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h, said he had heard that Flemments had shot at him, but he did not know the fact. Defendant was committed until Friday for further examination. The case of the parties arrested at the house of Ann Thomas, on Saturday night, was called up--Mr. Seal, policeman, being sworn, testified to his knowledge of the house, which, he said, was of evil fame, as well as the proprietress. Seal detailed the circumstances of the visit of the police after they heard of the murder and prior to the arrest.--The Mayor, in answer to a question of Mr. Gilmer, prisoner's counsel, said he was trying to investigate the criminality of the house. Mr. Seal learned that Hiltsheimer, a witness before the Coroner's inquest on the murder of Whitmell, had intimate relations with some of the parties residing in the house, and was not let in on his visit, because accompanied with a crowd. The police took seven men and ten women from there. Lieut. Crone testified to the local and State reputation of "Mulberry G