G.W. jackson on franklin st assaulte d
Thomas Osborn and Thomas Stanton, Stanton, the calaboose scrappers who were arraigned and pleaded not guilty to assaulting G. W. Jackson, colored, in the caliboose Friday evening and were committed to j ail, were brought out handcuffed together by Policeman liichardson. J. II. Duncan wbs retained retained to defend the prisoners and thn crowd expected to hear a long trial Jac'jsorj, the negro, who was (dashed on the body with a knife during the fracas, is still at his home on Franklin Btreet and - the attending physician forbids forbids the patient to leave the house, cotuenuenllv he was not present in court. Stanton's head was still ban daged and he said that he was feeling rather groggy yet. Osborn looked to bo in very pocd condition physically, but was studiously quiet and said Dot a word.