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V 11JUU CITUZZAY KAY X3, 187S. raoaio or turaaxs coca Tfiro eael, tad to other parties Indict- u ava iuv im vuv ui.w It iu held in MaruWa case thai the Judge might set aside a juror who bad beea accepted by both titles opoo discovering that be waa antler indictment for aa of fence timilar to the oat to be tried. tbearh this formed under tbe stat- ate ao ground for challenge. We will not distarb tba verdict bere oa aecoaat of tbe aetloa of tba ia thit natter. (McCain . tBn.TWSt FbisCia error was coaricted . . , . , 1 eoan ia uue natter, a county, of oUdaiaff gooda ttJer L,. The 8ute uuU. ma praieante. aan aeaieaeea ut i in . i imi ww error ia ibtidw tbraayemcoazBemeatia then. irnM .k. i .i .V " leountt or tba accused with th TXt fclse Preteacea alleged were BMsrdn.u ia Motion. The quea few la number: 1st That be bad i,. ...v.. a prf crop; Jd-Tbat be had, or eBled kao.,.,,,, Wo,OUily weald nake. eevea or eltht bales v.n.ini.ni. .t. ...- v uwiiaiiiij aaaaauB asbuibfwj nnBhjWiBieHW s Tj v """u nenu, intending thereby to obtaia " jw, . gooae apoa tba author taeb itato Val a mm i M mm.. a I vprw. wm, sar oae oMnta, aad bad actually ao obtaia U til party to whom he made led then. v tiaee rtgreecnfttloaa. aad oaa of I Th ataiMMi'ta ik.t k. C) to tMH la TrmtAB Kmlth I ui .lu.k.. --.i .. ... 2r. u which eoaaty ha lived, indebted. Everything which tea "w snientai. io wis aad either to show tneir fclalty or tan ana a rooa ma. ix was i in a.ai.ii.k k ir..i aaiar aesattfai ia the iadietiaeat aiiUed la atteriog then, waa or by the erldeaee, aad awy there-1 pctent tan be diaretvded. Aa to tbe I 4. Thera waa arm i. ts. m wii: xaat aa aad. or I itj-artinni fnr ik. b. wwbh nace. terea or aiaat baiaa i s ti a iu.u. ..li af eottoa, was at moat a natter of tor denadaat was prpe'ytefted. epiaioa aa to the probable yield of It aoaght to draw a dU.. Action be hia tbea rrowiu eroo. aad it U mot in k mi. am.ii kawa to hate beta either aulae lira day aa thoae tbereatter pro- npwnwwaa oo bm eared, aad to refer tbe dell Terr of a V .11 al a . . I . vn. xjw wi mm groaaoa new taeae utter, to tbe eoatract nxl. ba left oat of view. Tie third aad foarth preteacea. aa to biaaot hav tas traded elaewhera. aad aa Ia Mi xiatiaff laAbteaaeae, were prop- any mm ia the iadictmcnt, and weratmciaaa a thanmor. piu U7 la o iat a naa of anall la nrnlaa on a Edited acaie. Eia aaaal eroo. with i TZL rwu. anoaated aaaa t . ttU or nraa balea of eottoa. Cm Cm tth of Aajraat. lKi ha 7Mi aeeoaata with three dirr- bx nereaaau ia xfortoa. 4eatt la i. wk. ..-. r.. i ' " m vmimh va MJmW aoaaty, nakiu' Bareaaaea from I in v .tiiu Jf. ' apa a aaa a aaaa nuiuiaa a Biaaaa aaina oct af then aa that day to the tiadoalaof noncat her.. W oeawea anaiier ( cause It c Chowa t bat la tba eaaa noaata fron the other two. rear . k.. k. ... tfaye afterward, ha appear la orer at the ta of each nurehaal oa tba flraUay by the protect) ton to eapply the aecaaed with aooda dariag the year, rather thaa to the falat preteacea which had induced thai contract. If there le aay aJwad dlatlaetloa between gooda directly obtalaed by a mm pretence aad goode ob tained under a contract lata which lb teller hat been entrapped by a -ue pretence, aa wae bald la Ba. .ina T. Gardaer, Dearly Befl, u CO IBM, bat which Crtrf r Cankla eoaaty, aad ip tlUJ fw credit to the proeecuton u uie eaaa. lie wae cloeely quea trJaa tokU meaaa aad ladebt- cluaa. Ca ateted that U crop -zm rzzz, taat be wooll make ter- f - ' . "r"t I'Jm af eottoa, that t K J l.i-j with or pnrcUalng t.oanani Mother merchant, aid