wing cases were disposed of yesterday: John Latigan, the individual who created so much excitement in the streets on Thursday evening, by his propensity to give the officers leg bail, was committed for further examination, on the charge of stealing garments from W. H. Benson.
John H. Welsh, arrested by officer Pleasants for making use of the sidewalk as a bed while drunk, proving to be a soldier, was committed to the tender mercies of General Winder for a term in the guard-house.
Jane Jones, is a white person, and proprietor of an ill-governed and disorderly house.
Jane lives on Second street, between Duval and Jackson streets, in the big yellow house called "Noah's Ark." The Commonwealth succeeded in establishing the fact that Jane was given to drunkenness, the use of vulgar language in the street "in a loud voice, " and that her tenement was used as a place of resort by lewd characters.
Security in $150 for her good behavior was required of her.
Louis Kupers, brough