.
Too railroads have s'mpiy made I he
sc.iool Ui.tis vi. liable in the saute THtio
as they have marie their own, anil Irom
the development ol the count ry which tucy
traverse. 1'ukt-a siimle road the Texas iV.
1'aciliu. Ol'its 1,17 miles, stretching Irom
tlio most t astern (Texurliuiui) poi-tiouol tlie
.-tiite lo tin: most ivesiei-ii (Kl l'aso). mid
,i.iiil t!aiis;.'0iit'.iiCiital oivision thrvtii;h
i;.e ic.i'iiii ru tn-r .f counties, bill parallel
'. i . i i il ie it in iii in iriiuk lines. Tovtus smi
til n cy tue score lioto'dy, nut by ibe hun
lirciis, u;; splinting up as if by magic along
lis hues. In eoniiectiiei with thisroud, ami
itii'i- r ile'sainn tnaiisgetiiei.t. is the lnu-r-iiu-.ioul
.t tiicii .Noiiii.'rn, extending irom
l.oiigv.cw, the jiinvtion wtiii the U-MuStt:
I'.t: ilic. t', ii,u..-,iiii him i.iu.c-.tO:l,ulicl also
brniiei'i.ij s.i i'l.lcs n.e uici ejc.endiwr, via
Austin, t tie capital, and San Anu. mo, to La
redo, on ihe lei thank of tne HioU ramie, and
thence into Mi xico. The length of this mad
ii 7S-' miles, and all upon tbe soil of Texas,
lint the aggregate mileage ol these two
roads is only l,bo4 miles, while the slate bus
of these and oilier roads us important over
.1.000 miles of ruilway in actual operation,
liy a simple aiiihini iii al calculation it will
be seen how the school mini has acuumithit
id so large a number of acres of the public
domain. Ami further, that this land, from
neing unsalable and almost valueless, bus
at once become very valuable and really is
in great ileiiiiind,
lleporter Where is Ibis land locu'ed?
Prolesw r M uch of it ill what is termed
the Pun liaintie, .-u-t of the IM1 meridian
and nortu ol the S.'d parallel. That of the
Texas & Paeiliu lies, lor ILe most pari, on
either side of its line.
lteporer What is lliQchirnctcr of these
lauos to whul are they Hilapted?
Professor- From Kl l'aso esi to tho Pe
cos river there is already much interest in
milling. Co d and the prtcious u eta s
have been discovered in the spurs of the
Organ moiintuius, tspvcially very hue coal
I car Kj.de Springs, uoou., one hundred
miles et.st of Kl l'aso. From Ihe Pecos to
tne Colorado nvt-r grazing lanui predomi
nulo. Kast of the C ioia.lo grazing and
cgru'iiltiiral lands, the Utter beuuuing
in. .re autl more the rule till you niecl with
Ihe evidences of the highest state of culti
vation, with a thrifty and Well contented
I'ttaluuul Ailiiuia'a Mauucia,
Kkw YoltK, May 11. What a change has
come over Chester A. Arthur. I was lu
Washington city last week aud saw him
several times. lie seems to have set the
people there in a huilatialoo by his rood
breeding, which I can't say is very grant
ing when well cotisidi-rek, or very
complimentary . to pmaideula aho ha. a
gone belore. It causes the most intense
mi-prise apparenlly that the president
knows how to enter a room, and people
stand back in wonder when ha receives
nroticrly. This sentiment ts rather comical
at tunes, as when a whole room lull of peo
ple rise at the entrance ol the president,
1 am Informed that some of the enthusiasts
call him "your F.xcellency," whereat h
invariably grins In a small non-obtrusive
way. it doesn't surprise m that
the VYaMiiiigtoiilaiii will not accept
a president who knows what to
do with bis bands when Bearing a drees
MiiiBiihnut long ooniinned exclamations
of amazement, even alu-r months ana
mouth cd acauaiiitsiioe. llut what
chatiire ha come over Gemral Arthur, not
lu his appearance and manner, but in hi
(xilUy, I n member hioi fur years here,
i rrn before lie Was In the casiom-bonke,
when be was a a-ix"! Mliw iu every
sense of tbe word, its drank ant live!
veil and hai a rtxy fans, lie wa
hail-fellow-well-met witb everybody, and
would work ham t" do anvixajy a lavor
Now hi late la iiiui-h whiu-r, lie give yoa
the same cnrilial Imnd-frrasp, lut his vonr
is r really cbaiiged, anu be i no nmre like
be Arthur of a lew aeo than be la like
lltitberford U. Ilave. late lamented
When be was Tice-prc-idriit he bbs iltt
aine heart v. eaey rs-itic New Yorker.
