d the offender, and by a well-directed blow from a small stone succeeded in "bringing him to time," with which he inflicted a very severe wound upon the negro's head.
In consideration of the fact that the wounded Doctor was not present, and the comrades of the witness were also absent, the Mayor continued the case till Saturday next.
Mrs. Mary White, a very respectable proprietress of a millinery establishment on Main street, was arraigned before the Mayor an the charge of receiving several articles of value which had been stolen from the Monumental Church some months since; but owing to the absence of important testimony, the case was continued till Saturday next.
A. W. Hines, and Moses Freisland, charged with "inciting insurrection and rebellion, were held to security to answer said complaint on Saturday morning next.
Charles William Miller, a soldier, was remanded to the Hustings Court to answer the charge of stealing several coats of value from Jonathan Jonesburg.