charged with breaking a paling, and striking watchman Pearce on the head with it, was held to bail to answer an indictment for the offence.
Michael Walls and Wm. J. McCarty, for assaulting and beating Patrick Slattery, were discharged.
A full examination was had of the charge against Benjamin Gottlieb, for stealing hogs from John Clash.
The evidence against Gotilieb was sufficiently strong, in the opinion of His Honor, to send him on for examination before the Hustings Court.
Fritz Freeman, an employee of Gottlieb, also implicated in the larceny, by the evidence of Mrs. Wray, was also sent on. Both parties were admitted to bail in the sum of $500.
Thomas R. Stewart was build to appear and answer an indictment for selling liquor without license.
Jacob Keck, for selling in the Second Market after the hour of closing, was fined $2.
John Pendergrast, for garroting John McCarty, and robbing him of $150, was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court.
ld not be filed.
The parties were called and the information filed, when through Nance and Williams, their attorneys, they objected, and moved to quash.
On motion, further proceeding was continued until next Thursday.
Damel Gotlieb and Fritz Freeman were examined for stealing two hogs from Jno. Clash, each worth $25, on the 24th of Sept. Gotlieb was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons, and admitted to bail in $500. Mathias Altmeyer bail.
Freeman did not answer and a capias was awarded mitted to bail in $500. Mathias Altmeyer bail.
Freeman did not answer and a capias was awarded against him.
John Goff was examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons, for having on the 14th of September stolen from John Brannon, two coats of the value of twenty dollars, a pair of boots of the value of ten dollars, one shoe of the value of one dollar, and eight dollars in C. S. Treasury notes.
The trial of misdemeanor cases will commence today.
The Court insets at 11 o'clock.