each time repeated the thw preieaece. VU erUett from the teetimocy. that asleaa ha bad doae ao. be woakl not hare obtalaed tbe far ther aapply of goodf, aad there fore their dealiac muit ba referred to the lain preteacea thaa repeated ralhav than In- ihm nml... wihi ib esccDiion oritvut. k19 neW him by . Tt eecond laatractloa naked d6adant a the r.aeatore, aad the mm of C3 dne la Trenton, he owed no debta. Oa the faith of tlieto tate- aatl aa account waa opened with lia. aad oa that dar ha nurohaiad ae?eaty-BTe dollara worth of jfoodt oaa erect t. ueeame back twiw Aarward within a few weeka, aad iacroaeed fL$ indettedneu to oae hnndred aci Lli dJltn. Oa oaa of tbeae occaaioaa tbe caerallty of hia pnrchaaea attract- aa nuecjuoa, aad each tine ha waa tatetiorsl anew. Each tin he nutil wrv -naataeaa hia nr. la Cat U w- Kertoa. Tiaraealt iaiiz wactaha acilarfj. cX eix Parlstj an lata ia Oat viih- hf Sanaa tafia dotnr for d6adant waa erroneou ttating that tho Jury mnat beliere that the falto pretencoa alone In duced the telling of the gooda. ia luracleul if they formed a eoa- Uituonl and material part of the Inducement, even though other connidcralloae contributed alao to the retult: provided, that withet then the credit weald bees extended. 3 CI Cr. Law, mo. 221 aad aathoic. reopia m HaTwavU Weanl. SB. 1 Hahap Cr. Law, me. m thoriUea. 7i The Cftk iantnattaai tor deaaadaat dedana wcnaa can no and, amwa law on teawa vw aaawmka hn(tet aivanV and waa Ukaty to oaed declaioaa, though there are dicta Ia the booka which aeem to lend aome countenance to then. It la rare that cbeata coatent tbem- aelTea with a aingle falae ttatement of an ieoteaed (act, aad still rarer, perhapa, that they fail to weave etna clement of troth lata their fraud uleat dcrieca. The tlnze of troth glvee color aad currency to ua lie. aad thereby more readilr eu trap tba peraoa aoasht to be de frauded. It woaJd ba abeard to aay that the afare trntkr ahoald eaaetlfr tba falaehood. and r-m make tba eleneat, which ty U preeeaea la each a eoaaeetloa nra moat daagaroaa. aare the falaUer front all punishment. It ia equally irrational to require that the falae hood ahoald have beea aa to a fact dlaeoaneetod with tba true state- it. aad that tba credit ahoald have beea baaed exeluslrelr noon it. Thottct troth aad falaehood nay be Mended moat cunningly together, aad both combined mar have induced tbe teller to part with hit gooda, yet If it appear that but tor iaa fauehood ba would not has oaa to, thit It sufldent. That the teller may ia fact hare acted a pea both, will aot save tbe accused If be would aot have acted but for tbe falaehood. Ia other words, it it not necessary that the credit should hare beea rirea solely or exeloalvelr anon the false preteaot, bat only thai it should hare beea oaa of the mate rial and control!!? considerations without which the gooda would aot bare been told. Wherever tbe prooi cornea bp to this requirement It eaa make ao difference whether the falaehood ia connected with the ttatement of a fact par2y true or relates to oae wholly LUe. It la to be remarked, however, that ia thit eaaa there waa ia fact ao eon- aeetiofl between tba statements at totts crop aad those relatinata tsa traOs aad the iadebtedaeaa. la hit axamiaatioa la chief, tbe taller of tbe goode teetiJed that he acted upon all the retaeatjat a St taaS am. 4 nade, of which tbea relative the crop must, aa we have seen, be left out of view. Betas asked. apoa crow ttamiaaa, whether ba would have told lU foods aooa the faith of tbe statement aboct tba eropt, evea if he had beea told tint tba accused waa ia