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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
Fll Term, 1883.
Beported for the Obaerver by Walton M. Bosbce.
Boone, Trustee, et al, vs. Hardin, Sheriff
Ruffin, J. :
Thi3 action is brought to recover
damages for the con version of property.
On February 18, 1879, Bell being insol
vent, conveyed by deed his stock, evi
dences of debt, &c, to his co-plaintiff
Boone in trust to secure certain debts
then owing by him, with a proviso,
however, that if he should pay the same
on or before February 18, 1880, then the
conveyance should be void, but if not
Boone should "take possessionof said
property and after alloting to Bell his
personal property exemption according
to law, Bell the same and apply the
proceeds as directed. Deed registered
on the lstbf the folio wing month, soon
thereafter certain creditors of -bell, un
secured in de-d, obtained judgment
against him and placed executions in
the hands of the sheriff who levied on
and sold the property and applied the
proceeds to the satisfaction of theiudg
ment creditors. To the issue, waa the
deed in trust referred to in the com
plaint fraudulent as to creditors. The
jury responded in the affirmative.
me court says: mat it was proper
to exclude the evidence of plaintiff
wnen ne proposed to prove that it was
argued, outside of the deed that the
trustee should take immediate posses
sion or the conveved orooertv. Such
an understanding being different and
inconsistent with the one expressed in
2. party cannot, ne nprmifxri n av
uiAi utj uia noi intend the necessary
auu uaiiurai consequences or his own
act. Where there was no Bvidfineei
offered to rebut the presumption Of
iiauu lb was nrODer in nis Honor so to
No error. Judgment affirmed.
.beak, Executor, vs. Covington, et als.
Smith, C. J.:
lhis was an action to frnforrifi contri
bution, and the only question brought
up is whether the Judce below richtlv
oruerea a reference. The error assign
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ea is mat me defenses to the mainten
ance of the suit first be disposed of by
a jury trial, and that the rpfHrenne is
premature and irregular.
ueia. A compulsorv mav be ordered
by the Judge "when the takine of an
account snan oe necessary tor the in
lormation of the court before judg-
Appeal dismiss d.
Moore vs. Hinnant Johnston.
Smith, C. J.:
This appeal is attempted to be taken
in the midst of a trial and before the
rendition of judgment.
Appeals are not authorized under
such circumstance?, but onlv from a
judicial order or determination of a
J udge C. ('. P., sec. 209; and then ouly
when a trial entered uuon is concluded.
(Juuse remanded at defendant s costs,
Wyche vs. NewsoLufc Xui thampton.
Smith, C. J.:
The facts in this case are similar to
those in Person vs. Newsome, differing
only in that the return here made is
simply "satisfied" and without explana
tionChapter 31, sec. 39, Revised Code
has no reference to final process, as
snown uy its connections. 1 his is mani
fest by reference to the similar section
in Revised Statutes, ch 31, sec 43, which
has with some modifications been in
troduced into the Keyised Code.
The "due return" of the sheriff is de
fined by Mr. Jacobs in his L iw Dic
tionary to be "of what he hath dor e
touching the execution of any writ
directed to him."
No error. Judgment affirmed.
Carrington vs. Allen Durham.
Smith, C. J.:
This action is to recover upon a note
under seal for 8500, executed by de
fendant February 21, 1878, and payable
oae day after date. The defense set up
was that its consideration was for
money won at unlawful gaming. There
was a verdict for defendant and the
plaintiff appealed and the court dis
poses of the errors assigned as follows:
Stronach vs Bledsoe, 85 N C, disposes of
the first error assigned. The second
error is equally without support as the
instrument spoken of related to a col
lateral matter and is not within the
rule which excludes secondary, when
primary evidence is attainable. Pollock
vs Wilcox, 68 IN C, 46, State vs Carter.
72 N C, 99.
No error. Affirmed.
Boing vs. R. & G. Railroad Company
Civil action tried before a justice un
der sec. 10, ch. 16. Bat. R.BY., to recover
damages for injarv to live stock to-wit:
one cow of the value of twenty dollars.
Two freeholders were summoned and
sworn to ascertain damages and as
sessed the same at twenty dollars. After
judgment an appeal was taken. On the
trial a witness testified that "on 14th
September, 1881, about 9 o'clock a. m. he
passed over a section of defendant's
road on his way to a store and did not
at that time see any cow near the rail
way track: that he returned about 11
o'clock, a. m., of same day, and saw the
cow of the plaintiff down.aonie twelve
or fourteen ' feet from the roadbed,
with one of her legs broken or crushed.
He further testified that from nine to
eleven o'clock that day two trains, one
passenger ancCthe other freight, had
passed over defendants roau, upon
this evidence the coui-t expressed the
opinion that while there was some evi
dence to go to jury it was a bare scin
t lla, leaving the matter not proven.
Upon this InuiuatiQu the plaintiff sub
mitted to Ik nan iuit and appealed.
rne court lays:
If ttt? evidence offered was compe
tent and any evidence of the matter in
issue, then it was an invasion of the
province oa tfle jury for the court to
express an.opinion as to its effect.
