al trial before the same tribunal.--Ann Kearns, a colored damsel, of sessing extorter, was brought up for an evil spirit to overcome her good nature and induce her to trespass on C. C. Timsley.
She was sent to jail for want of a register.--Richard Kelley was arraigned for allowing himself to get in a passion, in the house of Cornelius Lannigan, and attack the proprietor.
The latter accompanied him because he had seen fit to use an axe on Kelley, in the way of adjustment, to convince him of tKelley, in the way of adjustment, to convince him of the impropriety of his conduct.
Both parties were required to give $150 security for their good behavior.--A muss having occurred in the stable of Mr. Thomas Duke, on 17th street, between Curtis, one of Mr. D.'s hands, and a stray darkey, named Dabney, both were caged for breaking the peace.
It appeared that Curtis had been too much for Dabney, the latter receiving considerable punishment, owing to the superior science of his antagonist.
The Head of Police, deeming that superior intelligence s