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A LIST
OF
FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, STATE OF TEXAS
AUSTIN, January 1 1878

I CERTIFY that the following List of Fugitives from Justice is compiled from
official record, received from the several counties, and now on file in my office.
WM. STEELE,
ADJUTANT GENERAL

Sent by
Bunny Freeman CC of  
Henderson County, Texas

Kimble County

Caught
Cathey, Lewis
Murder; committed April 16, 1877
Killed
Dublin, Richard
Murder, committed Apr 16, 1874; indicted same year; also indicted for theft of cattle in three cases.
Killed
Reynolds, Stark
Theft of a gelding

McIver, Dr. Joseph
Murder; indicted, 1876; is 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high, weighs 215 punds, rather round form, fine address, excellent conversational powers, rather bald headed, teeth good, hazel eyes, round full face; is supposed to be in Kimble County.  Wanted in Madison County.

Baldwin, N. W.
Theft of oxen; committed June, 1875, indicted November same year.  About 5 feet 8 inches high, red hair, freckled face, blue eyes, weighs about 170 pounds, in Kimble County.   Wanted in Menard County.

Walton, Luther
Theft of gelding; committed 1874; indicted same year; are supposed to be in either Kimble, Concho or Menard counties.  Wanted in Lavaca County.

Roberts, Dan
Theft of gelding; committed 1874; indicted same year; are supposed to be in either Kimble, Concho or Menard counties.  Wanted in Lavaca County.

Olive, Perry
Theft of gelding; committed 1874; indicted same year; are supposed to be in either Kimble, Concho or Menard counties.  Wanted in Lavaca County.

Bolivar, John
Theft of mule; committed 1874; indicted same year; gambler, red complexion, in Kimble or Menard counties, 2 cases; white.  Wanted in Lavaca County

Perry, O.
Theft of mule; committed 1874; indicted same year; gambler, red complexion, in Kimble or Menard counties, 2 cases; white.  Wanted in Lavaca County

Mason, James P.
Theft of neat cattle; committed January 15, 1875; indicted April 5, same year.  Is 25 years old, 5 feet 8 inches high, weighs 170 pounds, light complexion, light hair, grey eyes, light mustache.  Since this indictment he has murdered Rans Moore, of Kimble county, on the head of the Llano river. $1,000 is offered by the widow.  He formerly lived in Walker County, and was in that county when last heard from.  Reward for this man offered by the Governor for the murder of Dan Huster of Mason County.  When last heard from he was living in Bexar County, west of San Antonio.   Wanted in Burnet County.

Dublin, Richard
Murder; indicted April 1873; supposed to be in Kimble County.  Wanted in Coryell County

Williams, Sam
Murder September 5, 1876, Kimble County.  Governor has offered $250 reward

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