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the apatvth rxPREsa robbsry. Reno . and Anderaon Dlichergrd at W indaor. anil Rearrested oia Another Charge. From the Detroit iMieh.) Tribune, Aug. 30. Yesterday tbe case or tbo United States against Fa-tax Fa-tax Fa-tax Bxko snd CHaai.ra AKDaOf waa called up again before Police Magistrate Caaoa. at Wind-aor, Wind-aor, Wind-aor, tor lurther examination. When the esse was cjlled, Axbtbt Pawcx, who waa employed to eon-duct eon-duct eon-duct the examination for the prosecution, renewed hia motion ot yesterday for the admission of cer-ain cer-ain cer-ain documentary evidence. The magistrate declined to reoeive it, uuleaa the prosecution would produce Haacnrs, the main witness against the defendant, in order to give them an opportunity to meet bim face to rice ana subject bim to s cros examination. He said he haa examined tbe statute a ud uadeooie to the oonoiua.on that it wss entire y discretionary with him to admit or reject the Uocumentary evidence, and under tne clicumstancee be abould exclude it. At the suggestion of Mr. Paxaca, s note ol this ai cussiou was raaoe oy the eiers. and tne counsel then announced that he abould not introduce Haitkziia, nor would he give any reason tor bis nun -production -production in Court, H announced at the earn tune inav he coula not proceed tur.ber with the case unless permitted permitted to introduce tbe depositions. In Court offered to give him further time to procure testimony, testimony, but tbe offer waa declined, and toe magistrate then discharged the prisoners. Mo sooner bad they been set st liberty than they were rearrested on a warrant charging them with having committed an aaaault witb intern to kill Am aicca Whiidok. conductor on the Jeffsrsonviiie. Madison and Indiana Bailroad, in Indiana, on ths 331 ot May last, issusd by Giuxar MoJtlcxxii. an-outer an-outer an-outer of the magia.ratea in the town, luia auuon waa not entirely unexpected, although the source trom which the warrant emanated created a Lttte surprise. The prisoners, about noon, were arralguea betors Mr. McMxcuts, pleaded out gu iiv, and the examination waa adjourned until. 3:30 o'clock, a: which time the Court reopened at bandwicb. iBostas G. Habmxms. tbe messenger alluded to above, appeared in propria persona, and a wore positively that FaaKK Bxmo and Chsbi a ASDxnsoa", ben., aie the men wno robbed the express car. Hs dec.ared that he could not be mia.aten in regard to tbe identity identity of the prisoners, and gave hi tesUmony in s-ch s-ch s-ch a manner as to lesve little, if any, room 10 doubt its correctness. Mr. Wbzbson. the conductor of the train which wal robbed, and wno prslerred tbe charge ot aaaault with intent to kill, failed to identity tne accused. Same other testimony of an unimportant unimportant nature waa When, when, owing to tbe lateness ot tbe hour, tne case wss adjourned tore lux titer bearing at 10 o'clock A. M. to-uay. to-uay. to-uay. It i understood mit tbe Briuh Minister st Tftash-inaion Tftash-inaion Tftash-inaion has written to the Canadian Governsasat, requesting requesting tnem to use every honorable eff rt to aecurs tue exiradiuon oi Baao sad AsbkasoH, snd tbo Adams Express Company are determined they shsil come over U they are guilty. Xbe dateudauta, on tbe other hand, have strong hopes ot proving snaitoi.