ge amount of civil, and some little criminal business.
We note such as are of public importance.
Jackson Crouch, Allen McGregor and Alfred Wright, indicted for an assault on Justice George E. Sadler, appeared in Court and being arraigned, they entered a general demurrer to the said indictment, and also pleaded not guilty thereto; and the Attorney for the Common wealth joined in the said demurer, and took issue on the said pleas; and there upon the cause was continued until the December term, and the defendants were admitted to bail to answer.
Albert, slave of Junius Clark, charged with stealing a trunk of shoes worth $60, from Jno. C. Page, on the 4th of November, was led to the bar and plead not guilty.
After hearing the evidence, the Court rendered a verdict of "not guilty," and the prisoner was discharged.
John O'Keefe and Arthur B. O'Keefe, indicted for misdemeanors, and Charles Colgate, charged with felony, will be tried to-day, if absent witnesses can-be found.