He knew evervb-Blv and everybl knee
b im. but Tx-w, as r,-nOj-nt, he is all changed
in one war and ikH at all cl. autre! in
another. ( suppo il is a use ol uirmty.
hot il is not al all ninraaive, and even il
yoa era disappointed in imm rmdi-ir bin
what you eipecte.1 as I adiait Uist I
yon Irare bim with a tes-lif-r rf admiratMm
despite rouraeii. Mut 1 aion g call nim
Year tscelleocy." LouaiTiile Commer
Co. iesm Vres of tbe Herald.
Clam, Mav M. 12 tsr.'aln Wflliaa
Morton, (oreierty eiWf of police of Issh.
Snet Wt'h ft ae-Vntt sm ent la nir't
twae lH.,t,f, f ar,tih nf here. He
. nepn-r ain-nfl aer on thir e to
tne reiHrrma ot ptrtiea the ear-a re
atrd. and rpen B-'-.i. . n s miV nf the plan
the lsa mr k f-'rtit rhile eoit"n kn a
is,l, ' rn vi t.e bank, nt-aa-tine the
borry. ar -am M. fa! mr n- O-r rt. er-n-il.s
I. J U'i ki veTt liavif. lit MsTisj
tn t bis c"v. al is e-i-w the ce rd 1t
atsi, fi it'as re think am.i!tiTa rnav
r-sa-y Thr arl-tn. at tb-a tmttumr
fnse. is Iks' l le be rt"'ed. a ' s.
t : toans va-
te-rt'vn.'tQS 'eot ! ae ahs
r tils a feet deal ot
y, ti Ism f da-r Ues-e lata bar
awxr evrr r dreirjefji in tbe 'oai
rr.;mm n- .
-r -. .c-. r- W-r Kar, as a
- ,4 vt- that -.be -?:4-y Lot of crrias-1
L extend weKwara. 1
IIOV TO ri ELL
II. inline "linttii'fis
f unit fur eleHII. lleat
Willi lV AITI B Willi
tlie rcl letter , i
triii'hi the etnlileinl
.if mir on. If. H ,ii t i in,
Mi.it.tr Hal I rm I ii !:
hI-. i.ii-erve tlie nig
ki t ;
In re I In" on llm l.li'.
TAKH NU li'I'lll It.
if those wllo lllioiv untiling "f MeillCllI
.ni!,llll..l. IVbl) I'll OUI IHHlrllsIB Kltnwil Ul
sour, and l.ebn: mini md prove w oi I IiIo-k. siui
only in,i. le lo lleuee lb public ini to t.trati) on
i In- we.l eariii d reputiitl u nfZ"lll .' mul
leluea These frauds Inive tin ri).Baioti to mm
t In iitid will client you or h few pennies every
wav Ibey Clin.- l.nnk enrel'll! to the medicine 'ill
Ii,,liii i..l In t.ilii. fnr miicli sntli.rhnr. liertltil
in nt injiirv. und cvei death Itself lis ri nilte'l
fio .i itu roper Inaf neni, util from taking un
skilfully prepared .nc. Heine.
('AM-riLi.K "K . July H, 1S79 Dear Hlrs-I
srinl n siiiitlier iie kuw of tbe counterfeit; It is
.wdet nlriitl package It suys It costs you initlt-;iu,-,
bill it like to have coat uie my life. Yours,
,7C. IOIIS (iaiFTIN,
ri (. ..
6' .' t. .'-3 -eVw.
Ajvnrifr hvf mf-dlclnal mrn'is of nrrpslliicr dis-
'hm. Tid.-iwifST' sittUiiuili Hiiturs Kiaiiiln pro
-, incite ji t. luifriK t Ik J'tiriiiO' 'i'-".ii !. cf all
Jso tics if i So n;iitw.- b, J'tcr (mi: le" ?
vics the r:Ui t fwiiui. j.rcvt ni.s v.' -a.
