Leonard Hartman

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Leonard Hartman - I of) 'i.rx.' .lore liaigos Against tlie Fein...
I of) 'i.rx.' .lore liaigos Against tlie Fein Additional ( oiiiuiaiiir-uU I.tHlgoU-l hell' I rial tti Take I'lacc To-morrow. Additional charges have been preferred against that brace of rascals, "Snibbs" Arnold and "Len" Hartman, and it is probabic theyjwill both shortly retire from active life, and that they will not again aiiiict our people with their presence for many, many years. OfiieerJohn Moore made information, charging Leonard Hartman with felonious assault in drawing the carving knife on nun and endeavoring to cut him, in Jennv Leib' s nou.se, on Tuesday. Hartman d a hearing, and in default of $3,0(10 in additional commitment was I.,,ll waiv bail. against him. oiiber Samuel Anderson made information charging W'illiam ans "Snibbs" Arnold, wilh felonious assault. He alleges that just before the capture on the v.hart Tuesday, he (Anderson,) had seiz.-d Hartman, when Arnold came at bun witii the knife uplifted and ordered him to let Hartman go. At the saui" instant the brick struck the otli.-er and knocked him down, and another knocked Arnold down. He believes Arnold would have stabbed him if it had not been for the brick Jenny Lieb, keeper of the house. visited Tuesday morning iy Arnold and Hart-mm, made information, charging both with felonious assault. She alleges that when she returned home and found them in her house, they both .started for her, saying ".she was the one they wanted; they wanted t cut her heart out." Hartman came towards her, brandishing t he knife, and Arnold, she alleges, told him to "cut her heart out." In this case Hartman waived a hearing, ami iu default of bail was committed. The pi isom rs were brought down from jail yesterday lor a hearing lrt-f..re the Mayor, Arnold being strongly haiid-ciitfed witji ids bands 1-bind him. John Coyle, Ksi., acted as his counsel. On the separate charge pre-terr.-d against him by ollieer Anderson, bail in the sum of S,'),000 was demanded, and in default, an additional commitment was i a'g -.i against him. In regantfo the ol hi ;r charge, preferred by Jenny Leili.the counsel ursred that no assault had been b und on the part of Arnold, is be had no weapons in his hands; but the Mayor he'd that the two men were there together, for purposes of iolence, and were aiding ami sU-tting each other. Therefore, lxth i-hniild be regarded as principals. lie thcre-inrc lodged another commitment .tL'aiiist Arnold in dt fault of one thousand dollars bail. It is said that other informations yet be made against the prisoners. will SMill'S" A.M

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  1. Pittsburgh Daily Post,
  2. 16 Dec 1869, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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  • Leonard Hartman

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