Yesterday's News In Tarrant County
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Contributed by Janis Wamsley

 

 

The following items were abstracted from:

Fort Worth Daily Democrat
Saturday, May 31, 1879

 

"The Courts"

The following were disposed of in the district courts yesterday:

E. J. McCrary vs S. F. Hearne et al. judgment by default-Smith & Jarvis

B. D. Atwall & Co. vs J. W. Henderson et al., defendants have leave to amend.

Peper & Bath vs H. James; defendant withdrawals his answer and judgment for plaintiff.

L. B. Newman et al. vs A Fitzgerlad judgment by default, with writ of enquiry.

Clafin & Theyer vs H. James, both parties granted leave to amend.

Cohart & Bro. vs William Pole; continued for service

Martha S. O’Brien et al. vs Lillan Kimbro et al; Robert Arnold appointed special guardian for minors. Bond $50

J. E. Jannor vs J. H. Greene; both parties leave to amend.

G. W. Stohle vs J. J. Hicks; judgment as per agreement on file

W. J. Boaz and J. F. Ellis vs T. E. Stanley and B. E. Wood; judgment as per agreement on file.

Wm. H. Aldridge vs Eleanor C. Aldridge; plaintiff has leave to amend.

S. J. Crossley vs Nathan D. Crossley; plaintiff has leave to amend.

Alyn Richey vs C. A. Scott et al; judgment as per agreement on file.

M. A. Bonner vs W. Thomas; plaintiff has leave to amend.

Jno. Knott vs A. Kirkpatrick; both parties leave to amend.

Boaz and Ellis vs Robt. Spear; judgment by default.

Mary House vs Nathan House; discontinued by plaintiff, judgment against plaintiff for costs.

W. H. Nanny vs H. W. Davis; judgment by default

T. J. and S. G. Jennings vs J. M Davis; judgment as per agreement on file.

Lozenia Woods vs John Woods, divorce granted to plaintiff.

E. H. Holland et al. vs Emma Watson et al.; J. M. Thomason appointed special guardian to represent minors; defendant’s bond $50

T J. McGuire vs B. Bridges and wife; judgment by default.

 

Dr. Eakin, dentist, will be absent eight or ten days from the city on business. His patrons are requested to await his return.

 

Dr. Mayfield’s little boy, while riding his horse up the steep banks of the Trinity last evening, fell with the animal and injured himself severely. Dr. Field was called and administered to the little sufferer.

 

We started out to say that George Wheeler, has studied the arts appertaining to restaurants until he has mastered it in every sense of the word. His stand next to the Coliseum is the resort of hundreds. His table is supplied with the very best the market affords, and any one can get a number one meal for twenty-five cents by patronizing George Wheeler.

 

 

 

 

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