sed Wright's wife because the latter objected to a negro girl pitching wood on her head out of the third story window of the tenement jointly occupied by both.
Wright deemed it proper to redress his wife's wrongs, and so proceeded to Meyer's room, and the subsequent proceedings took place.
Wright was required to give $250 security for his good behavior, and did so. Bernard Meyer was also required to give security to restrain his impetuosity, as was Philip Meisel, who somehow became mixed up in the affair.
Policeman Griffin entered a complaint against Wm. McDowell, for being proprietor of a one-horse wagon; which it was claimed he propelled about for hire without providing himself with a license.
He was fined.
August Green, charged with trespassing on Henry Hardesty, on the Basin, Sunday, while drunk, was delivered to his captain, Cropper.
Geo. Rigley, an escaped prisoner from the Lynchburg jail, where he is charged with horse stealing, was committed to be sent back.