Nelson Randolph Horse trade
A HORSE TRADE IN REDSTONE Result in Â» Law Suit Between Randolph and J. W. Parshall--A Brownsville Lumber Company Bring Action for $600. Special to The Courier. TJniontown, Jan. 10. -- In civil this morning a non-suit was granted In the case of Mike fl'Auria vs. Weaver. Both men-live in Connells- Tille. The suit was brought to re- coyer |200 damageSSttr alleged negll- . Weaver ba a'n(jtit fire, and, .acbake shop that a Account of the Buildings being of wooden construc- tion spread to D'Auria's property, destroying destroying several small buildings. The non-suit was brought because no negligence could be shown. The only other case taken up this morning was that of Nelson Randolph of Redstone township vs. William J. Parshall of Uniontown. This was to recover ?G5 resulting from an unsatisfactory unsatisfactory horse trade. Randolph, it seems, sold Parshall a team of for $225. This -was -with, the under- etanding that if the horses were satisfactory they were to be returned. One horse "was returned. The case is an appeal from a decision of of the Peace John W. Bawson of 'Uniontown, ' Two suits were entered this by Cooper Van Swearingen. The Anbury Lumber Company of Brownsville Brownsville wants ' $500 from Daniel M. League, alleged to bo due on a promissory note for that amount. William Frazee of Wharton township has brought suit against Thomas and William Shirer, both of Henry Clay township, to recover $200 for trespass. Frazee owns a farm in Henry Clay alleges that the t-wo defendants carried carried away lumber and other valuable material to the amount claimed.