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Arrests. --Charles P. Bachler and Ella Johnson were arrested on Saturday night for improper conduct in the streets, and unlawfully taking possession of a hack belonging to Wm. Sutherland. John Griffiths and Wm. Gentry were taken into custody for breaking a window while under the influence of liquor; and Wm. Jones D. M. Allen for making a disturbance in Metropolitan Hall. A few street loggers were aroused and locked up, and the several cases will be disposed of by the Mayor this morning.
We had an alarm last night — pickets tired on the enemy; killed one, wounded two, and captured three. The enemy retired. No men were ever more desirous of a visit from friends than our gallonage fellows seemed to be this morning of a hostile attack from their Yankee neighbors on Cheat Mountain; but no attack will be made. Their reception on the 3d was not such as to encourage a renewal. We see accounts of numerous promotions in the army around about Manassas; why should not Colonels Johnson and Taliaferro be made brigadiers, and Lt. Cols. Jackson and Hansborough, (who have all the campaign commanded efficiently brave though small bands of starwar textiles from the Northwest,) be promoted to full Colonelcy? By the way, the superseding of Col. Jackson in the command of the 31st Regiment, is deemed a strange proceeding by his friends and the army generally, and we understand he has resigned. Col. J.'s popularity in his own section is a source of strength to our cause in tha
$10 reward. --Ten dollars reward will be said by me for the delivery of a mulatto girl, named Jane or Jennies, aged fifteen years, belonging to Mr. Brown, of Lunenburg, and hired to me by Mr. H. A. J. Clopton. She left my house a week ago yesterday, and has since been on Church Bill.--She has a very full bead of hair and a scar on one cheek. Ella Johnson, In rear of Exchange Hotel. mh 3t--5t*
$10 reward --Ten dollars reward will be paid by me for the delivery of a tto girl, named Jane or Jennie. aged fifteen years, belonging to Mr. Brown, of Lunenburg, and hired to me by Mr. E. A. J. Clonton. She left my house a week ago yesterday, and has since been on Church Hill — She has a very full head of hair and a scar on one cheek. Ella Johnson, In rear of Exchange Hotel. mh 31--6t*
$10 reward --Ten dollars reward will be paid by me for the delivery of a mulatto girl, named Jane or Jennie, aged fifteen years, belonging to Mr. Brown, of Lunen burg, and hired to me by Mr. E. A. J. Clopton. She left my house a week ago yesterday, and has since been on Church Hill. --She has a very full head of hair and a scar on one cheek. Ella Johnson, In rear of Exchange Hotel. mh 31--6t*
$10 reward. --Ten dollars reward will be paid by me for the delivery of a mulatto girl, named Jane or Jennie, aged fifteen years belonging to Mr. Brown, of Lunenburg, and hired to me by Mr. E. A. J. Clopton. She left my house a week ago yesterday, and has since been on Church Hill. --She has a very full bead of hair and a scar on one cheek. Ella Johnson, mh 31--6t* In rear of Exchange Hotel.
Police Court. --Yesterday, August Fish, a soldier, charged with stealing $500 from the stocking of Zelta Glenman, a nymph, residing at the sinful abode of Ella Johnson, in the rear of the Exchange, was arraigned, the money reproduced, the matter confessed, but not as an intentional theft, and the prisoner sent on for trial. The young man's apology was, that he wanted the stocking for the fun of the thing, and accidentally finding the money in it, took it to camp, where it was found in his tent.--Pat Crawley, charged with brandishing a knife in the streets, was sent to the Provost Marshal.--Geo. Foy was required to give $150 security to keep his wife out of a muse with Mrs. Mary F. Brady, and the latter was directed to appear this morning, to answer a complaint from Mrs. Foy.--Several nuisance cases were appropriately disposed of by the parties being fined.
Called Court. --A called Court will be held at the City Hall on Thursday for the examination of August Fisck, a Georgia soldier, on the charge of stealing $500 in C. S. Treasury notes from Zella Gleumore, a resident of Ella Johnson's boarding house, in Exchange alley.
terday to answer the charge of feloniously shooting and wounding Ella Johnson, a woman of lewd character, who resides at the corner of New street and Exchange Alley. When the case was called three of Miss Johnson's boarders — Josephine Hesler, Eliza Morris, and Josephine Morris : Between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock last Monday night, Miss Johnson being absent at the moment, the prisoner knocked at the door of osephine Morris. He had been in the prior but a short time when Miss Johnson returned home. As soon as the prisoner saw her he said "let me out of this place," and started for the hall, where he stopped. Miss Johnson told him to leave at once — that she wanted no such rowdies thers. Almost immediately the prisoner drew his pistol and fired at Miss Johnson, the ball striking her on the left leg between the kneel and hipthe Confederate House, where they arrested him, took him back to Miss Johnson's, had him identified, and then locked him up. The Mayor, a
er term yesterday in the City Hall Present: Recorder James K. Caskie, and Aldermen Sanway, Bray, Jones, and Gary. Mrs. Ann Wright was fined ten dollars and costs of prosecution for permitting her slave to go at large and hire herself out, contrary to law. The Court, acting under authority of an act passed by the General Assembly on the 2d inst., increased the jailor's fees of this city to two dollars and fifty cents per diem. Augustus Simone, arraigned for shooting, a few nights since, Ella Johnson, was examined and sent on to Judge Lyon's Court.--The accused was then remanded to jail. Two negroes, named John and Lemnel, slaves of Samuel Ayres and Watkins Warren, charged with stealing a quantity of ardent spirits, silver ware, window curtains, soap, and candles, from the dwelling house of Seth B. French, were arraigned, found not guilty, and discharged. Robert Page, a free negro, charged with stabbing Sylvester Overton, was examined and ordered twenty lashes.
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