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arch warrant was procured and placed in officer Quarles's bands, but on his repairing to Schriver's domicil and announcing his business, the latter densed all knowledge of the negro of shooting iron. The prisoner's wife, however, saved the officer the trouble of executing the war rant by producing the pistol. Schriver was sent before the Hustings Court for examination on the charge of receiving stolen property, the colored brother was committed for final trial before the same tribunal.--Ann Kearns, a colored damsel, of sessing extorter, was brought up for an evil spirit to overcome her good nature and induce her to trespass on C. C. Timsley. She was sent to jail for want of a register.--Richard Kelley was arraigned for allowing himself to get in a passion, in the house of Cornelius Lannigan, and attack the proprietor. The latter accompanied him because he had seen fit to use an axe on Kelley, in the way of adjustment, to convince him of the impropriety of his conduct. Both part