Johnson, who was coming from her house.
He stopped and shook hands with her, and in answer to an inquiry from her as to where he was going, his reply was that he was "off on a tramp." She then kept on home, and learnt for the first time of the shooting which had taken place.--This testimony throwing some doubt upon the motives which prompted the deed, the Mayor concluded to send Johnson on for examination before the Hustings Court.
The female witnesses — Mary Vanderlip, Eliza Laggan and Jennie Jones — being persons of evil characters, were committed to jail in default of security to appear before the court, and also to be of better behavior for the future.
William Worth was charged with stealing a horse valued at $1,500, belonging to Vincent Camalier.
Mr. Camalier testified that about three weeks since he left his horse in a stable at Hanover Junction, and when he went for it, some days after, it was gone.
About ten days ago he came to this city to advertise that his horse had