'.-.lillrf nivi uvM'. .ii.Ttmm'M lim lUMi'.'iv ti!" Ihe
i.l 11058, iAHl-iivr la II IVIKlfU" y t I'll- 'UHHtiMU,
funl -m ii .('iiniuu siny Rii.i f. :nt!e lo ucd, iiilirra
tiit'l ficriis .tvo:is.
l ur M.V by all iinuu'ii-Uuut.driilerfiKenprally.
PovaJii.!' HoaibW Driiwtu
r',"rv" i1,' iif-;"';,.
lu tho city of Louisville, on
Wodncsday. Iay 31,1883.
Thc.tu dreirtiii? occur nmiitlOy f-iiitvf-;.. cn
wined) ti:el:r provii-ions of a:t :t:f ':i a
ir,.l AH.'intiiy of UeiiTnel;y.
1 he rt:it-:ii 't;ites iii-uit ( etn-i ou ii.iuvb 5,1,
reivlen'il the fi: 'oiviiix drnlslon.
ltt That the Ooinmonwealth Distrlburi'in
Coinpitny is K-i:.il.
'uu Hi liVii.l 1:1.1 urc lau1.
V. l:. '! ho ',(.irp m'.iv iu'.'t now nu iilclii
r 'hr; e r-i-.td
Tu-iU i'rfttPv the !ii,l.
1 t'-im: m,W
t 1 iir.t: . I I
1 1'i'te n."'C
10 Prie, l.r0 each Iumi
at) Prizes, J iilO ewb 10,0 0
Prljes, .') each app xmt'nprhieg 2,7(i0
9 PriTAis. f-.MO each ' " l,.-r
Prlrei!, tltmeie h
CO Prteeii, tlW each lO.COC
) Prizes, fVOciicli IO.i Cl-
500 )VIe, f .tOeiieh 12,0
1,11,10 Prise, IflO each l.o'
1.9H0 Priie Jl!?..
Wholo Tickets, 8 Half Tickets.!
21 Tickets, 50t S5Tlchets (10U.
Remit mouev or bunk draft In letter, or eBi)
0 expresn Don t tieml by replnteren letter or
liostoflioe onler. unier or it anu upwara oy
.TprcNBCan tie sent at oiireEneiigt, Address ail
i;ii.T5, to K. M. HO A RDM AN, Uourler-Joumal
lluli.lluB. l.oui.,vl.i, Ky or K. M. BO AKPMAK,
nroaaway. ew ora
BllOWjrS IllOX imTETIS are
a certain tmre for nil -.
reqnlrins a corarlrto tonic; cro-claHyIndMrettn,lypoptla,lnter-
niliu-nt Fevers, Want of Apptlo
Loaa of Strength, Ijack of !erp;y,
etc i:nrich.-s the blood, strcnici li
es the miw'lc anil irlvcn new
lild to th ncrvea. Aotn Mki:
-I arm of -he dlirewUve orsan.
mnorlnff l SrapcptiO rympwrn
each as last! na: the food. Belcbia .
llaa In the Wonsach, Ileavrnbnrn,
-to. The emly Iron IVcparatloa
that will not Waclcon the teeth or
frlre) headache, rknd f all PruU
ciMU at $100 a boil le
brows cin:ncAii co.
lis ltl more, Md. .
.SaMdlfB Set-l BS B. Vr r"r'""
If VMt OF mtTATIOia,
A Iw ax W anare A
riuiTay a Lanman's
Eesl for TOTIET. BMH
W5je.", ,a. , 7s.r w.
1 fiFtl Tku
r-j a vb-t :
CUBES FITS. "W
TUe only kuowu Specific Uemeily for Epi
. SAMARITAN NERVINE
Ctirps Fplloptlo Fits, Spfifnu-. Convnlnionp, St.