debt, he replied thai thit would have de- peaded apea the amount of the dcttt aad tba persons to whom dsn. Coaasel iaaiat that this an swer ahowa that ha ewkl ia reliaace apoa tba eropa, aad that the fact of Indebtedness or kJtt-iiulebted- uen waa not material, Oa tbe contrary, It only ahowa that tbe arop was a part of tbe inducement. and while it mtsrht, of iucjf. have beea sufllcieat to have procured tbe credit, if the debU bad beea small, aot owing to two aterchtatn. who woaid compete with prwwav tors for the iunniT of tho erap. it ia. laaaifint tk. tn faiaaaai. tync aa to tba aav ear tba debt. lbs ii tiaaiuaof credit V . "I . . ; " -Start itarU wwMtraan;einnwfeafe.iMr -mtaL? bam mad - Lr ataaata.hawr.mn infcs! - w . V Uurr.f,M itanm- "1. lumm -Mm, nm ,iut .Ttmr91 re- qsTrnt ZzLZta tut Ifarritburg, Pa., May lS.-The Rcpublleaa State Coaveatloa waa called to order tt VhlO a. m. by Chairman WUaoa. After roll-call, JT. X. Parvisaea, af Butler, was elected temporary Chairman. Oa tk in rrhalp. ha said that the mission of tba Bepabllcaa party KmA mM vat aadad. aad would BOt be until unity aad peace had beea established la an parte of too coun try. A Committee of seven oa contested seats, aad a Committee of oft y oa permaaeat orgtalaatioB, waa appoiBiea. The resolutioa declare that the BepBblicaa party of Pennsylvania la oMMiaad to free trade ia what- 1 m w - ever disguise presented ; unchang ing devotion to borne taaaatry, naa berebv avowa its i Dedal tad direct hostility to tbe tariff bill now pend ing ia wongrese, ue tame oetagia the interest of Imnortera aad tore- iga manufacturers, aad ia eppoti- tioa to Americaa labor; taat wa era now. as ever, opposed to the payment of clalma fron tba Na tional Treasury to tbeae lately en raged la or ia aympathy with the rebellion. No eoaquerer ahoald ba med to pay Indemnity to tho conquered. Aad the fveaen tatioa ef bills deiaaadlng ever CtcaWOWO tithe present session es? a Demo cratic House, ia a waraiaf to the country of tbe cost aad daagerof retaiainar In power a partv whota chief aim ia to make rapriaaia oa tbe tez-payera for losses which Ce crime ot treaaoa brought apea rhe SoBtbera people. Henry nr. Pn,- wu a0mina- ted for Governor, and the Coavea tloa adjourned sine die. IsCJCiTtr. Gxnr:cniDE rOBTBB GaMIftoJ bavwl Aa linrJa phytidaa relates aa anecdote of one of hie patienta, which la aot only Out i or. but ea- preadve of that peealiar type af maa, who, as a rule, does not prac tice what be preaches : A natieat of km, a midine-aged clergymna, wae tnfferin? from soma siix&t symptoms of gont. I recommend ed a glass of hot whisky and water, every day. ia preference to ohrsiea of aay kimf, but my reverend pa- tieat, with upturned eyas, abaa lately refused to neeast ary prav eripUou, my lag: "Jo, no, doctor. I have all my life preached again alcohol in awy form. If thaa ia Cm dy remedy I most cnariame Hitter. Besides," said he. rang tbe beJT for hot water, my servants won Id znees its Durauee."' iaid I : Ton shave, rfu the Vfl tor hot shaving water, mix roar giase ec medicinal whisky, and who will be the wiser bat roar- total" Urn person at last submit- tea,aaI we warmly shook bands ralpaTtecL la a tew week's time. fjy earriaga paastoa- ther clergy. maa a door rcmuMid ne of my etertcai Head. I tonebed the beiL and. ibm- thia, eareHrora face ot a oaearotest nnnagjtipr saswrred - WiHir I mA, - aaw't yoar T7 13 CULT EtpeciaUi Devoted TO TBS CreenvilleG aSD TBI COCSTIBS Of Utiiin;t:a, C:livrr, 7trmmaaicalioan of local in terne ia these counties solicited. deM attisaw ik -Jan ; smtt ia t t.t m i :y hnvaf wLICcsUevnhiy r j, erwp weahi LiTatof facLhc naie leaa than two baka ra km waa partly owisg to aa aariy tai Cmatwai fmeC f-'f IU pareLaan ba it ahowa to have BOBshtfve barraU of Coar ia little tore t!