April 22, 1903
District court opened Monday morning. The grand jury will probably complete their work today and the petit jury may be discharged to-morrow.
The following cases have been disposed of:
Mack Brantley pleaded guilty to charge of carrying concealed weapon and was fined $25 and costs.
Case against Bary Carter, on charge of carnal knowledge, was nolle prossed.
Callie Moore pleaded guilty to charge of assault by willfully shooting at and was fined $25 and costs.
Jim Dumas was acquitted of charge of perjury.
C. D. Covington was convicted of assault and battery.
G. P. Foster pleaded guilty to charge of cruelty to domestic animals and was fined $5 and costs.
Joe Green and Wm. Hollis pleaded guilty to charge of disturbing peace and were fined $7.50 each and costs.
Arthur Moseley pleaded guilty to charge of disturbing peace, and was fined $15 and costs.
J. J. Booth and John Grimes pleaded guilty to charge of carrying concealed weapons and were fined $25 each and costs.
Will Burch, colored, was convicted of bigamy.
In suit C. M. Thompson vs. J. P. Heard et al. judgment was rendered in favor of plaintiff.
Suit of W. T. Main & Co. vs. Henderson-Bennett Lumber Co., was dismissed.