Dec. 5, 1879 John G. Jones brother on trial for killing his other brother.
PRINCE ALBERT JONES. - BOs Trial Hto BtUl The traJ of Prince Albert Joaea was resumed In the Criminal Court yesterday. There were a number ef discussions bet ween counsel for the prosecution aad defense as to the admlsibtlity of eertaia testimony. This consumed most of tbe forenoon. The prosecution endeavored to in- trodaoe evidence of tbe shooting oa the streetcar, when Prince Albert attempted the life of his brother James Jones, the deceased, about three weeks before Jamas was killed; thia waa to prove that Prince Albert entertained malice toward tbe dead brother. To this ths defense objected, oa the ground that, aa the indictment was tor manslaughter, such testimony was not admissible. At S o'clock Judge Tulev decided that the evidence relating to tbe shooting, three weeks before James Jones was killed, waa not ad-misaable, but the evidence as to the defendant making threats to kill was admitted. The jury retired while the evidence relating te the dying declaration of Jamea Joaee was being given bv Theodore Jones, a brother of the deceased and defendant, aad John G. Jones, another brother. The ease will ge oa to-day, beginning at S-'SO OUOCB.