rown missed his ring, which he had removed from his finger previous to performing his ablutions, and as the accused and a man, whose name he had learnt was John R Wormley, were the only persons who came in the barber shop while he was there, his suspicions were excited toward them.
Wormley has also been arrested, but was discharged before the matter was brought before the Mayor.
Deeming the evidence insufficient to convict Tate of the robbery, His Honor discharged him.
Jim, slave of John Barr, was charged with stealing one looking glass, one bed comfort, four cups and saucers, and one blanket, valued at $15, the property of Mary, slave of Mrs F McCarthy.
It was proven in evidence that these parties had been living together for sometime back as man and wife, but that recently an irreconcilable difficulty had arisen between them, whereupon a separation ensued, and Jim, considering himself entitled to some of the property carried off the articles in question.
A witness was intro