Where evidence of a tact is so calcu
lated as to form a link in tbe chain, al-
thougli the other links are not supplied.
still it is nevertheless some evidence
tending to establish the fact in issue,
and its sufficiency must be passed on by
Error. Venire dfl nuyu warded.
Nimocks vs. Scanlin et al Cumbeilanc.
Mrs. Scanlin joined with her husband
Scanlin both deeds of mortgage and if
the land was the absolute property of
the husband there is nothing in the
deeds to show that the joining in them
was intended to effect ner dower or
homestead in the land. For aught that
appears upon the face of the deeds the
wife may have oeen tne owner, in nr
own right, or had a joint interest with
her husband, lhe deeds are suscepti
ble of that construction. The point
was raised on the trial below that Mrs.
Scanlin wus a necessary party.
The court says:
The point was well taken. When a
a person's rights may be affected by an
action without their being made a party
to it and having an opportunity to de
fend them, an adjudication of the same
would be an act or injustice.
Case remanded that Mrs. Scanlin may
he made a party to'tbetictkm and that
the1 decree for saJ4 mafc be modified if
. , 1 ' ? i t'VI. Jit A A Vi A 7 a fl ? In sism-
ine piaiuuiu auaii uo ou onftw wu
formity to this opinion, j
State vs. Reynolds Guilford.. f !
Smith, C. J.: ,'--ri 'r; :
. Defendant 'was tried fend found gnilty
bfsteaUtfg one, pound of tobaccoand
money of the value of one dollar from
J. L. Harden. It was in evidence that
defendant was in me store of prosecu
tor on Saturday, that at that time he
had no tobacco, un Monday following
defendant was found in possessi on nf
several plugs of tobacco similar to that
which was Kept m a oox at the store
and also a piece of money found in de
fendant s possession was identified as
having been in the money drawer on
Saturday. It was also in proof that de
fendant after his examination before
the committing magistrate said that
the nrosecutor "had sworn to a sWlr
piece of money" before the magistrate.
mat ne am uut w coma so
swear aa there were severalrieoes of
sleek money in the drawer. The solici
tor insisted that the recent possession
of the stolen goods raised a presump
tion of guilt and made it incumbent
upon defendant to explain the posses
sion. Defendant's counsel asked the
court to charge that the presumption
did not apply to the money which was
constantly passing from harid to hand
as a circulating medium. The court
made no comment and gave no instruct
tion, but admitted the evidence to the
jury to pass upon its credit and might
The court also refused to instruct that
there was no evidence of the larceny of
the tobacco, but recapitulated the evi
dence not adverting to that which was
drawn out tn crossexatflnatiori ; ex
The court says:
It was the duty of counsel if evidence
important to tbe defense bad been over
looked, men to can it to the attention
of the judge and have tbe omission
supplied, it would not be conducive to
a fair trial to allow this oversight to be
assigned for error, entitling the accused
to a new trial.
Where the whole matter is left to the
jury to draw such inferences as the evi
dence warranted, and neither party is
benefited by the rule, the defendant's
case is not prejudiced.
Where one criminal act is imputed,
the felonious taking and removing
of either of the articles mentioned con
stitute the crime, therefore it was no
error in the omission to charge that
"there was no evidence of the larceny
of the tobacco," for it was shown that
defendant had no tobacco on Saturday,
and such charge would not have
changed the grade of the offense. The
use of the term "money" in the bill as
descriptive of the coin taken, is author
ized by ch. 68, acts 1876-77.
No error, Affirmed.
Adams vs. Utley Wake.
This action was to recover a balance
alleged to le due on a bond executed
Oct. 23, 1807. The complaint bdows that
several payments had been made on the
bond, the fast being 85, on June 5, 1876
The answer admits the execution of
the bond to the plaintiff's wife, and says
that the complaint does not state all the
payments made thereon. The parties
were allowed by the court to amend
their pleadings, and in answer to a new
complaint substantially the same as the
former one, the defendant denies the
allegations thereof seriatim,-And alleges
that the bond sued on was executed
irnore than teu years before the com
mencement of the action, and therefore
pleads payment thereof and the statute
of presumptions. Plaintiff offered evi
dence for the purpose of showing that
the credit dated 24th Aueust. 1870. was
in fact made at that time: upon an in
timation from the court that it was in
sufficient to rebut the plea of payment,
neorteredtne original answer as con
taining the admissions of defendant,
with reference to the credits on the
bond, that answer was read with
the amended answer, as a part of tho
pleadings, at the ou'set of the trial.
But the Court beiner of opinion that the
denials in the amended answer covered
all allegations of payment made in the
complaint; ruled against the plaintiff,
t ) which plaintiff appealed.
li e court says: The tact that evi
dence of admissions was contained in
an answer, constituting a part of the
pleadings in a cause, cannot detract
from its competency. A man's own ad
mission touching the subject of a con
troversy to which he is a party, are al
ways admissible against him,and much
more ought they to be so when solemn
ly made in a proceeding in a court of
justice. It loses none of its vigor be
cause an amended answer was subse
quently filed under leave of the court.
