The IIobinhon Case. The court was occupied during yesterday with arguments pro and con, in the trial. One of the defendants, Bart, was discharged, dis-charged, tli? others are held to await cn investigation before tho grand jury, which will meet on the 9i.li of January ncit. "Wo shall not comment on these eases at the present time; but may allude al-lude to the admission of the district attorney in his argument, that sufficient suffi-cient cyidence has not thus far been presented to warrant an arraignment for trial of tho defendants for murder, although ho held that a probable case for commitment had been made out.