Viiim Dance, Vortiiru, Ilrcric8, hi'nniiy, po
plcxv, l'i.inlvi, Khoiiiiiitlifin, r-jtiri.lgi:i, unci
till Nim-vous UiPcH'-rj. Thifl iiifulHlile romeily
will piitsjlivf-ly rnidicutc very upt'el-'H of Nor
vmiH i)ci"i.iiemHit, und drive thftn iiwny l'rura
wiienc tliry ntuie, i)tver lo return h;;Min. It
nttuily iler-troyt Ui frtrin of ilUum-e by iieiitral
iini; ilit br-rvditary tuiut or )')itMiii in tlio hymen.
tiuil thoroughly crutlicuteb Uiu iii beast', and ut
teilf dcsLroya The taiuty
SAMARITAN ITER VINE
Ciirr-n Femilo Wonkncs?, Ccncnil Pebllty, Lou-corrha-fi
or WhltcB, J'Mutnl M.-imtniutioi.,
l:lcmtinn of tbe lltern, lutcri'-al Lieut, Cirnvel.
lulianiiuftliou of tbe lilnliior, Irritability of tho
lilndder. l-'cr WukufulttcHr. ut. ni'tit, thpri) is
no butter rumedy. luiiii. tliu cliaue nf lifo no
Ft'mulff Jibould bo without il. It qui flu tbu Ner
voiirt Syntcm,iind givusrobt, comfort, und nuLurc's
Cnron AlcohollBin, Tlrnnkcn2,"F and tlm habit nf
Opium Katinj. TIicko di'i 'jiny Imbils tiro by
fr tbo worst uvils that Imvo t.rur Ix-ftillvii fciilTer
tua humanity. Tboiifuudrt die iinuuully from
tbetfe unxioiifi drtigrt, Tlio druiikuril drinks
liquor not beouuso bo likeyil, lint foribopleas
nro of drintciiiL; and trt'i.Li ni? bim Mi-mlt, lit t 13
tliinkin-4 thru be is au hi.s roud to ruin. Like
tbo Opium Eater, be t.rtt us tbodniin unitill
qtiiantitit'd nu tt bun n lees- nntitlote. l'he coothiiijj
iiillttcncoof tbo drug tuked frtroni; bold upon it 4
victim, leidiu? biui on t-i hit own dutructiou.
Tbe habits of Opium li.ttiiu nnd J.iijuor Drink
imr am precisely wlint cattiis; iw to uiiinentivu-nt-rB,
an over-OHliu tin t iiil'dinrs ib-i istnuinrh,
which redoubles ltn ci n iic-i until it pii-nlyzi'S
botb tboplomacii aud ap Retire. tSoovcsry drink of
iittiior or donu oi" opiuin, iiiKtcttd of R.nirfyinc',
only 4'.a to lf fierce flrt;, until it coiii-iiniea
tbe vital force und then it-nylf. Like thuizlutton
oiih tape-worm, il ciiea "(Jive, pivej. ,i7u!" but
never euouli until its own n:p.ic?ity devours
itself. tSiniaritau Norviim jfiTf. iintrnt relief
lu all mirli faces. It produce rli-ep, quieT-t tha
nerve, b'lild up the neivotin fy.-tm, end re
stores body uud mind to u Lealtliy cuudiuuu.
SAMARITAN ' NERVINE
Cures Nervous PyfpcpMu. Pulpftatlon nf the
Heart, AMhm.t, Itiuiirbitis, herufuiA. Pypbllis,
diseaseo of tbe Ki"myi and all cJie-'flnfK of the
Urinary Orenne. XervotiH Dcbilitv, ciiufetl by
the indiCTelioiiH ol" yoith. pyrniaiKntly cured
by tlie iir-e of this iuvnhinble- remedy. To you,
yount?, middle-aed, ftnd old im-n, w ho are cover
ing your BufferinKei -us Witb n men tie by Filunco,
look tip, you chu be i-avcd by timely effort ,
aud maku ornauicn's v tfociviy, ai d jewels lu
the crown of your Maker, if yim will. Do not
keep tin a secret longer, until it pap your
vitals, urd drstrovn lioib body Hiid hoiiI, If you
ar tbun aillieteduke lUi. Kiciimonii'h Samau
itan S'kuvine. It will rentoiu your snatlered
nerveK, arrest preiuaturi? di'i.sy, and lmpurt tout)
aud energy to the whole iyjulcm.
I for alo liv ilriiegi't" even-where, or mnjr be
hml direct fixjm us. Thixu wh vih to ol.tuia
furtliur evidence of tlw emativs irnpertlus of
Saiiiiriton NiTviao Villi jiloMe envloee a S-eiit
Jtwiae Bi.tinp for a toiiv i f our Illuetraied
iiiiiukI of Health, pivins liundrefil of tculimo
uinln nf cure Iroin jhtsous who Imvo ufui the
meiliciKC', aud aUo llicir picturn photographed
after thuir ruetumtlou to perfect lionltli.
