, worth $150. The defendant alleges that he bought the iron of a white man, and in order to give him an opportunity to produce the individual, the case was continued until Monday.
James Phillips, charged with breaking into the house of Elizabeth Hindman, and smashing up a lot of her furniture, was arraigned for examination.
The defendant was proved to have rendered himself liable to the pains and penalties of the law by committing an amatory assault on Martha Jane Miller, an inmate of MisMiss Hindman's domicil, and the Mayor sent him on to be examined before the Hustings Court on the 2d Monday in March next.
The case of James Clarke, charged with stealing $75 from Louis Antone, on the 10th of last June, was called up, when the defendant attempted to prove an alibi. The case was continued for a further hearing.
J. E. Lehmone, who assisted Fritz Kreibel in murdering Phillip Sautter, in his saloon, corner of Main and 10th streets, on Monday, was brought into court; but the M