Nor A TllAiiKPY. Yesterday niorn-in;; niorn-in;; M:yor tleoi.no Graham vu.s again j brought before (ho AUerinan'H Court, j as a oonseifluonoo of the decision on the lato A iA. mi coriu in his behalf, and tlui eouiiniinient being amended ho was retaken in charge by deputy martial mar-tial I'inuan. When outido the City Hall, an old gentleman named Kisley, stop-father to tho girl, wo beliovo, concerning con-cerning whom Graham is implicated, pulled a pistol out and fired at Graham, Gra-ham, but missed him, Tho "Major" is endowed with a healthy pair of logs, and used them, wo were informed, getting get-ting to tho middle of tho street in doublo ipiick tiuio. Tho old man fired a second shot, quickly after tho first, again without hitting him, and was immediately taken into custoday, tho police having como out of tho Hall with tho sound of the firing. Our reporter reached the ground in a couple of minutes after, and saw tvo whito faces, worn by lusley and Graham, the difficulty be ing to toll which was the shooter and which was tho shootee. Graham was driven off by the deputy marshal and tho old man kept in custody, but before be-fore being driven oft" tho former indulged in-dulged in some threatening language which was not excusable even under tho circumstances. Tho old man was brought up for examination at 4 p.m. yesterday, and again at 6 p.m., but was each timo remanded, tho deputy marshal, who saw the firing, not being present to testify. The case comes up at 10 o'clock this morning. We have some very decided and well-defined views about tho entire transaction, but again withhold them for the present, having no desire to prejudice the case on either side.