was called, and continued until Thursday next, on account of the absence of important witnesses.--Prisoner was admitted to ball in the sum of $2,000 for his appearance, J. M. Taliaferro and G. J. Seammell becoming bound as his sureties.
Alexander Askew, hailing from Hanover, was arraigned for lying on the sidewalk of Main street Thursday night, and encumbering the thoroughfare.
The Mayor said he must pay a fine of $1--Askew, confessing his utter impecuniosity on the occasion, was relievedAskew, confessing his utter impecuniosity on the occasion, was relieved from his embarrassment by several charitable persons present, who subscribed the necessary amount, and let him go on his way rejoicing.
John Lowell, a mulatto, was arraigned for impudence to Thomas Feltner, baker, and Thomas Addison, watchman.
of the Spotswood House.--Lowell represented himself as servant to Colonel Casey, of Kentucky.
Feltner proved that Lowell tried to occupy his bed Thursday night, and when the watchman was called he turned off the gas, ran in a room, barred the door