Letter from Judge May Part 1

DustiKae Member Photo

Clipped by DustiKae

Letter from Judge May Part 1 - THE' GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION : A LETTER FROM...
THE' GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION : A LETTER FROM JUDGE MAY. j It was our intention to say something ' in this morning's paper upon the very singular document issued by his excel lency, whjch was published in yesterday's organ an is re-published re-published re-published in to-dsy's to-dsy's to-dsy's CA-'KfT CA-'KfT CA-'KfT but wine to press on' our col- col- qmns. are) unahle to do so. Instead, jwe append below a letter from .Judge May to' his excellency on the subject of his court, which directly contradicts many statements made by tbe governor. Bead it, and then read what the governor aays. Judge May's letter ie creditable to htm, outside of his 'personal allusions to the editors of the Transcript and 'Tribune. This difficulty with them is a side issue thai is not involved with the principal case. His letter presents him in a,' much more; favorable light in his conaection with the troubles. The place of a circuit judge is at aB times a difficult! one, and ' much alldwance should be made at i juncture like ' the . present one, when the deeoest passions of human nature are : aroused; ' - iTA Daxpasxxxx, Ar kn July 30, 1872. Gev.O. A. HadSeyt r - Dear Cava iter I was seized wit a a ' Kyvere attack of rheumatism of the chest last Friday morning, and have been con- con- j fined lo nay oeu most oi tne time since, just being abae bow to ait up in my mom to write, this in regard to the Pope 6 muntv trouble. ..-, ..-, ..-, "j'j ;f -;:! -;:! r'-i r'-i r'-i I enclose herewith my letter: to the ' citizens f Pbpe county, dated at Dover, 17th inst. c t'f hie letter we havepub lished in a previous issue. Oath234 : T went to iHassellville. spoointed Tbos. " A. t Hanks special sheriri, e-C. e-C. e-C. Dodson and twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one of his men came in and .nmuWnl to-the to-the to-the sheriff. I selected John Williams ras chief of guards, and int rnrttd him ta select tea men to guard tbe prwoners; sad instructed the sheriff, - s. kwmtcd tha nrisonera." to disarm ' them and tern them over to tbe guards, r who were tinder his charge, babpoenas " were issued for all. witnesses asked tor on either side, and served. fWhen tbe case ' , was ready for examination thedefendants aa examination and asked tl be admitted to bail for their tles in readers to appearance at the next term of the I'ope circuit court. I Tbe oiloM as cuargeu oeirg oei.au.uo . same was graated-IW graated-IW graated-IW and "each in the sum of $5000, the remainder C-jui C-jui C-jui t-LaL t-LaL t-LaL Siy.(X. Affidavit were then filed before me by'I Dodeoo, charging Reese Hogan and nine othersith bh WarranUwere issued, and on Thursday moraipg defendants came is and surren- surren- j dered, and were put under guard Dring- Dring- Ing in with them twenty-three twenty-three twenty-three Jj- Jj- it. nMmiiniL lIm eoart was occupied ia the afternoon by the contempt case of Barry. . t ' - I mnt Tinm Thursday evening, and Friday morning was taken sick, and have not been able to return to Bussellville ... . . ll tV vet. Jtriday evening cpeesai duiu Mackey, came over to asccrtun the nt m not KDHDink. knew from tlie severity of the sttatk thst ,I would not be able under abt,ut a week 'to hold court. The prowcu ion had not, no to that lime, had a subiwent i ined, and LatimateJ that they did not intend (9

Clipped from Daily Arkansas Gazette01 Aug 1872, ThuPage 1

Daily Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas)01 Aug 1872, ThuPage 1
DustiKae Member Photo
  • Letter from Judge May Part 1

    DustiKae – 02 Feb 2016

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in