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hadeus A. Waston, charged with drunk cas and disorderly conduct at Steinline's, Broad street, Wednesday night, gave ball for his appearance on Thursday, in the moles above referred to Peter Lawson, jr., was cut on the arm with a knife, but not by Watson, as he testified. John and James Barry, two brothers, sent on to Court to be tried for Henry Ross, on the 13th of last February, on Ryrd, between 10th and 11th streets, were arraigned for murder. Boss having died from the effects of his w came up for trial at 11 o'clock A. M. appeared as usual for the and for the Confederate States. In of were in the of the that been heretofore reported in the Dispatch. when the accused underwent a preliminary examination before Commissioner Watson. Upon hearing the evidence in the case, and the argument of the counsel pre ct can the jury retired, and after an absence often minutes returned into Court with a verdict of guilty. The accused is quite a youth, and is a sad commentary o
Forging pay rolls. --Geo. Kilbaugh, a member of Gaither's cavalry company, was carried before Commissioner Watson yesterday, charged with forging sundry pay rolls, and after an examination was sent to the city jail for trial before the District Court.