accordance with the above finding.
J. B Ferguson was then arraigned for the murder, seven months since, of John Jewett, engineer of the Coalfield Railroad, by shooting him to death with a shot-gun while standing on his engine.
Recorder's Court.--Simon, slave of Mrs Matilda F. Denny, was brought before Recorder James K. Caskie, yesterday, at the City Hall, to undergo examination on the charge of having, on the 1st of November, on Byrd street, dangerously wounded Mary Haley and Margaret Keneday, two children, aged respectively nine years, by discharging at them the contents of a loaded gun. The examination was heard before the Recorder because first brought before him in the absence of the Mayor.--The two girls were not present, the wounds received by them precluding any such idea, both being badly injured.
The case was continued until Monday.
Simon did not look like a vicious d key, and it is said that the evidence will establish the fact that he was only "fooling," and had