October 23, 1901
In case of W. S. Spears et al. vs. J. A. Carroll, judgment rejecting plaintiffs’ demand.
Judgment of not guilty was rendered in the five cases of Jesse McLaurin, on charge of retailing liquor without license.
Frank Fountain pleaded guilty of charge of poisoning fish and was fined $15 and costs.
W. H. Byrum was acquitted of charge of failure to work road.
Lum Johnson pleaded guilty to charge of retailing liquor without license, and was fined $200 and in default of payment four months on the public works.
Will Mason was acquitted of charge of failure to work on public road.
Henry Futch pleaded guilty to charge of assault and battery and was fined $25 and cost.
John Roan was convicted of charge of maiming domestic animals.
In case of Wilson Kennedy et al., charged with disturbing peace on public street, Buck Kennedy pleaded guilty and was fined $10 and costs. Nolle prossequi was entered against the other defendants in this case.
Andrew Williams and John Turner were acquitted of charge of violating labor contract.