Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 133, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1887 Page: 1 of 4
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OFÍXCB Oí PUBLICATION: 8UMNRU BUIUDINO, 115 ÍAST HOUSTON STKK8T. «1IKRMAN. TEXAS.
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Our stock embraces tho Steinway' and Fiscbér Pianos and the Estay
_ rgaiíH. Throughout tho ««tiro world the namea of those oelebratod instru
meats aro ns familiar as the words pianos and organs. Acknowledged by
all honest competitors as Superior Instruments. Fine stock on hand.
Write for catalogues and prices. l.'V- %
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' When You Want Anythinfln the Drug Line
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100 Patterns Pongee Silk,
reduced iVom - - $9.00 to
50 Pieces Frenoh Sateens,
20 Pieces 42 inch Alba-
tross cloth in winning
shades,reduced from -
50 Pieces of French Ging-
hams all well assorted
styles, reduced from -
Act wisely and call early,for procrastina-
tion is the Devil's friend, and bargains
don't wait for the slothful.
Quick Meal Gasoline Stove.
ROBERTS, HflRDWICKE & TAYLOR, flgls.
lillTMAS, HARRISON & CO
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, SHERMAN, TEXAS
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' DEALERS IN- .
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Country Pro-
duoe, Feed, Etc. Wagon Yard Connected.
SOOTT & KILLOORE STAND,
EAST LAMAR STREET.
the Police Court this morning
inst John Fo*, «barged with ! ▼-
taken on a 1
he obarge ifa
the usual assessment o( 18
miórrt UniinMÉ will: bo
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D B Hewett w Seldridge 4 Gen
Waterman, Starr A Co V B F
Wej* Plow Qo v« ¿«mania
anco compauy and Samuel
Averisto Paoheco alias
the State, from Cameron.
Affirmed with written opinion;
E Tiljinau Si üo va Kansas
ally hrninodi' í^íBFh#
hurt is a out just ova
two inches in
andgoea to the bow^I,
Wright and Bpng were sammoned
and dressed the wounds, and she is
resting#*?' easily todiy. Ho serious
fjM^^;.^#utioipated^^|f; ^ r
i* arranging for át-
Distilling company, from Dallas. _ . ~ * -—X-
H C Browning, administrator, vs to Ce^brat^th^LSoP^^6c¡fW^to0S,
W LGordon, from Wilbarger. LoX^F^^^twXw^in
1 There was a
kana last Sunday
ou the east
In immense variety, elegance and low
All grades and styles, ranging from
.00 to $10.00 ' í
Prices greatly reduced, and ^ovelties
in this line daily arriving.
Don't do yoijrself the injustice of let-
ting the curtain of Saturday «light drop
without owning some of the bargains we
offer this week. ,
Reformed and affirmed: Luke
Saofi T tho State, from Tarrant.
Rérersed and remanded: Nannie
J. Wilson et al vs Gulf, Cobrado and
Santa Fe Railway Company, from
Tyrant; M D Paxton vs Gulf, Colo
radoaud Santa Fe
Dismissed for want of prosecution:
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe
way Company vs Ed Lei and, from
The validity of tho election on U>M
option in Baylor Qouaty waa orally
argued for and against before the
court this morning. Mullen, the rela
tor, seeks enlargement from custody
through the writ of habeas corpus.
The main gronnd relied upon by bis
counsel iu the insufficiency of notice
to the presiding officers. The case in
this feature boars an analogy to the
Hunt county onse decided at the Gal
vcston term, in whioh the election
was held invalid. A decision wil
probably be. rendered on the neat
opinion day, Saturday next, in the
Supreme Court. In the Court o( Ap
peals the last call of the assign men
waa made, albo the motion docket o
the seoond aasignmeut, Tomorrow
the first call of the seoond assignment
will be the order of business in both
The following is an exaot oopy of a
verdict rendered by a jury in one o
the oountry preoinots in this oounty
"Wo the Jorors deside That the
defondent dont ow the plantive the
akount, no dameg assod."
