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harged with forging the name of T. McAllister & Co, to a sight draft on Enders, Sutton & Co., for $200, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, and the case underwe partial examination. Gen. August appeared as counsel for the prisoner. Mr. Sutton, of the above named firm, was the first witness examined for the Commonwealthagitated, and told them if they would walk into his room he would explain it. Mr. Sutton objected to going, but Cockson insisted, and they went towards the room.--Finge & Co., brokers, for $150, the balance being drawn on checks for $25 each.] Mr. Sutton did not believe that this draft was in McAllister's handwriting.--If isolatedbusiness. They are contractors on the Covington and Ohio Railroad, and Enders, Sutton & Co. were their bankers. He had given drafts to Cockson several times. He was not positive. The draft was not in the handwriting of his partners. Enders, Sutton & Co. had been cautioned against paying any drafts not signed by himself. Whil