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Forgeries. --Yesterday Charles Smith, a young white man, was examined by the Hustings Court in four cases of forgery pending against him, and sent on to be tried finally before Judge Lyons. Jas. Edward Carter was examined and sent on to be tried before the same Judge for forging a check purporting to be signed by A. W. Thomas. Other cases are pending against both parties.
Judge Lyons' Court. --The Court presided over by this gentleman will commence its session next Monday. A considerable amount of business is before the Court, and may be transacted if our male citizens exhibit that promptitude in responding to their names as jurymen that they should do in the present state of affairs. There are, we learn, more than 2,000 volunteers already mustered into service from this city now, while an equal number are preparing, or are quite ready, to take the field. This is necessarily quite a draft on the City Sergeant's usual jury force, and may put that gentleman to some trouble in getting the four hundred men he has been commanded to have at the City Hall next Monday. It is to be hoped that nobody will refuse Sergeant Dudley's polite invitation to walk up and try conclusions on the issue joined between the Commonwealth and its delinquent subjects, unless he is prepared with a very good excuse.
siana. Gen. Frost had the command. The Federal troops consisted of citizens who had volunteered their services to the Government, and were under the command of Capt. Lyons. For several days past there have been symptoms of trouble between the two opposing forces, and the collision was not unexpected. The St. Louis Democrat (Repu marched yesterday morning into the arsenal, to be received into the United States service. The muster roll of each company was critically inspected by Commandant Lyons, who then administered the prescribed oath — the men removing their hats and raising their right hand. The company thus sworn was then marched to the musket depothots were returned by parties in the crowd, and several soldiers were wounded. It is understood that a thorough investigation of the matter has been ordered by Capt. Lyons, when, it is hoped, the truth will be known. Several of the troops are already under arrest. The United States troops are now in possession of Camp Jackso