Henry Feller, accused of stealing a horse crossing to James M. Gaon, was exercised and equates, the evidence not jellifying his detention.
Security to keep the place and be of good behavior for a year were required Joyce, charged with going into Henry Beckman's saloon, near the Old Market, while drunk, and threatening to a man who was nothing to nobody at the time, the same course was adopted towards Bernard A. Sells, charged with disorderly conduct in the streets.
Byrd Evans and James Hill, white, were examined for ing by force and violence, from Jacob.
Holder, a revolver, worth $50, and $25 in Cs Treasury notes.
The "force and violence" was in the shape of an assault perpetrated he the parties on Holder's showing a disposition to resist their encroachments.
Both of them were committed for a further examination before the Hustings Court.
Henry Chadwell, of Hawley's Dregeons, was examined on the charge of stealing a horse from W. S. Kemper.