-B a moath. Wlthla tU Vtki L tbe data of hit last pBnhaee from the prosecute rt, he waat iato voluntary bankruptcy, aad bob of hit ereditort were rO Baythiag. Wa thlek Cat i-.it fairly support the verdict of guilty If no errors ot law were committed the trial to hit prej udice. XT will notice the laf Beats of error discussed by tna L There wm bo error la rcfua- leg aoBtUuatioa. No tabpeaat had beea iavnei for the absent wit. aetata, aad ao excuse was offered tor ue i&iiire O Co to. t TharawMtaarratlBtettg vZU Oe jaror Iloeeley. We do act trtt with tbe learneJ Judge u uta cslaioa that the lu rrr -atad kit excaptioa by tta- u 7 uat m would iNreTer to i Jt rrlvate btciian, while r 'Mr. CswsKi of 9 arrnnai f wtiitswsm nnarFnw; EmrpwiMS w to bate i an aaranr'Kaa ww'itai c , armed- fu,.i ? U!?a iU,t,.: F It m4mmm$ -fw Tww Oa pi ui.lsaa at the weak and ma-i w ; t immmUn. Tn fiA aarr-fag, at well at of Ci warr I tCasa tat,. of o ;Wrf 'r m v,k w aad wue,aad the cheat ph ALL or Job Wosh Btse Btsa, easanwaaebaseHtswlf. awaaWrarr Ja victim byadav tj a tla taae Uoto that airei lan ka was wCj to tervo,t J did aot claim LU ezempUoa; Ut we ao errtt tisn ia doabuag Whether tie frty was a tsorape tcxtjxror. Thou-i ta s'l that u tT B9ttherforat.J nor ex press al aa epiaioa, he admitted that he was a adjibor of the accused, that 0 had heard the natter much dit- eutted, that the accused had come cy lj tvotut Uiat nureisg ad in t.rz'A kin that tba trial waa to t 1 tJ tiat fcy, tial thereupon 1. 1 J :- to t3 aad that he ru cJ;r ttrotjr f. jrtoual u well aa pesdary otilgatloiu to the ao meat as to aa axiatiag net, akosOd aot be tilewed to aanpw paaisb neat upon the gronad that care a-i prudence woaid have protoct ai Ue party fron its coaseqaeacea. It nay be, at aaidly some of tba authorities, that where theean lasaanae ia ao gross that Ue law will impute consent to the teller, ao guilt woakl ba incurred. JTTharton An. Crim. Law, tece. 3.183-9-8041. Norton va. Commoa wealth, U Allen 7U. a, The teath iattructioa niked by the deleauaut aaaoiiacea In tnbatenca that ao coavlctioa can be had if a part of the atetemenu made were true, and a part false, auleaa tbe jury believe from the testimony that the gooda were told ia nuance apoa those which were mlae, aad without aay rellaace apoa thorn which were true ; or la other words, that the credit must have been extended upon the faith of the false statements, unaffected aad unaided by the true onea. The eleventh instruction declares that Whilo tbo indictment mav be sustained by proof of tbe falsity of one only or several statements, that thit it only to where the atate. mente are of disconnected, inde pendent fUtt." and the false atate- meat that iatndent of and dis connected wtth the others, it ex clusively relied ipon in the trans fer of the goo. ;;. Neither of tLan iaitructloas it supported by reuo Ir wcll-reas- 'twa wsi pmiiM owM a-; '!, iAnmhm uut y-wfitrjlswi 1 wmmvrm nonnnr f te. Carww; taw rnainow rltt nUtf CuUorala. IaimsHnbis ncate. S6 Tjo (Sty IleraM ai j "Titt etplolu rtronnted above are ewy wonderfnl, but Major Lsmar Fintaiiic. of t0 coontv, hat yerionmni ftata with tbe rifle, waich Mvbmerity and accuracy of aim are faulty aa remarkable. We havo am him strike ia tbe bottom a annul, perbap twenty, ale bottles, wbknt went thrown eoueecatlvely, nnUfftur lennth- wie, iato the air at a dktaaee of thirty feet tron bin, witaaat misa- TI1IES rxin