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nce, or postpone the investigation of the case until some future day. R. H. Meade stated that the reason Jones was not present was because he had been mustered out of the service and sent home. The name of Mrs. Sale was on the list of witnesses for the prosecution. Mr. Johnson furnished the Mayor with a list of the witnesses he desired to have summoned, and the Mayor sent officers to hunt them up. The list of witnesses for the defence was soon afterwards called, and officer William N. Kelley said they had all been summoned. All but four answered to their names. Mr. Johnson said he was ready to proceed with the investigation but for the absence of Mrs. Matthews. She was one of the original witnesses, and her presence was very material to the case. If the Court would defer the investigation for a day or two, Mrs. Ould would herself go for Mrs. Matthews, who was in the country, and bring her to the city. The defence had no power to summon witnesses. Mrs. Matthew