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he proprietor, He was committed in Defant of $200 security. Samuel Liggon charged with taking Dr. Warring's horse, on street, was examined and acquitted. Elchard Barry charged with being engaged with others in assaulting and stabbing Warren L. Story, was committed for a further bearing. Madison Griffin, charged with forging Jno Griffin's name and getting $15 from Richard Reins was acquitted; but committed in default of $100 security for his good behavior. The case of Carter Tadlock. J. P. Thompson, and J. W. Sartin, for stealing $10 from Wm. Rowe, was called, and the witness not responding was continued until Monday, at which time the officers were directed to have on hand all who knew anything of the offence charged against the prisoners. Martha slave of Mrs. Sally Manford, was ordered a whipping for throwing stones in the street. George Smith, charged with firing a pistol in the street when drunks, was required to give security for his good behavior.