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him of beating her without cause. The case of Madison Griffin, charged with a forgery, whereby he obtained $15 from Richard Reins, was heard and again continued, the principal witness being still absent. George R. Courtney, a soldier, arrested by the watch for drunkenness, was charged with stealing a coat from Jack White, a runaway negro, confined in the same cell of the cage with him. The Mayor sent him to the Provost Marshal. Joseph Cregar was arraigned for the murder of Michael Horan. The affair, which has often been alluded to in the papers, occurred a few weeks age at a place in Henrico a short distance from the corporation line. The witnesses, who had testified on former occasions, when other parties were brought up for the murder, did not answer to their names when called, and it was stated in Court that the most material of them had made their way to Baltimore, and were beyond the reach of the process of the Court. The Mayor said he had heard enough of Cregar