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ad been entered and three barrels of whiskey taken out. After informing the police, he got a clue to the whereabouts of one barrel, and, with the assistance of officer Crone, recovered the barrel, with the better port of its contents gone, at the house of McKinley, near the Central depot. This occurred on Wednesday. Each barrel was worth $840 Officer Crone testified that upon going to McKinley's house the latter first denied having any liquor, and after the barrel was found, told various stories, and stated positively that he had had the barrel itself for twelve months. Frederick Detrick testified that he saw McKinley be gaining for the whiskey with one Joe of a gold watch and $100, was discharged, the witnesses refusing to appear and being out of the Commonwealth. Patrick Conley, charged with assaulting officer Caleb Crone, in the watch house, while in the performance of his duty, was required to give $300 surety to keep the peace. James G. Davis, charged with assaulting