ra. r twn- a t'oMnir, w -Wis; mnat Walunt ntnr mrvrn ten VMIInnt itiw.; mw lmm str lietwrnur VHtmc mm t, aTrnvwr aasv WMe wowld betheprolongnrioif pny sf r. aarnm Rosh rim, i tw pia!,on oathafsnrt ono the wM of tfwinterwtion of M Roach slrwst by Walnnt srwwt; . of o thirty t ,v WfM Mw ft MnJbrry utrwt, fmm wlwrw road strtkanmu f , trat even, aat mtmm m4 fw- imw m mtmmm k : i. ( u-7 -"-w w Tl )l MWr any other part. A tre-ceat akkd 17 tLJ tt m Ukf beintr tossed no before kir. f, . " J! tnrik being tossed up before him tea or aneea aeet high, waa ao squarely struck with a rite-ball from ate gua at to forever deprive fbe dr- BUtLaf aaafijn of its eoaatry of taid afckai. A TTochestcr re peatiaf rile wn the gnu used oa thit occasion. He hat made many more wonderful shots, which did aot come under oar notice, and we eaanot bow recall a list of them." A minister telling a. yonag girl who waa about to be-3te a bride, that the mutt rene- jr 'that tbe maa aad wile were oaa : " Lord t taid the, M if yoa ware uader my father and mother! wiadow when they are quarrelteg, yon would think they were al least hcU a doteal" - The celebrated Karl Bnnell died on the 17th iiwt. ' ' U t tialbmv m nenwe sbm Oatrtl ev f"f. r be aecomry to eoa dact the bwstaeaa of taid road, bat mwr peciauy provtoed and kcodiUon of the grant of said nnht of wv umu. ..i r tr Bveune,tbat taid railroad com- puy snaii so construct said track across said Cimtmi a..nn. conduct and manage the movement of their trains to and fro across md avenue, at la no way to Im pede, hinder or obstruct travel ia the ordinary aad usual manner -., Hia avenue ; una tbe failure of taid railroad company to con struct their said IvuV ..A .-J . 'heir trains at provided for in the picvoumg coauiuon, anaii operate aa a forfnltiirn nf tka ikt - hereby granted across said Central " emu raiirona company it tlao to eoaetraet aad provide eroea lnart over thalr uiH tmt .i.. 'be tame crosses a street, inch at swcnwiBry 10 r ma Banal and unobstructed travel along said ttrcet. " it MAT WAS ZlliMUM, U the WEEKLY TIMES. .iwCnLnia-4IU LanVW bt TISATJESS IN f ,si:ilf a::d i:iavy Fainiing Implements, llccbincry, Ilz Carriage Material, & Hachinisb SuppU:: a . Ma. -AlXO r r r' Wc;:n end fcnr:i;o t7 ' ' Repairing done in dl it Lrzzz?Sz5 HaCHra AKD BOtXSS W01X DOXB OS JTCTX3. Greenville, Miss. April a, 1878. 1 " TGU DI22CjT CAD WILL B2 PAID rC3 '." ' ' : 1 : ' COTTON GIO ATTB3 0, U U GREENVILLE COTTOU 231 and glicv may 19 Q. E. BILLINQSLBYi A. B. FINLAY, J P. FINLAY, JNO. II. K00S3. 3. 7rmZ: A c;a. DEALERS D R U GS AN D JED 101 H E C, Pcrfuncsy, Tcllct Cozzz, Vcl9 ci, DYES IMSSfi tmm, .mm ri M sw-astay nrO VIS . Onion sets, and Garden Qrzs.i r-" Flower seeds of all descriptions. Corner Waahington Avenue and UV.i::? O.Tiz'.z. January 10, 100. 3 DArV Billiard Tablet aew aad iu perftct ord;r li the LARGE TWO GTCHY C'JilC:: On Mulberty ,trest, ; uad:r tha , Nono but the CIST LICUC.1S KEPT. January lft'1878. 7 M.4 Fresh BZZ ' I ISSN -3. Grand Central Hotel. W.. iUHV..A . ( . . ... 'CltUatalUx'J aad tie tetlt tr; vriaget to ejry part cf th oouutfy. ' a. 't'w..jkJt i tba market aTr: jT ti e et'--a wits tea CsttLI Uvaa trtt-J i LIVERY DTJVLZ and eaa taud pe.. ) ty ItTzt cr a k'.;. .... . If you have goodt to toll, . AOVBBTtta In the Weekly Times, ...... . r r W you have goods to bay, "4 tht ad vertiaemtBtt la ' A. HOIIE INSTITUTIOIJ, ADJUSTS & PAYS LOSSES PftO.'TPTLT, , - lnUiiri....,i I i. A. VAN HOOIT. O-flrci--?. INSUL'liUiJ. ifj. rr v i -f C:r::?C::'yGr:-i iw I i ' ' rA'n, r. ' a eix. l - t -Irr ' if , t- .ri 1. If ' ' ' J w x; The Weekly T0ne9.