— „ Foreman.
The case of tho State of Texs* vs
Squire Higgins, was called in the
Distriot Court this morning, and apon
application was oontinued until this
15th of May.
The case of the State of Texas vs.
Bill Davis, chsrged with an assault to
murder, was oalled after the oontinu
ing of the Higgins'case, and is now
The evidence and argument in the
ease will probably consume all the
The court will hold an evening
sion, in whioh it is probable that a di
vorce snit will be oalled for trial.
Theeivfl docket, whioh is tobe
taken op and beard before lodge
Williams, is quite an extensive one,
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The county clerks offioe has been
rather quiet for several d ays.
The Justice Court has had but little
before it today, and the Judge haa
•mused himself by talking to
Business has been rather still at
Judge Gregg's offioe.
la Which Maw. Met* In
Louis and FliiQowd U
Santa Fe roads, which event
II ooour in the near ful
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waa 70 years of age
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corner of the publio square yesterday
afternoon, shortly after 6 o'-1
which Mrs. Ed.
It seettos that her, horse be
frightened at another horse,
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t, P. .Lufkiu, one of Galveston's
aud must prominent oitiaens,
ant witness against some murderers,
benoe the objoot in pulling her out
of the way. 55
RocroHtlon for tl
Wo clip the following from the
Huycrook, (Tex.) Pía
luto date: "A reporter
witnossed a fine bnrst of
day while returning from
of the wife of our satimaue XSllow
townsman, Judge Jsybird. Sunday
Harrigan, the driver of the heatwe,
attempted to throw a little duat on
the Judge, when the afflicted and
riefstrioken widower pulled ont in
be ditch with his fine bay horse
Three Spot, and easily paiwed th<
outfit shouting and a flying
the loss of fetal son.
beautiful tribute to the mother: ¿Él,,
"Children, look into thoee eyes; lis
ten to that dear voioe; n
g ot even a single touch that is be-
stowed upon yon by her. Mak* muoh
of it whiCyoÉpiw " *
dous of all good
touch and look
many friends, but never will you
have again the i
love and gentleness
upon you whioh none but
a mother bestows.
'ft the . .. . ■
oaring world, for the sweet, deep se
ourity I felt when, of an evenii
neetling in her bosom, I listened
spine tale, suitable to our age, read m
her untiring voiee. Never ean I for-
get her sweet glances cast upo «<
when X appeared asleep; nevi
kiss of peace at nigH;';3|p
passod away sinoe we laid her beside
my father In the old ohurchyard;
yet still her voiee whispers from the
grave, and her eyes watch over n
as I visit spots long since hallowed
the memory of my mother." g|L
Bleb, but aoi Proud.
Curious things are observed by re-
porters. One incident wbioh
the attention of «Hew Tori
Express man last night shows that
rioh men are sot alway* tt '
choice of their company. In
restaurant on Park Row four
dressed men seated themselvee at
at tho house aud
snsoitate the lit
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men are enga
yards of the ¡
to a hasty
side of ths oroesintf
and the H. A T. 0.
WátTiwatoBT, Texas,-' .
Three children were bur
ia ft fwrm hooM, twelT.
Lam* lain waaénwAsv a
urdíala jfamraij ft
motheriocked them np i
to make a call at at
her absence the house i,
dkMrQ^..' The nothiir isí'i"'" ,
grief. Our informant ooold
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G6QC6 %h & JL* nliOf
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ftt jvmxwi wip '
moifaer bftd gooe Ío
get some dl to* li ^
turned the house
front the house, plowing,
eausé of the
next to a
An unlocked tot and very exciting
accident occurred on the souttiwee
etor of a larM eooneraae and
be can do to spend a fraction o
his income. Hif eetate> valued at a
u? At one «me he drove a
Ha was aeaiad beiwean a hot
•ore nres sod i^womnni—* '*
• bah*. The fourth man i
owom two gsivbling. ho
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