on the charge of stealing a trunk and numerous articles of clothing, the good and chattels of Albert C. Pulliam.
The Court, after heating the testimony, were not unanimous in their opinion as to the guilt of the accused, and it was ordered that he be discharged.
Mayor's Court.--There was but one case of any importance before this Court.
This was the case of J. J. Crawford, charged with feloniously shooting John M. Michie, at the clothing store of E. B. Spence, corner of Main and 13th streets, on Monday evening. A number of witnesses were examined in the case, all of whom testified that the assault was made by Michie upon Crawford, who was standing in conversation with some gentlemen at the time.
After hearing the evidence the Mayor admitted the accused to bail in the sum of one thousand dollars--James Moncure entering as surety — to appear before him at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning next.
Michie, who was wounded in the affair, was unable to attend the Court this morning.