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testimony, the jury retired and brought in a verdict of guilty, assessing his term of imprisonment at two years. The trial of another case against Carter was then proceeded with. In the second case he was charged with forging the name of A. W. Thomas to a check. On this he was found guilty, and awarded the same measure of punishment as in the first case. A motion submitted by him for a new trial was overruled by the Court. Mem.--On the trial of the above cases, the prisoner introduc found guilty, and awarded the same measure of punishment as in the first case. A motion submitted by him for a new trial was overruled by the Court. Mem.--On the trial of the above cases, the prisoner introduced Charles Smith (who is awaiting trial on sundry charges of forgery) to prove that he (Carter) got the check signed Thomas from said Smith. The latter declined to answer positively, when Carter flew in a great passion, and for a time there was unusual commotion in the Court-room.