Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 134, Ed. 1 Friday, April 29, 1887 Page: 1 of 4
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invite you to call at óur Pia'tíó >W«$eroc>$I Ukuitie our libe of
STEINWAY and FI8CHEH PIANOS und ESTEY ORGANS. It may be
Jh that you want an instrument, and are waiting torphrofowe until you can
f ' spare the full price of a Piano or Organ. This in not necessary. We will
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fci will a., watkxkt & oo
•737 3VE-A.Í3ST ¿TREET, DALLAS.
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And Other Doto Pioked up in the 8her-
to, quash ibtif
the motion and
on it for anannounoemont of
or out ready to* trial.
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When You Want Anything in the Drug Line
was aaatad Iñ Un
South Travis Street,
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Continue the Hoarhound for the
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Quick Meal Gasoline Stove.
ROBERTS, HARDWICKE & TAYLOR, Agts.
PITTMAK HARRISON & CO
SOUTH SIDE SQURE, SHERMAN. TEXAS
J". T£. LOW E,
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Country Pro-
duoe, Feeds Etc. Wagon Yard Connected.
SOOTT & KILLGORE STAND, - EAST LAMAR STREET.
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- $9.00 to $5.00
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.75 " .60
100 Patterns Pongee Silk,
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50 Pieces Frenoh Sateens,
•£•1.1, ' V:;, /"?t' ! Av-' \.v*r' ik
2(5 Pieces 42 inch Alba-
tross cloth in spinning
shades,reduced from -
1 50 Pieces of French Ging-
hams all well assorted
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styles/reduced from, -
Act wisely and call early,for procrastina-
tion is the Devil's friend, and bargains
don't wait for the slothful.
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In immense variety, elegance and low
All grades and styles, ranging from
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$1.00 to $10.00
Prices greatly reduced, an
in this line daily arriving.
Fftiling to pay Fwlejr
custody under bOorptM^ .
the theory t that the releM , r
sheriff operated to iuváHdate the sub
sequent capias, aud U>at the
of the fine and costs became a «too;
invoked with the re««lt stated.
Under tl.ufirst call of th«
assignment the appools in tlie follow
ly motion!** botwith l
■)V*tot rolatiws to get ber to
pesfc.i.jfkm ^ibok: few moist
eye iiijbe loom, aod noone tooltl
ail to sympathise with the po*
woman jq her uriéti
The defendant ia
halving forged the name of several
firm* in Denisoo to bogus ohsoks and
With having had W o«hM; H
was arrested by Oflteer East and up
on examination before the' justice at
Denieon, was remanded to the j, U
at Sherman, and the jury afterwards
fibding-true bill* in si* oasts, turned
be om* over into lh* hands ft* ¡the
I In til
Don't do yourself' the injustice of let-
ting the curtain of Saturday night drop
without owning some of the bargains we
offer this week.
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Sharp Si Harris vs Lisxie Reev
Klein, Smith A Jacobs va J B
Williamson, from OaldweU. 1
Al Johnson vs thu State, from
Willie 0. vs the State, frotii
Edwin duval vs the State, from
J M Edson vs the State,
Affirmed without written opinion :
Clttrk & Clark va Dillob k Lofelle,
Mark Evans vs S S liines, from
Tom Farloy vs the. State, from
J J Mullen vs the State, from
Baylor. Í, ".Jliy
The latter is fe coso ib whfaHi
illegality of the ejection on local
option was raisod. Though affirming
the judgment the court does not
affirmatively hold that the election
was valid. Simply that the evidenco
adduced was insufficient.
supreme oowar. . ,tt*'
The followibg were dismissed oo
John B Wend vs Eugene Cooke,
. James Gaffney vs Galveston, Ha
risbrg and San Antonio railway eom
pany, from Bexar.
Ou motion of the Day Land and
Cattle company, the case.' wherein the
Stato sued to cancel patents issued to
tbe company to lands in Greer coonty
was advanced on tbe dooket for Murly
The case of the State of Texas vs.
Maloney, charged with obstructing
the track of the Missouri Froifio By
near Denison sometime since, was
called for trial last evening, and was
given to tbe jnry about noon today
The defense in. this case^ is tbat the
defendant, who i* but a youth, did
not put the obstruction on the track
with criminal intent, bnt that it mi
merely for the pnrpoee of
bend car bounce, «Id seeing the^Bii;
who were propelling it jump. The
defendabt does not deby that himeelj
abd Metcalf placed the obstruction!!
ob the track, bbt that they just did it
' The Stete holds that be violated
the law which is plfetn in the prem
ises, abd that his acquittal
will establish a precedent
whereby any train wrecker may
derail a train, and bot be at slf>tt t<
find an exebse therefor.
>. The case agaibst Metcalf, who wss
charged by ibdictment witt being a
party to the crime with Maloney, was
called, abd a severance from the
Maloney case being
for trial on t(ie 16tb
A divorce suit was called ' in
District .Court today abd grabted.
ecase of the State of Texas
tr gi ±-';a 'j-tJL'i
. witussses to havs beeu seeu
wtb a pist
ng a team
The defense was tbat the defebdant
lived eightseb miles west of the eity
Ippbatby virtue of this bo was a
When going, faim. Sherman
..[yJr-'W-- ||y gw
ma m Im
Lñjkt Sherman *
to bis horns. ,iit.
Tbe «se was giveb to the jury who
retorued a ranliot of guilty, abd; as
sessed his fine at $26 and costs. The
case will'probably be appealed. >m.
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In tbo case against Maloney the
Jury roturned a ,.ríiot ol nut guilt/,
and tb« defendant was discharged
The similar ease against Metcalf,
which was set for the l0Í <of May
was called anda nol prosftritered by
^ tbo Sedgewickf oases a contin-
uance was grabted upon motion of
the defense, tbat side bot announcing
of (be oases, and the
I did not get H.
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Sled to sit i
eral trsin left tt
Wilson, oh Nortt
and wended it* '
of tbe dMúéjimátíáii
Éióf Iba i '
ho nassed 1Jver i
maka it. He is s|id to bara
erased by liqnor at tbe Ume tbe <of<,
feuse was committed. This is the '' 'V
statement of CHty Physician Wilkibs, ■ — *°
óf Denison. \
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There have been a number of eon
flicting reports lately as to the posi
tion of Congressman Hars on the pro
blbitlou question. An interview^
Habed in this morning's GainesVitls
Register, settles tba matter in donbt,
and makes the judge pledge himself
to"' tote for the H
although expresses doubtr as tó it be
Tbo Denison papara and oth
probibiüunlat. i tbb «mt b.i
able advocacy of probibltioi
stump by Stillwell Ruase}!,
known as One of the leading
of the county. A Rsoibtxr
met bimjon North Tra
morning and pat the qu
direotly and received tbi reply: W
hibition, al f
do not at present eontemplate or
tabd tooabvass the State ii
tbe amandmant, but it ia
Washington will abbn
pie, but iti
AM tkd in(is>« A« mnl wl uVn wkn n«-n M>Jn
or soa many ex warnors wno are win-
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