for and receiving hay stolen from Paul Bredick. The jury, after hearing the evidence, retired, but after some time spent in consultation, returned and reported that there was no chance of their agreeing on a verdict; whereupon a jury man was withdrawn, and the case continued until the next term.
The Court refused as grant the application of defendants attorney for a discharge, submitted for the reason that he belonged to Capt. McCanley's cavalry company, and was under marching orders — Delta Reynolds was tried for selling liquor contrary to law and fined $60 and costs.
Being a "lone woman," with a house full of children, and no money, the Court permitted her to go without requiring her to pay the amount.
The defendant was tried for an assault on Elizabeth Sprowls, and acquitted.--Clinton James, on appeal from the judgment of the Recorder, sentencing him to receive thirty-nine lashes, had his case continued, and gave bail for his appearance at the next term.--The case against the m