The women were also required to find a voucher for their good conduct in future.
Maggie Hambleton, having been released from jail on Saturday, on furnishing such security was let off; but Jenny Lind, who could not give the bail, went to prison.
Wm. H. Travis, proprietor of the Alhambra, on 14th street, was arraigned for keeping a disorderly and ill governed house.
Alphens Travis, Francis Boggs, and Andrew Disney, arrested in the same house, were discharged.
The case against Wm. H. Travis was continued until Friday next.
Jas. S Taylor was examined for stealing a mare, worth $200, from Elizabeth Haupt, and sent on before the Hustings Court.
Wm. A. Read, the young fellow implicated in the abduction (with John T. Smith) of a coat belonging to Geo. R. Howard, was brought into Court, and being confronted with the witness was identified as the same party with Smith on the occasion of the robbery.
He was sent on for further examination before the Hustings Court.