Ster vs Murphy, 83 N C215, eited.
I he genuineness of credits and their
dates, as endorsed on a note, are ques
tions of fact for the jury, but when
once established, then the effect upon
the legal presumption of payment
would become a matter of law for the
Error. Venire de novo.
Gill vs Lucy Edwards et als Yance,
The principles involved are fully-dis
cussed in Dellinger vs. Tweed, 66 N C,
2f6, and it wa3 then decided that the
homestead and personal property ex
emptions made under the Constitution
of 1863, and the laws passed in pursu
ance thereof? can not be sold under an
execution issued upon a judgment ren
dered in an action ex dilicto.
No error. Affirmed.
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district attorney in New York, is seri
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pected. Several acres of ground have been
purchased in Nashville, Tenn., on
which to erect the buildings for the
national mineral and industrial exposi
tion. In the United States District Court
at St. Louis Friday Samuel Leviar, a
letter carrier, was found guilty of rob
bing street mail boxes and sentenced to
three years' hard labor in prison.
Superintendent Grant, of the New
York Produce Exchange, tendered his
resignation Friday to the board of man
agers. He is to become the secretary of
The Spanish and New York Tele
phone Company, of New York, has
been incorporated at Albany. The cap
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a number of StalaBin.this country and
through the kingdom of Spain.
Tbe canvassing board appointed by
the Edmunds commission to ascertain
and declare the result of the election in
Utah Territory finds that Cain (Mor
monl received 23,039 votes, and Van
zile (gentile) 4,880. The certificate of
election was awarded to Cain.
A meeting of Kentucky distillers was
held at Louisville Friday to consider
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bond, owned by non-residents, to State
and county taxation. The case will
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mar. toott toevnsMcetwate
-Ihsi iood ham.' and weoeV water. Toamr orchard.
In MeoklenlWnr eotuHvV Uirewwaltea JUat mi Darld-
fx CuUege, to he soidjrittln ird weeks;, 7 For
pilot sod mrtk&s, sftobu .... 't
oefd w2i PwW4 College, M.-4X -4
ANDSOME DRESS PATTERNS
WB h?IJ rJ?.?e.,v22 another stock of HANDSOME DR3? PATTERNS at SI 0. ft 5, 18 and r2R
I wi,1?,?hsLS''25,30 881 caII and see them, as they are the newest thing out Also, another
T LS!.1121 SQ1 15e CASHMSHS tt blacks and colors. The best-sfexX 1 All Wool ChraerMla
blacks and au colors, from 45c to 31.50 per yard.
8TLK3 all colors; can match anything NRCKWKAB; a lanre stock
Jackets, Dolmans. Circulars. mtr. p.i,... . Zu7.'Z.JZF!
and Children's Underwear, Ladles' and Gents' Furnishing Goofs
Cretonnes. Have Just received a large stock ot
HATS and. CAPS
At bottom figures. Trunks. Valises. Boot n 1 s
atswlr la ranlanrll ,huH Hollw K . :
t..ZJ.,,ZSCl." Cf 7 1 IWW mat
Leading Clothiers and Tailors.
Oar Patrons: The People. Our Study: Their Interest Oor Maiim: Fair Dealinj.
OUR REWARD: SUCCESS.
W ,1'an"'adim oar own Men's dothlng, and therefore can seU at taoth lowwr prices than any
v other house can offer the aaraa Hnrvl wa am nn nmnani ia n ih. n k .
ed stock of BEAOT-MADS
in this section. OUS Furnlshtna Goods DeDartment
for beauty and novelty will ooaapaiw with any in the South. The last but not teast. our Hat Depart
ment, consists ol onlv the latest out. and finest that nniilrl hn frtiinn rn tno murVot v.m tnkan
special pnde this season to secure such roods thai cannot be found. elsewhere. Our prices in each and
eTeiL.PartT"eirt 8,6 Invariably bottom figures, and every article sold with oar guarantee.
I3ff Thanking the public kindly for past favors, and soliciting a bbare of your trade in the fa tare,
we are Very Respectfully, Tj. BerWAnier d 23ro..
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I NOW HAVE
The LARGEST and Prettiest Stock of
frr Jaleeihvited M
Wholesald and Retail Funiiture Dealer
In this city
KUttary Braid and Oraamants.
a A large stock of Ladles.' Gents
Ask to see our Curtain Laoss and
4 :k r rtoady-made Clothing. Our
pa uut, 12 we ask ol tne nubile Is to give an
Smith Building, East Trade Street.
EEB k El
Styles ! Closest Prices!
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eomnrlne the lateet oat. arul wa are mnnrUnt thnt
. Leading Clothiers and Tailors
-.LJmi m kW a
TO THIS MARKET,
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I INTEND TO SELL AT
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