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Court of Conciliation. --The following cases occupied the attention of this Court yesterday: The cases of J. R. Smith vs. Proskaur. Christian & Lea vs. Proskaur; Chiles & Chenery vs. C. De Bar, C. Crystal (actresses) and W. A. Mountcastle; Claggett vs. Blum, Dutrow & Powell vs. Myers, and Hunter vs. Baker, were dismissed. In the cases of Hess, Blum & Company vs. Joseph Myers, Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy, and F. Cullman and wife vs. J. Scrotte, the evidence was heard and decisions were reserved. Judgment for thirty dollars was rendered for plaintiff in the case of Brauer vs. Grubbs, and defendant ordered to deliver up the premises now occupied by him by the 1st of January.
h having been concluded, Mr. Crane, for the defence, said that he did not propose to deny that the money offered for sale by Knuckles at the banking-house of Isaacs & Co. was the property of Mr. Weith; but he had testimony to offer in regard to the manner in which it came into his possession, and also as to his whereabouts on the night of the robbery. The following testimony was then given for the defence: Mrs. Goodwin, a female of large proportions, stated that she kept a bar-room in Baker's alley, and that Knuckles boarded with her. On the night when the robbery was committed she could swear that he was in the house all night; that he went to bed about half-past 8 o'clock, and did not get up until after 9 o'clock the next morning. He could not have passed out of the house without waking her up, nor could he have gone out the rear way, on account of a terrible dog, which it would have been dangerous to encounter. James Smith, a youth, testified that, on Monday morning,
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