of the Commonwealth.
Patrick Conley, charged with assaulting officer Caleb Crone, in the watch house, while in the performance of his duty, was required to give $300 surety to keep the peace.
James G. Davis, charged with assaulting Julius G. Lewis, in a lager-beer saloon, corner of 9th and Main sts., on Wednesday night, was required to give $300 peace surety, and the same amount to appear before the grand jury to answer.
Jacob Sauldeck charged with fighting and drawing a pistol on N. B. New, of the Provost Guard, was required to give $300 surety to the peace.
Peter Kennedy and Charles E. Moore, charged with being drunk and disorderly, were required to find surety in $200 each.
Charles, a slave, charged with stealing ten loaves of bread from the Worlds Hospital, at which he is employed, was ordered 25 lashes.
Peter, slave of Nat King, charged with stealing $48.50 from John Stewart, in the 2d market, yesterday morning, was sent on for further examination.