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n the charge of receiving $170, alleged to have been stolen by one of his children from Mrs. Elizabeth Demelman, who keeps a millinery establishment on Main street, below 17th. The prisoner was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, when Mrs. Demelman testified in substance that on Tuesday last she deposited her pocket-book, containing some $170, in her money drawer, proposing to use the amount llis then threatened to thrust a knife into her if she questioned the children any more, and Mrs. Demelman hastily retreated. An Italian, who keeps the toy shop alluded to, testified that the Lillis children exchanged two one-dollar notes with him, and nothing else; but Mrs. Demelman's daughter deposed, on the other band, that she saw a ten-dollar note, besides a roll of other notes, in theluding a twenty-dollar Confederate Treasury note. There were two of those notes stolen from Mrs. Demelman, though she could not say that this was one of them. With a view to a more thorough inv