ten gallons of whiskey and a lot of gambling tools; also, Robert Carter, slave of Wm. B. Pleasants, for being in No.90 without a pass; Washington, slave of Thos. Jordan's estate, another occupant, for going at large, and Dick Carey, a free negro, also present without a certificate of his freedom.
Dan Gorman was caged for being drunk and stealing $74 in C. S. notes from Wm. McFieldly.--In a house in Adams's Valley, near the old ink factory, were arrested Willamina Tyree, Lucy Boasman, and Mudgy Manson, mulatto women, for keeping a disorderly house of ill-fame.
Richard Nants, Wm. Hardiey, and James B. Shook, white men, found in Tyree's house, were caged for associating with negroes.
Two of the men were ascertained to be deserters, for whom rewards had been offered. --At 11 o'clock Saturday night notice was given to the police that a man had been shot in the alley leading to a house of ill-fame kept by Ann E. Thomas, on Cary street. Proceeding thither, they obtained entrance with some