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The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, December 04, 1908, Image 2

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rip attorneys' frou
Ville to secure the
unty of Gju-rettandTom Jolm-
Ajyitir XaKoy Brannom,
ir ana
Inents
I hold-
rone
of
aiexs here were
this court. He
i the technical arrests
the prisoners in jail
Orrel mil attemptea to
tnfnpression in His Honor's
by stating that no contempt had
a intended and that no actual serv-
was had on the prisoners, the return
Betting out that the demands of the ca
piases could not be complied with.
His Honor replied that that was an
afterthought.
Judge Matthews stated that he had
not thoroughly investigated the matter,
did not believe that any contempt was
intended, and that he had no disposi
tion to punish anyone, but that he had
a well settled dea tliat everyone con
nected with,t?J'W(ftuings was in con
tempt of thi5
tempt or tmcr v
y ,,Jaty has rel jas
y eighyne r"
, f jr fthem ii nses,
es have! Nind
eight 1 e-
jftirther th .. --
f the prisoneiw ",rit
Pbion Countv 1JW. I
m nendins in thisV 1
t that the Court iSV I
bion County and re!V J
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a part of the
from Attorney
ect that
turn of
to en-
yf Judge Matthews
id capias in one case
That in the case of Garrett
p selected, lie is charged
furder of Capt. Rankin.
'close oi me reading Juagr, , . ns was brou eht out.
fws stated that he had not fullv m, ,
rated the matter, but that he was
ipinion that in securing these
the Sheriff was in con
fen'sel jtXAwAvould
waive aTSsstSiljTSight up by the
court's ruling 6n- the illegal service of
the capiases provided the court would
enter upon the hearing of evidence to
determine the question of bail.
The court stated that he would hear
the evidence unless some good reason
not heretofore brought out is shown why
the question should not be entered upon.
Mr. Stokes then stated that the de
fense would offer a domurer, and, if
i
that were overruled, they would simply
join issue on the return of the Sheriff
and let the case take its course.
Previous to the reading of the de
murer Mr. Stokes made some facetious
remarks anent the possible sending to
jail of Spl. Hill and Judge Swiggart for
contempt. "
In answer to a brief reply that such
would not likely happen, Mr. Stokes re
plied: We may show you before we
get through that you are not before
Judge Jones."
He was promptly called down by
Judge Matthews for any implied criti
cism of Judse Jones. Mr. Stokes dis
claimed any intention of criticising, say
ing that he merely meant to contrast
the two.
At this point Mr. Stokes stated that
thev would not offer the demurer, but
would join issue on the return, making
a general replication to the return.
ISSUES JOINED.
The replication read: "The defend
ant denies the facts set out in this return
and joins issue on the same. "
The question of bail then came up.
Judge Matthews held that the burden of
the proof is on the petitioners, and
Sheriff Borum was put on the stand to
show how he held the prisoners.
BROUGHT IN CHAINS.
In answer to the questions of Attor
ney Stokes, Mr. Borum stated that he
las no authority to hold the prisoners
i his charge except a verbal order from
ov. Patterson. That under orders
' ,i . . i i 3 n J I
torn the uovernor no nau aiiuweu iiu i
one. not even their attorneys, to see
them until ordered to do so by Judge
Matthews.
It was brought out that one prisoner
died in the hospital and that another is
nrettv sick. S
Tt, was further shown that the Wieriff
has never received anv order from the
Attorney General or Judge of Obion
County, but that the prisoners had
been delivered to him by soldiers and
that he has kept them under the Gov
ernor's orders. The arrival of the
nrisoners who were tied together with
The Sheriff stated m answer to a
nuestion that he had no fault to find
with the conduct of the prisoners
ey were quiet and orderly
cross-examinatij
A full stock of Boys' Wagons
Tricycles and Velocipeces; the
best in town and the prices are
right.
All kinds of Silverware and
the best m one v can buy. We
will appreciate a call.
The
She has the corre
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A
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(.er Christmas purchases. Cheap, flimsy
eout of taste.
wisely. sbntwiiTnp- itot onlv hand some but useful andr
store is full of tical gift goods that will app
THe prices are right, too. J
Uttiottity Hard
There is nothing mot
able than a handsome
your home. We hai
kind that will eKfi sal
You will havi
if you use a
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lnday by I
L.r Takahfl
in WashteS
l blown open wrth
f contents stolen by
s at Banks, Ala.
itfi-s the gang se
ta cash, but found
w
e. of Detroit, Mich.,
fimmissioner General of
succeed the late Frank
I Keefe is president of
pal Longshoresmens Un-
L-tivo in support ofe
ijMial ticket in the
j'e, of New York,
offered the posi-
etary of the Navy
ihas been
L'
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accept-
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