Dll. S. A. RICHMOND & CO.,
"World's Epileptic Institute,
ST. J06KPH, MO.
FOR SAL ST
W. H. PATTERSON & Co.
' WHOLESALE A0ESTS.
fo25 0 ALL AS TEXAS.
t0tft liin 'r. fa kit fit T"
4m mmmt-j ; fH f m rat
H-ilh th tw. IM BLjht, U4l fiH ki4f ftt4."
' . - aaa Mlt U A.tt ak.l aaaall Ilka rmw hatauft
rsMi to kiD4r ttUd sr.' t-i U li tut.
tKrtian I ' Hrm tn1 tb MJn m Um ( ''
fmnmr-1 It jn will I- i1y
A&lm Afrni, rm m tw 3 ' 'H tad
ttm mi,1 firur ftitis1 vrnitc rnf ii."
ftia jrf-"MI 4otwj ..- Ui ctii4elftU
tL pa.h sM4 ffrtf ."
ThM muIoi tmm4w nrm IIim tTTtw bm
Aatccfe tkw lir, rlrs MtMUfMH a vc
firm Iff bil ft ehtH to ao. Il boa ftooooao tho
wpalor on.. rtcUr4 riff fcr - lino, oi-
an4, mr ly4Arh, tM4Wfbrft, Of-ei otataorh.
ail , f)uiifcf roal ' m4 y mm
crMti or rtiTOeC.
u tiiMii fryx tw
ttmra, ul la JaM oo doixbtfal anl tfrookaf
aV'ok, tbai tTbs1y it.
It aasjlrrnio o4l cr' t' hrain, trnVt th TTaa,
ad r bs aosulv.o'Ho mt ia4to.
it miff la fmtf ml rhoaojatMvtM antl fwrt
rh-vns7 aaa wrlmtf tfoaV in, ar4 ftum l
hoba-. Vm ari-at.ea It li arbarm, aW
M ual ia nxtnm a trmtml hmi. Il H
hbif refin(MH f ptM boral, Kc
msrrbit, etorlc, mhm. hoaaa, ota
oitto. itbri aa4 all i.-wtKo Wart a iim-if
O-.o ! I mn4 or t'lbjoet to MMafM, Atttnaoaa
or 4 twrsl bowola. II aoMo4 vita a
tf4 tor, , fcrtil brvata. of apTwio r c
rilii4f B. nm' al r-r4a will ear
fnn. Il rrfrt hWM W tbo !, la WW
t ii - a4 fsM-sbia, at 4 io vtnb c , ta teat
a a rjt 'iioi 1 1 J BMaa rboot wtvfno t!!.
U atw-kts-a a4 ft-twa af aotl
waaar. r4 jut a j.lMtrt. ru aa4 at4
A WOMAN ftlMEOV.
A evrtale ajr-c m4 fmt f Vfleaav Ilk, tVar
rvo ornaia tr--'o twbia, bim a4 nleiiiiM,
Tbatw tmmtrWnm Trrov.'arHtoo TrT-arlio tm
a, a4 fr- l'W 9 or 4 bat at
til afVat tbo tra of lra -
IWrr bao ho4iiMi, owioiaiiot f tbo fca4,
wital ot4 arM fr fat o a. b t-b4 ahotia,
WiMWa I m libMM) oa. ! 4a4 a-tvrfci Okill
mtr trj wta aatofal tf-fafiiar otaHaa tlio- ,
ytorimasaaj aa4 ai-sofa, b oaovtaa. bwal j
ay'sotrati'sa, ffct- totm a-wa. eh-mnm ?(" I
V -mm. y oMtMioa tm aa a i i. b . 1
ajeaao. oc . w m if oaaai oao i
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a. TMM OT I
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iMaOT. ail III I WOJtsO
tr lsl Im aaO rraW 9mmf WT1
aowrsl an1 wir ui akoa bM'iby a4J
W i r ii ara ' t a w-aaaa a
aobL vWssi I- ii r-n-aai m m aa. tWa4
aelf-aw a t If Iatwaat'a flawaf
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