Martial law and the killing of the Mississippi County sheriff part 1

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Martial  law and the killing of the Mississippi  County sheriff  part 1 - etioet.be-tweou the IXy i at Thebjs. was a...
etioet.be-tweou the IXy i at Thebjs. was a novel occurrence in the legislature on Thursday. " While the senate was discussing the propriety of a declaration of martial law in Pope county on account of the killing of Sheriff Dod-son, Dod-son, Dod-son, the house 'was discussing a bill granting general amnesty to Mr. FUzpat. rick for the killing of Sheriff Murray, ojf Mississippi county, and releasing his se cu rides from the penalty attached by th forfeiture of hia bail bond. What is further further remarkable, too, about FiiipaJrick'g case is, he has never been convicted of any crime yet, and the bill proceeds tj give him general amnesty for something for which he has cot yet been convicted!. It might not be improper to remark thai Murray, the Miasiasippi county sheriff, was a democrat, and Fitcpatrick the radii- radii- So ia to of aa

Clipped from Daily Arkansas Gazette02 Mar 1873, SunPage 2

Daily Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas)02 Mar 1873, SunPage 2
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